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The new 800V CoolMOS MOSFET from Infineon




The 700V and 800V CoolMOS™ P7 product families have been developed for flyback based low power SMPS applications including adapter and charger, lighting, audio SMPS, AUX and industrial power. The latest 600V CoolMOS™ P7 family completes the portfolio by offering the third voltage class of the P7 platform, that in contrast to the 700V and 800V series targets not only low power but also high power SMPS applications such as solar inverters, server, telecom and EV charging stations and is fully optimized for hard as well as soft switching topologies. All three product series are designed to address typical challenges in the various applications by delivering best-in-class price/performance ratio with excellent ease-of-use, making them a perfect fit for target applications. The new 800V CoolMOS MOSFET from Infineon

600V CoolMOS™ P7 – optimized balance of ease-of-use and highest energy efficiency

The 600V CoolMOS™ P7 is the successor of the 600V CoolMOS™ P6 series targeting a broad range of applications ranging from low power SMPS up to highest power levels. The 600V CoolMOS™ P7 is Infineon’s most well balanced CoolMOS™ technology in terms of combining ease-of-use (e.g. low ringing) with excellent efficiency performance and reasonable price.

600V CoolMOS™ P7 achieves up to 1.5% better efficiency and 4.2°C lower MOSFET temperature versus competitor offerings. Its gate charge Q g and E oss are 30-60 percent lower compared to previous CoolMOS™ families and competition, which leads to reduced driving and switching losses that allow high efficiency in various power classes. Furthermore, the optimized R DS(on) enables smaller footprints and higher power density.

For more detail: The new 800V CoolMOS MOSFET from Infineon

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