Posted Apr 12, 2018 11:04 (GMT +7)
Toshiba Releases Automotive 40V N-channel Power MOSFETs in New Package
-- Reduced on-resistance from use of a small low-resistance package
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr. 11, 2018
Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation (“Toshiba”) has released two new MOSFETs “TPHR7904PB” and “TPH1R104PB” housed in the small low-resistance SOP Advance (WF) package, as new additions to the automotive 40V N-channel power MOSFET series. Mass production starts today.
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Toshiba: Automotive 40V N-channel power MOSFET "TPHR7904PB" and "TPH1R104PB" housed in the small low-resistance SOP Advance (WF) package. (Photo: Business Wire)
Fabricated using the latest ninth generation trench U-MOS IX-H process and housed in a small low-resistance package, the new MOSFETs provide low on-resistance and thus help reduce conduction loss. The U-MOS IX-H design also lowers switching noise compared with Toshiba’s previous design (U-MOS IV), helping to reduce EMI (Electromagnetic Interference).
The SOP Advance (WF) package adopts a wettable flank terminal structure, which enables AOI (Automated Optical Inspection) after soldering.
- Electric power steering (EPS)
- Load switches
- Electric pumps
- Provides a maximum on-resistance, RDS(ON)max, of 0.79 mΩ from the use of the U-MOS IX-H process and the SOP Advance(WF) package.
- Low-noise characteristics reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI).
- Available in a small low-resistance package with a wettable flank terminal structure.
(Unless otherwise specified, @Ta=25°C)
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