Toshiba’s 80V N-channel Power MOSFETs Fabricated with Latest Generation Process Help Improve Power Supply Efficiency
Expanding line-up of U-MOS X-H power MOSFET series
TOKYO--(Business Wire / Korea Newswire) March 30, 2020 -- 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)
· Industry’s lowest level On-resistance:
RDS(ON)=2.43mΩ (max) @VGS=10V (TPH2R40QM)
RDS(ON)=19mΩ (max) @VGS=10V (TPN19008QM)
· High channel temperature rating : Tch=175℃
Main Specifications (To view the table, please visit https://bwnews.pr/33X5zGg)
 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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