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Hi, I have a circuit that shift voltage level of +3.3VDC pulse of 50uSec to +28VDC , The VGS maximum of the mosfet is 20VDC, the 47uF CAPACITOR give the current to 95ohm load, so i want to protect the mosfet, is a the connection of the zener correct ? The zener of +15VDC, Is voltage margin of 5VDC enough ? Regards, Doron
I now see the reason for the arrow in the current source. It is negative conventional current produced by a current source that must have a negative supply voltage since the base of the npn transistor is at ground. If the gate of an enhancement N-channel mosfet is also at ground then the current source also must be powered from a negative (...)
1. The device is called Nmosfet rather than npn mosfet. There's no p semiconductor material involved in the active transistor design, just a p substrate. 2. By connecting drain to negative battery terminal, the substrate diode which is included with any 3-terminal mosfet is forward biased, shorting the (...)
You are not using a PNP transistor, it is an npn. Your mosfet is shown connected upside down. Its diode is conducting all the time because you have its drain at the positive supply. A P-channel mosfet has the positive supply on its source and the load to ground on its drain.
So i now will be using IGBT and the question is quite simple do the Collector is used where drain comes on a mosfet and does the emitter is used in place of source? I have attached a schematic where i have written the IGBT pinouts and could you please tell me that they are correct? thanks.124284
No, you will have to use another mosfet/npn transistor.
Also show the part number of the transistor so we can see if its pins are EBC North American, CBE European or ECB Asian, and so we can see if it is an npn. a PNP, a Jfet or a mosfet. The output current from the 555 can be as high as 200mA. If you connect it directly to the base of an npn transistor that (...)
There is a different class of transistor switch with ultralow Vce and Rce with higher hFE and gain at saturation. I wont get into the epitaxial differences but instead of 10:1 Ic:Ib specs for switch operation they are 50:1 and usually specialized by Diodes Inc and some others. They also class the devices for npn with Rce like mosfets
2SK623 is in a TO247 package 20A mosfet. But the TO92 transistor looks more like a npn transistor S8050 and the complement is S8550. See datasheet have redrawn the schematic as attache
With a +12.0V supply and a 200mA load some 555 ICs have a maximum output voltage of +9.5V as listed on its datasheet. If you add a high current P-channel mosfet then the output will be close to +12.0V with plenty of Amps.
Actually, it is about -1 at the gate of the mosfet. The gain is approximately given by -(R3/R7) or -1.0. Could someone explain the purpose of C4 and R10?
2N7000 is a Nmosfet while the replacements you list are npn transistors. See if helps
Hey peoples, i need your help here trying to power up a fan using a FET transistor. Fan has 3 wire . Red Black Yellow 84023 This is the mosfet im using. 84024 and i also believe there is this component that my supervisor gave me but i can't find the details and the datasheet. i believe i
Hello, Sorry if this topic was covered already. I need a transistor (preferentially an npn) for an current source generator. It seems that on the datasheets such VA doesn't appear. Is there a way to calculate it from the other parameters? I have to choose a npn for a current source with the output impedance in the range of 100 Mohm. For
It is your luck that the string is current regulating in itself .However , be vary since unbalance in currents /voltage drops across each will tend to fuse one and have the compensation provided by the other . In any case is is advisable to have a mosfet regulator for each LED with 350mA provided to drain.. You can use transistor regulators too wit
You can have complementary dual transistors (two chips in package) like BC846PN or BC817UPN. transistor arrays with dual polarity (classical part CA3096) are still manufactured for special purpose, but I doubt that they are suitable for your application. Complementary mosfet pairs in a package are quire common.
Even if you got the transistor biassing correct, the 1N4007 is not suitable for high frequency rectification, you need a device with faster switching speed. At first glance, if all you are trying to do is create -18V, why not use an npn transistor (or better still a mosfet) , the same positive rail for the output stage as (...)
Hi guys, I have been looking to other people's design and found out that transistor can work as a switch, mosfet can be work as a switch, and opto-isolator can be work as a switch too. What i want to know is, application wise what are the difference between this 3 components?
how to choose "PNP-npn" mosfet transistors, which operates more than 13.56 MHz and around 3 amp? what is the right way to look for a transistor with such specific values?
What I use is invert the G-S arrow , then I read it as a transistor , if the inverted arrow direction is like a npn then it is a N-mosfet , if the inverted arrow direction is like a PNP then it is a P-mosfet. You can also treat that inverted arrow as a diode to figure if the gate should have a lower voltage compared to the (...)
In this instance it?s better to use PNP (or P-channel mosfet), as all what you need to do is pull the base (or Gate) down to GND via a resistor .. If you use npn transistor (I don?t know why you have mixed Source and Emitter ? these are pins of two different types of transistors) then you have to ensure that the Base is at (...)
I can't see in the schematic the connection of the emitter. I your input is the collector and the output is in the emitter then this will not work because the emitter will have a voltage of the base-0.7 (3.3 - 0.7 = 2.6v). You can connect the emitter to the gnd and have the collector as output but you have to connect your device to the 7.7v and th
You have to describe your situation and application in detail. Is it the DC pulse or impulse. Level of the DC? pulse width? The basics would be to turn on a npn transistor and use this transistor to turn on POWER mosfetS, if you need more power add multiple mosfetets in parallel. you can see a simple (...)
Hi You can use any pin who can act as I/O You can't drive relay directly - you will need to use some driver - npn or mosfet transistor All the best Bobi
Hi all, I am implementing a way to protect my recharger output against reverse battery polarity connection. I am using a P-mosfet (low Rds on ON state) and a TIP31C (or any other npn) as its driver, the way that is shown do you think about it ? Do you think it could really work ?
you should connect Vo op amp to totempole circuit that contain 2 transistor after it you should connect tow emitter by resistor to the gate of mosfet toprotect 2 transistor from second break in totempole a pnp &a npn are conected together from emitter and base colector of pnp to Vcc ,colector of npn to (...)
I scanned in this schematic for you to try. In your schematic you use two P-Channel mosfet, the complementary action is achieved by means the npn transistor Q3, just to point because into the previous reply you said use two mosfet P&N instead here is two P mosfet. Thanks. Bye Pow I think yo
A logic level mosfet with sufficient low Ron will have lower voltage drop than darlington transistor.
I want to control a small vibration motor from a 5V TTL level. The motor should run on a separate 3.7V supply, which is able to handle the load. (The control signal is either 0 or 5V, never in between but maybe PWM modulated.) What is the best/easiest way to accomplish this? Will a standard npn transistor allow control of a lesser voltage (3
the way you have biased the circuit is right only also the mosfet is stable even through temperature changes.... i think you have to be careful in the selection of resistors and caps to be used....
i would used P-mosfet and N-mosfet rather transistor for driving motor IRFZ44 would and it's complementary will enough to drive your motor regards
Hi, I need a linear negative power supply that uses a npn or N-Channel power mosfet transistor as power regulator and TL431 as voltage reference and active voltage comparator. Regards, Fernando
Hi all, Im getting a little bit confused as to which mosfet I need. I want it to act with the same 'turn' on characteristics as an npn Bi-polar transistor. E.G High resistance when no voltage is applied to the gate and then a low resistance when a positive voltage is applied to the gate I thought the correct (...)
What it does, it creates a higher voltage at the collector of the npn transistor than the Vdrive voltage. This ensures thet the Gate of the mosfet, drives it completely on so its on-resistance is the lower and hence the waste in heat produced in the mosfet is the minimum. Usually the function of Bootstrap is to increase (...)
Hi, we're currently designing a servo controller for these motors that we've started getting made up . The idea is to make a 'servo beater' for robotics applications, retailing at $15 - $20. Basic specs to include a variety of gearboxes (and nominal RPM outputs 40 ~ 250RPM), quadra
Hi fellows !!!! I need som help bout using mosfet in place of BJT in DC - AC Invertors / UPS Currently am using D313, 2N3055 & som other npn power transistors with 2.5Vbe I tried to use IRFP260 the same way but its not even conducting kindly help me out if it has any different way of operating or any important / basic point. Waiting for a (...)
mosfet is a transistor technology. It is an extention of the field-effect transistor (FET). As with bipolar transistor, where you have npn and PNP, you can have two kind of FET (P-channel and N-channel). When creating integrated circuits, using mainly P-channel mosfet (...)