Expanding the line-up of the low-voltage U-MOS IX-H power MOSFET series
Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation has today started to
ship “TPH3R70APL” and “TPN1200APL,” new 100V additions to its
low-voltage U-MOS IX-H N-channel power MOSFET series. The new devices
are suitable for power supply applications in industrial equipment.
Fabricated with the company’s latest low-voltage U-MOS IX-H trench
process, which optimizes the element structure, the TPH3R70APL and
TPN1200APL deliver the industry’s lowest-in-class On-resistance.
In addition, compared with the current devices using the U-MOS VIII-H
process, the new devices have lower “RDS(ON) × Qoss”,
On-resistance times output charge, and “RDS(ON) × QSW”,
On-resistance times gate switch charge, key figures of merit for MOSFETs
for switching applications.
Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation will continue to expand
its MOSFET portfolio in line with market trends in order to help improve
power supply efficiency.
– Power supplies for industrial equipment
– Motor control equipment
– Industry’s lowest-in-class On-resistance
= 3.7mΩ (max) @ VGS = 10V (TPH3R70APL)
= 11.5mΩ (max) @ VGS = 10V (TPN1200APL)
output charge and low gate switch charge
– Allows 4.5V logic level
(Unless otherwise specified, @Ta=25°C)
 As of December 18, 2017 for MOSFETs with equivalent
ratings. Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation survey.
TPH3R70APL has 10% lower RDS(ON) × Qoss than the
U-MOS VIII-H series TPH4R10ANL.
TPH3R70APL has 10% lower RDS(ON)
× QSW than the U-MOS VIII-H series TPH4R10ANL.
Follow the link below for more on MOSFET line-up.
Power Device Sales & Marketing Department
*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
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