150V power MOSFETs

  • 09-Jan-2017 09:37 EST
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Targeting high-efficiency designs and applications, Infineon Technologies’ (Munich, Germany) OptiMOS 5 150V portfolio product family further expands the OptiMOS 5 generation of power MOSFETs. The new product family is especially optimized for high-performance applications that require low charges, high power density and yet high ruggedness in applications such as forklifts as well as telecom and solar. It is an important contributor to Infineon’s system solutions for low-voltage drives, synchronous rectification in telecom rectifiers and brick converters as well as solar power optimizers. Infineon claims it offers a breakthrough reduction in on-state resistance R DS(on) of 25% in a SuperSO8 package and the FOM g is improved by up to 29% over the previous generation. For more information, visit www.infineon.com.

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