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SN754410NE H-Bridge from Tinkering Supplies

Quad Half H-Bridge IC can control the speed of up to 4 motors in one direction or up to 2 motors running in both directions. Each motor can have power requirements of up to 36 volts at 1 amp.

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Brand's Part Number:SN754410NE
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SN754410NE H-Bridge

Sku: 1048

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