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Why does it do this and what determines the value for the V GS off? In the datasheet it says in the characteristics table as well that the V GS off is 2. That data sheet is a wrong IMHO but first, a bit of background.
The device you are wanting to know about is a P channel JFET datashfet these types of transistor conduct drain current when there is zero gate-source voltage. To turn the device off you raise the gate-source voltage positively.
They shows datasheeet characteristics for one device that has a VGS off voltage of 4. It makes a mistake IMHO in that the 4. So, that is there first mistake I believe. It also looks like this device has exactly the same characteristic as the J P channel mosfet – the graphs are identical as far as I can tell and I suspect that Fairchild may have dropped a major clanger: So back to the front page and the specification in the table is incomplete in my opinion.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. A couple of the graphs are below so you don’t have to trawl through the datasheet. Null 4, 10 22 MrPhooky 1, 5 13 So let’s look at the first two graphs in the OP’s question: Andy aka k 10 Especially “Fairchild may have dropped a major clanger”: So excuse the noob like question is VGS off a fixed value?
Like it won’t change depending on other variables like currents or VDS? MrPhooky yes, VGS off is fixed for any device and in the two graphs in my answer they demonstrate what a 4.
The graph on the left is for a negative drain current and the graph on the right for a positive drain current. It’s possible both devices are made using the same process therefore the same graph could be relevant to both, with the J to parts being binned according to the actual Vgs off at test, and the MMBFJ being binned differently for whatever reason.
It probably is 2 volt max so ignore the 4. In all my many years I’ve never seen a data sheet from Fairchild that was this contrary lol. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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