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Which H-bridge IC can control two 12V DC motors from the o/p pins on a micro ?

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crocklip

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Hey,

I need to find an appropriate H-bridge IC to control two 12V DC motors from the o/p pins on a microcontroller. I have not dealt with h-bridges before so I am not sure which device I should choose. preferably a dual device.
Any help would be great!
 

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Re: what H-Bridge

what current? One solution is L298 .
 

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Re: what H-Bridge

Have a look at the circuit below ..
It is an example of a simple, low current H-bridge, which can be controlled directly by a mocrocontroller: speed (PWM) and direction) ..
More info:
http://www.robotroom.com/HBridge.html

Regards,
IanP
 

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