H Bridge Driver for Brushed DC Motors - Basic Explanations and Construction Part 4

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Uploaded on May 24, 2012 by GeoffreyThorpe123 Powered by YouTube

This video series goes through the basic concepts behind H bridge drivers and shows how to construct a driver circuit for a brushed DC motor. And, shows the circuit in use to drive a small robotic arm via Labview. Topics: Brushed DC motors - Part 1 H Bridge circuit fundamentals, Back EMF, inductive voltage spikes - Part 2 H Bridge with discrete transistors - Part 3 Practical considerations - pull-up / pull-down - Part 3 Circuit layout for H Bridge integrated circuit (TI SN754410) - Part 4 Perforated board layout / soldering. - Part 5 Finish soldering - Part 6 Board testing and demonstration of the board in use. - Part 7 Work was done in the robotics lab at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield Michigan (www.ltu.edu). Lawrence Tech. offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Robotics Engineering. http://www.ltu.edu/engineering/innovationmagroboticsengineering.asp The robot arm is an Armatrol Robot Mark II, Model ESA 1010 made by Feedback Inc. These do not appear to be available any more and I believe that the original company may no longer exist.
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