Output 10VDC instead of 5VDC with Arduino

Hi,

I was wondering if there is a way to output 10VDC instead of 5VDC with a Arduino. This 10V would be used to provide power to an another device. What would be the components/circuit?

Thank you!

Use an Op-Amp, with a gain of 2....

You'll need a 10V (or slightly higher) power supply. (An op-amp can only reach you the voltage you supply. Usually a little less.). And, you may not need a linear amplifier if you are boosting digital (on or off).

What's this for? How much current (Amps or milliamps) do you need?

[u]Here is a MOSFET motor driver[/u] shown with a 12V supply. It will work with a different voltage, but it's "low side switching" so it's not appropriate for all applications.

You need a boost converter to get 10V from 5V, plenty on your favourite retail web site.

Do you mean switching ( 0 or 10V) or analog (0 to 10V) and anywhere between? And what will the load be?

jeanne_mercier49:
This 10V would be used to provide power to an another device.

What other device.

Some devices, like Meanwell mains powered LED drivers, could already have a build-in 10volt supply.
Then all you need is an opto coupler and one resistor.

Post a link to the device.
Leo..