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An transconductance (using voltage to control current) electronic component used for switching and amplification. Acronym for Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor. (from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transistor)

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some time the FS8205 MOSFET, has burnt up badly it had bursted to smokes, did not understand why this scenario arised, i'm sure i've checked the battery polarity twice before i connected. Hope maybe some of you have experienced this scenario and what could be the possible reason for this? Thanks. …
asked Jul 30 '18 by Shiv
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I’m charging a Li-ion 3.7 V, 3500 mAh using a TP4056 charge controller IC and feeding a 6 V, 9 W monocrystalline solar panel to charge it. When I connect the solar panel at good sun light at 2 PM in …
asked Jun 19 '18 by Shiv
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terminals. I've also measured the voltages at the respective ICs as below. The DW01A which is the battery protection IC, which is sole responsible for driving the MOSFET FS8205a. The voltages of this IC … are as below. The pin1 of DW01A (OD pin) which is responsible for MOSFET gate connection pin for over discharge is at 0 V, when I connected the battery. (This pin voltage needs to be high in order to …
asked Jul 2 '18 by Shiv