Toshiba Introduces 650V System Super Junction MOSFET "DTMOS IV" Series

  Toshiba Introduces 650V System Super Junction MOSFET "DTMOS IV" Series

              Realizes Top Class^1 Low On Resistance Performance

Business Wire

TOKYO -- July 18, 2013

Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) today announced that it has launched the 4^th
generation of its super junction MOSFETs, the "DTMOS IV" series of 650V
devices. The "TK14A65W" has been launched as the initial product in the series
and full-scale mass production is scheduled to start in August, 2013.
Using the latest single epitaxial process, the series reduces the Ron·A (on
resistance per area) by approximately 50%^2 compared to existing 650V "DTMOS
II" series. This allows a line-up of small packages, contributing improved
power efficiency and downsizing of products into which they are integrated.

Toshiba 650V system DTMOS IV series, "TK14A65W" (Photo: Business Wire)

Toshiba 650V system DTMOS IV series, "TK14A65W" (Photo: Business Wire)

Main Specifications
Part                 Absolute Maximum       R[DS(ON)] Max  Q[g]  C[iss]
Number     Package     Ratings                 (Ω)             Typ.   Typ.
                       V[DSS] (V)  I[D] (A)   V[GS]=10V       (nC)   (pF)
TK14A65W  TO-220SIS  650         13.7      0.25           35    1300

[1] As of July, 2013. Research by Toshiba Corporation.
[2] Compared to "TK17A65U".

For more information about the product, please see the product page.

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