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I'm working on a 3 Phase brushless sensorless driver ( Allegro A4960 ) I need to drive different motor in term of power. The voltage is 24V but the current per phase varies from 1A to 6A. So I'm looking for an N-Mosfet suitable for this current. The A4960 evaluation board uses the IRFR2405PBF but I was wondering if the CSD18533Q5A could be better. I'm not an expert on mosfet and motor driver. My valutation is based on IDrain and Rdson. Are these 2 variables sufficient or am I missing something else? Could I not consider the fswitching on the mosfet to calculate the dissipated power?In this case I will choice the CSD18533Q5A because of the lower Rdson.

Thanks in advance

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My valutation is based on IDrain and Rdson. Are these 2 variables sufficient or am I missing something else?

Those parameters allow you to consider static power loss situations. You also need to consider peak voltage ratings and the TI device looks comparable but might need more heat-sinking because it looks a smaller device - look for the temperature rise per watt information and make comparisons.

Peak gate drive voltages are both +/-20 volts so that's a no-brainer.

Regards switching losses, you need to compare rise times and fall times given the driver you are using and the output and reverse transfer capacitance of the device. One worry is that the reverse transfer capacitance of the TI part looks remarkably low at 7 pF (typical) yet appears to be around 20 pF in the graphs (a quick look so I could have been mistaken). I would want to clarify this discrepancy before making a decision on which way to go.

Anyway, for your sort of application this is what I'd want to compare.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Hi guys, thank you for your reply. I don't have "space problem" on the PCB, I just want to be sure as much possible that the mosfet will handle the current. And of course the price.. \$\endgroup\$ – EnricoPallazzo Jun 28 '17 at 12:05
  • \$\begingroup\$ @EnricoPallazzo I think it should be OK based on what detail you have in your question. \$\endgroup\$ – Andy aka Jun 28 '17 at 12:41

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