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Question about SN754410 and current capability

As the SN754410 H-bridge driver is rated at 1A, am I correct in thinking that it can handle 1A at the max voltage of 36V and therefor will be able to handle 3A @ 12V and 6A @ 6V ?

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Then you might ask Santa for an oscilloscope. I bought this a month ago and are extremely pleased with it http://www.dealexcel.com/rigol-ds1052e-50mhz-band-widths-2channel-digital-oscilloscope_p363.html

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Tronixstuff

This might be a well known site and tutorial, but I just stumbled across it and would point out that this is an amazing site for anyone interested in Arduino.
The tutorials are well written and packed with examples and information.
So if you’re starting up with Arduino or a more advanced user, this is the link to add to your favorites!
http://tronixstuff.wordpress.com/tutorials/

 

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