Pulse Width Modulator
The pulse width
modulator circuit converts a DC input voltage into a train of digital
pulses whose duration (or duty cycle) is proportional to the DC input
voltage value, relative to a reference voltage value, or ground. A
pulse width modulator is ideal for the
accurate control of DC motors, lighting levels, small heaters as well
as other applications. The pulse width modulator circuit converts a DC
voltage into a series
of pulses, such that the pulse duration (or duty cycle) is directly
proportional to the value of the DC voltage at the input. The great
advantage of a pulse width
modulator is that almost no power is lost in the control circuit. The
DC to pulse width modulator circuit is protected against overload and
short circuit faults.
This DC voltage to
pulse width modulator kit K8004 is very easy to assemble. Complete step
by step assembly instructions
are provided. Intermediate skill level assembly and soldering skills, a
small soldering iron, and simple hand tools are all that is required.
Pulse width modulator electronic kit assembly is required.
- power supply: 8 to 35V DC
- maximum output current: 6.5A
- input voltage: between 2.5 and 35V DC
- dimensions: 3.4" x 1.9" x 1.8"
- pulse width modulator electronic kit assembly is required