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Announcing the launch of the A Series high speed 600 V fast recovery diodes

Mar. 29, 2019

1.Overview

Fast recovery diodes (hereinafter "FRD") are required to have high speed and low loss for use in power circuits.
The A Series is a FRD with a low loss withstand voltage of 600 V compared to existing high speed FRD (U Series). It is mounted on a Shindengen original FR package, similar to the TO-252 package, in order to achieve high density, large current (10 and 15 A), and high IFSM withstand capacity.

2.Features

  • Reduction of Vf (Approximately 30%) and improvement of IFSM withstand capacity (40% Improvement) while still maintaining high speed
  • High withstand voltage: VRRM = 600 V
  • Large current: IF(AV) = 10, 15 A
  • Package: similar to JEDEC TO-252 (house name: FR)
  • AEC-Q101 compliant
  • Fig1-1. Comparison (of recovery characteristics) with U Series
  • Fig1-2. Comparison (of VF-IF characteristics) with U Series
  • Fig1-3. Comparison (of IFSM withstand capacity ratio) with (U Series)
  • Fig2. Comparison with the products of other companies

3.Product specifications

Products name IF(AV) VRRM VF(max) trr(max) IR(max) External appearance

NEW D10FR60LA

10A 600V 2.1V 28ns 10µA Similar to TO-252類似(FR)
NEW D15FR60LA 15A 600V 2.1V 30ns 10µA
Under development SF20L60LAM (Provisional) 20A 600V 2.1V※ 35ns※ 10µA SC-91(FTO-220A)

※:Under assessment

4.Factory Location

Lumphun Shindengen Co., Ltd. Etc.

5.Availability

Available from Mar.2019

6.Contact information

Notes

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* The contents listed are as of Mar 29, 2019

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