A Transient Voltage Suppressor (TVS) is a generic word for an electronic component module that mitigates a sudden voltage rise or transient. Transient voltage, particularly after lightning strikes, can reach thousands of volts almost fast and with a large current flowing via power or communication cables.
When there is a risk of a transient incident damaging the PCB, transient voltage suppressors are required.
The Global Surface mount transient voltage suppressors 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.
The 5.0SMDJ series is specifically designed to shield sensitive electronic equipment from voltage transients caused by lightning and other transient voltage phenomena. In order to maximise board area for surface-mounted applications, Low leaking, Unidirectional and bidirectional unit, Passivated glass junction, Inductance is low.
Excellent clamping power, Peak power capability of 5000W at 10 1000s waveform Repetition, duty cycle rate:0.01%, From 0 Volts to VBR min, response time is often less than 1.0ps. Above 25V, the typical IR is less than 5A. 260°C/40 seconds at terminals for high-temperature soldering. Low inductance, high clamping capability From 0 Volts to VBR min, the response time is often less than 1.0ns.
Integrated strain alleviation, Passivated junction made of glass 260°C/40 seconds at terminals for high temperature soldering Lead-free matte tin plating, halogen-free, and RoHS compliant
The popular MAX Power TVS Series has a new member, according to MDE Semiconductor, Inc., a maker of transient voltage suppression devices specifically created to shield electronic systems from the damaging effects of lightning, electrostatic discharge (ESD), and inductive switching.
The clamping characteristics of the MAX20KA-CELL Series MAX Power TVS Diodes are superior to those of conventional silicon avalanche diode (SAD) technology. The MAX20KA-CELL Series is a cutting-edge package design that provides surface mount TVs with the greatest power rating (820s waveform) currently available on the market. These TVS diodes are RoHS Compliant and Halogen Free certified.
The first Power Transient Voltage Suppressor (PTVS) product families in the market have been made available by Bourns, Inc. in the small DFN package (8 mm x 6 mm x 2.5 mm). The Bourns PTVS1 and PTVS2 surface mount series offer reliable ESD protection in order to satisfy the rising need for high surge current solutions while also assisting designers in conserving priceless PCB board space.
Eight part numbers are offered in the new Model PTVS1-xxxC-H high current PTVS diode series, which has a maximum standoff voltage range of 22 V to 86 V. Compared to current PTVS devices, which are often only offered in large over-molded or through-hole packages, it is providing designers with a significantly smaller alternative with the same level of protection.
For use in automotive, industrial, and telecom applications, Vishay Intertechnology has unveiled a new line of surface-mount TRANSZORB bidirectional transient voltage suppressors (TVS) in the SMC (DO-214AB) package.
The SMC3KxxxCAHM3 A series devices have a high-surge capacity of 3 kW at 10/1000 s to satisfy the requirements of ISO 16750-2 Pulse b. They also offer low leakage current down to 1 A from 22 to 120 V and high-temperature operation to +175 °C.
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