ZVP2106 FET

TRZVP2106

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The ZVP2106 P-channel FET is very good for low-voltage, high efficiency solarengines.


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FETs can be used to make solarengines better than their BJT transistor counter-parts. This P-channel FET can be quite useful, along with its N-channel brother, the TRZVN2106.

 

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