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Fairchild ships out MOSFETs in SuperSOT-6 FLMP

Posted: 18 Mar 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:fairchild semiconductor? fdc6000nz? mosfet?

Fairchild Semiconductor Corp. has introduced its FDC6000NZ dual n-channel MOSFET that combines the company's PowerTrench MOSFET silicon technology with a SuperSOT-6 FLMP (Flip-chip in a Leaded Molded Package).

According to Fairchild, the result is an advanced MOSFET power switch in a low-profile (0.8mm height) and small footprint (9mm?) package that provides the electrical and thermal performance critical to Li-ion battery pack protection in mobile communications products, including mobile handsets, PDAs, portable music players, digital cameras, palmtop computers, and GPS receivers.

"Mobile communications applications continue to integrate features and improve functionality while decreasing end product size and weight," said Chris Winkler, market development manager for portable products applications. "These new features and functions are driving an increase in power requirements, thereby increasing the growth of Li-ion battery packs into these end products."

The FDC6000NZ achieves a power dissipation of 1.6W and a maximum steady-state current of 7.3A, while providing a 55 percent footprint area reduction and a 27 percent profile reduction over the TSSOP-8 package.

Providing safe, high current handling capabilities, the MOSFET limits switching losses and provides a low-voltage drop solution for new charger/battery pack system design requirements. The lead-free product meets or exceeds the requirements of the joint IPC/JEDEC standard J-STD-020B and is compliant with the European Union requirements, which will take effect in 2005.

The FDC6000NZ is priced at 66 cents each in 1,000-piece orders.

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