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Diotec Semiconductor introduced SIT10C065 and SIT12C065 650 V single diodes in TO-220AC package. They offer 10 A and 12 A of average forward current. Both are ideally suited for high voltage / high frequency switching circuits, such as Power Factor Correction (PFC), high efficient solar inverters or data server power supplies.
Both devices feature a high reverse voltage of 650 V combined with an extremely low “reverse recovery” capacitive charge and thus discharging time. That makes it ideally suited for all applications, where high voltage levels are switched at very high frequencies.
- High reverse voltage
- Almost zero switching losses
- Low reverse leakage current
- High efficiency high frequency switching
- Single diodes in industry standard case outline
- Solar inverters
- Data server power supplies
- Power Factor Correction (PFC)
- 10 A /12 A average forward current (IFAV)
- 650 V repetitive reverse voltage (VRRM)
- Typical forward voltage 1.7 V at 10 A and 175°C (VF)
- Typical forward voltage 1.75 V at 12 A and 175°C (VF)
- Typical reverse leakage 20 µA at 650 V and 175°C (IR)
- Total capacitive charge 28 nC at 400 V, 10 A, 200 A/µs [QC)
- TO-220AC case outline
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The true beauty of a car isn’t in the way that it looks, but in the way it makes you feel. With the growing demand for smarter vehicles, in-vehicle systems are evolving to provide more seamless experiences. More and more vehicles are incorporating in-vehicle infotainment systems to provide drivers and passengers a combination of entertainment and information to enhance their experiences.
The infotainment system enables radio, navigation, multimedia and Internet-based applications to be centrally controlled. Furthermore, a range of vehicle status messages can be displayed through the infotainment system.
The most popular communication mechanism in modern vehicles is the Controller Area Network (CAN) bus. CAN and other network protocol support: In order to facilitate interaction between microcontrollers and gadgets, the electrical hardware elements of infotainment systems are coupled via standardised communication protocols like CAN. It is a bi-directional serial communication bus that allows Infotainment system to communicate with ECU, without using any complex wiring. One of the wires is called the CAN_Low (CAN_L) and the other, CAN_High (CAN_H), with a data transfer rate of 1Mbit/s.
ESD protection can be achieved by placing Transient Voltage Suppression (TVS) diodes on a data line to protect the interface during the fast rise time transient events like ESD in less than a nanosecond. The Diotec NUP2105L-AQ protection diode is designed to protect high speed data lines from ESD.
Ultra−low capacitance 30pf and high level of ESD protection up to 30KV, 350 W Peak Power Dissipation per Line (8/20 sec Waveform) and very low reverse leakage current <100nA. This device provides bidirectional protection for each data line with a single compact SOT−23 package, it is available in AEC−Q101 Qualified and PPAP Capable.
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