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mosfet pinout?

Post by grant fair » Thu Jun 19, 2003 5:31 pm

The datasheets for several n-channel mosfets don't show the pinout (for TO-229 cases). In particular I am looking for the ITLZ14 and IRFZ44. ALso the p-chanel MTP2955 TO=220.<p>Grant
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Post by Chris Foley » Thu Jun 19, 2003 7:02 pm

If you just need a summary data sheet with pinout, try the NTE Semiconductors Cross Reference page<p>NTE Semiconductor Cross Reference Search Page<p>they have data sheets on the IRFZ44<p>NTE2395 -- Equivalent to IRFZ44<p>and the MTP2955 in the TO-220 case<p>NTE2371 -- Equivalent to MTP2955<p>Your third part draws a blank on a Google check -- maybe it's a house number, or possibly one of the identifier characters is different.<p>[ June 19, 2003: Message edited by: Chris Foley ]</p>

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Re: mosfet pinout?

Post by Edd » Thu Jun 19, 2003 7:14 pm

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Here’s your actual manufactor “dirty” sheets on the two power units U were stymied on. I probably have a few of the old ‘44’s in a back drawer, as they are sort of in the obsolete category nowadays. The ‘2955 ‘s still a mover though. . On the last item , the ITLZ 14 , any chance that manufacturer modified its alpha predecessor to mate up with his brand ??? If it’s the IRFZ14 equivalent it will be in a small plastic housing with a very short heat sink Cu tab sticking from the top. Its basing is gate-drain-source at bottom front perspective. The tab is also common to the drain. . Your URL’s are:<p>http://butler.cc.tut.fi/~mlammila/elekt ... IRFZ44.pdf …..for the ……IRFZ44<p>http://www.physics.ubc.ca/~andre/ph253/ ... P2955V.pdf ……for the…. MTP2955<p>http://www.irf.com/technical-info/appnotes/an-937.pdf …….to “eddie”cate you …..if required.<p>73's de Edd
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Re: mosfet pinout?

Post by grant fair » Thu Jun 19, 2003 10:46 pm

Thanks very much, Ed and Chris. In spite of the fact that I called a TO-220 case a TO-229, and the IRLZ14 a IRTZ14, you got 2 out of 3! These were mistakes, though, not a test.<p>I apologize for my haste and careless, I'll try to do better next time.<p>I assume the pinout for the IRLZ14 is the same as the other two.<p>Grant
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Re: mosfet pinout?

Post by grant fair » Thu Jun 19, 2003 10:51 pm

Ooops! Last post should have said "carelessness". Not too impressive given the context!<p>The NTE cross reference confirmed that the pinout is the same for all three. That's a handy reference and one I did not know. Thanks!<p>Thanks for the "eddie"-cation link, it looks about the right speed for my old brain.<p>Grant
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