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11/12/2010 01:51 PM EST
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re: Vishay's SiHG47N60S power MOSFET
sharps_eng   11/13/2010 10:35:24 PM
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I used to be a Siliconix fan, but recent experience with Vishay leadtimes zooming from 52 to 100 weeks plus, then back to 16 weeks, has left me sour. Probably because during the 100-week period we had to redesign 4 product lines to use NXP and Toshiba instead. Turned out OK for us (we will now save 50%), but badly for Vishay, because at the same time we alternate-sourced ALL our Vishay power devices, even the easily available ones. Shows how vendors should stick to their delivery promises if at all possible.

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