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FDB52N20TM - 

MOSFET Transistor, N Channel, 52 A, 200 V, 0.041 ohm, 10 V, 5 V

ON SEMICONDUCTOR/FAIRCHILD FDB52N20TM
ON SEMICONDUCTOR/FAIRCHILD FDB52N20TM

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Manufacturer Part No:
FDB52N20TM
Newark Part No.:
67P3452
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Product Overview

The FDB52N20TM is an UniFET™ N-channel High Voltage MOSFET produced based on Fairchild Semiconductor's planar stripe and DMOS technology. This MOSFET is tailored to reduce ON-state resistance, better switching performance and higher avalanche energy strength. This device family is suitable for switching power converter applications such as power factor correction (PFC), flat panel display (FPD) TV power and ATX.
  • 100% Avalanche tested
  • 49nC Typical low gate charge
  • 66pF Typical low Crss

Applications

Power Management, Consumer Electronics, Lighting

Product Information

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N Channel
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52A
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200V
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0.041ohm
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10V
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5V
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357W
:
TO-263AB
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2Pins
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150°C
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-
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-
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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