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DMN10H220LQ

N-CHANNEL ENHANCEMENT MODE MOSFET

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Description

This MOSFET is designed to meet the stringent requirements of
Automotive applications. It is qualified to AEC-Q101, supported by a
PPAP and is ideal for use in:
- Load Switch

Application(s)

This MOSFET is designed to meet the stringent requirements of
Automotive applications. It is qualified to AEC-Q101, supported by a
PPAP and is ideal for use in:


- Load Switch

Feature(s)

- Low On-Resistance
- Low Input Capacitance
- Fast Switching Speed
- Low Input/Output Leakage
- Totally Lead-Free & Fully RoHS Compliant (Notes 1 & 2)
- Halogen and Antimony Free. “Green” Device (Note 3)
- Qualified to AEC-Q101 Standards for High Reliability
- PPAP Capable (Note 4)

Product Specifications

Product Parameters

Qualified to AEC-Q10x Yes
Compliance (Only Automotive supports PPAP) Automotive
Polarity N
ESD Diodes (Y|N) No
VDS (V) 100 V
VGS (±V) 16 ±V
IDS @TA = +25°C (A) 1.6 A
PD @TA = +25°C (W) 1.3 W
RDS(ON)Max @ VGS(10V)(mΩ) 220 mΩ
RDS(ON)Max @ VGS(4.5V)(mΩ) 250 mΩ
VGS (th) Max (V) 2.5 V
QG Typ @ VGS = 4.5V (nC) 4.1 nC
QG Typ@ VGS = 10V(nC) 8.3 nC

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Recommended Soldering Techniques

TN1.pdf

Orderable Part Number Buy from Distributor / Contact Sales Request Samples
DMN10H220LQ-7

DMN10H220LQ-7

Authorized Distributor Quantity Inventory Date Countries/Regions Buy Online
Mouser Electronics Inc. 1097 9/22/2021 South America, North America, Asia, Europe, Middle East Buy Now
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PCNs

Product Change Notices

PCN # Issue Date Implementation Date Subject
PCN-2485 2020-12-04 2021-03-04 Qualification of Internal "Diodes Technology (Cheng Du) Company Limited" (CAT) as Additional Assembly & Test Site Using PdCu or Au Bond Wire, And Qualification of Additional Wafer Source for Select Discrete Automotive Products

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