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75V MOSFETs from IR geared for industrial apps

30 Oct 2014

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International Rectifier (IR) has extended its StrongIRFET MOSFET line-up to include 75V devices for various industrial applications such as power tools, light electric vehicle (LEV) inverters, DC motor drives, Li-ion battery pack protection, hot-swap and switched mode power supply (SMPS) secondary-side synchronous rectification.

StrongIRFET MOSFET

The family of 75V StrongIRFET power MOSFETs feature ultra-low on-state resistance (Rds(on)) for improved performance in low frequency applications, very high-current carrying capability, soft body diode, and 3V typical threshold voltage to improve noise immunity, stated the company. Each device in the family is 100 per cent avalanche tested at industry highest avalanche current levels to ensure the most robust solution for demanding industrial applications. The devices are offered in through-hole packages.

Production orders are available.




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