MD10C Fast Testing

When the proper connection and power supply are connected to MD10C, we can press either of these two buttons to test the MD10C by turning the DC motor in clockwise (CW) direction and counter-clockwise (CCW) direction. Therefore, in this tutorial, I will demonstrate the simple method to test the MD10C in fast way with minimum connection.

Project 16 – Driving two DC geared motors with MD10C by using SKPS

In this project, we will learn about how to drive two DC geared motor with MD10C by using SKPS. Thus, we will treat these two motors as the left wheel motor and right wheel motor. Therefore, we will use PS2 controller to control two DC motors in various type of movements such as move forward, move backward, rotate to left, rotate to right. In addition, we will use joystick to control these two motors in different movement with constant speed and variable speed. Meanwhile, we will use PIC16F887 in this tutorial for SK40C with LCD 2×16 to display some important messages when certain button of PS2 controller was pressed.

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.