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IMPORTANT: Because of the measures against Covid-19, Brazil limited international delivery. Until everything normalizes, our store will be paused. We hope to come back soon. We wish strength to all who are affected by this crisis and hope for better days.
IMPORTANT: we ship all our items from Brazil via priority mail or express mail (EMS), and the customer is responsible for customs release and any import duties that may be due in the destination country.
With the Mosfet Nanoshield, you can control high current DC (direct current) devices using the I/O pins of your Arduino. The switching is done using a N-channel power MOSFET in low side mode. the Mosfet Nanoshield is recommended for applications like:
There are four options for which Arduino pin to use (D3#, D5#, D6# and D9#), that can be easily selected via a manual jumper on top of the board. In case these four options are not enough, there are eight more options selectable by solder jumpers on the bottom side of the board (D2, D4, D7, A1, A2, A3, A4 and A5). The MOSFET is turned on whenever there is a high logic level on the selected pin, and turned off when there is a low logic level on it.
Check the full documentation at https://www.circuitar.com/nanoshields/modules/mosfet/
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