Toshiba has equipped the photocouplers (TLP7820:SO8L package and TLP7920:DIP8 package) with a delta-sigma analog to digital converter at the input side.
Comprising one 40 V device and one 45 V device, the N-channel MOSFETs are based on Toshiba’s next-generation U-MOS IX-H trench semiconductor process.
Toshiba delivers power switches, data MUX, and ESD protection diodes technology, offering solutions for supporting USB Type-C ports and USB power delivery.
Toshiba has expanded their lineup of MOSFETs with the launch of their SSM3K35CTC and SSM3J35CTC in a compact, 0.8 mm × 0.6 mm, CST3C package.
Toshiba's 600 V DTMOS IV high speed series achieves a high speed switching performance with low RDS(ON)
Toshiba's TL1L4 series 165lm(Typ) at Ta=25℃, white LEDs with 3.5 x 3.5 mm lens package
Toshiba's TLP383 optocoupler features a faster switching speed than standard phototransistor couplers.
Toshiba has developed 20 V P-ch power MOSFET suitable for load switches of secondary portion of DC-DC power supply and can be used for mobile computing devices.
Toshiba's variety of small package 30 V/40 V Schottky barrier diodes that provide between 0.2 A and 1.5 A
Toshiba has launched its TL1L4 series power white LEDs with a 3.5 mm x 3.5 mm lens package. The series has achieved industry leading high-luminous flux.
Provides great power efficiency and power dissipation performance in lithium-ion battery fuse tripper, relay driver, and battery power switch applications.
Toshiba's TL1WK series LEDs will reduce the mounting area by 90% compared to conventional 3.0 x 1.4 mm package products.
Toshiba's dual-sided cooling low-voltage MOSFETs come in space saving DSOP advance package with improved heat dissipation
Toshiba's Next-Gen MOSFETs feature low-drain-source on-resistance, low-output charge, and can help designers reduce both power consumption and equipment size.
The Toshiba TLP182 and TLP183 are low input current-type transistor output photocouplers utilizing the SO6 package.
Three-phase DC BLDC motor driver IC that provide excellent performance even without the use of position sensors.
An effective, low-cost switch or interface driver that is capable of controlling motion for a variety of applications.
Toshiba's four types of motor controllers and driver ICs use BiCMOS and BiCD processes to help them achieve high-power and low power consumption.
Toshiba's stepper motor driver ICs have the ability to generate more power without increasing the weight of the motor.
Toshiba's ESD protection diodes have a reduced package size but offer low capacitance and improved protection density.