Part Number: CSD18542KTT
Most MOSFET TI, ST, On-Semi etc...only give positive Id for N-MOSFET, and negative Id for P-MOSFET.
e.g TI device CSD18542KTT has continuous Id with +200A.
However, Rohm MOSFET always gives both positive and negative current in datasheet. Is there a real difference between Rohm MOSFET and TI MOSFET, or it is just a different way to show specs?
e.g. RD3L08CGN, Id=+-80A:
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