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ON Semiconductor Intros 250 V Silicon Schottky

November 21, 2004 by Jeff Shepard

ON Semiconductor Corp. (Phoenix, AZ) introduced its first 250 V silicon Schottky for plasma/LCD television, power supply, consumer and automotive applications. Further expanding its high-voltage Schottky portfolio, the company also introduced two new 200 V Schottky rectifiers in SMC packages.

The quiet operation and fast recovery time of the new 200 V and 250 V Schottkys outperform ultrafast rectifiers' reverse-recovery time, forward voltage and softness. As such, the new high voltage Schottky devices simplify system design and offer a cost-effective solution for the growing number of 200 V to 250 V applications, including plasma television drive circuits, automotive body electronics and computer power supplies.

The new devices expand ON Semiconductor's existing 200 V and above rectifier portfolio. The new MBR40250 is a 40 A, 250 V Schottky offered in a T0-220 package and die; the MBRS4201 is a 4 A, 200 V Schottky offered in a SMC package; and the MBRS3201 is a 3 A, 200 V Schottky offered in a SMC package. The new devices are priced between $0.30 and $1.00 per unit in 10,000-unit quantities.