Toshiba Launches 800V Bipolar Transistor for Switching Power Supplies

Posted: August 31, 2013 in Technology

Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) today announced that it has launched an 800V bipolar transistor for switching power supplies of mobile devices that can contribute to reducing standby power. Shipping of mass production products will start from today.

There is typically a trade-off between blocking voltage and DC current gain (hFE). By applying the latest fine pattern technology, the new product achieves both high collector-emitter voltage (VCEO = 800V) and high DC current gain (hFE = 100-200), which contributes to reducing standby power of mobile devices.

 

Outline of the new product

Part Number

 

Polarity

 

Package

TTC014

 

NPN

 

New PW-Mold

 

 

Absolute maximum rating

VCBO (V)

 

VCEO (V)

 

IC (A)

 

PC (W) (Tc=25)

900

 

800

 

1

 

40

 

 

Electrical specifications

DC current gain (VCE = 5V, IC = 0.1A, Ta = 25oC)

hFE

100-200

 

Information in this document, including product prices and specifications, content of services and contact information, is current on the date of the announcement but is subject to change without prior notice.

About Toshiba

Toshiba is a world-leading diversified manufacturer, solutions provider and marketer of advanced electronic and electrical products and systems. Toshiba Group brings innovation and imagination to a wide range of businesses: digital products, including LCD TVs, notebook PCs, retail solutions and MFPs; electronic devices, including semiconductors, storage products and materials; industrial and social infrastructure systems, including power generation systems, smart community solutions, medical systems and escalators & elevators; and home appliances.

Toshiba was founded in 1875, and today operates a global network of more than 590 consolidated companies, with 206,000 employees worldwide and annual sales surpassing 5.8 trillion yen (US$61 billion).

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