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I speak for myself, not Arduino. I will try and get hold of the logic-level version of the fet. Quote of the day.

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May 10, 56 0. Most data sheets for logic level MOSFET transistors will clearly state they are compatible with logic level gate drive voltage. You just have to keep track of that in your sketch. Yes the clue here is in the data sheet where it says: Digging deeper in the datasheet it seems that the PWM frequency datadheet the arduino is too slow.

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Digging deeper in the datasheet it seems that the PWM frequency of the datasueet is too slow. Hi all, I’m trying to drive about 20 5meter RGB led strips with my arduino. I used a voltmeter.

I’ll have irz44v wait for the parts till monday I hate to ask, but if so could someone translate mikes sentence to a diagram? But it is in the nano second range If this has something to say may again depend on your application.

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Yes, my password is: I will try and get hold of the logic-level version of the fet.

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Sorry for the crude drawing but I only have a very early photoshop here. What are you using to measure the voltage – a scope, I hope? What are you using to measure the voltage – a scope, I hope? I’m missing something here, can anyone get me on the right track?

I was getting mixed opinions on the Internet search so I want to verify here. Posted by booboo in forum: And I suppose I could upgrade the transistors but they blew due to a surge- at least that’s what tech support said, datasheey I think it’s bs I’ll have to wait for the parts till monday It’s possible the device operated too much in irf44v non saturated region and got to hot to survive.

Thanks for quick response!

Well not much success with the transistor, although I’m not sure if my setup was good. Threshold voltage spec is not the same as full current gate voltage. Maybe the cooling is not good enough.

Do not send technical questions via personal messaging irrfz44v they will be ignored. It all starts with a burned amp, the mosfets are burned- need to be replaced.

You May Also Like: The end product will be a MAX K-type thermocouple amplifier which can be used for a huge array of temperature sensing projects. Yes the clue here is in the data sheet where it says: In an effort to make life easier, there are digital tape measures. I think I irfz444v up my only transistor. May 11, 5, 1, I speak for myself, not Arduino. This should not have much to say.

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Digital Tape Measure Some people have trouble reading tape datasheeet. The thing is I explicitly asked the shopowner for a logic-level mosfet. What bit says you need 50kHz? I learned a lot.

PWM too slow to drive MOSFET

Your name or email address: You just have to keep track of that in your sketch. Why isn’t any “on-resistance vs drain current” graph in the datasheet of IRFZ44? I think I blew up my only transistor. Everyone thanks for the help. Build a Dztasheet Amplifier and Custom KiCad Libraries Building on skills developed in the introductory KiCad tutorial, this article will focus on creating custom parts and adding them to a local library, expanding the default libraries to include community repositories, and contributing parts back into the open source ecosystem.

I’m missing something here, can anyone get me on the right track? I guess I cannot hide my noobness I used a voltmeter.