ON Semiconductor Expands Power MOSFET and IGBT Driver Portfolio with New Devices for White Goods, Lighting Ballast and Industrial Applications
New dual or single input MOSFET/ IGBT drivers are pin-to-pin compatible with industry standards
These new high voltage, high-side and low-side drivers are specified over a wide temperature range -40 degrees Celsius (°C) < TJ < 125 °C, and can operate with an input voltage up to 600 volts (V), easing time and effort of design. All the devices feature a dV/dt immunity of 50 volts per nanosecond (V/ns) and are 3.3 V and 5 V input logic compatible. These devices use the bootstrap technique to ensure a proper drive of the high-side power switch and provide rugged design.
The NCP5104, NCP5106B, NCP5111, NCP5304 are high voltage power gate drivers that provide two outputs for direct drive of two N-channel power MOSFETs or IGBTs arranged in a half-bridge configuration. The NCP5106A can be used in any other high-side plus low-side configuration.
Offered in both SOIC-8 and PDIP-8 packages, and priced respectively at $0.80 and $0.96 per unit in 2,500 unit quantities, the NCP5104, NCP5106, NCP5111and NCP5304 are pin-to-pin compatible with industry standard devices.
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With its global logistics network and strong product portfolio, ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ONNN) is a preferred supplier of efficient power solutions to customers in the power supply, automotive, communication, computer, consumer, medical, industrial, mobile phone, and military/aerospace markets. The company’s broad portfolio includes power, analog, DSP, mixed-signal, advance logic, clock management and standard component devices. Global corporate headquarters are located in Phoenix, Arizona. The company operates a network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and design centers in key markets throughout North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific regions. In March, 2008, ON Semiconductor acquired AMI Semiconductor and all products formerly owned by AMIS. For more information, visit http://www.onsemi.com.
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