easyFET V2 Airsoft Mosfet

(1 customer review)

$19.95

The popular easyFET Low-cost Gel Ball AEG Mosfet makes a come back with Version 2!

Changes:

Larger, beginner friendly solder pads.

Simplified pad layout for easier wiring.

Doubled the thickness of copper traces (2oz Copper)

Added surface-mount flyback diode!

The easyFET V2 will require more space to install. Beginners may have difficulties installing into blasters with minimal space, such as the Gen 9 or Wells.

The easyFET V2 Mosfet would best fit into the following blasters:

Gen 8 M4A1, P90, Vector V2, AKM, SCAR V2, MP7, M249, SKD M4SS, UMP45, MP7

Simple, low-cost airsoft mosfet. Tiny in size and simple to use. The Airsoft mosfet takes the load off the trigger switch to prevent arcing and corrosion within the switch contacts.

What is a mosfet and why do I need one?

A mosfet is an electronic switch with no moving parts. Stock Airsoft and Gel Blasters use mechanical switches to provide power to the motor. Overtime, these switches can become worn out due to sparks occurring across the contacts of the mechanical switch. This can cause reliability issues and will eventually stop your switch from working due to high resistance between the contacts, or your switch melting from high current builds.

Installing a mosfet means you do not need to upgrade your stock trigger switch as the load on it will be minimal.

 

13 in stock

Description

Features:

Low-cost.

Tested up to 20A continuous on 11.1v battery.

No programming required.

Compact size for installing in tight places.

Board dimensions 20x12x5 (L x W x H)

Designed and Assembled in Australia.

Basic level of soldering skill required.

Additional information

Weight .003 kg
Dimensions 7 × 5 × 1 cm

1 review for easyFET V2 Airsoft Mosfet

  1. James Ogden (verified owner)

    This mosfet is incredibly easy to install and a must have for any direct-wired blaster to protect the trigger contacts from wear buildup.
    It is difficult to solder the trigger wires to the underside if you don’t have a steady hand, I was able to solder mine together using a little clamp to hold things still for me.
    My one complaint is that if you aren’t careful you could easily cause continuity breaks in the circuit on this board due to how the solder from the battery contacts and motor contacts bridge each other or the mosfet.

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