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2N7002W

MOSFET, Single N-Channel small signal 60V, 340mA, 1.6 Ohm, SC-70, 3000-REEL

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2N7002W Transistors MOSFET, Single N-Channel small signal 60V, 340mA, 1.6 Ohm, SC-70, 3000-REEL ON Semiconductor 2N7002W vs 2N7002W
2N7002W-7-F Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, GREEN, ULTRA SMALL, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated 2N7002W vs 2N7002W-7-F
2N7002W-TP Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Micro Commercial Components 2N7002W vs 2N7002W-TP
2N7002W-7 Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, ULTRA SMALL, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated 2N7002W vs 2N7002W-7
2N7002W-13 Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, ULTRA SMALL, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated 2N7002W vs 2N7002W-13
Part Number Description Manufacturer Compare
2N7002W Transistors MOSFET, Single N-Channel small signal 60V, 340mA, 1.6 Ohm, SC-70, 3000-REEL ON Semiconductor 2N7002W vs 2N7002W
2N7002W-7-F Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, GREEN, ULTRA SMALL, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated 2N7002W vs 2N7002W-7-F
2N7002W-TP Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Micro Commercial Components 2N7002W vs 2N7002W-TP
2N7002W-13 Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, ULTRA SMALL, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated 2N7002W vs 2N7002W-13
2N7002W-7 Transistors Small Signal Field-Effect Transistor, 0.115A I(D), 60V, 1-Element, N-Channel, Silicon, Metal-oxide Semiconductor FET, ULTRA SMALL, PLASTIC PACKAGE-3 Diodes Incorporated 2N7002W vs 2N7002W-7

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Reference Designs

  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (5V @ 0.1A) - PMP4303.1 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4303: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • 5V Input Dual Sync Buck (1.8V@ 1A)
    PMP5136.2: This reference design uses the TPS54292 dual synchronous buck converter to generate 3.3V and 1.8V outputs from a 5V input. Both outputs can deliver up to 1A. With ceramic output capacitors, this design offers a low cost, efficient and compact solution.
  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (5V @ 0.1A)
    PMP4303.1: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • 100VAC-265VAC 100W High Bay LED Lighting (80V @ 350mA)
    PMP4862.2: The PMP4862 reference design drives three separate LED strings (up to 77V) at 350mA from a universal AC input. The UCC28810 is used in a PFC-Flyback configuration to provide power factor correction and isolation at the same time. Each LED driver uses one TPS40210 to control the individual LED current. PWM dimming, ON/OFF control, current monitoring, and a trim function are all provided for each individual LED string. The PFC-flyback is over 87% efficient, while the buck LED drivers are over 92% efficient. The overall efficiency is over 80%.
  • Multioutput Isolated Flyback Supplies 23V@1A, 16.9V@200mA and 9V@300mA from High-line Ref. Design
    PMP8582: The PMP8582 generates three output: 23V@1A, 16.9V@200mA (400mApeak T<10sec.) and 9V@300mA. The input voltage is 165V…265Vac. The main loop is closed to the 23Vout. A low power LM9364-20 tranfers the low AC voltage information to secondary side.
  • 36V-75VDC Input, 12V/10A Active Clamp Forward, 1/8th Brick Form Factor
    PMP7451: This reference design generates a 12V/10A output from a standard 48V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD18531Q5A, implemented as self-driven synchronous rectifiers, provide for a highly efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard 1/8th brick footprint and includes enable, remote sense, and output overvoltage features.
  • 8VDC-16VDC 7.6V/700mA LED Driver
    PMP4937: This reference design drives two series connected white LEDs at 700mA. The steady-state input range is 8VDC to 16VDC, but the circuit is designed to survive a 52VDC input transient condition. The TPS40211 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (5V @ 0.2A)
    PMP4303.2: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • 5V Input Dual Sync Buck (1.8V@ 1A) - PMP5136.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP5136: This reference design uses the TPS54292 dual synchronous buck converter to generate 3.3V and 1.8V outputs from a 5V input. Both outputs can deliver up to 1A. With ceramic output capacitors, this design offers a low cost, efficient and compact solution.
  • 36V-75VDC Input, 5V/20A Active Clamp Forward, 1/8th Brick Form Factor
    PMP8366: This reference design generates a 5V/20A output from a standard 48V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD17312Q5, implemented as self-driven synchronous rectifiers, provide for a highly efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard 1/8th brick footprint and includes enable, remote sense, and output overvoltage features.
  • 80V dc Input, 2-Channel, 350mA LED Driver (10V to 60V String)
    PMP4154: This reference design contains two duplicate LED drivers. Each circuit drives a 10V to 60V series connected string of LEDs at 350mA. The input range is 70VDC to 90VDC. The TPS40210 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes an enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • 100VAC-265VAC 100W High Bay LED Lighting (80V @ 350mA)
    PMP4862.4: The PMP4862 reference design drives three separate LED strings (up to 77V) at 350mA from a universal AC input. The UCC28810 is used in a PFC-Flyback configuration to provide power factor correction and isolation at the same time. Each LED driver uses one TPS40210 to control the individual LED current. PWM dimming, ON/OFF control, current monitoring, and a trim function are all provided for each individual LED string. The PFC-flyback is over 87% efficient, while the buck LED drivers are over 92% efficient. The overall efficiency is over 80%.
  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (12V @ 0.5A)
    PMP4303.3: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • Direct Type/ Local Dimming (Conventional TV power + Boost + LED driver)
    PMP4298: In this topology, the UCC28051 is a boost transition mode (TM) power factor corrector (PFC), which can rectify an AC input line voltage to 380V DC; the resonant LLC stage UCC25600 regulates the output to 24V/2A for an audio amplifier with feedback to the LLC controller, and 48V for the LED driver input. The flyback with UCC28610 in parallel generates 5V/3A for the system board and 5V/1A for standby power. In the LED driver stage, the 48V input voltage requires another front end boost stage to boost the output voltage to 80V, which connects to the eight-channel TLC5960 with 20LEDs at 120mA per string.This technique is the most common type of current LED backlight; the LLC design is easily implemented. The intelligent headroom voltage monitor (oriHVM™) automatically minimizes the power loss caused by the LED forward voltage change. Only a single additional resistor regulates the boost dc-dc output voltage.
  • 100VAC-265VAC 100W High Bay LED Lighting (100V @ 1.2A)
    PMP4862.1: The PMP4862 reference design drives three separate LED strings (up to 77V) at 350mA from a universal AC input. The UCC28810 is used in a PFC-Flyback configuration to provide power factor correction and isolation at the same time. Each LED driver uses one TPS40210 to control the individual LED current. PWM dimming, ON/OFF control, current monitoring, and a trim function are all provided for each individual LED string. The PFC-flyback is over 87% efficient, while the buck LED drivers are over 92% efficient. The overall efficiency is over 80%.
  • Class 3- 36V-72V Input 2.5V/5A Active Clamp Forward; 1/16 Brick
    PMP6886: The PMP6886 reference design provides 2.5V at 5A from a standard 48V telecom input with greater than 88% efficiency. This design uses the UCC2897A active clamp controller along with TI NexFET synchronous rectifiers. The low gate thresholds of the CSD16323Q3 and CSD16406Q3 allow them to be driven directly from the transformer windings. The circuit is built in an industry standard 1/16 brick footprint. Auxilliary features of this design include remote sense, output over-voltage protection, output voltage trim and primary side enable control.
  • Buck-Boost for Telecom -3--6V dc@6A
  • 5V Input Dual Sync Buck (3.3V @ 1A)
    PMP5136.1: This reference design uses the TPS54292 dual synchronous buck converter to generate 3.3V and 1.8V outputs from a 5V input. Both outputs can deliver up to 1A. With ceramic output capacitors, this design offers a low cost, efficient and compact solution.
  • Wide AC input AC/DC power supply for 3 phase E-meter (5V @ 0.2A) - PMP4303.2 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP4303: Simple nonSR buck with TPS54140 for various output voltages (1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V) up to 1Amp load out of 16V to 36V.
  • 100VAC-265VAC 100W High Bay LED Lighting (80V @ 350mA)
    PMP4862.3: The PMP4862 reference design drives three separate LED strings (up to 77V) at 350mA from a universal AC input. The UCC28810 is used in a PFC-Flyback configuration to provide power factor correction and isolation at the same time. Each LED driver uses one TPS40210 to control the individual LED current. PWM dimming, ON/OFF control, current monitoring, and a trim function are all provided for each individual LED string. The PFC-flyback is over 87% efficient, while the buck LED drivers are over 92% efficient. The overall efficiency is over 80%.
  • Synchronous Buck Converter 3.3V @ 2.0A
  • 50Vdc-60Vdc Input, 2-Channel, 350mA LED Driver (10V to 40V String)
    PMP4936: This reference design contains two duplicate LED drivers. Each circuit drives a 10V to 40V series connected string of LEDs at 350mA. The input range is 50VDC to 60VDC. The TPS40210 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes synchronization, enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • 36Vdc-72Vdc Input, 1.2V/25A Active Clamp Forward
    PMP6912: This reference design generates a 1.2V/25A output from a standard 48V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate thresholds of the CSD16401Q5 and CSD16325Q5 allow these devices to be used as self-driven synchronous rectifiers for a highly efficient design. This design also includes enable, remote sense, and output overvoltage features.
  • Direct Type and Local Dimming for Conventional TV power with an LED driver, no boost DC/DC
  • 55Vdc-80Vdc Input, 2-Channel, 350mA LED Driver (10V to 50V String)
    PMP4791: This reference design contains two duplicate LED drivers. Each circuit drives a 10V to 50V series connected string of LEDs at 350mA. The input range is 55VDC to 75VDC. The TPS40210 boost controller is used in an "upside-down" buck topology for a simple, low-cost solution. This circuit includes an enable, PWM dimming, current trimming, and a current sense functions for interfacing with an external microprocessor.
  • Inverter 5V,0.2A
    PMP4681.1: The PMP4681 -5.0V @ 200mA inverting buck-boost converter has an input voltage range of 11.8-13.0V. It has additional circuitry for an external enable signal and for synchronizing to an external clock frequency of 300kHz.
  • Active Clamp Forward Quarter Brick (18 to 60Vdc Input 3.3V/12A) Reference Design
    PMP8790: This reference design generates a 3.3V/12A output from a wide 18V-60V telecom input. The UCC2897A controls an active clamp forward converter power stage. The low gate charge and low RDSon of the CSD17501Q5A and CSD18502Q5B, implemented as self-driven synchronous rectifiers, provide for an efficient design. This design is laid out in a standard quarter brick footprint and includes enable, positive rail remote sense, and output trimming features.

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