I am in the process of designing a Full-bridge composed of CM600s, obviously, it will be switching lots of power, and I just got the silly, perhaps bright, idea of replacing a huge portion of the controller circuit with an Arduino that's going to do multiple things (Audio modulation, heat sensing, etc), here comes my question.
If I use the Arduino to drive the bridge, in a way that goes slightly like this.
....Arduino's output>Amplification>GDT>IGBT Gates....
Would it be reliable enough so things don't blow up and (hopefully) work efficiently? My frequency range is going to be from 1 Khz up to 250 Khz, I read some stuff around the web about the Arduino lacking the actual ability to be set to some specific frequencies, and some stuff about rounding, can someone (hopefully with experience) elaborate?
Thank you for reading.
Edit: The 4 Arduinos that are available to me are: Leonardo, Uno, Mega2560, Due.