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ROHM Semiconductor

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1200 V SIC Diodes

SiC is emerging as the most viable candidate in the search for a next-generation, low-loss element due to its low ON resistance and superior characteristics under high temperatures.

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BD71815AGW System PMIC

PMIC for battery-powered portable devices using either i.MX 6 or 7 family of SoCs. The IC integrates 5 buck converters, 8 LDOs, a boost driver for LED, and a 500 mA single-cell linear charger.

Image of ROHM's High-Efficiency SMD Series of DC-DC Converters

High-Efficiency SMD Series of DC-DC Converters

ROHM’s power MOSFETs are designed for DC/DC and load switch applications and feature a bottom heatsink configuration that ensures superior heat dissipation.

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Recent PTMs

10 minutes
OptoSensors Overview
A brief overview of ROHM’s optical sensor offerings and their advantages, specifically covering topics related to photo interrupters and similar technology.
5 minutes
Ferroelectric RAM FeRAM Overview
This presentation will cover the features, applications, and the Ferroelectric RAM products, also known as F E RAM, available from Rohm Semiconductor.
5 minutes
Automotive LDO Regulator ICs
ROHM's automotive LDO regulators provide simplified circuit design and require fewer and smaller external components.
5 minutes
Isolated and Non-Isolated Gate Drivers
An introduction to ROHM's isolated and non-isolated gate drivers and the various categories available.
5 minutes
Configurable PMICs for NXP Application Processors
This presentation will provide a brief overview of ROHM’s PMIC offerings, explain benefits, and show how the products work with NXP Applications processors.
5 minutes
Contactless Current Sensor
This presentation will provide an overview of ROHM Semiconductor's contactless current sensor.
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About ROHM Semiconductor

ROHM was established in Kyoto, Japan, in 1958. ROHM designs and manufactures semiconductors, integrated circuits and other electronic components. These components find a home in the dynamic and ever-growing wireless, computer, automotive and consumer electronics markets. Some of the most innovative equipment and devices use ROHM products.

ROHM's presence in the North American market continues to expand with a logistic headquarters in San Diego, California, a design center in San Jose, California, a QA Center in Novi, Michigan, a sales office in Guadalajara, Mexico and a sales network that covers marketing, sales, and engineering support for the North and South American clients from Canada to Brazil. In addition to a direct sales force, ROHM enjoys the collaboration of several sales-representative organizations and industry leading electronics distributors.

For more than forty years, ROHM has stayed focused on the fundamental philosophy of customization. The company has worked closely with equipment manufacturers to develop next generation equipment and use the technology acquired through these efforts to propose system solutions to its customers and continually provide them with high added values.

The majority of ROHM's manufacturing equipment has been developed in-house. This has given ROHM the ability to respond immediately to changing market needs. The extent of ROHM products is a result of innovations and the capability to adjust to market demands. Automotive, telecommunication, computer, and consumer OEMs are among the leading end users of ROHM products.