FAIRCHILD FYPF0545S

```FYPF0545S
FYPF0545S
Features
• Low forward voltage drop
• High frequency properties and switching speed
• Guard ring for over-voltage protection
Applications
• Switched mode power supply
• Freewheeling diodes
TO-220F
1
2
1. Cathode
2. Anode
SCHOTTKY BARRIER RECTIFIER
Absolute Maximum Ratings TC=25°°C unless otherwise noted
Symbol
VRRM
Parameter
Maximum Repetitive Reverse Voltage
VR
Maximum DC Reverse Voltage
IF(AV)
Average Rectified Forward Current
IFSM
Non-repetitive Peak Surge Current (per diode)
60Hz Single Half-Sine Wave
TJ, TSTG
Operating Junction and Storage Temperature
@ TC = 120°C
Value
45
Units
V
45
V
5
A
80
A
-65 to +150
°C
Value
4.5
Units
°C/W
Value
Units
V
Thermal Characteristics
Symbol
RθJC
Parameter
Maximum Thermal Resistance, Junction to Case (per diode)
Electrical Characteristics (per diode) TC=25 °C unless otherwise noted
Symbol
VFM *
IRM *
Parameter
Maximum Instantaneous Forward Voltage
IF = 5A
IF = 5A
Maximum Instantaneous Reverse Current
@ rated VR
TC = 25 °C
TC = 125 °C
0.55
0.49
TC = 25 °C
TC = 125 °C
1
40
mA
* Pulse Test: Pulse Width=300µs, Duty Cycle=2%
Rev. A, October 2002
FYPF0545S
Typical Characteristics
100
o
Reverse Current, I R[mA]
Forward Current, I F[A]
TJ=150 C
10
1
o
TJ=125 C
0.1
o
TJ=75 C
o
TJ=25 C
0.01
0.0
10
o
TJ=125 C
1
o
TJ=75 C
0.1
0.01
o
TJ=25 C
1E-3
0.5
1.0
0
1.5
10
Forward Voltage Drop, VF[V]
700
40
10
Transient Thermal Impedance [ C/W]
600
o
500
TJ=25 C
o
Juntion Capacitance, C J[pF]
30
Figure 2. Typical Reverse Current
vs. Reverse Voltage
Figure 1. Typical Forward Voltage Characteristics
400
300
200
100
90
80
0
10
20
30
40
1
100µ
1m
10m
100m
1
10
Pulse Duration [s]
Reverse Voltage, VR[V]
Figure 3. Typical Junction Capacitance
Figure 4. Thermal Impedance Characteristics
100
Max. Forward Surge Current, I FSM[A]
6
Average Forward Current, I F(AV)[A]
20
Reverse Voltage, VR[V]
5
SQUARE WAVE
Duty Cycle = 0.5
4
3
2
1
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
80
60
40
20
0
1
o
Case Temperature, T C[ C]
Figure 5. Forward Current Derating Curve
10
100
Number of Cycles @ 60Hz
Figure 6. Non-Repetitive Surge Current
Rev. A, October 2002
FYPF0545S
Package Dimensions
TO-220F 2L
ø3.18 ±0.10
2.54 ±0.20
3.30 ±0.10
10.16 ±0.20
MAX1.47
15.87 ±0.20
(1.80)
(6.50)
(1.00x45°)
12.00 ±0.20
9.75 ±0.30
15.80 ±0.20
6.68 ±0.20
(0.70)
2.76 ±0.20
0.80 ±0.10
0.35 ±0.10
2.54TYP
[2.54 ±0.20]
9.40 ±0.20
+0.10
0.50 –0.05
4.70 ±0.20
2.54TYP
[2.54 ±0.20]
Dimensions in Millimeters
Rev. A, October 2002
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