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P-Mosfet Datasheet

The goal is that 5V (or logic high) appears on U3 when there is logic low on U4 and logic high on U2. That 0V (or logic low) appears on U3 when there is logic high on U4 and logic high on U2 or logic low on U2 independantly of U4

I'm using the P-MOSFET (BSS84P), SOT32-2, on hand soldered prototype board with wires, and I hope I use it properly but they fail abnormally often.

When it fails, most often, the current fails to pass when the gate is at logic low. Sometimes it fails to stop the current from crossing the mosfet when the gate is high. But it never change. When it fails, it's either all the time open or all the time close, no matter what voltage is applied to the gate or elsewhere.

Now I read that the "Continuous drain current" is rated -0.17A. Is it possible that this P-MOSFET is for negative current? Negative on the drain means positive on the source, isn't it? Vds is also negative. But here again it's the voltage of the drain relative to source.

I don't understand the reason for the failures:

  • Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

  • Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

  • Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

  • Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

  • Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • When it works the circuit works as expected. Multiple times.

  • They often fail after I unsoldered and resoldered wires to the pins when making change on the prototype board. Visual inspection shows that the connection should be OK. I soldered countless SOT32 devices without any problem, including N-Mosfets.

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P-Mosfet Datasheet

The goal is that 5V (or logic high) appears on U3 when there is logic low on U4 and logic high on U2. That 0V (or logic low) appears on U3 when there is logic high on U4 and logic high on U2 or logic low on U2 independantly of U4

I'm using the P-MOSFET (BSS84P), SOT32-2, on hand soldered prototype board with wires, and I hope I use it properly but they fail abnormally often.

When it fails, most often, the current fails to pass when the gate is at logic low. Sometimes it fails to stop the current from crossing the mosfet when the gate is high. But it never change. When it fails, it's either all the time open or all the time close, no matter what voltage is applied to the gate or elsewhere.

Now I read that the "Continuous drain current" is rated -0.17A. Is it possible that this P-MOSFET is for negative current? Negative on the drain means positive on the source, isn't it? Vds is also negative. But here again it's the voltage of the drain relative to source.

I don't understand the reason for the failures:

  • Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

  • Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

  • Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

  • Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

  • Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • When it works the circuit works as expected. Multiple times.

  • They often fail after I unsoldered and resoldered wires to the pins when making change on the prototype board. Visual inspection shows that the connection should be OK. I soldered countless SOT32 devices without any problem, including N-Mosfets.

schematic

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

P-Mosfet Datasheet

The goal is that 5V (or logic high) appears on U3 when there is logic low on U4 and logic high on U2. That 0V (or logic low) appears on U3 when there is logic high on U4 and logic high on U2 or logic low on U2 independantly of U4

I'm using the P-MOSFET (BSS84P), SOT32-2, on hand soldered prototype board with wires, and I hope I use it properly but they fail abnormally often.

When it fails, most often, the current fails to pass when the gate is at logic low. Sometimes it fails to stop the current from crossing the mosfet when the gate is high. But it never change. When it fails, it's either all the time open or all the time close, no matter what voltage is applied to the gate or elsewhere.

Now I read that the "Continuous drain current" is rated -0.17A. Is it possible that this P-MOSFET is for negative current? Negative on the drain means positive on the source, isn't it? Vds is also negative. But here again it's the voltage of the drain relative to source.

I don't understand the reason for the failures:

  • Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

  • Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

  • Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

  • Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

  • Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • When it works the circuit works as expected. Multiple times.

  • They often fail after I unsoldered and resoldered wires to the pins when making change on the prototype board. Visual inspection shows that the connection should be OK. I soldered countless SOT32 devices without any problem, including N-Mosfets.

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simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

P-Mosfet Datasheet

The goal is that 5V (or logic high) appears on U3 when there is logic low on U4 and logic high on U2. That 0V (or logic low) appears on U3 when there is logic high on U4 and logic high on U2 or logic low on U2 independantly of U4

I'm using the P-MOSFET (BSS84P), SOT32-2, on hand soldered prototype board with wires, and I hope I use it properly but they fail abnormally often.

When it fails, most often, the current fails to pass when the gate is at logic low. Sometimes it fails to stop the current from crossing the mosfet when the gate is high. But it never change. When it fails, it's either all the time open or all the time close, no matter what voltage is applied to the gate or elsewhere.

Now I read that the "Continuous drain current" is rated -0.17A. Is it possible that this P-MOSFET is for negative current? Negative on the drain means positive on the source, isn't it? Vds is also negative. But here again it's the voltage of the drain relative to source.

I don't understand the reason for the failures:

  • Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

  • Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

  • Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

  • Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

  • Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • When it works the circuit works as expected. Multiple times.

  • They often fail after I unsoldered and resoldered wires to the pins when making change on the prototype board. Visual inspection shows that the connection should be OK. I soldered countless SOT32 devices without any problem, including N-Mosfets.

schematic

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

P-Mosfet Datasheet

I'm using the P-MOSFET (BSS84P), SOT32-2, on hand soldered prototype board with wires, and I hope I use it properly but they fail abnormally often. Now I read that the "Continuous drain current" is rated -0.17A. Is it possible that this P-MOSFET is for negative current? Negative on the drain means positive on the source, isn't it? Vds is also negative. But here again it's the voltage of the drain relative to source.

I don't understand the reason for the failures:

  • Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

  • Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

  • Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

  • Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

  • Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • When it works the circuit works as expected. Multiple times.

  • They often fail after I unsoldered and resoldered wires to the pins when making change on the prototype board. Visual inspection shows that the connection should be OK. I soldered countless SOT32 devices without any problem, including N-Mosfets.

schematic

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

P-Mosfet Datasheet

The goal is that 5V (or logic high) appears on U3 when there is logic low on U4 and logic high on U2. That 0V (or logic low) appears on U3 when there is logic high on U4 and logic high on U2 or logic low on U2 independantly of U4

I'm using the P-MOSFET (BSS84P), SOT32-2, on hand soldered prototype board with wires, and I hope I use it properly but they fail abnormally often.

When it fails, most often, the current fails to pass when the gate is at logic low. Sometimes it fails to stop the current from crossing the mosfet when the gate is high. But it never change. When it fails, it's either all the time open or all the time close, no matter what voltage is applied to the gate or elsewhere.

Now I read that the "Continuous drain current" is rated -0.17A. Is it possible that this P-MOSFET is for negative current? Negative on the drain means positive on the source, isn't it? Vds is also negative. But here again it's the voltage of the drain relative to source.

I don't understand the reason for the failures:

  • Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

  • Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

  • Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

  • Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

  • Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • When it works the circuit works as expected. Multiple times.

  • They often fail after I unsoldered and resoldered wires to the pins when making change on the prototype board. Visual inspection shows that the connection should be OK. I soldered countless SOT32 devices without any problem, including N-Mosfets.

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schematic

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P-Mosfet Datasheet

I'm using the P-MOSFET (BSS84P), SOT32-2, on hand soldered prototype board with wires, and I hope I use it properly but they fail abnormally often. Now I read that the "Continuous drain current" is rated -0.17A. Is it possible that this P-MOSFET is for negative current? Negative on the drain means positive on the source, isn't it? Vds is also negative. But here again it's the voltage of the drain relative to source.

I don't understand the reason for the failures:

-Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

-Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

-Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

-Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

-Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

  • Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

  • Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

  • Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

  • Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • When it works the circuit works as expected. Multiple times.

  • ItThey often fail after I unsoldered and resoldered wires to the pins when making change on the prototype board. Visual inspection shows that the connection should be OK. I soldered countless SOT32 devices without any problem, including N-Mosfets.

schematic

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

P-Mosfet Datasheet

I'm using the P-MOSFET (BSS84P), SOT32-2, on hand soldered prototype board with wires, and I hope I use it properly but they fail abnormally often. Now I read that the "Continuous drain current" is rated -0.17A. Is it possible that this P-MOSFET is for negative current? Negative on the drain means positive on the source, isn't it? Vds is also negative. But here again it's the voltage of the drain relative to source.

I don't understand the reason for the failures:

-Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

-Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

-Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

-Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

-Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • When it works the circuit works as expected. Multiple times

  • It often fail after I unsoldered and resoldered wires to the pins when making change on the prototype board. Visual inspection shows that the connection should be OK. I soldered countless SOT32 devices without any problem, including N-Mosfets.

schematic

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

P-Mosfet Datasheet

I'm using the P-MOSFET (BSS84P), SOT32-2, on hand soldered prototype board with wires, and I hope I use it properly but they fail abnormally often. Now I read that the "Continuous drain current" is rated -0.17A. Is it possible that this P-MOSFET is for negative current? Negative on the drain means positive on the source, isn't it? Vds is also negative. But here again it's the voltage of the drain relative to source.

I don't understand the reason for the failures:

  • Outputs to S and G are between 0 and 5V (I don't think negative voltage may have appeared at these pins, but certainly not more than 5V.)

  • Outputs comes from IC's (for example 74HC595 shift register) or other MOSFET (N or P) (pull-up etc). It's difficult to give you a precise schematic because I noticed the failures in various situations. So let's consider the chemartic above. It's intended for CMOS logic.

  • Input is also an IC's (last I tried was 74HC595 shift register.) Here again, I can't confirm it failed only when linked on this ic. Just that I'm working with it now.

  • Resistor value is 140R. Sometimes I used without any resistor when I forget to put it. It doesn't seem related to the presence or absence of this resistor.

  • Sometimes it failed either immediately or never worked. Sometimes I have to replace it once or twice before it works.

  • When it works the circuit works as expected. Multiple times.

  • They often fail after I unsoldered and resoldered wires to the pins when making change on the prototype board. Visual inspection shows that the connection should be OK. I soldered countless SOT32 devices without any problem, including N-Mosfets.

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