6f22 is still useless at motor driving. These are designed for very low current demand, which a motor is not.
I also wanted to ask, what does the motor go faster? More volts or more amps?
Quote from: delodephius on Aug 31, 2013, 08:09 pmI also wanted to ask, what does the motor go faster? More volts or more amps? The no-load speed is roughly proportional to the voltage. The torque is proportional to the current.
Another silly question: if the motors spend 4.5V each, do I have to supply the circuit with 9V?
Also, now I have the 10xAA case for 1.5V batteries, but that would give 15V which I'm afraid is too much, even if the IC drops 3V from the motors, that'll be 12V. Is that too much then? Because when I supplied them with a 9V battery, so -3V means 6V, they worked fine.