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RCLAMP0521PATCT - 

TVS Diode, RailClamp Series, Bidirectional, 5 V, 25 V, SLP1006P2, 2 Pins

SEMTECH RCLAMP0521PATCT

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Manufacturer:
SEMTECH SEMTECH
Manufacturer Part No:
RCLAMP0521PATCT
Newark Part No.:
84R7491
Product Range
RailClamp Series
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Information

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5V
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11V
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25V
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-
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Tape & Reel
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Bidirectional
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SLP1006P2
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6V
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2Pins
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100W
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RailClamp Series
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Product Overview

The RailClamp series ultra-low capacitance TVS Array designed to protect high speed data interfaces. It is specifically designed to protect sensitive components which are connected to high-speed data and transmission lines from overvoltage caused by ESD (electrostatic discharge), CDE (Cable Discharge Events) and EFT (electrical fast transients). The device has a typical capacitance of only 0.50pF (pin 1 to 2), used on circuits operating in excess of 3GHz without signal attenuation. It is used to meet the ESD immunity requirements of IEC 61000-4-2, level 4 (±15kV air, ±8kV contact discharge). Each device can be configured to protect 1 bidirectional line or two unidirectional lines. It is designed for use in applications where board space is at a premium. The combination of small size, low capacitance and high level of ESD protection makes them a flexible solution for applications such as HDMI, MDDI, antenna circuits, Automatic Test Equipment, USB 2.0 and InfiniBand circuits.
  • Designed to replace polymer TVS
  • Protects up to two I/O lines
  • <1pF Ultra-Low capacitance
  • No insertion loss to >3.0GHz
  • Low leakage current and clamping voltage
  • Solid-state silicon-avalanche technology
  • -55 to 125°C Operating temperature range

Applications

Computers & Computer Peripherals, Communications & Networking, Imaging, Video & Vision, RF Communications, Sensing & Instrumentation, Power Management, Industrial, Multimedia

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