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HexBridge Shield Demo

This is a high-power motor drive shield that I designed for the Arduino. I'm testing it on a large separately-excited DC motor from the Cap Kart. It has six semi-independent outputs, three of which are controlling the armature winding and two of which are controlling the field winding.

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