h-bridge test results
The first thing I did was re-connect the servo motor via clip leads and set the pot so the servo motor neither ran in either direction.
Then putting my meter neg lead to ground, I checked the outputs of the servo board.
Having the plus lead connected to output 1, I turned on the receiver switch. My meter read .08V. When I turned off the receiver switch, my meter spiked up to 1V and gradually dropped to 0 in approx. 12 sec.
Following the same procedure, when I turned on the receiver, output 2 would spike up to 4.6V and gradually drop to .09V in approx 40 sec. When I turned the receiver switch off it would spike up to .77V and gradually drop to 0 in approx. 12 sec.
Then with the receiver switch still on, I put the plus lead to out put 1 and turned on the transmitter. Output 1 would go to 4.44V and when moving the trigger forward would go to 4.53V. Moving the trigger to reverse output 1 would go to .02V
Following the same procedure, but going to output 2. My meter would read 4.43. Moving the trigger forward would go to .02V and reverse would be 4.51V.
Testing the ouptut of the H-Bridge:
With the transmitter and receiver off each output read .02V
On output 1, turning on the receiver, my meter would spike to .47V or some different amounts up to 1.2V (it was different all the time) then it would drop to .02V in approx. 2 sec.
On output 2, turning on the receiver, my meter would spike to 9.4 and drop to .02 in approx. 2 sec.
With the receiver on, then turning on the transmitter, output 1 would seem to go to 1.2V, then moving the trigger forward it would go to 7.5V. Moving the trigger to reverse it would go to .47V
For output 2 would seem to go to .86V, then moving the trigger forward it would go to .47V and reverse would read 7.71V
Since I have limited electronics experience, I am not sure what this all means, but my objective is to use my remote control unit to control a 12V motor forward and reverse.