Toshiba unveils efficient power MOSFETs for industrial equipment
Category: #technology |   By Hrishikesh Kadam |   Date: 2020-03-30  | 
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Toshiba unveils efficient power MOSFETs for industrial equipment

A flourishing consumer electronics industry has propelled the demand for semiconductor technologies, including MOSFETs, with greater power density, compact package sizes, higher energy efficiency, and better operational reliability.

It looks like Japanese electronics major Toshiba Corporation is expanding its range of products that minimize power dissipation, reducing power consumption and boosting overall performance.

According to recent reports, the company is adding 80V N-channel MOSFETs designed using the latest generation process to its U-MOS X-H range of power MOSFETs.

The new product line-up includes the TPN19008QM that comes with a TSON Advance packaging, and the TPH2R408QM that features a surface mounted packaging called SOP Advance. Toshiba reportedly planned to begin shipments today.

Notable features of 80V N-channel U-MOS X-H power MOSFET product series

The tech electronics giant claims it has improved the design structure of these MOSFETs to improve the trade-off between drain to source on resistance and gate charge characteristics. The new products, according to Toshiba, feature the industry’s lowest power dissipation.

The new line of 80V U-MOS X-H power MOSFETs designed using the newest generation process offer nearly 40% lower drain-source on-resistance compared to 80V U-MOS VIII-H range of products fabricated using the existing fabrication process, delivering a more optimized performance.

The TPH2R408QM, compared to the TPH4R008NH, comes with nearly 31% more Drain-source on-resistance x output charge, approximately 15% greater Drain-source on-resistance x total gate charge, and about 10% higher Drain-source on-resistance x gate switch charge.

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Sources familiar with the development have reported that the new MOSFETs deliver the industry’s lowest level on resistance and a high channel temperature rating of up to 175.

Applications scope of the new MOSFETs

The chipmaker suggests that the new MOSFETs are best-suited for switching power supplies in industrial equipment used in communication base stations and data centers. These include high-efficiency DC-DC converters and AC-DC converters, among others. The power MOSFETs can also be used in motor drives and other motor control equipment.

 

Source: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200329005003/en/Toshiba%E2%80%99s-80V-N-channel-Power-MOSFETs-Fabricated-Lates

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