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Hitec 805 BB for driving monster H-Bridge
I am in the process of building a large rc tank style robot. The drive motors is 48V with a max amp rating of 26A.
I have a couple of Hitech 805 BB with stripped gears is it possible to build a H bridge circuit to drive one motor from one servo, with reverse and it don't need brakes.
Here are some photos of the servo inner.
I have about 40 mosfets (IRF2807) and looking at the specs it seems capable at 60v and 82A.
Please help with schematics and were to tap on the servo.
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