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Rectifiers
Solid State
Division
02601 Series
Anode
f fiICathode
I
JEOEC 00·26
L-391
1-A, 50-to-800-V
Fast-Recovery Silicon Rectifiers
General-Purpose Types for Medium-Current Applications
Features:
• Fast reverse-recovery time (tr,) -
0.5 liS max. (I FM = 20 A peak
see test circuit Fig. 13)
0.2 liS max. (IF = 1 A, IRM = 2 A max.,
see test circuit Fig. 14)
• Low overshoot current
• Low forward·voltage drop
• Low·thermal·resistance hermetic
package
~Package
50V
100V
200 V
400 V
600 V BOO V
00·26
D2601F D2601A 026018 026010 D2601M D2601N
--' (TA7B921 (TA7B931 ITA7894) (TA7B951
Numbers In parenlheses le.g. TA78921 are farmer RCA·Dw. Type numbers
RCA·D2601·series rectifiers are silicon diffused·junction·
types in an axial·lead hermetic package. They differ only in
their voltage ratings.
These devices feature fast recovery times (0.5 liS max. from
20 A peak) without the "snap" type of turn-off which could
result in the generation of transients.
Types D2601 A, B, D, F, M, and N are intended for use in
high-speed inverters, choppers, high-frequency rectifiers, "free-
wheeling" diode circuits, and other high·frequency applications.
MAXIMUM RTAINGS,Absolute-Max;mum Values:
REVERSE VOLTAGE:
REPETITIVE PEAK __ .. , ..•• , , • , ..•
NON-REPETITIVE PEAK ••••• , •• , , ••
FORWARO CURRENT:·
Conduction angle'" 180°, half·sine-wave
RMS ., , .... , •• , ...... , ... , , •....
Average ...........•..............
PEAK-5URGE INON·REPETITIVE)
CURR~NT:.
0
At Junction temperature (TJI ::: 150 C
For one-half cycle of applied voltage.
60 Hz (8,3 ms) .•• ,', .•• " •••••
For other durations •••..•...••.•.
PEAK (REPETITIVE) CURRENT .. ,.,',.
TEMPERATURE RANGE:
Storage ••..••••...•...•••.....•.•.
Operating (Junction) .•••....•••.•..•
LEAD TEMPERATURE (During Soldering):
At a distance of 1/8 in. (3.17 mml from
case for 10 s max••••.•..••...•.•..•
V RRM
V RSM
IFIRMS)
10
IFRM
T stg
TJ
TL
02601F
50
100
02601A
100
200
026018
200
300
026010
400
500
1.5
35
See Fig. 2
6
-40 to 165
40 to 150
225
• At lead temperature of 1000 C (measured at point of anode lead 1/8 in. 13.17 mm) from the case).
02601M 02601N
600 800
700 1000
V
V
A
A
A
A
°c
°c
o~
11-73
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
CHARACTERISTIC
SYMBOL
Reverse Current:
Static
For VRRM = Illax. rated value, IF = 0, TJ = 25°C ...... .
TJ = 100°C ..... .
Dynamic ...................................... .
Instantaneous Forward Voltage Drop:
At iF = 4 A, TJ = 25°C (See Fig. 3) ................. .
Reverse Recovery Time:
For circuit shown in Fig. 13, at IFM = 20 A,
-di F/dt = -20 A1p.s, plus duration = 2.Bp.s,
TC=25°C ................................... .
For circuit shown in Fig. 14, at IF = 1 A,
IRM = 2 max., TC = 25°C ....................... .
Thermal Resistance (Junction·to·Lead)" ............... .
IRM
vF
trr
ROJL
LIMITS
ALL TYPES
MIN. MAX.
15
250
See Fig. 9
1.9
UNITS
p.A
V
0.5 p.s
0.2
45 °C/W
• Measured at point on anode lead 1/8 in. (3.17 mm) from case
.5
0.75
~
~0.625
~
.!.
~ 0.5
"~
..~ 0,375
°
~ Q.25
REfERENCE POINT
FOR MEASUREMENT
OF THERMAL RESISTANCE
~I-P~ 1--1-1 HEAT
SINK
0.125
010203040506070
THERMAL RES1STANCE,JUNCTION-TO- LEAD IRSJll--t/W
92C5-24967
Fig. 1 - Average forward-power dissipation vs. lead temperature.
H - + - + + + - I2.5 JUNCTION TEMPERATURE (TJ 1=25"C
0.'
0.01
0.1 I
INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD CURRENT (IF J - A
10
92C5-17520
Fig. 3 - Forward-voltage drop V$. forward current.
;;; . JUNCTION TEMPERATURE (TJ) ·=l50·C
60
-Q:,:{\->1
......E.. "~iso r-
"'''' 83m•
~;: 40
~"0z''"z."§.,,'
§~
30
20
r-....
.........
...............
cr3!
"~f"Z' 10
--I-
0
6 8 10
- -:-
6 8100.
SURGE- CURRENT DURATION --CYCLES
92CS-17519
Fig. 2 - Peak-surge (non·repetitive) forward current vs. surge-current
duration.
,.
FOR UNIT WITH TYPICAL FORWARD
I VOLTAGE DROP
~ SWITCHING LOSSES NEGLECTED
..!!,..
CURRENT WAVEFORM
Z
Q
f
!2
o../""'LJ"""\..
~,~--l
'FM
:";':
~
0-"
I ..:tI
I?
~~~~ ;70~ ...
...,<O·~ :k'f~ o·~
~ ~~
it 0
1.5-A
(RMS)lIMIT
0.1
2 34
5G
PEAK FORWARD CURRENT (I FM ) - A
92CS-17521
Fig. 4 - Average forward power dissipation as a function of peak
current Bnd duty fsetor for units with typical forward
voltage drop.
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FOR UNIT WITH MAXIMUM FORWARD
VOLTAGE DROP
ClRRENT WAVEFORM
SWITCHING LOSSES NEGLECTED
0..f'\....J'C IFM
.0.:.
is
t't~~
i
~2
C
i \~"~~i~~...
I
II F'~-~
~'!).,.
~- . (RM1S)0L1-M' IT
0:1-
t
0.\
ilo i-t-i
PEAK FORWARD CURRENT (IFM,-A
92CS-17522
Fig. 5 - Average forward power dissipation as a function ofpeak
current and duty factor for unitt with maximum forward
voltage drop.
FOR UNIT WITH MAXIMUM FORWARD l±f::±t:t±ti:ti:U=!".t-ttt11
~~~I~G D~g;SES NEGLECTED ~~+t-~;lt.t! ~;
...._ ...l-;......;. • ~ 1 •.
o 2 34
PEAK FORWARD CURRE~T IIFM) - A
92CS-17524
Fig. 7 - Average forward power dissipation as a function ofpeak
current and duty factor for units with maximum forward
voltage drop.
FOR UNIT WITH TYPICAL FORWARD
VOLTAGE DROP
SWITCHING LOSSES NEGLECTED
CURRENT WAVEFORM
.
t?Jro
{O'
O'
L5-A (RMS) LIMIT
PEAK FORWARD CURRENT (IFM)-A
9ZCS-ll!1U
Fig. 6 - Average forward power dissipation as a fUnction of peak
current and duty factor for units with typical forward
voltage drop.
II REFERENCE POINT FOR
MEASUREMENT OF LEAD
TEMPERATURE: 118" FROM CASE
I';. 0.55 PULSE REPETITION RATE" GO
PULSES Is
,EQ50t-rn- ! I '~".- I
r"Mfr-J++:+'t"--"+~,-~lL+.,_t~-,-,....+- 11+,•'
H
.
-
t
.
.
t-+,~
--!H-t-1+-t
~ ,-.,..!+-
W.
' ; ' -~ct-;:- H;j;I'I=t~ :::::-It
~ 0.4SMt- h~· ~ --+r--
. . r-
~
~0.40
~ t-~--·-+
~.:. 0.35
Cl: Q 30
0.25
o
I IRMIREC)-MT
l-2.8f'oS -I!rr~
25 50 75 100 125 150
LEAD TEMPERATURE (TL1-DC
92C$-17!5Z!5
Fig. 8 - Typical variation of reverse-recovery time with
lead temperawre.
..
1
:~f 4.5
REFERENCE POINT FOR MEASUREMENT
OF LEAD TEMPERATURE: lIS- FROM
CASE. PULSE REPETITION RATE. 60
PULSES/.
!z
~ 4.0
B
53.5
r8
o
20A
lOA
~ 2.5
2,0
o
25 50 75 100
LEAD TEMPERATURE (TL) -"C
9ZCS-I1526
Fig. 9 - Reverse-recovery current lIS. lead temperawre.
'00 PEAK FORWARD CURRENT {IFM)·IOA
RECTANGULAR-PULSE DURATION{tpl"30p.s
~
a.~
'0
~
r - - r-~~
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE ~ W
§~
ITJ)o,OO'C - -
w!"'~':"iI ~
.~
~
0'
0.1
n _50'
~O. I
II
10
100
RATE OF DESCENT OF FORWARD CURRENT {-di.F/dU-Al,us
92CS-17!527
Fig. 70 - Peak revene-recovery current VI. rate of dsscen t of
forward current.
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100 ·RECTANGULAR-PULSE DURATION ttpJ. 30 fls
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE ITJI "'150°C
I
t10
<I
~~-.7'i~~1
ol.,,~,,.<,;'I-~V
~
~I
~o',li-"r
ro~'"
V
"h -"
V
0.1
0.1
10 100
RATE OF DESCENT OF fORWARD CURRENT (-di.F/dll-A/fLs
nC$-11528
Fig. 11 - Peak reverse-recovery current V$. rate of descent
of forward current.
10 RECTANGULAR-PULSE DURATION It pl· 30 p.s
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE (TJ )=150·C
rg I
'9"
§
~
J.,
w Eo.1
~~~...£~'".
II
II
I,~.,,;,;0I;r·
-- -c.~~~"-"'~
~~~~
.~
~V
IA
0.1 A
0.01
0.1 10 100
RATE OF DESCENT OF FORWARD CURRENT(-dlF/dtl- A/Ji-s
Fig. 12 - Reverse-recovered charge vs. rate of descent of
forward current.
ISOLATION
TRANSFORMER
,1W5
RCA
IN3194
OR
RCA
012018
AMPLITUDE
0-130 V
AC
lt RECTIFIER
UNDER TEST
0.5f<F
RCA
0260lN
50tNI)
R.
Q.I(Nl)
J **soon OUTPUT
TO OSCILLOSCOPE
(WITH RISE
TIME ~ 0.01 ,uS)
7.5 K
2W
RCA DIAe
TYPE 03202U
IK
TRIGGER
] SIGNAL TO
OSCILLOSCOPE
NOTES:
ALL RESISTANCE VALUES ARE IN OHMS.
RM : MONITORING RESISTOR
OSCILLOSCOPE DISPLAY OF REVERSE-RECOVERY TIME
* - ADJUST FOR CURRENT WAVEFORM SHOWN AT LEFT
** UNITS INTERCONNECTED WITH RG -5BU CABLE WITH
soon TERMINATING RESISTOR AT INPUT
TERMINALS OF OSCILLOSCOPE.
92CM-I7J92R3
Fig. 13 - Test circuit (pulsed sine wave) for measurement of reverse-recovery time.
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File No. 723 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 02601 Series
10K
2W
117 V
60 Hz
3011
RI 50 W
(NI)
C. P. CLARE
HPG 1002
30 V DC
(CONSTANT VOLTAGE
SUPPLY)
R2
o-+---~~-t---~~~~-
SO-n OUTPUT
TO OSCILLOSCOPE··
(WITH RISE
TIME:!: 0.01 ,...5)
CONSTANT
VOLTAGE SUPPLY
I ADJUST FOR I A DC
THROUGH RECTIFIER
UNDER TEST-APPROX. 30 V)
** UNITS INTERCONNECTED WITH RG-58U CABLE WITH
so-n TERMINATING RESISTOR AT INPUT
TERMINALS OF OSCILLOSCOPE
RI SELECTED TO GIVE MAXIMUM
lRM NO GREATER THAN 2 A
(APPROXIMATELY 1.4 n)
R2 I .a,IOW NON-INDUCTIVE OR TEN
to n. 1 W. I "I. CARBON COMPOSITION RESISTORS
CONNECTED IN PARALLEL
92.CM·Z2179AI
OSCILLOSCOPE DISPLAY OF REVERSE-RECOVERY TIME
Fig. 14 - Test circuit (pulsed de) for measurement of reverse-recovery time.
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