Double Sided Cooling to 60V Power MOSFETs for Motor Control and Power SuppliesApril 10, 2017 by Toshiba
Toshiba Electronics Europe has extended its range of high-efficiency U-MOS IX-H MOSFETs with an N-channel device in a ‘DSOP Advance’ SMD package
Toshiba Electronics Europe has extended its range of high-efficiency U-MOS IX-H MOSFETs with an N-channel device in a ‘DSOP Advance’ SMD package that offers double sided cooling.
The 60V TPW1R306PL has an ultra-low typical on resistance (@ VGS = 10V) of just 0.95mΩ and is offered in a very small form factor of 5 x 6mm. Maximum drain current and power dissipation are 260A and 170W respectively. The enhanced thermal dissipation provided by the double-sided cooling will help to reduce device count and save space in high-component-density applications. The thermal resistance rating (Rth (ch-c) of 0.88k/W) to the top side of the package is significantly lower than that of competitor packages.
Target applications for this latest MOSFET include DC-DC converters, secondary-side circuits of AC-DC power supplies and motor drives in cordless home appliances and power tools.
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