It should be able to handle that load although it’s pretty close to the limit, as the L298N is rated for 2A and up to 35V driving, with a max of 25W continuos (2 A * 12 V = 24 W). That’s a simple H-Bridge which essentially allows you to control two high current, high voltage (relatively) pairs of outputs in either direction from much lower-powered inputs. You can find the specifications and the part available from our website at the link below. Please note that this is not a stepper motor driver, and only essentially “upgrades” four GPIO of the Arduino (if you’re using a different controller with a higher voltage output be sure to include a resistor respectively) to control higher powered loads.
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