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Help identifying mosfet

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Gintby, Jan 12, 2007.

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  1. Gintby

    Gintby Guest

    I've been asked to look at a Genius G-12-060 12V 600W inverter
    ( 12V%

    All 6 of the mosfets(?) have failed short circuit.

    It may not be worth the effort of actually repairing; but just for
    giggles I've removed them and I'm trying to find a suitable replacement.

    The devices are TO-220 are simply are marked:

    F N334AN

    The F doesn't look like a Fairchild F, but it appears to be seperate from
    the part code.

    Anyone have any ideas? or any guesses as to what the missing suffix could
  2. Meat Plow

    Meat Plow Guest

    If it's an N channel device it would probably be fine to replace it with
    Fairchild part number RFP45N06. Specs are 50 amps at 60 volts and they are
    just a buck or two each. Not knowing jack about your device brand but
    working on others I've repaired were all N channel enhancement mode fets.
  3. Gintby

    Gintby Guest

    That's the big *if* though. I'm not even sure they are mosfets....(but
    I'd be surprised if not).
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