|Category||Discrete => TVS (Transient Transient Voltage Suppressors)|
|Description||Pakage = DO-15 ;; Devices Marking Code= ;; Nominal Voltage(V) = 10|
|Company||Taiwan Semiconductor (TSC)|
|Datasheet||Download P6KE120C datasheet
|Cross ref.||Similar parts: P6KE120CA, SA100C|
|Voltage Range to 440 Volts 600 Watts Peak Power 5.0 Watts Steady State
UL Recognized File # E-96005 Plastic package has Underwriters Laboratory Flammability Classification 94V-0 Exceeds environmental standards MIL-STD-19500 600W surge capability 100 us waveform, duty cycle: 0.01% Excellent clamping capability Low zener impedance Fast response time: Typically less than 1.0ps from 0 volts to VBR for unidirectional and 5.0 ns for bidirectional Typical IR less than 1uA above 10V High temperature soldering guaranteed: / 10 seconds /.375",(9.5mm) lead length / 5lbs.,(2.3kg) tension
a Case: Molded plastic Lead: Axial leads, solderable per MIL-STD-202, Lead: Method 208 Polarity: Color band denotes cathode except bipolar Weight: 0.34gram Dimensions in inches and (millimeters)
Rating at 25°C ambient temperature unless otherwise specified. Single phase, half wave, 60 Hz, resistive or inductive load. For capacitive load, derate current by 20%
Peak Power Dissipation TA=25OC, Tp=1ms (Note 1) Steady State Power Dissipation TL=75 °C Lead Lengths.375", 9.5mm (Note 2) Peak Forward Surge Current, 8.3 ms Single Half Sine-wave Superimposed on Rated Load (JEDEC method) (Note 3) Maximum Instantaneous Forward Voltage at 50.0A for Unidirectional Only (Note 4) Operating and Storage Temperature Range
4. VF=3.5V for Devices of VBR 200V and VF=5.0V Max. for Devices of VBR>200V. Devices for Bipolar Applications 1. For Bidirectional Use or CA Suffix for Types P6KE6.8 through Types P6KE440. 2. Electrical Characteristics Apply in Both Directions.
Notes: 1. Non-repetitive Current Pulse Per Fig. 3 and Derated above TA=25OC Per Fig. 2. Mounted on Copper Pad Area x 40 mm) Per Fig. 3. 8.3ms Single Half Sine-wave or Equivalent Square Wave, Duty Cycle=4 Pulses Per Minutes Maximum.PEAK PULSE POWER (Ppp) or CURRENT (IPPM) DERATING IN PERCENTAGE, %
PM(AV), STEADY STATE POWER DISSIPATION, WATTS
PULSE WIDTH (td) is DEFINED as the POINT WHERE the PEAK CURRENT DECAYS 50% of lPPM
HALF VALUE- lPPM 2 10/1000 sec. WAVEFORM as DEFINED by R.E.A.
lFSM, PEAK FORWARD SURGE CURRENT, AMPERES
FIG.5- MAXIMUM NON-REPETITIVE FORWARD SURGE CURRENT UNIDIRECTIONAL ONLY
8.3ms Single Half Sine Wave JEDEC Method
Maximum Peak Pulse Current IRSM (Note 2)(Amps)
Notes: 1. VBR measured after IT applied for 300us, IT=square wave pulse or equivalent. 2. Surge current waverform per Figure 3 and derate per Figure 2. 3. For bipolar types having VWM of 10 volts and under, the ID limit is doubled. 4. All terms and symbols are consistent with ANSI/IEEE C62.35.
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|P6KE120CA Pakage = DO-15 ;; Devices Marking Code= ;; Nominal Voltage(V) = 10|