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Toshiba announces new 100 V N-channel MOSFETs for automotive applications

16th December 2019

New highly efficient devices in SOP Advance (WF) package for the first time

Toshiba announces new 100 V N-channel MOSFETs for automotive applications
Toshiba announces new 100 V N-channel MOSFETs for automotive applications

Toshiba Electronics Europe GmbH has launched their very first 100 V N-channel power MOSFETs for automotive applications that are available in the small surface mount SOP Advance (WF) package. Designed specifically for modern 48 V system applications, the devices are suited to use in boost converters for integrated starter generators (ISG) and LED headlights as well as motor drives, switching regulators and load switches.

 

The XPH4R10ANB and XPH6R30ANB devices improve the efficiency of automotive systems due to their low on-resistance (RDS(ON)). In fact, the XPH4R10ANB offers an industry-leading on resistance of just 4.1 mΩ, significantly reducing system losses. Both devices are housed in the SOP Advance(WF) package that features wettable flanks. This small package was proven in 48 V automotive applications and allows the use of automated optical inspection (AOI) to ensure the quality of solder joints.

 

Both devices are part of Toshiba’s U-MOSVIII-H series and offer a drain-source voltage (VDSS) of 100 V and max operating temperature of 175ºC. The XPH4R10ANB supports a maximum continuous drain current of 70 A and 210 A when pulsed. The figures for the XPH6R30ANB are 45 A and 135 A respectively.

 

Both devices are now in mass production and are shipping in production quantities.

 

Follow the links below for more information on Toshiba’s automotive MOSFET line-up.

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