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From: Spehro Pefhany
Subject: Re: Wiring of Motor
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Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 18:55:34 GMT
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On 31 Dec 2002 07:15:58 -0800, the renowned email@example.com
>Ok this is probably pretty easy but I can't figure it out.
>I have a motor with two wires.
>I have a battery with two wires.
>I hook white to white and red to red and the motor goes one way.
>I hook white to red and red to white and the motor goes the opposite
>I have to push button switches.
>Is it possible to wire the two switches so that one will make the
>motor go forwards and the other will make it go backwards and if so
Yes, it's possible with two momentary switches if the battery voltage
is high enough- use a couple of power MOSFETs and slap a
bi-directional TVS across the motor. Three parts. Maybe add a polyfuse
for when both switches are pressed at once.
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