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DIY Car: Build Guide using TB67H450FNG

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TB67H450FNG PWM Chopper Type DC Brushed Motor Driver
System power supply 5V Li-ion battery
Motor specifications General use brushed DC motor
MCD Board TB67H450FNG Evaluation Board (MIKROE-3982)
MCD control method PWM Control (Arduino Nano is used for controlling system and generating PWM signals.)

Features

  • Design Guide for DIY Car based on general motor driver IC TB67H450FNG.
  • By individually controlling the drive wheel motors (left and right), various patterns of operation are realized.
  • Arduino Nano is used as microcontroller board for controlling operation.
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Part Number Device Category Portion Usage Description
TB67H450FNG Brush Motor Driver IC 2 pcs TB67H450FNG is a PWM chopper type DC brushed motor driver IC.
Fabricated with the BiCD process, the TB67H450FNG is rated at 50V output voltage with maximum current of 3.5A.

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