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Old 15th August 2011, 04:37 AM   #1
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Default 250Volt N-channel mosfets for class d

Hello guys,im searching for some 250V mosfets to use in class D amp. I plan to use +/-120V and i can't find any 250V fets,if someone can help me find some.


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250 volts is totally inadequate for this circuit. 300 volts is very marginal. 400 volts would be OK.
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250 V is maybe too low, but 300 V is enough.
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250V is quite low as I presume your using a half bridge and therfore your rails can be 'pumped' by energy returning from the load so may overvolt.
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Default 250v FETs

Use catch and steering diodes at these rail voltages.

300v FETs are marginal on a 240v rail.

Using 400v or 500v FETs basically forces you to use catch and steering diodes.

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