Low-side MOSFET semiconductors

  • 20-Jan-2010 10:55 EST

ON Semiconductor's NCV840x family of low-side protected MOSFETs feature high levels of integrated protection. Designed for robust and reliable operation, devices in the NCV840x family are suitable for use in switching applications that operate in harsh automotive and industrial environments. The NCV8401, NCV8402, NCV8402D (dual die), NCV8403, and NCV8405 all have an extensive range of self-protection features such as temperature and current limiting, electrostatic discharge protection, and integrated drain-to-gate clamping for overvoltage protection. As the amount of electronic content in vehicles continues to increase, the NCV840x family can help reduce component count and save space. Qualified in accordance with the AEC-Q101 standard, the NCV840x family is available in SOT-223, DPAK, and SOIC8 packaging.

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