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I am working on two robot projects that I will be integrating my EZ B 4/2 into. I have a question that I hope someone can answer or point me in the right direction. Please forgive me if this question is redundant. I am a noob.

I am looking at using one of the following to interface with my robot's drive motors with the EZ B. The first one is a smart brush motor driver that supports dual channels, 10A continuous current for each channel. The second is an H-Bridge with some added features.

- Cytron SmartDriveDuo Smart Dual Channel 10A Motor Driver
or
- 12V 24V 12A Dual Channel DC Motor Drive Module H Bridge PWM Input

My question is which of the two would be the most efficient and easiest to use / configure with the EZ-B? I own a couple of each. I have used the Cytron SmartDriveDuo in building RC robots but have not integrated one as of yet with an EZ-B. I have not used an H-Bridge before but had picked a couple up because they are so inexpensive.

Links to the specifications are below.

https://www.robotshop.com/en/cytron-smartdriveduo-smart-dual-channel-10a-motor-driver.html

https://www.ebay.com/itm/12V-24V-12A-Dual-Channel-DC-Motor-Drive-Module-H-Bridge-PWM-Input/263403530075?hash=item3d5412e75b:g:sUoAAOSwMQBaQKX1


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