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Is there a Digi-Key BOM for Tronics AMC and H-bridge?

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Building Q&A / FAQ' started by fifty, Jun 24, 2011.

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    I'm getting the PCBs sent from New Zealand, just need to populate them. Another project I've worked on ( www.msefi.com ) has an auto-populated Digi-Key BOM to order the parts. Is there anything like that for this project?

    Thanks,
    Iain
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    Here is a Mouser BOM for Tronic's DIY dual Mosfet H-bridge and the AVR :

    tronic-s-diy-dual-mosfet-h-bridge-dsmhb-t820-40.html#p7203

    And an updated list:
    tronic-s-diy-dual-mosfet-h-bridge-dsmhb-t820-40.html#p7239


    There is a small error in the part list! The IRFZ44 part is actually the IRL44N model
    (There is difference between IRFZ44 and IRLZ44N !!!! You need the IRLZ44N ones!!!!!!
    The ones without N are not able to fully turn on by the 5v logical system of the h-bridge! )


    Hope this helps someone.
    Iain
    Little Rock, AR
    and Adelaide, Australia