IRFD014 DATASHEET PDF
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Typically the datasheet is much simpler to interpret. JonasWielicki dataheet It’s simpler and ‘safer’ to use a device rated for the gate-voltage available. JonasWielicki – Yes, that looks like a robust solution. Post as a guest Name.
(PDF) IRFD Datasheet PDF Download – Power MOSFET(Vdss=60V/ Rds(on)=ohm/ Id=A)
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. From the datasheet, I think it should be fine to use:. For small volumes the difference in part cost is likely a small fraction of an hour of my time. Email Required, but never shown.
For simplicity, I would use a part specified with an Rds on for a Vgs of 4. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. When you give the gate something in the range of 4. Have we overlooked anything? The LEDs are rated at 3.
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This is a one-off design, and for assembly simplicity we would prefer through-hole and not SMT devices.
I went through a list of commonly used parts and picked a non-SMT part which seemed to meet the specifications. Is there plenty of space? If this is a one off, or small volume datwsheet, I would make a ‘no-brain’ assumption, to make life easier, and, at least, double the required current to get a minimum device current.
Is there are strong reason for using that part? You’ll need to re-consider your RDSon calculations. Further the part is clearly specified by the manufacturer to work in that region. If through-hole is ircd014, it might be easier to get a physically larger package, like an IPAK. No, there is no strong reason for that part.
MichaelKaras Thanks for pointing this out! I’d recommend using a device with lots of headroom. From the datasheet, I think it should be fine to use: We have no fast switching requirements. Do we have to expect any problems when driving the gate with less than that?