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DC motor speed and direction control using arduino
posted January 12 2015 19:11.03 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is a very good example on how to control a small DC motor with an H bridge and an Arduino board.





The speed of the motor is controlled by the Analog output of the Arduino. A switch controls the direction of rotation. Here is the demo video



You can find the code in this link

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