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Part Number: CSD19532KTT
Hello, TI community! Thans for your advice in advance.
I'm now designing pulsed power with CSD19532KTT (N-MOSFET, drian-to-source continue current 98A at 100 C). I want to parallel 10 CSD19532KTT to obtain high output current, say 500A or more, so each MOSFET need to pass 50A.
If I mount the MOSFETs on PCB board, the trace width must keep too wide to safely carry the high current. So, how should I design the PCB layout? OR
Is there any other solution to mount the paralleled MOSFETs, and ensure the current carry ability?
I searched for some resources but I still don't know how to realize it.
Looking forward to your responding, and thanks very very much!
MOSFET technical information on ti.com here
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