New Online Videos +++ Contactless Charging +++ Smart Meter +++ Automotive
Taylor made Schottky diodes allow for faster charging times at contactless charging while in parallel they can prolong the standby time of the battery:
Avalanche diodes, snubber networks and a design idea to supply µControllers by a constant-current-source and a shunt-regulator shows our video about SmartMeter:
Automotive applications where Diotec products are used shows this video:
PCN032: Change of Package MUR420 ... MUR460
Change of case outline of MUR420 ... MUR460 into DO-201.
Short Leadtimes +++ Precision Shunt Regulator +++ Application Note Smart Meter +++ Spice Models and Step Files
Diotec offers many of its production range from stock or with a typical four to six weeks lead time. Just email us your requests and let us check how we can support your needs!
The MMTL431A is an Adjustable Shunt Regulator in SOT-23. It features a precise voltage reference with +/-0.7% and allows for constant voltage adjustment from 2.48V up to 36V at curents from 1mA to 100mA. Samples can be ordered here.
We provide close-to-reality SPICE Models for circuit simulation as well as STEP files for CAD modelling in 3D: Ask our Technical Support.
Products for Smart Meter
The need for 1600V input rectifiers and why avalanche diodes at this place must have less than 2000V. Power supply of the Microcontroller using shunt regulator MMTL431A.
PCIM Europe +++ Selection Guide Edition 25 +++ Video about Protectifiers(R)
At PCIM Europe in Nuremberg we presented for the first time our new Selection Guide "Silver Edition" 25. This complete overview of Diotec's product portfolio comes in the new, handy A4 booklet format and offers an application page including QR codes for download of product videos. You can order the Selection Guide here.
Even proven things require sometimes a small "freshening up". The reworked Diotec website can now be used comfortably on your smartphone or other mobile devices. Try it out!
The Third Edition of our online video presentation series explains the need for free-wheeling diodes in battery powered tools and why Protectifiers® are the better choice compared to Schottky diodes.
Protectifiers(R): Ideal Free-Wheeling Diodes
See the working principle of Free-Wheeling Diodes in Battery Powered Tools and learn why Protectifiers(R) are here the better choice compared to Schottky rectifiers:
ESD Protection Device +++ Video about LED Driver +++ 5000W TVS in SMC
electronica in Munich Diotec presented for the first time to the public the ESD Protection Diode ESD5Z. It comes in the ultra small SOD-523 package and offers ESD protection up to 30kV. Available parts have stand-off voltages of 3.3V, 5.0V and 12V.
The Second Edition of our online video presentation series addresses designers of LED Drivers for smart lighting applications. The video will be presented live at our stand A5.417. Visitors can further take flyers with printed-on QR codes and watch all of our videos any time on their mobile devices.
We start a new series of TVS diodes in SMC package with peak pulse power of 5000W at 10/1000µs pulses. First available are the bidirectional 5.0SMCJ24CA, and the two unidirectional versions 5.0SMCJ28A and 5.0SMCJ30A.
Diotec Products for LED Driver
How CLDs can drive LED arrays flicker-free and which parts are of advantage for power LED drivers:
Three Phase Bridge DBI25-18A
How Electric Vehicles can be charged reliably and Industrial Power Supplies operated safely:
Online Video about EV Chargers +++ New: MUR460L +++ Difference Melf to SMA
In the First Video Edition you will learn how electric vehicles can be charged reliably by means of the DBI25-18A. These bridge rectifiers are further interesting for industrial power supplies operated on worldwide mains.
During electronica India in Bangalore we presented for the first time to the public the Superfast Efficient Rectifier MUR460L. This 4A/600V axial lead diode with optimized price/performance ratio comes with a trr of only 50ns at a forward voltage of 1.28V. It is used e. g. for the output rectification at very high frequencies.
Our Application Note shows at a glance the different outlines and explains, why Melf is better suited for high power ratings and the flatpack SMA for thermal cycle loads.