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MrNobody New Member Mar 16, Yes, you need to pull the source 10 or so V below the drain before it will switch fully on.
For a datasjeet Vgs, the resistance is smaller lower switching lossesand the point where it enters saturation is higher you can driver bigger loads. I would also stay away from PWM signaling.
Hero Banned Mar 15, This happen when V GS is greater that 8V.?
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Anyway, I tried with smaller voltage and it functions well using 2N in Multisim. Hero Banned Mar 16, If that is the case then the power loss would be too much Is that what you have been trying to say Hero?
Hero Banned Mar 4, I could be wrong – I was once before. You must log in or register to reply here. MrNobody New Member Mar 5, Welcome to our site! I think I am getting there.
Roff Well-Known Member Mar 15, This way, when power is off, any noise or watever will not damage your motor, Or if the signal is somehow borken or not getting thru, the H-Bridge simply wont turn on. Forums New posts Search forums. Started by fastline Yesterday at 8: H-Bridge DC motor driver.
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Lets say V D at that time is 30V. How would I make the Source voltage become 20V.? Am I on the right track now.? If you can get P-mosfets in the ratings you need, then just use them.
Due to the lag in the Logic Gates.
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Here is a simulation of the H-Bridge circuit. When you say “source flowing at about 5 to 10V”.
It is more suitable on the low-side of the bridge because the V S is always 0V. For fast switching times, you want to be able to discharge the input capacitance as quickly as possible; you can buy special driver ICs for this. Articles Top Articles Search resources.