I hope you are going to put it in front of the driver.just to invert the logic for a mosfet switch =] sadly i cant change the polarity of the trigger, it is active high, and my circuits switch is active low.
sorry "in front of the driver"?I hope you are going to put it in front of the driver.
What is the MOSFET driver? Is it an IC, or is it discrete? Give us a part number, or a schematic (preferred).
How fast does it have to switch?
What is the minimum pulse width?
Why can't you change the polarity coming out of the PIC32? Don't you have control of the software?sorry "in front of the driver"?
no sorry when i said mosfet switch.. its a p-channel mosfet, acting as a switch, its a bodge to correct a prototype circuit, but the pin it would be driven by is active high auto controlled by the pic32 im using.
it doesnt have to switch fast, its just an on/off style switch.. power on, power off.. i just needed to invert the polarity to make sure it worked correctly.
Yes. Rds(on) needs to be specified at or below 5V Vgs. If it isn't the MOSFET may turn on weakly, and the on resistance may be too highits a USB library function controlling the bus voltage
and sorry probably a terminology thing.. "logic level mosfet" i.e. triggerable by logic levels?
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