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Hello, I hope I am posting this in the right spot! Just a quick question really about what’s considered a channel on a motor controller.

On the image above there are 4 slots for motors to be entered. M1 - M4. Are these what are considered channels? and if they are then if it says 0.6 amps per channel would this mean i could power 4 x 0.6 amp motors?
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Yes.  Each of those four is an H-bridge, capable of controlling direction and speed of a 0.6A DC motor.
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Brilliant! thankyou. (So hard to phrase a question like that in a search engine) thanks again.
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