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marcello7x 3rd October 2006 02:17 AM

n/p Mosfets vs depletion mod mosfets
 
I am lookin at the board on my amp and 3 mosfets on both sides have a resistance of 0ohms. It is labled differently then all the other sets.

The mosfets that have 0 ohms are labled P15U200P.

Any help on figureing out if those are dead mosfets or just depletion mod mosfet.

And if they are busted where can i get them?

marcello7x 3rd October 2006 03:16 AM

Correction : F15U200P

1moreamp 4th October 2006 04:21 AM

15 ampere 200 volt DIODES not FETs.

You might try learning the parts designation system before venturing into the repair end of things. It helps a whole lot to know what your looking at:D :D :D :D

marcello7x 4th October 2006 04:37 AM

Actually they're not diodes, they're Fairchild Rectifiers

Tim__x 4th October 2006 04:53 AM

I haven't looked up this particular part...
But diodes are rectifiers.

1moreamp 4th October 2006 04:59 AM

Now your gettin there :D

How about DUAL DIODES, or Ultra-fast dual diodes maybe with a R or a S suffix for polarity

Manufacrurer isn't so important as several manufacturers will cross to a suitible or superior device :)

1moreamp 4th October 2006 05:01 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Tim__x
I haven't looked up this particular part...
But diodes are rectifiers.


Rectifiers ??? Diodes ??? Humm.. 6 of one and a half dozen of the other HUmmm.. THX Tim...x


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