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Vonfoust

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Just like it says.  I looked it up but you guys probably can give 'real world homebrew' info better than what I find.
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A mosfet is like a light switch. It opens and closes to complete a circuit or break it such as powering a camera on or off or completing the ground side of power to a slave flash to charge it.
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Like Ralph said it is a switch that comes on pretty much instantly but is slower to turn completely off.
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The aio uses three mosfets to operate p and s.  The third is a spare.  As mentioned above these share ground so they will work a Sony camera very well.  So I put a opto which is isolated to run a camera that does not share commons. 
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