Small Signal/Small Power MOSFET
-20 V to -250 V small signal P-channel MOSFETs and 20 V to 600 V small signal N-channel MOSFETs for automotive, industrial and consumer applications
Small Signal/Small Power MOSFET subcategories
Infineon offers a wide range of small signal and small power MOSFETs. These products are ideally suited for space-constrained automotive, industrial, and consumer applications such as battery protection, battery charging, LED lighting, load switches, DC-DC converters, level shifters, low voltage drives, and many more.
The small signal MOSFETs portfolio is composed of small signal N-channel MOSFETS and small signal P-channel MOSFETs which are also known as small signal PMOS and small signal NMOS. These small signal MOSFETs offer a wide range of drain-source on resistance (R(DS)on) values and voltage classes. Infineon’s small signal and small power transistors have a maximum power dissipation of 2 watts or less.
Small signal/small power MOSFET product portfolio, features, benefits, applications
Infineon’s range of small power and small signal MOSFETS come in a variety of low-profile packages including: SOT23, SOT223, SOT323, SOT363, SOT89, TSOP6, and SC59.
The product portfolio covers N-channel and P-channel enhancement mode MOSFETs, including -250 V small signal MOSFETs to -20 V small signal MOSFETs, as well as N-channel depletion mode products:
- -20 V to -250 V P-channel enhancement mode (available in single and dual configurations)
- 20 V to 600 V N-channel enhancement mode (available in single and dual configurations)
- -20 V / 20 V and -30 V / 30 V complementary (P + N-channel) enhancement mode
- 60 V to 600 V N-channel depletion mode
A wide selection of products in industry-standard, space saving ultra-small packages, together with low on-resistance, ensure the perfect fit for all design challenges. Infineon offers a wide portfolio of devices and ensures needed capacity to best address the needs of its customers.
With products qualified according to AEC Q101 automotive and JEDEC industrial standards, these small signal P-channel MOSFETs and small signal N-channel MOSFETs are ideal for automotive and other quality-critical applications. Additionally, easy microcontroller (MCU) interfacing contributes to reduced design complexity.