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600V MOSFETs make resonant converters more reliable

19 Dec 2012

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Fairchild 600V N-channel MOSFETs

Fairchild Semiconductor claims that its 600V N-channel SuperFET II MOSFET series are less costly solutions to improve reliability and saves space while providing high-power density to high-end AC-DC switch-mode power supply (SMPS) applications.

Offered in two product families, the SuperFET II and SuperFET II Easy Drive, these MOSFETS offer a smaller stored energy in output capacitance (Eoss) for higher efficiency in light-load conditions and robust body diode for increased system reliability in resonant converters.

Utilising an advanced charge balance technology, these MOSFETs provide a significantly low on-resistance and a lower gate charge (Qg) performance for a lower figure of merit (FOM). The devices are comprised of several integrated features to assist in a simplified design that reduces component count for a more efficient, cost-effective design including a gate resistor (Rg) that greatly reduces gate oscillation and improves overall system performance.

Samples available upon request—Delivery 8-12 weeks ARO

For information on other products, design tools and sales contacts, please visit: http://www.fairchildsemi.com.




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