DC voltage: 17 V - 64.5 V
Reverse voltage: 10 V - 40 V
... than 1.0ps from 0 Volts to VBR min • Excellent clamping capability • Typical failure mode is short from over-specified voltage or current • Whisker test is conducted based on JEDEC JESD201A per its table 4a and ...
DC voltage: 13.3 V - 135 V
Reverse voltage: 12 V - 110 V
The 8.0SMDJ High Voltage TVS Diode solution provides 8000W of peak pulse power dissipation in a compact DO-214AB SMC package. • Provides 8kW peak pulse power capability at 10/1000μs waveform, excellent ...
DC voltage: 6.4 V
Reverse voltage: 533 V
... applications. The TPSMB series Transient Voltage Suppression (TVS) Diode offers secondary protection of sensitive automotive and other electronics from transients induced by load dump and other transient ...
Reverse voltage: 5 V - 250 V
TVS Diodes are used to protect sensitive circuit from high-voltage transients.Their p-n junctions have a larger crosssectional area than those of a normal diode,allowing them to conduct ...
Reverse voltage: 58 V - 380 V
... supplies TVS Diodes with peak power ratings from 200 W to 30 kW,and reverse standoff voltages from 5.0 V to 512 V. Peak Pulse Current (IPP) (8 / 20µs): 15 kA ● Very low clamping voltage ● ...
Reverse voltage: 5 V - 440 V
Transient Voltage Suppressor (TVS) is a circuit protection component that either attenuates (reduces) or filters a transient voltage spike (overvoltage), TVS diodes provide critical ...
DC voltage: 0.39 V - 0.96 V
Reverse voltage: 15 V - 200 V
... power Schottky diodes combine low voltage-drop characteristics with negligible or zero recovery. They range from 15 to 200 V and from 1 to 240 A, covering all application needs from low voltage ...
Reverse voltage: 40 V - 1,600 V
... miniaturization campaign, a new generation of Chip Diodes from Bourns has emerged that offers the capability to provide a silicon diode with minimal packaging overhead. The small signal 0603, 1005 and ...
FEATURES • High surge current capability • Stud cathode and stud anode version • Wide current range • Types up to 1200 V VRRM • Designed and qualified for industrial and consumer level • Material categorization: for definitions ...
Reverse voltage: 200, 400, 600, 800 V
The CENTRAL SEMICONDUCTOR CMMR1U Series are high quality 1.0 Amp Surface Mount Silicon Rectifiers, well constructed, highly reliable components designed for use in all types of commercial, industrial, entertainment, computer, and automotive ...
Reverse voltage: 400 V - 5,800 V
High voltage ratings up to 2400 V High surge current capabilities Diffused junction Case style DO-200AA(A-PUK), Nell’s A-type Capsule Hockey PUK version Lead (Pb)-free Applications Converters Power supplies Machine ...
Reverse voltage: 0.71 V - 106 V
Typical Applications Voltage stabilization and regulators (For overvoltage protection- uni- and bi-directional - see TVS diodes TGL34 series) Commercial grade l) Features High power dissipation Compliant ...
DC voltage: 1.25 V
... grade Suffix -Q: AEC-Q101 compliant ‘) Suffix -AQ: in AEC-Q101 qualification l) Features High input voltage Low voltage drop Adjustable output voltage Compliant to RoHS (exemp. 7a) REACH, ...
DC voltage: 4.8 V - 23 V
... compliant*) Suffix -AQ: in AEC-Q101 qualification *) Features Thermal overload protection Short circuit protection Fixed voltage range: 3.3V, 5.0V, 6.0V, 8.0V, 9.0V 10V, 12V, 15V, 18V, 20V, 24V Also available in SOT-89, ...
DC voltage: 12 V
Reverse voltage: 12 kV
Product Features 1. Low leakage, impact resistance, avalanche breakdown protection, etc. 2. Small size, easy to install, suitable for automatic production. 3. High speed switching characteristics, environmental protection ...
Reverse voltage: 20 kV
... reliability design. 2.High voltage design. 3.High current. low forward voltage 4.Conform to RoHS and SGS. 5.Epoxy resin molded in vacuumHave anticorrosion in the surface. APPLICATIONS: 1.Accelerator ...
DC voltage: 0.38 V - 0.95 V
Reverse voltage: 20 V - 200 V
Reverse standoff voltage range from 1,000V to 20,000V Average forward rectified current range from 0.2A to 0.75A
DC voltage: 25 V - 550 V
Reverse voltage: 20 kV - 450 kV
DC voltage: 40 V - 60 V
Reverse voltage: 40 V
... using a simple diode. However, when currents become more significant, power dissipation in a diode quickly increases to unacceptable levels because of the unavoidable forward voltage ...
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