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INFINEON CoolMOS Superjunction MOSFETs | New Product Brief

January 29, 2021 by Mouser Electronics

This New Product Brief (NPB) is part of a video series highlighting the features, applications, and technical specs of newly-released products.

INFINEON CoolMOS Superjunction MOSFETs

Infineon Technologies’ latest generation CoolMOS 7 Superjunction MOSFETs provide the highest efficiency and the best balance of price and performance in the industry, with products for automotive, industrial, and consumer applications. 

The CoolMOS 7 series consists of a very granular portfolio of 600V to 950V MOSFETs and covers a diverse set of application requirements. This includes parts for both soft and hard switching applications, and CoolMOS 7 MOSFETs enable the highest efficiency and power density while delivering the highest quality and reliability. 

Infineon also offers automotive-qualified CoolMOS products, including the 600V CPA, 650V CFDA and CFD7A, and 800V C3A product families that are ideal for on-board chargers and DC-DC converters, providing excellent performance and quality that exceeds AEC-Q101 requirements. 

  • Granular portfolio covering diverse application requirements 
    • VDS: 600V, 650V, 700V, 800V, 950V 
  • MOSFETs for soft- and hard-switching applications 
  • Highest efficiency and power density 
  • Highest quality and reliability 
  • Automotive qualified series: 600V CPA, 650V CFDA, 650V CFD7A, 800V C3A 
  • Excellent performance and outstanding quality beyond AEC-Q101 requirements 

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