TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Corporation's (TOKYO:6502) Storage & Electronic Devices Solutions Company today announced the launch of “TPD4207F,” the latest addition to its line-up of high voltage intelligent power devices (IPDs) in small-size packages for use in fan motors, including those of air conditioners, air cleaners and pumps. The new IPD is housed in a small “SOP30” surface mount package, and achieves an increased current rating of 5A and high voltage of 600V. Mass production shipments start today.
Utilizing Toshiba’s latest MOSFET technology for reducing power loss, the 600V Super Junction MOSFET “DTMOSIV series,” the new IPD achieves a 5A rating. This is sufficient to drive the compressor motor of a refrigerator, which current IPDs cannot do, and will expand the range of application.
Achieves 600V and 5A rating in a compact surface-mount device package.
Refrigerator compressor motors, etc.
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