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Gate threshold voltage (Vth)
Vth stands for "threshold voltage." Vth is the gate voltage that appears when the specified current flows between source and drain.
Gate-source voltage, VGS, is increased until drain current, ID, reaches the specified value, at which point VGSis measured.
Data sheet description
|Gate threshold voltage||Vth||VDS = 10 V, ID = 1.0 mA||1.4||—||2.4||V|