This is a IR2110 high side mosfet driver circuit with mosfet included. This is a circuit I use often and I believe it is time to give it its own board and project.
[High side mosfet driving using the IR2110](https://krakkus.com/high-side-mosfet-driving-using-the-ir2110/)
A ESP-12 IoT controller for RGB LED Stripe 5-12V.
3+1 channels through MOSFET, PWM and dimming functionality.
The MOSFETs can be replaced by NPN Power transistors (input resistors are as THT parts placed, the 10k pull down's not needed.
The 4th channel is a Logic level up-converter (3.3V->5V). Driven by a 2N7002, can be replaced with BSS138 or similar. Note that it's is a very small power output...
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Это простой в изготовлении драйвер rgb светодиодной ленты. Благодарямощным транзисторам охлаждение почти не требуется
This is an easy to manufacture rgb led strip driver. Thanks to the powerful transistors, cooling is almost not required.
A stepped-motor controller for three steppers using Trinamics 2130 compatible "SilentStepSticks". Also supports upto two hobby servos and has two power FETs for on/off control of loads (including inductive ones).
Can be used stand-alone using the ESP32 on-board which supports WiFi and a web-based UI when running the [companion software called RBotFirmware](https://github.com/robdobsn/RBotFirmware)...
Drives 16 mosfets with 74hc595 registers. Includes diodes to allow for inductive loads such as solenoids and motors. All parts can be placed using JLC SMT. A suitable 3.3V mosfet could be chosen with the same package as well, if you want to drive this with 3.3V on the 5V rail.
I sell assembled versions of these boards. Go to [my website](http://www.calebmarting.com/shiftdriver) to get purchasing...
Electric fence with car bobin made for sheep.
Maximum input voltage is 15V (Limited by 555 timer chip, voltage on the chip is actually lower for 1v because of forward voltage drop of the diode but anyways keep within 15V because its not good to push components to their limits)
No input reverse polarity protection, if you reverse polarity on input 220uF capacitor will blow up and probably mosfets...