Dual complementary N and P-Channel MOSFETs save board space
April 22, 2010 // Paul Buckley
Central Semiconductor Corp. has released dual complementary N and P-Channel MOSFETs that feature a 20 V, 160 mA N-Channel and a 20 V, 140 mA P-Channel MOSFET packaged in the ultra miniature SOT-963 surface mount case.
The CMRDM3575 is an integrated solution designed for circuits requiring both N-Channel and complementary P-Channel MOSFETs. The CMRDM3575 is ideal for power management applications including load/power switches, power supply converter circuits, synchronous load rectification, and buck conversion.
The CMRDM3575 utilizes 1.1 square millimeter of board space and requires approximately 61 percent less board space than the SOT-563. In addition to the space savings, the CMRDM3575 has a low 0.5mm package height making it perfect for today's most challenging space constrained portable hand held electronics.
Availability and Pricing
Pricing for the CMRDM3575 starts at 0.16 US Dollars each for 8,000 pieces on 7 inch tape and reel. Sample devices are available upon request.
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