Yes. NEVER exceed the maximum ratings of any component.is the mosfet gate damaged if it clamps to ~40% more than Vgs rating?
It doesn't matter how short the transients are. The damage isn't caused by heat, but from puncturing through the gate oxide.transients are typically short.
Most likely.is the mosfet gate damaged if it clamps to ~40% more than Vgs rating?
Any allowable overstress from transients will be listed in the datasheet. If it isn't, then you should assume that it isn't allowed; or contact manufacturer to see if it's characterized.transients are typically short.
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