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SMD Transient Voltage Suppressor
5.0SMCJ SERIES
5000W Surface Mount Transient Volatge
Suppressors - 11.0V-170V
Features
3000W peak pulse power capability with a 10/1000 us
waveform, repetition rate(duty cycle): 0.01%.
Excellent clamping capability.
Low incremental surge resistance.
Fast response time from 0V to VBR, typically less than
1 ps for uni-directional & 5 ns for bi-directional types.
Glass passivated chip junction.
Lead-free parts meet RoHS requirments.
Suffix "-H" indicates Halogen-free parts, ex. 5.0SMCJ11(C)AG-H.
Mechanical data
Epoxy:UL94-V0 rated flame retardant
Case : Molded plastic, DO-214AB/SMC-F
Terminals : Solder plated, solderable per
MIL-STD-750, Method 2026
Polarity : Indicated by cathode band
Mounting Position : Any
Weight :Approximated 0.21 gram
Package outline
SMC-F
.126(3.20)
.114(2.90)
.103(2.62)
.079(2.06)
.060(1.52)
.030(0.78)
.280(7.11)
.260(6.60)
.245(6.22)
.220(5.59)
.012(.305)
.006(.152)
.008(.203)
.002(.051)
.320(8.13)
.305(7.75)
Dimensions in inches and (millimeters)
Maximum ratings (AT TA=25oC unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
Peak Power Dissipation
with a 10/1000 uS waveform,
Note 1, 2 & Fig. 1
Symbol
PPPM
Peak Pulse current
Steady State Power Dissipation
Peak Forward Surge Current
with a 10/1000 ìS waveform
at TL=75OC, Note 2
8.3mS Single Half Sine-Wave,
Note 3
IPPM
PM(AV)
IFSM
Maximum Instantaneours Forward Voltage
at 100A
For Uni-Directional Types Only
VF
Operating Temperature
TJ
Storage temperature
TSTG
Note 1. Non-repetitive current pulse, per Fig. 3 and derated above TA=25OC per Fig. 2
2. Mounted on copper pad area of 0.2"x0.2" (5.0x5.0 mm) per Fig 5
3. Measured on 8.3 mS single half sine-wave or equivalent square wave, duty cycle=4 pulses per minute maximum
SMCJ Series
5000
See Table 1
6.5
400
3.5/5.0
-55 ~ +150
-65 ~ +175
UNIT
W
A
W
A
V
OC
OC
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5.0SMCJ SERIES
Electrical characteristics (at T =25oCAunless otherwise noted)
Part No.
Reverse
Stand-off
Voltage
VRWM
Breakdown Voltage
VBR Min
VBR Max
Test
Current
IT
Peak
Forward
Surge Current
IFSM
Maximum Clamping
Voltage @IPP
VC IPP
Maximum
Leakage
Current
IR@VRWM
Volts
Volts
Volts
mA
A
Volts
A
µA
5.0SMCJ11(C)AG
11
12.2
13.5
10 400
18.2
275.0
800
5.0SMCJ12(C)AG
12
13.3
14.7
10 400
19.9
252.0
800
5.0SMCJ13(C)AG
13
14.4
15.9
10 400
21.5
233.0
500
5.0SMCJ14(C)AG
14
15.6
17.2
10 400
23.2
216.0
200
5.0SMCJ15(C)AG
15
16.7
18.5
1.0 400
24.4
205.0
100
5.0SMCJ16(C)AG
16
17.8
19.7
1.0 400
26.0
193.0
50
5.0SMCJ17(C)AG
17
18.9
20.9
1.0 400
27.6
181.0
20
5.0SMCJ18(C)AG
18
20.0
22.1
1.0 400
29.2
172.0
10
5.0SMCJ20(C)AG
20
22.2
24.5
1.0 400
32.4
155.0
5
5.0SMCJ22(C)AG
22
24.4
26.9
1.0 400
35.5
141.0
5
5.0SMCJ24(C)AG
24
26.7
29.5
1.0 400
38.9
129.0
5
5.0SMCJ26(C)AG
26
28.9
31.9
1.0 400
42.1
119.0
5
5.0SMCJ28(C)AG
28
31.1
34.4
1.0 400
45.4
110.0
5
5.0SMCJ30(C)AG
30
33.3
36.8
1.0 400
48.4
103.0
5
5.0SMCJ33(C)AG
33
36.7
40.6
1.0 400
53.3
93.9
5
5.0SMCJ36(C)AG
36
40.0
44.2
1.0 400
58.1
86.1
5
5.0SMCJ40(C)AG
40
44.4
49.1
1.0 400
64.5
77.6
5
5.0SMCJ43(C)AG
43
47.8
52.8
1.0 400
69.4
72.1
5
5.0SMCJ45(C)AG
45
50.0
55.3
1.0 400
72.7
68.8
5
5.0SMCJ48(C)AG
48
53.3
58.9
1.0 400
77.4
64.7
5
5.0SMCJ51(C)AG
51
56.7
62.7
1.0 400
82.4
60.7
5
5.0SMCJ54(C)AG
54
60.0
66.3
1.0 400
87.1
57.5
5
5.0SMCJ58(C)AG
58
64.4
71.2
1.0 400
93.6
53.5
5
5.0SMCJ60(C)AG
60
66.7
73.7
1.0 400
96.8
51.7
5
5.0SMCJ64(C)AG
64
71.1
78.6
1.0 400
103.0
48.6
5
5.0SMCJ70(C)AG
70
77.8
86.6
1.0 400
113.0
44.3
5
5.0SMCJ75(C)AG
75
83.3
92.1
1.0 400
121.0
41.4
5
5.0SMCJ78(C)AG
5.0SMCJ85(C)AG
78
85
86.7
94.4
95.8
104
1.0 400
1.0 400
126.0
137.0
39.7
36.5
5
5
5.0SMCJ90(C)AG
90
100
111
1.0 400
146.0
34.3
5
5.0SMCJ100(C)AG
100
111
123
1.0 400
162.0
30.9
5
5.0SMCJ110(C)AG
110
122
135
1.0 400
177.0
28.3
5
5.0SMCJ120(C)AG
120
133
147
1.0 400
193.0
26.0
5
5.0SMCJ130(C)AG
130
144
159
1.0 400
209.0
24.0
5
5.0SMCJ150(C)AG
150
167
185
1.0 400
243.0
20.6
5
5.0SMCJ160(C)AG
160
178
197
1.0 400
259.0
19.3
5
5.0SMCJ170(C)AG
170
189
209
1.0 400
275.0
18.2
5
Note 1. VBR measured after IT applied for 300uS, IT=square wave pulse or equivalent
2. Surge currentwaveform per Fig.3 and deratedper Fig. 2
3. For bi-directional types having VWM of 10 volts and less, the ID limit is doubled
4. Suffix ‘C’ denotes bi-directional devices. Suffix ‘A’ denotes 5% tolerance devices, no suffix denotes 10% tolerance devices.
5. All terms and symbols are consistent with ANS/IEEE C62.35
6. Transient Voltage Suppressors (TVS) are devices used to protect vulnerable circuits from electrical overstress such as that caused by electrostatic discharge, inductive load
switching and induced lightning. Within the TVS, damaging voltagespikes are limited by clamping or avalanche action of a rugged silicon pn junction which reduces the
amplitude of the transient to a nondestructive level. See Fig. 7 & Fig. 8
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5.0SMCJ SERIES
Rating and characteristic curves
Fig.1 - Pealk Pulse Power Rating Curve
100
10
1.0
0.1
0.1ì
1.0ì 10ì 100ì
Pulse Width, td ( Sec)
1.0m
10m
Fig.2 - Pulse Derating Curve
100
75
50
25
0
0 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
Ambient Temperature, TA (°C)
Fig.3 - Pulse Waveform
150
pulse width (td) is defined
tr=10ìS as the point where the peak
current decays to 50%
100
peak value IPPM
half value IP /PM 2
10/1000 ìS waveform
50
td
0 0 1.0
2.0
time, t (mS)
3.0
4.0
Fig.4 - Typical Junction Capacitance
10,000
uni-directional
bi-directional
1,000
VR=0
VR=rated
stand-off
voltage
100
TJ=25°C
f=1.0MHz
Vsig=50mVp-p
10
1.0 10
100
Breakdown Voltage, VBR (Volts)
500
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5.0SMCJ SERIES
Rating and characteristic curves
Fig.5 - Steady State Power Derating Curve
8.0
60Hz resistive
or inductive load
6.0
4.0
lead length
0.375" (9.5mm)
0.31" x 0.31" x 0.04"
2.0 (8x8x1mm)
copper heat sinks
0
0 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
Lead Temperature, TL (°C)
Fig.6 - Maximum Non-Repetitive
Forward Surge Current
400
300
200
100 1
10
Number of Cycles at 60Hz
100
Fig. 7 - Transients of several thousand volts can be
clamped to a safe level by the TVS
Transient Peak
+30V
+20V
+12V
IC Failure Threshold
TVS Clamping
Voltage (VC)
Normal Operating
Voltage
Fig. 8 - Transient current is divered to ground thru
TVS; the voltage seen by the protected load
is limited to the clamping voltage level
Transient
Voltage
+
Clamping
Transient
Transient
Current
TVS
Protected
Load
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