Mid-Voltage MOSFETs Can Take The Heat

Mid-Voltage MOSFETs Can Take The Heat
Fairchild Semiconductor Corp.

Expanding its line of extended temperature mid-voltage MOSFETs, the company’s latest family of devices operate in temperatures up to +175° C. The higher operating temperatures enable up to 85% greater power density and three times more reliability than MOSFETs rated to the +150° C industry standard. The MOSFETs meet the IPC-9592 power conversion standard, which means the maximum junction temperature can be up to +150°C, as opposed to +125°C for standard +150°C MOSFETs. The family includes 19 devices, available in both 5 mm x 6 mm and 3 mm x 3 mm standard packages, as well as a TO-Leadless (TO-LL) package. The devices are offered in a range of voltage ratings, including 30V, 40V, 60V, 80V, 100V, 120V, and 150V. For more details, visit https://www.fairchildsemi.com/product-technology/extended-temp-mosfets/index.html?utm_source=press_release&utm_medium=PR&utm_term=&utm_content=pr_ET_Mid-Voltage_MOSFET&utm_campaign=ET_MOSFET

Fairchild Semiconductor Corp.
San Jose, CA

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