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WARNING: This is not a safe way to control a motor. Each I/O pin can only handle 40 mA of current. I would recommend using a H-Bridge or ...
Parts:- Arduino- Small DC motor- Wire for motorTools:- Computer with Arduino IDE installed- A-B USB cord
Connect your DC motor to your arduino.- Connect one wire from the motor to pin 5 on you arduino- Connect the other wire from your motor to pin ...
Here's some basic steps to program your arduino.1) Download the source code from below 2) Open the file in the Arduino IDE 3) Press the "Upload to I/O ...
How This Works:When you make one pin HIGH & another LOW, the pin that is HIGH has a positive voltage & the pin that is LOW works like ...
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