In addition to the SBR40U100CT, this product release includes a cost-effective 200V SBR(R) rectifier in an isolated TO-220 package. The SBR10200CTFP is designed to meet the most optimized performance requirements of the high-volume end user markets of LCD televisions and printers. The SBR10200CTFP offers a 200V reverse voltage breakdown rating that is superior to many lower voltage 150V Schottky competitors in this market, and allows for greater reliability to handle large voltage spikes.
"With the release of products like SBR40U100CT and SBR10200CTFP, Diodes continues to use die technology combined with efficient packaging scalability to leverage both the performance benefits and now the cost benefits of SBR(R) technology," remarked Mark King, Diodes' VP Sales and Marketing. "With our SBR(R) die technology combined with our new TO-220 and ITO-220 packaging capabilities, Diodes continues to expand our SBR(R) technology into new targeted markets designed specifically for the demands of high-volume, end user applications."
With this release, Diodes is offering five other SBRs in this product family. The new SBR40U60CT, SBR40U150CT, and SBR40U200CT devices all achieve a continuous forward current rating of 40A with a low forward voltage drop (VF) and a high maximum junction temperature of 150 degrees C. Diodes is also offering two new 60A rated rectifiers in a standard TO-220AB package, SBR60A150CT and SBR60A200CT. All of these rectifiers are rated for high forward surge capability making them ideal for such applications as industrial computers, telecom and medical SMPS, where efficiency and reliability are critical to the design.
SBR is a registered trademark of Diodes Incorporated.
About Diodes Incorporated
Diodes Incorporated (Nasdaq: DIOD) an S&P SmallCap 600 Index company, is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality application specific standard products within the broad discrete and analog semiconductor markets, serving the consumer electronics, computing, communications, industrial and automotive markets. Diodes' products include diodes, rectifiers, transistors, MOSFETs, protection devices, functional specific arrays, power management devices including DC-DC switching and linear voltage regulators, amplifiers and comparators, and Hall-effect sensors. The Company has its corporate offices in Dallas, Texas, with a sales, marketing, engineering and logistics office in Southern California; design centers in Dallas, San Jose and Taipei; a wafer fabrication facility in Missouri; two manufacturing facilities in Shanghai; a fabless IC plant in Hsinchu Science Park, Taiwan; engineering, sales, warehouse and logistics offices in Taipei and Hong Kong, and sales and support offices throughout the world. With its recent asset acquisition of APD Semiconductor, a privately held U.S.-based fabless semiconductor company, Diodes acquired proprietary SBR(R) technology. Diodes, Inc.'s product focus is on high-growth end-user equipment markets such as TV/Satellite set-top boxes, portable DVD players, datacom devices, ADSL modems, power supplies, medical devices, wireless notebooks, flat panel displays, digital cameras, mobile handsets, DC to DC conversion, wireless 802.11 LAN access points, brushless DC motor fans, and automotive applications. For further information, including SEC filings, visit the Company's website at www.diodes.com
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Mark King, 805-446-4800
Sr. VP, Sales & Marketing
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Executive Vice President