L293D is for small motors or inverters.
If you want it to handle a 1.3 amp load you can use it as a transistor driver for higher loads.
However if you are going to do that you might as well build your own full bridge or half bridge circuits.
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can we use The IC L298n for this purpose ??
Yes L298 series IC should be able to to handle your load with ease.
Thanks a lot..
Will you tell me the connection of L298n IC with Arduino ??
For 1 motor
It is the same sketch as L293 in this Instructable.
You can get the datasheet for the IC here:
Current sensor pin 1 R 0.5 ohm
+ up to 50 volts motor supply pin 4
+ 5 volts logic pin 9
Ground pin 8
The motor to pin 2 and 3
Enable pin 6
Data inputs pin 5 and 7
The motor to pin 13 and 14
Enable pin 11
Data inputs pin 10 and 12
Current sensor pin 15 R 0.5 ohm
Standard 2 motor sketch for the L293
Thanks a lot sir..
L293D has an over current limit of 600 Ma per output channel. It will clamp down when tyhat limit is exceeded, a situation that often catches people out and they put too large a load on the H bridge and think it isn't working.