Infineon Technologies IPT059N15N3 | New Product BriefOctober 19, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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Infineon Technologies IPT059N15N3
Infineon Technologies’ IPT059N15N3 150V OptiMOS 3 power transistor offers an industry-leading combination of low RDS,ON and a high current rating in a compact package.
The IPT059N15N3 is rated for a continuous drain current up to 155 amps and can handle pulsed drain currents up to 620 amps. This is paired with a 5.9 milliohm max RDS,ON and an excellent figure of merit, allowing for high efficiency DC-DC conversion at power levels in the kilowatts.
This MOSFET is housed in a tiny TO-Leadless package, which has a smaller footprint and is thinner than D2PAK devices, for a total space reduction of 60%. The small package and high power density combined with the excellent thermal performance of the TO-Leadless package enable highly compact designs.
The design also offers a larger contact area, reducing current density, temperature, and electromigration at high current levels, leading to increased reliability.
- High current capability
- Continuous drain current: up to 155A
- Pulsed drain current: up to 620A
- Low resistance
- RDS,ON (max): 5.9mΩ
- Compact package:
- 9.9mm x 11.7mm x 2.3mm
- 60% space reduction compared to D2PAK
- Enabling compact design
- Less paralleling and cooling required
- Highest reliability
- Improved solder contact area reduces thermal and electromigration problems
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