2761I-A PDF – 650V, 10A, N-Ch, MOSFET ( Datasheet )

This is one of the types of MOSFETs and is a kind of transistor.

Part Number: 2761I-A, AP2761I-A


Package: TO-220CFM(I) type

Manufacturer: Advanced Power Electronics

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2761I-A pinout datasheet


2761I-A series are specially designed as main switching devices for universal 90~265VAC off-line AC/DC converter applications. TO-220CFM type provide high blocking voltage to overcome voltage surge and sag in the toughest power system with the best combination of fast switching,ruggedized design and cost-effectiveness.

A 650V, 10A, N-Channel MOSFET refers to a specific type of metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) that operates as an N-channel transistor with certain voltage and current specifications.

Let’s break down the specifications:

  1. Voltage Rating: The MOSFET has a maximum voltage rating of 650 volts (V). This means it can handle a maximum voltage of 650V in its operating conditions without the risk of damage.
  2. Current Rating: The MOSFET has a maximum current rating of 10 amperes (A). This specifies the maximum continuous current that can flow through the transistor without exceeding its current handling capacity.
  3. N-Channel Type: The MOSFET is an N-channel transistor, which means it has a channel formed by an N-type semiconductor between two P-type regions. In N-channel MOSFETs, a positive voltage applied to the gate terminal controls the flow of current between the drain and source terminals.
  4. N-channel MOSFETs are commonly used in electronic circuits for switching applications, where they can control high currents and high voltages. They can also be used in power supply circuits, motor control, and other applications that require efficient power switching and amplification.


2761I-A Features

1. Repetitive Avalanche Rated BVDSS 650V
2. Fast Switching RDS(ON) 1.0Ω
3. Simple Drive Requirement ID 10A
4. RoHS Compliant

2761I-A pdf mosfet

2761I-A PDF Datasheet


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