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Equivalent to O6N03LA N-type mosfet

roqueaufabii

May 2, 2023
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Hi, I am new to all means of forums and posting so please excuse if I made mistakes.

Recently I started to get interested in a "Brushless DC motor controller using Arduino and IR2101 "project. But from what I can see 06N03LA N-type mosfet is no longet manufactured. Therefore I need to find an equivalent that works just fine in combination with the IR2101 driver. Can someone give me some ideas.

P.S. It's kinda a freezing point for me right now so I would appreciate any help:)

Thank you
 

kellys_eye

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Practically EVERY major component supplier has a PARAMETRIC SEARCH facility for components. In other words, if you know some (any) parameters of the device you seek you just click on the values listed and each 'click' reduces the list of suitale devices (from the tens of thousands to start with) to numbers you can pick-and-chose from.

Here's a 'snapshot' of Mousers semiconductor (MOSFET) parametric search engine:

Note that I can only show PART of the list as it scrolls across the screen for many more columns.

Your original device is N-channel, Vds=30V, Rds(on)=0.003 ohms and Id=100A. Go to Mousers site, search for semiconductiors, select Transistors (then MOSFETS) and click on those values (or HIGHER for Vds, Id etc) then on 'APPLY FILTERS' and see what results.
 

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roqueaufabii

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Practically EVERY major component supplier has a PARAMETRIC SEARCH facility for components. In other words, if you know some (any) parameters of the device you seek you just click on the values listed and each 'click' reduces the list of suitale devices (from the tens of thousands to start with) to numbers you can pick-and-chose from.

Here's a 'snapshot' of Mousers semiconductor (MOSFET) parametric search engine:

Note that I can only show PART of the list as it scrolls across the screen for many more columns.

Your original device is N-channel, Vds=30V, Rds(on)=0.003 ohms and Id=100A. Go to Mousers site, search for semiconductiors, select Transistors (then MOSFETS) and click on those values (or HIGHER for Vds, Id etc) then on 'APPLY FILTERS' and see what results.
Thank you! btw srry for the late reply...
Really used your help :).
 
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roqueaufabii

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Are you aware there are commercial r/c units for as little as $8.00...???
yeah, I know. It's something I want to put my mind to in order to understand the working principles and overall project development
 

new_elec

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yeah, I know. It's something I want to put my mind to in order to understand the working principles and overall project development
Hi, do you mind sharing the component you used instead of the 06N03LA N-type mosfet. I'd really appreciate it :)
 

Bluejets

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yeah, I know. It's something I want to put my mind to in order to understand the working principles and overall project development
Most would do some study on device principles or watch an appropriate tutorial to "learn".
Shortcuts get you nowhere.
 

Delta Prime

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Apologies it's missing this information below.
Maximum Gate-Source Voltage |Vgs|: 20 V

Maximum Gate-Threshold Voltage |Vgs(th)|:2 V

Maximum Drain Current |Id|:50 A

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Be careful the package style is very important.
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