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Hey guys, this is a quick review i made of the mosfet picoAB from Gatee.

Gatee is, i believe, a polish company, wich make electronics for airsoft, mosfets.. they are most known for the MERF mosfet, but they have other very interesting products, like this the picoAB. AB stands for Active Breaking.

Youtube Review:Mosfet PicoAB from Gatee - Review/Install - YouTube

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Review of the new NanoAAB coming soon!

Photo of the mosfet:

As shown on the photo above, the mosfet is really small..great if you are running a lipo on the buffer tube, or you have small space for the battery.. when installed you almost don't notice it is there..

It's the second smallest mosfet on the market, the first being the picoSSR wich doesn't have the active breaking. I also have one and i recommend it.

The mosfets are very professional build, and somewhat easy to install. Not more difficult then any other mosfet. And there is a different version wich is even easier.. i will be making a review on thoose as well, the new nanoAAB.

About the mosfet, they say it handles up to 15V but i've heard reports of it damaging the mosfet with 14,8V lipos.. I run an 11.1V lipo and never had any trouble..

But if it burns, or anything, and it is still in the warranty period you just emailed them at their website, you fill up the Product Warranty Form and they will probably send you a new one.

It is small in size and in price, they go about 20€, may vary on different retailers, but for what you get, it's an awesome price point!

There is already a new version out which is even more badass the PicoAAB. I'll still have to try it yet but I assume it will be evene better then this one.

I recommend everyone to install a mosfet, even if it is just a normal mosfet, these are cheap and reliable.

If you have any questions, or any opinions feel free to ask/share.

Best Regards!



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I've seen lots of people rage over people spending $25 (20 euros) on a "simple component." I know a basic MOSFET doesn't have any fancy features, like burst fire or air braking, which is why people buy pre-made ones.

But are MOSFETs similar to getting your barrel R-hopped? As in if someone has the time and the materials, they can make the same thing for a lot less? I am interested in getting a MOSFET if I ever break down and get an AEG, and I'd love to know if I can make one for cheaper WHILE still having all the fancy features.

*By the way, I'm no stranger to electronics, so don't be afraid to use your big, scary electronics words :D
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