QuoteMy favourite IC is the I2C 4-channel true colour Avago ADJD-S371 / ADJD-S311 sensor.How does it compare with this board?? http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=10665501753 (I have one of these and I will test it soon..., maybe sell)
My favourite IC is the I2C 4-channel true colour Avago ADJD-S371 / ADJD-S311 sensor.
That's a very interesting chip. Where can we get it? Price?? Nice work on your article!
921 600 bps ( = 14.7456 MHz / 8 )
Please offer comments, suggestions etc...!!
A small low current MOSFET that seems to work fine at logic levels is the 2N7000
Quote from: justjed on Sep 27, 2011, 01:19 amThought you were going to put some voltage regulators in there?There are so many possibilities and applications that I seems like that's a category of it's own... I'll be detailing that soon...Not sure if "one of everything" is good, or "enough to really build something" is better??What do you think?
Thought you were going to put some voltage regulators in there?
OK, Here's my second pass at a $10 assortment of Power FETS (I talked myself out of the first one ):$10 Power Field Effect Transistor Assortment (10 FETS) quantityPart #Description Volts Amps @gate V RDSon Package2 IRF540 NFET 80 20 11 0.077 TO-2202 IRF9540 PFET 80 20 -11 0.12 TO-220 2 IRF740 NFET 400 10 10 0.55 TO-220 2 IRF3205 NFET 50 80 10 0.008 TO-2202 IRF4905 PFET 50 50 -10 0.02 TO-2204 2N7000 NFET 60 0.2 5 1.8 TO-92 **Added10 LM555 "Timer" IC used as FET Gate Driver DIP-8...Please offer comments, suggestions etc...!!
As the 'Book of 5 Rings' says "I have no favorite weapon"I make use of whatever I happen to have available or can scrounge up as a sample XD
IMO it is a big mistake not to include a logic-level power mosfet.
There are a good selection of octal NPN packages for low-side switching, but are there any complimentary OCTAL PNP high-side switch parts?
The STP40NF10L is about $1.75 at Mouser and I'll ask my partner Peng to look for it at some of the other 900+ suppliers in the SEG market.
there's the STP16NF06L at around half the price of the STP40NF10L, but rated 60v 16A instead of 100v 40A.