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2x 2N7000 - N-Channel MOSFETtransistor - 200mA 60 Vdc

TRN-FET-2N7000-2

MOSFET transistor - Channel N

  • Type: N Channel
  • Id: 200mA
  • Vdds: 60 V Dc
  • Rds: 1.2 ohm
  • Vgs: 2.1V
  • TO92

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Description

A MOSFET (type N) transistor with 200mA current

This transistor is the equivalet of the NPN transistor but with a MOSFET N Channel. It has a RDS(on) (Drain-Source) around 1.5 Ohms and can drive a current relatively big for its size without an excessive power dissipation (heat).

The other point interesting with the transistor is the Vgs(th) switching voltage (Gate Threasold Voltage) around 2.1 Volts (it depends on the temperature and the building batch), so the transistor could be used with 5V and 3.3V, the switching voltage of the transistor seems to stay under 2.5V (as mentionned in the datasheet). 

The Channel-N / Type-N are very useful and widely used... exactly like the NPN transistor. The N Channel MOSFET are more common than their P channel equivalent (a P channel is like a PNP transistor).

This product is not a power transistor like our STP16NF06 oe l'IRF540 ... some of the most popular Power MOSFET in the Maker's world.
The 2N700 transistor will be more suited to amplify a digital signal, drive a relay, drive LEDs or any commutation application.

We can also suggest the usage of 100 KOhms resistors (as suggested in our tutorial)

Content

  • 2 x MOSFET Channel-N - 2N2700

Technical details

  • 2N2700 datasheet (2N7000.pdf)
  • Category: Small Signal Switch
  • Channel Type: N
  • Maximum Continuous Drain Current: 200 mA
  • Maximum Drain Source Resistance: 1.5 ohm
  • Mounting Type: Through Hole
  • Package Type: TO-92
  • Pin Count: 3

Tutorial

  • We have a small tutorial "Hobby motor Mini kit" (in french) wich uses a STP16NF06 Power Mosfet.
    The way of using this transistor is similar except the fact that it is not designed to drive high loads as a motors.

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