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The U-MOSⅨ-H series has a greatly improved figure of merit that represents losses.

The U-MOSⅨ-H series incorporates outstanding trench process and packaging technologies to provide the industry’s best-in-class performance. Fabricated with the latest process and the optimized cell structure, the U-MOSⅨ-H series provides greatly improved RDS(ON)×Qg, RDS(ON)×QSW and RDS(ON)×QOSS, which are important figures of merit for MOSFETs.

Consequently, the U-MOSⅨ-H series provides significant reductions in major losses including conduction loss, drive loss, switching loss, and output charge loss, which help improve the efficiency of power supply systems and reduce the MOSFET device temperature.

TPH1R306PL:U-MOSⅨ-H、VDSS=60V、RDS(ON)max= 1.34mΩ at VGS=10V、SOP Advance
Conduction and drive losses
Conduction and drive losses
Conduction and switching losses
Conduction and switching losses
Conduction and output charge losses
Conduction and output charge losses
RDS(ON):On-resistance (figure of merit for conduction loss)
Qg:Gate charge (figure of merit for drive loss)
QSW:Gate switch charge (figure of merit for switching loss)
QOSS:Output charge (figure of merit for output charge loss)
As of January 2018 (as surveyed by Toshiba)

When the TPH1R306PL of the U-MOSⅨ-H 60V series is compared with a competitor's similar product, the RDS(ON)×QSW related to switching loss is reduced by 25% and the RDS(ON)×QOSS related to output charge loss is reduced by 32%.

TPH3R70APL:U-MOSⅨ-H、VDSS=100V、RDS(ON)max= 3.7mΩ at VGS=10V、SOP Advance
Conduction and drive losses
Conduction and drive losses
Conduction and switching losses
Conduction and switching losses
Conduction and output charge losses
Conduction and output charge losses
RDS(ON):On-resistance (figure of merit for conduction loss)
Qg:Gate charge (figure of merit for drive loss)
QSW:Gate switch charge (figure of merit for switching loss)
QOSS:Output charge (figure of merit for output charge loss)
As of January 2018 (as surveyed by Toshiba)

When the TPH3R70APL of the U-MOSⅨ-H 100V series is compared with a competitor's similar product, the RDS(ON)×QSW related to switching loss is reduced by 15% and the RDS(ON)×QOSS related to output charge loss is reduced by 14%.

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