Dual Schottky Rectifier Passes High Currents

Feb. 3, 2005
With a forward current capability of 60A and a reverse voltage of 100V, the MBR60100CT Schottky rectifier is said to handle higher current than other rectifiers in the TO-220AB package. The device is intended for secondary rectification of ac/dc and

With a forward current capability of 60A and a reverse voltage of 100V, the MBR60100CT Schottky rectifier is said to handle higher current than other rectifiers in the TO-220AB package. The device is intended for secondary rectification of ac/dc and dc/dc converters. Other applications are as a freewheeling diode and polarity protection in power supplies in applications in computers, telecom exchanges, HDTV equipment and any system incorporating high-power switchmode supplies. The device can operate in 100W to 300W power systems. Forward voltage is specified at 0.64V and maximum reverse leakage current is 20 mA. The device can handle a forward surge current of 350A and a high-voltage rate of change of 10,000 V/µs. Price is $1 each/10,000. For more information, contact VISHAY INTERTECHNOLOGY INC., Malvern, PA. (619) 336-0860.

Company: VISHAY INTERTECHNOLOGY INC.

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