This is a question about electronics.
I have next bridge board L298N:
Further info about L298N board is here
And next DC motor:
With next parameters:
Full datasheet is here
and its encoder is here
The LN298N has 2A max. current for one channel.
The DC motor has 550mA rated current, but 2.8A stall current.
I expect during certain high torque moments the current to go up to 2.8A.
Is the LN298N bridge board protected against the over 2A current?
How is the LN298N bridge board protected against the over 2A current?
The application note of the L298 circuit shows next protection against short-circuits:
But looking on the L298N board I cannot see that protection. There are only diodes to protect against the back emf from DC motor or step motor coils.
What do you propose to protect/limit the current to 2A for half of the bridge?