In the attributes of a MOSFET, Digi-Key lists several different voltages. I think I understand what most of them are, but there's one I don't understand: "drive voltage."
Let's take this P-channel MOSFET as an example:
So, there's "Drain to Source Voltage", which is 100V, which is the maximum voltage the MOSFET can switch.
There's "Vgs(th)", which is 4V, which is how much the gate voltage has to change in order to get the MOSFET to switch.
There's "Vgs(Max)", which is ±20V, which I'm guessing is the maximum voltage that can be applied to the gate.
Then there's "Drive Voltage", which is 10V. This is the one I don't understand. What does it mean?