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Arduino HexBridge power conversion shield

A 48v, 30 amp MOSFET array that sits on the back of an Arduino, giving it more power to control things than an Arduino ever should. A mostly scolton with some charlesg effort.

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Hi, great work, do you share more information or sell the kit ? I’m trying to do it since 2 month…

Posted over 6 years by loran2k

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Category: Research | Updated 6 years ago

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June 23, 2010 04:18
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