NV6113 650 V Single GaNFast™ Power IC (300 mΩ)

Navitas’ power IC is an easy-to-use digital input, power output, high-frequency powertrain

Image of Navitas NV6113 Power IC The NV6113 650 V GaNFast power IC from Navitas is optimized for high-frequency, soft-switching topologies. Monolithic integration of FET, drive, and logic creates an easy-to-use digital-in/power-out high-performance powertrain building block, enabling designers to create fast, small, and efficient power converters. High dV/dt immunity, high-speed integrated drive, and industry-standard low-profile, low-inductance 5 mm x 6 mm SMT QFN packaging allow designers to exploit Navitas' GaN technology with simple, quick, dependable solutions for breakthrough power density and efficiency. GaNFast power ICs extend the capabilities of traditional topologies such as flyback, half-bridge, and resonant to MHz+ and enable the commercial introduction of breakthrough designs.

Features
  • GaNFast power IC
    • Monolithically-integrated gate drive
    • Wide logic input range with hysteresis
    • 5 V/15 V input-compatible
    • Wide VCC range (10 V to 30 V)
    • Programmable turn-on dV/dt
    • 200 V/ns dV/dt immunity
    • 650 V eMode GaN FET
    • Low 300 mΩ resistance
    • Zero reverse recovery charge
    • 2 MHz operation
  • Small, low-profile SMT QFN
    • 5 mm x 6 mm footprint, 0.85 mm profile
    • Minimized package inductance
  • Environmental
    • RoHS
    • Pb-free
    • REACH-compliant
Applications
  • AC-DC, DC-DC, and DC-AC
  • Buck, boost, half bridge, and full bridge
  • Active clamp flybacks, LLC resonant, and class D
  • Mobile fast chargers and adapters
  • Notebook adaptors
  • LED lighting and solar micro-inverters
  • TV/monitor and wireless power
  • Server, telecom, and networking SMPS

NV6113 650V Single GaNFast Power IC

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionSwitch TypeNumber of OutputsRatio - Input:OutputAvailable QuantityView Details
GANFAST PWR IC 650V 300MOHM 5X6NV6113GANFAST PWR IC 650V 300MOHM 5X6General Purpose11:11501 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2019-01-07