Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC)* expanded their power semiconductor lineup with a broad selection of low ON-resistance small signal MOSFETs (S-MOS) suitable for high-speed switching devices or DC-DC converters in portable electronics equipment. The MOSFETs feature among the lowest ON-resistance and lowest capacitance in the industry in 2.8mm x 2.8mm and 1.6mm x 1.6mm packages and are designed to save space while meeting designers’ requirements for smaller internal power loss and lower operating voltage in medium output current range applications such as laptop PCs, cellular phones, digital cameras and audio players.
The S-MOS family includes 17 six-pin devices (SSM6K- and SSM6J-) designed for 0.5 Amp (A) to 2.5A load switching applications and DC-DC converters operating at 0.5 megahertz1 (MHz) to 1MHz, and 20 three-pin devices (SSM3K- and SSM3J-) that are suitable for 0.5A to 4.0A switching devices. The six-pin devices, with ON-resistance from 30 milliohms (mΩ) to 400mΩ, are available in an ultra-small 1.6mm x 1.6mm x 0.55mm package (ES6). The three-pin devices feature ON-resistance from 100mΩ to 400mΩ and are offered in a 2.8mm x 2.9mm x 0.7mm package (TSM). N- and P-channel polarities are available in either package, designated by K or J, respectively, in the part number.
The full product line-up of low frequency devices from Toshiba includes: transistors, diodes, small signal MOSFETs, Schottky barrier diodes, ESD protection diodes, op amps, comparators, and low drop-out regulators available in a wide selection of packaging solutions including standard JEDEC, EIAJ, Multi-chip, and chip scale options.
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