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N-channel power MOSFETs deliver up to 500mJ

Posted: 10 Feb 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:n-channel MOSFET? motor control? automotive?


ON Semiconductor is extending its n-channel power MOSFET portfolio with 12 new 100V devices offering avalanche ratings of up to 500mJ for use in designs where voltage overstress resulting from unclamped inductive loads is a concern.

Typical applications for the company's 100 V power MOSFET devices include industrial motor control, power supplies, power inverters in UPS, and direct gas injection in automotive. Key specification features of these Pb-free, RoHS-compliant solutions include RDS(on) as low as 13m?,current capability as high as 76A, 100 percent avalanche-tested, and AEC-Q101-qualified.

"With the potential for high voltage spikes due to switching inductive loads, and the drive for greater energy efficiency, ON Semiconductor's n-channel power MOSFETs provide a robust and dependable solution," said Paul Leonard, VP and general manager of ON Semiconductor's MOSFET products division. "These new additions to our 100V product family give customers greater choice and help them find the optimum device for their specific applications."

The NTP641x and NTB641x series of 42- to 76A devices include the NTB6410AN, NTP6410AN, NTB6411AN, NTP6411AN, NTB6412AN, NTP6412AN, NTB6413AN, and NTP6413AN and are available in Pb-free, RoHS-compliant TO-220 and D?PAK packages. The NTD641x series of 17- to 32A devices include the NTD6414AN, NTD6415AN, NTD6416AN, and NTD6416ANL and are available in Pb-free and RoHS-compliant DPAK and IPAK packages. Operating temperature range of all devices is -55C to +175C. Pricing for these MOSFETs range from $0.92 to $1.90 per unit in 10,000-unit quantities. Samples are available now.

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