Oh ok thanks. It was that simple XD
Yeah same thing on my nano sumo (mine is from sparkfun http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9457)
Ok here we go..
AO1, AO2, BO1, and BO2 are your outputs that wire to your motor (motor A and motor B)
AIN1 and AIN2 are your motor inputs for motor A (high & low = one direction, low & high = the other direction)
BIN1 and BIN2 same thing as above but for motor B
PWMA is for pulse width modulating motor A to control the speed ( do not have to use this if you do not want to but needs to be pulled high for movement)
PWMB same thing as above but for motor B
I just pull standby high (low = standby mode and idk what that means)
"Power supply voltage: VM=15V max, VCC=2.7-5.5V"
you missed VMOT. VMOT is the forward voltage that must be provided for the motors, which is as you state at the bottom of your post as 15V max.
I would only hazard a guess that standby being enabled would cut the current draw of a circuit when you don't need to drive a/the motor/s (pull the pin low and the chip goes into low power mode that just keeps it awake rather than active and supplying current to the high voltage internals).
I got that datasheet from Digikey but it's also at the Pololu page you linked to. It's under the "Useful links" tabs in the item description.
Your motor driver bible here: http://www.toshiba.com/taec/components2/Datasheet_Sync//261/27197.pdf
Thank you very much! I'll have a look at it. +_-
... a bunch of gibberish to me :(