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Order this document SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNICAL DATA by MBRF1045/D The SWITCHMODE Power Rectifier employs the Schottky Barrier principle in Motorola Preferred Device a large area metal–to–silicon power diode. State–of–the–art geometry features epitaxial construction with oxide passivation and metal overlay contact. Ideally suited for use as rectifiers in very low–voltage, high–frequency switching power supplies, free wheeling diodes and polarity protection diodes. SCHOTTKY BARRIER RECTIFIER • Highly Stable Oxide Passivated Junction 10 AMPERES • Very Low Forward Voltage Drop 45 VOLTS • High Juncti...
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The SWITCHMODE Power Rectifier employs the Schottky Barrier principle in Motorola Preferred Device a large area metal–to–silicon power diode. State–of–the–art geometry features epitaxial construction with oxide passivation and metal overlay contact. Ideally suited for use as rectifiers in very low–voltage, high–frequency switching power supplies, free wheeling diodes and polarity protection diodes. SCHOTTKY BARRIER

RECTIFIER

• Highly Stable Oxide Passivated Junction 10 AMPERES • Very Low Forward Voltage Drop 45 VOLTS • High Junction Temperature Capability • High dv/dt Capability • Excellent Ability to Withstand Reverse Avalanche Energy Transients • Guardring for Stress Protection • Epoxy Meets UL94, VO at 1/8″ • Electrically Isolated. No Isolation Hardware Required. • UL Recognized File #E69369(1) 1 2 Mechanical Characteristics 1 • Case: Epoxy, Molded 2 • Weight: 1.9 grams (approximately) CASE 221E–01 • Finish: All External Surfaces Corrosion Resistant and Terminal ISOLATED TO–220 Leads are Readily Solderable • Lead Temperature for Soldering Purposes: 260°C Max. for 10 Seconds • Shipped 50 units per plastic tube • Marking: B1045 MAXIMUM RATINGS Rating Symbol Value Unit Peak Repetitive Reverse Voltage VRRM 45 Volts Working Peak Reverse Voltage VRWM DC Blocking Voltage VR Average Rectified Forward Current (Rated VR), TC = 135°C IF(AV) 10 Amps Peak Repetitive Forward Current IFRM 20 Amps (Rated VR, Square Wave, 20 kHz), TC = 135°C Non–repetitive Peak Surge Current IFSM 150 Amps (Surge applied at rated load conditions halfwave, single phase, 60 Hz) Peak Repetitive Reverse Surge Current (2.0 µs, 1.0 kHz) Figure 6 IRRM 1.0 Amp Operating Junction and Storage Temperature TJ, Tstg – 65 to +150 °C Voltage Rate of Change (Rated VR) dv/dt 10000 V/µs RMS Isolation Voltage (t = 1 second, R.H. ≤ 30%, TA = 25°C)(2) Per Figure 8 Viso1 4500 Volts Per Figure 9(1) Viso2 3500 Per Figure 10 Viso3 1500 THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS Maximum Thermal Resistance, Junction to Case RθJC 4.0 °C/W Lead Temperature for Soldering Purposes: 1/8″ from Case for 5 seconds TL 260 °C (1) UL Recognized mounting method is per Figure 9. (2) Proper strike and creepage distance must be provided. SWITCHMODE is a trademark of Motorola, Inc. Preferred devices are Motorola recommended choices for future use and best overall value. Rev1RMeoctotriofilea,r InDce. 1v9ic96e Data 1,

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Characteristic Symbol Max Unit Maximum Instantaneous Forward Voltage (3) vF Volts (iF = 20 Amp, TC = 25°C) 0.84 (iF = 20 Amp, TC = 125°C) 0.72 (iF = 10 Amp, TC = 125°C) 0.57 Maximum Instantaneous Reverse Current (3) iR mA (Rated DC Voltage, TC = 25°C) 0.1 (Rated DC Voltage, TC = 125°C) 15 (3) Pulse Test: Pulse Width = 300 µs, Duty Cycle ≤ 2.0% 100 100 70 70 50 TJ = 150°C 50 TJ = 150°C 30 100°C 30 100°C 20 25°C 20 25°C 10 1077553322110.7 0.7 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 1.4 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 1.4 vF, INSTANTANEOUS VOLTAGE (VOLTS) vF, INSTANTANEOUS VOLTAGE (VOLTS)

Figure 1. Maximum Forward Voltage Figure 2. Typical Forward Voltage

100 200 TJ = 150°C 10 125°C TJ = 125°C, VRRM MAY BE APPLIED BETWEEN EACH CYCLE OF SURGE 100°C 100 75°C 70 0.1 50 25°C 0.01 0.001 0 10 20 30 40 50 201235710 20 30 50 70 100 VR, REVERSE VOLTAGE (VOLTS) NUMBER OF CYCLES AT 60 Hz

Figure 3. Maximum Reverse Current Figure 4. Maximum Surge Capability

2 Rectifier Device Data I R, REVERSE CURRENT (mA) iF , INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD CURRENT (AMPS) I FSM , PEAK HALF-WAVE CURRENT (AMPS) iF , INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD CURRENT (AMPS), HIGH FREQUENCY OPERATION 1500 Since current flow in a Schottky rectifier is the result of majority carrier conduction, it is not subject to junction diode 1000 forward and reverse recovery transients due to minority carrier injection and stored charge. Satisfactory circuit 700 MAXIMUM analysis work may be performed by using a model consisting of an ideal diode in parallel with a variable capacitance. (See 500 Figure 5.)

TYPICAL

Rectification efficiency measurements show that operation will be satisfactory up to several megahertz. For example, 300 relative waveform rectification efficiency is approximately 70 percent at 2.0 MHz, e.g., the ratio of dc power to RMS power 200 in the load is 0.28 at this frequency, whereas perfect rectification would yield 0.406 for sine wave inputs. However, 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.512510 20 50 in contrast to ordinary junction diodes, the loss in waveform VR, REVERSE VOLTAGE (VOLTS) efficiency is not indicative of power loss; it is simply a result of reverse current flow through the diode capacitance, which Figure 5. Capacitance lowers the dc output voltage. +150 V, 10 mAdc 2.0 kΩ VCC 12 Vdc 12 V 100 D.U.T. + 4.0 µF 2N2222 2.0 µs 1.0 kHz

CURRENT

AMPLITUDE 2N6277100 ADJUST CARBON 0 – 10 AMPS 1.0 CARBON 1N5817 Figure 6. Test Circuit for dv/dt and Reverse Surge Current Rectifier Device Data 3 C, CAPACITANCE (pF),

TEST CONDITIONS FOR ISOLATION TESTS*

MOUNTED MOUNTED MOUNTED FULLY ISOLATED FULLY ISOLATED FULLY ISOLATED CLIP PACKAGE CLIP PACKAGE 0.107″ MIN PACKAGE 0.107″ MIN LEADS LEADS LEADS HEATSINK HEATSINK HEATSINK 0.110″ MIN

Figure 7. Clip Mounting Position Figure 8. Clip Mounting Position Figure 9. Screw Mounting Position

for Isolation Test Number 1 for Isolation Test Number 2 for Isolation Test Number 3 * Measurement made between leads and heatsink with all leads shorted together.

MOUNTING INFORMATION**

4–40 SCREW CLIP PLAIN WASHER

HEATSINK

COMPRESSION WASHER NUT HEATSINK 10a. Screw–Mounted 10b. Clip–Mounted

Figure 10. Typical Mounting Techniques

Laboratory tests on a limited number of samples indicate, when using the screw and compression washer mounting technique, a screw torque of 6 to 8 in . lbs is sufficient to provide maximum power dissipation capability. The compression washer helps to maintain a constant pressure on the package over time and during large temperature excursions. Destructive laboratory tests show that using a hex head 4–40 screw, without washers, and applying a torque in excess of 20 in . lbs will cause the plastic to crack around the mounting hole, resulting in a loss of isolation capability. Additional tests on slotted 4–40 screws indicate that the screw slot fails between 15 to 20 in . lbs without adversely affecting the package. However, in order to positively ensure the package integrity of the fully isolated device, Motorola does not recommend exceeding 10 in . lbs of mounting torque under any mounting conditions. **For more information about mounting power semiconductors see Application Note AN1040. 4 Rectifier Device Data,

PACKAGE DIMENSIONS

NOTES: 1. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ANSI –T– SEATING Y14.5M, 1982.PLANE 2. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: INCH. –B–

F C INCHES MILLIMETERS

DIM MIN MAX MIN MAX

S A 0.621 0.629 15.78 15.97 Q B 0.394 0.402 10.01 10.21U C 0.181 0.189 4.60 4.80

D 0.026 0.034 0.67 0.86

A F 0.121 0.129 3.08 3.27

G 0.100 BSC 2.54 BSC123H0.123 0.129 3.13 3.27

H J 0.018 0.025 0.46 0.64

K 0.500 0.562 12.70 14.27

K –Y– L 0.045 0.060 1.14 1.52

N 0.200 BSC 5.08 BSC Q 0.126 0.134 3.21 3.40 R 0.107 0.111 2.72 2.81

GJS0.096 0.104 2.44 2.64 N U 0.259 0.267 6.58 6.78R L STYLE 1: D2 PL PIN 1. CATHODE 2. N/A

0.25 (0.010) MBMY3. ANODE

CASE 221E–01 ISSUE O Rectifier Device Data 5

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