CDI-DIODE CDLL4153

1N4153UR-1
CDLL4153
• 1N4153UR-1 AVAILABLE IN JAN, JANTX, AND JANTXV
PER MIL-PRF-19500/337
• SWITCHING DIODE
• HERMETICALLY SEALED
• METALLURGICALLY BONDED
• DOUBLE PLUG CONSTRUCTION
MAXIMUM RATINGS
Junction Temperature: -65°C to +175°C
Storage Temperature: -65°C to +175°C
Operating Current: 150 mA @ TA = +25°C
Derating: 1.0 mA dc/°C Above TA = +25°C
Forward Surge Current: 2A (pk), (tp = 1µs); 0.25A (pk), (tp = 1s)
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS @ 25°C, unless otherwise specified.
Type
V BR
V RWM
IR = 5 µA
4153UR-1
CDLL4153
I R1
1 R2
C
VR = 50 V dc
TA = 25°C
VR = 50 V dc
TA = 150°C
VR = 0; f = 1 Mhz;
trr
DIM
D
F
G
G1
S
MILLIMETERS
INCHES
MIN MAX MIN MAX
1.60
1.70 0.063 0.067
0.41
0.55 0.016 0.022
3.30
3.70 .130 .146
2.54 REF.
.100 REF.
0.03 MIN.
.001 MIN.
FIGURE 1
V dc
V (pk)
nA dc
µA dc
pF
ns
75
75
50
50
50
50
50
50
2.0
2.0
4
4
DESIGN DATA
CASE: DO-213AA, Hermetically sealed
glass case. (MELF, SOD-80; LL34)
FORWARD VOLTAGE LIMITS – ALL TYPES
V F1
V F2
V F3
V F4
V F5
V F6
I F = 100 µA dc
I F = 250 µA dc
I F = 1 mA dc
I F = 2 mA dc
I F = 10 mA dc
I F = 20 mA dc
V dc
V dc
V dc
V dc
V dc
V dc
0.49
0.55
0.53
0.59
0.59
0.67
0.62
0.70
0.70
0.81
0.74
0.88
LEAD FINISH: Tin / Lead
Limits
minimum
maximum
THERMAL RESISTANCE (ROJEC):
100 °C/W maximum at L = 0
THERMAL IMPEDANCE: (ZOJX): 70
˚C/W maximum
POLARITY: Cathode end is banded.
MOUNTING SURFACE SELECTION:
The Axial Coefficient of Expansion
(COE) Of this Device is Approximately
+6PPM/°C. The COE of the Mounting
Surface System Should Be Selected To
Provide A Suitable Match With This
Device.
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IN4153UR-1 and CDLL4153
1000
25º
C
10
0ºC
15
0º
C
10
-65ºC
1
0.1
.3
.4
.5
.6
.7
.8
.9
1.0
VF - Forward Voltage (V)
1.1
1.2
1.3
FIGURE 2
Typical Forward Current
vs Forward Voltage
1000
100
150ºC
IR - Reverse Current - (µA)
IF - Forward Current - (mA)
100
10
100ºC
1
0.1
25ºC
.01
-65ºC
NOTE :
.001
20 40 60 80 100 120 140
Percent of Reverse Working Voltage (%)
FIGURE 3
Typical Reverse Current
vs Reverse Voltage
All temperatures shown on graphs are
junction temperatures