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December 2020 – IXYS IXTY14N60X2 and IXTP14N60X2 Discrete MOSFETs

Published on: 02/12/2020

Designed using the latest MOSFET technology, discover the benefits of using IXYS’ discrete MOSFETs

IXYS IXTY14N60X2 and IXTP14N60X2 Discrete MOSFETs

Learn more about IXYS Discrete MOSFETs IXTY14N60X2 and IXTP14N60X2

IXYS’ X2 ultra junction MOSFETs are designed with the latest MOSFET technology for high efficiency SMPS applications.

IXYS have developed these new devices featuring the lowest on-state resistances, along with low gate charges and superior dv/dt performance. IXYS’ avalanche capability enhances the device ruggedness and is designed using the charge compensation principle and proprietary process technology.

These devices exhibit long-term stability and reliability in extended lifetime applications thanks to it’s superior power dissipation performance.



  • Low switching losses
  • High reliability
  • High power density
  • Reduced turn-on and turn-off delay times



  • Low Rds(on) and Qq
  • High current capability with small package
  • High current capability with small package
  • High dv/dt capability
  • Superior avalanche capability
  • Low package inductance
  • Low Coss



  • Medical power
  • Telecom power
  • EV charger
  • Server power


IXTY14N60X2 Datasheet

IXTP14N60X2 Datasheet


GD Rectifiers is an authorised distributor for IXYS, a world leading power semiconductor manufacturer, now part of Littelfuse.

For further information on IXYS semiconductors or to discuss your requirements, please call GD Rectifiers on: 01444 243 452 or email:


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