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MaxPower Rectifier for Highest Current Densities

July 17, 2019 by MaxPower

This article highlights MaxPower Semiconductor Inc. expansion of its product portfolio with a series of MOS-based rectifiers with very high current density.

The innovative semiconductor manufacturer MaxPower Semiconductor Inc. has expanded its product portfolio with a series of MOS-based rectifiers with very high current density. They are particularly suitable for use in high frequency switching power supplies such as DC/DC converters, adapters, polarity protection circuits or lighting.

The members of this family of Double Shielded Trench MOS Rectifiers™ (DSTMOS™) are available with breakdown voltages from 20 V to 200 V. First, a variant with U (RRM) = 45 V is offered. At 15 A, its forward drop voltage is at very low 0.36 V. Below its breakdown voltage, the leakage current of these rectifiers is less than 10 mA. Stable over a wide temperature range from 25° C to 175° C.

MaxPower can offer it’s DSTMOS™ products in a wide range of different packages, but as a reference an initial portfolio in the classical TO-220 package is rolled out first.

Local support, sales and service are provided by Finepower based in Ismaning.


About MaxPower

MaxPower Semiconductor Inc. is a fabless power semiconductor provider dedicated to delivering innovative and cost-effective technologies that optimize Power Management Solutions. Unlike other semiconductor providers, MaxPower’s size and expertise enable unmatched customer service for a completely collaborative partnership.

With a vast and constantly growing IP portfolio, MaxPower’s proprietary device structures and process techniques enable its customers and strategic partners with the competitive advantages needed to continue to provide leading edge products to the marketplace. Extensive experience in research & development, design, and applications knowledge are a part of each and every product and/or service that MaxPower provides—ensuring higher performance that exceeds expectations.