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Trench MOS rectifiers tweaked for commercial apps

09 Sep 2013

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Vishay recently added sixteen new devices to its Trench MOS Barrier Schottky rectifiers, including 45V, 50V, 60V, 100V, and 120V devices with current ratings from 10A to 60A and low forward-voltage drop for use in commercial applications. Each rectifier is available in a low profile SMPD package, which has a footprint compatible with the D2PAK (TO-263), while offering a lower typical height of 1.7mm.

With their low forward-voltage drop down to 0.40V at 15A, the dual-chip rectifiers reduce power loss and improve efficiency in high-frequency DC/DC converters, switching power supplies, freewheeling diodes, ORing diodes, and reverse battery-protection applications. Typical end products include smart-phone and tablet chargers, set-top boxes, LED TV and computer power supplies, and ADSL modems.

The rectifiers have a maximum operating junction temperature of 150°C and an MSL (moisture sensitivity level) of 1 per J-STD-020 standards. They are also compliant with RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU and are halogen-free in accordance with JEDEC JS709A standards.

Samples and production quantities of the 45V, 50V, 60V, 100V, and 120V TMBS rectifiers are available now, with lead times of eight weeks for large orders.

Datasheets for Vishay's TMBS rectifier can be downloaded here.




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