Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) has launched a low-ON-resistance, low-leakage power MOSFET using the latest trench MOS process as an addition to the MOSFET lineup for automotive applications. The new product, "TK100S04N1L", achieves low ON-resistance with a combination of the latest 8th generation trench MOS process "U-MOS VIII-H series" chip and the "DPAK+" package that utilizes Cu (copper) connectors. The product is primarily suited for automotive applications, especially for those demanding high-speed switching, such as motor drives and switching regulators. Samples are available now with mass production scheduled to start in March 2013.
Toshiba Low ON-Resistance Power MOSFET for Automotive Applications in a "DPAK+" Package (Photo: Business Wire)Polarity Part number
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Drain CurrentID (A)Series Nch TK100S04N1L 40 100 U-MOS VIII-H Key Features 1. Low ON-resistance: RDS(ON) = 1.9m (typ.) (VGS=10V) 2. Low leakage current: IDSS=10٬A (max) (VDS=rated voltage) 3. "DPAK+" package that realizes low-ON-resistance by utilizing Cu connectors. 4. Tch = 175C guaranteed Р
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