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I just picked up two of these DC motor controllers (https://www.amazon.ca/Controller-Yeeco-Universal-0-01-1000W-Generator/dp/B00RZ97DDQ/ref=sr_1_10?dd=1QzB1w0bE3cxmYrmXew-NA%2C%2C&ie=UTF8&qid=1548387512&sr=8-10&keywords=dc%20motor%20controller&refinements=p_90%3A11828088011).

which indicated in the title a "Reverse". Unfortunately it now seems that this was cut off text, only referring to the reverse polarity protection. Is there any way to hack this device to get bi-directional performance?

Unfortunately I don't have a datasheet, but I assume most of these devices operate in a similar manner. Is there any way to proceed?

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You will not be able to make this unit, itself, become bi-directional. You can, however, add a component like a DPDT relay to swap the outputs to the motor.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ This should just be comment..... \$\endgroup\$ – Jack Creasey Jan 30 at 0:48

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