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GOduino III – the breadboard-friendly Arduino-based robot controller

Posted on Friday, November 16th, 2012 in Arduino by DP

Techbitar wrote this Instructable detailing the build of his GOduino III – the breadboard-friendly Arduino-based robot controller. We previously covered the GOduino II.

The GOduino III is based on the ATmega328p microcontroller and the L293D dual h-bridge. It’s built with DIP ICs and through-hole components for ease of assembly and repair.  This robot controller can handle 2 small servos and 2 DC brushed motors (max 1.2A for each motor with 2 X L293D).

Via Instructables.

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