I want to replace a CT full wave rectifier for a 200A+ battery charger with a active rectifying system.
Are some 100A 80W logic level fets which means I can parallel 3 or 4 of them and increase the efficiency of the charger(there are other reasons for doing it too).
I'll be driving the mosfets using a driver circuit instead of a uC of course(just to reducing cross conduction problems).
In any case the real issue I have is how to do this on a pcb, if it is even possible. Not only are the leads to the packages somewhat small I can't think of any way how this can be done on a pcb(30oz pcb's?) or large solder traces in any decent fashion.
Are thee any tricks to defeat mother nature or will I have to design some special module that uses a copper bus bar like thing with the mosfets soldered directly to it?