STMICROELECTRONICS SMA6J13A-TR

SMA6J
High junction temperature Transil™
Features
■
Peak pulse power:
– 600 W (10/1000 µs)
– 4 kW (8/20 µs)
■
Stand off voltage range: from 5 V to 188 V
■
Unidirectional and bidirectional types
■
Low clamping voltage versus standard series
■
Low leakage current:
– 0.2 µA at 25° C
– 1 µA at 85° C
■
Operating Tj max: 175° C
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JEDEC registered package outline
A
K
Unidirectional
Bidirectional
SMA
(JEDEC DO-214AC)
Description
The SMA6J Transil series has been designed to
protect sensitive equipment against electro-static
discharges according to IEC 61000-4-2, MIL STD
883 Method 3015, and electrical over stress such
as IEC 61000-4-4 & 5. They are also in
accordance with ISO TR 7637-2, SAE J 113 and
DIN 40839 for automotive applications and more
generally for surges below 600 W 10/1000 µs
This Planar technology makes it compatible with
high-end equipment like automotive, medical
equipment or SMPS where low leakage current
and high junction temperature are required to
provide reliability and stability over time. Their low
clamping voltages provides a better safety margin
to protect sensitive circuits with extended life time
expectancy.
Packaged in SMA, this minimizes PCB
consumption (SMA footprint in accordance with
IPC 7531 standard).
Order code
Part number
Marking
SMA6JxxA-TR
See Table 6.
SMA6JxxCA-TR
See Table 6.
Complies with the following standards:
IEC 61000-4-2 level 4:
15 kV(air discharge)
8 kV(contact discharge)
MIL STD 893G-Method 3015-7: class3B
25 kV HBM (Human Body Model)
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Characteristics
SMA6J
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Characteristics
Table 1.
Absolute ratings (Tamb = 25° C)
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
600
W
Peak pulse power dissipation (1)
Tj initial = Tamb
Power dissipation on infinite heatsink
Tamb = 55° C
4
W
IFSM
Non repetitive surge peak forward current for
unidirectional types
tp = 10 ms
Tj initial = Tamb
60
A
Tstg
Storage temperature range
-65 to +175
°C
Tj
Operating junction temperature range
-55 to +175
°C
TL
Maximum lead temperature for soldering during 10 s
260
°C
Value
Unit
PPP
P
1. For a surge greater than the maximum values, the diode will fail in short-circuit.
Table 2.
Thermal resistances
Symbol
Parameter
Rth (j-l)
Junction to leads
30
° C/W
Rth (j-a)
Junction to ambient on printed circuit on recommended pad layout
120
° C/W
Table 3.
Symbol
Electrical characteristics - definitions (Tamb = 25° C)
Parameter
VRM
Stand-off voltage
VBR
Breakdown voltage
VCL
Clamping voltage
IRM
Leakage current
@ VRM
IPP
Peak pulse current
αT
Voltage temperature
coefficient
VF
Forward voltage
drop
RD
Dynamic resistance
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I
I
IF
IPP
VF
VCL VBR VRM
V
IRM
IR
IRM
V
IRM
IR
IR
IPP
VCLVBR VRM
Unidirectional
IPP
VRMVBR VCL
Bidirectional
SMA6J
Table 4.
Characteristics
Electrical characteristics - values (Tamb = 25° C)
VBR @IR(1)
IRM [email protected]
Type
25° C 85° C
µA
min
V
typ max
V
mA
VCL @IPP
RD(2)
VCL @IPP RD(2)
10/1000 µs 10/1000 µs 8/20 µs 8/20 µs
αT(3)
max
max
max
V
A
Ω
V
A
Ω
10-4/°C
SMA6J5.0A/CA
10
50
5.0 6.40 6.74 7.07 10
9.1
68
0.029
13.4 298
0.021
5.7
SMA6J6.0A/CA
10
50
6.0 6.70 7.05 7.41 10
9.5
61
0.034
13.7 290
0.022
5.9
SMA6J6.5A/CA
10
50
6.5 7.20 7.58 7.96 10 10.2
56
0.040
14.5 276
0.024
6.1
SMA6J8.5A/CA
10
50
8.5
10.4
1
13.3 41.7
0.070
18.7 205
0.041
7.3
SMA6J10A/CA
0.2
1
10 11.1 11.7 12.3
1
15.7
37
0.093
19.6 184
0.040
7.8
SMA6J12A/CA
0.2
1
12 13.3 14.0 14.7
1
18.8
31
0.133
23.5 157
0.056
8.3
SMA6J13A/CA
0.2
1
13 14.4 15.2 15.9
1
20.4
29
0.154
23.9 147
0.054
8.4
SMA6J15A/CA
0.2
1
15 16.7 17.6 18.5
1
23.6 25.1
0.206
27.7 123
0.075
8.8
SMA6J18A/CA
0.2
1
18 20.0 21.1 22.1
1
28.3 21.5
0.288
33.2 102
0.108
9.2
SMA6J20A/CA
0.2
1
20 22.2 23.4 24.5
1
31.4 19.4
0.354
36.8 93
0.132
9.4
SMA6J24A/CA
0.2
1
24 26.7 28.1 29.5
1
37.8
0.516
44.3 80
0.184
9.6
SMA6J26A/CA
0.2
1
26 28.9 30.4 31.9
1
40.9 14.9
0.600
47.9 75
0.213
9.7
SMA6J28A/CA
0.2
1
28 31.1 32.7 34.4
1
44.0 13.8
0.697
51.6 68
0.253
9.8
SMA6J33A/CA
0.2
1
33 36.7 38.6 40.6
1
51.9 11.8
0.963
60.8 57
0.356
10.0
SMA6J40A/CA
0.2
1
40 44.4 46.7 49.1
1
62.8
9.7
1.42
73.6 48
0.511
10.1
SMA6J48A/CA
0.2
1
48 53.3 56.1 58.9
1
75.4
8.1
2.04
88.4 40
0.736
10.3
SMA6J58A/CA
0.2
1
58 64.4 67.8 71.2
1
91.1
6.7
2.97
100
33
0.863
10.4
SMA6J70A/CA
0.2
1
70 77.8 81.9 86.0
1
110
5.5
4.38
120
27
1.27
10.5
SMA6J85A/CA
0.2
1
85
94
99
104
1
134
4.6
6.45
146 22.5
1.85
10.6
SMA6J100A/CA
0.2
1
100 111
117
123
1
157
3.8
9.03
172
19
2.58
10.7
SMA6J130A/CA
0.2
1
130 144
152
159
1
204
3
14.9
223
15
4.24
10.8
SMA6J154A/CA
0.2
1
154 171
180
189
1
242
2.4
22.1
265 12.6
6.00
10.8
SMA6J170A/CA
0.2
1
170 189
199
209
1
275
2.2
30.0
292 11.3
7.39
10.8
SMA6J188A/CA
0.2
1
188 209
220
231
1
328
2
48.5
323 10.3
8.97
10.8
9.4
9.9
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1. Pulse test: tp <50ms.
2. To calculate maximum clamping voltage at other surge currents, use the following formula
VCLmax = RD x IPP + VBRmax
3. To calculate VBR versus junction temperature, use the following formula:
%IPP
Repetitive peak pulse current
tr = rise time (µs)
tp = pulse duration time (µs)
100
VBR @ Tj = VBR @ 25 ° C x (1 + αT x (Tj - 25))
50
0
tr
tp
t
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Characteristics
Figure 1.
SMA6J
Peak power dissipation versus
initial junction temperature
Figure 2.
Peak pulse power versus
exponential pulse duration
(Tj initial = 25° C)
PPP(kW)
%
10.0
110
Tj initial=25°C
100
90
80
70
60
1.0
50
40
30
20
10
Tj(°C)
tp(ms)
0
0.1
0
25
Figure 3.
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
0.01
0.10
1.00
10.00
Clamping voltage versus peak pulse current
(exponential waveform, maximum values)
IPP(A)
1.E+03
Tj = 25°C
SMA6J5.0A/CA
SMA6J10A/CA
SMA6J15A/CA
1.E+02
tp = 20 µs
SMA6J26A/CA
SMA6J48A/CA
SMA6J100A/CA
SMA6J188A/CA
1.E+01
1.E+00
tp = 1 ms
VCL(V)
1.E-01
1
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10
100
1000
SMA6J
Characteristics
Figure 4.
Junction capacitance versus
reverse applied voltage (typical
values) (SMA6JxxA)
Figure 5.
C(pF)
Junction capacitance versus
reverse applied voltage (typical
values) (SMA6JxxCA)
C(pF)
10000
10000
F=1MHz
VOSC=30mVRMS
Tj=25°C
F=1MHz
VOSC=30mVRMS
Tj=25°C
1000
SMA6J5.0A
SMA6J5.0CA
1000
SMA6J13CA
SMA6J13A
100
SMA6J26CA
SMA6J26A
SMA6J58CA
100
10
SMA6J58A
SMA6J188CA
VR(V)
10
1
1
10
Figure 6.
VR(V)
SMA6J188A
100
1
1000
Peak forward voltage drop versus
peak forward current (typical
values)
10
Figure 7.
100
1000
Relative variation of thermal
impedance junction to ambient
versus pulse duration (printed
ciruit board FR4, SCu = 1 cm2)
Zth(j-a)/Rth(j-a)
IFM(A)
1.00
1.E+01
Tj=125°C
1.E+00
Tj=25°C
0.10
1.E-01
VFM(V)
tp(S)
1.E-02
0.01
0.4
0.5
Figure 8.
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.E-02
1.E-01
Figure 9.
Thermal resistance junction to
ambient versus copper surface
under each lead (printed circuit
board FR4, eCu = 35 µm)
Rth(j-a)(°C/W)
1.E+00
1.E+01
1.E+02
1.E+03
Leakage current versus junction
temperature (typical values)
IR(nA)
130
1.E+04
120
VR=VRM
110
VBR≤11.7V
1.E+03
100
90
1.E+02
VBR>11.7V
80
70
1.E+01
60
50
SCU(cm2)
Tj(°C)
1.E+00
40
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
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Order information scheme
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SMA6J
Order information scheme
SM
Surface Mount
Package
A = SMA package
Surge rating
6J = 600 W
Stand off voltage
example - 85 = 85 V
Type
A = Unidirectional
CA = Bidirectional
Packaging
TR = Tape and reel
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A 6J
xx
CA
-
TR
SMA6J
Package information
●
Case: JEDEC DO-214AC molded plastic over Planar junction
●
Terminals: Solder plated, solderable per MIL-STD-750, Method 2026
●
Polarity: For unidirectional types the band indicates cathode.
●
Flammability: Epoxy is rated UL94V-0
●
RoHS package
Table 5.
SMA Dimensions
Dimensions
Ref.
Millimeters
Inches
E1
D
E
A1
A2
C
L
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
A1
1.90
2.03
0.075
0.08
A2
0.05
0.20
0.002
0.008
b
1.25
1.65
0.049
0.065
c
0.15
0.40
0.006
0.016
D
2.25
2.90
0.089
0.114
E
4.80
5.35
0.189
0.211
E1
3.95
4.60
0.156
0.181
L
0.75
1.50
0.030
0.059
b
Figure 10. SMA footprint dimensions
1.40
2.63
1.40
(0.055)
(0.104)
(0.055)
Figure 11. Marking information
1.64
Cathode bar (unidirectional devices only )
5.43
(0.214)
(0.065)
3
Package information
e3
x x x
z y ww
e3: ECOPACK ( Leadfree)
XXX: Marking
Z: Manufacturing location
Y: Year
WW: week
milimeters
(inches)
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Table 6.
SMA6J
Marking
Type
Marking
Type
Marking
SMA6J5.0A-TR
6UA
SMA6J5.0CA-TR
6BA
SMA6J6.0A-TR
6UB
SMA6J6.0CA-TR
6BB
SMA6J6.5A-TR
6UC
SMA6J6.5CA-TR
6BC
SMA6J8.5A-TR
6UD
SMA6J8.5CA-TR
6BD
SMA6J10A-TR
6UE
SMA6J10CA-TR
6BE
SMA6J12A-TR
6UF
SMA6J12CA-TR
6BF
SMA6J13A-TR
6UG
SMA6J13CA-TR
6BG
SMA6J15A-TR
6UH
SMA6J15CA-TR
6BH
SMA6J18A-TR
6UJ
SMA6J18CA-TR
6BJ
SMA6J20A-TR
6UK
SMA6J20CA-TR
6BK
SMA6J24A-TR
6UM
SMA6J24CA-TR
6BM
SMA6J26A-TR
6UN
SMA6J26CA-TR
6BN
SMA6J28A-TR
6UO
SMA6J28CA-TR
6BO
SMA6J33A-TR
6UQ
SMA6J33CA-TR
6BQ
SMA6J40A-TR
6UR
SMA6J40CA-TR
6BR
SMA6J48A-TR
6US
SMA6J48CA-TR
6BS
SMA6J58A-TR
6UT
SMA6J58CA-TR
6BT
SMA6J70A-TR
6UU
SMA6J70CA-TR
6BU
SMA6J85A-TR
6UV
SMA6J85CA-TR
6BV
SMA6J100A-TR
6UW
SMA6J100CA-TR
6BW
SMA6J130A-TR
6UX
SMA6J130CA-TR
6BX
SMA6J154A-TR
6UY
SMA6J154CA-TR
6BY
SMA6J170A-TR
6UZ
SMA6J170CA-TR
6BZ
SMA6J188A-TR
6UAA
SMA6J188CA-TR
6BAA
In order to meet environmental requirements, ST offers these devices in ECOPACK®
packages. These packages have a Lead-free second level interconnect . The category of
second level interconnect is marked on the package and on the inner box label, in
compliance with JEDEC Standard JESD97. The maximum ratings related to soldering
conditions are also marked on the inner box label. ECOPACK is an ST trademark.
ECOPACK specifications are available at: www.st.com.
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Ordering information
Ordering information
Marking
Package
Weight
Base qty
Delivery
mode
SMA6JxxA-TR
See Table 6.
SMA
0.068 g
5000
Tape and reel
SMA6JxxCA-TR
See Table 6.
SMA
0.068 g
5000
Tape and reel
Part number
5
Revision history
Date
Revision
21-Feb-2007
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Changes
First issue.
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