isotop: http://www.icbanq.com/icbank_data/semi_package/sot227_dim.pdfDude, you're not making any sense. What is an "iso slot" What is an "isotop"? What is that thing in your drawing?
Another minus, can probably assume it is a fairly hot location for a lot of applications. Perhaps voltage sensing right at the terminals? Fault sensing? I dunno... Maybe the OP could say?Would like a small thin board with a gate driver and a few filter caps but it doesen't seem this is ideal especially the emi which can come out of the package. Replacing wires doesent seem to be any option since their current handling needs to be high for such a package.
That ISOTOP package is widely used in power mosfets, IGBTs and even some diodes. They use them in motor drives , welders , plasma cutters, etc. Stuff that need to pass a lot of power. The base is isolated from the electronic parts so it doesn't need to be insulated from the heat sink.Dude, you're not making any sense. What is an "iso slot" What is an "isotop"? What is that thing in your drawing?
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