The metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET, MOS-FET, or MOS FET) is a transistor used for amplifying or switching electronic signals. Although the MOSFET is a four-terminal device with source (S), gate (G), drain (D), and body (B) terminals,the body (or substrate) of the MOSFET often is connected to the source terminal, making it a three-terminal device like other field-effect transistors. Because these two terminals are normally connected to each other (short-circuited) internally, only three terminals appear in electrical diagrams. The MOSFET is by far the most common transistor in both digital and analog circuits, though the bipolar junction transistor was at one time much more common.

Mosfet N-Channel 75V 80A - STP75NF75
4.03 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet IRLB8743P N-Channel 150A 30V
1.00 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet P-Channel 100V 23A - IRF9540N
0.9963 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet N-Channel 100V 33A - IRF540N
0.8000 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet N-Channel 100V 9.7A - IRF520N
0.7500 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet P-Channel 100V 6.8A - IRF9520
0.7011 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet P-Channel 60V 27A - FQP27P06
1.19 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet N-Channel 30V 62A - IRLB8721PBF
0.7503 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet N-Channel 60V 0.2A - 2N7000
0.1200 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet N-Channel 60V 0.6A - ZVN4206A
0.6000 (με ΦΠΑ)
Mosfet N-Channel 500V 14A - IRFP450PBF
2.50 (με ΦΠΑ)
MOSFET Power Controller
8.10 (με ΦΠΑ)