Use of a 12V SLA Battery to charge a 450V 2700uF Capacitor with a 45V-390V ZVS Capacitor Charging Module to fire an Electromagnetic Solenoid using Arduino with a MOS Driver Module IRF520.
I want to use: Arduino and use the full capacity of the Capacitor. Standard 5V relays (with Arduino) only go to 250V. Instead I have the MOS Driver.
Problem is I don't know how to connect the Charger + Cap + MOS Driver and keep blowing the 10A fuse on the charger.
I can write sketches to manage the MOS Driver or relays using Arduino.
1. 12V Battery
3. 450V Capacitor
5. ZVS Charging Module
A demo on the layout using a micro switch is on Youtube:
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Scope Of Work
Provide a circuit layout using the available components or
suggest a layout using the main components with suggested added components using a breadboard as base.
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IRF520 transistor can only withstand 100V, change the module to IRF450 transistor it is imperative to protect the transistor from breakdown by a powerful reverse diode or varistor, since the load is inductive