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Dual MOSFET solution designed for notebooks

Posted: 14 Jul 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:dual MOSFET? PowerTrench? technology MOSFET?

FDMC8200 dual MOSFET

Fairchild Semiconductor brings designers a dual MOSFET solution that suits notebooks, netbooks, servers, telecom and other DC/DC designs. The FDMC8200 integrates an optimized control (high-side) and synchronous (low-side) 30V N-Channel MOSFET into one 3mm x 3mm MLP module, all designed with Fairchild's PowerTrench 7 MOSFET technology.

This technology yields an exceptionally low RDS(ON), total gate charge (QG) and Miller Charge (QGD)enhancements that result in high efficiency by minimizing conduction and switching losses. The FDMC8200 typically features an RDS(ON) of 24m son the high side and 9.5m on the low side. It can deliver over 9A of current for mainstream computing applications, and the optimized pinout and footprint provides ease of layout and routing, simplifying design.

The FDMC8200 addresses key design challenges of DC/DC applications, space conservation and thermal performance through its advanced packaging technology and proprietary PowerTrench 7 process. The thermally-enhanced 3mm x 3mm Power33 MLP package and PowerTrench 7 technology offer high power density, high power efficiency and thermal performance.

This dual MOSFET is part of a comprehensive portfolio of advanced MOSFET technology that provides a wide range of breakdown voltages, and packaging technology for efficient power management and low thermal resistance. This portfolio includes the FDMS9600S and FDMS9620S, integrated FET modules that also reduce board space and enable synchronous buck designs to achieve higher conversion efficiency.

- Henri Arnold
EE Times Europe

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