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Those H-bridges are very useful and smart, but if you just want to control the direction of the motor with a switch (manually), there is a much simple...
The parts, you need to make this can be found in any electronic store, or even lying around in your workshop (if you have any).You'll need:A DC motor....
I don't think, this could be easier. Just follow my pictures.
When I learned to make this circuit (I think I was 9 years old) I made a simple, little car that could drive forwards and backwards.Now all you newbie...
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