Fairchild Semiconductor's High-Voltage MOSFETs Provide Industry-Leading Robust Body Diode Performanc
Fairchild Semiconductor's High-Voltage MOSFETs Provide Industry-Leading Robust Body Diode Performance in AC-DC Power Applications
SuperFET® II MOSFETs Offer Higher Efficiency and Reliability While Saving System Costs and Board Space
SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- High-end, AC-DC switch-mode power supply (SMPS) applications such as servers, telecom, computing, and industrial power applications require high power density, and to be successful, designers need cost-effective solutions that take up less board space and improve reliability. Fairchild Semiconductor (NYS: FCS) helps designers with these challenges by introducing the 600V N-channel SuperFET® II MOSFET series.
Offered in two product families, the SuperFET II and SuperFET II Easy Drive, these MOSFETs offer a smaller stored energy in output capacitance (Eoss) for higher efficiency in light-load conditions and best-in-class robust body diode for increased system reliability in resonant converters.
Utilizing an advanced charge balance technology, these MOSFETs provide a significantly low on-resistance and a lower gate charge (Qg) performance for a lower figure of merit (FOM). The devices are comprised of several integrated features to assist in a simplified design that reduces component count for a more efficient, cost-effective design including a gate resistor (Rg) that greatly reduces gate oscillation and improves overall system performance.
Benefits and Features:
SuperFET II MOSFET
- Faster switching speed to maximize system efficiency
- Increased power density
SuperFET II MOSFET Easy-Drive
- Easy to design and use
- Optimized switching performance
- Low electromagnetic interference (EMI) noise
- Reliable operation at abnormal conditions
Packaging and Pricing Information (in US 1,000 quantity pieces)
Samples available upon request - Delivery 8-12 weeks ARO
|SuperFET II MOSFET||SuperFET II MOSFET - Easy Drive|
|TO-220F 3L package|
|TO-251 3L (IPAK) short-lead package|
Fairchild is a leader in MOSFETs for power management applications with a substantial portfolio of discrete and integrated components that meet virtually every specification for both power delivery and power conversion requirements. In addition to superior product offerings, Fairchild also provides regional design expertise as well as online design tools to better support the challenges manufacturers face in their designs.
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