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I would like from a pi, to drive a current of 48A and regulate voltage between 30-41V (1440-1968W !). Furthermore, this current will be split into 6 input, and I would like to be able to switch on/off those 6 outputs independently.

Do you recommend any tech (MOSFET) and any (dev) board to achieve this, avoiding extensive soldering operations and designs ? Ou should I really design my own PCB and so on ?

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  • this is not a question about the Raspberry Pi ... look at sites that deal with drones
    – jsotola
    Feb 26 at 19:26
  • I want to do this with a pi: in which way it si not related to pi ? Why drones ?
    – Soleil
    Feb 26 at 21:56
  • drones run high current electric motors
    – jsotola
    Feb 26 at 22:43
  • any driver board you would use for Raspberry Pi, you could also use for an arduino, or beaglebone ... that makes your question not specific to RPi
    – jsotola
    Feb 26 at 22:45
  • @jsotola Well that's not obvious at all and that (exactly) could be part of an answer here.
    – Soleil
    Feb 26 at 23:27

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