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binjoder

Jul 19, 2014, 04:47 pm Last Edit: Jul 19, 2014, 05:04 pm by binjoder Reason: 1
Does arduino capable of output 12V and 150amps PWM signal ??? if not can anyone make me plan of using micro-controller in PWM 150 amps output.. what I mean that I want to use micro-controller in developing PWM circuit that can output  of 30- 150amps/12v . where the amps can be assigned and controlled in the sketch of micro-controller frequency as well.

Pelleplutt

No problem, just select the right components and a good layout.

Pelle

binjoder

do you mean there is arduino such as uno capable of output 12v 150 amps or should i design it from zero and embed micro-controller and write sketch ?

Johnny010

You can not put anywhere near 150A through an arduino.
You can use the PWM output signal to control some other PWM controller that has a rating of 200A+.


binjoder

I have seen someone on youtube developed PWM modulator using micro-controller where this pwm mod can output up to 150 amps and can control amps through buttons with display. put he not teach he sell them infact I need them for HHO generator where we convert water into gas 

Johnny010

You mean for electrolysis?
What are you planning on doing the with the H2?

jremington

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I need them for HHO generator where we convert water into gas
Of course he is selling them. Did you fall for the nonsense that you get more energy out than you put in?

Johnny010


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I need them for HHO generator where we convert water into gas
Of course he is selling them. Did you fall for the nonsense that you get more energy out than you put in?


Listen to this guy. If you are planning on using the H2 as an energy source, your better just putting a hole in the bottom of your car floor and doing a Fred Flintstone.

fungus



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I need them for HHO generator where we convert water into gas
Of course he is selling them. Did you fall for the nonsense that you get more energy out than you put in?


Listen to this guy. If you are planning on using the H2 as an energy source, your better just putting a hole in the bottom of your car floor and doing a Fred Flintstone.


Yep. Did you ever stop to think where you're going to get 12V, 150Amps from while your car is running...?

No, I don't answer questions sent in private messages (but I do accept thank-you notes...)

binjoder

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Jul 19, 2014, 06:19 pm Last Edit: Jul 19, 2014, 06:24 pm by binjoder Reason: 1
12 volts from car battery to pcb , I do have PWM modulator run on car battery 12 and output 150 amps continuously  where I pass it to reactor to get H2 pure and not HHO gas . what I was looking to instead of using pot meter (var resistor) to control duty cycle and amps to be replaced with micro-controller .



Zapro


from car battery


And where do you think the Car battery get it's energy from? The Alternator.

In turn, the Alternator is driven by the Gasoline-engine.

In each conversion, there is energy loss.

It's impossible for the HHO system to work. The only way it would ever work, if Electrolysis gave you more energy, than you used to split the water in the first place.

// Per.

michinyon

You will need to check whether PWM  will even work for the electrolysis of water.

michinyon

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I do have PWM modulator run on car battery 12 and output 150 amps continuously 


So,   have you already actually done this ?

If you have already got it to work,   then what exactly is your question ?

binjoder

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Jul 20, 2014, 03:51 am Last Edit: Jul 20, 2014, 03:57 am by binjoder Reason: 1
yes  it is working although the PWM schematic diagram designed by someone and not me and it doesn't contain micro controller

now what I want is to convert it to 100% PWM micro-controller design, that capable of varying the current (amperage) and frequency (duty cycle ). ( micro-controlled PWM 0-150 amps , 12V output) , where current and frequency should be  controlled in the IDE software.  is there way to do this ?????????????

MarkT

Yes it can be done, something like MIC4422 driving an array of high current MOSFETs.

But thinking you can get energy for free is a delusion.
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