Choosing a MOSFET for driving a small motor

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ateliersoma

Joined Nov 20, 2018
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Hi, I'm new to electronics and I'm building a cheap mini quadcopter using arduino. I need help choosing a mosfet that can drive these motors https://www.ebay.com/itm/Hubsan-X4-H107-A03-4pcs-Motor-Spare-Parts-of-RC-Quadcopter-H107L-USA-Stock/162746474707?epid=1722459197&hash=item25e47220d3:g:5zIAAOSwNGhZ3bQE
The operating voltage for these motors are 1.5-3.7V and max current load of 1.8A at 3.7V and will be powered by This 3.7V lithium Polymer battery (one lipo battery will power 4 motors in total)

I currently have a few N-channel mosfets available on hand but I don't know if these are capable and appropriate for driving said motor.
Datasheets of my mosfets:
http://www.vishay.com/docs/91031/sihf630p.pdf
https://www.vishay.com/docs/91210/91210.pdf
https://www.vishay.com/docs/91021/91021.pdf
https://www.vishay.com/docs/91291/91291.pdf
 

spinnaker

Joined Oct 29, 2009
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And if you need to ask questions on MOSFETS, you are a LONG way from rhe knowledge needed to build a quadcopter. That is not a trivial project. Start with something a little less ambitious like maybe a line following robot.

I quadcopter large enough to lift an Arduino , needed airframe and power supply is going to be one that will be able to cause a lot of damage which includes killing someone if things go wrong. I would pick another project.
 
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