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1N6373-1N6389
Transient Voltage Suppressor
1500 Watt
High-reliability discrete products
and engineering services since 1977
FEATURES:


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)

Unidirectional and bidirectional TVS series for thru-hole mounting

Suppresses transients up to 1500 watts @ 10/1000 μs

tclamping (0 volts to V(BR) min):
Unidirectional – Less than 100 pico seconds
Bidirectional – Less than 5 nano seconds

Working voltage (VWM) range 5 V to 45 V

Low clamping factor (ratio of actual VC/VBR): 1.33 @ full rated power and 1.20 @ 50% rated power

Economical plastic encapsulated TVS for thru-hole mount

Surface mount equivalent packages also available
MAXIMUM RATINGS
1500 Watts for 10/1000 μs with repetition rate of 0.01% or less* at lead temperature (TL) 25°C (See figures 1, 2, & 4)
Operating and Storage Temperature:
-65°C to +150°C
Thermal Resistance:
22°C/W junction to lead at
ambient when mounted on FR4 PC board with 4mm2 copper pads
and track width 1 mm, length 25mm
Steady State Power Dissipation:*:
5 watts at TL ≤ 40°C, or 1.52 watts at T A = 25°C when mounted on FR4
PC board described for thermal resistance
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 UNIDIRECTIONAL (TA = 25°C)
Part
Number
Direction
Stand-Off
Voltage
(Note 1)
Maximum
Reverse
Leakage @
VWM
Minimum*
Breakdown
Voltage @
1.0 mA
Maximum
Clamping
Voltage
(Fig. 2)
lPP1 = 1A
Maximum
Clamping
Voltage
(Fig. 2)
@
lPP2 = 10A
Maximum
Peak Pulse
Current
VWM
lD
V(BR) (min)
VC
VC
lPP3
VOLTS
μA
VOLTS
VOLTS
VOLTS
A
1N6373
Unidirectional
5.0
300
6.0
7.1
7.5
160
1N6374
Unidirectional
8.0
25
9.4
11.3
11.5
100
1N6375
Unidirectional
10.0
2
11.7
13.7
14.1
90
1N6376
Unidirectional
12.0
2
14.1
16.1
16.5
70
1N6377
Unidirectional
15.0
2
17.6
20.1
20.6
60
1N6378
Unidirectional
18.0
2
21.2
24.2
25.2
50
1N6379
Unidirectional
22.0
2
25.9
29.8
32.0
40
1N6380
Unidirectional
36.0
2
42.4
50.6
54.3
23
1N6381
Unidirectional
45.0
2
52.9
63.3
70.0
19
1N6382
Bidirectional
8.0
25
9.4
11.4
11.6
100
1N6383
Bidirectional
10.0
2
11.7
14.1
14.5
90
Rev. 20121016
1N6373-1N6389
Transient Voltage Suppressor
1500 Watt
High-reliability discrete products
and engineering services since 1977
1N6384
Bidirectional
12.0
2
14.1
16.7
17.1
70
1N6385
Bidirectional
15.0
2
17.6
20.8
21.4
60
1N6386
Bidirectional
18.0
2
21.2
24.8
25.5
50
1N6387
Bidirectional
22.0
2
25.9
30.8
32.0
40
1N6388
Bidirectional
36.0
2
42.4
50.6
54.3
23
1N6389
Bidirectional
45.0
2
52.9
63.3
70.0
19
Note 1: TVS devices are normally selected according to the reverse “Stand Off Voltage” (V WM) which should be equal to or greater than dc or continuous peak
operating voltage level.

For bidirectional parts, add suffix C at end of the part number.
*
The minimum breakdown voltage as shown takes into consideration the ±1 volt tolerance normally specified for power supply regulation on most
integrated circuit manufacturers data sheets. Similar devices are available with reduced clamping voltages where tighter regulated power supply voltages are
employed.
MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Case
DO-201
Marking
Alpha-numeric
Polarity
Cathode band
Rev. 20121016
High-reliability discrete products
and engineering services since 1977
1N6373-1N6389
Transient Voltage Suppressor
1500 Watt
Rev. 20121016
High-reliability discrete products
and engineering services since 1977
1N6373-1N6389
Transient Voltage Suppressor
1500 Watt
Rev. 20121016
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