Power Rectifiers. S40C45CL Datasheet
Switchmode Schottky Barrier Power Rectifiers
Using the Schottky Barrier principle with high temperature operation metal.
The properitary barrier technology allows for reliable operation up to 150℃
junction temperature. Typical application are in switching Mode Power
Supplies such as adaptators, Photovoltaic Solar cell protection,free-
wheeling and polarity protection diodes.
＊Ultra Low Forward Voltage.
＊Low Switching noise.
＊High Current Capacity
＊Low Power Loss & High efficiency.
＊150℃ Operating Junction Temperature
＊Low Stored Charge Majority Carrier Conduction.
＊Plastic Material used Carries Underwriters Laboratory
Flammability Classification 94V-O
＊In compliance with EU RoHs 2002/95/EC directives
Peak Repetitive Reverse Voltage
Working Peak Reverse Voltage
DC Blocking Voltage
RMS Reverse Voltage
Average Rectifier Forward Current
Total Device (Rated VR), TC=100℃
Peak Repetitive Forward Current
(Rate VR, Square Wave, 20kHz)
Non-Repetitive Peak Surge Current (Surge applied at
rate load conditions halfware, single phase, 60Hz)
Operating and Storage Junction Temperature Range
TJ , Tstg
-65 to +150
Maximum Thermal Resistance junction to case
Maximum Instantaneous Forward Voltage ( per diode )
( IF =0.1 Amp TC = 25℃)
( IF =10 Amp TC = 25℃)
( IF =20 Amp TC = 25℃)
Maximum Instantaneous Reverse Current
( Rated DC Voltage, TC = 25℃)
( Rated DC Voltage, TC = 100℃)
Min Typ. Max.
--- 0.22 0.26
--- 0.41 0.45
--- 0.48 0.52
A 14.68 15.32
B 9.78 10.42
C 5.02 6.52
D 13.06 14.62
E 3.57 4.07
F 2.42 2.66
G 1.12 1.36
H 0.72 0.96
I 4.22 4.98
J 1.14 1.38
K 2.20 2.98
L 0.33 0.55
M 2.48 2.98
O 3.70 3.90
FIG-1 FORWARD CURRENT DERATING CURVE
CASE TEMPERATURE (℃)
FIG-3 TYPICAL REVERSE CHARACTERISTICS
REVERSE VOLTAGE (Volts)
FIG-5 PEAK FORWARD SURGE CURRENT
FIG-2 TYPICAL FORWARD CHARACTERISITICS
FORWARD VOLTAGE (Volts)
FIG-4 TYPICAL JUNCTION CAPACITANCE
REVERSE VOLTAGE (Volts)
NUMBER OF CYCLES AT 60 Hz
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