R/C Receiver to H Bridge

Could some kind soul point me to a circuit, which will take the PWM output
from an R/C Receiver and drive a 24V 1A motor allowing both forward &
reverse and full proportion control. I am not looking for a circuit which
requires a PIC chip or some other programmable device, but a simple circuit
built up from discrete componentry.
Regards,
Murray McKenzie
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Imagineering Unlimited
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Have you tried
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? I got 47,400 hits to look at if I wanted. To help you out here is the search text I used, "rc receiver 24 volt motor controller". The first one I saw offhand is this one, of course it doesn't do "true full proportional", it breaks it into 128 steps from 1 to 2ms.
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none of the RC servos or RC speed controls really do full proportional either, some do up to 1024 steps. But then you do not have to learn how to program a MCU to do this either.
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Earl Bollinger
Thanks Earl, I was hoping that someone could point me at a circuit straight away instead of trolling through all the hits on Google - Just lazy I guess.
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Imagineering Unlimited
Imagineering Unlimited. Energy very Limited.
Just kidding.
Reply to
Paul
Life is too short to build bad circuits (or chase round the 'net for 'em).
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Imagineering Unlimited
Well I pointed you to one circuit example. I suppose you'd want us to buy all the parts, and build it for you too. Imagineering Unlimited, I think you need to live up to your name a little more.
Reply to
Earl Bollinger
Well,
I consider us (C.R.M. denizens) as a means of knowing which answers that google may or may not provide to be the best answer. Sure there are 10^36 hits for a search, but has one of us tried it?
If we all chose, we could document everything we ever did on our own web pages and let google act as an intermediary. As it is, we let C.R.M. do that. Therefore, I do not have a problem with most "googlable" questions posted here.
Mike
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blueeyedpop
Look at Vantec Electronic Speed Controllers. -- D. Jay Newman
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D. Jay Newman

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