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Unformatted text preview: FEATURES - Zelrier voltages from 2.7V to 33V. . Hi§11h surge current rating. - Zerier voltage controlled at three test levels. 0 Hermetically sealed glass construction. ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS Forward Current (dc): IF max. 250mA. Repetitive Peak Forward Current: 'FRM max. 250mA. Total Power Dissipation up to T mb= 50°C: Ptotmax. 4-OOW Non-repetitive Reverse Power Dissipation Tj== 25°C; t=10us: PZSM max. 1.1 KW Operating Temperature: -—65°C to +175°C. Operating Junction Temperature: T' max. +200°C. Storage Temperature: Tstg —-65°C 0 +175°C. SPECIFICATIONS Electrical Characteristics Tj = 25°C unless otherwise specified. Forward voltage: lF=10 mA VF<O.9V WORKING VOLTAGE V; TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL BZVIIIS ... AT lz =1 mA COEFFICIENT Sz RESISTANCE rum Ale-lmA Ale=1mA MIN. NOM MAX MIN‘. TYP MAX c2v7 1,9 2,15 2,4 v —1 7 —o,6 mvf’c n c3v0 2,1 2,4 2,7 v —1 a —o,1s mV/°C $2 c3v3 2,4 2,75 3,0 v —1,9 70,5 mV/°C 9 CW6 2,7 3,0 3,3 v 72,05 70,5 mV/°C Q C3v9 3,0 3,3 3,6 v '2 4 ~05 mv/°c Q c4v3 3,3 3,6 3,9 v 42,25 ~05 mV/°C Q c4v1 3,7 4,1 4,3 v —20 —o,3 rnV/°C Q C5v1 4,3 4,65 5,0 v 419 70,3 rnV/°C Q CSVE: 4,9 5,3 5,7 v +14 0 mV/°C Q 66w 5,7 5,9 6,5 v +16 +30 mV/Oc 9 save 6,3 6,7 6,9 v +32 +3,7 mV/°C S2 C7V‘: 7,0 7,45 7,5 v +42 +59 mV/°C 9 (saw 7,8 8,1 5,5 v +50 +6,o mV/°C 9 C9V 8,65 9,0 9,5 V +60 +7,D mV/°C 9 C10 9,3 9,9 10,5 v * +66 +7,0 mV/OC ‘_ 9 C11 10,3 10,9 11,5 v +83 +90 mV/°C :2 C12 11,3 11,9 12,5 v +87 +92 mV/Oc S2 013 12,3 121,9 13,0 1/ +101 +11,1 mV/°C 9 C15 13,8 14,9 15,5 v +125 +13 mV/°C 9 C16 15,3 15,8 16,9 v +13 +14 mV/°C {2 C18 4 16,7 17,8 18,9 v +15 +165 mV/°c 9 C20 ' 16,7 19,8 21,0 v T + 17 +185 mV/°C {2 C22 20,6 21,8 23,1 v +19 + 21 mV/OC 51 C24 22,5 23,8 25,7 v + 21 + 2:: mV/°C 52 C27 24,7 26,6 28,5 v + 22 5 + 25 mV/OC S] C30 27,5 29,5 31 5 v +24 +29 mV/Oc (2 C33 29,5 2,5 34 5 v +26 +35 mV/°C Q BZYBIB, TZPD, TZPY EUROPEAN —TYPE ZENERS U 100 I'IGURE STATIC ZENER CHARACTERISTICS FIGURE 43 DYNAMIC ZENER CHARACTERISTICS FIGURE 3 TYPICAL FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 250C --typical values FIGURE 4A. DYNAMIC ZENER CHARACTERISTICS FIGURE 2. POWER DERATING CURVE 184 BZY88, TZPD, TZPY EUROPEAN —TYPE ZENERS ' ——r———'——'—1 WORKING TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL REVERSE VOLTAGE V; COEFFICIENT Sz RESISTANCE rdifl CURRENT IR Ale=5mA ATIz=5mA ATIz=5mA MIN. NOM. MAX. MIN. TYP. . TVP. MAX. AT Va = TVP. MAX. 2,5 2,7 2,9 v 74,0 72,2 70,6 mV/°c 80 120 S2 1 v 4 25 HA 2,8 3,0 3.2 v 74,5 72,4 70,6 mV/°c 84 120 S2 1 v 2 5 12A 3,1 3,3 3.5 v 74,0 72,3 70,5 mV/°c 86 110 Q 1 v 0,51 3,0 pA 3,4 3,6 3,8 v 73,5 72,0 7 0,5 mV/DC 76 105 Q 1 v 0,25 3,0 11A 3,7 3,9 4,1 v 72,5 72,05 70,5 mV/°c 76 100 Q 1 v 0,11 3,0 HA 4,0 4,3 4,6 v 72,5 71,8 70,5 mV/°c 70 90 S2 1 v 0,1 3,0 11A 4,4 4,7 5,0 v 72,0 71,55 0 mV/°c 62 85 S2 2 v 0,25 3,0 0A 4,8 5,1 5,4 v 71,75 .. 1,2 0 mV/°c 46 75 Q 2 v 0,15 1,0 pA 5,2 5,6 6,0 v 71,5 70,2 +1,0 mV/°C 22 55 Q 2 v 0,6 1,0 HA 5,8 6,2 6,6 v +0,5 + 2,0 +3,5 mV/OCL 7,0 27 Q 2 v 0,1 1,0 IJA 6,4 6,8 72 v +2,3 +32 +38 mV/°c 3,0 15 Q 3 v 0,025 1,0 11A 7,0 7,5 7,9 v +31 +42 +5,9 mV/°c 3,0 15 Q 3 v 15 500 nA 7,7 8,2 8,7 v +4,2 + 5,0 +6,0 mVIOC 3,5 20 Q 3 v 11 400 nA 8,5 9,1 9,6 v +4,8 +6,0 +7,0 mV/°c 4,75 25 Q 5 v 8 400 nA 9,4 10 10,6 v +6,o + 7,0 +7,5 mv/°Cl 5,0 25 S2 7 v 7 2,5 HA J 10,4 11 11,6 v +7,0 +8,7 +9,1 mV/DC 7,0 25 SI 7 v 7 2,5 [1A 11,4 12 12,7 v +8,5 +9,0 +96 mV/°c 8,0 35 (2 8V .. 2,5 HA 12,4 13 14,1 v +10 +10,5 +11,5 mV/°c 10 35 Q 9 v 7 2,5 pA 13,8 15 15,6 v +12 +12,5 +14 mV/°c 15 35 9 10V 7 2,5 “A 15,3 16 17,1 v +12 + 13 +14 mv/°c 20 40 12 10v 7 2,5 M 16,3 18 19,1 v + 14 +15 +18 mV/°c |_ 25 45 Q 13 v 7 2,5 ,uA 18,8 20 21,2 v +16 +17 +19 mV/OC 30 50 $1 14 v 7 2,5 IlA‘I 20,9 22 23,3 v +17 +19 +21 mV/°c 35 60 Q 15 v 7 2,5 HA 22,7 24 25,9 v + 20 + 21 +24 mV/‘k: 4o 75 S1 17 v 7 2,5 HA 25,1 27 28,9 v + 22 + 23,5 +27 mV/°c 50 85 El 19 v 7 2,5 MA 28 30 32 v + 2.5 + 26 +29 mV/°c 60 95 $2 21 17 2,5 11A 31 33 35 v + 27 + 28 +36 mV/°c L 75 120 Q 23 v 7 2,5 HA WORKING VOLTAGE Vz TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL azyss . ‘ . AT lz = 20 mA COEFFICIENT Sz RESISTANCE mm Ale=20mA AT Iz=ZlJmA MIN. NOM. IVIIN. TYP. MAX. TYP. MAX. 1 c2v7 3,0 3,25 v 73,5 72 4 70,6 mV/Oc 22 26 Q cave 3,3 3,6 v 73,5 7 2,5 70,6 mw°c 21 24 Q cava. 3,5 4 v —3,3 72,4 70,5 mV/°c 20 22 $2 czve 3,9 4,2 v 72,4 71,55 70,5 mV/DC 18 20 S2 cave 4,2 4,45 v 72,4 71,55 70,5 mV/°c 16 18 S2 c4v3 4,45 4,7 v 72,0 71,5 70,5 mV/Oc 16 17 $2 c4v7 4,9 5,1 v 715 70,85 0 mV/°C 15 17 $2 05v1 5,1 5,35 ., v 71,5 70,8 0 mV/Oc 7,0 11 Q C5V6 5,45 5,75 6,1 v 71,0 +1,0 +3,o mv/Oc 4,0 8,0 {2 cev2 5,95 6,4 ‘ v +1.0 + 2,2 +4,0 mV/OC 1,4 3,1 9 06v8 6,6 6,9 v + 2,8 +3,2 +3,8 mV/°c 1,3 3,0 :2 c7v5 7,2 7,65 v + 2,5 +4,2 + 5,9 mV/Oc 1,6 5,0 S2 C8V2 7,9 8,4 v +4,0 + 5,0 + 6,0 mV/°C 1,8 6,0 :2 saw 8,7 9,4 v + 5,0 +6,0 + 7,0 mV/°C 1,85 7,0 (2 CID 9,5 10,1 v +7,0 +7,3 +7,5 mV/Oc 2,0 8,0 52 011 10,5 11,1 11,8 v +8,5 +9.1 +95 mV/°C 3,0 10 S2 612 11,6 12,2 128 v + 8,9 +9,6 + 10,3 mV/Oc 3,5 25 fl C13 12,6 13,2 111,3 v +11 +11,5 +125 mV/°C 4,5 25 Q (:15 14,1 15,3 15,9 v +12 +13,5 +14,5 mV/°C 6,0 25 9 C16 15,6 16,3 1 4 v +13 +14 +15 mV/Oc 1 30 9 C18 17,2 18,4 6 v +15 +16 +18 mV/°C 12 30 Q 020 19,3 20,5 9 v + 17,5 + 18,5 + 20,5 mV/Oc 15 35 (2 C22 21,3 22,6 ,1 v +19 + 20,5 + 22,5 mV/°C 18 35 9 C24 23,3 24,7 ~,7 v +20 +23 + 25 mV/°C 20 40 52 C27 25,8 28,1 1 v +23 + 25,5 + 28 mV/OC 25 45 Q (:30 29,0 31,3 4 v + 25 +29 + 32 mV/Gc 35 50 Q (:33 32,0 34,5 ,6 v + 27 + 30 + 38 mV/Cc 45 60 Q j 185 BZY88, TZPD, 1I'ZPY EUROPEAIN -TYPE ZENERS TZPD ZEN‘ER (no-35 PACKAGE) TZPY ZENER (00741 PACKAGE) DEVICE TZPDZ] TZPDB TZPDSG TZPDS6 TZPDSQ TZPY39 TZPY43 TZPY4J TZPY5J TZPY56 ~(nu-qw TZPD43 TZPD47 TZPDSJ TZPDSB TZPDB2 TZPY62 TZPYGB TZPY75 TZPY82 TZPYBJ bNNNN TZPD68 TZPD75 TZPY1O TZPY11 TZPY12 TZPY18 TZPY15 TZPD82 TZPDQJ TZPD1O w m w w A TZPD11 TZPD12 TZPD13 TZPD15 TZPD16 TZPY16 TZPY18 TZPY2O TZPY22 TZPY24 TZPD18 TZPDZO TZPDZZ TZPD24 TZPDZ7 TZPY27 TZPY8O TZPY33 TZPY36 TZPY39 TZPD30 TZPDSO TZPY43 TZ PY47 TZPY51 TZPY56 TZPY62 TZPY68 TZPY75 TZPY82 TZPY91 TZPY1OO 186 ...
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