HSMBJSAC6.0

Manufacturer Part NumberHSMBJSAC6.0
ManufacturerMicrosemi Corporation
HSMBJSAC6.0 datasheet
 


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S C O T T S D A L E D I V I S I O N
DESCRIPTION
ransient voltage suppressor (TVS) series rated at 500
The HSMBJSAC t
Watts provides an added rectifier element as shown in Figure 4 to achieve
low capacitance in applications for data or signal lines. The low capacitance
rating of less than 30 pF may be used for protecting higher frequency
applications in inductive switching environments or electrical systems
involving secondary lightning effects per IEC61000-4-5 as well as
RTCA/DO-160D or ARINC 429 for airborne avionics.
protection is needed, two HSMBJSAC devices in anti-parallel configuration
are required as shown in Figure 6. With their very fast response time, they
also provide ESD and EFT protection per IEC61000-4-2 and IEC61000-4-4
respectively.
IMPORTANT: For the most current data, consult MICROSEMI’s website:
FEATURES
Unidirectional low-capacitance TVS series (for
bidirectional see Figure 6)
Suppresses transient up to 500 Watts Peak Pulse
Power @ 10/1000 µs
Improved performance in low capacitance of 30 pF
Economical small plastic surface mount with robust axial
subassembly package
Optional 100% screening for avionics grade is
available by adding MA prefix to part number for added
o
100% temperature cycle -55
C to +125
as surge (3X) and 24 hours HTRB with post test V
Options for screening in accordance with MIL-PRF-
19500 for JAN, JANTX, and JANTXV are also available
by adding MQ, MX, or MV prefixes respectively to part
number, e.g. MXHSMBJSAC5.0, MVHSMBJSAC18, etc.
Moisture classification is Level 1 with no dry pack
required per IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020B
Also available in axial-leaded packages with part
numbers (SAC5.0 thru SAC50)
RoHS Compliant devices available by adding “e3” suffix
MAXIMUM RATINGS
Peak Pulse Power Dissipation at 25
10/1000 μs with repetition rate of 0.01% or less*
Steady State Power Dissipation*: 2.5 Watts @ T
o
=+75
C
Clamping Speed (0 volts to V
(BR)
nanoseconds.
Operating and Storage Temperature: -65
o
Solder temperatures: 260
C for 10 s maximum
* TVS devices are not typically used for dc power dissipation and are instead operated < V
that briefly drive the device into avalanche breakdown (V
protection details in rated peak pulse power for unidirectional and bidirectional configurations respectively.
Copyright © 2007
10-20-2007 REV H
8700 E. Thomas Rd. PO Box 1390, Scottsdale, AZ 85252 USA, (480) 941-6300, Fax: (480) 947-1503
HSMBJSAC5.0 thru HSMBJSAC75, e3
500 WATT LOW CAPACITANCE
TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SUPPRESSOR
If bidirectional
http://www.microsemi.com
APPLICATIONS / BENEFITS
Low Capacitance for data-line protection to 10 MHz
Protection for aircraft fast data rate lines per select
waveforms in RTCA/DO-160D (see MicroNote 130
for Waveform 4 and 5A capability) & ARINC 429
with bit rates of 100 kb/s (per ARINC 429, Part 1,
par. 2.4.1.1)
ESD and EFT protection per IEC61000-4-2 and
IEC61000-4-4 respectively
Secondary lightning protection per IEC61000-4-5
with 42 Ohms source impedance:
o
C (10X) as well
Class 1: HSMBJSAC5.0 to HSMBJSAC75
& I
Z
R
Class 2: HSMBJSAC5.0 to HSMBJSAC45
Class 3: HSMBJSAC5.0 to HSMBJSAC22
Class 4: HSMBJSAC5.0 to HSMBJSAC10
Secondary lightning protection per IEC61000-4-5
with 12 Ohms source impedance
Class 1: HSMBJSAC5.0 to HSMBJSAC26
Class 2: HSMBJSAC5.0 to HSMBJSAC15
Class 3: HSMBJSAC5.0 to HSMBJSAC7.0
MECHANICAL AND PACKAGING
o
C: 500 Watts @
CASE: Void Free Transfer Molded Thermosetting
Plastic package meeting UL94V-0
FINISH: Tin-Lead or RoHS Compliant matte-Tin
L
plating solderable per MIL-STD-750, method 2026
POLARITY: Cathode (TVS) Marked with Band
Min.) less than 5
MARKING: Part number without HSMBJ prefix (ie.
o
o
SAC5.0, SAC5.0e3, etc)
C to +150
C
WEIGHT: 0.1 Grams (Approx.)
See package dimensions on last page
to V
region) of the TVS element. Also see Figures 5 and 6 for further
BR
C
Microsemi
Scottsdale Division
APPEARANCE
DO-214AA
See package notes
(rated standoff voltage) except for transients
WM
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