Fairchild Semiconductor to Participate at Electronica India 2013
Aug 15, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
At Electronica India 2013, Sept. 4-6, in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India, Fairchild Semiconductor will showcase.
According to a release, demos include:
-Automotive: A steering sub-assembly demonstration will showcase Fairchild's latest 40V PowerTrench MOSFETs utilizing Fairchild's automotive power module and TO-Leadless packaging technology. Leveraging the APM technology, these devices support the automotive electronic industry's need for higher currents and power density, lower power dissipation and smaller footprints. Featured products include the FTCO3V455A1 a 3-Phase, Variable Speed Drive Automotive Power Module intended for 3-Phase motor control applications under 2kW, and allow designers to reduce the overall system cost of higher power applications.
-Industrial Power: On display will be a complete solution for industrial power that includes the FOD8316 smart gate driver optocoupler, an advanced 2.5A output current IGBT drive optocoupler comprised of high-speed isolated feedback for fault sensing. Demonstrations of new SiC BJTs, offering higher efficiency and reliability in power conversion systems, will also be on display.
-Power Supplies: Fairchild will showcase solutions for LED lighting drivers, smart phone, PC and tablet charging, smart grid smart meters. Also on display are solutions for LED/LCD/PDP TV applications, including the FL7701 smart non-isolated buck LED driver for low-power, TRIAC and analog dimming applications, and the FSL206MRx integrated Pulse-Width Modulator controller. Part of the FPS Green Mode Fairchild power switch device family, the FSL206MRx series is designed for high-performance offline SMPS that require minimal external components.
-Motion Control: Fairchild will demonstrate motion control solutions including the FCM8531 analog and digital integrated motor controller, a tailored configurable solution complete with user guides, reference designs, and evaluation boards that help motor control designers shorten time-to-market and minimize software design efforts. Also on display are Fairchild's SPM smart power modules that offer high system efficiency while eliminating up to 23 components, when compared to discrete solutions, and include 15 fully-tested components, as well as built-in features and protection functions that eliminate the need for multiple external components, providing designers significant advantages for 1.5kW motor designs.
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