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Supertex MOSFET saves board space

Posted: 15 Feb 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:supertex? tc7320? mosfet?

Supertex Inc. introduced a six-pair high voltage, low threshold N-channel and P-channel MOSFET with integrated gate-source resistor and gate-source zener diode clamps.

Promising to save board space and improve performance, the TC7320 is specifically designed for medical ultrasound transmitters and non-destructive evaluation in material flaw detection applications, and can also be used as an efficient high performance buffer.

"The TC7320 improves board packing density significantly. One TC7320 replaces a discrete solution comprising six P-channel MOSFETs, six N-channel MOSFETs, twelve zener diodes and twelve resistors," shared Ahmed Masood, Director of Marketing at Supertex.

The TC7320FG offers 200V breakdown voltage, 1A output current and low input capacitance. According to the company, this low input capacitance minimizes propagation delay times as well as rise and fall times.

Available in a compact LQFP package, the TC7320FG is priced at $8.42 each in 1,000-unit orders. Samples are available from stock of both the standard and "green" versions of the device. Lead time for production quantities is 4 to 5 weeks ARO.

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