60V-600V N-Channel Depletion Mode MOSFET
Infineon is one of the few semiconductor manufacturers worldwide to offer N-Channel Depletion MOSFETs. Areas of application include power supply startup power, over-voltage protection, in-rush-current limiter, off-line voltage reference. With one single component is possible to realize a simple current regulator.
All products are suitable for automotive applications.
In order to meet special requirements, N-channel Depletion MOSFETs are available with V GS(th) indicator on reel.
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Infineon’s N-Channel Depletion MOSFETs
Infineon is the market leader in highly efficiency solutions. The innovative OptiMOS™ technology also includes N-Channel Depletion MOSFETs. Infineon is one of the few manufacturers of N-Channel Depletion MOSFETs. N-Channel Depletion MOSFETs are usually in the on-state meaning that they operate as an ON switch even when the gate to source voltage (V GS) is zero.
N-Channel Depletion MOSFETs are used in constant current source applications as well as in constant current linear LED applications. Also, N-Channel Depletion MOSFETs can be used in many industrial and consumer off-line SMPS applications to provide the initial kick start power to control IC. Infineon offers 7 devices in it’s N-Channel Depletion MOSFET portfolio ranging from 60V up to 600V in either SOT23 or SOT223 packages. N-Channel Depletion MOSFETs from Infineon are available with a limited V gsth spread
Infineon's market leading OptiMOS™ families
Our OptiMOS™ families include amongst others P-Channel, N-Channel, Complementary and N-Channel Depletion Power MOSFETs. These MOSFET families are suitable for a broad range of applications such as VR-modules for server, synchronous rectification for AC/DC SMPS, DC/DC converters, motor control 12V-110V system, solar micro inverter and Maximum Power Point Tracker (MPPT), LED lighting, notebook and desktop.