SR840-CS-R01 SCHOTTKY BARRIER RECTIFIER VOLTAGE 40 Volts CURRENT 8.0 Amperes FEATURES * Low switching noise * Low forward voltage drop * Low thermal resistance * High current capability * High surge capabitity * High reliability * Ideal for Solar applications such as By-Pass and Blocking diodes DO-201AD MECHANICAL DATA * * * * * Case: DO-201AD axial-leaded, molded plastic Epoxy: Device has UL flammability classification 94V-O Lead: MIL-STD-202E method 208C guaranteed Mounting position: Any Weight: 1.135 grams 1.0 (25.4) MIN. .052 (1.3) DIA. .048 (1.2) .375 (9.5) .335 (8.5) .220 (5.6) .197 (5.0) DIA. 1.0 (25.4) MIN. MAXIMUM RATINGS AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Ratings at 25 o C ambient temperature unless otherwise specified. Dimensions in inches and (millimeters) MAXIMUM RATINGS (@ TA=25 OC unless otherwise noted) SYMBOL SR840-C-S-R01 UNITS Maximum Recurrent Peak Reverse Voltage VRRM 40 Volts Maximum RMS Voltage VRMS 28 Volts VDC 40 Volts IO 8.0 Amps I FSM 150 Amps RqJC 2.5 0 RqJA 60 RATINGS Maximum DC Blocking Voltage Maximum Average Forward Rectified Current at Derating Lead Temperature Peak Forward Surge Current 8.3 ms single half sine-wave superimposed on rated load (JEDEC method) Typical Thermal Resistance (Note 1) C/W Typical Junction Capacitance (Note 3) CJ 700 pF Operating Temperature Range TJ 150 0 C T STG -55 to + 150 0 C Storage Temperature Range ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (@TA=25 OC unless otherwise noted) CHARACTERISTICS Maximum Instantaneous Forward Voltage at 8.0A DC Maximum Average Reverse Current @T A = 25 o C at Rated DC Blocking Voltage @T A = 100 o C SYMBOL SR840-C-S-R01 UNITS VF .66 Volts 0.2 mA IR NOTES : 1. Thermal Resistance : Heat-sink mounted. 2. Suffix “R” for Reverse Polarity. 3. Measured at 1 MHz and applied reverse voltage of 4.0 volts. 4. "Fully ROHS compliant", "100% Sn plating (Pb-free)". 2 mA 2008-11 REV: O 10 8 6 4 2 0 Single Phase Half Wave 60Hz Inductive or Resistive Load 0 50 100 150 INSTANTANEOUS REVERSE CURRENT, (mA) AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT, (A) RATING AND CHARACTERISTICS CURVES ( SR840-C-S-R01 ) 10 TA = 125 OC 1.0 0.1 0.01 0.001 0 20 O CJ, JUNCTION CAPACITANCE, (pF) 1.0 TJ = 25 OC Pulse width=300mS 1% Duty Cycle 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 60 0.8 100 120 140 0.9 1.0 2000 1000 800 600 400 200 100 0.1 0.4 INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD VOLTAGE, (V) 1.0 4 10 40 REVERSE VOLTAGE, (V) FIG.3 TYPICAL INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 155 FIG.4 TYPICAL JUNCTION CAPACITANCE 8.3mS Single Half Sine-Wave JEDEC Method 150 145 140 135 130 125 1 80 FIG.2 TYPICAL REVERSE CHARACTERISTICS 4000 10 0.1 40 PERCENT OF RATED PEAK REVERSE VOLTAGE, (%) FIG.1 TYPICAL FORWARD CURRENT DERATING CURVE PEAK FORWARD SURGE CURRENT, (A) INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD CURRENT, (A) LEAD TEMPERATURE, ( C) 50 TA = 75 OC TA = 25 OC 2 5 10 20 50 100 NUMBER OF CYCLES AT 60Hz FIG.5 MAXIMUM NON-REPETITIVE FORWARD SURGE CURRENT 80100 DISCLAIMER NOTICE Rectron Inc reserves the right to make changes without notice to any product specification herein, to make corrections, modifications, enhancements or other changes. Rectron Inc or anyone on its behalf assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies. Data sheet specifications and its information contained are intended to provide a product description only. "Typical" parameters which may be included on RECTRON data sheets and/ or specifications can and do vary in different applications and actual performance may vary over time. Rectron Inc does not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product or circuit. Rectron products are not designed, intended or authorized for use in medical, life-saving implant or other applications intended for life-sustaining or other related applications where a failure or malfunction of component or circuitry may directly or indirectly cause injury or threaten a life without expressed written approval of Rectron Inc. Customers using or selling Rectron components for use in such applications do so at their own risk and shall agree to fully indemnify Rectron Inc and its subsidiaries harmless against all claims, damages and expenditures.