Transistor array reduces power losses by 40%

Posted By : Alice Matthews
Transistor array reduces power losses by 40%

A new-generation transistor array for applications such as LED lighting and industrial, high-voltage signal transmitters has been launched by Toshiba Electronics Europe. The TBD62089APG incorporates 8-bit, D-type Flip Flop circuits that support a data storage function.

The TBD62089APG integrates the D-type Flip Flop circuits - widely adopted as an industry standard – with Toshiba’s TBD62083APG 8-channel sink output type transistor array on a single chip. As a result, both the component count and board mounting area can be reduced in applications including home appliances, office automation equipment and factory automation systems.

Supplied in a DIP20 package, the IC also features a DMOS FET sink output that supports the high-efficiency driving of high-voltages and large-currents up to 50V and 0.5A respectively. Power loss is reduced by about 40% compared with the preceding TD62083A series. Operating as an output load, the TBD62089APG is suitable for driving resistive and capacitive loads including LEDs and photocouplers.


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