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VGS (V) 10 VDS (V) 30 Power loss (W) 1.3 Ploss current (A) 10 ID - continuous drain current at Ta=25degC (A) 15 Operating temperature range (C) -55 to 150 Features Power supply Duty cycle (%) Low
VGS (V) 10 VDS (V) 30 Power loss (W) 1.3 Ploss current (A) 10 ID - continuous drain current at Ta=25degC (A) 15 Operating temperature range (C) -55 to 150 Features Power supply Duty cycle (%) Low
  • Half-Bridge Power Block
  • Up to 27-V VIN
  • Up to 15-A Operation
  • 91% System Efficiency at 10 A
  • High-Frequency Operation (up to 1.5 MHz)
  • High Density SON 3.3-mm × 3.3-mm Footprint
  • Optimized for 5-V Gate Drive
  • Low-Switching Losses
  • Ultra-Low-Inductance Package
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Halogen Free
  • Lead-Free Terminal Plating
  • Half-Bridge Power Block
  • Up to 27-V VIN
  • Up to 15-A Operation
  • 91% System Efficiency at 10 A
  • High-Frequency Operation (up to 1.5 MHz)
  • High Density SON 3.3-mm × 3.3-mm Footprint
  • Optimized for 5-V Gate Drive
  • Low-Switching Losses
  • Ultra-Low-Inductance Package
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Halogen Free
  • Lead-Free Terminal Plating

The CSD87331Q3D NexFET™ power block is an optimized design for synchronous buck applications offering high-current, high-efficiency, and high-frequency capability in a small 3.3-mm × 3.3-mm outline. Optimized for 5-V gate drive applications, this product offers a flexible solution capable of offering a high-density power supply when paired with any 5-V gate drive from an external controller/driver.

The CSD87331Q3D NexFET™ power block is an optimized design for synchronous buck applications offering high-current, high-efficiency, and high-frequency capability in a small 3.3-mm × 3.3-mm outline. Optimized for 5-V gate drive applications, this product offers a flexible solution capable of offering a high-density power supply when paired with any 5-V gate drive from an external controller/driver.

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* Data sheet CSD87331Q3D Synchronous Buck NexFET™ Power Block datasheet (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 21 Feb 2017
Application note MOSFET Support and Training Tools (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 04 Nov 2022
Application note Tips for Successfully Paralleling Power MOSFETs PDF | HTML 31 May 2022
Technical article How to choose the right power MOSFET or power block package for your application 29 Oct 2019
Technical article Discrete FETs vs. power blocks - how to choose the right SOA for your design 06 Jun 2019
Technical article Understanding the benefits of “lead-free” power MOSFETs 08 Feb 2019
Application note QFN and SON PCB Attachment (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 24 Aug 2018
Selection guide Power Management Guide 2018 (Rev. R) 25 Jun 2018
Technical article How to Select a MOSFET – Selection Tool 07 Feb 2018
Application note Semiconductor and IC Package Thermal Metrics (Rev. C) PDF | HTML 19 Apr 2016
Application note Ringing Reduction Techniques for NexFET High Performance MOSFETs 16 Nov 2011
Application note PowerStack™ Packaging Technology Overview 18 Jul 2011

Design & development

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Simulation model

CSD87331Q3D Unencrypted PSpice Model Package (Rev. B)

SLPM031B.ZIP (4 KB) - PSpice Model
Calculation tool

SYNC-BOOST-FET-LOSS-CALC — Power loss calculation tool for synchronous boost converter

MOSFET power loss calculator for synchronous boost converter applications.
Calculation tool

SYNC-BUCK-FET-LOSS-CALC — MOSFET power loss calculator for synchronous buck converter applications

Quickly trade off size, cost and performance to select the optimal MOSFET based on application conditions.
Reference designs

PMP12004-HE — Reference Design for Powering a Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ Remote Radio Head (RRH) or Backhaul (BH)

This design for powering Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ (www.xilinx.com/power) Remote Radio Heads (RRH) features the TPS6508640 and is a small and highly efficient solution. The PMIC reduces size, cost, and power loss by having integrated rails into 1 device, high switching frequency and separate rails (...)
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