I have this brushed DC motor (Vex 775pro: https://motors.vex.com/vexpro-motors/775pro; motor curve data here I assume is useful but I do not exactly know how to make sense of it) My question is, how do I select a motor driver that can handle the current that my motor is drawing and how do I know how much current my motor is drawing?
I would like to purchase a standard H-bridge motor driver so I can control the speed and make the motor go clockwise or counterclockwise. Looking up some things online, I see that I should pick a motor driver that can provide current equal to or above the motor's continuous current consumption under load, however I am not sure what the "continuous current consumption under load" is for this motor. Also in case it matters for anything, I do plan on using this with an Arduino. Any help would be greatly appreciated.