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IRF520 MOS Driver Module For Arduino/ARM/Raspberry Pi/PIC

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    When you need to control a device with a secondary power source from your low voltage micro-controller, you need something like this device. The basic principal is a small control voltage can provide and control higher voltage requirements of external devices like LED light strips, etc. via the MOSF..
    • When you need to control a device with a secondary power source from your low voltage micro-controller, you need something like this device. The basic principal is a small control voltage can provide and control higher voltage requirements of external devices like LED light strips, etc. via the MOSFET.(what's called interface)

      Here is a simple breakout board for the IRF520 Mosfet. Easy hookup to your Arduino or other 3-5v micro controller. Pulse current through a PWM pin, and use this to control a pump, LED, or other DC device at up to 24v, and ~5A.

      Real simple to use: The simplest way of explaining how this little board works is this: You connect the power for the device you want to control to the Vin and GND. You connect your device to the V+ and V- screw terminals. When the SIG line is HIGH, a little LED lights up, and the GND is 'connected' to the V-. When the SIG line is LOW, the LED turns off, and the GND becomes 'disconnected' to the V-. The V+ and Vin are continuously connected.

      You can power this device from your Arduino, VCC goes to the 5V connection, and GND to the GND pin on your Arduino.



      Features:

      • Voltage: 3.3V, 5V
      • Output load voltage :0-24V
      • Output load current: <5A (1A and above requires a heat sink)
      • Platform: Arduino, MCU, ARM, Raspberry PI.
      • Using original IRF520 Power MOS, you can adjust the output PWM.
      • Drive up to 24V allows the load, such as LED lights, DC motors, miniature pumps, solenoid valves.
      • PWM dimming LED can be used to achieve step less dimming, variable speed motor control.
      • Note: Above 1 A load, you need to install heat sink.


      Using IRF520 MOSFET Switch button for Arduino

      Using IRF520 MOSFET Switch button for Arduino

      This code is for IRF520 MOSFET module to control DC load using arduino without any relay. continuously control a 2A load. With proper heat sink it can handle up to 5 but we have tested it up to 4A.

      Schematic diagram for IRF520 MOSFET Module

      
      
      #define control 8 // pin that controls the MOSFET
      
      void setup() {
        // IRF520 MOSFET Tutorial by Robojax
        pinMode(control,OUTPUT);// define control pin as output
        Serial.begin(9600);
      
      }
      
      void loop() {
        // IRF520 MOSFET Tutorial by Robojax
      
        digitalWrite(control,HIGH); // turn the MOSFET Switch ON
        delay(2000);// Wait for 2000 ms or 2 second
      
        digitalWrite(control,LOW); // Turn the MOSFET Switch OFF
        delay(2000);// Wait for 2000 ms or 2 second
      
      
      }