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2N6796 - 

MOSFET Transistor, N Channel, 8 A, 100 V, 180 mohm, 10 V, 4 V

2N6796 - MOSFET Transistor, N Channel, 8 A, 100 V, 180 mohm, 10 V, 4 V

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Manufacturer:
INFINEON INFINEON
Manufacturer Part No:
2N6796
Newark Part No.:
74C0970
Availability:
No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

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N Channel
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8
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100
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180
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10
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4
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25
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TO-205AD
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3
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150
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-
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-
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-
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Product Overview

The 2N6796 is an N-channel Hi-Rel MOSFET Power Transistor features an efficient geometry and unique processing of this latest state of the art design achieves very low on-state resistance combined with high transconductance. This IRFF130 HEXFET technology MOSFET features voltage control, very fast switching, ease of paralleling and temperature stability of the electrical parameters.
  • Repetitive avalanche ratings
  • Dynamic dv/dt rating
  • Hermetically sealed
  • Simple drive requirements
  • Ease of paralleling

Applications

Defence, Military & Aerospace, Commercial, Power Management

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I search on '2N6796' and I get two parts showing up. One by International Rectifier is $7 or $8 ($6.83 on one screen and $8.04 on another for the exact same part reached different ways) while the other by Semelab is over $30. Why and what is the difference and ultimately can I buy the cheaper one and be certain of it? By the way, I see that one difference is the cheap on is not RoHS but that does not matter to me (and makes no sense that the newer RoHS part is more costly).
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There is no electrical difference between the two parts, Suggest you to go with Newark part #74C0970 (International rectifier) as the other part is UK stocked and are sourced through Farnell.
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