TOKYO— Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation (“Toshiba”) has added 80V N-channel power MOSFETs to its “U-MOS X-H series” fabricated with the latest generation process. The new MOSFETs are suitable for switching power supplies in industrial equipment used in data centers and communication base stations.
The expanded line-up includes "TPH2R408QM," housed in SOP Advance, a surface-mount type packaging, and "TPN19008QM," housed in a TSON Advance package. Shipments starts today.
Drain-source On-resistance in the new 80V U-MOS X-H products, manufactured with the latest generation process, is approximately 40% lower than that of 80V products in the current generation process U-MOS Ⅷ-H series products. The trade-off between the drain-source On-resistance and the gate charge characteristics has also been improved by optimizing device structure. As a result, the new products feature industry’s lowest power dissipation.
Toshiba is expanding its lineup of products that reduce power dissipation to help cut equipment power consumption.
Switching power supplies (High efficiency AC-DC converters, DC-DC converters, etc.)
Motor control equipment (Motor drive, etc.)
The industry’s lowest power dissipation (by improving the trade-off between On-resistance and gate charge characteristic)
 Total gate charge (gate-source plus gate-drain), gate switch charge, output charge
 Compared with TPH4R008NH (U-MOS Ⅷ-H series), TPH2R408QM has improved its drain-source On-resistance x total gate charge by approximately 15%, drain-source On-resistance x gate switch charge by approximately 10%, and drain-source On-resistance x output charge by approximately 31%.
 As of March 30, 2020, Toshiba survey.
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