Vishay's Gen III MOSFET claims first in MICRO FOOT Package

Date
01/27/2014

Categories:
Battery Charging & Management, Discrete Components, Embedded Systems, Power Management, Power Semiconductors

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TrenchFET p-channel Gen III power MOSFET

Vishay Intertechnology extended its offering of TrenchFET® p-channel Gen III power MOSFETs with what is believed to be the industry's first -20 V device in the 2.4 mm by 2.0 mm by 0.4 mm CSP MICRO FOOT® package size. Designed to increase efficiency and save space in mobile computing devices, the Vishay Siliconix Si8851EDB offers extremely low on-resistance of 8.0 mΩ and 11.0 mΩ at -4.5 V and -2.5 V gate drives, respectively.

The Si8851EDB's p-channel Gen III technology, in combination with MICRO FOOT's packageless CSP technology and 30-pin design and layout, provides the lowest on-resistance possible for a given outline area. Compared with the closest competing 2 mm by 2 mm by 0.8 mm device, the Si8851EDB combines a 50 % thinner profile with almost half the on-resistance at a 4.5 V gate drive, providing 37 % lower on-resistance per package size. Offering similar on-resistance to 3.3 mm by 3.3 mm by 0.8 mm MOSFETs, the Si8851EDB provides a 56 % smaller outline and at least a 30 % lower on-resistance per package size.

With its slim 0.4 mm profile, the device released today is optimized for load and battery switches in power management applications for tablets, smartphones, and notebooks. The Si8851EDB's low on-resistance allows designers to achieve lower voltage drops in their circuits — promoting more efficient use of power and longer battery run times — while its compact footprint saves valuable PCB space. High typical ESD protection to 6 kV helps protect handheld devices against static charges while ensuring safe part handling during the manufacturing process. The MOSFET is halogen-free according to the JEDEC JS709A definition and compliant to RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.

Vishay's MICRO FOOT family

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