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Part Number: CSD19532KTT
Hello, engineers from TI E2E Community!
I intend to generate a high current pulse for my device. I have researched for many products and I think the N-MOSFET CSD19532KTTis capable to meet my need. The Id of CSD19532KTT can be up to 98A when Tc=100℃ from its datasheet.
However, I don't know how to use it. My questions are:
1. How to design the circuit? When the current of MOSFET is up to 100A, the same current flows through other resistive loads, then their power is probably much larger than their rated power, resulting destruction of the circuit. So, how to make it?
2. Are there any design guides or examples I can refer to?
Thanks very much for your kind and generous help!
Hello Hongwei Pan,
Nice to hear from you again. First, please see the following blogs on continuous and pulsed current ratings:
Depending on how you want to control the current and the grounding of the load, there are a few different ways to implement the circuit.
Please review and let me know if you have additional questions. If you can share your requirements, that may help as well.
MOSFET technical information on ti.com here
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Following up to see if there is additional support needed at this time. If not, I will close this thread out tomorrow.
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