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| 7. || What is the difference between IRF640 and IRF740? (permalink) |
| || score: 5, Hardware, 2021-12-31 02:58:18, published by JaneCai |
|The IRF740 is a high-voltage N-channel MOSFET that is primarily used in high-voltage, high-speed switching applications. This transistor can drive a maximum load voltage of 400V and a maximum load current of 10A. The IRF640 is an N Channel MOSFET that is developed for high-speed switching.What about their difference in usage?IRF640 can be utilized in circuits where switching speed is critical, such as battery backup systems and uninterruptible power supply, as well as in general-purpose switching applications. Aside from that, it can be utilized as a component in audio amplifiers.The IRF740 can be utilized in circuits that require a voltage load of up to 400V and a current demand of 10A. It's also excellent for applications where the user needs to move from one source to another in nanoseconds, because of its high-speed switching capability.It may be used in a number of high voltage applications, including uninterrupted power supply, LED and other light ballasts, and so on, thanks to its 400V load capabilities. [additional details]|
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