ON Semiconductor's NIV1161 is a solution for protecting voltage sensitive high-speed data lines while the low RDS(on) FET limits distortion on the signal lines.
ON Semiconductor's single-channel NCS2003, dual-channel NCS20032, and quad-channel NCS20034 are available in a variety of compact and space-saving packages.
ON Semiconductor’s NCP5106 drivers use the bootstrap technique to insure a proper drive of the high-side power switch and work with 2 independent inputs.
ON Semiconductor's NCP170 series regulators are designed specifically for portable battery-powered applications that require ultra-low quiescent current.
The ON Semiconductor MatrixCam™ video development kit (VDK) is a smart low power, 1080P camera solution that streams video over Wi-Fi and Ethernet.
ON Semiconductor's NCP323x family of high current synchronous buck converters offer a wide input voltage range of 4.5 V to 18 V, and 4.5 V to 21 V respectively.
On Semiconductor has further expanded its broad portfolio of power MOSFETs with new, high efficiency, single n-channel devices targeted at data networking, telecommunications and industrial applications.
The NCS2003 family of op amps features high slew rate, low voltage operation with rail−to−rail output drive capability.
ON Semiconductor’s NCP785A 10 mA linear regulator, offers a very wide operating input voltage ranges of up to 450 VDC operating and 700 V DC maximum.
ON Semi's Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) features a robust and cost effective field stop II trench construction, and provides superior performance in demanding switching applications, offering both low-on-state voltage and minimal switching loss.
ON Semiconductor's NCS333 high-precision, low-quiescent current amplifiers have high-impedance inputs with a common-mode range 100 mV beyond the rails.
The ON Semiconductor NB3N510x series is a family of precision, low-phase noise clock generators that supports PCI Express and sRIO clock requirements.
These IGBTs feature a robust and cost-effective Field Stop Trench construction offering both low on−state voltage and minimal switching loss.