Do you need to control a small DC motor? Do you need to be able to control it with precision and speed?
Our H-Bridge 2 click comes to the rescue, or shall we say - bridges the gap.
Whether you are building a toy robot, or a real one, you need something to control its movements. H-Bridge 2 click will make sure that it's effortless.
H-Bridge 2 click
H-Bridge 2 click can be used to drive a motor by utilizing a specific configuration of the output stage MOSFETs, known as the H-bridge. This configuration enables H-Bridge 2 click to drive a motor with up to 1.2A and 15V, providing control of the speed and direction, as well as the dynamic (rheostatic) braking capability.
NXP's MCP17510, an H-Bridge DC motor driver, is the main component used on the Click board.
What is an H-Bridge?
An H-Bridge is a fairly simple circuit - consisting of four switch elements, with the load located in the center. So, you can get why it's called an H-Bridge since the circuit looks something like the letter H.
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