Have you ever come across your mind that you would like to develop a Dual Motor Driver with Arduino by using a SN7554410NE Quad Half H-Bridge?
Well, maybe some of you here didn’t get in touch with H-Bridge before. In this case, you must know that H-Bridge is an electronic circuit that enables a voltage to be applied across a load in either direction. Usually, H-bridge is often used robotics and other applications to allow DC motors to run forwards and backwards. In most of the time, H-bridges are available as integrated circuits.
For today’s project, you’re going to use a SN754410NE Quad Half H-Bridge to control two 12 volt DC motors. Those electronic components that you’re needed are:
SN754410 Quad Half H-Bridge
840 Tie Point Breadboard
Wire Jumper Kit
Two DC Motors
There is an important thing you should pay attention, when you’re dealing with the dual motor driver with Arduino. You have to ensure that the DC motors have two hook ups on them. If you hooked one up straight to the source power, you would have one lead going to positive, while another one lead going to GND.