- Vishay has expanded its range of ‘eSMP’ trench MOS barrier Schottky rectifiers
- As per J-STD-020, the component features an MSL moisture sensitivity level of 1 with an LF peak for a maximum of up to +260°C
Schottky rectifiers have been used for over 25 years in the power supply industry. The
primary advantages are very low forward voltage drop and switching speeds. It approaches zero time delay. This makes it ideal for output stages of switching power supplies. This latter feature has also stimulated their additional use in high-frequency applications. This includes low power signal and switching diode requirements of less than 100 picoseconds.
MOS barrier based rectifiers
Vishay has expanded its range of ‘eSMP’ trench MOS barrier Schottky rectifiers. The company has introduced 16 different 2A or 3A devices. All of these devices feature a low profile and a surface mount package.
Product enclosed in an eSMP package
According to the company, this new rectifier has dimensions of 2.2mm x 4mm x 1mm. The product is developed and enclosed in an SMP (DO-220AA) package. It has an operating temperature ranging between 150°C up to 175°C. The rectifier can sustain reverse voltages from 45V up to 200V.
Vishay said about the product,
“ While their 3A rating is the industry’s highest for the SMP package. Voltage drop is down to 0.36V for 2A and 0.37V for 3A devices. ”
RoHS compliant and halogen-free devices
As per J-STD-020, the component features an MSL moisture sensitivity level of 1 with an LF peak for a maximum of up to +260°C. The devices are claimed to RoHS-compliant. It also comes in the category of halogen-free devices. The device also has AEC-Q101 qualified versions. These devices are available for automotive applications.
As for the areas of implementations, the applications are expected in high-frequency inverters, dc-dc converters, and as freewheeling and polarity protection diodes for commercial and industrial applications.
A table is provided for the reference of all the new parts available by VISHAY
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