Nexperia, the former Standard Products division of NXP, 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 clip-bonded FlatPower (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 optimize the transfer of heat into the ambient environment, allowing smaller and thinner PCB designs. The CFP package is available in three versions – CFP3 (SOD123W), CFP5 (SOD128) and CFP15 (SOT1289) – that support up to 15 A current. The CFP3 packages deliver a footprint saving of 50 per cent when compared to previous-generation SMA-packaged devices.
Commented Jan Fischer, Nexperia’s product marketing manager for power rectifiers: “By entering the power rectifier market with such a broad product range of high performance miniature devices, Nexperia is delivering a future-proof solution. So now, customers can be sure of the security of the supply chain in high volumes for these PN and Schottky rectifiers. We are also investing heavily in new production facilities and plan significant increases in design personnel to further grow this portfolio and support our customers in the power markets.”
New devices available include:
VF/IR optimised 40 V/45 V and 60 V Trench Schottky rectifiers in CFP3/5/15 packaging
These high-performance parts build on Nexperia’s existing extensive portfolio of planar types, offering the combination of low reverse current and low forward voltage. This increases the thermal stability and reduces the risk of thermal runaway. The Trench Schottky rectifiers offer a TJ(max) of 175 °C and are AEC-Q101 qualified.
Fast recovery, low reverse current PN rectifiers in CFP3 and CFP5 packaging
Applications are very broad including functions such as DC/DC conversion, free-wheeling diodes, bridge rectification and reverse polarity protection in automotive, consumer and industrial markets, as well as equipment used in high temperature environments. Devices are in mass production now.