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A couple of the graphs are below so you don’t have to trawl through the datasheet. Sign up using Facebook.
Email Required, but never shown. It also looks like this device has exactly the same characteristic as the J P channel mosfet – datashdet graphs are identical as far as I can tell and I suspect that Fairchild may have dropped a major clanger: Post as a guest Name.
Especially “Fairchild may have dropped a major clanger”: They shows typical characteristics for one device that has a VGS off voltage of 4. In all my many years I’ve never seen a data sheet from Fairchild that was this contrary lol. Sign up using Email and Password.
E13007F View Datasheet(PDF) – Fairchild Semiconductor
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Like it won’t change depending on other variables like currents or VDS? You may find it useful to refer to the datasheet of the original manufacturer- it was Motorola, spun off some years ago as ON Semi. Here is the equivalent, correctdiagram from the previous revision D datasheet – see the header text “SCLS D ” below:.
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Null 4, 10 22 The mistakes which you highlighted were only introduced in the latest revision to that TI datasheet, when it r13007f from revision D August to revision E in May I am reading datasheet for e Well done for finding the mistakes.
In “Electrical Characteristics” section under turn on time it says 1. Question asked on TI forum: Home Questions Catasheet Users Unanswered. Yes, the current version of the datasheet is wrong.
To turn the device off you raise the gate-source voltage positively. Post as a guest Name. MrPhooky 1, 5 13 Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Found the same thing on the ON Semi datasheet, should be nano-seconds on the graph.
The DS is wrong. In the datasheet it says in the characteristics table as well that the V GS dataheet is 2. Sign up using Email and Password.
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