EDIT: I found that a DPDT relay seems to be the best solutions for my project. They are rather simple to use and don't seem to have any major limitations on the load voltage.
Hi! I am working on a project in which I need to reverse the polarity of a DC motor using an electronic component.
From a previous post on this topic, I saw to two most common recommendations were to use an H-Bridge or a Solid State Relay. However, my project appears to be a bit unique in that my component needs to be able to handle a voltage between 3V and 24V, and up to .5 Amps.
Is there any advice for a way to approach this issue I am having? Is there, perhaps, a component which I overlooked?