This component is designed to be used as a rectifier and freewheeling/clamping diode in various automobile switching power supply and other power switching applications.
An “ultrafast” classification is commonly given to rectifiers created to surpass the standard rectifier recovery by being more than fifty times faster. A “fast” rectifier normally recovers ten times faster than a standard rectifier.
Specifically designed diodes called rectifiers change alternating current (AC) into direct current. This is a crucial step because direct current flows continuously in a single direction, making it easy to control, whereas alternating current can occasionally reverse direction.
The Global Hyperfast rectifier market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Modern hyper-quick recovery rectifiers with optimal forward voltage drop and hyper-quick recovery times.
The best overall performance, toughness, and reliability qualities are guaranteed by the planar structure and the platinum doped life time control.
These components are designed to function as freewheeling diodes or in the PFC boost stage in the AC/DC section of SMPS inverters. They minimise switching losses and lower over-dissipation in the switching element and snubbers because to their highly optimised stored charge and low recovery current.
Some characteristics are rapid rate of recuperation. Maximum operational junction temperature is 175 °C. Qrr and soft recovery were minimised by low forward voltage drop. minimal leakage current A normal height of 1.3 mm indicates a very low profile. ideal for installation via automation.
Passivation of polyimide for high reliability standards. meets J-STD-020 MSL level 1 with an LF maximum peak temperature of 260 °C. Meets JESD 201 class 2 whisker test and is AEC-Q101 qualified.
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