How to build a Mosfet Chip with Raspberry Pi, Arduino and an iPad
A Mosfet circuit boards are cheap, fast, and easy to build with an iPad, Raspberry Pi and a Mosfets microcontroller.
Mosfet boards are used for high speed communications.
In this tutorial we’ll show you how to build your own Mosfet chip.
Mosfet boards are very inexpensive and simple to build, and the Raspberry Pi is a great platform to get started.
A Mosfett board can also be used for fast Ethernet, WiFi, and Bluetooth communication.
Mosfer boards are a little more complex to build.
The Pi’s GPIO pins are used to drive the Mosfette chip, and that’s why you need to use an Arduino to connect to the Mosfet.
Mosfin boards require some assembly, and there are instructions on how to make one here.
If you have a Pi 2, you can make a Mosfin board using the Pi GPIO pins and solder it on to a breadboard.
MosFet boards can also work with an Arduino and some other low-cost microcontrollers.
For more detailed instructions on assembling Mosfetts, see the MosFett FAQ.