4A, 250V, 0.610 Ohm, Rad Hard,
N-Channel Power MOSFET
• 4A, 250V, rDS(ON) = 0.610Ω
• Total Dose
- Meets Pre-RAD Speciﬁcations to 100K RAD (Si)
• Single Event
- Safe Operating Area Curve for Single Event Effects
- SEE Immunity for LET of 36MeV/mg/cm2 with
VDS up to 80% of Rated Breakdown and
VGS of 10V Off-Bias
• Dose Rate
- Typically Survives 3E9 RAD (Si)/s at 80% BVDSS
- Typically Survives 2E12 if Current Limited to IDM
• Photo Current
- 4.0nA Per-RAD(Si)/s Typically
- Maintain Pre-RAD Speciﬁcations
for 1E13 Neutrons/cm2
- Usable to 1E14 Neutrons/cm2
Die Family TA17638.
The Discrete Products Operation of Intersil Corporation has
developed a series of Radiation Hardened MOSFETs specif-
ically designed for commercial and military space applica-
tions. Enhanced Power MOSFET immunity to Single Event
Effects (SEE), Single Event Gate Rupture (SEGR) in particu-
lar, is combined with 100K RADS of total dose hardness to
provide devices which are ideally suited to harsh space envi-
ronments. The dose rate and neutron tolerance necessary
for military applications have not been sacriﬁced.
The Intersil portfolio of SEGR resistant radiation hardened
MOSFETs includes N-Channel and P-Channel devices in a
variety of voltage, current and on-resistance ratings.
Numerous packaging options are also available.
This MOSFET is an enhancement-mode silicon-gate power
ﬁeld-effect transistor of the vertical DMOS (VDMOS) struc-
ture. It is specially designed and processed to be radiation
tolerant. The MOSFET is well suited for applications
exposed to radiation environments such as switching regula-
tion, switching converters, motor drives, relay drivers and
drivers for high-power bipolar switching transistors requiring
high speed and low gate drive power. This type can be
operated directly from integrated circuits.
Also available at other radiation and screening levels. See us
on the web, Intersil’s home page: http://www.intersil.com.
Contact your local Intersil Sales Ofﬁce for additional
CAUTION: These devices are sensitive to electrostatic discharge; follow proper IC Handling Procedures.
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