Emerging applications in the field of lithium-ion battery management and Power over Ethernet require operating voltages of up to 100V, robust primitive devices and low on-resistance. X-FAB’s enhanced 0.35 micrometer high-voltage foundry process XH035 offers these features combined with high reliability and a small silicon footprint.

This free webinar on the XH035 100V foundry process will cover new primitive devices now available, along with what capabilities they add to the process. It will show example circuits using the new devices, including an external MOSFET driver, class AB output and battery stack cell monitor to demonstrate typical utilization of the devices in applications such as voltage/power regulators, audio drivers, battery charge controller and other applications. Attendees will gain valuable insights about the benefits of using this new foundry process.

Paul PoenischPaul Poenisch, Sr. Applications Engineer, X-FAB Group

As a member of the X-FAB Hotline engineering team, Paul Poenisch is responsible providing solutions to X-FAB customers in dealing with the use and application of X-FAB technologies. Prior to joining X-FAB, he has worked in the process development, foundry management and design suport areas for companies such as Intel, LSI Logic, Xicor and ZMD AG. Paul has a total of more than 30 years experience in the industry in these areas. He holds a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley and a Master’s degree in Chemistry from the California State University, San Jose.