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1N5555-1N5558
Transient Voltage Suppressor
1500 Watt
High-reliability discrete products
and engineering services since 1977
FEATURES:
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Available as “HR” (high reliability) screened per MIL-PRF-19500, JANTX level. Add “HR” suffix to base part number
Available Non-RoHS (standard) or RoHS compliant (add PBF suffix)
MAXIMUM RATINGS
1500 Watts for 10/1000µs with repetition rate of 0.01% or less* at lead temperature (TL) 25°C
Operating and Storage Temperatures
-65 to +175°C
Thermal Resistance
50°C/W junction to lead at 0.375” from body or 110°C/W junction to ambient when mounted
on FR4 PC board with 4 mm2 copper pads and track width 1mm, length 25mm
DC Power Dissipation *
1 Watt @ TL = 25°C 3/8 from body
Forward Surge Current
200 Amps for 8.3 ms half-sine wave @ TA = 25°C
Solder Temperatures
260°C for 10 s (maximum)
* TVS devices are not typically used for dc power dissipation and are instead operated at or less than their rated standoff voltage (V WM) except for transients that
briefly drive the device into avalanche breakdown (VBR to VC region).
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Minimum
Breakdown
Voltage
Test
Current
Rated
Standoff
Voltage
Maximum
(RMS)
Reverse
Voltage
Maximum
Standby
Current
Maximum
Peak
Reverse
Voltage
Maximum
Peak Pulse
Current
Maximum
Temperature
Coefficient
V(BR) @ I(BR)
I(BR)
VWM
VWM(RMS)
ID @ VWM
VC @ IPP
IPP
αV(BR)
V
mA
V
V
µA
V
A
%/°C
1N5555
33.0
1.0
30.5
21.5
5
47.5
32
+.093
1N5556
43.7
1.0
40.3
28.5
5
63.5
24
+.094
1N5557
54.0
1.0
49.0
34.5
5
78.5
19
+.096
1N5558
191.0
1.0
175
124.0
5
265.0
5.7
+.100
Type
(note 1)
Note 1: A TVS is normally selected according to the rated “Standoff Voltage” V WM that should be equal to or greater than the dc or continuous peak operating
voltage level.
SYMBOLS AND DEFINITIONS
VWM
Standoff Voltage: Applied Reverse Voltage to assure a nonconductive condition
V(BR)
Breakdown Voltage: This is the Breakdown Voltage the device will exhibit at 25°C
VC
Maximum Clamping Voltage: The maximum peak voltage appearing across the TVS when subjected to the peak pulse current in
a one millisecond time interval. The peak pulse voltage is the combination of voltage rise due to both the series resistance and
thermal rise and positive temperature coefficient (αV(BR))
IPP
Peak Pulse Current: The peak current during the impulse
PPP
Peak Pulse Power: The pulse power as determined by the product of VC and IPP
ID
Standby Current: The current at the standoff voltage (VWM)
I(BR)
Breakdown Current: The current used for measuring breakdown voltage (V(BR))
Rev. 20160527
High-reliability discrete products
and engineering services since 1977
1N5555-1N5558
Transient Voltage Suppressor
1500 Watt
MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Case
DO-13
Marking
Alpha-numeric, body painted
Polarity
Cathode band
Rev. 20160527
High-reliability discrete products
and engineering services since 1977
1N5555-1N5558
Transient Voltage Suppressor
1500 Watt
Rev. 20160527
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