I'm trying to control a heater coil (resistance ~0.9 Ohm) with PWM using a MOSFET. PWM modulator is based on LM393, MOSFET is IRFR3704 (20V, 60A).
If I place 1k resistor in place of heater everything runs fine and waveforms at testpoints CH1 and CH2 are nearly square. But when I place an actual heater in the scheme, oscillation occurs on the falling edge of pulse at the moment when voltage crosses Vth (channels are mixed here: yellow oscilloscope channel is connected to testpoint CH2 and cyan channel to CH1). Oscillation amplitude is somewhat larger than battery voltage and reaches 16V at its maximum. I'm mostly a microcontroller specialist and my knowledge of this kind of circuits is poor. Is it an effect of the heater inductance or something else? How to oppose it?