The driver module uses the Chinese-made MX1508 chip.
It can be connected to an Arduino UNO R3 board, it can control two motors independently in both directions, in H-bridge configuration with a current of 800 mA, with a peak current of 2.5 A, it has an internal system of temperature control
For more information see https://www.adrirobot.it/modulo-motore-mx1508/
A simple H bridge motor driver circuit developed based off a design by @Amit_11710423. This circuti and PCB was desgned to Drivebrushed DC motors for use in LEGO contraptions but will drive any BDC motor less than 110W.
This H-Bridge based Motor controller is meant to controll ROV bilge-pump motors with special attention to low temerature operation and easy integration in other devices over serial communication.
## Heat Management
### Transistor heatsinking
All MOS-FET Transistors are directly soldered onto a heat transferring pad. This Pad conducts the heat to the top-side, where heatsinks can be mounted with...
The project describes a compact DIY dual H-bridge using pairs of P and N channel MOSFET's. The H-bridge is built for Arduino, but can be used for Raspberry Pi as well. H-Bridge supports PWM.
The PCD is made in a way to assemmble it using prototyping board, I recommend to use 1 layer board. LED's are to indicate wheh any of P-channel mosfets is active and visualase output's state.
Advantage of pro...