level shifter 3.3V -> 12V

i want a convertissor dc/dc based on mosfet anyhelp?

by lyy123
February 19, 2024

Look for a DC-DC BOOSTER on eBay (check the shipping cost, often excessive) or at your electronic store.

Also check the current. By the principle of conservation of energy, if you need 1 amp at 12 volt, you will need to supply close to 3.75 amp at 3.3 volt.

by vanderghast
February 19, 2024

Note that if you are looking to drive a PMOS from an Arduino board, you can look at 3 circuits to drive PMOS from an Arduino board.

by vanderghast
February 19, 2024

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by jumlouh
March 07, 2024

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