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I actually designed converters for a company way back when and have viewed a multitude of other designs that were similar that were designed by other people that had a lot of knowledge in the field. I’m sure marketing probably still has a hand in making sure it’s listed as a “feature. Yes, but it says nothing about using it for inductive loads.

If you read the actual datasheets on the product, nowhere does it say the body diode should be datsheet for inductive loads. However, i have a geometry question that is burning my lips ddatasheet i only see my father in two days Datashee problem is that obviously geometry is involved and i dont have very advanced notions i am 14 after all and Articles Top Articles Search resources. As a final note, we’d also have to look at the effect of the negative voltage on the drain when the diode conducts, which might force us to have to use a gate drive signal that actually goes a little negative rather than to zero as many designs do N-MOSFET application.

I can state that it is a fact that there are many power converters out there that do not use an ‘extra’ diode in parallel with the MOSFET, and depend entirely on the integral body diode to take care of the back emf of any inductive loads.

I have doubts that it is a more practical way of doing with npn and pnp combo I datashwet need to urf511 where to place the flyback diode please. Also place a pF ceramic cap between the drain and source of all the mosfets. This is probably the biggest factor in determining if you can use the internal diode or not.


On the other hand, if the device overheats or has to be used in high heat environment then it would probably not work well to use that internal diode. Sure, many people get away with it, but why take the chance when a simple schottkey is much better at the job anyway.

But, why take the chance in blowing up your mosfets because you don’t want to use an extra diode that costs a few cents? Read these app notes from International Rectifier and Fairchild about mosfets Click here to register now. Yes, place them on the drain and source of each mosfet. Welcome to our site! Place 18v zeners between the gate and source to eliminate transient high voltages and self-latching.

Just saying hello Started by MichaelaJoy Yesterday at 6: Place the freewheel diode as close to the motor as possible. If you look on any data sheet you will find that that particular diode has a rather high forward voltage, much higher than an external Schottky would have for example.

If the application can stand the extra loss in power and the device itself wont overheat, then there is no reason not to use the internal diode.

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By freewheel diode, do you mean fly back diode? That is probably just something added by the creator of that web page. Replacing a 4 pin leaded inductor with a 2 pin Started by gkmaia Yesterday at Was thinking single direction, even though you obviously said h-bridge.

The extra power dissipation has to be carefully examined relative to the application. They both say using the body diode for inductive current can blow the fet.

h-bridge fet transistors ?

I’m sure many people think that’s why they are there, just from looking at the datasheets. BEAM Circuits rif511 Steve Bolt’s H-bridges In my drawings i only used n-channel irf to source the motor and to complete the circuit to the – terminal of the battery but on that website, two type are use npn and pnp. To get my h-bridge to move, i need sensor, mine is a ir sharp range finder on a servo motor i might also make a version with an lcd screen and sonar range finder to see in total dark the range finder moves of 1 degree, takes the range of the object in front of it and repeat, like a sort of datashewt.

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Sorry, was braindead on the diode. This helps reduce the ringing effect from the transistor turning on and off. Secondary usually is the reverse recovery, which can be longer than an external carefully located high speed diode. Right on the motor if you can.

The bottom line is that whether or not you urf511 use the integral body diode depends on the application, in how much power that diode will have to dissipate. That just seems silly to me. Thank you evryone to had answered my questions so fast, electro-tech-online really is a great community. If so, because the current will go in both direction in the motor, placing a diode will shortcut the whole thing.

On the other hand, a very high speed H bridge may benefit from adding extra diodes because doing that, if not anything else, moves some of the heat out of the transistor package and therefore keeps it cooler. A careful analysis has to be made and some prototype measurements would verify the need for any extra diodes.

Thank you if you post of course.