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Hi Guys,

I have a motor controller which controls a motor through a potentiometer  (resistive throttle). I want to remove the pot and use arduino's PWM to send the required signal to the motor controller.

The motor controller is as follows:
http://www.evdrives.com/images/Controllers/Navitas/TSX/TSX_Manual.pdf

Page 6 shows pins and page 8 shows the connections to the Pot.

Can anyone please guide me how to perform this?


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Thank you for your reply, KE7GKP.

Wouldn't something like what the following website says work:

http://www.robotroom.com/PWM5.html

Like feeding the PWM signal to the (R3 + NPN circuit) and connecting this circuit to PINS 15 & 16 of the motor controller?

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