I'm sure this is very elementary for most of you, but I'm just a hobbyist who is using MOSFETS for the first time. This is pretty simple, switching a load of LEDs via PWM for dimming. The LED load consist of an inline constant current regulator (OnSemi NSI50350AS in one instance) and can be anywhere from 9-24V @ .35-1A. The processor is an Xmega8E5 @ 3.3V. I'm trying to keep cost low as there will be 18 of these circuits on each board and I need to make 5 boards. I've researched schematics and theory on various sites and stared at so many datasheets my eyes are glossy. Am I headed down the right path with this or am I interpreting the data wrong? Will the MOSFETS I've chosen be in spec and are the pull up / pull downs adequate? Appreciate whatever help or verification I can get on this.
CH1: 3.3v logic from Xmega
CH1-3 Header: output to LED/CCR load @ .35-1A
N Channel MOSFET - NXP 2N7002PW - http://www.mouser.com/ProductDet...
P Chanel MOSFET - OnSemi NTR4171P - http://www.mouser.com/ProductDet...