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From the table on the second page and the given the pin numbers 18, 16, 14, 12 I think the labels should be as the following image: Here is the equivalent, correctdiagram from the previous revision D datasheet – see the header text “SCLS D ” below:.
Null 4, 10 22 Notice the text “SCLS E ” on the header of most pages in the current e13007r, which tells us that it is revision E. They shows typical characteristics for one device that has a VGS off voltage of 4. In dataasheet my many years I’ve never seen a data sheet from Fairchild that was this contrary lol.
Seemed pretty obvious to me that 1. Sign up using Email and Password.
E13007F View Datasheet(PDF) – Fairchild Semiconductor
daasheet It makes a mistake IMHO in that the 4. That data sheet is a wrong IMHO but first, a bit of background. Email Required, but never shown. Datashwet the datasheet it dwtasheet in the characteristics table as well that the V GS off is 2. A couple of the graphs are below so you don’t have to trawl through the datasheet. You may find it useful to refer to the datasheet of the original manufacturer- it was Motorola, spun off some years ago as ON Semi.
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It probably is 2 datasjeet max so ignore the 4. So back to the front page and the specification in the table is incomplete in my opinion. MrPhooky yes, VGS off is fixed for any device and in the two graphs in my answer they demonstrate what a 4. To turn the device off you raise the gate-source voltage positively.
I wonder how many other people were confused by them, in the 2 years since those mistakes was introduced! What am I doing wrong?
Curvers are for tr and td. The graph on the left is for a negative drain current and the graph on the right for a positive drain current. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Here is the equivalent, correctdiagram from the previous revision D datasheet – see the header text “SCLS D ” below: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Well done for finding the mistakes.
So excuse the noob like question is VGS off a fixed value? Question asked on TI forum: Not the first time either.
Using the J as an example, datashheet lists a range of JFETs that are basically the same device but, due to manufacturing process variations have different VGS off voltages: It can be found here or directly here PDF. Andy aka k 10 On the first page I don’t understand the logic diagram: Spehro Pefhany k 4 MrPhooky 1, 5 13