Mosfets?

Discussion in 'Gun Building, Modifications & Repairs' started by PistolsAndMP5s, Sep 23, 2012.

  1. PistolsAndMP5s

    PistolsAndMP5s New Member

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    Hey I was planning on purchasing or making a mosfet to protect my trigger contacts. I was wondering how one would go about making one. Also what are some great mosfets that are under $30? Do mosfets increase ROF or trigger response noticeably?
     
  2. Mystery43_4

    Mystery43_4 New Member

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    Yes and yes to the last 2 questions.

    And search how to make one on google. You can put one together for about $5 if you don't buy in bulk.

    DE FETs are good and run for about $15. Once again use the google.
     

  3. PistolsAndMP5s

    PistolsAndMP5s New Member

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    I use an Ares base gun so I will have a microswitch. I did use google but I am using a microswitch which are uncommon. (I shouldv'e put that it the OP. I can't seem to find on google if they would be installed differently or not. I heard they are installed differently. Do you have any knowlege on the microswitches?
     
  4. GreenListerine

    GreenListerine New Member

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    They are essentially the same. I would show you a picture but I dont want to take apart any guns right now..
     
  5. PistolsAndMP5s

    PistolsAndMP5s New Member

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    How does installing differ?
     
  6. alex

    alex New Member

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    a microswitch has two wire contacts, just like a conventional trigger assembly. it is wired the same. i prefer to make a 4 wire mosfet for microswitches. but a 3 wire mosfet fits better for any rear mounted wiring.
     
  7. EDI1st

    EDI1st New Member

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    Eh, for 4 wires rear wiring setup, just have the 2 wires that goes to the trigger contacts come out of the side the gear box if there are holes for it.