ESD1P0RFS Data Sheet (741 KB, EN)

ESD1P0RF...
RF ESD Protection Diodes
• ESD / transient protection of RF antenna /
interfaces or ultra high speed data lines acc. to:
IEC61000-4-2 (ESD): ± 20 kV (contact)
IEC61000-4-4 (EFT): 40 A (5/50 ns)
IEC61000-4-5 (surge): 10 A (8/20 µs)
• Ultra low capacitance of 1 pF typ.
(0.5 pF per diode)
• Low clamping voltage
• Pb-free (ROHS compliant) package
Applications in anti-parallel configuration
• For low RF signal levels without superimposed
DC voltage: e.g. GPS, WLAN, Bluetooth
Applications in rail-to-rail configuration
• For high RF signal levels or low RF signal levels
with superimposed DC voltage: e.g. HDMI, S-ATA,
Gbit Ethernet
ESD1P0RFW
ESD1P0RFS
6
3
4
5
D 3
D 1
D 2
D 1
1
D 4
2
Type
ESD1P0RFS
ESD1P0RFW
1
D 2
2
3
Package
SOT363
SOT323
Configuration
2 channels
1 channel
1
Marking
E6s
E6s
2010-12-20
ESD1P0RF...
Maximum Ratings at TA = 25°C, unless otherwise specified
Parameter
Symbol
Value
Unit
ESD contact discharge1)
VESD
20
kV
Peak pulse current (tp = 8 / 20 µs)2)
I pp
10
A
Operating temperature range
T op
-55...150
°C
Storage temperature
T stg
-65...150
Electrical Characteristics at TA = 25°C, unless otherwise specified
Symbol
Values
Parameter
Unit
min.
typ.
max.
Characteristics
Reverse working voltage3)
VRWM
-
-
70
V
Reverse current
IR
-
-
100
nA
VR = 70 V
Forward clamping voltage2)
VFC
V
IPP = 3 A, tp = 8/20 µs
-
4
7
IPP = 10 A, tp = 8/20 µs
-
12
15
Line capacitance4)
pF
CT
VR = 0 V, f = 1 MHz
-
1
1.5
VR = 0 V, f = 1 MHz, for Application example 4
-
0.5
0.75
Series inductance (per diode)
LS
nH
SOT323
-
1.4
-
SOT363
-
1.6
-
1V
ESD according to IEC61000-4-2, only valid in anti-parallel or rail-to-rail connection.
Please refer to the application examples.
2I
pp according to IEC61000-4-5, only valid in anti-parallel or rail-to-rail connection.
Please refer to the application examples.
valid in rail-to-rail configuration VCC ≥ VRWM
3Only
4Total
capacitance line to ground (2 diodes in parallel)
2
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Forward clamping voltage VFC = ƒ(IPP)
Reverse current IR = ƒ(VR)
tp = 8 / 20 µs
TA = Parameter
in rail-to-rail configuration
10 -5
A
12
V
125°C
10 -6
10
85°C
10
-7
8
IR
V FC
9
7
10 -8
25°C
6
10 -9
5
4
10 -10
3
2
10 -11
-40°C
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
A
8
10 -12
0
10
10
20
30
40
50
Ipp
V
70
VR
Forward current IF = ƒ (VF)
Line capacitance CT = ƒ (f)
T A = Parameter
VR = 0 V
in anti-parallel configuration
100
3
µA
pF
60
125°C
85°C
CT
IF
40
25°C
20
2
-40°C
0
-20
1.5
-40°C
25°C
-40
85°C
1
125°C
-60
0.5
-80
-100
-600
-400
-200
0
200
mV
0
0
600
VF
500
1000
MHz
2000
f
3
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Insertion loss |S21|2 = ƒ(f)
VR = 0 V, line to ground, Z = 50 Ω
0
dB
IL
-0.25
-0.375
-0.5
-0.625
-0.75
0
250
500
750 1000 1250 1500 MHz
2000
f
4
ESD1P0RF...
1. Application example ESD1P0RFW
1 channel, anti-parallel configuration
1 protected signal line,
superimposed DC voltage up to
±VF (diode forward voltage)
ESD
sensitive
circuit
I/O
3
Line capacitance to
ground = 1 pF
1
2
The protection diode should
be placed very close to the
location where the ESD or
other transients can occur to
keep loops and inductances
as small as possible.
Pins 1 and 2 should be
connected in parallel directly
to a ground plane on the
board.
2. Application example ESD1P0RFW
1 channel, rail-to-rail configuration
+Vcc
ESD
sensitive
circuit
I/O
1
3
2
1 protected signal line,
superimposed DC voltage up to
+Vcc (voltage supply)
Line capacitance to
ground = 1 pF
5
Pin 2 should be connected
to the positive supply
voltage and pin 1 should be
connected directly to a
ground plane on the board.
Clamped input voltage at I/O
port is limited to Vcc + VF at
positive transients and 0V VF at negative transients
(VF ... diode forward voltage
drop).
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Package SOT323
ESD1P0RF...
Package Outline
0.9 ±0.1
2 ±0.2
0.3 +0.1
-0.05
0.1 MAX.
3x
0.1
M
0.1
A
1
2
1.25 ±0.1
0.1 MIN.
2.1 ±0.1
3
0.15 +0.1
-0.05
0.65 0.65
0.2
M
A
Foot Print
0.8
1.6
0.6
0.65
0.65
Marking Layout (Example)
Manufacturer
2005, June
Date code (YM)
BCR108W
Type code
Pin 1
Standard Packing
Reel ø180 mm = 3.000 Pieces/Reel
Reel ø330 mm = 10.000 Pieces/Reel
0.2
2.3
8
4
Pin 1
2.15
1.1
7
Package SOT363
ESD1P0RF...
Package Outline
2 ±0.2
0.9 ±0.1
+0.1
6x
0.2 -0.05
0.1
0.1 MAX.
M
0.1
Pin 1
marking
1
2
3
A
1.25 ±0.1
4
0.1 MIN.
5
2.1 ±0.1
6
0.15 +0.1
-0.05
0.65 0.65
0.2
M
A
Foot Print
1.6
0.9 0.7
0.3
0.65
0.65
Marking Layout (Example)
Small variations in positioning of
Date code, Type code and Manufacture are possible.
Manufacturer
2005, June
Date code (Year/Month)
Pin 1 marking
Laser marking
BCR108S
Type code
Standard Packing
Reel ø180 mm = 3.000 Pieces/Reel
Reel ø330 mm = 10.000 Pieces/Reel
For symmetric types no defined Pin 1 orientation in reel.
0.2
2.3
8
4
Pin 1
marking
1.1
2.15
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ESD1P0RF...
Edition 2006-02-01
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