The ongoing trend towards chipset miniaturization and higher data rates has made them increasingly sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD) strikes. As high-speed interfaces tolerate very little additional capacitance on the line, Bourns has launched a new TVS diodes series featuring low capacitance of 3 pF (picofarads) making them ideal protection devices for the high-speed interfaces found in today’s automotive, communication line and industrial applications.
Extend run-times of IoT sensors & vehicle sub-systems
The new CDSOD323-TxxC-DSLQ TVS diodes offer a low TVS diode leakage current of 1 nA (nanoampere). This is important as IoT sensors, vehicle sub-systems such as entertainment and comfort equipment have limited run-time determined by the battery. Using low leakage protection devices has the benefit of helping to improve power efficiency and extend run-times.
Improve reliability and increase application robustness To ESD
The new TVS diodes provide ±30 kV contact discharge ESD protection per IEC 61000-4-2 and surge protection per IEC 61000-4-5. These features are designed to improve the reliability and increase application robustness against damage from ESD and other transient voltage events.
The new TVS diodes from Bourns are available in a SOD323 package with bidirectional TVS offering superior protection, especially for communication lines.
The series includes two new AEC-Q101 compliant surge protection models: Model CDSOD323-T12C-DSLQ and Model CDSOD323-T24C-DSLQ. Both models are available now, are RoHS compliant and halogen-free.
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