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DATA SHEET

MOS FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTORS

2SK2367/2SK2368
SWITCHING
N-CHANNEL POWER MOS FET
INDUSTRIAL USE

DESCRIPTION
The 2SK2367/2SK2368 is N-Channel MOS Field Effect Transistor PACKAGE DIMENSIONS
designed for high voltage switching applications. (in millimeter)
4.7 MAX.
15.7 MAX. 3.20.2

1.0
FEATURES 1.5

Low On-Resistance 4

7.0
20.00.2
2SK2367: RDS (on) = 0.5 (VGS = 10 V, ID = 8.0 A)

4.50.2
6.0
2SK2368: RDS (on) = 0.6 (VGS = 10 V, ID = 8.0 A)
1 2 3
Low Ciss Ciss = 1 600 pF TYP.

19 MIN.
High Avalanche Capability Ratings

3.00.2
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (TA = 25 C)
2.20.2 1.00.2 0.60.1 2.80.1
Drain to Source Voltage (2SK2367/2SK2368) VDSS 450/500 V
5.45 5.45
Gate to Source Voltage VGSS 30 V 1. Gate
2. Drain
Drain Current (DC) ID (DC) 15 A 3. Source
Drain Current (pulse)* ID (pulse) 60 A 4. Fin (Drain)
Total Power Dissipation (Tc = 25 C) PT1 120 W
MP-88
Total Power Dissipation (TA = 25 C) PT2 3.0 W
Channel Temperature Tch 150 C Drain

Storage Temperature Tstg 55 to +150 C


Single Avalanche Current** IAS 15 A Body
Single Avalanche Energy** EAS 161 mJ Diode
Gate
* PW 10 s, Duty Cycle 1 %
** Starting Tch = 25 C, RG = 25 , VGS = 20 V 0

Source

Document No. TC-2506


(O. D. No. TC-8065)
Date Published December 1994 P
Printed in Japan
1995
1994
2SK2367/2SK2368

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA = 25 C)

CHARACTERISTIC SYMBOL MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT TEST CONDITIONS


Drain to Source On-Resistance RDS (on) 0.4 0.5 VGS = 10 V 2SK2367

0.5 0.6 ID = 8.0 A 2SK2368


Gate to Source Cutoff Voltage VGS (off) 2.5 3.5 V VDS = 10 V, ID = 1 mA
Forward Transfer Admittance | yfs | 5.0 S VDS = 10 V, ID = 8.0 A

Drain Leakage Current IDSS 100 A VDS = VDSS, VGS = 0


Gate to Source Leakage Current IGSS 100 nA VGS = 30 V, VDS = 0
Input Capacitance Ciss 1 600 pF VDS = 10 V

Output Capacitance Coss 300 pF VGS = 0


Reverse Transfer Capacitance Crss 30 pF f = 1 MHz
Turn-On Delay Time td (on) 30 ns ID = 8.0 A

Rise Time tr 40 ns VGS = 10 V


Turn-Off Delay Time td (off) 70 ns VDD = 150 V
Fall Time tf 25 ns RG = 10 RL = 18.8

Total Gate Charge QG 43 nC ID = 15 A


Gate to Source Charge QGS 10 nC VDD = 400 V
Gate to Drain Charge QGD 20 nC VGS = 10 V

Body Diode Forward Voltage VF (S-D) 1.0 V IF = 15 A, VGS = 0


Reverse Recovery Time trr 400 ns IF = 15 A, VGS = 0
Reverse Recovery Charge Qrr 1.8 C di/dt = 50 A/s

Test Circuit 1 Avalanche Capability Test Circuit 2 Switching Time

D.U.T. D.U.T.
RG = 25 L RL VGS
VGS 90 %
VGS (on)
RG Wave Form 10 %
0
PG. 50 PG. RG = 10
VDD VDD
VGS = 20 - 0 V ID 90 %
90 %
VGS ID
BVDSS I 10 % 10 %
0 D 0
Wave Form
IAS
ID VDS t td (on) tr td (off) tf
VDD
ton toff
t = 1 us
Duty Cycle 1 %
Starting Tch

Test Circuit 3 Gate Charge

D.U.T.
IG = 2 mA RL

PG. 50 VDD

The application circuits and their parameters are for references only and are not intended for use in actual design-in's.

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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA = 25 C)

DERATING FACTOR OF FORWARD BIAS TOTAL POWER DISSIPATION vs.


SAFE OPERATING AREA CASE TEMPERATURE
100 120
dT - Percentage of Rated Power - %

PT - Total Power Dissipation - W


80 100

80
60
60
40
40

20
20

0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160


TC - Case Temperature - C TC - Case Temperature - C

DRAIN CURRENT vs.


FORWARD BIAS SAFE OPERATING AREA
DRAIN TO SOURCE VOLTAGE
100 24
ID (pulse) PW Pulsed
d
ite =
L im 0 V) 10 20
10
=1
)
on 0 VGS = 20 V
S( s

ID - Drain Current - A

RD VGS 1 s ID - Drain Current - A 10 V


(a t m
10 ID (DC) s 16
8V
Po 10 6V
w m
er s 12
Di
ss
ipa
tio 2SK2368 8
1.0 n
Lim
ite 2SK2367
d 4
TC = 25 C
Single Pulse
0.1
1 10 100 1 000 0 4 8 12 16
VDS - Drain to Source Voltage - V VDS - Drain to Source Voltage - V

DRAIN CURRENT vs.


GATE TO SOURCE VOLTAGE
100
Pulsed

10
ID - Drain Current - A

TA = 25 C
25 C
1 75 C
125 C

0.1

0 5 10 15
VGS - Gate to Source Voltage - V

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TRANSIENT THERMAL RESISTANCE vs. PULSE WIDTH


1 000

rth (ch-c) (t) - Transient Thermal Resistance - C/W 100 Rth (ch-a) = 41.7 C/W

10

Rth (ch-c) = 1.04 C/W


1

0.1

0.01
TC = 25 C
Single Pulse
0.001
10 u 100 u 1m 10 m 100 m 1 10 100 1 000
PW - Pulse Width - s

FORWARD TRANSFER ADMITTANCE vs. DRAIN TO SOURCE ON-STATE RESISTANCE vs.

RDS (on) - Drain to Source On-State Resistance -


DRAIN CURRENT GATE TO SOURCE VOLTAGE
100 1.5
| yfs | - Forward Transfer Admittance - S

VDS = 10 V Pulsed
Pulsed
TA = 25 C
25 C
10 75 C 1.0
125 C
ID = 10 A
5A
2.5 A
1.0 0.5

0.1 1.0 10 100 0 10 20 30


ID - Drain Current - A VGS - Gate to Source Voltage - V

DRAIN TO SOURCE ON-STATE GATE TO SOURCE CUTOFF VOLTAGE


RDS (on) - Drain to Source On-State Resistance -

RESISTANCE vs. DRAIN CURRENT vs. CHANNEL TEMPERATURE


2.0
VGS (off) - Gate to Source Cutoff Voltage - V

Pulsed
4.0

3.0

1.0
2.0

1.0

0 0
1.0 10 100 50 0 50 100 150
ID - Drain Current - A Tch - Channel Temperature - C

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DRAIN TO SOURCE ON-STATE RESISTANCE vs. SOURCE TO DRAIN DIODE

RDS (on) - Drain to Source On-State Resistance


CHANNEL TEMPERATURE FORWARD VOLTAGE
1.5
Pulsed
100

ISD - Diode Forward Current - A


1.0
10

VGS = 0
ID = 10 A
5A 1.0
0.5
VGS = 10 V
0.1
VGS = 10 V
0
50 0 50 100 150 0 0.5 1.0 1.5
Tch - Channel Temperature - C VSD - Source to Drain Voltage - V

CAPACITANCE vs. DRAIN TO


SOURCE VOLTAGE SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
10 000 1 000
VGS = 0
tr

td (on), tr, td (off), tf - Switching Time - ns


f = 1 MHz
Ciss, Coss, Crss - Capacitance - pF

Ciss tf
1 000 100
td(on)
td(off)

100 Coss 10

VDS = 150 V
Crss VGS = 10 V
RG = 10
10 1.0
1 10 100 1 000 0.1 1.0 10 100
VDS - Drain to Source Voltage - V ID - Drain Current - A

REVERSE RECOVERY TIME vs.


DRAIN CURRENT DYNAMIC INPUT/OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
400 16
di/dt = 50 A/s
VGS = 0 ID = 10 A
VDS - Drain to Source Voltage - V
trr - Reverse Recovery Time - ns

14 VGS - Gate to Source Voltage - V


VDD = 400 V
300 250 V 12
125 V
1 000 VGS
10

200 8

100 4
100 VDS 2

0.1 1.0 10 100 0 10 20 30 40


ID - Drain Current - A Qg - Gate Charge - nC

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SINGLE AVALANCHE ENERGY vs. SINGLE AVALANCHE CURRENT vs.


STARTING CHANNEL TEMPERATURE INDUCTIVE LOAD
200
ID (peak) = IAS RG = 25
RG = 25
EAS - Single Avalanche Energy - mJ

VDD = 150 V

IAS - Single Avalanche Current - A


VGS = 20 V 0 V VGS = 20 V 0
161 mJ VDD = 150 V Starting Tch = 25 C
150 IAS = 15 A

10
EA
S
=1
100 61
mJ

50
1.0

25 50 75 100 125 150 175 100 u 1.0 m 10 m 100 m


Starting Tch-Starting Channel Temperature - C L - Inductive load - H

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REFERENCE

Document Name Document No.


NEC semiconductor device reliability/quality control system. TEI-1202

Quality grade on NEC semiconductor devices. IEI-1209


Semiconductor device mounting technology manual. IEI-1207
Semiconductor device package manual. IEI-1213

Guide to quality assurance for semiconductor devices. MEI-1202


Semiconductor selection guide. MF-1134
Power MOS FET features and application switching power supply. TEA-1034

Application circuits using Power MOS FET. TEA-1035


Safe operating area of Power MOS FET. TEA-1037

The diode connected between the gate and source of the transistor serves as a protector against ESD. When
this device is actually used, an additional protection circuit is externally required if a voltage exceeding the
rated voltage may be applied to this device.

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