1N7068 - Solid State Devices, Inc.

1N7068: MIL-PRF-19500/768
pass up today’s limitations
with improved technology
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1N7068 | MIL-PRF-19500/768
▪▪ DLA Approves MIL-PRF-19500/768.............................................................. 4
▪▪ 1N7068 vs. 1N5811...................................................................................... 5
▪▪ 1N7068 vs. 1N5811 / Case Outlines............................................................. 6
▪▪ 1N7068 Applications.................................................................................... 7
▪▪ Sales Representatives.................................................................. back cover
*TX, TXV, and S-level screening available for all devices. Screening based on MIL-PRF-19500. Screening flows available on request.
1N7066 - 1N7068 SERIES
Features
▪▪ 10 Amps
▪▪ 100 - 200 Volts
▪▪ Hyper Fast Reverse Recovery: 30 nS max
▪▪ High Surge Current: 350 A max
▪▪ Hermetically Sealed
▪▪ Void Free Ceramic Frit Glass Construction
▪▪ High Temperature Category I Eutectic Metallurgical Bond
▪▪ Low Forward Voltage Drop: 0.95 V @ 10 A
▪▪ Low Thermal Resistance
▪▪ Solid Silver Leads
▪▪ Axial Lead Higher Current Replacement for:
1N5807, 1N5809, 1N5811 (similar physical size)
▪▪ Possible SMS Replacements for Stud Mount:
1N5812, 1N5814, 1N5816
▪▪ TX, TXV, and S Level Screening Available
The information in this book has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for errors or omissions.
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Warnings
Due to technical requirements, components may contain dangerous substances. For
information on the types in question, please contact SSDI.
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express written approval of SSDI. Failure of such components can be reasonably
expected to cause the failure of that life-support device or system, or to affect the
safety or effectiveness of that device or system. Life support devices or systems are
intentionally implanted in a human body, or used to support and/or maintain and/or
protect human life. If they fail, it is reasonable to assume that the health of the user or
other persons may be endangered.
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DLA APPROVES MIL-PRF-19500/768
On July 10, 2012, DLA Land and Maritime
approved the MIL-PRF-19500/768 performance specification sheet for SSDI’s 1N7066
- 1N7068 series. This document is available
on the DLA Land and Maritime website at:
http://www.landandmaritime.dla.mil/Downloads/MilSpec/Docs/MIL-PRF-19500/
prf19500ss768.pdf
The 1N7068 series of silicon rectifiers features 10 amps of average rectified forward
current, a voltage range of 100 - 200 volts,
and a hyper fast reverse recovery of 30 nsec
max. This series benefits from SSDI’s propri™,
etary lifetime control process,
which results in enhanced reverse recovery
and leakage current ratings. These devices
also offer a low forward voltage drop of .95
volts at 10 amps and a high surge current of
350 amps.
Axial
Leaded
ward current (1N7068: 10A vs. 1N5811: 6A),
higher peak surge current (1N7068: 350A
vs. 1N5811: 125A), lower instantaneous forward voltage drop (1N7068: 0.900V @ 6A
vs. 1N5811: 0.925V @ 6A), and lower thermal resistance (1N7068: 8°C/W (L=.125"),
1N7068US: 4.5°C/W vs. 1N5811: 22°C/W
(L=.375"), 1N5811US: 6.5°C/W). For a more
detailed comparison, see pages 5 - 6.
Today’s system designers continually face
the challenge of upgrading or creating new
systems that are smaller, lighter and higher
power at a lower cost. SSDI developed the
1N7066 - 1N7068 family of devices as a high
current replacement for the 1N5811 device.
The 1N7068US device is a drop in replacement for the 1N5811US device and will
not require redesign or board modification in
most cases.
The 1N7068 series is manufactured with a
void free ceramic frit glass construction technique, which results in an unsurpassed ability
to withstand severe thermal shock. These devices have been subjected to thermal shock
from -210°C to +175°C over 50 cycles without impact to performance.
The key advantages of the 1N7068 over the
1N5811 include higher average rectified for-
Surface Mount
Square Tab (US)
Glass to metal sealed packages such as the
TO-257, TO-254, and DO-4 are also candidates for replacement by the 1N7068 series.
Glass to metal sealed packages are well documented for hermeticity and PIND issues after
thermal shock. These issues are eliminated
with the void free ceramic frit glass construction of the 1N7068. Through hole mounting
and hand wiring are also eliminated when
TO-257, TO-254, and DO-4 packages are replaced with the 1N7068US surface mount devices that can utilize solder reflow assembly
with ceramic DBC for heat management.
For more information or to request samples,
contact SSDI at (562) 404-4474 or visit
www.ssdi-power.com.
Unless otherwise specified, TA = +25°C
Maximum Ratings / Electrical Characteristics
Symbol
Value
Unit
VRRM
VRWM
VR
100
150
200
V
IO
10
A
Peak Surge Current (IFSM)
@ +25°C, operating at IO , tP = 8.3 ms
IFSM
350
A (pk)
Reverse Recovery Time
tRR
30
nS
RӨJL
RӨJEC
8
4.5
°C/W
1N7066
1N7067
1N7068
Peak Repetitive Reverse Voltage and
DC Blocking Voltage
Average Rectified Forward Current (IO)
TL < +55°C, L = .125 in. (9.52 mm) or TEC < +100°C 1/2/
Thermal Resistance
Junction to Lead for Axial, L=.125”
Junction to End Case for Surface Mount
Breakdown Voltage
IR = 100µA
1N7066
1N7067
1N7068
BVR
110
165
220
V
Instantaneous Forward Voltage Drop
IFM = 6A, pulsed (section 4 of MIL-STD-750)
IFM = 10A, pulsed (section 4 of MIL-STD-750)
VF
0.900
0.950
V
Reverse Leakage Current
VR = VRWM, TA = +25°C, pulsed VR < 20 ms
VR = VRWM, TA = +125°C, pulsed VR < 20 ms
IR1
IR2
1.0
100
µA
µA
1/ Axial lead, derate at 83.3 mA/°C above rated TL
2/ Surface mount, derate at 133.3 mA/°C above rated TEC
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1N7068 VS. 1N5811
A comparative study of the 1N7068 series
and the industry standard, 1N5811, revealed
that the 1N7068 offers significant electrical
improvements up to 180% in comparison to
the 1N5811.
1N5811
1N7068
SSDI’s 1N7068US
device is a drop
in replacement for
the 1N5811US
ABSOLUTE MAXIMIUM RATINGS
Parameter
1N5811
1N7068
Improvement
Average Rectified Forward Current (IO)
6.0 A
10.0 A
67%
Peak Surge Current (IFSM)
125 A
350 A
180%
Peak Repetitive Reverse Voltage and
DC Blocking Voltage (VRRM, VRWM, VR)
150 V
200 V
33%
525 µA
100 µA
80%
RӨJL
22°C/W
8°C/W
64%
RӨJEC
6.5°C/W
4.5°C/W
31%
Reverse Leakage Current @ 125°C (IR)
Thermal Resistance
REVERSE LEAKAGE
The 1N7068 device’s high temperature leakage display 98% less
leakage current on average than the 1N5811.
FORWARD VOLTAGE DROP
The 1N7068 device’s forward voltage drop is 20 - 40 mV less on
average than the 1N5811 when operated at the same current.
TypicalHigh
High Temperature
Temperature IRI
Typical
R
10000
0.9
+150°C
+125°C
+100°C
10
1
0
50
100
VR (V)
150
0.4
200
The 1N7068 device displays faster recovery time on average than
the 1N5811 at junction temperatures below 120˚C.
1N7068
1N5811
50
75
100
Temp (°C)
125
Dashed Line = 1N5811
Solid Line = 1N7068
150
0
5
10
IF (A)
15
20
CAPACITANCE
The 1N7068 device is designed with a larger junction than the
1N5811 resulting in higher capacitance. Although the 1N7068 device
is rated higher in capacitance than the 1N5811, it typically meets the
1N5811 capacitance specification at normal operating voltages.
CJ (pF)
Typical
TypicalRecovery
RecoveryTime
Time
25
0.7
0.5
REVERSE RECOVERY TIME
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0.8
0.6
Dashed Line = 1N5811
Solid Line = 1N7068
0.1
VF (V)
IR (µA)
100
tRR @ 1-1-.1A (nS)
-55°C
+25°C
+100°C
+150°C
1.0
1000
0.01
TypicalVFVF
Typical
1.1
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
Typical
TypicalCapacitance
Capacitance
1N7068
1N5811
0
5
10
VR (V)
15
20
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1N7068 VS. 1N5811 / CASE OUTLINES
OPERATION
The adjacent chart displays the improved thermal management of
the 1N7068 compared to the 1N5811 at typical operating conditions. On average, the 1N7068 operates 20˚C cooler resulting in
improved efficiency and system reliability.
175
150
TJ (°C)
Compared to the 1N5811, the typical performance of the 1N7068
provides:
▪▪ reduced power consumption of 3% to 8% on average per device,
depending upon application
▪▪ lower junction temperatures of 6% to 30% on average depending
upon application
SurfaceMount
Mount atat6A,
150V,
20Khz
Surface
6A,
150V,
20Khz
200
125
100
75
1N7068
1N5811
50
25
0
25
50
75
TEC (°C)
100
125
150
CASE OUTLINES
1N5811
ØC
1N7066 - 1N7068 Series
ØA
D
D
B
ØC
D
D
B
Axial
Axial
DIM
MIN
MAX
DIM
MIN
MAX
A
.115”
.142”
A
.135”
.165”
B
.130”
.300”
B
.135”
.155”
C
.036”
.042”
C
.036”
.042”
D
.900”
1.30”
D
.900”
1.30”
B
C
A
A
D
C
A
A
D
B
Surface Mount
Surface Mount
DIM
MIN
MAX
DIM
MIN
MAX
A
.137”
.148”
A
.172”
.180”
B
.200”
.225”
B
.180”
.220”
C
.019”
.028”
C
.020”
.028”
D
.003”
--
D
.002”
--
1N7068 (Axial): 0.7 gm (typ)
1N5811 (Axial): 0.75 gm (typ)
1N5811 (Surface Mount): 0.54 gm (typ)
1N7068 (Surface Mount): 0.5 gm (typ)
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ØA
1N7068 APPLICATIONS
1N7068 SERIES: POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS FOR SIMILAR PARTS
TO-257AA
DO-4
TO-254AA
/478: 1N5816
6.0 gr (typ)
/644: 1N6771, R
3.2 gr (typ)
/594: 1N6666, R
/616: 1N6659, R
/642: 1N6765, R
6.3 gr (typ)
TO-257AA
(2 pins)
/646: 1N6777
3 gr (typ)
TO-59
Isolated Stud
1N6653
5.4 gr (typ)
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: 1N7068 BRIDGE ASSEMBLIES
Three Phase Bridge History
For over 25 years, SSDI has been producing bridge assemblies with its high current diodes. The SDA113 series was
the first bridge assembly developed by SSDI and originally
featured 7.5 amps of output current and 1000 volts. Fifteen
years ago, SSDI delivered higher power densities with the
the SDA195 by changing the internal diodes to the SPD610
- SPD630 series. This bridge had an increased current to 30
amps with 100, 200, and 300 volt versions available.
Internal Diode
The internal diode selection is paramount to the end item
module performance. Typically throughout the industry, the
1N5811 and SSDI’s SPD620 (6A, 200V, 40nS) diodes have
been commonly selected as the building blocks in the construction of these bridge assemblies. Since the diode performance is the limiting factor to increasing the current rating
of the bridge assemblies, higher power levels are achieved
through the improvement of the internal diodes.
Module Construction
SSDI is currently developing bridge
assemblies using the 1N7068 diode.
The 1N7068 diode has a higher IO
SDA195
and IFSM rating, which achieves lower
thermal resistance compared to the 1N5811. Initial research
and development indicates that SSDI’s SDA195 module
would exhibit improved forward current, thermal resistance,
forward voltage drop, and reverse leakage current with the
replacement of the internal diodes with the same number of
1N7068 diodes.
Bridge assemblies using the 1N7068 diodes can possibly improve the performance of current bridge assemblies on the
market such as the three examples shown below. For more
information about the current modules in development or to
investigate how the high current 1N7068 diodes can improve
your bridge assemblies, contact the factory at (562) 404-4474.
1N7068 Bridge Assemblies:
Possible Solutions for Similar Bridge Assemblies
/483: M19500/483-01 to -04
/469: M19500/469-01 to -05
/446: SPA25, SPB25, SPC25, SPD25
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