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Driving a DC motor using software PWM with AVR ATmega [Project]
posted November 30 2013 8:39.20 by spic0m




This library is an update of the software PWM driver you can find here

So, with this one, you can drive up to 4 DC motor with AVR ATmega controlling, progressive start / stop, speed & direction.



[Link: Davide Gironi]
 
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