Measuring Power MOSFET Characteristics

Measuring Power MOSFET Characteristics
VISHAY SILICONIX
Power MOSFETs
Application Note AN-957
Measuring Power MOSFET Characteristics
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
1. General Information .................................................................................................................................................................. 2
2. BVDSS ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
3. IDSS ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
4. VGS(th) ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
5. IGSS ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 4
6. gfs .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
7. RDS(on) ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
8. VSD............................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
9. Composite Characteristics ....................................................................................................................................................... 6
10. Transfer Characteristics ......................................................................................................................................................... 6
11. Measurement of Power MOSFET Characteristics without a Curve Tracer ............................................................................ 6
12. A Fixture to Speed-up Testing Time ...................................................................................................................................... 9
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APPLICATION NOTE
This application note describes methods for measuring Power MOSFET characteristics, both with a curve tracer and with
special-purpose test circuits.
Application Note AN-957
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Measuring Power MOSFET Characteristics
TOPICS COVERED:
• Gate leakage
The curve tracer used as an example in this application note
is a Tektronix 576, since this instrument is in widespread
use. However, the principles involved apply equally well to
other makes and models. Figure 1 shows the layout of the
controls of the Tektronix 576 curve tracer, with major
controls identified by the names used in this application
note. Throughout this applicationnote, when controls are
referred to, the name of the control is printed in capitals. For
all tests, when the power is on, the initialstate of the curve
tracer is assumed to be as follows:
• Transconductance
• Left/right switch in “off” position
• On-resistance
• Variable collector supply at zero
• Diode drop
• Display not inverted
• Characteristics in synchronous rectification
• Display offset set at zero
• Transfer characteristics
• Step/offset polarity button out (not inverted)
• Measurements without a curve tracer
• Vert./horiz. display magnifier set at norm (off)
• Device capacitances
• The rep button of the step family selector should be in
• Switching times
• The aid button of the offset selector should be in
• Gate charge
• The norm button of the rate selector should be in
• Converting the nomenclature from bipolars to MOSFETs
• P-channel Power MOSFETs
• Initial settings
• Breakdown
• Drain leakage
• Gate threshold
• Reverse recovery
• A fixture to speed-up testing time
• Related topics
APPLICATION NOTE
1. GENERAL
Curve tracers have generally been designed for making
measurements on bipolar transistors. While Power
MOSFETs can betested satisfactorily on most curve tracers,
the controls of these instruments are generally labeled with
reference to bipolar transistors, and the procedure to follow
in the case of MOSFETs is not immediately obvious. This
application note describes methods for measuring Power
MOSFET characteristics, both with a curve tracer and with
special-purpose test circuits. Testing Power MOSFETs on a
curve tracer is a simple matter, provided the broad
correspondence between bipolar transistor and Power
MOSFET features are borne in mind. Table 1 matches some
features of Power MOSFETs with their bipolar counterparts.
The Power MOSFET used in all the examples is the IRF630.
The controlsettings given in the examples are those suitable
for the IRF630. The user must modify these values
appropriately when testing adifferent device. The IRF630
was selected since it is a typical mid-range device with a
voltage rating of 200 V and acontinuous current rating of 9 A
(with TC = 25 °C). For measurements with currents above
20 A, or for pulsed tests notcontrolled by the gate, the
Tektronix 176 Pulsed High Current Fixture must be used
instead of the standard test fixture.
The IRF630 is an n-channel device. For a p-channel device,
all the test procedures are the same except that the position
of the Polarity Selector Switch must be reversed - that is, for
p-channel devices, it must be in the PNP position.
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Fig. 1 - Location of controls in a 576 curve tracer
The accuracy of all tests is predicated on the correct use of
the Kelvin connections, as indicated in the instructions for
the curve tracer. This is particularly important for power
semiconductors, as inductive and resistive drops across
sockets and wiring are significant.
Some tests require the use of high voltages. After the device
is mounted in the test fixture as described for each test, the
test fixture safety cover should be closed and the curve
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Measuring Power MOSFET Characteristics
tracer manufacturer’s safety warnings heeded. The exposed
metal parts of many Power MOSFETs (for example, the tab
of TO-220 devices) are connected to the drain and are
therefore at the potential of the collector supply.
As with any semiconductor device, some of the
characteristics of Power MOSFETs are temperature
dependent. For tests in which there is significant heating of
the Power MOSFET, a low repetition rate should be used.
For tests involving a slow transition through the linear
region, a damping resistor of at least 10  should be
connected in series with the gate, close to the gate lead to
prevent oscillations. If frequent testing of MOS-gated
devices is expected, the use of a test fixture that plugs
directly into the curve tracer would save a significant
amount time. Such a fixture is descibed in Section 12.
MOS-gated transistors are static sensitive. Wrist straps,
grounding mats and other ESD precautions must be
followed, as indicated in INT-955.
2. BVDSS
This is the drain-source breakdown voltage (with VGS = 0).
BVDSS should be greater than or equal to the rated voltage
of the device, at the specified leakage current.
1. Connect the device as follows: drain to “C”, gate to “B”,
source to “E”.
2. Set the max. peak V to 350 V.
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Fig. 2 - Drain-source breakdown voltage
3. IDSS
This is the drain current for a drain-source voltage of 100 %
of rated voltage, with VGS = 0. This measurement is made in
the same manner as BVDSS, except that:
1. The mode switch is set to “leakage”.
2. Connect the device using the left/right switch and adjust
the collector supply voltage to the rated voltage of the
Power MOSFET (200 V for the IRF630). Read the value
of IDSS from the display (see figure 3). The vertical
sensitivity may need altering to obtain an appropriately
sized display. Often IDSS will be in the nA range and the
current observed will be capacitor currents due to minute
variations in collector supply voltage.
3. Set the series resistor to limit the avalanche current to a
safe value (i.e., tens of mA). A suitable value in this case
would be 14 k.
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4. Set the polarity switch to NPN.
5. The mode control should be set to norm.
6. Horizontal V/div. should be set at 50 V/div. on the
“collector” range.
7. Vertical current/div. should be set at 50 µA/div.
8. On the plug-in fixture, the connection selector should be
set to “short” in the “emitter grounded” sector. This
action grounds the gate and disables the step generator.
Fig. 3 - Drain-source breakdown voltage
4. VGS(th)
This is the gate-source voltage which produces 250 μA of
drain current (VDS = VGS). At this gate-source voltage the
device enters the active region. In circuits where devices are
connected in parallel, switching losses can be minimized by
using device swith closely matched threshold voltages. This
test requires the gate to be connected to the drain and
conducted as follows:
1. Connect the device as follows: source to “E”, gate to “B”,
drain to “C”. This connection arrangement may require
the construction of a special test fixture. Bending of the
device leads can cause mechanical stress which results
in the failure of the device.
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9. Connect the device using the left/right switch. Increase
the collector supply voltage using the variable collector
supply control until the current (as indicated by the trace
on the screen) reaches 250 µA. (see figure 2.) Read
BVDSS from the screen.
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2. Set the max. peak V to 15 V.
3. Set the series resistor to 0.3 .
4. Set polarity to PNP. This causes the drain (collector)
terminal to be negative with respect to the source
(emitter) terminal.
5. Set the mode control to norm.
6. Set the vertical current/div. to 50 µA/div.
7. Set the horizontal V/div. to 500 mV/div.
8. Set the connection selector to “short” in the “emitter
grounded” sector.
9. Display should be inverted.
10. Connect the device using the left/right switch. Increase
the variable collector voltage until the drain current
reaches 250 µA as indicated by the trace on the screen.
Read the voltage on the horizontal center line (since this
line corresponds to ID = 250 µA) (see figure 4).
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supply control, but do not exceed 20 V, the maximum
allowable gate voltage. It may be necessary to adjust the
vertical sensitivity. Read the leakage current from the
display (see figure 5). In many cases, the leakage current
will be inthe nA range, in which case the trace will be
dominated by currents which flow through the device
capacitance as aresult of minute fluctuations in the
collector supply voltage.
10. The above procedure is for determining gate leakage
current with a positive gate voltage. To make the same
measurement using a negative voltage, reduce the
variable collector supply voltage to zero, change the
polarity switch to the PNP position, and reapply the
voltage (see figure 6). The trace will take time to settle
because of the gate-source capacitance.
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Fig. 5 - Gate-source threshold voltage
6. gfs
Fig. 4 - Gate-source threshold voltage
5. IGSS
This is the gate-source leakage current with the drain
connected to the source. An excessive amount of gate
leakage current indicates gate oxide damage.
1. The device is connected as follows: gate to “C”, drain to
“B”, source to “E”. This is not the usual connection
sequence, and a special test fixture will be required if
bending of the leads is to be avoided.
APPLICATION NOTE
2. Set the max. peak V to 75 V.
3. Set the series resistor to a low value (for example.,
6.5 ).
4. Set polarity to NPN.
This is the forward transconductance of the device at a
specified value of ID. gfs represents the signal gain (drain
current divided by gate voltage) in the linear region. This
parameter should be measured with a small AC
superimposed on a gate bias and the curve tracer is not the
appropriate tool for this measurement. Even with specific
test equipment, as indicated in section 11, the DC bias
tends to overheat the MOSFET very rapidly and care should
be exercised to insure that the pulse is suitably short.
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5. Set the mode switch to leakage.
6. Set the connection selector to the “short” position in
the “emitter grounded” sector.
7. Horizontal V/div. should be set at 5 V/div.
8. Vertical current/div. should be set to an appropriately
low range.
Fig. 6 - Gate-source leakage current at - 20 V
9. Connect the device using the left/right switch. Increase
the collector supply voltage using the variable collector
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7. RDS(ON)
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This is the drain-source resistance at 25 °C with VGS = 10 V.
Since RDS(on) is temperature-dependent, it is important to
minimize heating of the junction during the test. A pulse test
is therefore used to measure this parameter. The test is set
up in the following manner:
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1. Connect the device as follows: gate to “B”, drain to “C”,
source to “E”.
2. Set the max. peak V to 15 V.
3. Set the series resistor to 0.3 .
4. The polarity switch should be set to NPN.
Fig. 8 - Drain-source resistance
5. The mode switch should be set to “norm”.
8. VSD
6. Set the step amplitude to 1 V.
7. Set number of steps to 10.
8. Set offset mult to 0.
9. The current limit should be set to 500 mA.
10. The step multiplier button should be out - that is, 0.1X
not selected.
11. On the pulsed steps selector, the 80 µs button should be
in (or the 300 µs, if the 80 is not available).
12. On the rate selector, the 0.5X button should be in.
13. Set vertical current/div. at 1 A/div. (IRF630). This
scales hould be chosen according to the on-resistance of
the device being tested.
14. Set the connection selector to the “step gen” position
in the “emitter grounded” sector.
15. Connect the device using the left/right switch and raise
the variable collector supply voltage until the desired
value of drain current is obtained. RDS(on) is obtained
from the trace by reading the peak values of current and
voltage (see figures 7 and 8).
RDS(on) = VDS/ID.
Logic level devices would have different settings for 6, 7,
and 8 so that the on-resistance is measured at the specified
gate voltage.
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1. Connect the device as follows: gate to “B”, drain to “C”,
source to “E”.
2. Set the max. peak V to 15 V.
3. Set the series resistor at 1.4  or a value sufficiently low
that rated current can be obtained.
4. Set polarity to PNP.
5. Set the mode switch to “norm”.
6. The 80 µs button of the pulsed steps selector should be
in (or the 300 µs, if the 80 is not available).
7. The connection selector should be set to the “short”
position in the “emitter grounded” sector.
8. Horizontal V/div. should be on 200 mV/div.
9. Vertical current div. should be on 1 A/div.
10. The display button should be set to invert.
11. The device is connected using the left/right switch.
Increase the variable collector supply voltage until
rated current is reached (9 A for the IRF630). Read VSD
from the trace (see figure 9).
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Fig. 9 - Source-drain voltage (diode)
Fig. 7 - Drain-source resistance, pulsed mode
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This is the source-drain voltage at rated current with
VGS = 0. It is the forward voltage drop of the body-drain
diode when carrying rated current. If pulsed mode testing is
required, use high current test fixture.
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9. COMPOSITE CHARACTERISTICS
2. Set horizontal V/div. on “step gen”.
The forward and reverse characteristics of the Power
MOSFET may be viewed at the same time. This display can
beused to obtain an appreciation of the Power MOSFET’s
behavior in applications in which current flows in the
channelin either direction. such as synchronous rectifiers
and analog waveform switching. The procedure is the same
as for on-resistance except that:
3. The 300 µs button of the pulsed step selector should be
in.
4. Increase the variable collector supply voltage to obtain
the trace shown in figure 12. The transfer characteristic is
outlined by the displayed points.
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1. Offset is set to zero.
2. The polarity control is set at “AC”.
3. The device is connected using the left/right switch. The
variable collector supply voltage is increased to obtain
the required peak value of ID. Beware of device heating.
Figure 10 shows the trace obtained with the IRF630. To
obtain the reverse characteristics of the diode alone,
invert the step polarity. The FET is inoperative, and the
display will resemble that shown in figure 11. The step
polarity should also be inverted to obtain the composite
characteristics of p-channel devices.
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Fig. 12 - Transfer characteristic (ID vs. VGS)
11. MEASUREMENT OF POWER MOSFET
CHARACTERISTICS WITHOUT A CURVE
TRACER
Power MOSFET parameters can be measured
usingstandard laboratory equipment. Test circuits and
procedures fordoing this are described in the following
sections, with the IRF630 used as an example. The test
arrangement should be variedappropriately for other
devices.
250 µA
Fig. 10 - Operation in first and third quadrant (synchronous
rectification)
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APPLICATION NOTE
Fig. 13 - Test circuit for BVDSS
BVDSS, Drain-Source Breakdown Voltage
Fig. 11 - Operation in first and third quadrant without gate drive
10. TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS
The transfer characteristic curve of ID versus VGS may be
displayed usingthe pulse mode. The test is set up in the
same manner as the on-resistance test, except for the
following:
1. Offset multiply should be set at zero.
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The test circuit is shown in figure 13. The current source will
typically consist of a power supply with an output voltage
capability of about 3 time BVDSS in series with a current
defining resistor of the appropriate value. When testing high
voltage Power MOSFETs it may not be practical or safe to
use a supply of 3 times BVDSS. In such cases, another type
of constant current source may be used.
VGS(th), Threshold Voltage
The test circuit is shown in figure 14. The 1 k gate resistor
is required to suppress potentially destructive oscillations at
the gate. The current source may be derived from a voltage
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source equal to the gate voltage rating of the Power
MOSFET and a series resistor.
CP
VDS(on), On-Resistance
The test circuit is shown in figure 15. The pulse width should
be 300 μs at a duty cycle of less than 2 %.The value quoted
is at a junction temperature of 25 ºC. RDS(on) is calculated by
dividing VDS(on) by ID. Connect the ground of the gate supply
as close to the source lead as possible.
250 µA
VGS(th)
+
50 V
100 Ω
-
OSCILLOSCOPE
Fig. 16 - Test circuit for transconductance
Figures 17, 18 and 19 show the circuit connections for the
three capacitances that characterize Power MOSFETs.
D
DVM
1KΩ G
+
S
2000 pF
-
HIGH
Fig. 14 - Test circuit for BVDSS
CK
gfs, Transconductance
CB
Connect a 50 V power supply between the device drain and
source, as shown in figure 16. Use a current probe to
measure ID. A signal generator operating at low duty cycle
to prevent heating of the device, is used to obtain 80 μs
pulses of the required voltage (VGS) to obtain the following
currents: 0.015 x ID , 0.05 x ID , 0.15 x ID , 0.5 x ID , and
1.5 x ID where ID is the rated value at TC = 25 ºC. Plot a
graph of VGS vs. ID.The transconductance is equal to the
slope of.
S
Fig. 17 - Test circuit for input capacitance
D
+
ID
1.0 µF
G
-
HIGH
D
CK
CB
OSCILLOSCOPE
or DVM
10 MΩ
LOW
2000 pF
BVDSS
1.0 µF
G
10 MΩ
S
PULSE COMMAND
G
LOW
+
10 V
S
Fig. 18 - Test circuit for output capacitance
Fig. 15 - Test circuit for drain on-state voltage
Turn-on Delay Time, Rise Time, Turn-Off Delay Time, Fall
Time
-
A 1 MHz capacitance bridge is used for all these tests. The
capacitance to be measured is connected in series with a
capacitance of known value to provide dc isolation. If Cu is
the unknown capacitance, Ck is the known capacitance, and
Cm is the measured capacitance, then Cu can be calculated
as follows:
Ck x Cm
C u = ---------------------Ck - Cm
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Data sheet value are for a resistive load, as shown in figure
20, as well as individual data sheets. The gate pulses should
be just long enough to achieve complete turn-on, with a duty
cycle of the order of 0.1 %.
The series resistor is as specifyed in the datasheet. The
definitions of rise, fall and delay times are given in figure 21.
Power MOSFETs can switch in ns. Unless the test circuit is
laid-out with RF techniques, the measurements will be
totally unreliable. Switching time measurements frequently
amount to a characterization of the test circuit, rather than
the device under test. Gate charge provides a better
indication of the switching capability of Power MOSFETs.
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Ciss, Coss, and Crss. Output, input and reverse transfer
capacitances
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2000 pF
D
10:1
LOW
CB or
DVM
ID
G
25 V
1.5 mA
VDS ≤ 0.8 x 200 V
S
HIGH
10M
OSCILLOSCOPE
D
Fig. 22
trr, Qrr body-drain diode reverse recovery time and
reverse recovery charge
Fig. 19 - Test circuit for transfer capacitance
RD
Rg
TO THE
OSCILLOSCOPE
G
+
0.5 x RATED VDS
VDS
D
Several test circuits are commonly used to characterize
these parameters. Some have been qualified by JEDEC. The
datasheet indicates the test method used for the specific
device.
VGS
S
10 V
VGS
-
10 V
V2
Fig. 20 - Test circuit for switching times
Qg, Qgs, Qgd Total Gate charge, Gate-Source charge,
Gate-Drain charge
The total gate charge has two components: the gate-source
charge and the gate-drain charge (often called the Miller
charge). INT-944 gives more details on this test. Figures 22
and 23 show the testcircuit and waveforms. From the
relationship Q = i, the following results are obtained:
Qg = (t3 - t0) ig,
Qgd = (t2 - t1) ig,
Qgs = Qg - Qgd
V1
t0
t1
t2
t3
t
Fig. 23 - Gate charge waveforms
S
OSCILLOSCOPE
or DVM
G
IS
VDS
90 %
APPLICATION NOTE
D
Fig. 24 - Test circuit MOSFET diode drop
10 %
VGS
td(on)
tr
ON DELAY
TIME
RISE TIME
tdoff
tf
OFF DELAY
TIME
FALL TIME
Fig. 21 - Switching time waveforms
VSD Body-Drain Diode Voltage Drop
The current source may consist or a voltagesource and a
series resistor, as shown in figure 24. The voltage should be
applied in short pulses (less than 300 μs) with a low duty
cycle (less than 2 %).
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12. A FIXTURE TO SPEED-UP TESTING TIME
The most commonly tested parameters in a MOS-gated
transistor are gate-source leakage (IGSS), drain-source
resistance (RDS(on)), breakdown voltage (BVDSS), drain
current (IDSS), source-drain voltage (VSD), threshold (VGS(th)),
and soon. These tests can begreatly simplifyed with the
fixture shown in figure 25.
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Measuring Power MOSFET Characteristics
1
TO CURVE TRACER
2
TO PVT
3
C
4
1
CSENSE
2
B
3
330 Ω
DSENSE
G
4
1
ESENSE
E
30 V
2
3
30 V
4
SSENSE
S
Fig. 25 - Test fixture for Power MOSFET test
Position
Measurement
Comment
1
IGSS
2
3
4
RDS(on)
BVDSS/IDSS/VDS
VGS(th)
C sense disconnected, Drain Source S/C connected, Collector Voltage applied to gate
via 330  resistor. Note: Gate protected by back to back 30 V zeners.
Collector Voltage applied to Drain Based Voltage applied to Gate via 330 resistor.
Collector Voltage applied to Drain, Gate Source S/C connected via 330  resistor.
Collector Voltage applied to Drain, Gate Drain S/C connected via 330  resistor.
Related topics:
• Parameter definition in IGBTs
• Gate Charge
• Thermal characteristics
• ESD sensitivity
• ESD test methods
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