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GOduino II motor driver

Posted on Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 in Arduino, robotics by the machinegeek


Hazim Bitar writes in about the GOduino II motor driver project. In addition to the Atmega328p w/Opti bootloader, he uses a L293D h-bridge and various supporting caps and resistors giving the project a total estimated cost of about $20.

Visit the TechBitar blog for project build details, along with schematic and Arduino sketch.

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