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Basic Bipolar DC Motor Driver with OP-Amp input
posted December 1 2014 20:20.46 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is a very basic Push-Pull DC Motor Driver with OP-Amp input. It is very simple hence it is perfect if you want to experiment with push-pull motor drivers. There is a very good documentation on this circuit (link here) to read.



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