Quote from: MarkT on Mar 19, 2013, 10:10 pmAnd sometimes they do burst into flamesAt 30,000 feet over the Atlantic...
And sometimes they do burst into flames
Hello,I'm working in a discharger of LiPo batteries that must discharge at rates of 100 amp, with batteries of 12 and 24 volt. I've seen some tutorials of "high power control with arduino" but the high power is only 5 or 10 A, and they recommend some FET and/or MOSFET for that currents. My question is: Is it possible to manage 100A currents with those diagrams? and what mosfet or transistor do you recommend for this job?
For loads, get 24 100W, or for the heck of it, get 6 400W LEDs . . . when energy get converted to light, it would generate less heat compared to pure resistive loads. Well, you have to figure out how to wire them correctly.Just a thought.
But 100W LEDs take 32V.... Think it through!!
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