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From: "Eric Pearson"
Subject: Re: Where do they get those MOSFETS?
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 14:21:27 -0500
Organization: LSI Logic Corporation
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"Bob Arnold" wrote in message
> > I think you're underestimating the capabilities of the MOSFET. The
> > BUZ100 (to take just one example) can handle 250W and doesn't even
> > cost five lousy bucks. All you have to do is parallel a few of 'em up
> > to get the current handling you need.
> Thank-you all for your very helpful advice "straight from the horses
> mouth" as they say. I have'nt been able to find Curtis's site as I
> write this email so I give the reference below which lists the
> amperage for the controller as 650A. Do you think they are referring
> to 650A continuous (periods longer than 1 second? By my calculations
> 24V@650A = 20 HP which is the target I'm shooting for.
> Thanks for your help.
> Curtis 1205 24-36 Volt (650 Amp)
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