'll be active 24/24.
What I wanna do is to take the L298N and connect the brushless motor to be able to control themin 2 directions (H-Bridge) as normal DC motors.
Ow and almost forgot as I know the L298N is able to power with a external battery max 2A per motor if I'm not wrong, the actual ESC use about 10A~40A to power up the B.Motor how the heck I need to connect them all?
What you need is an ESC meant for an RC car. One that allows a reverse.http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__11742__HobbyKing_Brushless_Car_ESC_30A_w_Reverse.htmlNo L298N required.
FYI,That's 24/7 not 24/24.
How , may I ask did you ever come to associate these two types of circuits as being coexistent ? Perhaps it would help if you tell us what is your electronics experience ?
L298 and B rushless motors can not coexist which is different.L298 is a DC motor driver not Brushless motor driver.
and here is the questsion How I'm gonna do that? and Does the L298N able to control brushlessmotors?
Brushless motors run on AC 3 phase generated by an ESC at varying frequency. So no, you can't drive them with a L298N.
My electronics experience are not so big but i keep "evolving my experience" (and always thinking logical).
To control the ESC we need the wires that are for BEC there is 3x wires but we need only 2x yellow(Signal) and black(GND) to be connected to the arduino ORconnected to the output1 (1st ESC) of the L298N.
L298 is a DC motor driver not Brushless motor driver.
I don't ignore what you and other people on the forum tell me
when we try to tell you why it is not possible you proceed to argue with us
I understand that but there is a possible way to connect the L298N and Brushless Motor.
Nice, thx for info but I'd like to use a Brushless ESC.