Homemade Dual H-Bridge – L298 Breakout Board using Arduino




This is my homemade Dual H-Bridge using the IC L298N.

For control DC motors or step Motors ao other purposes just like you need.

Breakout L298N.ppt




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Breakout Board

Step 1: Hardware and Materials

COMPONENTS:

1 x perf  board 13×26 holes (3,5 x 7,0 cm)
2 x AK300/3 connector
1 x 8 Header female connector for Arduino
1 x L298N (Multiwatt15)
8 x 1N4001 Diode
2 x 100nF capacitor
2 x 0,47Ohm x 1W Resistor
Wire (green and blue colors)

Step 2: Schematic

This is the basic schematic. It works perfectly.

A more advanced schematic and board for eagle cad, you can download from the link below.

http://www.4shared.com/file/T17oVW-z/PONTE_H_L298N.html

http://www.4shared.com/file/6VdOTgv5/PONTE_H_L298N.html

Step 3: 1st Step – Perfboard, holes location

Make a Board with 3,5 x 7,0 cm or 13 x 26 holes.
Schematic Breakout Board
Locate in this board, all holes that we will use for the components.

Step 4: 2nd Step – Components

After sanding and cleaning the board, put all components in it according of the diagram above and schematic.
For this, bend components properly.
Do the soldering for each group of components independently, for example:
diodes first and then connectors and then capacitors and resistors and finally the L298N IC; or in what order you want or you are used to do.

Major Components in Project

1 x perf  board 13×26 holes (3,5 x 7,0 cm)
2 x AK300/3 connector
1 x 8 Header female connector for Arduino
1 x L298N (Multiwatt15)
8 x 1N4001 Diode
2 x 100nF capacitor
2 x 0,47Ohm x 1W Resistor
Wire (green and blue colors)

 

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