So I've been looking at various NEMA-17 stepper motors, and I noticed that a most have an extremely low voltage. For example, on this page, there are NEMA-17 motors ranging from 2.8V to 5.4V, with currents from 1A to 1.7A. However, most drivers, (including this company's own page) can't drive that low. Their 'low-voltage' driver can't run motors with a low current. Ideally, I'd like to use one of the L298N drivers that I have lying around, but their minimum is 5V. Am I misreading something to do with the current and voltage of motors or drivers? Could I just use an L298N even though the minimum is 5V?
FYI I'm using an Arduino Mega. For the power supply, I've got a 12V power supply, 5V power supply, and various combinations of batteries.