FSB52006S: Intelligent Power Module, 60V, 2.2A

Description: FSB52006S is a Motion SPM® 5 series bas...
  • FSB52006S is a Motion SPM® 5 series based on fast-recovery MOSFET (FRFET®) technology as a compact inverter solution for small power motor drive applications such as fans and pumps. It is composed of six FRFET MOSFETs and three half-bridge gate drive HVICs. FSB52006S provides low electromagnetic interference (EMI) characteristics with optimized switching speed. Moreover, since it employs MOSFET as a power switch, it has greater ruggedness and a larger safe operating area (SOA) than IGBT-based power modules. The package is optimized for thermal performance and compactness for use in applications where space is limited. FSB52006S is the right solution for inverters requiring energy efficiency, compactness, and low electromagnetic interference.
  • Features
  • 60V, RDS(ON).MAX=80mΩ @ 25°C 3-phase FRFET inverterincluding high voltage integrated circuit (HVIC)
  • Three separate negative DC-link terminals for inverter current sensing applications
  • HVIC for gate driving and undervoltage protection
  • Active-High interface, can work with 3.3V/5V logic
  • Optimized for low electromagnetic interference
  • Isolation voltage rating of 1500Vrms for 1min.
  • Surface mounted device package
  • Moisture Sensitive Level 3
  • Applications
  • Motion Control - Home Appliance/Industrial Motor
  • Technical Documentation & Design Resources
    Availability and Samples
  • Status: Active
  • Compliance: Pb-free 
  • Description: Intelligent Power Module, 60V, 2.2A
  • Package Type: SMD-023
  • Package Case Outline: MODEH
  • MSL: 3
  • Container Type: REEL
  • Container Qty: 450
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  • Specifications
  • Family: SPM® 5 Series 
  • Rated Voltage Min (V): 60 
  • IO @ 25 °C Min (A): 2.6 
  • VCE(sat) @ 25 °C Typ (V):
  • RDS(on) (Ω): 0.08 
  • Emitter Configuration: 3 source pins 
  • Shutdown Pin: No 
  • Package Type: SMD-023 
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