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How to Control Power Supply Using IRF520 Mosfet Switch Interfacing with Arduino Uno - KT691

How to Control Power Supply Using IRF520 Mosfet Switch Interfacing with Arduino Uno - KT691

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Introduction

In this illustration, we will be going to wire the IRF520 MOSFET (Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field-effect Transistor) Module Board a simple breakout board for driving higher loads. MOSFET enables you to control higher voltage projects on the microcontroller. MOSFET is also kind of a switch that isolates the power from the main Load, when the power load to the MOSFET it will pass the power from one to another when closed, but if the outer power source is absent your device can still draw power from microcontroller.

In this illustration we will be going to use to MOSFET Module board, we connect the power for the device you want to control to the VIN and GND then connect your control a pump, LED, or other DC device, to V+ and V- up to 24v, and ~5A. You can also power this device from your Arduino to 5v VCC connection and GND pin.

HARDWARE REQUIRED

SOFTWARE REQUIRED

Arduino IDE 1.8.5 (programmable platform for Arduino)

Click To Download:https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

SPECIFICATIONS

IRF520 Mosfet Sensor Module

This particular module (HCMODU0083) is a breakout board for the IFR520 MOSFET transistor. It is designed to switch heavy DC loads from a single digital pin of your microcontroller. Its main purpose is to provide a low-cost way to drive a DC motor for robotics applications, but the module can be used to control most high current DC loads.

  • Weight: 10g
  • Size: 33.5x25.5mm
  • Max load (drain) current: <5A
  • Output load voltage: 0-24V
  • Input Switching Voltage: Suitable for 5V microcontrollers

PIN DESCRIPTION

IRF520 Mosfet Sensor Module

Pin

Name

Description

1

GND

Ground

2

VCC

5 V (Recommended Voltage)

3

SIG

Signal Pin (It is used to ON/OFF Mosfet switch)

CIRCUIT CONNECTION

  • The GND pin of the Potentiometer is being attached to the GND pin of Arduino.
  • The GND pin of the IRF520 Sensor Module is being attached to the GND pin of Arduino.
  • The VCC of the Potentiometer is being attached to the 5V pin of the Arduino Board.
  • The Digital I/O pin 6 of the Arduino Uno is being attached to the SIG (Signal) pin of the IRF520 MOSFET Sensor Module.
  • The VIN Pin of the IRF520 MOSFET Sensor Module is being attached to the 9V Battery Power Supply.
  • The Output pin of the Potentiometer is being attached to the Analog Pin A0 of the Arduino Uno.
  • The 4 Wing Fan is connected to the IRF520 MOSFET with its positive and negative terminals respectively.

CODE

Click here to see the code:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1JTlKkrrSDAIh9OUX1MBmIWHjW8sBhTxu


WORKING

Welcome to this Arduino based IRF520 MOSFET Sensor Module which mainly consists of a VCC (Power Supply), a ground (GND) pin and a Signal (SIG) Pin. It is being made to process the speed and to control DC Motor. Its basic functionality is to be able to control the voltage and current flow between the source and drain.

It works almost as a switch. The working of MOSFET depends upon the MOS capacitor. The MOS capacitor is the main part of MOSFET. The semiconductor surface at the below oxide layer which is located between source and drain terminal. It can be inverted from p-type to n-type by applying a positive or negative gate voltages respectively.The Potentiometer used in this particular circuit also has its various applications such as LED lights, DC motors, Miniature pumps and Solenoid valves.



Datasheet available here: https://alltransistors.com/pdfdatasheet_st/irf520.pdf