The module has a pair of terminals to connect to the Battery Input Module. These are in parallel and are identical. This will allow you to daisy chain Motor Power Modules if you wish.
Any number of Motor Power Modules can be connected to the Battery Input Module as long as the total amperage does not exceed 20A. The Motor Power Modules are filtered and will not let noise from the other systems back into the Battery Input Module.
Each Motor Power Module can supply a circuit with up to 10 amps. The voltage will be passed through from the Battery Input Module.
Remember that components connected together on a single Motor Power Module will not be protected from transients between each other. Use separate modules for filtering between components.
Each Motor Power Module will be fused for protection.
The Battery Input Module is part of the PowerBotix robotic power system. This board connects to two banks of batteries and supplies power to various electronics, motors, and other components in your robotic project.
The DSP Beacon can be used in both the Non-Inverse Architecture (NIA) and in the Inverse Archicture (IA).
SparkFun's minimal design approach to Arduino. This is a 5V Arduino running the 16MHz bootloader.