Member Since: November 30, 2006

Country: United States


Hacker. Embedded LInux. Linux Kernel Programming. Expertise with all things digital, IoT, etc.

Also into Cloud Computing on AWS.

  • This little guy can control 60V at 27A
    Read the spec sheet carefully, specifically Figure 9 on page 4 (for P-channel) or Figure 4 on page 3 (N-Channel). You have to stay inside the thick black line (assuming DC). I wish it were better labeled, but that means: (1A at 60V) or (27A at 3.5V) or (around 22A at 5V) or (around 8A at 12V), etc.
    This really should be pointed out on the product pages. Hey, who wants to hear my idea for another SparkFun quiz?!?

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