if I at any time later for any reason wish to use this driver for, example, 12 V motor, the gate voltage will also drop, yes?
How are drivers usually designed so that they can be used for as wide voltage range as possible?
You do draw your schematics in a very odd way.
Quote from: Grumpy_Mike on Feb 09, 2013, 10:30 pmYou do draw your schematics in a very odd way.Yeah, its about time I read some tutorial on how to make schematics.Anyways, I have read around a little bit, found out that multiple smaller caps are better than one big.Also, if I leave the circuit online 24/7, the caps will be charged all the time even if they are only used for small fraction of that time. Will because of that their life expectancy be smaller? Should I add another FET that will block the entire power supply when its not needed? (sorry if the question sounds stupid, Im later planning on building a h-bridge and am accumulating knowledge for later also)
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