Surge Absorber. CP5150 Datasheet

CP5150 Absorber. Datasheet pdf. Equivalent

Part CP5150
Description Silicon Surge Absorber
Feature www.DataSheet4U.com Silicon Surge Absorber ZP/CP Series RSSA The silicon surge absorber is availabl.
Manufacture Okaya Electric Industries
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CP5150
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Silicon Surge Absorber ZP/CP Series
RSSA
The silicon surge absorber is available in five series
that support the countermeasure against a wide range of
surges from low to high, including electrostatic discharges
and lightning surges. The device may also be used as a
constant voltage device where high voltage or high power
is required.
„ Features
Fast response to rapid surges (10-12 sec).
Almost no performance degradation against
repetitive surges.
Very low internal resistance during operation.
Very small leak current.
Mesa chip design provides high invulnerability to
impulse surges.
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DC/CD
Converter
a) Protection Against Switching Surge
Device
b) Protection of DC/CD Converter
Device
c) Protection of Interface RS485A from Lighting Surge
(Surge Absorber-Composite Surge Protector)
e) Protection of Data Line (Arrayed Surge Absorbers)
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CP5150
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Silicon Surge Absorber ZP/CP Series
„ Electrical Characteristics
BVreoaltakgdeowatnwVhioclhtaagveala(VncBhR)e current may begin to
flow, normally the voltage between the surge
absorber’s leads when 1mA of current is applied.
SAtamndaoxifmf Vumoltvaoglteag(eVt(hR)aStOc)an be applied to the surge
absorber continuously.
Voltage vs. Current Characteristics
of Model CP (Two-way type)
RAevmearsxiemLumeackuargreentCfluorwrienngtth(Ir(oRu)SgOh) the surge
absorber when the standoff voltage is applied to the
surge absorber.
Peak Surge
A maximum
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flow
through
the
surge absorber, but not repetitively. The waveform in
the table is 8/20µsec.
Peak Clamp
A maximum
vVooltaltgaegetha(Vt mCLamyaxb.)e
generated
between
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current is applied to the surge absorber.
Voltage vs. Current Characteristics
of Model ZP (One-way type)
Maximum Allowable
(P(R)SM max.)= (VCL )max. x
(PI(oR)wSMemrax(.)P(R)SM
max.)
Typical Capacitance between Absorber’s Leads vs. Breakdown Voltage
Zero Bias (f=100kHz)
Breakdown Voltage (V)
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