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The sequence in which the highly doped n+ source diffusion occurs after the p- doped substrate diffusion gives rise to the moniker “DMOS.”
The DMOS technology underwent further advancements, and as a result, it became one of the main power FET technologies.
The Global 7-Channel DMOS Transistor Array market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
7-Channel DMOS Transistor Array from Diodes Incorporated Drives Inductive Loads While Dissipating Minimal Power.
A new transistor array has been released by Diodes Incorporated (Diodes). The DIODES ULN62003A is made up of seven open-drain, 500mA-rated transistors, all of whose sources are wired to the same ground pin.
This high-current transistor array is intended for climate control and home appliance designs and is capable of driving a wide range of loads, including solenoids, relays, DC motors, and LED displays.
The item can be used in air conditioners, microwaves, dryers, and washing machines.The ULN62003A, which is made with DMOSFET output transistors, has an output voltage drop of only 0.2V. This is significantly less than the pin-compatible bipolar devices.
The reduced power dissipation that results not only reduces overall power consumption but also lessens thermal problems and boosts dependability.
Additionally, it makes it possible to regulate additional devices while keeping the required die temperature constant.
Additionally, the device has far greater versatility and enables the use of the GND pin for overcurrent detection because of its compatibility for input voltages as low as -1V.
This feature broadens the applications that the ULN62003A can serve and further improves system robustness. Each output of this transistor array has a clamping diode for safety and increased dependability while driving inductive loads.
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