45 and 60V trench Schottky rectifiers improve solder joints

Trench Schottky rectifiers in an SMPC4.6U package can improve solder joint and AOI testability, claims Taiwan Semiconductor.

The 45V and 60V and AEC-Q101 qualified TSUPxM45SH and TSUPxM60SH Schottky rectifiers have a Tj 175 degrees C maximum and offer low leakage current and low forward voltage drop. For automotive applications they offer low power loss and high efficiency/ Maximum leakage current is only 20mA at high temperature operation, says Taiwan Semiconductor. The series include 5A, 10A and 15A forward current and the maximum VRRM is 45/60V.

The compact SMPC4.6U (TO-277A compatible) package has a wettable flank package that enhances the solder joint and AOI testability. It has a low profile with a typical height of 1.1mm. The series is RoHS-compliant and halogen-free.

The TSUPxM45SH and TSUPxM60SH are suitable for switch mode power supplies (SMPS), adapters, lighting applications, on-board DC/DC converters, automotive charger and reverse polarity protection.

Taiwan Semiconductor is a Taiwanese company that specialises in discrete devices (diodes, MOSFETs) and power management ICs. Founded in 1979 in Taipei, the company supports customers to master future design requirements for automotive, lighting, consumer and industrial applications. Its production facilities in China and Taiwan meet the latest ISO-standards as well as IATF16949 and offer automotive customers AEC-Q101 qualified products.

In Europe, Taiwan Semiconductor Europe is responsible for sales with locations in Germany, France and the UK.


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