This TI SN754410 motor driver is a quadruple half-H driver that can be used for bidirectional control of two DC motors or to control a single stepper motor. It is the same motor driver used in our dual serial motor controller.
The Texas Instruments SN754410NE is a quadruple half-H driver that can be used for bidirectional control of two DC motors or to control a single bipolar stepper motor. This driver chip is the same device that we use in our dual serial motor controller. You can use this item as a replacement part, to stack on an existing motor controller, or to make your own motor or other high-current device controller.
This integrated motor driver has the same pinout as the L293 that is popular in robotics applications, and the SN754410NE has the additional benefits of built-in protection diodes across the power transistors and output current capability of 1 A per driver. For even higher current applications, it is possible to physically stack two devices on top of each other to get almost 2 A of drive current, or you can consider using the L298N dual full-bridge motor driver, which can deliver 2 A per channel and has the same interface as the SN754410NE.
- Motor driver:SN754410
- Motor channels:2
- Minimum operating voltage:4.5 V
- Maximum operating voltage:36 V
- Peak output current per channel:1 A
- Minimum logic voltage:4.5 V
- Maximum logic voltage:5.5 V
- Package:16-pin DIP
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