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60 V low VCEsat bipolar transistors in SOT223 [News]
posted July 10 2014 14:07.21 by spic0m




NXP has just released two new low VCEsat BISS transistors, the PBSS4360Z and PBSS360Z, housed in the SMD plastic package SOT223. These new types offer a 3 A collector current, 60 V operating voltage, high thermal power dissipation and a saturation voltage down to 75 mV.

Additionally, both products are AEC-Q101 qualified and suitable for a wide variety of applications including load switches, power management, DC-to-DC conversion, battery chargers and LCD backlighting.

Following on from the very popular 50 V series released before, these new 60 V types complete NXP's large portfolio of high performance bipolar transistors in SOT223.

[Link: NXP semiconductors]
 
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