TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Corporation’s (TOKYO:6502) Storage & Electronic Devices Solutions Company today expanded its “U-MOS IX-H Series” of low-voltage N-channel power MOSFETs with new 40V and 45V products delivering industry leading-class low on-resistance and high-speed performance. The new products —nine 40V and five 45V versions—are designed for industrial and consumer applications, including high-efficiency DC-DC converters, high-efficiency AC-DC converters, power supplies and motor drives. Shipments start today.
The new MOSFETs utilize Toshiba’s latest generation low-voltage trench structure U-MOS IX-H process to achieve the industry’s leading-class low on-resistance and high-speed performance. The new structure lowers the performance index for “RDS(ON) * Qsw”, improving switching applications to a level surpassing current Toshiba products. Output loss is improved by the reduction of output charge, which can contribute to higher set efficiency. Furthermore, the cell structures used in the new MOSFETs are optimized to suppress spike voltage and ringing during switching, which can contribute to lowering set EMI.
Line-up and Main Specifications of New MOSFETs:
(Unless otherwise specified, Ta=25 ℃)
|@VGS=10 V||@VGS=4.5 V|
Industry’s leading-class low on-resistance
RDS(ON)= 0.80 mΩ (max) ＠VGS= 10V (TPWR8004PL)
RDS(ON)= 0.99 mΩ (max) ＠VGS= 10V (TPW1R005PL)
- Low output charge
- High-speed performance
- Low switching noise
- Supports 4.5 V logic level drive
|||In the category of products with the same ratings, as of December 9, 2016. Toshiba survey.|
|||RDS(ON): Drain-source on-resistance|
|Qsw: Gate switch charge|
|||Toshiba products using the previous generation U-MOS VIII-H process|
Follow the link below for more on the new products and the Toshiba
low-voltage power MOSFET line-up.
Power Device Sales & Marketing Department
Information in this document, including product prices and specifications, content of services and contact information, is correct on the date of the announcement but is subject to change without prior notice.
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