I need a voltage controlled switch that is able to turn on and off using voltage in the range 0 to +10VDC. When it's on it should be able to handle the flow of +24VDC across it. I had a look on the internet and asked on others forms as well, but not quite sure about this. MOSFET was one I though about it, but it requires its gate voltage (Vgs) to be higher than the source. But I cannot get the gate voltage to higher unless I OP-amp, which is making this a bit more complicated.
This is ideally what I'm looking for. The Adam module (ADAM-4024) is only capable of applying 0 to +10VDC max. Not use if it's possible.
Is there any simple circuit/component that is capable of doing this.
* Thank you for the diode suggestion. I have found a 2N7000 N-Channel Enhancement Mode Field Effect Transistor would this would be prefect, I added the datasheet link hereMOSFET 2N7000 datasheet. Also I'm not particularly sure about the Rd(on) value.
Also another thing to mention, Peter Smith suggested a diagram below, when you were talking about in the comments you said "a 0-volt control input may destroy the MOSFET" is that applying to the diagram below and not the diagram I drew? Yes? I asked this as I will be supplying 0V to turn off the MOSFET.
Furthermore, I'm not sure if I'm correct to say this but, if I use MOSFET to active the SY3220 by switch and when I want to switch off the SY-3220 still active because the MOSFET self lock it. Is this correct or I'm wrong and I can perfectly turn off the SY3220-5L device.
Thank you for the help