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A 10A DC motor controller on the cheap
posted May 24 2011 20:16.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Chris from pyroelectro informed me for his latest project, a powerful 10A DC motor controller. The design is a H bridge using the TIP14x series transistors. This design is capable to rotate clockwise and counter clockwise a DC motor. Using an external means of power reduction (like PWM), the circuit can also control the speed. The overall cost does not exceed 15$. Follow this link for more info.



[Link: pyroelectro]
Tags: electronic project   motor   diy   how it works   
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