I have decided to use Arduino uno/mega for my project along with following motors and motor shield:
Motor shield deatils: (I have the following motor shield as it is compatible with arduino)
• Low-cost robust H-bridge ''shield'' for Arduino • Provides the ability to control up to 30A of current at up to 28V • Supply voltage: 5V to 28V (24V max battery rating) • Continuous output current: 13A
I would like to control speed and current of the motor.
Is it feasible. I don't want to fry any of the stuff.
I also wanted to ask about stacking of the motor shield. I mean when stacked they all will be using the same arduino pins? Will i be able to control them independently ?? Or do I need to make changes in the connections??