N-Channel Power MOSFET
OptiMOS™ and StrongIRFET™ low and medium voltage power MOSFETs for low-, medium-, and high-power applications and CoolMOS™ high-voltage power MOSFETs for various applications
N-Channel Power MOSFET subcategories
An N-channel MOSFET uses electrons to create a current channel. This allows electrons to move quickly and easily through the current when the MOSFET is activated and switched on. Because of the specific characteristics of N-channel MOSFETs, the mobility of the carriers is approximately two to three times higher than that of a P-channel for the same RDS(on) value, and the P-channel chip must be two to three times the size of the N-channel. For this reason, using MOSFET transistor N-channels for high current applications is often the preferred choice.
Infineon's OptiMOS™ N-channel power MOSFETs were developed to increase efficiency, power density, and cost-effectiveness. Designed for high-performance applications and optimized for high switching frequencies, OptiMOS™ products offer the industry's best figure of merit.
Now complemented by StrongIRFET™ and StrongIRFET™ 2 N-channel MOSFETs, this extended portfolio creates a truly compelling combination. StrongIRFET™ and StrongIRFET™ 2 N-channel power MOSFETs add robust design and excellent price/performance to the best-in-class technology of OptiMOS™ MOSFETs. Both product families meet the highest quality and performance demands.
The CoolMOS™ N-Channel MOSFET product range targets a broad range of applications from low power to higher power levels. Furthermore, the automotive qualified superjunction (SJ) MOSFETs offer the highest reliability in the field and are compliant with automotive lifetime requirements. Infineon’s 600 V, 650 V, and 800 V N-channel power MOSFETs are making automotive applications more compact and higher performing.
To learn more about the Infineon’s innovative N-channel power MOSFET solutions, discover the complete portfolio of products now!
N-channel power MOSFET offerings
Infineon offers a wide-ranging product portfolio of N-channel power MOSFETs. Explore our product offerings below.
The joint portfolio of OptiMOS™ and StrongIRFET™ N-channel power MOSFETs gives designers the widest choice of voltage ratings, extending from 12 V MOSFETs all the way up to 250 V and 300 V MOSFETs. Infineon’s N-channel power MOSFET product portfolio is available in a wide range of space-saving packages. The low voltage characteristics of N-channel MOSFETs meet the performance demands of applications requiring high current carrying capabilities. With the innovative OptiMOS™ and StrongIRFET™ low and medium voltage power MOSFETs, as well as the revolutionary CoolMOS™ superjunction MOSFET families, Infineon is setting new standards in the industry. At the same time, our portfolio of automotive MOSFET products ensures superior performance based on Infineon’s leading MOSFET technology, excellent quality, and robust packaging.
Explore the complete range of N-channel power MOSFETs here:
- 12 V-40 V N-channel MOSFETs
- 45 V-80 V N-channel MOSFETs
- 85 V-300 V N-channel MOSFETs
- 500 V-950 V N-channel MOSFETs
N-channel trench MOSFETs provide very low RDS(on) performance for power applications with low to medium voltages. Infineon’s single N-channel trench MOSFETs offer extremely fast switching and efficient performance.
N-channel power MOSFET applications
This broad portfolio of OptiMOS™, StrongIRFET™ and CoolMOS™ solutions reduces footprint, boosts current ratings, and optimizes thermal performance across a wide range of industrial and automotive applications.
The unique characteristics of N-channel MOSFETs make them ideal for use in a large variety of automotive applications from electric drives and motors to seat adjustment and sunroof features. With excellent RDS(on) and robust package technologies, Infineon’s range of automotive N-channel power MOSFETs are qualified according to AEC-Q101.
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