This means that for about 50 ns, the drain to source voltage exceeds the absolute maximum rating of 60 V. Is this all right? Do I need to use a Zener diode or other protection circuit to prevent the drain to source voltage from exceeding 60 V?
Please do not exceed the maximum rating (Vdss), even for a short time. Since 69 V is applied between the drain and the source, add a 60 V Zener diode or other protection circuit.
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