What's a good jellybean MOSFET for 3Vgs, 100mA?

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I'm looking for suitable MOSFETs to switch around 100mA or a little more in a 3.3V system. 2N7002 and 2N7000 variants pop up in my searches, but I'm wondering if there are any other parts I should look at as well. Thanks for any tips.

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http://www.onsemi.com/PowerSolutions/product.do?id=NUD3105D

* Optimized to Switch Relays from 3.0 V to 5.0 V Rail

* Capable of Driving Relay Coils rated up to 2.5 W at 5.0 V

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Checkout BS107 and BS170

IIRC "ossi" posted about the same fets. Found the thread: https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=viewtopic&t=54645&highlight=treshold+fet

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2N7000's are extremely common this side of the ocean, and are dirt cheap. They also come in quad packages named VQ1000. I reckon they are the North American equivalent to the BS170, as all three share the same datasheet.

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I use FDV303 and FDC6303 instead. 2N7000' are quite common also.

Guillem.
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If i was stocking up now. Id look at bss138
it tas a lower Vgsth

/Bingo

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Bingo600 wrote:
If i was stocking up now. Id look at bss138
it tas a lower Vgsth

That's what I was looking for, excellent low Vgs characteristics, thanks for the tip.

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Guillem Planisi wrote:
I use FDV303 and FDC6303 instead.

Huskier and more expensive than I need right now, but excellent characteristics. I'll keep them in mind for future needs. Thanks.