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Bruce Grenade
03/26/06 11:47
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#113153 - Of course
Responding to: Erik Malund's previous message
Erik Malund said:

sometimes the voltage drop is important, sometimes the heat, sometimes the speed, sometimes ...


This is why I quantified my question by saying that the on resistance doesn't matter and that the current requirements are quite low. Obviously there are many factors in choosing the right solution. However, in my case I have frequently seen MOSFETs used for a similar (exact?) application as mine, so much so that I have questioned my use of a BJT for this. I cannot question what decisions others made, but knowing that I'm not crazy helps me make my own decision.

Bruce



List of 7 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Switching an IC off using BJT?      Bruce Grenade      03/25/06 21:36      
   Try using a PNP        Russell Bull      03/26/06 00:49      
   Good Good      Bruce Grenade      03/26/06 09:16      
      "expensive" is relative      Erik Malund      03/26/06 10:55      
         Of course      Bruce Grenade      03/26/06 11:47      
   Using a MOSFET makes sense        Kai Klaas      03/26/06 16:28      
      Good Info      Bruce Grenade      03/26/06 17:03      

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