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Using 2 L298N Modules to control 4 DC Motors with library

Control 4 DC Motors with 2 L298N Motor Driver modules

This this code shows how to use 2 L298N Modules to control 4 DC Motor fully with Robojax Library. Please watch video for instruction for 2 motors Here. Download library.

L298N Motor Controller MOdule

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Code to control 2 DC motor using L298N Module


 /*
 * Library Example for L298N Module to control DC motors
 * 
 * This code is to control 4 DC motors by using 2 L298N Modules
 * 
 * Written by Ahmad Shamshiri on Jan 02, 2021 at 08:12
 (Alex M. requested from YouTube)
 * in Ajax, Ontario, Canada. www.robojax.com
 * 
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 * This code has been download from Robojax.com
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 */

#include <Robojax_L298N_DC_module1.h>
// motor 1 settings
#define IN1a 2
#define IN2a 4
#define ENAa 3 // this pin must be PWM enabled pin

// motor 2 settings
#define IN3a 5
#define IN4a 7
#define ENBa 6 // this pin must be PWM enabled pin

// motor 3 settings
#define IN1b 8
#define IN2b 9
#define ENAb 10 // this pin must be PWM enabled pin

// motor 3 settings
#define IN3b 13
#define IN4b 12
#define ENBb 11 // this pin must be PWM enabled pin


const int CCW = 2; // do not change
const int CW  = 1; // do not change

#define motor1 1 // do not change
#define motor2 2 // do not change
#define motor3 1 // do not change
#define motor4 2 // do not change

//define module one objecct
Robojax_L298N_DC_motor module1(IN1a, IN2a, ENAa, IN2a, IN3a, ENBa, true);

//define module 2 objects
Robojax_L298N_DC_motor module2(IN1b, IN2b, ENAb, IN2b, IN3b, ENBb, true);

void setup() {
  Serial.begin(115200);
  module1.begin();//module 1 starts
  module1.begin(); //module 2 starts 
  //L298N DC Motor by Robojax.com

}

void loop() {
  
  ///////////////////////////// module 1 tests
  module1.demo(1);
  module1.demo(2);  
  module1.rotate(motor1, 60, CW);//run motor1 at 60% speed in CW direction
  module1.rotate(motor2, 60, CCW);//run motor2 at 60% speed in CCW direction  
  delay(3000);

  module1.brake(1);
  module1.brake(2);
  delay(2000);

  ///////////////////////////// module 2 tests
  module2.demo(1);
  module2.demo(2);  
  module2.rotate(motor3, 60, CW);//run motor3 at 60% speed in CW direction
  module2.rotate(motor4, 60, CCW);//run motor4 at 60% speed in CCW direction  
  delay(3000);

  module2.brake(1);
  module2.brake(2);
  delay(2000);
 
  
}

   

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