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Parameters

VDS (V) 20 Power loss (W) 2.2 Ploss current (A) 15 Configuration PowerStage ID, continuous drain current at Ta=25degC (A) 25 Package (mm) SON 3.5x4.5 PowerStage Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 150 open-in-new Find other Power stages

Features

  • 93% System Efficiency at 15 A
  • Max Rated Continuous Current 25 A,
    Peak 60 A
  • High Frequency Operation (up to 2 MHz)
  • High Density - SON 3.5 × 4.5-mm
    Footprint
  • Ultra-Low Inductance Package
  • System Optimized PCB Footprint
  • Ultra-Low Quiescent (ULQ) Current Mode
  • 3.3 V and 5 V PWM Signal Compatible
  • Diode Emulation Mode with FCCM
  • Tri-State PWM Input
  • Integrated Bootstrap Diode
  • Shoot Through Protection
  • RoHS Compliant – Lead-Free Terminal
    Plating
  • Halogen Free
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Description

The CSD95375Q4M NexFET™ Power Stage is a highly optimized design for use in a high power, high density Synchronous Buck converter. This product integrates the driver IC and NexFET technology to complete the power stage switching function. The driver IC has a built-in selectable diode emulation function that enables DCM operation to improve light load efficiency. In addition, the driver IC supports ULQ mode that enables Connected Standby for Windows™ 8. With the PWM input in tri-state, quiescent current is reduced to 130 µA, with immediate response. When SKIP# is held at tri-state, the current is reduced to 8 µA (typically 20 µs is required to resume switching). This combination produces a high current, high efficiency, and high speed switching device in a small 3.5 × 4.5-mm outline package. In addition, the PCB footprint has been optimized to help reduce design time and simplify the completion of the overall system design.

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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet CSD95375Q4M Synchronous Buck NexFET Power Stage datasheet (Rev. A) Sep. 04, 2014
Technical articles Understanding the benefits of “lead-free” power MOSFETs Feb. 07, 2019
Technical articles When to use load switches in place of discrete MOSFETs Feb. 03, 2016
Technical articles 48V systems: Driving power MOSFETs efficiently and robustly Oct. 08, 2015

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Design tools & simulation

SIMULATION MODELS Download
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CALCULATION TOOLS Download
Buck Converter NexFET™ Selection Tool
FETPWRCALC — This tool is designed to assist engineers in the selection of Texas Instruments’ discrete power MOSFET and Power Block devices for their synchronous buck design. Users can input the conditions for their power supply and compare various discrete and power block solutions by power loss, relative (...)
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  • Select from a pre-established list of TI controllers or enter your own custom IC
  • Rank solutions by effective power loss and compare by relative 1k price, device package, and total PCB footprint
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