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Toshiba Lanza los Nuevos Circuitos Integrados de Compuerta Lógica Multifunción CMOS

Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) ha lanzado una nueva serie de dispositivos de compuerta lógica multifunción para Semiconductores Complementarios de Óxido Metálico (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor, CMOS) que soporta sistemas de 5V y se aloja en paquetes pequeños, ideales para dispositivos móviles como teléfonos celulares, teléfonos inteligentes, tabletas PC, cámaras digitales y cámaras de video digitales.

Toshiba Multi-function Gate Logic (Photo: Business Wire)

Toshiba Multi-function Gate Logic (Photo: Business Wire)

Los circuitos integrados (IC) de compuerta lógica multifunción les permiten a los usuarios poder seleccionar entre múltiples funciones de compuerta, dependiendo del estado de procesamiento de las señales de entrada. La nueva serie SZ, basada en la serie SP existente de compuerta lógica multifunción para unidades de baja tensión de Toshiba, amplía el soporte a los sistemas de 5V. También se agrega a la línea la serie SZT, un dispositivo de tipo de entrada TTL que asegura la conversión de nivel de los sistemas de baja tensión. Para todas las entradas se usa un circuito disparador de Schmitt. Los nuevos productos vienen en paquetes MP6 pequeños (1,0 mm x 1,45 mm x 0,55 mm) que soportan los requerimientos de los dispositivos móviles pequeños.

Las muestras estarán disponibles a partir de enero y la producción masiva está programada para que comience en marzo.

Aplicaciones
Productos de uso general para una variedad de aplicaciones, pero especialmente para dispositivos móviles pequeños, como teléfonos celulares, teléfonos inteligentes, tabletas PC, cámaras digitales y cámaras de video digitales.

 

Características clave

1.   Con un producto se seleccionan las múltiples funciones de compuerta básica.
2. Paquete MP6 pequeño (1,0 mm x 1,45 mm x 0,55 mm) que logra una superficie de montaje más pequeña.
3.

Tensión de la fuente de alimentación operativa: VCC = 1,65 a 5,5V

4. Función tolerante de la entrada de 5,5V
5. Función de protección contra caída de energía (para todos los pins de entrada)
 

Especificaciones principales de los nuevos productos

Alcance operativo de la serie TC7SZ (*1)
Artículo   Símbolo   Potencia   Unidad
Tensión de alimentación VCC 1,65 a 5,5 V
Tensión de entrada VIN -0,5 a 5,5 V
Tensión de salida VOUT 0 a 5,5 (*2) V
0 a VCC (*3)
Temperatura operativa   Topr   -40 a 85   °C
 
Alcance operativo de la serie TC7SZT (*1)
Artículo   Símbolo   Potencia   Unidad
Tensión de alimentación VCC 2,3 a 3,6 V
Tensión de entrada VIN -0,5 a 3,6 V
Tensión de salida VOUT

0 a 3,6(*2)

V
0 a VCC (*3)
Temperatura operativa   Topr   -40 a 85   °C
*1:   El alcance operativo es la condición en la que se garantiza el funcionamiento.

Asegúrese de conectar la entrada no utilizada a VCC o GND.

*2: VCC = 0V
*3: Nivel "H" o "L"
 

Gráfico de función de los productos nuevos

Función   TC7SZ57   TC7SZ58   TC7SZ97   TC7SZ98
TC7SZT57 TC7SZT58 TC7SZT97 TC7SZT98
Schmitt INV

Schmitt Buffer
Schmitt AND    
Schmitt NAND    
Schmitt OR      
Schmitt NOR      
Schmitt XOR    
Schmitt XNOR    
Selector 2 a 1    
Schmitt INV + NOR
Schmitt INV + OR
Schmitt INV + NAND
Schmitt INV + AND        

*Siga este enlace para recibir más información sobre este producto.
http://www.semicon.toshiba.co.jp/eng/product/logic/selection/topics/1265425_2333.html

Acerca de Toshiba
Toshiba es un fabricante diversificado, proveedor de soluciones y comercializador líder en el mundo de productos y sistemas electrónicos y eléctricos de avanzada. El Grupo Toshiba aporta innovación e imaginación a una amplia gama de negocios: productos digitales, entre los que se incluyen televisores LCD, computadoras notebooks, soluciones minoristas e impresoras multifunción (multifunction printers, MFP); dispositivos electrónicos, entre los que se incluyen semiconductores, productos y materiales de almacenamiento; sistemas de infraestructura industrial y social, incluidos los sistemas de generación de energía, soluciones comunitarias inteligentes, sistemas médicos y escaleras mecánicas y elevadores; y electrodomésticos.
Toshiba fue fundada en 1875, y actualmente opera una red global de más de 550 compañías consolidadas, con 202 000 empleados en todo el mundo y ventas anuales que exceden los 6,1 billones de yenes (74 000 millones USD). Visite el sitio web de Toshiba en www.toshiba.co.jp/index.htm

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