Lowest RDS(on) automotive MOSFETs down to 0.9mΩ
Nexperia has announced the release of the company’s lowest RDS(on) automotive-qualified MOSFETs. The AEC-Q101 Trench 9, 40V automotive superjunction MOSFETs in the rugged, electrically- and thermally-efficient LFPAK56E deliver a footprint reduction of up to 81% when compared to traditional solutions such as bare die modules, D2PAK or D2PAK-7 devices. The 0.9mΩ, 220ADC-rated BUK9J0R9-40H MOSFET suits applications up to 1.2kW, and is al...
Nexperia secures $800m financing to fund future growth plans
Nexperia has announced the completion of a refinancing of its current facilities with $800m equivalent of senior credit facilities. This includes a significant proportion of Revolving Credit facility. The proceeds will be used to refinance existing outstanding debt and for Capex expenditure to fund future growth. The facilities were arranged by Bank of America Merrill Lynch and HSBC, acting as Global Coordinators, and were syndicated by a gr...
Broad range of space-saving PN and Trench Schottky rectifiers
Nexperia has announced the launch of a wide range of PN and Trench Schottky rectifiers for power applications including automotive, industrial and consumer. In total, the company now offers more than 90 devices in the CFP packages. Nexperia CFP packaging is size- and thermally-efficient. The package design has a solid copper clip and exposed heat sink to reduce the package’s thermal resistance and optimise the transfer of heat into the...
Nexperia opens expansion at Guangdong assembly and test facility
Nexperia formerly opened a significant expansion to its ATGD discrete semiconductor assembly and test plant in Guangdong, China. The total production and warehouse site now covers an area of around 72,000m², adding an extra 16,000m² of production space. This will enable the factory in Guangdong to produce 90 billion parts annually, representing an increase of around 50% depending on product mix, and supporting Nexperia’s ambi...
Next-gen devices improve switching efficiency
Nexperia has announced its NextPower 100V family of power MOSFETs which delivers low reverse recovery charge (Qrr) and includes parts that are qualified to 175°C in the LFPAK56 (PowerSO8) package.
Nexperia supports engineers of the future with sponsorship
Nexperia has announced that it will be the main industry sponsor for the University of Twente’s RoboTeam, a multidisciplinary student group that aspires to innovate in both robotics and artificial intelligence.
Logic dividers deliver space-saving up to 93% for system efficiency
Nexperia has announced a new range of AHC (Advanced High speed CMOS) dividers with oscillators that save space, increase efficiency and reduce overall system cost. This new 74AHC1G42xx dividers range also offers overvoltage-tolerant inputs for mixed voltage mode operation, increasing reliability and flexibility in designs.
Translator solution addresses standard logic shift register market
Nexperia has announced that it is expanding its logic portfolio with new devices that expand the company‘s translator solutions into the standard logic shift register arena.
Robust MOSFETs suitable for automotive applications
Former Standard Products division of NXP, Nexperia, has announced a new series of Trench 9 power MOSFETs, targeted primarily at the automotive industry, which combine the company’s low voltage superjunction technology with its advanced packaging capability to deliver high performance and ruggedness.
Automotive power MOSFETs designed for space efficiency
The former standard products division of NXP, Nexperia has announced a new range of 80V dual Power-SO8 MOSFETs in the popular LFPAK56D package. With the addition of this new 80V range of MOSFETs, Nexperia now offers what it claims to be the industry’s most comprehensive portfolio of devices, ranging from 30-100V. LFPAK56D is fully automotive qualified to AEC-Q101 and has a proven track record for quality and reliability.
Protection portfolio with three TVS diode families
Nexperia has announced three miniature TVS diode families that are available in space-saving packages for applications in portable devices, including USB – Power Delivery (USB-PD) protection. All the new parts feature high surge ratings and high peak pulse power.
They think they’re all robots… They are now
It has been announced that the University of Twente’s RoboTeam, a multi-disciplinary student group that aspires to innovate in both robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI), has received sponsorship from Nexperia, the former Standard Products division of NXP. The team competed in RoboCup 2017, the world championships of robot soccer in Japan which focuses mainly on AI.
Achieving automotive power in a smaller package
At embedded world Nexperia, the former Standard Products division of NXP, announced the availability of its automotive power MOSFETs in the new, LFPAK33, thermally enhanced, loss-free package which has a footprint more than 80% smaller than industry standard devices. LFPAK33 devices also feature a lower resistance, responding to growing industry pressure to reduce the size of modules in the car while continuing to improve energy efficiency and re...
Automotive power MOSFET package is 80% smaller
Nexperia has announced the availability of its automotive power MOSFETs in the LFPAK33, thermally-enhanced, loss-free package which has a footprint more than 80% smaller than industry standard devices. LFPAK33 devices also feature a significantly lower resistance responding to growing industry pressure to reduce the size of modules in the car while continuing to improve energy efficiency and reliability.
EMI and ESD protection in single package with tiny footprint
Nexperia has announced three series of common mode EMI filters with integrated ESD protection: PCMFxUSB3S, PCMFxHDMI2S and PESDxUSB3S, which provide support for USB 3.1 Type C, HDMI 2.0 and MIPI M-PHY interfaces. Using the same footprint, Nexperia’s TrEOS ESD protection diodes are offered in the same package.
An emerging force in discretes, logic and MOSFETs
It was announced yesterday that Nexperia, the former Standard Products division of NXP, has completed its launch as a separate entity. Headquartered in Nijmegen, Netherlands and backed by a consortium of financial investors, Nexperia is a stand-alone player in the world of discretes, logic and MOSFETs, retaining all the expertise, manufacturing resources and key personnel of the former NXP division.