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IR busts out 300V power MOSFETs with benchmark Rds(on)

21 Jan 2013

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Power management technology specialist International Rectifier (IR) has recently unveiled its latest line of 300V devices featuring the company's latest power MOSFET silicon that deliver benchmark on-state resistance (Rds(on)) for a wide range of high efficiency industrial applications such as 110-120 VAC line conditioners and 110-120 VAC power supplies, and DC to AC inverters including solar inverters and Uninteruptible power supplies (UPS).

"Featuring benchmark Rds(on) to deliver higher efficiency, power density and reliability, IR's portfolio of 300V MOSFETs are well suited to industrial applications requiring greater system efficiency," said Brian LaValle, Marketing Manager for IR's Power Management Devices Business Unit.

The new portfolio of power MOSFETs offers ultra-low Rds(on) to improve system efficiency and may allow designers to reduce part count where multiple MOSFETs are used in parallel.

The new devices are qualified to industrial grade and moisture sensitivity level 1 (MSL1), are offered lead free and are RoHS compliant.

Pricing for the IRFP4137PBF starts at $1.64 each in 10,000-unit quantities. Production orders are available immediately. Prices are subject to change.

More information is available on the International Rectifier website.




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