I really appreciate all your help!After I saw your suggestions, I started to google the components and while I was searching, I found a driver for Arduino.By writing this, I don't want you to think I'm against the suggestions you gave me. However, I'm not an expert in electronics.Don't you think I will have more chances of succeeding if I use this driver that is already assembled?Specifications:-Operating voltage: 15 ~ 24V-Rated / Peak Current: 40A/80A-Hardware architecture: high-power N-channel MOS transistor, a single full-bridge-Input PWM signal: Duty Cycle 0 ~ 98% (not more than 98%), the standard 16KHz highest 100KHz.-Supply voltage signal output: 0 ~ 5V corresponding to 0 ~ 26V-Supply current signal output: 0 ~ 5V corresponding to 0 ~ 91A
Thanks for the tip dc42. Can you explain why I would have to disconnect the motor driver every time I want to charge the battery? Or tell me where/what I have to search to find the explanation for that?