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  1. #1
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    mosfet box mod questions?

    OK I have a duel 18660 set up .. MOSFET 3034 n channel. 15k 1/4 watt resister ... Atty won't fire and the MOSFET gets hot.. I'm I only using one MOSFET for this or am I supposed to use 2 or 3 in parallel? I guess by question is how do u guys wire a get box mod??
    I wonder if I got the get too hot when welding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatlin View Post
    OK I have a duel 18660 set up .. MOSFET 3034 n channel. 15k 1/4 watt resister ... Atty won't fire and the MOSFET gets hot.. I'm I only using one MOSFET for this or am I supposed to use 2 or 3 in parallel? I guess by question is how do u guys wire a get box mod??
    I wonder if I got the get too hot when welding.
    I think this person includes a circuit diagram at the end of the vid somewhere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Pmlhm6NkII (Edit: the diagram shows up about half way through. I have no idea if the video will be useful to you though. Just something I saw recently.)
    Last edited by Vapetoomuch; 08-11-14 at 05:09 PM.

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    Your mosfets fried bud. Gotta be quick like a fox when soldering.
    Apparently I have to be a sheep or get punished.

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    Well I just tried everything from scratch .. I used butt connectors on the fet this time and burned it up... I got the MOSFETs on eBay from hong Kong.. And they don't exactly look like the ones everyone is using.. I going to get a few from a better outlet.. Maybe mouser or digikey Thanks for the help guys.
    Last edited by gatlin; 10-11-14 at 02:19 PM.

 

 

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