IDC (ISAHAYA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION) Electronics Corporation is a Japanese manufacturer of high-end discrete and mixed ICs. IDC was founded in 1973 by the Japanese Mitsubishi Electric Co., Ltd. After that, Since 2003, IDC Electronics has manufactured the discrete ICs and mixed ICs under its own brand name. IDC Electronics currently designs and manufactures ASICs for small signal transistors to caters for the miniaturization and high functionality.
Linear Technology Corporation, a member of Analog Devices, Inc., announces the LTM4651, a non-isolated negative-output μModule® (micromodule) regulator that operates from a positive input supply voltage. Generates -26.5V to -0.5V output. The LTM4651 operates from an input voltage range of 3.6V to 58V and is available in a 15mm x 9mm x 5.01mm BGA package. It is a compact solution that provides -5VOUT, -12VOUT, -15VOUT, and - from an industry-standard 5VIN, 12VIN, or 24VIN power supply. 24VOUT. The LTM4651 is designed to meet the EN55022 Class B EMC standard requirements for information technology equipment. The combination of a wide voltage range and low EMI operation makes this device ideal for applications that operate in harsh environments such as test and measurement, industrial, factory automation, process control, medical equipment, imaging, and communications.
Linear Technology Corporation, a division of Analog Devices, Inc., introduced the LTC7004, a high-speed, high-side N-channel MOSFET driver that operates with supply voltages up to 60V. Its internal charge pump fully enhances the external N-channel MOSFET switch, allowing the device to remain on for an infinite amount of time.