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Gravity: MOSFET Power Controller

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n most Arduino projects, relays are the first choice to drive some large current device. It requires a certain amount of current to drive the internal coil to pick-up contact. But for some MCU, like Intel Edison, Intel Joule, lilypad, Raspberry Pi and other microcontrollers with a limited amount of current GPIO, it’s hard to drive one or more relays simultaneously.

The MOSFET power controller is a module that can drive a large current device with limited current GPIO. It works as a MOSFET relay or MOSFET driver. When you give it a digital high-level signal (3.3~10V), MOSFET turns on, vice versa.

Compare to the relay module, MOSFET power controller is compatible with ArduinoRaspberry PiLattepanda and other Microcontroller, which supports 3.3~10V logic power control. The VIN port supports 5~36V; 0~20A power input, if the current is over 10A, we recommend an external heat sink. And MOSFET supports a quick ON-OFF switch, the switching frequency arrives 1KHz. That is a good point for robot control.

The MOSFET power controller comes with a standard PH2.0-3P gravity interface. It makes the module compatible with the Arduino IO expansion shield. Plug and play, easy to use.

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