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FDP8870 - 

MOSFET Transistor, N Channel, 156 A, 30 V, 0.0034 ohm, 10 V, 2.5 V

FDP8870 - MOSFET Transistor, N Channel, 156 A, 30 V, 0.0034 ohm, 10 V, 2.5 V

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Manufacturer Part No:
FDP8870
Newark Part No.:
60J0601
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Product Overview

The FDP8870 is a N-channel MOSFET produced using Fairchild Semiconductor's PowerTrench® process. It is designed specifically to improve the overall efficiency of DC-to-DC converters using either synchronous or conventional switching PWM controllers. It has been optimized for low gate charge, low RDS (ON) and fast switching speed.
  • Low gate charge
  • High performance Trench technology for extremely low RDS (ON)
  • High power and current handling capability

Applications

Power Management, Industrial

Product Information

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N Channel
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156A
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30V
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0.0034ohm
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10V
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2.5V
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160W
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TO-220AB
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3Pins
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175°C
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