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How to interface a DC motor with PICMicro
posted January 11 2011 19:51.39 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Rajendra Bhatt from embedded-lab sent us his latest interesting tutorial. In this page, he explains how can someone interface a DC brushed motor to a PIC microcontroller. You will also find a quick DC motor theory. Two circuits are explained, a simple single-transistor motor driver, and a H-bridge driver with 4 transistors. The H-bridge is controlled with a PIC16F688. Most recommended for beginners. Follow this link.

[Link: embedded-lab]
Tags: electronic project   microcontroller   pic   theory/tutorial   

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