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As Tony points out, datasneet will usually be some other parameter that changes along the way. Datasheets, Manuals or Parts. I am assuming these are too light for the duty they are trying to perform and would like to try and replace them with heavier Mosfets. Ken1 Member Mar 1, Articles Top Articles Search resources. Take a look at this one. A project I am doing right now needs to switch 60Amps DC.

Let’s look at a few items from the datasheet.

Potentiometer Questions Started by norbss Yesterday at Electro Tech is an online community with overmembers who datashet talking about and building electronic circuits, projects and gadgets. It seems this “entry level” datasheef has very little margin before exceeding the component limits. Electrolytic caps are a prime suspect. Don’t forget to check the caps. A bigger switch always puts a bigger Ciss load on the gate.

The unit is relatively new and hasn’t seen much use.

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Nice power supply by the way. So, at 78 watts, the junction is 69 degrees hotter than the case. Welcome to our site! This is determined by the V-I slope of the driver and RdsOn of the switch. The battery charge may not have intelligent soft start and overstress the charger hooking up to a dead battery.


This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. Media New media New comments Search media. Doable in a cryogenics lab, but not really a practical value for most real world applications.

Not as easy as it sounds.

One important fact that everyone need to be aware of when choosing mosfets, is that the current rating has a fine print disclaimer that causes problems if not taken into account. That’s way too low as this power supply is powered by VAC which is fed through a bridge rectifier, then filtered with an uF V capacitor then fed to the Mosfets through the SMPS transformer. So when carrying 14 amps, it will be dissipating about 78 watts of heat.

To participate you need to register. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. I am using four amp mosfets. By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies. If so, can you suggest some part numbers? Tc is case temperature, not ambient. My circuit is 15 volts. This is the datasheet I used for this discussion. So it will only handle 14 amps continuous if the case is kept at 25C all of the time.

It comes down to the fact that the current rating of most mosfets is a calculated number as to what current will put the junction temperature at it’s failure point when the case is at 25C.

Replacing a 4 pin leaded inductor with a 2 pin Started by gkmaia Yesterday at Pins 11 and 14 are the 2 outputs of the chip. Lets take that number down to the graph at Figure 4. Often the input FETs are just the weak link and something else is the real culprit. Maybe a little overkill but, other than the copper plates that carry the current, there is no heatsink. If the case is at 25C, the junction is at 94C. The unit belongs to a neighbour and he said it just quit working; he doesn’t know if it was running hot before it quit.


Otherwise you’ll need to resort to cold water or refrigerated cooling. So, it will only carry 14 amps if you can keep the case at 25C while it is pushing out 78 watts of heat.

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Forums New posts Search forums. If the impedance gain or resistance gain is too high, you need more stages of MOSFET buffering to prevent overloading the gate resistors due to Qgs charge switch losses and switch frequency. What are you doing with it? We need to recalculate everything again based on the new info. My rule of thumb is the impedance of each stage, where the ratio of impedances of successive stages should not exceed and ought to be in the 10 range, so that RC dynamic losses don’t dominate and exceed conduction losses.

You haven’t said what how you are using the mosfet, so it’s difficult to accurately answer your question. They are mounted on a large aluminum heatsink and the unit also has a cooling fan.