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Member Since: October 4, 2014

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  • Perfect work-around, thanks! That's exactly the sort of "jumper" design I was looking for to provide dual power supply inputs.

  • Sorry, I should have been more specific, but thanks for the answer. I'm making a stationary winch which lifts a heavy load at high speed, so I need full power to the motors. I was asking because I was already having trouble with the regulators overheating and shutting down since I am running a lot of stuff. I was hoping somebody knew a trace I could cut and hotwire to run the unregulated power directly to the motor driver chip. I'll take another shot at trying to figure that out from the Eagle files, but any hints from an expert would be appreciated.

  • I'm guessing the answer is no, but is there a way to drive 12V motors with this? I didn't notice the 9V input voltage limit until after I'd already ordered it. A jumper for providing separate motor power would have been nice.

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