How is the Bx Connection on a triplex Darlington Transistor used? (300A, 1000V KS621K30)

How is the Bx Connection on a triplex Darlington Transistor used? (300A, 1000V KS621K30)

by WW111
September 26, 2023

At KS621K30 applications, by Powerex, it is mentioned at page ii that Bx, when exposed, can be useful when using multiple modules in parallel. I haven't found more detail about it.

by vanderghast
September 27, 2023

And I suggest this Youtube video as intro about using BJT in parallel, with the associated problems you may encounter. (Not directly about Darlingtons transistors, but an intro is ... an intro.)

by vanderghast
September 27, 2023

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