RET devices provide robust, cost-effective means of switching and driving loads directly from logic device

By Nexperia

In response to the need for higher efficiency and higher power, many electronic systems today are shifting to fast switching, using MOSFETs or wide bandgap devices. However, every system or sub-system has a range of switching requirements. For low frequency, medium voltage switching, Resistor Equipped Transistors (RETs) – also known as digital transistors or pre-bias transistors are commonly the preferred choice. Often used to provide a simple way to switch and drive loads directly from logic devices, RETs offer many benefits like size and cost reductions, with increased reliability and robustness. Nexperia’s latest whitepaper discusses the operation, structure and design considerations of Nexperia’s portfolio of RETs.


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