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I think it's 30V max. I don't remember what I ran it at.
It's been a while since I've built this and I don't remember how well it worked. It looks like It needs two signal pins. One is the throttle. You could send a PWM signal to that one to vary the speed of the motor. The second pin is direction. This requires a simple digital signal, LOW for one direction, HIGH for the opposite, forward and reverse. I would probably recommend a full h-bridge is you have the parts. I'm pretty sure there are pre-built Arduino libraries for these. Good Luck with your project!
Mini Weather Display! I didn't have any NeoPixels at the moment so I used some small LEDs instead. I really enjoyed this lesson.
Combining Inputs and Outputs
Here is the Adafruit HUZZAH Breakout displaying the current weather conditions. I didn't have any NeoPixels at the moment so I modified the code for three LEDs.
This instructables class is great fun. I can't wait to use the things I learned for a new home project. My PIR sensor only ran at 5 volts so I used the voltage divider you recommended in this lesson. It worked like a charm.
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