Part Number: CSD87334Q3D Hi Team,
My customer is using CSD87334Q3D and would like to know is there AC transciant spec. for parameters of TG to TGR and BG to PGND like Infeneon's spec. shown below?
Thanks very much.
Part Number: TPS59641 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CSD87330Q3D , CSD87334Q3D , Hi sirs,
We test the VCC(Vcore) dynamic VID measurement change Mosfet from csd87330q3d to csd87334q3d
The CSD87334Q3D power block will be the smallest solution size with high and low side FETs integrated into a 3.3x3.3mm SON package. It will be higher cost and more power dissipation than the CSD17581Q3A. Another option is the CSD17577Q3A which…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMG5200 , TPS28225 , BQ500101 , CSD87334Q3D , TPS51604 Hi,
I am building a system where transistor bridge is driving a resonant load, and I am in process of selection of suitable power stage. Previously I have used LMG5200…
Thanks for promoting TI FETs at your customer. Below is a list of all parts in the Q3D (3.3 x 3.3mm SON) package and the HBM pass voltage. The CSD87333Q3D and CSD87334Q3D include ESD protection diodes and have a much higher HBM pass voltage…
Thanks for your interest in TI MOSFET products. I would recommend the CSD87333Q3D or CSD87334Q3D half bridge power blocks in 3x3 QFN. Both devices are designed for high duty cycle operation and use the same high side and low side FETs. The…
Part Number: CSD87381P Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CSD87333Q3D , CSD87353Q5D , CSD87334Q3D Hi everyone,
I would like to use the CSD87381P module for my motor driver application. My voltage source has 12V, my motor driver IC is DRV83053. In CSD87381P…
A couple of other options for symmetric FETs: CSD87334Q3D (3.3 x 3.3mm QFN, 30VDS, 10VGS) and CSD87353Q5D (5x6mm QFN, 30VDS and 10VGS). As with the other option, you will need to drive the gate with 8V or less.
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CSD16321Q5 , CSD17579Q5A , CSD87353Q5D , CSD87334Q3D In the WEBENCH design I did it came up with two discrete NexFETs. If possible I would like to convert them to a NexFET PowerBlock. But looking at the PowerBlock data sheets…