Silicon Planar Power Zener Diodes. Standard Zener voltage tolerance 5 % for "A" suffix.
Case: DO-35 Glass Case Weight: approx. 130 mg Packaging codes/options: / 10k per 13 " reel, 30k/box TAP / 10k per Ammo tape (52 mm tape), 30k/box
Tamb = 25 �C, unless otherwise specified Parameter Zenner current (see Table "Characteristics") Power dissipationTL is measured that leads at a distance 3/8 " from case are kept at ambient temperature
Tamb = 25 �C, unless otherwise specified Parameter Thermal resistance junction to ambient air Maximum junction temperature Storage temperature rangeValid provided that leads at a distance 3/8 " from case are kept at ambient temperature
The Zener impedance is derived from the 1 kHz AC voltage which results when an AC current having an RMS value equal % of the Zener current (IZT) is superimposed on IZT.Zener impedance is measured at two points to insure a sharp knee on the breakdown curve and to eliminate unstable units.
Valid provided that leads at a distance 3/8 " from case are kept at ambient temperature. Measured with device junction in thermal equilibrium.Standard Glass Case A 2 DIN 41880 JEDEC DO 35 Weight max. 0.3g
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