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Toshiba launched a PI -MOS IX 600V plane MOSFET

Technology Cover
Post Date: 2018-04-02

The new series is for SMPS, such as notebook computers, AC adapters, game consoles and lighting applications.


With optimized chip design, the peak EMI noise of PI -MOS IX series is lower than that of the current product (PI -MOS VII Series), while maintaining a high level of efficiency.


The initial PI -MOS IX series includes TK1K9A60F, TK1K2A60F, TK750A60F and TK650A60F, and its RDS (ON) value ranges from 90 ohms to 0,65 ohms.


They have the same nominal avalanche current and DC current (ID), so that the existing MOSFET can be upgraded simply and conveniently.


The device adopts the standard TO-220SIS package, which provides greater freedom of design, making the task of designing MOSFET simpler.


Toshiba will expand the PI -MOS IX series, adding more 600V devices, as well as 500V and 650V variants.