It's very simple to control a motor with a transistor. However, spinning the motor in just one direction is not always that useful. It's just half of what is possible. Most DC motors can spin both ways. When we apply the voltage in one direction, the motor will spin on one side. If we reverse the voltage on the terminals, the motor will spin the opposite way. But how can we do that with the Arduino? We need to use an H-Bridge.
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