ETC 1N6267A/D

1N6267A Series
1500 Watt Mosorb Zener
Transient Voltage Suppressors
Unidirectional*
Mosorb devices are designed to protect voltage sensitive
components from high voltage, high–energy transients. They have
excellent clamping capability, high surge capability, low zener
impedance and fast response time. These devices are
ON Semiconductor’s exclusive, cost-effective, highly reliable
Surmetic axial leaded package and are ideally-suited for use in
communication systems, numerical controls, process controls,
medical equipment, business machines, power supplies and many
other industrial/consumer applications, to protect CMOS, MOS and
Bipolar integrated circuits.
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Cathode
Anode
Specification Features:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Working Peak Reverse Voltage Range – 5.8 V to 214 V
Peak Power – 1500 Watts @ 1 ms
ESD Rating of Class 3 (>16 KV) per Human Body Model
Maximum Clamp Voltage @ Peak Pulse Current
Low Leakage < 5 µA Above 10 V
UL 497B for Isolated Loop Circuit Protection
Response Time is Typically < 1 ns
AXIAL LEAD
CASE 41A
PLASTIC
L
1N6
xxxA
1.5KE
xxxA
YYWW
Mechanical Characteristics:
CASE: Void-free, transfer-molded, thermosetting plastic
FINISH: All external surfaces are corrosion resistant and leads are
L = Assembly Location
1N6xxxA = JEDEC Device Code
1.5KExxxA = ON Device Code
YY = Year
WW = Work Week
readily solderable
MAXIMUM LEAD TEMPERATURE FOR SOLDERING PURPOSES:
230°C, 1/16″ from the case for 10 seconds
POLARITY: Cathode indicated by polarity band
MOUNTING POSITION: Any
ORDERING INFORMATION
MAXIMUM RATINGS
Rating
Device
Symbol
Value
Unit
Peak Power Dissipation (Note 1.)
@ TL ≤ 25°C
PPK
1500
Watts
Steady State Power Dissipation
@ TL ≤ 75°C, Lead Length = 3/8″
Derated above TL = 75°C
PD
5.0
Watts
20
mW/°C
Thermal Resistance, Junction–to–Lead
RJL
20
°C/W
Forward Surge Current (Note 2.)
@ TA = 25°C
IFSM
200
Amps
TJ, Tstg
– 65 to
+175
°C
Operating and Storage
Temperature Range
Package
Shipping
1.5KExxxA
Axial Lead
500 Units/Box
1.5KExxxARL4
Axial Lead
1500/Tape & Reel
1N6xxxA
Axial Lead
500 Units/Box
1N6xxxARL4
Axial Lead
1500/Tape & Reel
Devices listed in bold, italic are ON Semiconductor
Preferred devices. Preferred devices are recommended
choices for future use and best overall value.
1. Nonrepetitive current pulse per Figure 5 and derated above TA = 25°C per
Figure 2.
2. 1/2 sine wave (or equivalent square wave), PW = 8.3 ms, duty cycle = 4 pulses
per minute maximum.
*Please see 1.5KE6.8CA to 1.5KE250CA for Bidirectional Devices
 Semiconductor Components Industries, LLC, 2001
March, 2001 – Rev. 3
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Publication Order Number:
1N6267A/D
1N6267A Series
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA = 25°C unless
I
otherwise noted, VF = 3.5 V Max., IF (Note 3.) = 100 A)
Symbol
IPP
Maximum Reverse Peak Pulse Current
VC
Clamping Voltage @ IPP
VRWM
IR
VBR
IT
VBR
IF
Parameter
VC VBR VRWM
Working Peak Reverse Voltage
IR VF
IT
Maximum Reverse Leakage Current @ VRWM
Breakdown Voltage @ IT
Test Current
Maximum Temperature Coefficient of VBR
IF
Forward Current
VF
Forward Voltage @ IF
IPP
Uni–Directional TVS
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted, VF = 3.5 V Max. @ IF (Note 3.) = 100 A)
Breakdown Voltage
VRWM
(Note 5.)
IR @ VRWM
(Volts)
(µA)
Min
Nom
VC @ IPP (Note 7.)
Device
JEDEC
Device
(Note 4.)
1.5KE6.8A
1.5KE7.5A
1.5KE8.2A
1.5KE9.1A
1N6267A
1N6268A
1N6269A
1N6270A
5.8
6.4
7.02
7.78
1000
500
200
50
6.45
7.13
7.79
8.65
6.8
7.5
8.2
9.1
7.14
7.88
8.61
9.55
10
10
10
1
10.5
11.3
12.1
13.4
143
132
124
112
0.057
0.061
0.065
0.068
1.5KE10A
1.5KE11A
1.5KE12A
1.5KE13A
1N6271A
1N6272A
1N6273A
1N6274A
8.55
9.4
10.2
11.1
10
5
5
5
9.5
10.5
11.4
12.4
10
11
12
13
10.5
11.6
12.6
13.7
1
1
1
1
14.5
15.6
16.7
18.2
103
96
90
82
0.073
0.075
0.078
0.081
1.5KE15A
1.5KE16A
1.5KE18A
1.5KE20A
1N6275A
1N6276A
1N6277A
1N6278A
12.8
13.6
15.3
17.1
5
5
5
5
14.3
15.2
17.1
19
15
16
18
20
15.8
16.8
18.9
21
1
1
1
1
21.2
22.5
25.2
27.7
71
67
59.5
54
0.084
0.086
0.088
0.09
1.5KE22A
1.5KE24A
1.5KE27A
1.5KE30A
1N6279A
1N6280A
1N6281A
1N6282A
18.8
20.5
23.1
25.6
5
5
5
5
20.9
22.8
25.7
28.5
22
24
27
30
23.1
25.2
28.4
31.5
1
1
1
1
30.6
33.2
37.5
41.4
49
45
40
36
0.092
0.094
0.096
0.097
1.5KE33A
1.5KE36A
1.5KE39A
1.5KE43A
1N6283A
1N6284A
1N6285A
1N6286A
28.2
30.8
33.3
36.8
5
5
5
5
31.4
34.2
37.1
40.9
33
36
39
43
34.7
37.8
41
45.2
1
1
1
1
45.7
49.9
53.9
59.3
33
30
28
25.3
0.098
0.099
0.1
0.101
1.5KE47A
1.5KE51A
1.5KE56A
1.5KE62A
1N6287A
1N6288A
1N6289
1N6290A
40.2
43.6
47.8
53
5
5
5
5
44.7
48.5
53.2
58.9
47
51
56
62
49.4
53.6
58.8
65.1
1
1
1
1
64.8
70.1
77
85
23.2
21.4
19.5
17.7
0.101
0.102
0.103
0.104
1.5KE68A
1.5KE75A
1.5KE82A
1.5KE91A
1N6291A
1N6292A
1N6293A
1N6294A
58.1
64.1
70.1
77.8
5
5
5
5
64.6
71.3
77.9
86.5
68
75
82
91
71.4
78.8
86.1
95.5
1
1
1
1
92
103
113
125
16.3
14.6
13.3
12
0.104
0.105
0.105
0.106
1.5KE100A
1.5KE110A
1.5KE120A
1.5KE130A
1N6295A
1N6296A
1N6297A
1N6298A
85.5
94
102
111
5
5
5
5
95
105
114
124
100
110
120
130
105
116
126
137
1
1
1
1
137
152
165
179
11
9.9
9.1
8.4
0.106
0.107
0.107
0.107
1.5KE150A
1.5KE160A
1.5KE170A
1.5KE180A
1N6299A
1N6300A
1N6301A
1N6302A
128
136
145
154
5
5
5
5
143
152
162
171
150
160
170
180
158
168
179
189
1
1
1
1
207
219
234
246
7.2
6.8
6.4
6.1
0.108
0.108
0.108
0.108
1.5KE200A
1.5KE220A
1.5KE250A
1N6303A
171
185
214
5
5
5
190
209
237
200
220
250
210
231
263
1
1
1
274
328
344
5.5
4.6
5
0.108
0.109
0.109
VBR
@ IT
VC
IPP
VBR
Max
(mA)
(Volts)
(A)
(%/°C)
(Note 6.) (Volts)
3. 1/2 sine wave (or equivalent square wave), PW = 8.3 ms, duty cycle = 4 pulses per minute maximum.
4. Indicates JEDEC registered data
5. A transient suppressor is normally selected according to the maximum working peak reverse voltage (VRWM), which should be equal to or
greater than the dc or continuous peak operating voltage level.
6. VBR measured at pulse test current IT at an ambient temperature of 25°C
7. Surge current waveform per Figure 5 and derate per Figures 1 and 2.
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100
PPK , PEAK POWER (kW)
NONREPETITIVE
PULSE WAVEFORM
SHOWN IN FIGURE 5
PEAK PULSE DERATING IN % OF
PEAK POWER OR CURRENT @ TA = 25°C
1N6267A Series
100
10
1
0.1µs
1µs
10µs
100µs
1 ms
80
60
40
20
0
10 ms
0
25
50
tP, PULSE WIDTH
Figure 1. Pulse Rating Curve
Figure 2. Pulse Derating Curve
1N6373, ICTE-5, MPTE-5,
through
1N6389, ICTE-45, C, MPTE-45, C
10,000
1N6267A/1.5KE6.8A
through
1N6303A/1.5KE200A
10,000
MEASURED @
ZERO BIAS
MEASURED @
ZERO BIAS
1000
C, CAPACITANCE (pF)
C, CAPACITANCE (pF)
1000
MEASURED @ VRWM
100
10
75
100 125 150 175 200
TA, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (°C)
1
10
100
1000
MEASURED @ VRWM
100
10
1
10
VBR, BREAKDOWN VOLTAGE (VOLTS)
100
1000
VBR, BREAKDOWN VOLTAGE (VOLTS)
PEAK VALUE - IPP
100
3/8″
5
PULSE WIDTH (tP) IS DEFINED AS
THAT POINT WHERE THE PEAK
CURRENT DECAYS TO 50% OF IPP.
tr ≤ 10µs
tr
3/8″
IPP, VALUE (%)
PD , STEADY STATE POWER DISSIPATION (WATTS)
Figure 3. Capacitance versus Breakdown Voltage
4
3
HALF VALUE 50
IPP
2
2
tP
1
0
0
25
50
75
100 125 150 175
TL, LEAD TEMPERATURE (°C)
0
200
0
1
2
3
t, TIME (ms)
Figure 4. Steady State Power Derating
Figure 5. Pulse Waveform
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1N6267A Series
1.5KE6.8CA
through
1.5KE200CA
1N6373, ICTE-5, MPTE-5,
through
1N6389, ICTE-45, C, MPTE-45, C
VBR(NOM)=6.8 to 13V
20V
43V
24V
TL=25°C
tP=10µs
200
100
50
20
10
5
1000
500
IT , TEST CURRENT (AMPS)
IT , TEST CURRENT (AMPS)
1000
500
2
1
VBR(NOM)=6.8 to 13V
20V
24V
TL=25°C
tP=10µs
200
43V
75V
100
50
20
180V
10
120V
5
2
1
0.3
0.5 0.7 1
2
3
5 7 10
20 30
∆VBR, INSTANTANEOUS INCREASE IN VBR ABOVE VBR(NOM) (VOLTS)
0.3
0.5 0.7 1
2
3
5 7 10
20 30
∆VBR, INSTANTANEOUS INCREASE IN VBR ABOVE VBR(NOM) (VOLTS)
Figure 6. Dynamic Impedance
1
0.7
0.5
DERATING FACTOR
0.3
0.2
PULSE WIDTH
10 ms
0.1
0.07
0.05
1 ms
0.03
100 µs
0.02
0.01
0.1
10 µs
0.2
0.5
1
2
5
10
D, DUTY CYCLE (%)
20
50
100
Figure 7. Typical Derating Factor for Duty Cycle
APPLICATION NOTES
RESPONSE TIME
application, since the main purpose for adding a transient
suppressor is to clamp voltage spikes. These devices have
excellent response time, typically in the picosecond range
and negligible inductance. However, external inductive
effects could produce unacceptable overshoot. Proper
circuit layout, minimum lead lengths and placing the
suppressor device as close as possible to the equipment or
components to be protected will minimize this overshoot.
Some input impedance represented by Zin is essential to
prevent overstress of the protection device. This impedance
should be as high as possible, without restricting the circuit
operation.
In most applications, the transient suppressor device is
placed in parallel with the equipment or component to be
protected. In this situation, there is a time delay associated
with the capacitance of the device and an overshoot
condition associated with the inductance of the device and
the inductance of the connection method. The capacitance
effect is of minor importance in the parallel protection
scheme because it only produces a time delay in the
transition from the operating voltage to the clamp voltage as
shown in Figure 8.
The inductive effects in the device are due to actual
turn-on time (time required for the device to go from zero
current to full current) and lead inductance. This inductive
effect produces an overshoot in the voltage across the
equipment or component being protected as shown in
Figure 9. Minimizing this overshoot is very important in the
DUTY CYCLE DERATING
The data of Figure 1 applies for non-repetitive conditions
and at a lead temperature of 25°C. If the duty cycle increases,
the peak power must be reduced as indicated by the curves
of Figure 7. Average power must be derated as the lead or
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the 10 µs pulse. However, when the derating factor for a
given pulse of Figure 7 is multiplied by the peak power value
of Figure 1 for the same pulse, the results follow the
expected trend.
ambient temperature rises above 25°C. The average power
derating curve normally given on data sheets may be
normalized and used for this purpose.
At first glance the derating curves of Figure 7 appear to be
in error as the 10 ms pulse has a higher derating factor than
TYPICAL PROTECTION CIRCUIT
Zin
LOAD
Vin
V
V
Vin (TRANSIENT)
VL
OVERSHOOT DUE TO
INDUCTIVE EFFECTS
Vin (TRANSIENT)
VL
VL
Vin
td
tD = TIME DELAY DUE TO CAPACITIVE EFFECT
t
t
Figure 8.
Figure 9.
UL RECOGNITION*
Conditioning, Temperature test, Dielectric VoltageWithstand test, Discharge test and several more.
Whereas, some competitors have only passed a
flammability test for the package material, we have been
recognized for much more to be included in their Protector
category.
The entire series has Underwriters Laboratory
Recognition for the classification of protectors (QVGV2)
under the UL standard for safety 497B and File #116110.
Many competitors only have one or two devices recognized
or have recognition in a non-protective category. Some
competitors have no recognition at all. With the UL497B
recognition, our parts successfully passed several tests
including Strike Voltage Breakdown test, Endurance
*Applies to 1.5KE6.8A, CA thru 1.5KE250A, CA
CLIPPER BIDIRECTIONAL DEVICES
1. Clipper-bidirectional devices are available in the
1.5KEXXA series and are designated with a “CA”
suffix; for example, 1.5KE18CA. Contact your nearest
ON Semiconductor representative.
2. Clipper-bidirectional part numbers are tested in both
directions to electrical parameters in preceeding table
(except for VF which does not apply).
3. The 1N6267A through 1N6303A series are JEDEC
registered devices and the registration does not include
a “CA” suffix. To order clipper-bidirectional devices
one must add CA to the 1.5KE device title.
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OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
Transient Voltage Suppressors – Axial Leaded
1500 Watt Mosorb
MOSORB
CASE 41A–02
ISSUE A
B
NOTES:
1. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ANSI
Y14.5M, 1982.
2. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: INCH.
3. LEAD FINISH AND DIAMETER UNCONTROLLED
IN DIMENSION P.
D
K
DIM
A
B
D
K
P
P
P
A
K
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INCHES
MIN
MAX
0.360
0.375
0.190
0.205
0.038
0.042
1.00
----0.050
MILLIMETERS
MIN
MAX
9.14
9.52
4.83
5.21
0.97
1.07
25.40
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1N6267A Series
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