The pattern you show can be created using software PWM in which the MCU produces small slices of that half-sine wave. You will see a similar approach for micro-stepping stepper motors.What I want to make is a solenoid in an electrically operated hydraulic valve that will also power an agitator feature when engaged.
The system runs on 24 Volts (two 12 V batteries). When engaged, the electromagnet (primary coil) will switch the position of the valve by pushing a spool. At the same time i need to transfer power from the primary coil to a secondary coil installed on the spoil via induction, which in turn will power the agitator (simply mechanical turbine system powered by small dc motor but sealed).
I'm not sure if this is possible to do the way I'm describing?
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