TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Corporation's (TOKYO:6502) Storage & Electronic Devices Solutions Company today announced the launch of “TCB010FNG,” a system regulator IC designed to handle the increasing sophistication of car audio systems, and that incorporates the required power supply plus all essential detection functions. Sample shipments start today with mass production scheduled for June.
TCB010FNG incorporates a power supply for a microcontroller that retains power for a time more than sufficient for any short loss of battery power, multiple variable power supplies, plus a fixed power supply. It also incorporates a number of detection functions, such as ACC voltage detection and accessory power voltage detection, making it a single-chip solution covering all power requirements of car audio systems.
As another plus, the IC is configured with series regulators, allowing users to design a system with no concerns for the impact of unnecessary radiation.
|VDD||3ch (3.3V 300mA, 5V 200mA, 3.3V 1.3A)|
|ILM||2ch (4.5V-8.5V 400mA, 5V-8.5V 2A)|
Operating Supply Voltage
|4.9V-18V (output dependent)|
|Sample Price (tax included)||600 yen|
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