Low-side switch for turning on/off devices connected to 3S/4S lithium battery packsDesigned by Tom's Bespoke Widgets in United States of America
This load switch lets you turn on or off devices that use XT60 connectors. It takes between 10 and 18 volts input (appropriate for 3S or 4S lithium batteries) and can be controlled by a low-current …Read More…
This load switch lets you turn on or off devices that use XT60 connectors. It takes between 10 and 18 volts input (appropriate for 3S or 4S lithium batteries) and can be controlled by a low-current 3.3v or 5v input, for example from a microcontroller. The input is isolated from the rest of the circuit, so you don't have to worry about what voltage your microcontroller is at relative to the circuit you want to switch. When off, current is blocked in both directions so you can use this for charging or discharging.
|On Resistance||MilliOhms||About 7 (see 1)|
|Max Current||Amps||At least 10 (see 2)|
|Control On Voltage||Volts||about 2.0|
|Control Current @5V||MilliAmps||<1|
|Turn On time||Microseconds||about 15|
|Turn Off Time||Microseconds||about 150|
(1) Estimated (2) About 25A continuous should be fine, but I don't have the equipment to test this
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Middleton, WI, United States of America
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