PHPT60410NYX

Bipolar Junction Transistor by Nexperia (553 more products)

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The PHPT60410NYX from Nexperia is an Automotive Qualified NPN Transistor that is ideal for power management, load switch, linear mode voltage regulator, backlighting, motor drive, and relay replacement applications. It has a collector-emitter breakdown voltage of over 40 V, a base-emitter voltage of 7 V, and a saturated collector-emitter voltage of less than 50 mV. This transistor has a collector current of less than 20 A and a power dissipation of 25 W. It has reduced printed circuit board (PCB) packaging requirements when compared to its DPAK-based package counterparts. This AEC-Q101-qualified transistor has high energy efficiency due to reduced heat dissipation, which results in excellent thermal management capabilities for applications of up to 175 °C. It is available in a surface-mount package that measures 6.2 x 5 mm.

Product Specifications

Product Details

  • Part Number
    PHPT60410NYX
  • Manufacturer
    Nexperia
  • Description
    40 V Automotive Qualified NPN Transistor

General

  • Type
    NPN Transistor
  • Polarity
    NPN
  • Emitter Base Voltage
    7 V
  • Base Emitter Saturation Voltage
    0.95 to 1.3 V
  • Emitter Cut off Current
    100 nA
  • Collector Base Voltage
    40 V
  • Collector Cut off Current
    50 µA
  • Collector Emitter Voltage
    40 V
  • Continuous Collector Current
    10000 mA
  • Pulse Collector Current
    20 A
  • DC Current Gain
    140 to 370
  • Gain Bandwidth Product
    128 MHz
  • Industry
    Automotive, Industrial, Commercial
  • Power Dissipation
    1.3 to 25 W
  • Output Capacitance
    57 pF
  • Operating Temperature
    -55 to 175 Degree C
  • RoHS Compliant
    Yes
  • Package Type
    Surface Mount
  • Package
    Power-SO8
  • Application
    Power management, Load switch, Linear mode voltage regulator, Backlighting applications, Relay replacement, Motor drive
  • Dimension
    6.2 x 5 mm

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