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General Information
The Teccor SIDACtor is a solid state transient voltage protector designed for use in telephony, data, and some
AC applications.
The SIDACtor is a bidirectional device that is normally connected to the high side of a circuit and a common. The
SIDACtor remains in a high off-state impedance (leakage current <5µA) until it senses a voltage exceeding its
voltage breakover (VBO). Upon sensing an overvoltage, the SIDACtor will clamp the voltage and transition through
a positive or negative zener region until enough current is present to allow the device to crowbar into a low
impedance state. The typical voltage drop across the device during full conduction is typically less than 5 volts.
The SIDACtor will return to its high impedance state when the current is interrupted or falls below the minimum
holding current of the device.
www.DataSheet4U.comSIDACtor performance does not degrade with time, bias, number of operations or surges within the devices Peak
Pulse Current rating. It should be noted that the SIDACtor will fail short if the device is subjected to a surge that
exceeds its rated Peak Pulse Current (IPP) or Peak One Cycle Surge Current (ITSM).
SIDACtors are available in breakdown voltages ranging from 30 to 540 volts and Peak Pulse Current ratings up
to 500 amps (2x10µS). Tape-and-reel packaging is available for the TO-92 and TO-220 packages along with
embossed carrier reel packing for the DO-214AA.
Please consult the factory for more information.
Features
• Bidirectional Transient Voltage Protection
• Breakover Voltages from 27 - 540 Volts
• Patented Multi chip packages
• Robust Surge Current Capabilities
• ION Implant Technology
• Clamping speeds of nanoseconds
• Electrically Isolated Package
• Glass-passivated Junctions
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Electrical Parameter Terminology
VBO – Breakover Voltage
VBO (MIN) — Minimum voltage point at which the SIDACtor may begin to conduct
VBO (MAX) — Maximum voltage required to begin conduction
IBO – Breakover Current
Current through the SIDACtor at the breakover point (VBO)
IPP – Peak Pulse Current
Maximum rated impulse current
ITSM – Peak One Cycle Surge Current
www.DataSheet4U.coSmIDACtor’s maximum one cycle AC surge current rating
IT – On-state Current
Continuous on-state current rating of the SIDACtor
VT – On-state Voltage
Voltage drop across the device at rated on-state current
IH – Holding Current
Minimum current required to maintain the SIDACtor in the on state
CO – Off-state Capacitance
SIDACtors typical off-state capacitance
di/dt – Critical Rate-of-rise On-state Current
Maximum rated rate-of-rise current
VF – Forward Voltage
Maximum forward voltage across the P0641SA SIDACtor while in the on state
(See Figure 3C on page 13.)
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Ordering Information
Part Number Definition
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Device Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Packing
Quantity
Added
Suffix
Optional
Industry
Standard
TO-92
Bulk Pack
2000
Standard
None
Tape and Reel Pack
2000
RP
Option
EIA RS-468-A
Tape and Ammo Pack
2000
AP
Option
EIA RS-468-A
TO-220
Bulk Pack
500
Standard
None
Clear Plastic Magazine or Tube Pack 50
TP
Option
None
Tape and Reel Pack
700
RP
Option
EIA RS-468-A
Tape and Reel Pack for Type 61
700
RP
Option
EIA RS-468-A
Leadform
DO-214AA Embossed Carrier Reel Pack
2500
RP
Standard
EIA-481-1
Bulk Pack
5000
Option
None
Detailed packaging drawings are available from the factory upon request.
*Standard lead spacing is .200" for TO-92 Reel Pack. For other spacing requirements please contact the factory.
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Testing
Quality Assurance
100% Testing is a constant monitor for Quality Assurance.
Test Description
Condition
1. Surge (IPP)
@ Rated Current
2. Breakover Voltage (VBO)
www.DataSheet4U.com3. Holding Current (IH)
4. Peak On-State Voltage (VTM)
5. Leakage Current (IDRM)
VBO and absolute peak in forward
and reverse directions
Measured for a minimum value as
rated
Measured with 1 Amp RMS or
DC current
Breakover leakage and off-state
leakage
Comments
Repeated 2 times in the normal se-
quence of testing, except for TO-220
which is repeated 4 times.
All devices fully characterized on
voltage to ensure proper operation
and reliability
This ensures proper delatch (turn-
off) after surge current condition.
These tests ensure long term
reliability.
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Electrical Specifications
Package
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VBO
IBO
IPP
ITSM
Part
Number
P0300EA70
P0640EA70
P0720EA70
P0800EA70
P1100EA70
P1300EA70
P1500EA70
P2300EA70 (12)
P2600EA70 (12)
P3100EA70 (12)
P3500EA70 (12)
P2300BA70 (12)
P2600BA70 (12)
P3100BA70 (12)
P3500BA70 (12)
P1500EC70 (12)
Breakover
Voltage
(Instantaneous
Clamping
Voltage)
(1)(3)(13)
Volts
PINS 1
to 3
MIN MAX
27 36
58 70
65 80
75 95
90 125
120 145
140 170
190 265
220 300
275 350
300 400
190 265
220 300
275 350
300 400
140 170
Break-
over
Current
µAmps
MAX
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
2x10
µs
MAX
500
Peak Pulse Current
TJ 150°C
(5) (10)
Peak One Cycle
(Sinusoidal)
Surge Current
(14)
Amps
10x160 10x560
µs µs
MAX
MAX
100 50
150 75
150 75
150 75
100 50
100 50
100 50
100 50
100 50
100 50
100 50
150 100
150 100
150 100
150 100
200 100
10x1000µs
MAX
50
75
75
75
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
100
100
100
100
100
Amps
60Hz
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
60
60
60
60
60
50Hz
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
50
50
50
General Notes
• All measurements are made at 60Hz with a resistive load at an
ambient temperature of +25°C unless otherwise specified.
• Storage temperature range (TS) is -65oC to a +150oC.
• The case temperature (TC) is measured as shown on the
dimensional outline drawings. See “Package Dimensions”
section.
• Junction temperature range (TJ) is -40°C to +150°C on all
devices except for P0300EA70, P0300SA and P0602AA where
TJ is -40°C to +125°C.
• The maximum Lead solder temperature (for any soldering
process) is +230°C for 10 seconds maximum: _> 1/16"
(1.59mm) from case.
• All SIDACtors are Bidirectional and all Electrical Parameters
apply to both the forward and reverse polarities.
• All SIDACtors are recognized under UL 497B “Protectors for
Data Communications and Fire Alarm Circuits”, UL File
#E133083.
• All SIDACtor Leads are Tin/Lead plated with no less than 5%
lead content.
• All SIDACtors meet the surge requirements of the following
standards:
CCITT K17 - K20
VDE 0433
CNET
10/700 µs
5/310 µs
10/700 µs
5/200 µs
0.5/700 µs
0.2/310 µs
1.5 kV
38 A
2 kV
50 A
1.5 kV
38 A
Electrical Isolation
Teccor's electrically isolated TO-92 and modified TO-220 SIDAC-
tor will withstand a high potential test of 1600 VAC RMS from leads
to case over the operating temperature range.
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