H V SC AV ER O M A I S IO P L L A N IA BL S N T E TISP4070L3BJ, TISP4350L3BJ *R o BIDIRECTIONAL THYRISTOR OVERVOLTAGE PROTECTORS TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series MODEM Protection against: - TIA/EIA-IS-968 Type A & B surge (formally FCC Part 68) - UL 60950, Clause 6. power cross - CSA 22.2 No. 60950, Clause 6. power cross Ring-Tip Protection SMBJ Package (Top View) R(B) 1 ..........................TISP4350L3BJ 2 T(A) Electronics Protection..........................TISP4070L3BJ MDXXBGE Ion-Implanted Breakdown Region Precise and Stable Voltage Low Voltage Overshoot under Surge Device ‘4070 ‘4350 VDRM V(BO) V 58 275 V 70 350 Device Symbol T Rated for ‘60950 and ‘968 Wave Shapes Surge Type Wave Shape Standard A 10/160 µs TIA/EIA-IS-968 (FCC Part 68) 10/560 µs B TIA/EIA-IS-968 (FCC Part 68) 9/720 µs 10/700 µs UL 60950 / ITU-T K.21 ITSP SD4XAA R A 50 30 Terminals T and R correspond to the alternative line designators of A and B 40 ............................................ UL Recognized Components Description These devices are designed to limit overvoltages on the telephone line. Overvoltages are normally caused by a.c. power system or lightning flash disturbances which are induced or conducted on to the telephone line. A single device provides 2-point protection and is typically used for the protection of 2-wire telecommunication equipment (e.g. between the Ring and Tip wires for telephones and modems). Combinations of devices can be used for multi-point protection (e.g. 3-point protection between Ring, Tip and Ground). The protector consists of a symmetrical voltage-triggered bidirectional thyristor. Overvoltages are initially clipped by breakdown clamping until the voltage rises to the breakover level, which causes the device to crowbar into a low-voltage on state. This low-voltage on state causes the current resulting from the overvoltage to be safely diverted through the device. The high crowbar holding current prevents d.c. latchup as the diverted current subsides. These protectors are guaranteed to voltage limit and withstand the listed lightning surges in both polarities. After a Type A surge the equipment can be non-operational or operational. An operational pass requires the two high current Type A surges (200 A, 10/160, and 100A, 10/560), to be reduced to within the TISP4xxxL3BJ ratings (50 A, 10/160 and 30 A, 10/560). How To Order Device Package Carrier TISP4xxxL3BJ BJ (J-Bend DO-214AA/SMB) Embossed Tape Reeled For Standard For Lead Free Termination Finish Termination Finish Order As Order As TISP4xxxL3BJR TISP4xxxL3BJR-S Insert xxx value corresponding to protection voltages of 070 and 350 After a Type B surge, the equipment must be operational. As the TISP4xxxL3BJ has a current rating of 40 A, it will survive both Type B surges, metallic (25 A, 9/720) and longitudinal (37.5 A, 9/720), giving an operational pass to Type B surges. *RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC Jan 27 2003 including Annex AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series Description (continued) For metallic protection, the TISP4350L3BJ is connected between the Ring and Tip conductors. For longitudinal protection, two TISP4350L3BJ protectors are used; one between the Ring conductor to ground and the other between the Tip conductor to ground. The B type ringer has voltages of 56.5 V d.c. and up to 150 V r.m.s. a.c., giving a peak voltage of 269 V. The TISP4350L3BJ will not clip the B type ringing voltage as it has a high impedance up to 275 V. The TISP4070L3BJ should be connected after the hook switch to protect the following electronics. As the TISP4070L3BJ has a high impedance up to 58 V, it will switch off after a surge and not be triggered by the normal exchange battery voltage. These low (L) current protection devices are in a plastic package SMBJ (JEDEC DO-214AA with J-bend leads) and supplied in embossed tape reel pack. For alternative voltage and holding current values, consult the factory. For higher rated impulse currents in the SMB package, the 100 A 10/1000 TISP4xxxH3BJ series is available. Absolute Maximum Ratings, TA = 25 °C (Unless Otherwise Noted) Rating Repetitive peak off-state voltage Symbol ‘4070 ‘4350 Non-repetitive peak on-state pulse current (see Notes 1, and 2) 10/160 µs (FCC Part 68, 10/160 µs voltage wave shape, Type A) 5/310 µs (ITU-T K.21, 10/700 µs voltage wave shape) 5/320 µs (FCC Part 68, 9/720 µs voltage wave shape, Type B) 10/560 µs (FCC Part 68, 10/560 µs voltage wave shape, Type A) Non-repetitive peak on-state current (see Notes 1, 2 and 3) 20 ms (50 Hz) full sine wave 16.7 ms (60 Hz) full sine wave 1000 s 50 Hz/60 Hz a.c. Initial rate of rise of on-state current, Exponential current ramp, Maximum ramp value < 100 A Junction temperature Storage temperature range VDRM ITSP Value ± 58 ±275 50 40 40 30 Unit V A ITSM 12 13 2 A diT/dt TJ Tstg 120 -40 to +150 -65 to +150 A/µs °C °C NOTES: 1. Initially the TISP4xxxL3BJ must be in thermal equilibrium with TJ = 25 °C. 2. The surge may be repeated after the TISP4xxxL3BJ returns to its initial conditions. 3. EIA/JESD51-2 environment and EIA/JESD51-3 PCB with standard footprint dimensions connected with 5 A rated printed wiring track widths. Derate current values at -0.61 %/°C for ambient temperatures above 25 °C. Overload Ratings, TA = 25 °C (Unless Otherwise Noted) Rating Peak overload on-state current, Type A impulse (see Note 4) 10/160 µs 10/560 µs Peak overload on-state current, a.c. power cross tests UL 1950 (see Note 4) NOTE Symbol Value Unit IT(OV)M 200 100 A IT(OV)M See Figure 2 for current versus time A 4: These electrical stress levels may damage the TIS4xxxL3BJ silicon chip. After test, the pass criterion is either that the device is functional or, if it is faulty, that it has a short circuit fault mode. In the short circuit fault mode, the following equipment is protected as the device is a permanent short across the line. The equipment would be unprotected if an open circuit fault mode developed. AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series Electrical Characteristics for the R and T Terminals, TA = 25 °C (Unless Otherwise Noted) IDRM Parameter Repetitive peak offstate current VD = VDRM V(BO) Breakover voltage dv/dt = ±250 V/ms, RSOURCE = 300 Ω V(BO) Impulse breakover voltage I(BO) VT IH dv/dt ID Coff Breakover current On-state voltage Holding current Critical rate of rise of off-state voltage Off-state current Off-state capacitance Test Conditions TA = 25 °C TA = 85 °C ‘4070 ‘4350 Min Max ±5 ±10 ±70 ±350 ‘4070 ‘4350 ±78 ±359 V ±250 ±3 ±350 mA V mA dv/dt ≤ ±1000 V/µs, Linear voltage ramp, Maximum ramp value = ±500 V di/dt = ±20 A/µs, Linear current ramp, Maximum ramp value = ±10 A dv/dt = ±250 V/ms, RSOURCE = 300 Ω IT = ±5 A, tW = 100 µs IT = ±5 A, di/dt = -/+ 30 mA/ms ±40 ±120 Linear voltage ramp, Maximum ramp value < 0.85VDRM VD = ±50 V f = 100 kHz, Vd = 1 V rms, f = 100 kHz, Vd = 1 V rms, Typ ‘4350 µA V kV/µs ±5 TA = 85 °C ‘4070 VD = 0 VD = 1 V VD = 5 V VD = 0 VD = 1 V VD = 5 V Unit ±10 50 48 39 33 30 25 µA 40 38 31 26 24 20 Typ Max Unit pF Thermal Characteristics Parameter RθJA NOTE Junction to free air thermal resistance Test Conditions Min EIA/JESD51-3 PCB, IT = ITSM(1000), TA = 25 °C, (see Note 5) 265 mm x 210 mm populated line card, 4-layer PCB, IT = ITSM(1000), TA = 25 °C 115 ° C /W 52 5: EIA/JESD51-2 environment and PCB has standard footprint dimensions connected with 5 A rated printed wiring track widths. AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series Parameter Measurement Information +i Quadrant I ITSP Switching Characteristic ITSM IT V(BO) VT I(BO) IH VDRM -v IDRM ID VD ID IDRM VD VDRM +v IH I(BO) VT V(BO) IT ITSM Quadrant III ITSP Switching Characteristic -i Figure 1. Voltage-current Characteristic for T and R Terminals All Measurements are Referenced to the R Terminal AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. PMXXAAB TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series Thermal Information IT(OV)M — Peak Overload On-State Current — A rms PEAK OVERLOAD ON-STATE CURRENT vs CURRENT DURATION TI4LAA 40 35 30 25 100 A2s 40 A 20 TISP4xxxL3BJ WILL CARRY CURRENT OF TESTS 1 THRU 5 CLAUSE 6.6, UL 1950, FOR FULL TEST TIME 15 7A 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3.5 3 2.5 2 0·01 2.2 A WIRING SIMULATOR 0·1 1 10 100 t - Current Duration - s 1000 Figure 2. Peak Overload On-state Current against Duration AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series APPLICATIONS INFORMATION FCC Part 68, ACTA, TIA and EIA From 2001, the registrations for FCC equipment changed from the FCC to ACTA, Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments. For this function, ACTA needed to adopt a US National standard specifying terminal equipment requirements. The TIA, Telecommunications Industry Association, in conjunction with the EIA, Electronic Industries Alliance, created TIA/EIA-IS-968 for this purpose. The first issue of TIA/EIA-IS-968 is essentially a renumbered version of the FCC Part 68 requirement. Clause and figure changes are shown in the table. Item Telephone Line Surge – Type A FCC Part 68 TIA/EIA-IS-968 Clause 68.302 (b) Clause 4.2.2 Telephone Line Surge – Type B Clause 68.302 (c) Clause 4.2.3 Simplified Surge Generator Fig. 68.302 (a) Figure 4.1 Open Circuit voltage Wave shape Fig. 68.302 (b) Figure 4.2 Short Circuit Current Wave shape Fig. 68.302 (c) Figure 4.3 TIA/EIA-IS-968 (FCC Part 68) Impulse Testing To verify the withstand capability and safety of the equipment, standards require that the equipment is tested with various impulse wave forms. The table below shows values for the TIA/EIA-IS-968 and ITU-T recommendation K.21. Standard Test Peak Voltage Peak Current Fictive TISP4xxxL3 Series Condition Voltage Wave Form Current Wave Form Impedance Rating Resistance V V µs A µs Ω A Ω Longitudinal 1500 10/160 200 10/160 7.5 50 2 x 24 TIA/EIA-IS-968 Metallic 800 10/560 100 10/560 8 30 19 (F CC Part 68) Longitudinal 1500 9/720 † 37.5 5/320 † 40 40 0 Metallic 1000 9/720 † 25 5/320 † 40 40 ITU-T K.21 ‡ Basic Level ITU-T K.21 ‡ Enhanced Level Transverse Transverse 1500 4000 1500 6000 10/700 10/700 37.5 100 37.5 125 5/310 40 30 5/310 40 30 0 0 10 0 10 † TIA/EIA-IS-968 terminology for the wave forms produced by the ITU-T recommendation K.21 10/700 impulse generator ‡ Values assume the TISP4xxxL3 is connected inter-conductor and a 400 V primary is used If the impulse generator current exceeds the protector’s current rating then a series resistance can be used to reduce the current to the protector’s rated value to prevent possible failure. The required value of series resistance for a given wave form is given by the following calculations. First, the minimum total circuit impedance is found by dividing the impulse generator’s peak voltage by the protector’s rated current. The impulse generator’s fictive impedance (generator’s peak voltage divided by peak short circuit current) is then subtracted from the minimum total circuit impedance to give the required value of series resistance. For the TIA/EIA-IS-968 10/560 wave form the following values result. The minimum total circuit impedance is 800/30 = 26.7 Ω and the generator’s fictive impedance is 800/100 = 8 Ω. For an inter-conductor connected TISP4xxxL3, this gives a minimum series resistance value of 26.7 - 8 = 18.7 Ω. After allowing for tolerance, a 20 Ω ±5 % resistor would be suitable. The 10/160 wave form only needs to be considered if the TISP4350L3 is connected from the conductor to ground. In this case, the conductor series resistance is 24 Ω ±5 % per conductor. IEC 60950, UL 1950/60950, CSA C22.2 No. 950/60950 and EN 60950 These electrical safety standards for IT (Information Technology) equipment at the customer premise use the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) 60950 standard as the core document. The IEC 60950 covers fundamental safety criteria such as creepage and isolation. The connection to a telecommunication network voltage (TNV) is covered in clause 6. Europe is harmonized by CENELEC (Comité Européen de Normalization Electro-technique) under EN 60950 (included in the Low Voltage Directive, CE mark). Up to the end of 2000, the US had UL (Underwriters Laboratories) 1950 and Canada CSA (Canadian Standards Authority) C22.2 No. 950. The US and Canadian standards include regional changes and additions to the IEC 60950. A major addition is the inclusion of clause 6.6, power cross withstand containing the flowchart Figure 18b and annex NAC covering testing. Remarks made for UL 1950 will generally be true for CSA 22.2 No. 950. AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series APPLICATIONS INFORMATION IEC 60950, UL 1950/60950, CSA C22.2 No. 950/60950 and EN 60950 (continued) In December 2000, UL released UL 60950, which will run concurrently with UL 1950 until 2003, after which submittals can only be made for UL 60950. The equivalent Canadian document is designated CSA C22.2 No. 60950. Changes and differences between UL 1950 and UL 60950 do not affect power cross testing nor evaluation criteria. Clause and figure numbering has changed between the standards and these changes are shown in the table. In this document, these two standards are being jointly referred to as UL 60950 and the clause and figure numbering referenced will be from UL 60950. Item UL 1950 UL 60950 Protection against overvoltage from power line crosses Clause 6.6 Clause 6.4 Overvoltage flowchart Figure 18b Figure 6C UL 60950, Clause 6.4 – Power Cross Figure 3 shows the criterion flow for UL 60950 power cross. (This is a modified version of UL6050, Figure 6C — Overvoltage flowchart). There are many routes for achieving a pass result. For discussion, each criterion has been given a letter reference. Brief details of any electrical testing is given as a criterion note. Test pass criteria are given in the bottom table of Figure 3. AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series APPLICATIONS INFORMATION UL 60950 (12/2000) IT Equipment parameters Connects to outside cable Telecommunication network connection Clause 6.4 — Protection against overvoltage from power line crosses Figure 6C — Overvoltage flowchart Annex NAC (normative) — Power line crosses A Test 1. 600 V, 40 A , 1.5 s Yes Has min. 26 AWG supplied cord B Has ≤ 100 A 2s No @ 600 V †) E C Has ≤ 1.3 A d.c. limiting ‡ ) Test 2. ¶ ) 600 V, 7 A, 5 s Test 3. # ) 600 V, 2.2 A, 30 min or open circuit (3A) Test 3A. # ) 600 V, <3.3 A, 30 min, no open circuit Test 4. # ) < Limiting voltage, <2.2 A, 30 min, no open circuit, no overvoltage protector voltage limiting Has fire enclosure D Test 5. 120 V, 25 A, 30 min or open circuit Yes F J No Yes No Pass test 5 Fail Yes G Has fire enclosure and spacings Yes No No H Pass test 2 pass tests 3, 4 No Pass Test 1 No Pass 6.3.3 ground/line separation §) No I No Yes Yes Yes No overvoltage testing No Pass Yes Yes NOTES † ) Overcurrent protector I2 t must be lower than any other equipment element which carries the same current. ‡ ) UL accepts that a fuse with a 1 A or less rating meets the 1.3 A criterion. § ) Pass for 120 V a.c. between telecommunication line and ground current < 10 mA. ¶ ) Test 2 not required if the equipment d.c. breaking is 1.3 A or less, see comment ‡). # ) Tests 3 and 4 not required for equipment with less than 1000 m of outside cable. Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 3A Test 4 Test 5 No cheesecloth charring ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Insulation OK ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Wiring simulator (fuse) OK ✓ I2 t < 100 A 2s @ 600 V a.c. ✓ Pass criteria Figure 3. UL 60950 Power Cross Flow Chart AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. ✓ Users must verify requirements against latest issue of UL 60950 AIUL60950A TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series APPLICATIONS INFORMATION Power Cross Pass Routes This discussion covers typical modem flows. Flow A Comment N No tests Y Box A The criterion for box A is if the modem connects to an outside TNV line. The majority of modems will be connected to an outside line, so the answer is yes. The yes path goes to box B. B A Y B E N Y C Box B The criterion for box B is if the equipment has a limit of ≤ 100 A2s at 600 V rms for Test 1. Many interpret this as a fuse with I2t ≤ 100 A2s and often miss the 600 V a.c. breaking requirement. However, the current loop is comp leted by the fuse and other equipment compon ents. To ensure that the fuse I2t sets the equipment performance, the other current loop componen ts, such as the printed wiring (PW), must have higher I2t values than the fuse. Certainly the fuse I2t needs to be lower than 100 A2s but other compon ents, for example IC packaging, may impose a hazard-free limit of 10 A2s. (This conflicts with TIA/ EIA-IS-968 Type A surge pass requirement of 8 A2s.) A yes leads to box C and a no to box E. E Y F N I Boxes E and I The criterion for box E is for a minimum telecommunications line cord of No. 26 AWG to be supplied or specified. N Y Fail A yes leads to box F and a no to box I. The criterion for box I is to pass Test 1. If all the four pass criteria of Test 1 are met, this is a yes and the flow goes to box F. A no result fails the equipment. AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series APPLICATIONS INFORMATION Power Cross Pass Routes (continued) Flow Comment Boxes C and D The criterion for box C is overcurrent protection that reduces currents above 1.3 A. This requirement is met by a 1 A fuse (a 1 A current fusing rating, not an IEC 1 A current carrying rating). A Y B Y C Modems which pass FCC Part 68 Type B surges and non-operationally pass Type A surges can use a fuse of 1 A or less, so the yes path to box D can be followed. High performance modems which operationally pass both Type A and B surges would need a fuse of greater than 1 A and so follow the no path to box F. F N Y The criterion for box D is a fire enclosure. D H N Pass Y Few modems can afford fire enclosures. However, for an internal modem in a known comp uter case, the case may be evaluated as a fire enclosure. A successful case evaluation will give a yes and an equipment pass. More likely, the modem w ill not have a fire enclosure. The no flow goes to box H. F N Y J N Fail Y Boxes F and J The criterion for box F is a pass to clause 6.3.3 requirements. A yes goes to box G and a no goes to box J. G The criterion for box J is to pass Test 5. If all the three pass criteria of Test 5 are met, this is a yes and the flow goes to box G. A no result fails the equipment. Fail G Boxes G and H The criterion for box G is a fire enclosure and spacings (See box D comments). A yes result passes the equipment and a no result leads to box H. Y N H N Y Pass The criterion for box H is to pass Tests 2, 3 and 4. Test 2 is not required if there is overcurrent protection that reduces currents above 1.3 A (See box C). High performance mod ems, using fuses and without fire enclosures, must pass tests 2, 3, possibly 3A if the fuse opens, and 4. For standard modems, using fuses of 1 A or less and without fire enclosures, tests 3, 3A and 4 must be passed. If the two pass criteria of each of the tests performed are met, this is a yes and the equipment passes. A no result fails the equipment. AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series APPLICATIONS INFORMATION TISP4xxxL3BJ and UL 60950 Power Cross The TISP4xxxL3BJ conducts current for periods greater than the power cross test times, Figure 2, so the TISP4xxxL3BJ is not a major factor in UL 60950 compliance. The main design task for UL 60950 power cross is about enclosure design and the selection of the other components that are subject to power cross. A UL specified fuse together with a TISP4xxxL3BJ gives a simple approach to meeting the power cross requirements. Fuse Values There are two areas of fuse criteria; surge capability (TIA/EIA-IS-968 (FCC Part 68) impulse) and power cross capability (UL60950 clause 6.4 and annex NAC). To survive an impulse, a fuse must have a melting I2t rating greater than the impulse I2t. The fuse I2t rating should be specified for the impulse waveshape current as the normal d.c. rating may not result in adiabatic conditions. Alternatively, the fuse may be specified for a rated current under the impulse waveshape conditions. An exponentially decaying impulse with a current amplitude I PP and 50 % amplitude decay time of t D has an I2t value of 0.72 IPP2tD . Test waveforms have tolerances and the formula can be approximated to IPP2tD, giving about a 40 % allowance to cover tolerances, e.g. +5 % on IPP and +30 % on tD. Using the approximate formula, the I 2t values for typical waveforms are shown in the table below. Amplitude I PP A 200 Current Wave Shape tR / tD (µs) Melting I 2 t A2s 10/160 6.4 100 10/560 5.6 TIA/EIA-IS-968 Type B (FCC Part 68) 37.5 5/320 0.45 UL 60950 / ITU-T K.21 37.5 5/310 0.45 Telcordia (formally Bellcore) GR-1089-CORE 500 2/10 2.5 100 10/1000 10 Specification TIA/EIA-IS-968 Type A (FCC Part 68) UL 60950, Annex NAC testing requires that the total I 2t does not exceed 100 A 2 s for test 1 K.21 has a.c. induction withstand tests of 1 A 2 s (basic) and 10 A2s (enhanced) Fuse power cross current capability can be determined from its time-current curve. The fuse must be rated to break the current at the applied power cross a.c. voltage level. Fuses for TIA/EIA-IS-968 To survive both the Type A surges, a fuse I2t value of greater than 6.4 A2s is needed. Fuses such as the Bel SMP 1.25 will meet this criteria and they are rated for 60 A, 600 V a.c. interruption. Fuses must not operate on the Type B surge. To survive a 37.5 A Type B surge, the fuse needs to have an I2t of greater than 0.45 A2s. A nonoperational pass for TIA/EIA-IS-968 Type A impulses is allowed; this could be a design approach with the TISP4xxxL3, which is likely to fail short with Type A impulses. A fuse with an I2t greater than 0.45 A 2s and less than 5.6 A2s would be needed to ensure that the resultant Type A impulse fault mode disconnects the modem from the line (avoiding a permanent off-hook condition). The Bel SMP 500 fuse starts to operate at 60 % of the specified Type A impulse current levels and is rated for 60 A, 600 V a.c. interruption. Fuses for ITU-T Recommendation K.21 Like TIA/EIA-IS-968, K.21 requires an operation pass on a 37.5 A, 5/310 transverse current impulse, giving a minimum fuse I2t of 0.45 A2s. This value may be increased when the coordination test requirements are included. Depending on the conformance level, basic or enhanced, an a.c. power induction operational pass requires a minimum fuse I2t of either a 1 A2s or a 10 A2s level. AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series APPLICATIONS INFORMATION Fuses for UL 60950 Fuses for the UL 1950 power cross need to break the specified currents at 600 V a.c. - ordinary fuses will not do! Fuse specification terms like short circuit capabilities to UL 1459 and UL 1950/60950, 40 A, 7 A and 2.2 A at 600 V a.c. ensure that the 600 V breaking is met. The requirement of Figure 3, box B, limits the fuse I2t to less than 100 A2s. Box C, with its 1.3 A limit gives a flow division. Modems passing the TIA/EIA-IS-968 Type A surge in a non-operational mode could use a fuse of 1 A rating or less and satisfy the 1.3 A limit and move to box D. Modems operationally passing the Type A surge will tend to use a 1.25 A fuse such as the Bel SMP 1.25, and move to box F. Fuses with ratings of 2 A and above may not operate before the wiring simulator fails (typically 3 A d.c.). AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series MECHANICAL DATA Recommended Printed Wiring Footprint SMB Land Pattern 2.54 (.100) 2.40 (.094) 2.16 (.085) DIMENSIONS ARE: MM (INCHES) MDXXBIB Device Symbolization Code Devices will be coded as below. As the device parameters are symmetrical, terminal 1 is not identified. Device Symbolization Code TISP4070L3BJ 4070L3 TISP4350L3BJ 4350L3 Carrier Information Devices are shipped in one of the carriers below. Unless a specific method of shipment is specified by the customer, devices will be shipped in the most practical carrier. For production quantities, the carrier will be embossed tape reel pack. Evaluation quantities may be shipped in bulk pack or embossed tape. Carrier Embossed Tape Reel Pack Bulk Pack For Standard Termination Finish Order As TISP4xxxL3BJR TISP4xxxL3BJ For Lead Free Termination Finish Order As TISP4xxxL3BJR-S TISP4xxxL3BJ-S AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protection Series MECHANICAL DATA SMBJ (DO-214AA) Plastic Surface Mount Diode Package This surface mount package consists of a circuit mounted on a lead frame and encapsulated within a plastic compound. The compound will withstand soldering temperature with no deformation, and circuit performance characteristics will remain stable when operated in high humidity conditions. Leads require no additional cleaning or processing when used in soldered assembly. SMB 4.06 - 4.57 (.160 - .180) 3.30 - 3.94 (.130 - .155) 2 Index Mark (if needed) DIMENSIONS ARE: MM (INCHES) 2.00 - 2.40 (.079 - .094) 0.76 - 1.52 (.030 - .060) 1.90 - 2.10 (.075 - .083) 0.10 - 0.20 (.004 - .008) 1.96 - 2.32 (.077 - .091) 5.21 - 5.59 (.205 - .220) MDXXBHAB AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications. TISP4xxxL3BJ Overvoltage Protector Series MECHANICAL DATA Tape Dimensions SMB Package Single-Sprocket Tape 1.55 - 1.65 (.061 - .065) 3.90 - 4.10 (.154 - .161) 1.95 - 2.05 (.077 - .081) 0.40 MAX. (.016) 1.65 - 1.85 (.065 - .073) 5.54 - 5.55 (.215 - .219) 11.70 - 12.30 (.461 - .484) 7.90 - 8.10 (.311 - .319) Ø 1.50 MIN. (.059) 0 MIN. 20° Index Mark (if needed) DIMENSIONS ARE: Cover Tape 4.50 MAX. (.177) Carrier Tape Embossment Direction of Feed 8.20 MAX. (.323) MM (INCHES) Maximium component rotation Typical component cavity center line Typical component center line NOTES: A. The clearance between the component and the cavity must be within 0.05 mm (.002 in.) MIN. to 0.65 mm (.026 in.) MAX. so that the component cannot rotate more than 20° within the determined cavity. B. Taped devices are supplied on a reel of the following dimensions:- MDXXBJA Reel diameter: 330mm ± 3.0 mm (12.99 ± .118 in.) Reel hub diameter: 75 mm (2.95 in.) MIN. Reel axial hole: 13.0mm ± 0.5 mm (.512 ± .020 in.) C. 3000 devices are on a reel. “TISP” is a trademark of Bourns, Ltd., a Bourns Company, and is Registered in U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. “Bourns” is a registered trademark of Bourns, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. AUGUST 1999 - REVISED FEBRUARY 2005 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Customers should verify actual device performance in their specific applications.