I recently purchased two Geekworm Motor HAT's for a project involving 6 motors that i'm building for my Raspberry Pi. Unfortunately, it's not clear on how to set their addressing. A similar product, "the Adafruit DC Motor hat" has a set of jumpers on the front that you bridge with solder to program the offset.
The Geekworm model doesn't have that on the front, but has something similar on the back (A0, A1, A2, etc..) and a JP2 solder point. Am i to solder a small wire between one of the A pins and the JP2 to program the offset?
Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. The geekworm site really isn't that helpful.
Generally speaking, if you only want to connect one HAT, you shouldn't need to change anything with the jumpers.
Difficult to give you a good answer given the lack of documentation that exists for this HAT. There is a reason it is cheap....
Looking at the second picture you can see the jumper points A0-A3 but it looks like originally there might have been plans for these to be connected to switches as indicated by the silk screen image beside them,
but these are not fitted on the version you have or were never actually implemented on the final design, so I think unless you can get help from the manufacture as to how you use then, I think you are at a dead end and just randomly connecting them is likely to damage the the device and possibly your pi.
I don't think JP2 is anything to do with the addressing jumpers.
One last thought do both of your boards actually use address 0x6f when you communicate with them ?
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