I'm curious if anyone has used the Arduino IBT_2 Motor Controller with EZBv4
It looks like I share the ground, can power the motors with my 6 vdc SLA bat attached to Vcc, attach R_EN and L_EN to each other and to 5.5v, then use RPWM and LPWM on digital out ports to control Fwd/Rvs movement of the motors.
Any experiences with any of this?
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RPWM High and LPWM Low to move forward
RPWM Low and LPWM High to move in reverse
R_EN and L_EN connected together and tied to 5.5V (High) to enable this
R_IS and L_IS are optional current monitoring pins
VCC = 6 to 27 VDC
GND = shared ground
I may be wrong but I believe this H-Bridge will only operate one motor.
There's a bit more info on the controller here
Also, have a read of teh datasheet
@Mayaway I have used those H-bridges successfully with the inMoov's wheel chair base. @Rich is correct, one of these H-bridges will operate only one motor.
Enable lines can be 3.3V activated I believe (regular EZ-B digital I/O).
I would like to learn some coding and generally collaborate,
like a good choice for a stepper motor controller for the waist action,
I bookmarked it. Here is the thread.