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Thread: Problems with L293D. It's getting HOT !

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    good going dev.. and with all the prize money earnings.. you can afford to increase your motor current ratings by leaps and bounds :P .. No pun intended

    Seriously,thats some good thinking... having a readymade motor control board supporting variable current requirements..good stuff

    Rao

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    Yeah. I think about stacking too...

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    maybe active cooling ? I ve got a chipset cooler ! ))

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    the problem is solved.

    we now using continously rotating fan to cool down the L293D.

    also we add some drivers (74VHCT00) to stack in the Cygnal 3volt controller with 5volt logic.

    Having fun now.

    Any shematics or PCB are welcomed ?

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