Tag Archives: MOSFET

Using Integrated Power Switches

Power switches are most commonly in demand for their simplicity in turning on and off a voltage rail or for protecting a power path. Engineers find load switches easier to use compared to discrete power MOSFETs. For complete power protection of the system, eFuses offer an integrated approach. The combination of load switches and eFuses offers more than significant PCB space savings. Compared to discrete circuits, the combination of load switches and eFuses, also known as integrated switches, offers Read more [...]

Transistors: What Is The Difference Between BJT, FET And MOSFET?

BJTs, FETs and MOSFETs are all active semiconductor devices, also known as transistors. BJT is the acronym for Bipolar Junction Transistor, FET stands for Field Effect Transistor and MOSFET is Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor. All three have several subtypes, and unlike passive semiconductor devices such as diodes, active semiconductor devices allow a greater degree of control over their functioning.

Depending on their subtypes, operating frequency, current, voltage and power Read more [...]

BUZ11 – a Popular Power MOSFET

The BUZ11 is an N-Channel enhancement mode silicon gate power field effect transistor designed for applications such as switching regulators, switching converters, motor drivers, relay drivers, and drivers for high power bipolar switchng transistors requiring high speed and low gate drive power. The BUZ11 is also used for DC-DC and DC-AC converters and in the automotive environment for injection, ABS, airbags, lampdrivers and more.

It features:

33A 50V
Nanosecond Switching Speed
Linear Read more [...]