I'm using a TA7267 (H-Bridge) to drive a small Mabuchi DC motor. I'm suplying the IC with a reference voltage of 3V, and the operational voltage is 5V. The terminals of the DC motor are connected directly to the OUT1 and OUT2 pins. However, the motors are working pretty slow.
I've been checking the datasheet and they suggest you can add a resistance in parallel to the motor, but I don't know what value it should be, and if it would make a difference. Any idea why this would happen?