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Type Designator: 24N50

Type of Transistor: MOSFET

Type of Control Channel: N -Channel

Maximum Power Dissipation (Pd): 290 W

Maximum Drain-Source Voltage |Vds|: 500 V

Maximum Gate-Source Voltage |Vgs|: 30 V

Maximum Drain Current |Id|: 24 A

Maximum Junction Temperature (Tj): 150 °C

Rise Time (tr): 250 nS

Drain-Source Capacitance (Cd): 520 pF

Maximum Drain-Source On-State Resistance (Rds): 0.15 Ohm

Package: TO-247_TO-3P

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24N50 Datasheet (PDF)

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April 2000 TM QFET QFET QFET QFET 500V N-ChanneI MOSFET GeneraI Description Features These N-Channel enhancement mode power field effect • 24A, 500V, RDS(on) = 0.2Ω @VGS = 10 V transistors are produced using Fairchild’s proprietary, • Low gate charge ( typical 90 nC) planar stripe, DMOS technology. • Low Crss ( typical 55 pF) This advanced technology has been e

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September 2001 TM FRFET FQA24N50F 500V N-Channel MOSFET General Description Features These N-Channel enhancement mode power field effect • 24A, 500V, RDS(on) = 0.2Ω @VGS = 10 V transistors are produced using Fairchild’s proprietary, • Low gate charge ( typical 90 nC) planar stripe, DMOS technology. • Low Crss ( typical 55 pF) This advanced technology has been especially tail

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SFF24N50/3 SFF24N50/3T Solid State Devices, Inc. 14830 Valley View Blvd * La Mirada, Ca 90638 Phone: (562) 404-7855 * Fax: (562) 404-1773 ssdi@ssdi-power.com * www.ssdi-power.com 24 AMP / 500 Volts DESIGNER’S DATA SHEET 0.2 N-Channel Features: Power MOSFET • Rugged Construction with Polysilicon Gate Cell • Low R and High Transconductance DS(ON) • Excellent H

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November 2008 UniFETTM FDA24N50F tm N-Channel MOSFET 500V, 24A, 0.2? Features Description RDS(on) = 0.166? ( Typ.)@ VGS = 10V, ID = 12A These N-Channel enhancement mode power field effect transis- tors are produced using Fairchilds proprietary, planar stripe, Low Gate Charge ( Typ. 65nC) DMOS technology. Low Crss ( Typ. 32pF) This advance technology has been especially tailore

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August 2008 UniFETTM FDA24N50 N-Channel MOSFET 500V, 24A, 0.19? Features Description RDS(on) = 0.16? ( Typ.)@ VGS = 10V, ID = 12A These N-Channel enhancement mode power field effect transis- tors are produced using Fairchilds proprietary, planar stripe, Low gate charge ( Typ. 65nC) DMOS technology. Low Crss ( Typ. 35pF) This advance technology has been especially tailored to mi

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September 2001 TM FRFET FQA24N50F 500V N-Channel MOSFET General Description Features These N-Channel enhancement mode power field effect 24A, 500V, RDS(on) = 0.2? @VGS = 10 V transistors are produced using Fairchilds proprietary, Low gate charge ( typical 90 nC) planar stripe, DMOS technology. Low Crss ( typical 55 pF) This advanced technology has been especially tailored to Fa

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June 2014 FQA24N50 N-Channel QFET® MOSFET 500 V, 24 A, 200 mΩ Features Description • 24 A, 500 V, RDS(on) = 200 mΩ (Max.) @ VGS = 10 V, ID = 12 A These N-Channel enhancement mode power field effect transistors are produced using Fairchild’s proprietary, planar • Low Gate Charge (Typ. 90 nC) stripe, DMOS technology. • Low Crss (Typ. 55 pF) This advanced technology has been e

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VDSS ID25 RDS(on) HiPerFETTM ? IXFH/IXFM21N50 500 V 21 A 0.25 ? ? ? ? Power MOSFETs ? IXFH/IXFM/IXFT24N50 500 V 24 A 0.23 ? ? ? ? ? IXFH/IXFT26N50 500 V 26 A 0.20 ? ? ? ? N-Channel Enhancement Mode ? High dv/dt, Low trr, HDMOSTM Family trr ? ? 250 ns ? ? TO-247 AD (IXFH) Symbol Test Conditions Maximum Ratings VDSS TJ = 25C to 150C 500 V VDGR TJ = 25C to 150C; RGS =

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VDSS ID25 RDS(on) MegaMOSTMFET ? IXTH / IXTM 21N50 500 V 21 A 0.25 ? ? ? ? ? IXTH / IXTM 24N50 500 V 24 A 0.23 ? ? ? ? N-Channel Enhancement Mode Symbol Test Conditions Maximum Ratings TO-247 AD (IXTH) VDSS TJ = 25C to 150C 500 V VDGR TJ = 25C to 150C; RGS = 1 M? 500 V D (TAB) VGS Continuous 20 V VGSM Transient 30 V ID25 TC = 25C 21N50 21 A TO-204 AE (IXTM) 24N50 24 A

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Advanced Technical Information VDSS ID25 RDS(on) HiPerFETTM Power MOSFETs IXFR 26N50 500 V 24 A 0.20 W ISOPLUS247TM IXFR 24N50 500 V 22 A 0.23 W (Electrically Isolated Back Surface) trr £ 250 ns N-Channel Enhancement Mode High dV/dt, Low trr, HDMOSTM Family ISOPLUS 247TM Symbol Test Conditions Maximum Ratings VDSS TJ = 25°C to 150°C 500 V VDGR TJ = 25°C to 150°C; RGS = 1 MW 50

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HiPerFETTM VDSS ID25 RDS(on) Power MOSFETs IXFH/IXFT 24N50Q 500 V 24 A 0.23 ? ? ? ? ? ? IXFH/IXFT 26N50Q 500 V 26 A 0.20 ? ? ? ? Q-Class ? trr ? ? 250 ns ? ? N-Channel Enhancement Mode Avalanche Rated, Low Qg, High dv/dt Symbol Test Conditions Maximum Ratings TO-247 AD (IXFH) VDSS TJ = 25C to 150C 500 V VDGR TJ = 25C to 150C; RGS = 1 M? 500 V VGS Continuous 20 V (TAB)

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VDSS ID25 RDS(on) HiPerFETTM Power MOSFETs Ω IXFR 26N50Q 500 V 24 A 0.20 Ω Ω Ω Ω ISOPLUS247TM Ω IXFR 24N50Q 500 V 22 A 0.23 Ω Ω Ω Ω (Electrically Isolated Back Surface) ≤ trr ≤ ≤ 250 ns ≤ ≤ N-Channel Enhancement Mode High dV/dt, Low t , HDMOSTM Family rr Symbol Test Conditions Maximum Ratings ISOPLUS 247TM E153432 VDSS TJ = 25°C to 150°C

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UNISONIC TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD 24N50 Power MOSFET 24A, 500V N-CHANNEL POWER MOSFET DESCRIPTION The UTC 24N50 is an N-channel mode power MOSFET using UTC’s advanced technology to provide customers with planar stripe and DMOS technology. This technology allows a minimum on-state resistance and superior switching performance. It also can withstand high energy pulse in the avalanc

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Silicon N-Channel Power MOSFET R ○ CS24N50 ANHD General Description: VDSS 500 V CS24N50 ANHD, the silicon N-channel Enhanced ID 24 A PD(TC=25℃) 230 W VDMOSFETs, is obtained by the self-aligned planar Technology RDS(ON)Typ 0.18 Ω which reduce the conduction loss, improve switching performance and enhance the avalanche energy. The transistor can be used in various

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WFW24N50W WFW24N50W WFW24N50W WFW24N50W Silicon N-Channel MOSFET Silicon N-Channel MOSFET Silicon N-Channel MOSFET Silicon N-Channel MOSFET Features ■ 24A,500V,RDS(on)(Max0.19Ω)@VGS=10V ■ Ultra-low Gate charge(Typical 90nC) ■ Fast Switching Capability ■ 100%Avalanche Tested ■ Maximum Junction Temperature Range(150℃) General Description This N-Channel enhancement mod

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WFW24N50N WFW24N50N WFW24N50N WFW24N50N Silicon N-Channel MOSFET Silicon N-Channel MOSFET Silicon N-Channel MOSFET Silicon N-Channel MOSFET Features ■ 24A,500V,RDS(on)(Max0.19Ω)@VGS=10V ■ Ultra-low Gate charge(Typical 90nC) ■ Fast Switching Capability ■ 100%Avalanche Tested ■ Maximum Junction Temperature Range(150℃) General Description This N-Channel enhancement mod

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