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DC motors are commonly used in robotics and vehicles. They come in brushed and brushless versions; the latter also includes stepper motors. Note they are distinct from servos, for which there is a separate tag.

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"The only thing is that I connected the 3.3V of the L293D on a 5V pin, but I assumed it is not a big deal..." Translation AKA edited as is common on this forum **I am using common power source for a …
answered Aug 18 '18 by Jan Hus
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You are missing ground / common connection between Pi and the driver board
answered Aug 24 '18 by Jan Hus
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Yes and No. I was tempted to edit you post to use better terminology, but I won't do that. Technically you can use DUAL outlet or single to dual adapter to plug your power supplies into. Mechanicall …
answered Oct 1 '18 by Jan Hus
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I hope this is OK format. OK, little different story now., It depends how comfortable you are with hardware. I have not ask Mrs Google for “dual voltage power supply”. You can "convert" 24V to 5V u …
answered Oct 1 '18 by Jan Hus
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Take a look here https://www.instructables.com/id/L293D-Motor-Driver/ Disconnect driver output - motor _ and substitute LED with limiting resistor. Make sure your DC output is off correct polarity t …
answered Aug 9 '18 by Jan Hus