3rd Generation Schottky for Mobility Applications
Electronic systems for Mobility and Automotive embraces various applications such as powertrain, chassis control, body electronics, exterior and interior lighting or battery management of full electric vehicles. One of the common challenges in mobility electronic systems are the demand for power efficient, miniaturized and AEC-Q101 grade components made by innovative technology.
Our actual -3G Schottky portfolio includes Rectifier Diodes with (Very) Low Forward Voltage Drop, reverse voltages from 20V to 45V and forward current ratings from 0.5A to 30A. A new flyer shows dedicated Schottky Diodes for Mobility Applications.
3rd Generation Schottky for Industrial Applications
The Industrial Electronics embraces diverse applications, which are upgraded on a daily basis with new, intelligent and safer technologies. One of the common challenges in such industrial electronic systems are the demand for power efficient, miniaturized industrial grade components made by innovative technology.
The actual -3G Schottky portfolio includes Rectifier Diodes with Very Low Forward Voltage Drop, reverse voltages from 20V to 45V and forward current ratings from 0.5A to 30A. Our new leaflet shows dedicated Schottky Diodes for Industrial Applications.
Demo Board 3990 CLD + Shunt Regulator
2-in-1 Demo Board 3990
Demo 1: Driving a Signal LED on 6 to 60V with just one CLD
Demo 2: Power Supply/Voltage Reference for µControllers etc with CLD + Shunt Regulator
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.
Comparison between Melf and SMA package
The differences between Melf and SMA (Flatpack) outline
DBI25 Three Phase Bridges stay "cool" under load and fulfill surge requirements of EN61000-4-5
Free-Wheeling Diodes for Inductive-Load Switches in Motors and Relays
Cost Effective Driving of Standard LEDs from 10VDC up to 110/230VAC with Current Limiting Diodes - and no flicker!
1~ and 3~ Bridge Rectifier Fundamentals
Thermal Measurements on Bypass Diodes