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toshiba corp (6502) Details

Toshiba Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the research and development, manufacture, and sale of electronic and energy products worldwide. It operates through Energy & Infrastructure, Community Solutions, Healthcare Systems & Services, Electronic Devices & Components, Lifestyle Products & Services, and Others segments. The Energy & Infrastructure segment offers energy-related equipment, transportation systems, etc. The Community Solutions segment offers building facilities, such as elevators, light fixtures, and air-conditioners, as well as offers POS systems, multi-function peripherals, etc. The Healthcare Systems & Services segment provides medical equipment and healthcare solutions, etc. The Electronic Devices & Components segment offers semiconductors, hard disk drives, etc. The Lifestyle Products & Services segment provides personal computers, visual products, refrigerators, washing drying machines, etc. The Others segment offers cloud solutions, logistics services, etc. The company also manufactures and sells transformers and switchgears. Toshiba Corporation was founded in 1875 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

168,615 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/12/16
Founded in 1875

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toshiba corp (6502) Key Developments

Toshiba Launches the Low On-Resistance N-Channel MOSFETs for Load Switches in Mobile Devices

Toshiba Corporation announced the launch of N-channel MOSFETs for load switches in mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, that secure the industry's leading-class low on-resistance. The new product line-up consists of the 30V SSM6K513NU and the 40V SSM6K514NU. By utilizing Toshiba's latest U-MOS IX-H series trench process, the new MOSFETs achieve the low on-resistance: 6.5mOhm for SSM6K513NU and 8.9mOhm for SSM6K514NU. This allows the new products to reduce heat dissipation resulting from turn-on loss by approximately 40% against Toshiba existing products. The MOSFETs are suitable for use in electric power switching applications of over 10W, including small-size mobile devices that meet the USB Type-CTM andUSB Power Delivery (PD) standards, and contribute to high system efficiency and low power consumption.

Toshiba Launches 4-Pin SO6 Package Photorelays with 110 Degrees Celsius Maximum Operating Temperature

Toshiba Corporation’s announced the addition of two new products to its line-up of photorelays for use in measuring equipment, security systems and other applications. The photorelays have 4-pin SO6 packages that can operate at a maximum temperature of 110 degrees Celsius. The new photorelays are halogen-free with a double mold structure guaranteeing isolation voltage of up to 3,750 Vrms. TLP172AM and TLP172GM utilize multi-chip technology and were developed as high spec, pin-compatible versions of Toshiba existing 2.54SOP package products, TLP172A and TLP172G. A double-mold structure improves minimum voltage isolation to 3,750 Vrms against the 1,500 Vrms of the current products. Applications for the new photorelays include factory automation systems, battery management systems (BMS), security systems, telecommunication equipment, IoT systems and replacements of mechanical relays.

Toshiba Corporation Develops M4K Group to Control Multiple Motors

Toshiba Corporation announced that it has developed a new group of microcontrollers, ‘M4K group’ that allow a single-chip with a low pin-count (32 to 64 pins) to control multiple motors. The MK4 group is the second offering in Toshiba’s TXZ family of high-speed, low power consumption microcontrollers that incorporate the ARM Cortex M core, and sample shipments of 13 products will start in October. As energy saving regulations are gradually tightened and products continue to be miniaturized, demand is increasing for microcontrollers with low pin-count that can efficiently control multiple motors. The new products meet requirements for the motor control systems of home appliances, such as air-conditioners, and are based on the ARM Cortex M4F, which incorporates a floating point processing unit. Integrated features include a high-precision AD convertor with a 0.5 µs conversion speed, high-speed Flash memory with 80 MHz operation, and a co-processor for Toshiba’s original vector engine. Together, they ensure the new products realize efficient motor control while improving the power factor and system control. The new products support the RAMScope interface, which can confirm parameters in real time without stopping motors, by loading parameters relevant to motor control to RAM. A self-diagnostic function that confirms the reference voltage of the AD convertor, and a CRC arithmetic circuit that detects incorrect detection for every read operation of the memory are also incorporated and contribute to load mitigation of the software process required for functional safety. Main features of new products are: two motors can be controlled with a 64-pin package- Until now, driving two motors required a product[2] with a 100-pin type package. Now, the TXZ family products with 64-pin type package can control two motors, because the AD convertor for detecting motor positions is accelerated and a 0.5 µs conversion speed is realized; providing solutions for driving motors more simply- Driving motors can be easily realized by providing solutions such as sample software using built-in hardware resources (the advanced vector engine plus (A-VE+), a high-speed AD convertor, and an advanced programmable motor control circuit (A-PMD)) for realizing the vector control and the power supply control; and the package line-up supports reductions in the size of circuit boards used for products such as home appliances-provide various line-ups of low pin-count (32 pins to 64 pins) and small Flash memory (64 KB to 128 KB) products. Products with a wide pitch for flow mounting and a fine pitch for reflow mounting are included in the line-up.

 

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