TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) has launched a discrete IGBT for the strobe lighting of digital cameras that reduces switching time to one-third that of Toshiba's current product. The new IGBT, "GT5G134", was developed as a dedicated solution for photo-flash intensity control and high-speed-switching photo flash applications.
|1.||High-speed switching: tf = 0.6μs (typ.) @IC=110A|
|2.||Low saturation voltage: VCE(sat) = 2.2V (typ.) @IC=110A|
|3.||Low gate driving voltage: VGE = 4.0V (min.) @IC=110A|
|4.||Peak collector current: ICP = 110A (max)|
|5.||Collector-emitter voltage: VCES = 400V|
Photo-flashes for digital cameras
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