Quad MOSFET designed as a rectifier bridgeDesigned by Bazinga!, Ships from Singapore
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What is it? It's a Quad NN-PP MOSFET designed as a rectifier bridge breakout using the ONsemi MOSFET Dual PT5 N-Ch & Dual PT1 PCH PowerTrench MOSFET. Need a more efficient bridge rectifier that doe...Read More…
It's a Quad NN-PP MOSFET designed as a rectifier bridge breakout using the ONsemi MOSFET Dual PT5 N-Ch & Dual PT1 PCH PowerTrench MOSFET. Need a more efficient bridge rectifier that doesn't have the 0.7 + 0.7V Vdrop when you use traditional diodes? A bridge rectifier based on a mosfet gives you the advantage of a lower V-drop from the AC input, the breakout uses ONsemi/Fairchild's FDMQ8203 quad NN-PP mosfet to achieve just that. Have an input AC and get a rectfied DC output.
Q1/Q4: N-Channel Max rDS(on) = 110 mΩ at VGS = 10 V, ID = 3 A Max rDS(on) = 175 mΩ at VGS = 6 V, ID = 2.4 A
Q2/Q3: P-Channel Max rDS(on) = 190 mΩ at VGS = -10 V, ID = -2.3 A Max rDS(on) = 235 mΩ at VGS = -4.5 V, ID = -2.1 A
We made this for EH (Energy Harvesting) and signal applications when input transducers produce AC waveforms that require low-loss rectification (such as piezos).
Use this instead of a traditional diode bridge to reduce voltage drop! We made this so that you can use ONsemi's unique Quad NN-PP mosfet chip specially soldered out onto a easy-to-use breakout.
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