Trench Schottky Rectifiers

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Trench Schottky Rectifiers
Trench Schottky Rectifiers

Taiwan Semiconductor released 45V and 60V Trench Schottky rectifiers in SMPC4.6U package and AEC-Q101 qualified. The TSUPxM45SH & TSUPxM60SH Schottky rectifiers come with a Tj max 175°C and offer low leakage current and low forward voltage drop. Optimized for automotive applications with low power loss and high efficiency, the series’ maximum leakage current is of 20mA at high temperature operation.


Robust and very low design, improving solder joint and AOI testability


It also comprises 5A/10A/15A forward current and the maximum VRRM is 45V/60V. These features are packed into SMPC4.6U (TO-277A compatible) package. SMPC4.6U has a wettable flank package that enhances the solder joint and AOI testability. Thus, designers benefit from a very low profile with typical height of 1.1mm. The series is RoHS compliant and halogen free.

Posted on January 2, 2020 - (684 views)
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