Hi, I'm Graham in Vancouver. I have been trying to connect a Dagu 4 motor H bridge controller. I'm begining to think I made the wrong choice in buying it. I can't find any information or diagrams to assist me. I am new to EZ B although I have lots of knowledge of radio control. I have a radio control board I can use on my Dagu Rover 5 4WD Tracked Chassis. I have mounted wheels instead of tracks and it performs really well on all terrain except carpet. I am ready to give up on trying to connect to the EZ B as I have tried all methods of control and connections and can't get it right. Should I forget 4 wheel drive and use of this motor control board. If so what motor control board should I buy? *confused* *stress* Can anyone help or direct me to an existing post on this.
Here is a pic of Physhy in EZ B configuration.....
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This topic covers the long discussion about it and how to wire it up.
This file should work to test it out and see if it's working after connecting it up.
Hope that helps but if not please say so and I'll try and explain it all again
You can adjust the code in the IF statements to run another code, turn off the motor that has high current, output to LCD, whatever you want to do really. You could also replace with one IF which monitors all 4 at once and just gives a general error if any one of the four are high.
No picture! It got lost in the smoke I guess!