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Basic Electronics » Switching between +5v and -5V

August 07, 2014
by jlaskowski
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Using the ATMega 328p MCU, I need to control a motor by applying +5v or -5V depending on which way I want to spin it. Which components can I buy that would allow me to switch between +5v and -5V?

August 07, 2014
by Rick_S
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Use an h bridge ic. Here is a site explaining how... WEB SITE

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