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pjaska

Hello! its me again :) I think i get it now!
i read some articles again and i learned that mosfet takes some time at switching on or off (charge and discharge gate capacitor), and during this switching it generates heat (due to switching losses) and the mosfet driver is to make it switch more quickly on and off so it wont heat up so much and create losses :)
thats enough to satisfy my hunger of knowledge :D
also i started looking what drivers to buy and i found this MC34152 witch looks very easy to implement in to my circuit :) could somebody take a look at it and tell me if its going to work at my project?

MorganS

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pjaska


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