40V and 60V Dual N-Channel Power MOSFETs

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Available in PDFN56 dual package

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40V and 60V Dual N-Channel Power MOSFETs
40V and 60V Dual N-Channel Power MOSFETs

Taiwan Semiconductor, a Taiwanese company specialized in discrete devices (Diodes, MOSFETs) and power management ICs, introduced the Dual N-Channel Power MOSFET in a PDFN56 dual package. Available in four versions (TSM110NB04DCR, TSM150NB04DCR, TSM250NB06DCR, TSM300NB06DCR), they provide improved power density. The four MOSFETS are available with 40V/60V breakdown voltages 25A - 38A current ratings and an RDSon of 15mΩ - 30mΩ. 


Suitable for applications including BLDC motor control, battery power management, DC/DC converter and secondary synchronous rectification


They are all avalanche and Rg tested, with a maximum junction temperature of 150°C. Fast switching frequencies are made possible through a low gate charge. Halogen-free, they meet RoHS requirements and feature a very low on-resistance to minimize conduction losses.

Posted on September 12, 2019 - (192 views)
Taiwan Semiconductor Europe GmbH
Georg-Wimmer-Ring 8b
85604 Zorneding - Germany
+49-8106-99-63-703
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