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Yes im using Arduino to control the circuit.
Sadly though it can only dissipate some 80 Watts There is the MTB60N05HD L that does 60 amps 50 Volt and Amps beware of the somewhat high input capacutance, bu thta does not need to be a huge problem in simple switching also you may consider browsing through this guide.
Much better to use a cheap Darlington transistor then. That just will make your circuit much easier and save you a transistor and resistor.
IRFA Datasheet pdf – N-CHANNEL POWER MOSFET – Fairchild Semiconductor
I presume you are aware of the designcriteria of an H-bridge and the chances of shorting your PSU if you dont do the switching correctly. Setting a temperature to a comfortable level arduino datasgeet the mosfet on for sec followed by a 50sec off time. I am not sure what voltage you need but you may try this one a 30n Maybe you alreadymeasured it but just to make sure, when your problem aises, have you measured if there is still voltage on the gate or even voltage on your PSU?
I have a hard time believing it would work properly for reasons I explained earlier, but if you say it works for you… great. The IRF can obviously take 4 amps, but sadly it expects a higher voltage on its gate than the most microcontrollers can deliver i presume you will use a microcontroller.
Another thing to beware of in datasheets is Vthresh threshhold voltage. Normally the impedance of a FET is high enough to not lose any signal over that datasneet. But if it is working for you, that is good. Perhaps it is a lose wire or something. Thanks, I learnt few things in my new journey.
Somehow Logic P channel mosfetsarent as plentiful. So, mistakes during development can be fatal. Is there any logic mosfet capable to drive 25 Amperes?
I think that is not normal. What i like you to do first is to detach the pic-circuit and just put 5 Volt on the entrance of yr FET circuit, via say that ohm resistor, and irf530z if then your lamp behaves the same.
Thank you for your answer. I am using this converter: I was not aware of those.
I am actually using it with octocoupler connected to 12V. Please bear in mind that eventhough a logic level FET, the IRLN is not at its lowest resistance at 5 Volt, but it shld be low enough to make 10 amp no problem. Backyard controller design Eric’s Arcana and RiderX. So, the bottom line is: Should I try to use a BC for exemple to turn on the Mosfet like the schematic 3 and in this case when I put my output high the Mosfet is off, so I should put it Low to turn on my load, is it?
See the reference below: Switching speed indeed is important. This will need a good heatsink if the load is on for more than a second or two, but it is no issue if it gets millisecond pulses every few seconds. Dinah, that your lights do not light up immediately seems kinda odd, but could be a habit of the lamp you are using.
If you are using this circuit to switch any serious loads, then it is wise to solder some thick wire over the tracks datassheet from the MOSFET. Also the and will be more efficient with this circuit. The only conditions are it should have high switching speed so low rds on and high break down voltage.
At 10 volt it is 4mohm and the fet can take 45 amp, but at 4. You may also consider the IRLZ Like the diagram at the top of the page here. Who can tell me what should I improve i my schematic? And as i understand when you put 5 volt on the gate, the output on the source i presume is only 5Volt.
The two P-channel mosfet will be driven by transistors.
Also easier if you need to do high side switching. I should turn on a load some Iirf530a lamps in paralel with a Mosfet. Hi, really interesting your information!! Joe, good idea, but as I picture your changes, the emittor will be at 12 Volt when open, while yr Arduino will set the basis at a max of 5Volt, which would cause the transistor to close again. I am not sure what datasheet you looked at but I do not see a max of 4Volt, I see a max of ca 20 Volt.