What is the difference between an Solid-state Relay and a power MOS FET?
There are two main differences between Solid-state Relays and power MOS FETs.
A Power MOS FET Relay can be used with either a DC load or AC load.
The leakage current is smaller compared with an Solid-state Relay.
Power MOS FET Relays:
The circuit can be simplified and work reduced because a bleeder resistor is not required.
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