i think ive overlooked what a mosfet can actually do.
basically im using an attiny45 to run a model planes lighting. one of the wings are "shot off" so i indent on making 2 sets of 2 leds fade alternatively to simulate fire in the smoke (using coon wool for the effect)
so im using 2n7000 mosfets for the flashing leds that will go to the wingtips, white strobe lights and static led to illuminate the cockpit (im actually only using one led per bit, so 1 green, 1 red, 1 white static on, and 1 white flashing then running fiber optic stand to transfer the light where it needs to be)
however the 2 pwm pins are like this:
pin 0 = 1x yellow + 1x red fading on and off
pin 1 = 1x amber + 1x red fading on and off alternately to pin 0
all the pins are running the mosfet just so the IC doesnt get overloaded by driving too much current through the whole thing.
so i need a mosfet or alternative to put on the PWM pins so those 2 pins dont fritz out and blow the chip.