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Mosfet motor driver?

Dear: LMR

Just to let you know I want to use a two mosfets to control two 9 volt motors. I managed to find this circuit online for controlling a motor with a single mosfet and they say it can move the motor both directions. I looked at the circuit from my knowledge it can only move one direction. InA controls both directions of the motor. Can I please have some help? Thank you.

From: Noah

motor driver suggestions - 6v 6a stall

I am looking for suggestions on how best to drive my Pololulu motors on my MopBot.  This bot is basically a swiffer mop attached to the bot which it pushes around so it requires more torque than the usual small bot I have done before.  These motors are rated 450 ma @6v with no load and 6 A stall.  I am using 6 NiMH AA batteries in series for about 7.2V - 7.5V although could go higher if needed.

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