Rutronik adds low capacitance, bidirectional TVS diodes
TVS diodes from Diodes, the D3V3Z1BD2CSP series are now available from distributor Rutronik. The diodes offer an ESD protection component with an extremely low capacitance Cd of 0.3pF. They have been specially developed to protect high speed differential lines.
Due to the high pulse peak current capability (10.5A, tP = 8 / 20 microseconds), the D3V3Z1BD2CSP diodes can also be used for protection against electrical overload.
The DSN housing with 0.6 x 0.3 x 0.3mm also enables flexible protection for a single cable in applications. They can be used in many applications, including automotive designs which require specific change control; i.e. parts qualified to AEC-Q100/101/104/200, PPAP-capable and manufactured in IATF 16949 certified facilities.
The TVS diodes feature an extremely low terminal voltage (5.0 or 5.3V) to protect sensitive inputs and outputs and a low reverse current of 50nA maximum at a VR of 3.3V. They enable reliable, bi-directional ESD protection for a cable, added Rutronik.
The diodes also provide transient protection according to IEC 61000-4-2 (ESD) air ± 20kV, contact ± 20V and IEC 61000-4-5 (overvoltage) 10.5A (8 / 20 microseconds). They are also lead-free and fully RoHS-compliant as well as halogen- and antimony-free.
Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente was founded in 1973 . Over five decades, the independent family-owned company based in Ispringen, Germany, has expanded into high growth future markets.
In the fiscal year 2022, its around 1,900 employees generated sales of 1.28 billion euros, serving more than 40,000 customers. With more than 80 offices worldwide and logistics centers in Austin (Texas), Shanghai, Singapore, and Hong Kong, Rutronik ensures comprehensive customer support in Europe, Asia, and North America. The company focuses on high-growth future markets that will shape the world of electronics tomorrow. These are Advanced Materials, Advanced Measurement, Processing & Analytics, Advanced Robotics, Automation, Biotechnology, Energy & Power, Future Mobility, IIoT & Internet of everything, Industry 4.0, Medical & Healthcare, and Transportation, Logistics & Supply Chain.