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This is my first question so sorry for the wrong format or any issue.

For example this MOSFET in the first page mentioned that it is a logic MOSFET.

But is this transistor a logic MOSFET as well? It says VGS(th) is between 2V and 4V. In some forums they claim this is not a logic MOSFET. Im kind of confused what parameter indicates being logic MOSFET.

EDIT:

I simulated the following circuit swept the gate voltage from zero to 10V:

enter image description here

And I got the following plots for Vg(blue plot) and the power(green plot):

enter image description here

And here is Ids versus Vg:enter image description here

Doesn't the power plot indicate as long as the Vgs is over 4V we can use this as a switch?

This is my first question so sorry for the wrong format or any issue.

For example this MOSFET in the first page mentioned that it is a logic MOSFET.

But is this transistor a logic MOSFET as well? It says VGS(th) is between 2V and 4V. In some forums they claim this is not a logic MOSFET. Im kind of confused what parameter indicates being logic MOSFET.

EDIT:

I simulated the following circuit swept the gate voltage from zero to 10V:

enter image description here

And I got the following plots for Vg(blue plot) and the power(green plot):

enter image description here

And here is Ids versus Vg:enter image description here

Doesn't the power plot indicate as long as the Vgs is over 4V we can use this as a switch?

For example this MOSFET in the first page mentioned that it is a logic MOSFET.

But is this transistor a logic MOSFET as well? It says VGS(th) is between 2V and 4V. In some forums they claim this is not a logic MOSFET. Im kind of confused what parameter indicates being logic MOSFET.

EDIT:

I simulated the following circuit swept the gate voltage from zero to 10V:

enter image description here

And I got the following plots for Vg(blue plot) and the power(green plot):

enter image description here

And here is Ids versus Vg:enter image description here

Doesn't the power plot indicate as long as the Vgs is over 4V we can use this as a switch?

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This is my first question so sorry for the wrong format or any issue.

For example this MOSFET in the first page mentioned that it is a logic MOSFET.

But is this transistor a logic MOSFET as well? It says VGS(th) is between 2V and 4V. In some forums they claim this is not a logic MOSFET. Im kind of confused what parameter indicates being logic MOSFET.

EDIT:

I simulated the following circuit swept the gate voltage from zero to 10V:

enter image description here

And I got the following plots for Vg(blue plot) and the power(green plot):

enter image description here

And here is Ids versus Vg:enter image description here

Doesn't the power plot indicate as long as the Vgs is over 4V we can use this as a switch?

This is my first question so sorry for the wrong format or any issue.

For example this MOSFET in the first page mentioned that it is a logic MOSFET.

But is this transistor a logic MOSFET as well? It says VGS(th) is between 2V and 4V. In some forums they claim this is not a logic MOSFET. Im kind of confused what parameter indicates being logic MOSFET.

EDIT:

I simulated the following circuit swept the gate voltage from zero to 10V:

enter image description here

And I got the following plots for Vg(blue plot) and the power(green plot):

enter image description here

Doesn't the power plot indicate as long as the Vgs is over 4V we can use this as a switch?

This is my first question so sorry for the wrong format or any issue.

For example this MOSFET in the first page mentioned that it is a logic MOSFET.

But is this transistor a logic MOSFET as well? It says VGS(th) is between 2V and 4V. In some forums they claim this is not a logic MOSFET. Im kind of confused what parameter indicates being logic MOSFET.

EDIT:

I simulated the following circuit swept the gate voltage from zero to 10V:

enter image description here

And I got the following plots for Vg(blue plot) and the power(green plot):

enter image description here

And here is Ids versus Vg:enter image description here

Doesn't the power plot indicate as long as the Vgs is over 4V we can use this as a switch?

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This is my first question so sorry for the wrong format or any issue.

For example this MOSFET in the first page mentioned that it is a logic MOSFET.

But is this transistor a logic MOSFET as well? It says VGS(th) is between 2V and 4V. In some forums they claim this is not a logic MOSFET. Im kind of confused what parameter indicates being logic MOSFET.

EDIT:

I simulated the following circuit swept the gate voltage from zero to 10V:

enter image description here

And I got the following plots for Vg(blue plot) and the power(green plot):

enter image description here

Doesn't the power plot indicate as long as the Vgs is over 4V we can use this as a switch?

This is my first question so sorry for the wrong format or any issue.

For example this MOSFET in the first page mentioned that it is a logic MOSFET.

But is this transistor a logic MOSFET as well? It says VGS(th) is between 2V and 4V. In some forums they claim this is not a logic MOSFET. Im kind of confused what parameter indicates being logic MOSFET.

This is my first question so sorry for the wrong format or any issue.

For example this MOSFET in the first page mentioned that it is a logic MOSFET.

But is this transistor a logic MOSFET as well? It says VGS(th) is between 2V and 4V. In some forums they claim this is not a logic MOSFET. Im kind of confused what parameter indicates being logic MOSFET.

EDIT:

I simulated the following circuit swept the gate voltage from zero to 10V:

enter image description here

And I got the following plots for Vg(blue plot) and the power(green plot):

enter image description here

Doesn't the power plot indicate as long as the Vgs is over 4V we can use this as a switch?

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