3.0SMCJ Series

SMD Transient Voltage Suppressor
Formosa MS
3.0SMCJ Series
List
List................................................................................................. 1
Package outline............................................................................... 2
Features.......................................................................................... 2
Mechanical data............................................................................... 2
Maximum ratings ............................................................................. 2
Electrical characteristics................................................................... 3~4
Rating and characteristic curves........................................................ 4~5
Pinning information........................................................................... 6
Suggested solder pad layout............................................................. 6
Packing information.......................................................................... 7
Reel packing.................................................................................... 8
Suggested thermal profiles for soldering processes............................. 8
High reliability test capabilities........................................................... 9
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SMD Transient Voltage Suppressor
Formosa MS
3.0SMCJ Series
3000W Surface Mount Transient Voltage
Suppressors - 5.0V-220V
Package outline
Features
SMC-F
• 30 00W 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. 3.0SMCJ5.0Α-H.
.245(6.22)
.220(5.59)
.126(3.20)
.114(2.90)
.280(7.11)
.260(6.60)
.012(.305)
.006(.152)
.111(2.82)
.079(2.06)
Mechanical data
.008(.203)
.002(.051)
.060(1.52)
.030(0.78)
• Epoxy:UL94-V0 rated flame retardant
• Case : Molded plastic, DO-214AB / SMC-F
• Terminals : Solder plated, solderable per
.320(8.13)
.305(7.75)
MIL-STD-750, Method 2026
Dimensions in inches and (millimeters)
• Polarity : Indicated by cathode band
• Mounting Position : Any
• Weight : Approximated 0.23 gram
Maximum ratings (AT
o
T A=25 C unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
Peak Power Dissipation
with a 10/1000 us waveform,
Note 1, 2 & Fig. 1
Peak Pulse current
with a 10/1000 us waveform
O
Symbol
P PPM
I PPM
Value
UNIT
3000
W
See Table 1
A
Steady State Power Dissipation
at T L=75 C , Note 2
P M(AV)
6.5
W
Peak Forward Surge Current
8.3ms Single Half Sine-Wave,
Note 3
I FSM
300
A
at 100A
For Uni-Directional Types Only,Note 4
VF
3.5/5.0
Maximum Instantaneours Forward Voltage
Operating Junction Temperature range
TJ
Storage Temperature range
T STG
V
-55 to +150
O
C
-55 to +150
O
C
O
Note 1. Non-repetitive current pulse, per Fig. 3 and derated above T A=25 C per Fig. 2
2. Mounted on copper pad area of 0.31"x0.31" (8.0x8.0 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
4. V F<3.5V for devices of V BR<200V and V F<5.0V for devices of V BR>201V.
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SMD Transient Voltage Suppressor
Formosa MS
3.0SMCJ Series
Electrical characteristics (at T =25 C unless otherwise noted)
o
A
Reverse
Stand-off
Voltage
Breakdown Voltage @I T
Part No.
(Uni)
Part No.
(Bi)
Volts
3.0SMCJ5.0A
3.0SMCJ5.0CA
5.0
6.40
3.0SMCJ6.0A
3.0SMCJ6.0CA
6.0
6.67
3.0SMCJ6.5A
3.0SMCJ6.5CA
6.5
7.22
V RWM
Volts
V BR Min
V BR Max
Test
Current
Maximum Clamping
Voltage @I PP
I PP
Maximum
Reverse
Leakage
Current
Marking Code
I [email protected] RWM
IT
VC
Volts
mA
Volts
A
μA
UNI
BI
7.00
10
9.2
326.1
800
RDE
DDE
7.37
10
10.3
291.3
800
RDG
DDG
7.98
10
11.2
267.9
500
RDK
DDK
3.0SMCJ7.0A
3.0SMCJ7.0CA
7.0
7.78
8.60
10
12.0
250.0
200
PDM
DDM
3.0SMCJ7.5A
3.0SMCJ7.5CA
7.5
8.33
9.21
1.0
12.9
232.6
100
PDP
DDP
3.0SMCJ8.0A
3.0SMCJ8.0CA
8.0
8.89
9.83
1.0
13.6
220.6
50
PDR
DDR
3.0SMCJ8.5A
3.0SMCJ8.5CA
8.5
9.44
10.4
1.0
14.4
208.3
10
PDT
DDT
3.0SMCJ9.0A
3.0SMCJ9.0CA
9.0
10.0
11.1
1.0
15.4
194.8
5
PDV
DDV
3.0SMCJ10A
3.0SMCJ10CA
10
11.1
12.3
1.0
17.0
176.5
5
PDX
DDX
3.0SMCJ11A
3.0SMCJ11CA
11
12.2
13.5
1.0
18.2
164.8
5
PDZ
DDZ
3.0SMCJ12A
3.0SMCJ12CA
12
13.3
14.7
1.0
19.9
150.8
5
PEE
DEE
3.0SMCJ13A
3.0SMCJ13CA
13
14.4
15.9
1.0
21.5
139.5
5
PEG
DEG
3.0SMCJ14A
3.0SMCJ14CA
14
15.6
17.2
1.0
23.2
129.3
5
PEK
DEK
3.0SMCJ15A
3.0SMCJ15CA
15
16.7
18.5
1.0
24.4
122.9
5
PEM
DEM
3.0SMCJ16A
3.0SMCJ16CA
16
17.8
19.7
1.0
26.0
115.4
5
PEP
DEP
3.0SMCJ17A
3.0SMCJ17CA
17
18.9
20.9
1.0
27.6
108.7
5
PER
DER
3.0SMCJ18A
3.0SMCJ18CA
18
20.0
22.1
1.0
29.2
102.7
5
PET
DET
3.0SMCJ20A
3.0SMCJ20CA
20
22.2
24.5
1.0
32.4
92.6
5
PEV
DEV
3.0SMCJ22A
3.0SMCJ22CA
22
24.4
26.9
1.0
35.5
84.5
5
PEX
DEX
3.0SMCJ24A
3.0SMCJ24CA
24
26.7
29.5
1.0
38.9
77.1
5
PEZ
DEZ
3.0SMCJ26A
3.0SMCJ26CA
26
28.9
31.9
1.0
42.1
71.2
5
PFE
DFE
DFG
3.0SMCJ28A
3.0SMCJ28CA
28
31.1
34.4
1.0
45.4
66.1
5
PFG
3.0SMCJ30A
3.0SMCJ30CA
30
33.3
36.8
1.0
48.4
62.0
5
PFK
DFK
3.0SMCJ33A
3.0SMCJ33CA
33
36.7
40.6
1.0
53.3
56.3
5
PFM
DFM
3.0SMCJ36A
3.0SMCJ36CA
36
40.0
44.2
1.0
58.1
51.6
5
PFP
DFP
3.0SMCJ40A
3.0SMCJ40CA
40
44.4
49.1
1.0
64.5
46.5
5
PFR
DFR
3.0SMCJ43A
3.0SMCJ43CA
43
47.8
52.8
1.0
69.4
43.2
5
PFT
DFT
3.0SMCJ45A
3.0SMCJ45CA
45
50.0
55.3
1.0
72.7
41.2
5
PFV
DFV
3.0SMCJ48A
3.0SMCJ48CA
48
53.3
58.9
1.0
77.4
38.7
5
PFX
DFX
3.0SMCJ51A
3.0SMCJ51CA
51
56.7
62.7
1.0
82.4
36.4
5
PFZ
DFZ
3.0SMCJ54A
3.0SMCJ54CA
54
60.0
66.3
1.0
87.1
34.4
5
RGE,PGE
DGE
93.6
32.1
5
PGG
DGG
3.0SMCJ58A
3.0SMCJ58CA
58
64.4
71.2
1.0
3.0SMCJ60A
3.0SMCJ60CA
60
66.7
73.7
1.0
96.8
31.0
5
PGK
DGK
3.0SMCJ64A
3.0SMCJ64CA
64
71.1
78.6
1.0
103.0
29.1
5
PGM
DGM
3.0SMCJ70A
3.0SMCJ70CA
70
77.8
86.0
1.0
113.0
26.5
5
PGP
DGP
3.0SMCJ75A
3.0SMCJ75CA
75
83.3
92.1
1.0
121.0
24.8
5
PGR
DGR
3.0SMCJ78A
3.0SMCJ78CA
78
86.7
95.8
1.0
126.0
23.8
5
PGT
DGT
3.0SMCJ85A
3.0SMCJ85CA
85
94.4
104
1.0
137.0
21.9
5
PGV
DGV
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SMD Transient Voltage Suppressor
Formosa MS
3.0SMCJ Series
Electrical characteristics (at T =25 C unless otherwise noted)
o
A
Reverse
Stand-off
Voltage
Part No.
(Uni)
Part No.
(Bi)
Breakdown Voltage @I T
V RWM
V BR Min
V BR Max
Volts
Volts
Test
Current
Maximum Clamping
Voltage @I PP
IT
VC
Maximum
Reverse
Leakage
Current
I PP
Marking Code
I [email protected] RWM
Volts
mA
Volts
A
μA
UNI
BI
100
111
1.0
146.0
20.5
5
PGX
DGX
123
1.0
162.0
18.5
5
PGZ
DGZ
3.0SMCJ90A
3.0SMCJ90CA
90
3.0SMCJ100A
3.0SMCJ100CA
100
111
3.0SMCJ110A
3.0SMCJ110CA
110
122
135
1.0
177.0
16.9
5
PHE
DHE
3.0SMCJ120A
3.0SMCJ120CA
120
133
147
1.0
193.0
15.5
5
PHG
DHG
3.0SMCJ130A
3.0SMCJ130CA
130
144
159
1.0
209.0
14.3
5
PHK
DHK
3.0SMCJ150A
3.0SMCJ150CA
150
167
185
1.0
243.0
12.3
5
PHM
DHM
3.0SMCJ160A
3.0SMCJ160CA
160
178
197
1.0
259.0
11.5
5
PHP
DHP
3.0SMCJ170A
3.0SMCJ170CA
170
189
209
1.0
275.0
10.9
5
PHR
DHR
3.0SMCJ180A
3.0SMCJ180CA
180
200
222
1.0
292.0
10.2
5
PHT,HHT
DHT,IHT
3.0SMCJ200A
3.0SMCJ200CA
200
224
247
1.0
324.0
9.2
5
PHW,HHX
DHW,IHX
3.0SMCJ220A
3.0SMCJ220CA
220
246
272
1.0
356.0
8.4
5
PHX,HIE
DHX,IIE
Note 1. V BR measured after I T applied for 300us, I T=square wave pulse or equivalent
2. Surge current waveform per Fig. 3 and derated per Fig. 2
3. For bi-directional types having V RWM of 10 volts and less, the I R 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 voltage spikes 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
Rating and characteristic curves (3.0SMCJ SERIES)
Fig.2 - Pulse Derating Curve
Peak Pulse Power or Current
Derating in Percentage, %
Peak Pulse Power, P PPM (KW)
Fig.1 - Pealk Pulse Power Rating Curve
100
10
1.0
non-repetitive
pulse waveform
shown in Fig. 3
T A =25°C
0.1
0.1u
1.0u
10u
100u
1.0m
10m
Pulse Width, td ( sec)
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75
50
25
0
0
25
50
75
100
125
150 175
200
Ambient Temperature, T A (°C)
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Fig.3 - Pulse Waveform
150
tr=10us
pulse width (td) is defined
as the point where the peak
current decays to 50%
peak value I PPM
100
half value I PPM /2
10/1000 us waveform
50
td
0
0
1.0
2.0
3.0
Fig.4 - Typical Junction Capacitance
Junction Capacitance, C J (pF)
Peak Pulse Current, I PPM (%)
Rating and characteristic curves (3.0SMCJ SERIES)
4.0
Bi - directional @zero bias
Uni - directional
@zero bias
Uni - directional @ V RWM
Bi - directional @ V RWM
TJ = 25ºC
f = 1 . 0MHz
Breakdown Voltage, V BR (Volts)
Fig.5 - Steady State Power Derating Curve
8.0
60Hz resistive
or inductive load
6.0
4.0
lead length
0.375 (9.5mm)
0.31x0.31x0.04
(8x8x1mm)
copper heat sinks
2.0
0
0
25
50
75
100
125
150 175
200
Lead Temperature, T L (°C)
Fig. 7 - Transients of several thousand volts can be
clamped to a safe level by the TVS
Peak Forward Surge Current, I FSM (A)
Steady State Power Dissipation (W)
time, t (ms)
300
Fig.6 - Maximum Non-Repetitive
Forward Surge Current
200
100
01
10
Number of Cycles at 60Hz
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 Peak
Transient
Voltage
Clamping
Transient
+
+30V
+20V
100
Protected
Load
IC Failure Threshold
Transient
Current
TVS Clamping
Voltage (V C )
TVS
+12V
Normal Operating
Voltage
-
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SMD Transient Voltage Suppressor
Formosa MS
3.0SMCJ Series
Pinning information
Pin
Simplified outline
Uni-Directional
Pin1 cathode
Pin2 anode
1
Symbol
2
1
2
Bi-Directional
Suggested solder pad layout
C
A
B
Dimensions in inches and (millimeters)
PACKAGE
A
B
C
SMC-F
0.132 (3.30)
0.100 (2.50)
0.176(4.40)
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SMD Transient Voltage Suppressor
Formosa MS
3.0SMCJ Series
Packing information
P0
P1
d
E
F
B
A
W
P
D2
D1
T
C
W1
D
unit:mm
Item
Symbol
Tolerance
SMC-F
Carrier width
Carrier length
Carrier depth
Sprocket hole
13" Reel outside diameter
13" Reel inner diameter
7" Reel outside diameter
7" Reel inner diameter
Feed hole diameter
Sprocket hole position
Punch hole position
Punch hole pitch
Sprocket hole pitch
Embossment center
Overall tape thickness
Tape width
Reel width
A
B
C
d
D
D1
D
D1
D2
E
F
P
P0
P1
T
W
W1
0.15
0.2
0.1
0.1
2.0
min
2.0
min
0.5
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
1.0
6.00
8.25
2.36
1.50
330.00
50.00
178.00
62.00
13.00
1.75
7.50
8.00
4.00
2.00
0.23
16.00
18.00
Note:Devices are packed in accor dance with EIA standar RS-481-A and specifications listed above.
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SMD Transient Voltage Suppressor
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3.0SMCJ Series
Reel packing
PACKAGE
REEL SIZE
REEL
(pcs)
COMPONENT
SPACING
(m/m)
BOX
(pcs)
REEL
DIA,
(m/m)
INNER
BOX
(m/m)
CARTON
SIZE
(m/m)
CARTON
(pcs)
APPROX.
GROSS WEIGHT
(kg)
7”
500
8.0
5,000
183*155*183
178
382*356*392
40,000
18.00
13"
3,000
8.0
6,000
337*337*37
330
350*330*360
48,000
18.00
SMC-F
Suggested thermal profiles for soldering processes
1.Storage environment: Temperature=5 oC ~40 oC Humidity=55%±25%
2.Reflow soldering of surface-mount devices
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Tp
TP
Ramp-up
TL
TL
Tsmax
Temperature
Tsmin
tS
Preheat
Ramp-down
25
t25o C to Peak
Time
3.Reflow soldering
Profile Feature
Soldering Condition
Average ramp-up rate(T L to T P )
o
<3 C /sec
Preheat
-Temperature Min(Tsmin)
-Temperature Max(Tsmax)
-Time(min to max)(t s )
o
150 C
o
200 C
60~120sec
Tsmax to T L
-Ramp-upRate
o
<3 C /sec
Time maintained above:
-Temperature(T L )
-Time(t L )
o
217 C
60~260sec
o
o
255 C- 0/ + 5 C
Peak Temperature(T P )
o
Time within 5 C of actual Peak
Temperature(t P )
10~30sec
Ramp-down Rate
<6 C /sec
o
o
Time 25 C to Peak Temperature
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Formosa MS
3.0SMCJ Series
High reliability test capabilities
Item Test
Conditions
Reference
O
MIL-STD-750D
METHOD-2031
O
MIL-STD-202F
METHOD-208
1. Solder Resistance
at 260 ± 5 C for 10 ± 2sec.
immerse body into solder 1/16" ± 1/32"
2. Solderability
at 245 ± 5 C for 5 sec.
3. High Temperature Reverse Bias
V RWM=80% rate at T J=150 C for 168 hrs.
4. Pressure Cooker
15P SIG at T A=121 C for 4 hrs.
5. Temperature Cycling
-55 C to +125 C dwelled for 30 min.
and transferred for 5min. total 10 cycles.
MIL-STD-750D
METHOD-1038
O
JESD22-A102
O
O
MIL-STD-750D
METHOD-1051
O
MIL-STD-750D
METHOD-1021
O
6. Humidity
at T A=85 C , RH=85% for 1000hrs.
MIL-STD-750D
METHOD-1031
O
7. High Temperature Storage Life
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