ON Semiconductor is a premier supplier of high-performance, energy-efficient silicon solutions for green electronics. ON Semiconductor's broad portfolio of power and signal management, logic, discrete and custom devices helps customers efficiently solve their design challenges in automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, LED lighting, medical, military/aerospace and power applications.
ON Semiconductor's CCRACGEVB AC LED Lighting Evaluation Board allows engineers to evaluate six different topologies as they approach this difficult balancing act. This evaluation board is designed for the NSIC family of CCR devices. The CCR is based on Self-Biased Transistor (SBT) technology and regulates current over a wide voltage range. The linear constant current regulator is a simple, economical and robust device designed to provide a cost-effective solution for regulating current in LEDs (similar to Constant Current Diode, CCD). It is designed with a negative temperature coefficient to protect LEDs from thermal runaway at extreme voltages and currents. The CCRACGEVB has an input voltage range of 12 VAC to 250 VAC and showcases the NSIC20xBT3G series of 120 V CCRs and the NSI50150 (150 – 350 mA Adjustable) CCR.
ON Semiconductor NCV7240 Gate Driver is an automotive eight channel low-side driver with a drive capability up to 600 mA per channel. NCV7240's 16-bit SPI port provides output control and convenient reporting of faults for open load (or short to ground), over load, and over temperature conditions. Parallel control of the outputs is offered through the INx pins. Limp Home Functionality is achieved with a dedicated limp−home mode pin (LHI) that enables OUT1−OUT4 while disabling OUT5−OUT8. Each output driver is protected for over load current and includes an output clamp for inductive loads. AEC−Q100 Qualified and PPAP Capable, the NCV7240 Gate Driver is ideal for automotive body control units, automotive engine control units, relay drives, LED drives, and stepper motor drivers. The device is available in a SSOP−24 fused lead package.
ON Semiconductor NCS3402 Dual Nano-Power Open Drain Output Comparator consumes only 470nA per channel supply current, making it ideal for battery power and wireless handset applications. NCS3402 has a minimum operating supply voltage of 2.7V over the extended industrial temperature range (TA = -40°C to 125°C), while having an input common-mode range of -0.1 to VDD + 5V. The ultra low supply current makes NCS3402 an ideal choice for battery powered and portable applications where quiescent current is the primary concern. Reverse battery protection guards the amplifier from an over-current condition due to improper battery installation. For harsh environments, the inputs can be taken 5V above the positive supply rail without damage to the device.
ON Semiconductor LMV931 Single and LMV932 Dual CMOS Low-Voltage Op-Amps can operate on single-sided power supplies (1.8V to 5.0V) with rail-to-rail input and output swing. Both ON Semiconductor devices come in small state-of-the-art packages and require very low quiescent current, making them ideal for battery-operated, portable applications, such as notebook computers and hand-held instruments. Rail-to-Rail operation provides improved signal-to-noise performance plus the small packages allow for closer placement to signal sources, reducing noise pickup. LMV931 is offered in a space saving SC70-5 package while LMV932 is offered in a Micro8 package. These small packages are beneficial for crowded PCBs.
ON Semiconductor's NGTBxxN120L Motor Drive IGBTs feature a robust and cost effective Field Stop (FS) Trench construction, and provides superior performance in demanding switching applications, offering both low on-state voltage and minimal switching loss. They are available 1200 V in 15 A, 20 A and 25 A rated versions. These IGBTs are well suited for resonant or soft switching applications. Incorporated into the device is a rugged co-packaged free wheeling diode with a low forward voltage.
ON Semiconductor's NGTB15N60 Short-Circuit Rated IGBTs feature a robust and cost effective Non-Punch through (NPT) Trench construction, and provides superior performance in demanding switching applications. Offering both low on state voltage and minimal switching loss, the IGBT is well suited for motor drive control and other hard switching applications. Incorporated into the NGTB15N60EG and NGTB15N60S1EG is a rugged co-packaged reverse recovery diode with a low forward voltage. Typical applications include appliance motor control, general purpose inverter and AC and DC motor control.
ON Semiconductor's NCP5915x Very Low-Dropout Regulators are high precision, very low dropout (VLDO), low ground current positive voltage regulators that are capable of providing an output current in excess of 1.5 A with a typical dropout voltage lower than 300 mV at 1.5 A load current. This series consists of Adjustable output voltage and fixed voltage versions. The NCP5915x series can withstand up to 18 V max input voltage. Internal protection features consist of output current limiting, built−in thermal shutdown and reverse output current protection.
ON Semiconductor's NCP107x High-Voltage Switchers for Low Power Offline SMPS integrate a fixed frequency current mode controller with a 700 V MOSFET. Available in a PDIP−7 or SOT−223 package, the NCP107x offers a high level of integration, including soft−start, frequency−jittering, short−circuit protection, skip−cycle, a maximum peak current set point, ramp compensation, and a Dynamic Self−Supply. The NCP107x is quiet by nature: during nominal load operation, the part switches at one of the available frequencies (65, 100 or 130 kHz). When the output power demand diminishes, the IC automatically enters frequency foldback mode and provides excellent efficiency at light loads.
ON Semiconductor's NCP161x Enhanced High Efficiency PFC Controllers are active Power Factor Corrected (PFC) controllers specifically designed for use as a boost pre-converter in ac-dc adapters, flat TVs, lightning ballasts and other medium powered offline applications. The controller is based on an innovative Current Controlled Frequency Foldback (CCFF) method. In this mode, the circuit classically operates in Critical conduction Mode (CrM) when the inductor current exceeds a programmable value.
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