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FDS3572 - 

MOSFET Transistor, N Channel, 8.9 A, 80 V, 0.014 ohm, 10 V, 4 V

ON SEMICONDUCTOR/FAIRCHILD FDS3572

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Manufacturer Part No:
FDS3572
Newark Part No.:
09J6252
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Product Overview

The FDS3572 is a N-channel MOSFET produced using Fairchild Semiconductor‘s PowerTrench® process. It is suitable for use in primary switch for isolated DC-to-DC converters, high voltage synchronous rectifier for DC bus converters, distributed power and intermediate bus architectures.
  • Low miller charge
  • Low QRR body diode
  • Optimized efficiency at high frequencies
  • UIS Capability (single pulse and repetitive pulse)

Applications

Power Management, Industrial

Product Information

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N Channel
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8.9A
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80V
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0.014ohm
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10V
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4V
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2.5W
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SOIC
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8Pins
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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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