IR Expands StrongIRFET™Family with New Surface Mount 75V MOSFETs Featuring Ultra-low Rds(on) for Industrial Applications

Nov 6, 2014 | Market News

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — International Rectifier, IR ® (NYSE: IRF), a world leader in power management technology, today announced the expansion of its StrongIRFET™ MOSFET portfolio to include 75V devices for a wide variety of industrial applications including power tools, Light Electric Vehicle (LEV) inverters, DC motor drives, Li-Ion battery pack protection, Hot-Swap and Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS) secondary-side synchronous rectification.

The new family of 75V StrongIRFET™ power MOSFETs features ultra-low on-state resistance (Rds(on)) for improved performance in low frequency applications, very high-current carrying capability, soft body diode, and 3V typical threshold voltage to improve noise immunity. The family is headlined by the IRFS7730-7P device in a rugged 7-pin D2pak offering an RDS(on) max of only 2mΩ and a peak current of 240A. Each device in the family is 100% avalanche tested at the industry's highest avalanche current levels to ensure the most robust solution for demanding industrial applications. The devices are also offered in through-hole packages.

"Featuring ultra-low Rds(on) and 100% avalanche tested to demanding industry levels to ensure robustness, IR's family of 75V StrongIRFET™ devices offers a selection of benchmark performance MOSFETs optimized for the industrial market," said David Schroeder, Executive Director of Marketing for IR's Power Management Devices Business Unit.

Part Number I D @ 25ºC
R DS(on)
Max @ V GS = 10V(mΩ)
Qg @ V GS=10V(nC) Package
IRFS7730-7P 240 2.0 285 D2-Pak 7-Lead
IRFS7730 195 2.6 271 D2-Pak
IRFS7734 183 3.5 180 D2-Pak
IRFS7734-7P 197 3.1 180 D2-Pak 7-Lead
IRFH7787 68 8.0 75 PQFN 5 x 6
IRFS7787 76 8.4 73 D2-Pak
IRFS7762 85 6.7 85 D2-Pak
IRFR7740 56 7.2 84 D-Pak
IRFR7746 56 11.2 59 D-Pak

Pricing for the IRFS7730-7P begins at US $1.27 each in 10,000 unit quantities. Production orders are available immediately. Prices are subject to change.

Press Photos