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When MOSFETs are used in parallel, a current imbalance is caused during switching transitions by a mismatch between each device characteristics and between circuit wiring layout of each MOSFETs.
This current imbalance could increase power losses and lead to destruction of a MOSFET. Exercise care concerning current imbalance.
Preventing this current imbalance.
For using MOSFETs in parallel, please refer to “MOSFET Paralleling (Parasitic Oscillation between Parallel Power MOSFETs): Power MOSFET Application Notes.”