Tags: SOP

  • December 29, 2011
    PhotoMOS With Short Circuit Protection  Small size, reliability and low power consumption are the requirements for components used to switch signal outputs in sensors, control units or on measurement cards. An important function is the galvanic isolation of sensitive electronics from possible disturbances on the output side, e.g. voltage peaks or overcurrents, which can arise due to short circuits or improper use. Panasonic's new short-circuit protected PhotoMOS Relay family is optimally prepared to meet these challenges.
  • July 20, 2011
    Panasonic's Refined Radio Frequency Immense advancements in the semiconductor market have had numerous effects on modern electronics, including rising clock rates, extended functionality of devices, and decreasing size of electronic products. Aside from including these features, many applications require switches offering galvanic separation of input and output.   For application purposes, Panasonic uses optocouplers and MOSFETS, or analog CMOS switches.   
  • July 11, 2011
    A Challenge Of Circuit Protection Small size, reliability, and low power consumption are requirements for components used to switch signal outputs in sensors, control units, or on measurement cards. An important function is the galvanic isolation of sensitive electronics from possible disturbances on the output side, e.g. voltage peaks or overcurrents, which can arise due to short circuits or improper use. The new short circuit protected PhotoMOS family from Panasonic is optimally prepared to meet these challenges.
  • July 07, 2011
    SPICE is a powerful general purpose analog and mixed-signal circuit simulator that is used to verify circuit designs and to predict the circuit’s behavior. The original Spice program has given rise to a variety of commercial implementations. Among them is PSpice, a version for use on a PC which provides a comfortable graphic user interface. For this reason, PSpice has become very common and is widely used by engineers. An essential requirement for achieving quick and accurate simulation results is a well assembled library containing the circuit’s parts.