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How to make a HIGH pin on ESP8266 go LOW when device is turned off using a low side switch?

I ran into this issue while working with WeMos D1 Mini and Adafruit's timer board. I had an N-channel MOSFET that was driven by the timer's DRIVE pin. When ESP was done doing its thing it would ...
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Low-side switch MOSFET cannot deliver full voltage

I have designed a portable lens heater prototype. Using: 18650 Li-ion battery Arduino ProMicro (3.3V , 8MHz) by adafruit (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12587) Push button switch PMV16XN N-channel ...
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Low-side current sensing, raising the ground?

One of the main reasons why we don't use low-side current sensing for PSUs is that we want the ground to be, 'ground'. adding a shunt resistor will rise the ground slightly higher. In real world ...
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Mosfet Driver - High Side Output Problem

I've been trying to make a 3 phase inverter to drive a BLDC motor. Mosfets : IRF3205 Driver : IR2101 Supply voltage for FETs and drivers : 12V BLDC : https://media.digikey.com/pdf/Data%20Sheets/...
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Why does the PWM signals amplitude drop once connected to low-side n-mosfet switch?

I am applying a 3.3 V pwm signal to a circuit similar to the following (Credit: Olin Lathrop): I am using an IRLR024N N-MOSFET, which switches if i connect the gate to the 3V3 pin of my ...
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How to isolate a RLC circuit with MOSFET switches?

I'd like to isolate, with high-side and low-side switches, a RLC circuit after the inductor has been energized with a current of 2-3A from a 12V source (see sketch). When the RLC circuit is isolated ...
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Measuring pwm output from low side FET with oscilloscope

I have a n channel MOSFET controlling a high current LED panel. The FET is driven by a FET driver, which is itself driven by a MCU pin. I am using PWM to control the LED brightness. I want to double ...
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HO defaults “On” on high side/low side driver

I have an application where I need to drive 2 piezoactuators in a push-pull arrangement (voltage 180deg out of phase with each other) where the charge/discharge time is about 50 microseconds and the ...
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What is a (side) current alarm?

On the technical sheet of a motor controller integrating two BTS7960B (picture below), the description of the 8 PINs on the board is as follows: RPWM: Forward level or PWM signal input, active HIGH ...
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Can I drive a Low-Side MOSFET from a High-Side Driver?

I'm working on a power electronics project where it involves driving 4 different MOSFETs, (3 HighSide and 1 LowSide). Rather than using a different IC for the LowSide driver, I am thinking about using ...
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Current sense amplifier for high voltage (100-150V) low current (20 mA) application [closed]

I have an application where I need to measure the current on a relatively high voltage rail. The problem is that the current on the rail is quite low, only about 20 mA. Because of the high voltage, ...
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H-bridge low side current sensing: Current signal with oscillation why?

my problem is the following: I am using two DRV8842 H-bridge ICs to control 2 different brushed DC motors, my intention is to use a PI controller for the current loop. The schematic looks like this: ...
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IR2133 Bridge driver not working as expected

I want to use the IR2133 to drive a mosfet rectifier. I have setup as in the circuit below The probelm is (take first high side fet as example) that the signal that appears on HO1 is exactly the same ...
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Low-Side Switch MOSFET Drain Voltage Drop in OFF state?

I'm trying to replace a normally open switch with a low-side switch mosfet. The drain of the mosfet is connected to an input pin of a non-modifiable 3.3V MCU. Prior to my changes to the setup the ...
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high side vs low side current sensing in isolated bench power supplies, does it matter?

I'm trying to make a couple of mains isolated, transformer based, bench power supplies. Considering that the current sense resistor will be in the PSU box and external loads will not have access to ...