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Simplified Diagram of P-Channel HEXFET Power MOSFET Circuit

The P-Channel HEXFET Power MOSFET offer simplify circuitry while optimizing performance and parts count. The following diagrams shows a Simplified Circuit of a P-Channel HEXFET Power MOSFET. It has an integral reverse rectifier, whose anode is connected to the drain.

Typical MOSFET Inverter Circuit Diagram

The metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET, MOS-FET, or MOS FET) is a device used for amplifying or switching electronic signals. The following schematic shows typical MOSFET Inverter Circuit Diagram. In this circuit, VDD = 6 volts and the circuit for input voltages of Vin = 0,3, and 6 volts.

Circuit Diagram for Car Alarm and Immobilizer System by Ron J

The following circuit diagram apply for Car Alarm and Immobilizer System. This circuit features exit and entry delays, an intermittent siren output and automatic reset, an instant alarm zone. You can immobilize the vehicle and flash the lights just by adding an external relays. The circuit uses a Cmos 4011. It has four two-input NAND gates. These gates only have a low output when both inputs are high. While at least one input is low – the output pin will remain high. The electronic components used include resistor, transistor, diodes, CMOS IC, zener, capacitor, 25 watt electrolytic and a relay.

Circuit Diagram for Headphone Amplifier from RedCircuits

The following circuit diagram shows detail electrical schematic for high quality unit headphone amplifier. This circuit diagram consists of a log potentiometer, resistor, polyester capacitor, electrolytic capacitor, ceramic capacitor, low noise dual op-amp, NPN transistor and audio input socket. This headphone amplifier can be directly connected to CD players, tuners and tape recorders.

2 Watt Amplifier Circuit Diagram

The following circuit diagram is made for a 2 watt audio amplifier. This amplifier has a wide frequency response, low harmonic distortion about 1.5%, and is capable of driving an 8 ohm speaker to output levels of around 5 watts with slightly higher distortion. Find more information about 2 Watt Amplifier Circuit Diagram here.