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If I use a dual motor-driver, is it possible to wire the left wheels to one driver, the right wheels to the other driver, since the wheels on each side will always be working together?
No load current 0.9A, Max eff current, 5.5A..
If I need one per motor on a 4wd system then thats £200.. would it be possible to pair sides as mentioned above?!
Thanks for all the responses guys. Does the H bridge allow for regenerative power capture? I was under the impression it did not, unless this power can be diverted away from the bridge?
An interesting angle. I guess for me the idea was that under no applied current to the motors (ie slowing down under force loss) - with the hbridge correctly opened, whatever speed I was slowing down (faster obviously under RB) would only go to top up battery voltage. Perhaps its ignorant of me to assume the Hbridge can be induced to allow current both ways (since it takes very little voltage to switch the mosfets - losses would be at the charge side of around 0.65 as you say).
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