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|Dimensions||3 x 1.7 x 1mm|
|Maximum Continuous Drain Current||2.3 A|
|Maximum Drain Source Resistance||0.115 Ω|
|Maximum Drain Source Voltage||20 V|
|Maximum Gate Source Voltage||±8 V|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||+150 °C|
|Maximum Power Dissipation||0.96 W|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-55 °C|
|Mounting Type||Surface Mount|
|Number of Elements per Chip||2|
|Typical Gate Charge @ Vgs||4.4 nC V @ 4.5|
|Typical Input Capacitance @ Vds||467 pF V @ 10|
|Typical Turn-Off Delay Time||18 ns|
|Typical Turn-On Delay Time||8 ns|
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