It consists of:   * Out1, Out2 ==> Outputs for Motor A - * Out3, Out4 ==> Outputs for Motor B - * 12V, GND, 5V ==> 12V for Motors Supply, 5V for Arduino 5V pin - * GND refers to ground, and all grounds must be tied together (Arduino, Driver, any other GND) - * ENA, ENB ==> 2 Enable pins for both motors - * IN1, IN2, IN3, IN4 ==> 2 control pins for each motor -   It's prefered to tie all pins (ENA, ENB, IN1, IN2, IN3, IN4) to PWM pins to control the speed

Components REQD.:


1) Arduino UNO

2) L298N Driver

3) 2 DC Motors

4) Jumper Wires

5) 12V Supply

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aymansiam19 1 year, 11 months ago

Hi, if u have a battery that is 14.8 volt as supply what can you do to power 2 12volt air motors?