Project 10 – Driving DC brush motor with MD10C

MD10C is an enhanced version of the MD10B which is designed to drive high current brushed DC motor up to 10A continuously. It offers several enhancements over the MD10B such as support for both locked-antiphase and sign-magnitude PWM signal as well as using full solid state components which result in faster response time and eliminate the wear and tear of the mechanical relay.

8 thoughts on “Project 10 – Driving DC brush motor with MD10C”

  1. Hi..
    when I build the code, it ended with this error “Error [712] Project_10\lcd.c; 276. can’t generate code for this expression”, help please

  2. Hello,
    I’m trying to get this md10c up and running with an arduino interface and am facing code problems. i can’t get it to go, but it tests great when just plugged in and pushing the test buttons.

    Do you have any resources, or example arduino code that I could look at?

    Thank you so much!
    mark

  3. Hi Shan, we are sorry that the schematic of MD10C is company’s proprietary and cannot be disclosed to the customers. Unfortunately the MD10C cannot be simulated in any simulation software for the time being.

  4. hello sir, if purchased this project,can i get the schematic circuit in order for me to use in simulation?

  5. if i wanna make simulation for this DRIVING DC BRUSH MOTOR WITH MD10C circuit? is it possible for me to use proteus or any simulation software that you can proposed?

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