Shown here is an easy to construct electronic circuit through which a motor can be made to run in both directions i.e. clockwise and anticlockwise. An interesting [[wysiwyg_imageupload::]]fact that adds to the curiosity of the circuit is that this is done by pressing a single switch. This project finds a good application in areas of robotics. The commonly used H-Bridge circuit uses two control signals to control both the directions of the motor. Before we begin explaining the circuitry, let’s have some information about the H-Bridge circuit.H Bridge CircuitMainly used to control DC motors and stepper motors, H-bridge divides the voltage on the either side of the load. In this circuit, two IC555 timers form the H-bridge circuit around the motor. These 555 timers work in astable mode. Let’s find out more about how the circuit works.