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Based on FOM Island Technology® die design, GS66516T 650 V E-Mode Power Switch features topside cooling configuration, which allows it to be cooled using conventional heat sink or fan cooling. Device includes reverse current capability, integral source sense, and zero reverse recovery loss. Housed in 9.0 x 7.6 x 0.45 mm GaNPX™ packaging, transistor is suited for on-board battery chargers, 400 V DC-DC conversion, inverters, UPS and VFD motor drives, and AC-DC power supplies. Read More
With current ratings from 8–250 A, gallium nitride (GaN) power transistors feature GaNPX™ packaging and are based on Island Technology®. Die consist of islands and is embedded within laminate construction. Series of galvanic processes replace conventional techniques, such as clips, wire bonds, and molding compounds. While packaged to be cooled via topside of chip using heat sink or fan, products can also be cooled from bottom surface of die through conduction to PCB. Read More
Respectively, normally off 100 V GaN transistors GS61002P, GS61004P, GS61006P, and GS61008P are 20 A/21 mΩ, 40 A/11 mΩ, 60 A/8 mΩ, and 80 A/5 mΩ parts. Half bridge device, GS71008P (80 A/5 mΩ), is also available. Enhancement mode parts feature reverse current capability, source-sense for optimal high speed design, and minimal Total Gate Charge and Reverse Recovery Charge. RoHS-compliant, near chipscale, embedded GaNPX package minimizes inductance and optimizes thermal performance. Read More
Normally-off 650 V GaN transistors GS66502P, GS66504P, GS66506P, and GS66508P are, respectively, 8.5 A/165 mΩ, 17 A/82 mΩ, 25 A/55 mΩ, and 34 A/41 mΩ parts. Also available, GS43106L is 30 A/60 mΩ cascode. Reverse current capability, zero reverse recovery charge, and source-sense optimize high-speed design. These RoHS-compliant devices come in near chipscale, embedded GaNPX package that optimizes thermal performance as well as eliminates wire bonds and thereby minimizes inductance. Read More
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