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Great! Easy Pretty but have a little prob It is a very cheap product
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  • posted by126648 on 04/18/2016

    Used for Lego Motor control from Arduino - works perfect, no problems observed! I did not know it can revert polarity - so this was a good surprise!


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  • posted bylevitrevisan on 12/02/2015

    pros: works great, very flexible and usefull for a lot of applications. the instructions for use can be found here http://www.robotic-studio.net/2015/08/tutorial-learn-to-use-dc-motor-driver.html#.Vdy7o_RvGUk cons: none


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  • posted byudelune on 08/25/2015

    If you want learn to use this driver: (ENGLISH) http://www.robotic-studio.net/2015/08/tutorial-learn-to-use-dc-motor-driver.html#.Vdy7o_RvGUk Si quieres aprender a usar este driver, aqui tienes el tutorial: (ESPAÑOL)... Read more

    Tutorial: learn to use L9110 with Arduino

    Impression:It is a very cheap product, but have a little prob;

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  • posted bycondorxan on 07/09/2014

    This H-bridge Motor driver works as it should. Despite some drawbacks, it does what it has to do. I used it for my differential Drive RC robot. Voltage range is quite versatile. The only problem I found is the heat dissipation problem due to the package form factor. PCB design can be improved can... Read more

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  • posted bylinusSWE on 12/17/2013

    Very good motor controller. Works without any problems with Raspberry Pi Handles a good amount of amps to drive large motors. It would be better if the centre holder hole would be more. It can feel a bit unstable this way. It would be better placed if it would be mounted with 2 or more screws. I... Read more

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  • posted byDaSpider on 08/19/2013

    Motor driver on the cheap, really small board, perfect for small robots. Easy to connect with Arduino and protoboard-friendly. Limited to 800mA, meaning each motor must max under 400mA (or one stepper at 800mA)or you can burn your board. I needed to drive two motors for a robotic prototype, used... Read more

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  • posted byppsieradzki on 11/11/2012

    Does its job. This module is most useful because you can drive two DC motors or one stepper motor. I chose to just drive one DC motor, and it worked great. Look up the wiring in the forum. Can't power higher-current motors. Make sure to check if this thing can put out the amps that your motor to... Read more

    1 DC motor connected

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