I'm trying to do low-side switch with N-MOSFET.
I don't want to connect something into it. My load should be resistor in order to see how this transistor works (turning on/off, power dissipation). I chose 600V transistor, 11A drain current, 0,3Ω Rdson. I know, it's big, but my goal is, to compare him to SiC transistor, so they need to be almost the same. Max Vdd is 30V. So, from Ohm's law i calculated that my load(resistor) should be 2,7Ω in order to achieve 11A drain current. But then i'll have above 300W power, which none resistor 2,7Ω can hold out. What can i do, to achieve 11A drain current? I heard, that i can connect more resistors in series and parralell and it helps me to spread power on single resistors, but i don't know how to do that. Sorry if there are mistakes in english, but i'm from Poland and my english is not as good, as i want it to be :)