Got an explorer PHAT connected to my PI zero and driving two of your micro motors
using the test program and one of my own to just drive the motors, motor one goes forward and motor two goes backwards.
I am using a 2A PSU for the PI zero.
Because the motors turn I am assuming my soldering is okay.
Is it possible I have damaged one of the motor chips? Lets just say I had fun and games soldering the output connector and could have put too much heat on it!
Can you think of anything I could look at to investigate further?
After I posted this I looked at the source code for explorerhat, the I2C bus is only used for the A/D and the motor driver uses GPIO pins, 19,20,21,26. So it could be my soldering on the PI connector?
I will check those pins by driving a LED.