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Toshiba Electronics - Miniature high power white LEDs with typical luminous flux up to 100 lumens

Toshiba Electronics - Miniature high power white LEDs with typical luminous flux up to 100 lumens
Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) has announced three new high-brightness, miniature white LEDs that will allow designers to deliver high-efficiency solid-state solutions for a wide range of commercial, residential and industrial lighting.
11th February 2010

Toshiba Electronics - Miniature high power white LEDs with typical luminous flux up to 100 lumens

Toshiba Electronics - Miniature high power white LEDs with typical luminous flux up to 100 lumens
Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) has announced three new high-brightness, miniature white LEDs that will allow designers to deliver high-efficiency solid-state solutions for a wide range of commercial, residential and industrial lighting.
11th February 2010

Toshiba Corporation launches highly sensitive CMOS image sensor with BSI

Toshiba Corporation launches highly sensitive CMOS image sensor with BSI
Toshiba has announced the launch of a new CMOS image sensor that will bring 14.6 million pixels to digital still cameras and to mobile phones supporting video imaging. The sensor, the latest addition to Toshiba’s “Dynastron” line-up, is also the company’s first to integrate the enhanced sensitivity offered by back-side illumination technology (BSI). Sampling of the new sensor will begin in December and mass production will follow from the third quarter of 2010 (July--September).
27th October 2009


Toshiba Corporation launches highly sensitive CMOS image sensor with BSI

Toshiba Corporation launches highly sensitive CMOS image sensor with BSI
Toshiba has announced the launch of a new CMOS image sensor that will bring 14.6 million pixels to digital still cameras and to mobile phones supporting video imaging. The sensor, the latest addition to Toshiba’s “Dynastron” line-up, is also the company’s first to integrate the enhanced sensitivity offered by back-side illumination technology (BSI). Sampling of the new sensor will begin in December and mass production will follow from the third quarter of 2010 (July--September).
27th October 2009

High brightness neutral and warm white LEDs from Toshiba

High brightness neutral and warm white LEDs from Toshiba
Toshiba Electronics has expanded its family of high-power, high-brightness white LEDs with two new versions. The new devices provide designers with neutral white and warm white options that can replace conventional bulb technologies in commercial, residential and industrial lighting applications.
3rd June 2009

High brightness neutral and warm white LEDs from Toshiba

High brightness neutral and warm white LEDs from Toshiba
Toshiba Electronics has expanded its family of high-power, high-brightness white LEDs with two new versions. The new devices provide designers with neutral white and warm white options that can replace conventional bulb technologies in commercial, residential and industrial lighting applications.
3rd June 2009

Toshiba launches high noise immunity 800V couplers

Toshiba launches high noise immunity 800V couplers
Toshiba Electronics has announced two new miniature photocouplers that are ideal for office equipment, home appliances, solid state relays and other applications demanding high impulse noise immunity.
1st April 2009

Toshiba launches high noise immunity 800V couplers

Toshiba launches high noise immunity 800V couplers
Toshiba Electronics has announced two new miniature photocouplers that are ideal for office equipment, home appliances, solid state relays and other applications demanding high impulse noise immunity.
1st April 2009

Ultra-miniature photocouplers reduce space by 70% in high-speed designs

Ultra-miniature photocouplers reduce space by 70% in high-speed designs
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced a new family of ultra-miniature photocouplers for high-speed applications that are 70% smaller than previous devices offering similar performance.
13th February 2009

Ultra-miniature photocouplers reduce space by 70% in high-speed designs

Ultra-miniature photocouplers reduce space by 70% in high-speed designs
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced a new family of ultra-miniature photocouplers for high-speed applications that are 70% smaller than previous devices offering similar performance.
13th February 2009


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