I have a question about using an Arduino to control a MOSFET with optocoupler. The question is, the supply voltage may vary from 5 to 36 Volts. For example, sometimes I will use a 5V switching ...
I was wondering if there was any way of driving back-to-back MOSFETs (with their sources and gates tied together as shown in the following image) without using an optocoupler? The reason is that ...
Since I require some kind of wide range input (going to a microcontroller) for a new project, I looked through some designs that are already in use (or were considered at some point) for other ...
I'm working on a speed control circuit for a brushed dc motor (24v, 500rpm, 2A, 4kgcm). The main components that I plan to use are PIC16f873, 4n25 optocoupler, IRFZ44N MOSFET, BY 500 - 800 diode(for ...
A 12v battery is being charged from a solar panel. When battery is 12v solar panel is disconnected from battery and connect the load with battery. And again solar panel is connected with battery when ...
I am a newcomer in this wonderful world of electronics trying to design my own PLC. So far I have designed a single output stage that I think will work, but it would be great if i could have any of ...
I'm trying to finally apply what I learned at university in the course of power electronics. However I find that both that course and most of the books / online references are lacking on some points. ...
What's the proper schematic for driving this MOSFET from a microcontroller pin through this or this optocoupler? The MOSFET will drive a motor @ 24V, 6A.