TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--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.
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|VCBO (V)||VCEO (V)||IC (A)||PC (W) (Tc=25℃)|
|DC current gain (VCE = 5V, IC = 0.1A, Ta = 25oC)|
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