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I use an Arduino UNO, and I want to build an RC car with four DC motors [Johnson-39180 3A4362] and control each one separetly...the voltage from the arduino is too low with four motors, even using mosfet transistors and diods. I tried to use an H bridge with the chip kit from arduino but i don't find the electronic configuration with four motors, only with two...
if someone is so gentle to answer with an image or an electronic plan, i'll wait.
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You need two dual-H-bridge drivers. However, I can't find those part numbers on the Johnson Motor site; and I can't advise on which H-bridge is suitable without knowing the motor specifications. Can you provide a link to the motor datasheet?
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