Phoenix, Ariz.ON Semiconductor has expanded its discrete packaging portfolio with new micro-packaged transistors and diodes tailored for space-constrained portable applications.
ON Semiconductor now offers general purpose and bias resistor transistors (BRT) in SOT-723, SOT-963 and in SOT-1123 packages, which measure 1.0 mm x 0.6 mm x 0.37 mm. These smaller, low-profile packages allow design engineers to use them in such applications as mobile handsets. The dual and complementary micro-packaged transistors are lead-free and halogen-free. Budgetary pricing ranges from $0.06 to
$0.08 USD per unit in 8,000 quantities.
ON Semiconductor has expanded its SOD-923 NSR Schottky diode portfolio with higher current capability of up to 500mA and higher reverse blocking voltage up to 70V. These micro-packaged Schottky diodes are ideal for use in camera flash and module drivers, boost converters for LCD/ or key-pad backlighting and a wide range of dc-dc converter applications in space-constraint portable applications.
ON Semiconductor's Schottky diodes are highly optimized for lower forward voltage drop and lower leakage current resulting in higher efficiency and lower losses. The SOD-923 packaged Schottky diodes are available in the lead-free, halogen-free packages and budgetary priced at $0.064 USD per unit in 8,000 quantities.
On Semiconductor's Zener portfolio now features the NZ9F series in the tiny SOD-923 package measuring 1.0 mm x 0.6 mm x 0.4 mm. With a steady state power dissipation of 200mW, the NZ9F series offers the same power handling capability as the SOD-323 package in a fraction of the board space. This series features a full zener breakdown voltage range from 2.4 V to 24 V with both 2 percent and 5 percent tolerance devices, offering the design engineer optimum flexibility for regulation and cost.
Typical applications for these zener diodes include voltage reference, low current voltage regulation and voltage clamping. Budgetary pricing for these devices is $ 0.04 USD per unit in 8,000 unit quantities.
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