I'm looking to power a rotary solenoid and I'm learning very quickly that it works very differently then a regular solenoid does in that it actuates by flipping polarity vs sending power on/off like an ordinary solenoid does.
Does anyone have an idea how I can code something with Arduino to make it work properly and what (if any) additional circuit I would need to create? (I think I just need to be able to run continuous power and flip polarity in the sub-seconds to get it to actuate at the speed I need) I've been reading a bit on op amp oscillator and it sounds like that could do the trick although I was hoping that I could just use the arduino. Please let me know if anyone has suggestions! Thank you!