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Hello,
I have an Arduino Romeo to control a motor.
A battery that powers the arduino and the motor, but the motor receives almost no energy.

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Interesting.  Are you going to let us have any of the information that could be useful for diagnosis?

Which motor?  Datasheet, or at least current requirements.
Which battery - sounds like LiPo - is that the case?  Why do you call it 2A?  Surely 2Ah ?
The code you are using?
The connections / circuit between Arduino and the Romeo board?
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Motor : Mabuchi 380 (9.6V)
Battery : here
Code : Sample code for PWM control

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The connections / circuit between Arduino and the Romeo board?

I'm not understand. The Romeo is the Arduino.
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Romeo is Arduino compatible, made by DFRobot.

Show the complete code YOU are using, not the link to the product page.

Do you have jumpers installed?


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Kari
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