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2015-05-11 Smart switch reduces heat in handheld devices
Micrel introduced the 3A ORing smart switch MIC1344, which is designed for handheld devices such as wall adapters and auxiliary battery power sources.
2013-01-28 Renesas' new MOSFETS boast 50% lower On-resistance
Renesas' latest MOSFETS feature a low on-state resistance of 0.72M? (typical value) for 30 V and a high-efficiency, small surface mount package (8-pin HVSON).
2005-04-15 MOSFET driver increases efficiency
International Rectifier has introduced the IR5001S universal high-speed controller/N-channel power MOSFET driver for high-performance, active ORing circuits
2005-12-21 Power MOSFETs offers 30% part count reduction
IR's new 75V and 100V HEXFET power MOSFETs enable a part count reduction of 30% or more in secondary synchronous rectification, full-bridge topology power supplies.
2005-08-31 New MOSFET from IR offers 3.8-milliohm on-resistance
International Rectifier expanded its family of high-performance 75V and 100V HEXFET synchronous rectification MOSFETs with the release of the 160A-rated, seven-pin IRF2907ZS-7PPbF.
2006-05-22 MOSFETs designed for switching converter apps
International Rectifier introduced new negative-channel 60, 80 and 100V HEXFET MOSFETs for switching converter applications used in networking and communications systems.
2010-02-25 MOSFETs deliver 1.15m? on-state resistance
International Rectifier has introduced a family of HEXFET power MOSFETs including the IRFH6200TRPbF that delivers what it claims to be the lowest on-state resistance (RDS(on)).
2012-11-09 Linear Tech unveils dual Hot Swap controller
The LTC4226 controls external N-channel MOSFETs to gently power up the board, avoiding sparks, connector damage and system glitches, enabling safe board insertion into live 4.5-44V backplanes.
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