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Tactical Nukefet – Enhanced Performance Mosfet


One of the most recognized names in Airsoft Mosfets, the Nukefet has earned it’s name through a long history of proven durability in any conditions. The Tactical Nukefet is designed for the most extreme builds, able to take up to 20V and rated for an additional 50 amps over the original Nukefet these can take anything you can throw at them. They are easy to install with included 18in on each side of 14ga Alphawire Plus that has a super tough but thin insulation so it won’t get cut or pinched like silicone wire but is only 2.31mm in diameter to fit through narrow gaps. Also included are a set of Lonex motor connectors, a Deans Ultra male plug, heatshrink and an additional 18in length of wire.

Mosfets serve two main purposes in airsoft guns. One is to take the load off the trigger contacts and use a solid state ultra powerful MOSFET to switch power to the motor instead. This means that the trigger contacts will no longer wear as they are only seeing a very small amount of current. Besides not wearing out trigger contacts a MOSFET will often increase rate of fire due to the lower resistance of the FET and new wire. Using a MOSFET is very important if you're using high powered batteries like 11.1V Lipo or high discharge 7.4V LiPos as without one your trigger contacts will very quickly be worn away by the high current arcs.

It is important to note that it is required to use at least a 10v battery of sufficient discharge rating for your build if you are going to build a rifle that will see a consistent amperage draw of over 45 amps (typically seen in single shot builds that are shot rapidly). This is not unique to the Nukefet and is the nature of all MOSFETS.

Max Recommended Battery Voltage: 20V

Min Recommended Battery Voltage: 9.6V
Wire Length: 18in
Wire Type: 14 ga Alpha wire / 24 ga Alpha wire

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  • Shipping Weight: 0.1441lbs
  • 8 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Nukefet

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 15 April, 2017.