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2N7002H6327XTSA2

Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.3A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, GREEN, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3

Manufacturer Infineon Technologies AG
Price Range $0.3310

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  • 1. United States of America
    100
  • 2. China
    96
  • 3. India
    92
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    86
  • 5. Poland
    79
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    73
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Q: How do I set up an NRF8001 for Arduino?

    A: The breakout uses SPI communication with the Arduino and with iShield, you're going to be able to control (turn on/off) a LED using digital buttons in your iOS device. Also, this project uses a physical push button to control (turn on/off) a virtual LED. more

  • Q: Where can I find an NRF8001 module?

    A: The nRF8001 is nice in that it is just a BLE 'peripheral' (client) front-end, so you can use any micrcontroller with SPI to drive it. We have example C++ code for Arduino, which you can port to any other microcontroller, but some microcontroller is required - it is not a stand-alone module! more

  • Q: How do I get started with an NRF8001 breakout board?

    A: The Adafruit Bluefruit LE (Bluetooth Smart, Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth 4.0) nRF8001 Breakout allows you to establish an easy to use wireless link between your Arduino and any compatible iOS device. more

  • Q: Where can I download the NRF8001 Arduino library?

    A: Bluetooth low energy SDK for Arduino (uses the nRF8001 from Nordic Semiconductor). This has been tested using the Arduino UNO, Mega and Leaonardo boards with the nRF2740/nRF2741 module or the Bluetooth low energy shield from Redbearlab. The shield is available from seeedstudio and makershed. more

  • Q: How do I get started with the NRF8001 Bluetooth module?

    A: The nRF8001 is a highly integrated single-chip Bluetooth® low energy Connectivity IC. It integrates a fully compliant Bluetooth low energy v4.0 Radio, Link Layer, and Host stack and features a simple serial interface that supports a wide range of external application microcontrollers. more

  • Q: Where can I find an NRF8001 Arduino code examples?

    A: Our IoT device consists of an Adafruit nRF8001 breakout board controlled by an Arduino Pro Mini (clone). It measures the ambient temperature from an LM35 sensor connected to analog pin of the Arduino, and sends out this information to connected BLE peers. In addition, it also broadcasts a (fake) battery level to listeners. Here is how we hook up the device. more

  • Q: Where can I find 2N7002 mosfet specification?

    A: This N-Channel enhancement mode field effect transistor is produced using Fairchild's proprietary, high cell density, DMOS technology. This product has been designed to minimize on-state resistance while providing rugged, reliable, and fast switching performance. This can be used in most applications requiring up to 400mA DC and can deliver pulsed currents up to 2A. more

  • Q: Are there SOT23 package options for the 2N7002?

    A: 2n7002 Marking SMD more

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