Small board with logic level SOT-23 MOSFET and gate-source resistorDesigned by Azzy's Electronics, Ships from United States of America
This is a simple SOT-23 mosfet breakout to 0.1" holes, with the same pinout as TO-220 FETs, with an integrated gate-source pulldown (or up) resistor. SOT-23 MOSFETs are readily available with much ...Read More…
This is a simple SOT-23 mosfet breakout to 0.1" holes, with the same pinout as TO-220 FETs, with an integrated gate-source pulldown (or up) resistor. SOT-23 MOSFETs are readily available with much better performance at low Vgs than through-hole transistors - the selection of MOSFETs in through-hole packages that work below 4.5V on the gate is very poor. With these high performance SOT-23 MOSFET breakout boards, you can switch loads up to several amps directly from your 3.3v - or even lower - projects, without having to solder tiny SMD transistors. Suitable for connection to 0.1" pin header (and from there, into breadboard), KK-100 connectors, any other connector with pins on 0.1" centers, or to directly attached wires.
Sold in panels of 6 - the panel can be easily broken apart by hand. Pulldowns are 10k. Solder mask color may vary.
All boards (except those with SI2302s on them) are marked with a colored dot (in durable enamel) to identify them, listed in parenthesis.
Specs from datasheet. Continuous current ratings taken for lowest Vgs for which this parameter was specified - current rating may be higher (and Rdson lower) with higher Vgs. Rdson in ohms.
Need beefier fets? Check out my 4-channel driver board - Vds 20v, Vgs 2.5v, 20A and an even higher rated version
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