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  Date: 20/03/2017

Diodes introduces dual MOSFETS for Automotive applications

Diodes Incorporated has introduced automotive-compliant dual MOSFETs, DMNH4015SSDQ and DMTH6016LSDQ. The MOSFETs feature low figure-of-merit on-resistance and gate charge specifications. The 40V and 60V dual, co-packaged enhancement mode MOSFETs minimize power losses and are suitable for automotive-compliant power management solutions.

The DMNH4015SSDQ and DMTH6016LSDQ are qualified to AEC-Q101 Rev-D standard for high reliability and are supported by a PPAP (production part approval process). They are targeted at synchronous rectification applications in automotive instrumentation clusters, head-up displays, and infotainment, navigation and driver assistance systems.

These dual MOSFETs are capable of creating cost-effective DC-DC converters when coupled with a PWM control IC. For example, when switched at 400kHz, the 60V DMTH6016LSD delivers a 5V output at a load current of 2A, while achieving an efficiency of 95%. Similarly, the 40V DMNH4015SSDQ delivers 5V at 2A with an efficiency of 91%.

Both devices are 100% avalanche rated to withstand the high pulse energy that can result from inductive loads, and are specified with a maximum junction temperature of +175 Deg Cel for operation in high ambient-temperature environments.

The DMNH4015SSDQ and DMTH6016LSDQ are supplied in the standard SO-8 package.




 
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