Looking for a small compact board to power up your high current relays, solenoids or LEDs? Well, look no further this new 4 channel Mosfetti by Monk Makes board is just what you need for driving up to 2 Amps per channel (2.5A max total) and up to 16V DC power.
The Mosfetti is a 4 channel MOSFET switch designed for maker projects. It is supplied as a PCB with surface mount components attached and header pins and screw terminals as a kit for the customer to solder if desired. Designed for use with RVs, model railroads, strobe lights, irrigation pumps or anything else you may want to control with ease!
Resettable ‘polyfuse’ to protect against over-current, 2.5A max total
Power indicator LED
LED indicator for each channel
Low-side switching up to 2A per channel
Flyback diode on each channel for inductive loads such as pumps, motors, relays or solenoids
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