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800V bipolar transistor reduces standby power

04 Sep 2013

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Toshiba Corporation recently launched the TTC014, an 800V bipolar transistor for switching power supplies of mobile devices that reduces standby power.

Typically, there is a trade-off between blocking voltage and DC current gain (hFE). By applying the latest fine pattern technology, the TTC014 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.

Further information on Toshiba's latest bipolar transistor can be found here.




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