All You Need To Know About MOSFETS To Fix Stuff! How Mosfets Work Fail Test In & Out of Circuit

LER #243 *All you need to know about MOSFETS to fix stuff* This is the 9th video in this series looking at common components and circuits, from the perspective of a repair hobbyist / technician.

In each video I hope to teach you all you need to know about the most common way in which components and circuits fail, and how to test and diagnose these faults.

00:00:00 Chapter 1 - Introduction
00:06:47 Chapter 2 - MOSFETs vs Bipolar Transistors
00:13:59 Chapter 3 - Understanding P Channel MOSFETs
00:18:28 Chapter 4 - Testing MOSFETs
00:25:17 Chapter 5 - The Body Diode
00:30:23 Chapter 6 - Why We Need Gate Resistors
00:32:40 Chapter 7 - Gain vs Rdson
00:36:25 Chapter 8 - Enhancement & Depletion
00:38:57 Chapter 9 - Switching Properties
00:40:13 Chapter 10 - What Goes Wrong
00:41:56 Chapter 11 - ESD
00:43:23 Chapter 12 - Floating Gates
00:50:04 Chapter 13 - Testing MOSFETs In Circuit
00:54:55 Chapter 14 - Epilogue

Mentioned in the video - The Amazing $1 Short Circuit Finder

Find the other videos in the *All You Need To Know To Fix Stuff* series here





*Zener Diodes*

*ATX Power Supplies*



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