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MichaelKaras Thanks for pointing this out! I’d recommend using a device with lots of headroom. You’ll need to re-consider your RDSon calculations. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. When you give the gate something in the range of 4.
Typically the datasheet is much simpler to interpret. Have we overlooked anything? Post as a guest Name. JonasWielicki – It’s simpler and ‘safer’ to use a device rated for the gate-voltage available.
I went through a list of commonly used parts and picked a non-SMT part which seemed to meet the specifications. From the datasheet, I think it should be fine to use:.
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There are quite a few parts which are specifically rated at 4. JonasWielicki – Yes, that irfd01 like a robust solution.
From the datasheet, I think it should be fine to use: Is there are strong reason for using that part? That might be a way to make datasehet SMD device usable within a through-hole technology design. Further the part is clearly specified by the manufacturer to work in that region.
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No, there is no strong reason for that part. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. This is a one-off design, and for assembly simplicity we would prefer through-hole and not SMT devices. Is there plenty of space?
Do we have to expect any problems when driving the gate with less than that?
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If this is a one off, or small volume system, I would make a ‘no-brain’ assumption, to make life easier, and, at least, double the required current to get a minimum device current. For small volumes the difference in part cost is likely a small fraction of an hour of my time. If through-hole is important, it might be easier to jrfd014 a physically datasueet package, like an IPAK. Email Required, but never shown. Hence it isn’t worth designing something close to an edge which might use time later to check and debug it.
For simplicity, I would use a part specified with an Rds on for a Vgs of 4.