ROHM Semiconductor GNP1 EcoGaN™ 650V E-mode GaN FETs

ROHM Semiconductor GNP1 EcoGaN™ 650V E-mode Gallium-Nitride (GaN) FETs utilize low ON resistance and high-speed switching for power conversion efficiency and size reduction. The highly reliable GNP1 FETs provide built-in ESD protection and excellent heat dissipation, facilitating mounting. Applications include high switching frequency and high-density converters.

Features

  • 650V E-mode GaN FETs
  • Low ON resistance
  • High-speed switching
  • Built-in ESD protection
  • Highly-reliable design
  • Contributes to power conversion efficiency and size reduction
  • Excellent heat dissipation
  • RoHS compliant

Applications

  • High switching frequency converters
  • High density converters

Specifications

  • GNP1070TC-Z
    • DFN8080K package style
    • 7.3A to 20A continuous drain current range
    • 24A to 66A pulse drain current range
    • 650V drain-source voltage
    • 750V transient drain-source voltage
    • -10VDC to +6VDC gate-source voltage range
    • 8.5V transient gate-source voltage
    • 56W power dissipation at +25°C
    • 0.86Ω typical gate input resistance
    • 200pF typical input capacitance
    • 50pF typical output capacitance
    • 44nC output charge
    • 5.2nC typical total gate charge
    • 5.9ns typical turn-on delay time
    • 6.9ns typical rise time
    • 8.0ns typical turn-off delay time
    • 8.7ns typical fall time
  • GNP1150TCA-Z
    • DFN8080AK package style
    • 5A to 11A continuous drain current range
    • 17A to 35A pulse drain current range
    • 650V drain-source voltage
    • 750V transient drain-source voltage
    • -10VDC to +6VDC gate-source voltage range
    • 8.5V transient gate-source voltage
    • 62.5W power dissipation at +25°C
    • 2.6Ω typical gate input resistance
    • 112pF typical input capacitance
    • 19pF typical output capacitance
    • 18.5nC output charge
    • 2.7nC typical total gate charge
    • 4.7ns typical turn-on delay time
    • 5.3ns typical rise time
    • 6.2ns typical turn-off delay time
    • 8.3ns typical fall time

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Publicado: 2023-05-16 | Actualizado: 2023-10-10