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Ron That is some very interesting information. Thanks for posting the links. Novel Solutions – http: Because I’m trying to get more power to the wheels of my project I did some research that explained why mosfets are more efficient than BJTs in my case.
Larry If the grass is greener on the other side I’m not sure I’d agree with that page I think the real advantage of mosfet is that it’s easier to turn on and off than BJT.
Also, it’s much faster. Still, maybe there’s something to that argument when using a very low voltage power supply. Prop Info and Apps: Phil Pilgrim PhiPi Posts: They work by using a charge pump to boost the gate voltage above that of the drain supply.
If it hasn’t been said before I’ll just say “protection”. The higher the load voltage and current the more important protection is. For low voltages a better method is a schottky diode dataasheet the 3V3 line and inline resistor – Schottky diode conducts before the protection diode and allows the gate to drive fully to 3V3. For nearly all devices the max current rating is the current at which the device reaches deg C with infinite heatsink way beyond normal use.
For handling a 10A load a 50A or A device is about right, a 15A device will melt. If driving the gate directly via a resistor work out the switching time from the gate charge parameter – this should be a negligible fraction of the PWM cycle time if you want to avoid overheating.
In practice this means use a driver chip unless running at low kHz rates or less. Not sure if I am doing anything wrong, or dztasheet it that the gate voltage need to be higher than 3. The charts in the datasheets seems to say that 3. My circuit is as follows: The source is connected to 3 red LEDs in series, then to ground. Ground is common between the Propeller and the 12V ground.
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The mosfet gate is connected directly to a propeller pin. I verified that the Propeller pin is high.
The circuit you describe is a source follower, and the voltage driven to the LEDs will always be less than the voltage going into the gate. Since the gate voltage is 3. However, I need the LEDs on the source. My setup will datashert – when I get the RGB LEDs strip with common anode – such that the common 12V anode will connect to the mosfet source, and the cathods of the 3 leds branches will go to the output of satasheet ULN I will have few of these that I was going to multiplex.
So I was hoping that the propeller will turn one mosfet on and the other off. This mosfet will power the first strip which I will PWM with the propeller and the ULN, then this mosfet turn off, and the second one turn on and power the second strip and so on.
With this setup, I will have to have the strips on the source. Any pin on the Prop can be used to PWM. It’s not like other controllers where you’re restricted to one or two PWM outputs.
Phil, I can do that, but this is 3 pins and 3 transistors for every channel. Doesn’t really scales well. It turns out that transistors are often best for driving mosfets. In particular, I’ve often seen complimentary emitter followers used like the one described here: Phil Pilgrim PhiPi wrote: Typically, you do not want or need to run a MOSFET in its linear region to control a motor, as it will dissipate too much heat.
A small fan, maybe, not so much. The key is to use a true PWM output and just drive the gate without a datssheet filter. With a DUTY mode input, you will not realize this advantage, since it switches too rapidly. In any event, with an inductive load, such as a motor, always be sure to add a protection diode across the load. Bruce, I meant to reply before, but here goes. My projects don’t usually involvve control ov heavy loads, but they dwtasheet do dataeheet a lot of power control for things like sensors or f30555l, to provision for power consumption.
For things are are part of the system that is, things that can’t be mucked with by the end userI do like p-mosfets. For example, here is circuit that controls power from the 3. Mark, Chris, If you want to control a fan motor with an analog voltage using a MOSFET, you will want to use an op-amp to maintain proportional control via feedback. A filtered input voltage of V will produce an output voltage range of V.
You will want an op-amp whose input dtaasheet mode range includes ground, whose output is rail-to-rail, and which is stable driving a capacitive load. To decrease the effect of gate datashfet on the op-amp, you could add a series resistor between the op-amp’s output and the gate. Like I said before, it will be a handy reference for those of us who are less electronically inclined.
But its not a motor, its a computer fan dattasheet is a microcontroller controlled brushless motor – it needs a DC supply and speed is proportional to that supply voltage. Hi Phil, If the motor took 3 amps, what parts would you recommend for the op-amp and mosfet? Doug, I would not use that circuit — or any linear driver — for a 3-Amp motor. The momentum of the motor will smooth-out to an average speed. Andrew E Mileski Posts: A bump and addition to the knowledgebase There are related parts with two inverting driver, or one inverting and one non-inverting driver: TC, and TC Available in DIP package of course.
Don’t need to do this that often every rotationsand the fan’s inertia will prevent datasjeet from changing speed significantly in just one rotation. If the fan is buzzing, increase the PWM frequency. Fan noise can also dataseet from beating with another fan, or from the air column meeting interference like a heatsink or case grill causing turbulence. Turning off the power may disable the drive electronics, preventing current flow outside of the motor, even at 0 volts.
Anyhow, I have been attempting to follow this thread because I think it is dagasheet informative. Driving a mosfet hard. Though a mosfets gate don’t hardly use any current while staying in one state.
For very short time it does use some power when you charge up its capacitance. If you can give the gate a large burst of power, the f3505l you can switch it in the mhz and also less power loss. So you need push-pull, the props pin is push-pull but at 40ma not much power behind it. Pin 4 goes to the mosfet a resistor in series with a value fatasheet 1ohm to 3ohm is good design. As an emitter follower, the output high voltage will be 0.
So, with a 3. The magic is in the substrate diode not shown in the schematic symbol above for some reason across the source and drain.
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The substrate diode’s forward voltage drop combined with the logic 0 voltage level on the high voltage side determines Vgs th. The circuit is apparently covered by Pat. Sign In or Register to comment.