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Nexperia reveals wafer-level 12 & 30V MOSFETs with market-leading efficiency

Three new devices in DSN1006 and DSN1010 save power and simplify thermal management in space-constrained applications.

Nexperia reveals wafer-level 12 & 30V MOSFETs with market-leading efficiency

Nexperia, the expert in essential semiconductors, has introduced the PMCB60XN and PMCB60XNE 30V N-channel small-signal trench MOSFETs, with market-leading RDS(on) in the ultra-compact wafer-level DSN1006 package, to make energy go further where space is tight and battery runtime is critical.

Ideal for highly miniaturized electronics like smartphones, smart watches, hearing aids, and earphones, the new MOSFETs support the trend towards greater intelligence and richer functionality that raise system power demand.

With RDS(on) up to 25% better than competing devices, they minimize energy losses and increase efficiency in load switching and battery management. Their superior performance also reduces self heating thereby enhancing user comfort in wearable devices.

Specifically, the PMCB60XN and PMCB60XNE have maximum RDS(on) of 50mΩ and 55mΩ respectively, at VGS = 4.5V. This gives them the lowest on-resistance per die area among similar 30V MOSFETs in the market. In addition, the PMCB60XNE comes with ESD protection rated to 2kV (human body model – HBM) integrated in the tiny 1.0mm × 0.6mm × 0.2mm DSN1006 outline. Both MOSFETs are rated for drain current up to 4A.

In addition to these two MOSFETs in DSN1006, Nexperia has also introduced the PMCA14UN, a 12V, N-channel trench MOSFET in a DSN1010 package. With max RDS(on) of 16mΩ at VGS = 4.5 V, the PMCA14UN delivers market-leading efficiency in the 0.96mm × 0.96mm × 0.24mm (SOT8007) outline.

The 30V PMCB60XN and PMCB60XNE, and 12V PMCA14UN, are in production now and available from Nexperia. For more information please visit nexperia.com.

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