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Old 12th November 2006, 07:52 PM   #11
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Gate drive requirements (total gate charge), body diode reverse recovery charge (sometimes hard to compare due to different test conditions), body diode maximum recovery dV/dt (immediate failure when exceeded), conduction losses...

Ah I see.... I have -them- in my XLS mosfet selections.. thanks...

one thing I do NOT really understand though is this dV/dt... uhmmmm could you explain this-more-... in laymans term.. I mean, HOw does a device fail?? care to give a common scenario?



once again, here it is...
my 1st ever D-amp, WORKING!!!

post #208...

thanks

:edit:- had to find some more info about dV/dt.. found this:

http://www.irf.com/technical-info/appnotes/mosfet.pdf
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