A regular digital chip consists of many parts which have their own important role. This means that each one of these components is actually vital for the whole chip’s function and for this reason, it’s important to know which components do what and to which extent. This is especially important when you are doing this for your hobby, or even business purposes. Human brain isn’t really capable of preserving hundreds of pages of electronic component’s data, so for this reason I advise you to use a datasheet which features this. You can access these datasheets free of charge and you can edit them, print them, and do whatever you want with them as long as you find them helpful. Bridge drivers are essential components for a lot of different purposes. Without these, relay control wouldn’t be possible, not to mention solenoid components. It allows for safe electricity guidance through several different channels, and it also features temperature protection, which is a great thing for hobbyists and beginners in the whole chip assembly ordeal. In these pages you will find all the crucial data needed for assembly, especially data like absolute maximum ratings and pin connections, without which you wouldn’t be able to connect these bridges properly to your chip. Electrical characteristics of these components can also be found within these pages and make sure to read these thoroughly as it can prevent your chips from burning out and causing unnecessary expenses and time losses. You can download the l298 datasheet here.