CATALOGO TIRISTOR

CATALOGO TIRISTOR
Thyristor
Product
Catalog
Teccor Electronics
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United States of America
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Teccor Electronics reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to improve designs and to supply the best products possible.
The information in this catalog has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate and reliable; however, no liability of any type
shall be incurred by Teccor for the use of the circuits or devices described in this publication. Furthermore, no license of any patent
rights is implied or given to any purchaser.
Teccor Electronics is the proprietor of the QUADRAC® trademark.
is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. All other brand names may be trademarks of their respective companies. To conserve space in this catalog, the
trademark sign (®) is omitted.
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Contents
Product Selection Guide
Product Descriptions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - vi
Circuit Requirement Diagram - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - vii
Product Packages - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - viii
Description of Part Numbers- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - x
Quality and Reliability Assurance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - xii
Standard Terms and Conditions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - xiv
Data Sheets
V-I Characteristics of Thyristor Devices - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E0-2
Electrical Parameter Terminology - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E0-3
Electrical Specifications
Sensitive Triacs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E1
Triacs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E2
QUADRACs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E3
Alternistor Triacs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E4
Sensitive SCRs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E5
SCRs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E6
Rectifiers - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E7
Diacs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E8
SIDAC - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E9
Mechanical Specifications
Package Dimensions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - M1
Lead Form Dimensions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - M2
Packing Options - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - M3
Application Notes
Fundamental Characteristics of Thyristors - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - AN1001
Gating, Latching, and Holding of SCRs and Triacs - - - - - - - - - - - - - AN1002
Phase Control Using Thyristors- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - AN1003
Mounting and Handling of Semiconductor Devices - - - - - - - - - - - - - AN1004
Surface Mount Soldering Recommendations - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - AN1005
Testing Teccor Semiconductor Devices
Using Curve Tracers - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - AN1006
Thyristors Used As AC Static Switches and Relays - - - - - - - - - - - - AN1007
Explanation of Maximum Ratings and Characteristics for Thyristors - AN1008
Miscellaneous Design Tips and Facts - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - AN1009
Thyristors for Ignition of Fluorescent Lamps - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - AN1010
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A1
Part Numbers Index- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A27
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Product Selection Guide
Product Descriptions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - P 2
Circuit Requirement Diagram - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - P 3
Product Packages - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - P 4
Description of Part Numbers - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - P 6
Quality and Reliability Assurance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - P 8
Standard Terms and Conditions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - P 10
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Product Descriptions
Thyristors
Sensitive SCRs
A thyristor is any semiconductor switch with a bi-stable action
depending on p-n-p-n regenerative feedback. Thyristors are normally two- or three-terminal devices for either unidirectional or bidirectional circuit configurations. Thyristors can have many forms,
but they have certain commonalities. All thyristors are solid state
switches that are normally open circuits (very high impedance),
capable of withstanding rated blocking/off-state voltage until triggered to on state. When triggered to on state, thyristors become a
low-impedance current path until principle current either stops or
drops below a minimum holding level. After a thyristor is triggered
to on-state condition, the trigger current can be removed without
turning off the device. Thyristors are used to control the flow of
electrical currents in applications including:
• Home appliances (lighting, heating, temperature control, alarm
activation, fan speed)
• Electrical tools (for controlled actions such as motor speed, stapling event, battery charging)
• Outdoor equipment (water sprinklers, gas engine ignition, electronic displays, area lighting, sports equipment, physical fitness)
Teccor's sensitive gate SCRs are silicon-controlled rectifiers representing the best in design, performance, and packaging techniques
for low- and medium-current applications.
Anode currents of 0.8 A to 10 A rms can be controlled by sensitive
gate SCRs with gate drive currents ranging from 12 µA to 500 µA.
Sensitive gate SCRs are ideally suited for interfacing to integrated
circuits or in applications where high current load requirements and
limited gate drive current capabilities exist. Examples include ignition circuits, motor controls, and DC latching for alarms in smoke
detectors. Sensitive gate SCRs are available in voltage ratings to
600 V ac.
Sensitive Triacs
Teccor's sensitive gate triacs are AC bidirectional silicon
switches that provide guaranteed gate trigger current levels in
Quadrants I, II, III, and IV. Interfacing to microprocessors or other
equipment with single polarity gate triggering is made possible with
sensitive gate triacs. Gate triggering currents of 3 mA, 5 mA,
10 mA, or 20 mA may be specified.
Sensitive gate triacs are capable of controlling AC load currents
from 0.8 A to 8 A rms and can withstand operating voltages from
200 V to 600 V.
Triacs
Teccor's triac products are bidirectional AC switches, capable of
controlling loads from 0.8 A to 35 A rms with 10 mA, 25 mA, and
50 mA IGT in operating Quadrants I, II and III.
Triacs are useful in full-wave AC applications to control AC power
either through full-cycle switching or phase control of current to the
load element. These triacs are rated to block voltage in the “OFF”
condition from 200 V minimum with selected products capable of
1000 V operation. Typical applications include motor speed controls, heater controls, and incandescent light controls.
Quadrac
Quadrac devices, originally developed by Teccor, are triacs and
alternistor triacs with a diac trigger mounted inside the same package. These devices save the user the expense and assembly time
of buying a discrete diac and assembling in conjunction with a
gated triac.
The Quadrac is offered in capacities from 4 A to 15 A rms and voltages from 200 V ac to 600 V ac.
Alternistor Triacs
The Teccor alternistor is specifically designed for applications
required to switch highly inductive loads. The design of this special
chip effectively offers the same performance as two thyristors
(SCRs) wired inverse parallel (back-to-back).
This new chip construction provides the equivalent of two electrically-separate SCR structures, providing enhanced dv/dt characteristics while retaining the advantages of a single-chip device.
Teccor manufactures 6 A to 40 A alternistors with blocking voltage
rating from 200 V to 1000 V. Alternistors are offered in TO-220,
TO-218, and TO-218X packages with isolated and non-isolated
versions.
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SCRs
Teccor's SCR products are half-wave, silicon-controlled rectifiers
that represent the state of the art in design and performance.
Load current capabilities range from 1 A to 70 A rms, and voltages
from 200 V to 1000 V may be specified to meet a variety of application needs.
Because of its unidirectional switching capability, the SCR is used
in circuits where high surge currents or latching action is required.
It may also be used for half-wave-type circuits where gate-controlled rectification action is required. Applications include crowbars in power supplies, camera flash units, smoke alarms, motor
controls, battery chargers, and engine ignition.
Surge current ratings are available from 30 A in the TO-92 packaging to 950 A in the TO-218X package.
Rectifiers
Teccor manufactures 15 A to 25 A rms rectifiers with voltages
rated from 200 V to 1000 V. Due to the electrically isolated TO-220
package, these rectifiers may be used in common anode or common cathode circuits using only one part type, thereby simplifying
stock requirements.
Diacs
Diacs are trigger devices used in phase control circuits to provide
gate pulses to a triac or SCR. They are voltage-triggered bidirectional silicon devices housed in DO-35 glass axial lead packages
and DO-214 surface mount packages.
Diac voltage selections from 27 V to 45 V provide trigger pulses
closely matched in symmetry at the positive and negative breakover points to minimize DC component in the load circuit.
Some applications include gate triggers for light controls, dimmers,
power pulse circuits, voltage references in AC power circuits, and
triac triggers in motor speed controls.
Sidacs
Sidacs represent a unique set of thyristor qualities. The sidac is a
bidirectional voltage triggered switch. Some characteristics of this
device include a normal 95 V to 330 V switching point, negative
resistance range, latching characteristics at turn-on, and a low onstate voltage drop.
One-cycle surge current capability up to 20 A makes the sidac an
ideal product for dumping charged capacitors through an inductor
in order to generate high-voltage pulses. Applications include light
controls, high-pressure sodium lamp starters, power oscillators,
and high-voltage power supplies.
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Circuit Requirement Diagram
BILATERAL VOLTAGE
SWITCH
RECTIFIER
SIDAC *
RECTIFIER *
REVERSE BLOCKING
THYRISTOR
GATE CONTROL
DIAC TRIGGER
10-50 mA
OPTIONS
SCR (Sensitive) *
BILATERAL
VOLTAGE TRIGGER
DIAC *
GATE CURRENT
12-500 µA
BIDIRECTIONAL
THYRISTOR
SCR *
INTERNAL EXTERNAL
DIACS *
DIRECT
QUADRANT OPERATION
(See Quadrant Chart on Data Sheet)
I
II
III
GATE CURRENT
10-100 mA
I
II
III
IV
GATE CURRENT
3-20 mA
QUADRAC *
ALTERNISTOR TRIAC *
TRIAC *
SENSITIVE TRIAC *
* For detailed information, see specific data sheet in product catalog.
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Product Packages
Isolated Mounting Tab
Package Code
Product
Type
Current
(Amps)
Sensitive
Triac
Triac
Quadrac
Alternistor
Sensitive
SCR
SCR
Rectifier
G
Y
S
C
E
L
K
J
P
DO-15
DO-35
DO-214
Compak
TO-92 *
TO-220
TO-218
TO-218X
TO-3
Fastpak
✔
✔
✔
✔
0.8
1
4
6
8
0.8
1
4
6
8
10
15
25
35
4
6
8
10
15
6
8
10
12
16
25
30
35
40
0.8
1.5
4
6
8
10
1
6
8
10
12
15
16
20
25
35
40
55
65
70
15
20
25
Diac
Sidac
✔
✔
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* No center lead on TO-92 Sidacs.
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Product Packages
Non-isolated Mounting Tab
F
R
M
W
D
V
N
TO-202
TO-220
TO-218
TO-218X
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-251
V-Pak
TO-263
D2Pak
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Current
(Amps)
0.8
1
4
6
8
0.8
1
4
6
8
10
15
25
35
4
6
8
10
15
6
8
10
12
16
25
30
35
40
0.8
1.5
4
6
8
10
1
6
8
10
12
15
16
20
25
35
40
55
65
70
15
20
25
Product
Type
Sensitive
Triac
Triac
Quadrac
Alternistor
Sensitive SCR
SCR
Rectifier
Diac
Sidac
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Description of Part Numbers
Triac and Alternistor
Sensitive Triac
L
04
20
F
12
5
X
Q
Device Type
L = Sensitive Triac
Special Options
V = 4000 V Isolation
(TO-220 Package Only)
Voltage Rating
20 = 200 V
40 = 400 V
60 = 600 V
Lead Form Dimensions
TO-202
TO-220
TO-92
Current Rating
X8 = 0.8 A
N=1A
01 = 1 A
04 = 4 A
06 = 6 A
08 = 8 A
Gate Variations
3 = 3 mA (Q I, II, III, IV)
5 = 5 mA (Q I, II, III, IV)
6 = 5 mA (Q I, II, III)
6 = 10 mA (Q IV)
8 = 10 mA (Q I, II, III)
8 = 20 mA (Q IV)
04
L
T
H
52
Voltage Rating
20 = 200 V
40 = 400 V
60 = 600 V
X
1
3
Special Options
V = 4000 V Isolation
(TO-220 Package Only)
Lead Form Dimensions
TO-202
TO-220
TO-92
TO-218X
TO-218
Current Rating
X8 = 0.8 A
01 = 1 A
04 = 4 A
06 = 6 A
08 = 8 A
10 = 10 A
12 = 12 A
15 = 15 A
25 = 25 A
30 = 30 A
35 = 35 A
40 = 40 A
Gate Variation
DH3 and VH3 = 10mA (Q I, II, III)
3 = 10 mA (Q I, II, III)
H3 = 20mA (Q I, II, III)
4 = 25 mA (Q I, II, III)
H4 = 35 mA (Q I, II, III) *
5 = 50 mA (Q I, II, III)
H5 = 50 mA (Q I, II, III) *
6 = 80 mA (Q I, II, III) *
7 = 100 mA (Q I, II, III) *
* NOTE:
Alternistor device; no Quadrant IV operation
Package Type
D = TO-252 (Surface Mount)
E = TO-92 (Isolated)
F = TO-202 (Non-isolated)
J = TO-218X (Isolated)
K = TO-218 (Isolated)
L = TO-220 (Isolated)
N = TO-263 (Surface Mount)
P = Fastpak (Isolated)
R = TO-220 (Non-isolated)
V = TO-251 (Non-isolated)
W = TO-218X (Non-isolated)
X
Special Options
V = 4000 V Isolation
(TO-220 Package Only)
Device Type
Q = Quadrac
F
Voltage Rating
20 = 200 V
40 = 400 V
60 = 600 V
80 = 800 V
K0 = 1000 V
Quadrac
20
04
Device Type
Q = Triac or Alternistor
Package Type
Blank = Compak (Surface Mount)
D = TO-252 (Surface Mount)
E = TO-92 (Isolated)
F = TO-202 (Non-islolated)
L = TO-220 (Isolated)
V = TO-251 (Non-islolated)
Q
20
Lead Form Dimensions
TO-220
Alternistor
Gate Variation
T = Internal Diac Trigger
Current Rating
04 = 4 A
06 = 6 A
08 = 8 A
10 = 10 A
15 = 15 A
Package Type
L = TO-220 (Isolated)
Sensitive SCR
S
20
Device Type
S = Sensitive SCR
Voltage Rating
20 = 200 V
40 = 400 V
60 = 600 V
Current Rating
X8 = 0.8 A
N=1A
06 = 6 A
08 = 8 A
10 = 10 A
06
F
S2
21
X
EC
Special Options
V = 4000 V Isolated
(TO-220 Package Only)
Device Type
TCR = TO-92 (Isolated)
EC = TO-92 (Isolated)
T = TO-202 (Non-isolated)
2N = JEDEC (Isolated)
Lead Form Dimensions
TO-202
TO-220
Current Rating for TCR
22 = 1.5 A
Gate Variations
S1 = 50 µA
S2 = 200 µA
S3 = 500 µA
Current Rating for EC
103 = 0.8 A
Current Rating for T
106 = 4 A (IGT = 200 µA)
107 = 4 A (IGT = 500 µA)
Package Type
Blank = Compak (Surface Mount)
D = TO-252 (Surface Mount)
F = TO-202 (Non-islolated)
L = TO-220 (Isolated)
V = TO-251 (Non-islolated)
Current Rating for 2N
5xxx = 0.8 A
103
D
1
75
Lead Form Dimensions
TO-92
TO-202
Gate Current (for EC series only)
None = 200 µA
1 = 12 µA
2 = 50 µA
3 = 500 µA
Voltage Rating for TCR
-4 = 200 V
-6 = 400 V
-8 = 600 V
Voltage Rating for EC and T
B = 200 V
D = 400 V
M = 600 V
Voltage Rating for 2N
5064 = 200 V
6565 = 400 V
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Description of Part Numbers
Sidac
SCR
S
08
20
F
12
Device Type
S = Non-sensitive SCR
X
K
Special Options
V = 4000 V Isolation
(TO-220 Package Only)
Voltage Rating
20 = 200 V
40 = 400 V
60 = 600 V
80 = 800 V
K0 = 1000 V
Device Type
K = Sidac
Voltage Rating
105 = 95 V to 113 V
110 = 104 V to 118 V
120 = 110 V to 125 V
130 = 120 V to 138 V
140 = 130 V to 146 V
150 = 140 V to 170 V
200 = 190 V to 215 V
220 = 205 V to 230 V
240 = 220 V to 250 V
250 = 240 V to 280 V
300 = 270 V to 330 V
Lead Form Dimensions
TO-202
TO-220
TO-92
TO-218X
TO-218
Current Rating
01 = 1 A
06 = 6 A
08 = 8 A
10 = 10 A
12 = 12 A
15 = 15 A
16 = 16 A
20 = 20 A
25 = 25 A
35 = 35 A
55 = 55 A
65 = 65 A
70 = 70 A
105
Package Type
D = TO-252 (Surface Mount)
E = TO-92 (Isolated)
F = TO-202 (Non-isolated)
J = TO-218X (Isolated)
K = TO-218 (Isolated)
L = TO-220 (Isolated)
M = TO-218 (Non-isolated)
N = TO-263 (Surface Mount)
R = TO-220 (Non-isolated)
V = TO-251 (Non-isolated)
W = TO-218X (Non-isolated)
0
E
70
Lead Form Dimensions
TO-202
TO-92
Package Type
E = TO-92 (Isolated)
F = TO-202 (Non-islolated)
G = DO-15X (Isolated)
S = DO-214 (Surface Mount)
Current Rating
0=1A
Rectifier
D
20
15
L
V
55
Device Type
D = Rectifier
Special Options
V = 4000 V Isolation
Voltage Rating
20 = 200 V
40 = 400 V
60 = 600 V
80 = 800 V
K0 = 1000 V
Lead Form Dimensions
TO-220
Package Type
L = TO-220 (Isolated)
Current Rating
15 = 15 A
20 = 20 A
25 = 25 A
Diac
HT
Device Type
HT = Diac Trigger in DO-35
ST = Diac Trigger in DO-214
32
91
Lead Form Dimensions
DO-35
Voltage Rating
32 = 27 V to 37 V
35 = 30 V to 40 V
40 = 35 V to 45 V
32A / 5761 = 28 V to 36 V
32B / 5761A = 30 V to 34 V
34B = 32 V to 36 V
36A / 5762 = 32 V to 40 V
36B = 34 V to 38 V
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Quality and Reliability
It is Teccor’s policy to ship quality products on time. We accomplish this through Total Quality Management based on the fundamentals of customer focus, continuous improvement, and people
involvement.
All products must first undergo rigid quality design reviews and
pass extensive environmental life testing. Teccor uses Statistical
Process Control (SPC) with associated control charts throughout
to monitor the manufacturing processes.
In support of this commitment, Teccor applies the following principles:
• Employees shall be respected, involved, informed, and qualified
for their job with appropriate education, training, and experience.
• Customer expectations shall be met or exceeded by consistently
shipping products that meet the agreed specifications, quality
levels, quantities, schedules, and test and reliability parameters.
• Suppliers shall be selected by considering quality, service, delivery, and cost of ownership.
• Design of products and processes will be driven by customer
needs, reliability, and manufacturability.
Only those products which pass tests designed to assure Teccor's high quality and reliability standards, while economically
satisfying customer requirements, are approved for shipment. All
new products and materials must receive approval of QRA prior
to being released to production.
It is the responsibility of management to incorporate these
principles into policies and systems.
The combination of reliability testing, process controls, and lot
tracking assures the quality and reliability of Teccor's devices.
Since even the best control systems cannot overcome measurement limitations, Teccor designs and manufactures its own computerized test equipment.
Teccor's Reliability Engineering Group conducts ongoing product
reliability testing to further confirm the design and manufacturing
parameters.
It is the responsibility of those in leadership roles to coach their
people and to reinforce these principles.
It is the responsibility of each individual employee to follow the
spirit of this statement to ensure that we meet the primary policy
— to ship quality products on time.
Quality Assurance
Incoming Material Quality
Teccor “Vendor Analysis” programs provide stringent requirements before components are delivered to Teccor. In addition,
purchased materials are tested rigidly at incoming inspection for
specification compliance prior to acceptance for use.
Process Controls
From silicon slice input through final testing, we use statistical
methods to control all critical processes. Process audits and lot
inspections are performed routinely at all stages of the manufacturing cycle.
Parametric Testing
All devices are 100% computer tested for specific electrical characteristics at critical processing points.
Final Inspection
Each completed manufacturing lot is sampled and tested for
compliance with electrical and mechanical requirements.
Reliability Testing
Random samples are taken from various product families for
ongoing reliability testing.
Finished Goods Inspection
Product assurance inspection is performed immediately prior to
shipping.
Design Assurance
The design and production of Teccor devices is a demanding and
challenging task. Disciplined skills coupled with advanced computer-aided design, production techniques, and test equipment
are essential elements in Teccor's ability to meet your demands
for the very highest levels of quality.
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Reliability Stress Tests
The following table contains brief descriptions of the reliability tests commonly used in evaluating Teccor product reliability on a periodic basis. These tests are applied across product lines depending on product availability and test equipment capacities. Other tests
may be performed when appropriate.
Test Type
Typical Conditions
Test Description
High Temperature
AC Blocking
TA = 100 °C to 150 °C, Bias @
100%
Rated VDRM, t = 24 hrs to 1000 hrs
High Temperature
Storage Life
Standards
Evaluation of the reliability of
product under bias conditions
and elevated temperature
MIL-STD-750, M-1040
TA = 150 °C, t = 250 to 1000 hrs
Evaluation of the effects on
devices after long periods of
storage at high temperature
MIL-STD-750, M-1031
Temperature and Humidity
Bias Life
TA = 85 °C to 95 °C, rh = 85% to
95%
Bias @ 80% Rated VDRM
(320 VDC max)
t = 168 to 1008 hrs
Evaluation of the reliability of non- EIA / JEDEC, JESD22-A101
hermetic packaged devices in
humid environments
Temperature Cycle
[Air to Air]
TA = -65 °C to 150 °C,
cycles = 10 to 500
Thermal Shock
[Liquid to Liquid]
TA = 0 °C to 100 °C, ttxfr = ≤10 s,
cycled = 10 to 20
Autoclave
Evaluation of the device’s ability
to withstand the exposure to
extreme temperatures and the
forces of TCE during transitions
between temperatures
MIL-STD-750, M-1051,
EIA / JEDEC, JESD22-A104
Evaluation of the device’s ability MIL-STD-750, M-1056
to withstand the sudden changes
in temperature and exposure to
extreme temperatures
TA = 121 °C, rh = 100%, P = 15 psig, Accelerated environmental test to EIA / JEDEC, JESD22-A102
evaluate the moisture resistance
t = 24 hrs to 168 hrs
of plastic packages
Resistance to
Solder Heat
TA = 260 °C, t = 10 s
Solderability
Steam aging = 1 hr to 8 hrs,
Tsolder = 245 °C, Flux = R
Evaluation of the device’s ability MIL-STD-750, M-2031
to withstand the temperatures as
seen in wave soldering
operations
Evaluation of the solderability of
device terminals after an
extended period
MIL-STD-750, M-2026,
ANSI-J-STD-002
Flammability Test
For the UL 94V0 flammability test, all expoxies used in Teccor encapsulated devices are recognized by Underwriters Laboratories
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Voltage Drop (VT) at
Specified Current (iT)
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IT
Latching Current (IL)
IH
Off-state Leakage
Current – (IDRM) at
Specified VDRM
IS
Minimum Holding
Current (IH)
-V
IDRM
-V
+V
Specified Minimum
Off-state
Blocking
Voltage (VDRM)
RS =
IBO
+V
VT
(VBO - VS)
VBO
VS
VDRM
(IS - IBO)
Breakover
Voltage
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Current - (IRRM) at
Specified VRRM
Latching Current (IL)
Breakover
Current
IBO
Off - State Leakage
Current - (IDRM) at
Specified VDRM
Minimum Holding
Current (IH)
-V
-V
+V
+V
Specified Minimum
Off - State
Blocking
Voltage (VDRM)
Specified Minimum
Reverse Blocking
Voltage (VRRM)
Reverse
Breakdown
Voltage
∆V
10 mA
Voltage Drop (VT) at
Specified Current (iT)
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Voltage
VBO
Forward
Breakover
Voltage
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Electrical Parameter Terminology
Thyristor
tgt (Gate-controlled Turn-on Time) – Time interval between
the 10% rise of the gate pulse and the 90% rise of the principal
current pulse during switching of a thyristor from the off state to
the on state
di/dt (Critical Rate-of-rise of On-state Current) – Maximum
value of the rate-of-rise of on-state current which a thyristor can
withstand without deleterious effect
tq (Circuit-commutated Turn-off Time) – Time interval
between the instant when the principal current has decreased to
zero after external switching of the principal voltage circuit and
the instant when the SCR is capable of supporting a specified
principal voltage without turning on
dv/dt (Critical Rate-of-rise of Off-state Voltage or Static
dv/dt) – Minimum value of the rate-of-rise of principal voltage
which will cause switching from the off state to the on state
dv/dt(c) Critical Rate-of-rise of Commutation Voltage of a
Triac (Commutating dv/dt) – Minimum value of the rate-of-rise
VBO (Breakover Voltage) – Principal voltage at the breakover
point
of principal voltage which will cause switching from the off state
to the on state immediately following on-state current conduction
in the opposite quadrant
VDRM (Repetitive Peak Off-state Voltage) – Maximum allow-
able instantaneous value of repetitive off-state voltage that may
be applied across a bidirectional thyristor (forward or reverse
direction) or SCR (forward direction only)
2
I t (RMS Surge (Non-repetitive) On-state Fusing Current) –
Measure of let-through energy in terms of current and time for
fusing purposes
VGT (Gate Trigger Voltage) – Minimum gate voltage required to
produce the gate trigger current
IBO (Breakover Current) – Principal current at the breakover
point
VRRM (Repetitive Peak Reverse Voltage) – Maximum allow-
able instantaneous value of a repetitive reverse voltage that may
be applied across an SCR without causing reverse current avalanche
IDRM (Repetitive Peak Off-state Current) – Maximum leakage
current that may occur under the conditions of V DRM
IGT (Gate Trigger Current) – Minimum gate current required to
VS (Switching Voltage) – Voltage point after V BO when a sidac
switches from a clamping state to on state
switch a thyristor from the off state to the on state
IH (Holding Current) – Minimum principal current required to
VT (On-state Voltage) – Principal voltage when the thyristor is in
maintain the thyristor in the on state
the on state
IPP (Peak Pulse Current) – Peak pulse current at a short time
duration and specified waveshape
Diode Rectifiers
IRRM (Repetitive Peak Reverse Current) – Maximum leakage
IF(AV) (Average Forward Current) – Average forward conduc-
current that may occur under the conditions of V RRM
tion current
IS (Switching Current) – Current at VS when a sidac switches
IFM (Maximum (Peak) Reverse Current) – Maximum reverse
from the clamping state to on state
leakage current that may occur at rated V RRM
IT(RMS) (On-state Current) – Anode cathode principal current
that may be allowed under stated conditions, usually the fullcycle RMS current
IF(RMS) (RMS Forward Current) – RMS forward conduction cur-
rent
IFSM (Maximum (Peak) Forward (Non-repetitive) Surge
Current) – Maximum (peak) forward single cycle AC surge cur-
ITSM (Surge (Non-repetitive) On-state Current) – Peak single
cycle AC current pulse allowed
rent allowed for specified duration
PG(AV) (Average Gate Power Dissipation) – Value of gate
VFM (Maximum (Peak) Forward Voltage Drop) – Maximum
power which may be dissipated between the gate and main terminal 1 (or cathode) average over a full cycle
(peak) forward voltage drop from the anode to cathode at stated
conditions
PGM (Peak Gate Power Dissipation) – Maximum power which
may be dissipated between the gate and main terminal 1 (or
cathode) for a specified time duration
VR (Reverse Blocking Voltage) – Maximum allowable DC
reverse blocking voltage that may be applied to the rectifier
RθJA (Thermal Resistance, Junction-to-ambient) – Temperature difference between the thyristor junction and ambient divided
by the power dissipation causing the temperature difference
under conditions of thermal equilibrium
VRRM (Maximum (Peak) Repetitive Reverse Voltage) – Maximum peak allowable value of a repetitive reverse voltage that
may be applied to the rectifier
Note: Ambient is defined as the point where temperature does
not change as a result of the dissipation.
RθJC (Thermal Resistance, Junction-to-case) – Temperature
difference between the thyristor junction and the thyristor case
divided by the power dissipation causing the temperature difference under conditions of thermal equilibrium
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Sensitive Triacs
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General Description
Teccor's line of sensitive gate triacs includes devices with current
capabilities through 8 A. Voltage ranges are available from 200 V
to 600 V. This line features devices with guaranteed gate control
in Quadrants II and IV as well as control in the commonly used
Quadrants I and III. Four-quadrant control devices require
sensitive gate triacs. They can be controlled by digital circuitry
where positive-only or negative-only pulses must control AC
current in both directions through the device. Note that triacs with
low IGT values in Quadrants II and IV will have lower dv/dt
characteristics.
The sensitive gate triac is a bidirectional AC switch and is gate
controlled for either polarity of main terminal voltage. It is used
primarily for AC switching and phase control applications such as
motor speed controls, temperature modulation controls, and
lighting controls.
The epoxy TO-92 and TO-220 configurations feature Teccor's
electrically-isolated construction where the case or mounting tab
is internally isolated from the semiconductor chip and lead
attachments. Non-isolated epoxy TO-202 packages are available
as well as TO-251 and surface mount TO-252 (D-Pak). Tapeand-reel capability and tube packing also are available. See
“Packing Options” section of this catalog.
All Teccor triacs have glass-passivated junctions. This glassing
process prevents migration of contaminants and ensures longterm device reliability with parameter stability.
Variations of devices covered in this data sheet are available for
custom design applications. Consult factory for more information.
Features
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Compak Sensitive Gate Triac
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Electrically-isolated packages
Glass-passivated junctions ensure long device
reliability and parameter stability
Voltage capability — up to 600 V
Surge capability — up to 80 A
Four-quadrant gating guaranteed
Surface mount package — 0.8 A and 1 A series
New small profile three-leaded Compak package
Packaged in embossed carrier tape with 2,500
devices per reel
Can replace SOT-223
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Part No.
IT(RMS)
Isolated
Non-isolated
(11)
VDRM
IGT
IDRM
(1)
(3) (6) (9)
(1) (14)
mAmps
mAmps
TC =
TC =
25 °C 110 °C
MAX
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.1
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
0.01
0.2
MT2
MT2
G
MT2
G
MT2
MT1
MT1
MT2
MT2
MT1
G
MT1
G
MT1
G
MT2
MT2
TO-92
MAX
0.8 A
1A
L2X8E3
L4X8E3
L6X8E3
L2X8E5
L4X8E5
L6X8E5
L2X8E6
L4X8E6
L6X8E6
L2X8E8
L4X8E8
L6X8E8
L201E3
L401E3
L601E3
L201E5
L401E5
L601E5
L201E6
L401E6
L601E6
L201E8
L401E8
L601E8
4A
Compak
TO-220
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-202
MT1
G
MT2
TO-251
V-Pak
Volts
QI
L2004V3
L4004V3
L6004V3
L2004V5
L4004V5
L6004V5
L2004V6
L4004V6
L6004V6
L2004V8
L4004V8
L6004V8
MIN
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (12)
L2X3
L4X3
L6X3
L2X5
L4X5
L6X5
L2N3
L4N3
L6N3
L2N5
L4N5
L6N5
L2004L3
L4004L3
L6004L3
L2004L5
L4004L5
L6004L5
L2004L6
L4004L6
L6004L6
L2004L8
L4004L8
L6004L8
L2004D3
L4004D3
L6004D3
L2004D5
L4004D5
L6004D5
L2004D6
L4004D6
L6004D6
L2004D8
L4004D8
L6004D8
L2004F31
L4004F31
L6004F31
L2004F51
L4004F51
L6004F51
L2004F61
L4004F61
L6004F61
L2004F81
L4004F81
L6004F81
QII QIII
MAX
3
3
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
3
3
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
3
3
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
QIV
3
3
3
5
5
5
10
10
10
20
20
20
3
3
3
5
5
5
10
10
10
20
20
20
3
3
3
5
5
5
10
10
10
20
20
20
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VTM
VGT
IH
IGTM
PGM
(1) (4)
(2) (5) (15)
(1) (7)
(13)
(13)
Volts
TC =
25 °C
MAX
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
Volts
TC =
25 °C
MAX
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
PG(AV)
MAX
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
Amps
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
Watts
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
Watts
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
di/dt
µSec
Amps2Sec
Amps/µSec
TYP
2.8
2.8
2.8
3
3
3
3
3
3
3.2
3.2
3.2
2.8
2.8
2.8
3
3
3
3
3
3
3.2
3.2
3.2
2.8
2.8
2.8
3
3
3
3
3
3
3.2
3.2
3.2
0.41
0.41
0.41
0.41
0.41
0.41
0.41
0.41
0.41
0.41
0.41
0.41
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.6
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
dv/dt(c)
dv/dt
tgt
(8) (10)
(1) (10)
(1)
(9)
Amps
mAmps
I2t
ITSM
60/50 Hz
Volts/µSec
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
10/8.3
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
20/16.7
40/33
40/33
40/33
40/33
40/33
40/33
40/33
40/33
40/33
40/33
40/33
40/33
TYP
0.5
0.5
0.5
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
0.5
0.5
0.5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.5
0.5
0.5
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
Volts/µSec
TC =
100 °C
TYP
20
15
10
20
15
10
30
25
20
35
30
25
20
20
10
20
20
10
30
30
20
35
35
25
25
25
15
25
25
15
30
30
20
35
35
25
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Part No.
IT(RMS)
Isolated
Non-isolated
(11)
VDRM
IGT
IDRM
(1)
(3) (6)
(1) (14)
MT2
MT2
G
MT2
MT1
MT2
MT2
TO-220
MAX
6A
8A
G
MT1
G
MT1
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-251
V-Pak
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (12)
L2006L5
L2006D5
L2006V5
L4006L5
L4006D5
L4006V5
L6006L5
L6006D5
L6006V5
L2006L6
L2006D6
L2006V6
L4006L6
L4006D6
L4006V6
L6006L6
L6006D6
L6006V6
L2006L8
L2006D8
L2006V8
L4006L8
L4006D8
L4006V8
L6006L8
L6006D8
L6006V8
L2008L6
L2008D6
L2008V6
L4008L6
L4008D6
L4008V6
L6008L6
L6008D6
L6008V6
L2008L8
L2008D8
L2008V8
L4008L8
L4008D8
L4008V8
L6008L8
L6008D8
L6008V8
Volts
QI
MIN
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
5
5
5
10
10
10
mAmps
QII
QIII
MAX
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
QIV
5
5
5
10
10
10
20
20
20
10
10
10
20
20
20
mAmps
TC = 25 °C TC = 110 °C
MAX
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
0.02
0.5
Specified Test Conditions
General Notes
di/dt — Maximum rate-of-change of on-state current; IGT = 50 mA with
0.1 µs rise time
•
All measurements are made with 60 Hz resistive load and at an
ambient temperature of +25 °C unless otherwise specified.
dv/dt — Critical rate-of-rise of off-state voltage at rated VDRM gate open
•
dv/dt(c) — Critical rate-of-rise of commutation voltage at rated VDRM
and IT(RMS) commutating di/dt = 0.54 rated IT(RMS)/ms; gate
unenergized
Operating temperature range (TJ) is -65 °C to +110 °C for TO-92
devices and -40 °C to 110 °C for all other devices.
•
Storage temperature range (TS) is -65 °C to +150 °C for TO-92
devices, -40 °C to +150 °C for TO-202 devices, and -40 °C to
+125 °C for TO-220 devices.
•
Lead solder temperature is a maximum of 230 °C for 10 seconds
maximum at a minimum of 1/16” (1.59 mm) from case.
•
The case or lead temperature (TC or TL) is measured as shown on
dimensional outline drawings. See “Package Dimensions” section
of this catalog.
I2t — RMS surge (non-repetitive) on-state current for period of 8.3 ms
for fusing
IDRM — Peak off-state current, gate open; VDRM = max rated value
IGT — DC gate trigger current in specific operating quadrants;
VD = 12 V dc; RL = 60 Ω
IGTM — Peak gate trigger current
IH — Holding current gate open; initial on-state current = 100 mA dc
IT(RMS) — RMS on-state current conduction angle of 360°
ITSM — Peak one-cycle surge
PG(AV) — Average gate power dissipation
PGM — Peak gate power dissipation; IGT ≤ IGTM
tgt — Gate controlled turn-on time; IGT = 50 mA with 0.1 µs rise time
VDRM — Repetitive peak off-state/blocking voltage
VGT — DC gate trigger voltage; VD = 12 V dc; RL = 60 Ω
VTM — Peak on-state voltage at max rated RMS current
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VTM
VGT
IH
IGTM
PGM
(1) (4)
(2) (5) (15)
(1) (7)
(13)
(13)
Volts
TC = 25 °C
MAX
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
Volts
TC = 25 °C
MAX
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
mAmps
Amps
Watts
MAX
10
10
10
10
10
10
20
20
20
10
10
10
20
20
20
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
PG(AV)
Watts
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
I2t
di/dt
µSec
Amps2Sec
Amps/µSec
TYP
3
3
3
3
3
3
3.2
3.2
3.2
3
3
3
3.2
3.2
3.2
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
26.5
26.5
26.5
26.5
26.5
26.5
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
ITSM
dv/dt(c)
dv/dt
tgt
(8) (10)
(1) (10)
(1)
(9)
Amps
60/50 Hz
Volts/µSec
60/50
60/50
60/50
60/50
60/50
60/50
60/50
60/50
60/50
80/65
80/65
80/65
80/65
80/65
80/65
TYP
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
Volts/µSec
TC = 100 °C
TYP
40
30
20
40
30
20
45
40
30
40
30
20
45
40
30
Electrical Specification Notes
Gate Characteristics
(1)
For either polarity of MT2 with reference to MT1 terminal
(2)
For either polarity of gate voltage VGT with reference to MT1
terminal
Teccor triacs may be turned on between gate and MT1 terminals
in the following ways:
(3)
See Gate Characteristics and Definition of Quadrants.
(4)
See Figure E1.4 for iT versus vT.
(5)
See Figure E1.6 for VGT versus TC.
(6)
See Figure E1.7 for IGT versus TC.
(7)
See Figure E1.5 for IH versus TC.
(8)
See Figure E1.9 for surge rating and specific duration.
(9)
See Figure E1.8 for tgt versus IGT.
•
In-phase signals (with standard AC line) using Quadrants I
and III
•
Application of unipolar pulses (gate always positive or negative), using Quadrants II and III with negative gate pulses and
Quadrants I and IV with positive gate pulses
When maximum surge capability is required, pulses should be a
minimum of one magnitude above IGT rating with a steep rising
waveform (≤1 µs rise time).
(10) See Figure E1.2 and Figure E1.3 for maximum allowable case
temperature at maximum rated current.
ALL POLARITIES ARE REFERENCED TO MT1
(11) See Figure E1.1, Figure E1.2, and Figure E1.3 for TA or TC versus
IT(RMS).
MT2
(12) See package outlines for lead form configurations. When ordering
special lead forming, add type number as suffix to part number.
(-)
MT2 POSITIVE
(Positive Half Cycle)
+
IGT
GATE
(+)
(13) Pulse width ≤10 µs
IGT
GATE
MT1
(14) TC or TL = TJ for test conditions in off state
(15) Minimum non-trigger VGT at 110 °C is 0.2 V.
IGT
REF
(-)
MT1
IGT
GATE
(+)
MT1
REF
REF
QII QI
QIII QIV
MT2
MT2
-
+
IGT
MT2
IGT
GATE
MT2 NEGATIVE
(Negative Half Cycle)
MT1
REF
Definition of Quadrants
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Electrical Isolation
Teccor’s isolated triac packages withstand a minimum high
potential test of 2500 V ac rms from leads to mounting tab over
the device's operating temperature range. The following isolation
table shows standard isolation ratings.
Electrical Isolation
from Leads to Mounting Tab
V AC RMS
TO-220 *
2500
Standard
*UL Recognized File #E71639
Thermal Resistance (Steady State) Junction to Mounting Tab
and Junction to Ambient
RθJC [RθJA] °C/W (TYP)
Package Code
E
C
F
L
F2
D
V
TO-92
Plastic
Compak
TO-202
Type 1
TO-220
Isolated
TO-202
Type 2
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-251
V-Pak
3.5 [45]
3.6 [50]
6.0 [70]
Type
0.8 A
60 [135]
60 *
1A
4A
50 [95]
40 *
3.5
6.0 [70]
6A
3.3
3.2
3.2
8A
2.8
2.7
2.7
copper foil surface; two-ounce copper foil
120
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
FREE AIR RATING – NO HEATSINK
100
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature (TA) - ˚C
* Mounted on 1
cm2
TO-220 and
TYPE 1 and 3 TO-202
80
TYPE 2 and 4 TO-202
and TO-251
60
1 A TO-92
40
0.8 A TO-92
25
20
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
110
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawings
100
90
80
1A
70
0.8 A
60
50
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
RMS On-State Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
RMS On-State Current [IT(RMS)] - Amps
Figure E1.1 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
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2.0
100
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawings
6A
90
85
80
8A
TO
TO
-25
8A
1a
-22
nd
TO
0(
TO
-22
Iso
-25
0(
2
lat
Iso
ed
late
)
d)
4 A TYPE 1 and 3 TO-202
4 A TO-220 (Isolated)
4 A TO-252
75
VGT
95
1.5
VGT (TC = 25 ˚C)
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
1.0
Ratio of
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) - ˚C
110
105
6 A TO-251
6 A TO-252
.5
70
4 A TYPE 2 and 4 TO-202
4 A TO-251
65
0
60
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
-65
8
-40
-15
+25
+65
+110 +125
Case Temperature (TC) - ˚ C
RMS On-State Current [IT(RMS)] - Amps
Figure E1.3 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (4 A, 6 A, and 8 A)
Figure E1.6 Normalized DC Gate Trigger Voltage for All Quadrants
versus Case Temperature
20
TC = 25 ˚ C
4.0
6 A and 8 A
14
IGT
12
10
4A
8
1A
6
IGT (T = 25 ˚C)
C
16
Ratio of
Positive or Negative Instantaneous
On-state Current (iT) - Amps
18
4
2
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.8 A
0
0
-65
0
0.5
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
-40
-15
+25
+65
+110 +125
1.8
Case Temperature (TC) - ˚C
Positive or Negative Instantaneous
On-state Voltage (vT) - Volts
Figure E1.7 Normalized DC Gate Trigger Current for All Quadrants
versus Case Temperature
Figure E1.4 On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical)
7.0
4.0
TC = 25 ˚C
3.0
IGT = 5 mA MAX
Turn-On Time (tgt) - µSec
IH (TC = 25 ˚C)
Ratio of
IH
6.0
INITIAL ON-STATE CURRENT
= 100 mA (DC) 0.8 - 4 A Devices
= 200 mA (DC) 6 - 8 A Devices
2.0
1.0
5.0
IGT = 10 mA MAX
4.0
IGT = 20 mA
MAX
3.0
IGT = 3 mA MAX
2.0
1.0
0
-65
-40
-15
+25
+65
0
+110 +125
1
Case Temperature (TC) - ˚C
3
4
5 6
8
10
20
30
40
60 80 100
DC Gate Trigger Current (IGT) - mA
Figure E1.5 Normalized DC Holding Current versus Case Temperature
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200
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60 Hz Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive
RMS On-state Current: [IT(RMS)]: Maximum
Rated Value at Specified Case Temperature
150
Peak Surge (Non-Repetitive)
On-State Current (ITSM) – Amps
100
80
NOTES:
1) Gate control may be lost during
and immediately following surge
current interval.
2) Overload may not be repeated until
junction temperature has returned
to steady-state rated value.
60
40
30
8A
20
6A
4A
10
8
6
4
3
1A
2
0.8 A
1
1
2
3 4
6 8 10
20 30 40 60
100
200
400 600 1000
Surge Current Duration – Full Cycles
Figure E1.9 Peak Surge Current versus Surge Current Duration
1.5
1.0
0.8 A
1A
0.5
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
8.0
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
Average On-state Power Dissipation
[PD(AV)] – Watts
Average On-state Power Dissipation
[PD(AV)] – Watts
9.0
7.0
6.0
6 A and 8 A
5.0
4.0
4A
3.0
2.0
1.0
0
0
0.25
0.50
0.75
1.0
1.25
1.5
0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
0
.5
1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E1.10 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus RMS On-state Current
(0.8 A and 1 A)
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Figure E1.11 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus RMS On-state Current
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Compak
TO-263
D2Pak
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-251
V-Pak
*TO-3
Fastpak
MT2
MT1
G
Triacs
(0.8 A to 35 A)
E2
General Description
These gated triacs from Teccor Electronics are part of a broad
line of bidirectional semiconductors. The devices range in current
ratings from 0.8 A to 35 A and in voltages from 200 V to 1000 V.
The triac may be gate triggered from a blocking to conduction
state for either polarity of applied voltage and is designed for AC
switching and phase control applications such as speed and temperature modulation controls, lighting controls, and static switching relays. The triggering signal is normally applied between the
gate and MT1.
Isolated packages are offered with internal construction, having
the case or mounting tab electrically isolated from the semiconductor chip. This feature facilitates the use of low-cost assembly
and convenient packaging techniques. Tape-and-reel capability
is available. See “Packing Options” section of this catalog.
All Teccor triacs have glass-passivated junctions to ensure longterm device reliability and parameter stability. Teccor's glass-passivated junctions offer a rugged, reliable barrier against junction
contamination.
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custom design applications. Consult factory for more information.
Features
•
•
•
•
Electrically-isolated packages
Glass-passivated junctions
Voltage capability — up to 1000 V
Surge capability — up to 200 A
Compak Package
•
•
•
•
Surface mount package — 0.8 A and 1 A series
New small profile three-leaded Compak package
Packaged in embossed carrier tape with 2,500
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Can replace SOT-223
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Triacs
Data Sheets
Part Number
IT(RMS)
Isolated
Non-isolated
(4)
MT2
MT2
VDRM
IGT
(1)
(3) (7) (15)
Volts
mAmps
MT2
G
MT2
MT2
G
MT2
MT1
G
MT1
G
MT1
MT2
TO-92
TO-220
1A
Compak
G
MT2
TO-202
MT1
MT1
G
MT2
MT2
TO-220
G
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-251
V-Pak
TO-263
D2Pak
QI
QII QIII QIV
MAX
200
400
10
10
10
10
10
10
25
25
Q6X3
600
10
10
10
25
Q2X4
Q4X4
200
400
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
Q6X8E4
Q201E3
Q6X4
Q2N3
600
200
25
10
25
10
25
10
50
25
Q401E3
Q601E3
Q4N3
Q6N3
400
600
10
10
10
10
10
10
25
25
Q201E4
Q401E4
Q2N4
Q4N4
200
400
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
MAX
0.8 A
MT1
MT2
MT2
MT1
G
MT2
MT1
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (11)
MIN
Q2X8E3
Q4X8E3
Q2X3
Q4X3
Q6X8E3
Q2X8E4
Q4X8E4
Q601E4
4A
6A
Q6N4
600
25
25
25
50
Q2004L3
Q2004F31
Q2004D3
Q2004V3
200
10
10
10
25
Q4004L3
Q6004L3
Q4004F31
Q6004F31
Q4004D3
Q6004D3
Q4004V3
Q6004V3
400
600
10
10
10
10
10
10
25
25
Q2004L4
Q4004L4
Q2004F41
Q4004F41
Q2004D4
Q4004D4
Q2004V4
Q4004V4
200
400
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
Q6004L4
Q8004L4
Q6004F41
Q6004D4
Q8004D4
Q6004V4
Q8004V4
600
800
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
QK004D4
QK004V4
QK004L4
Q2006L4
Q2006F41
Q2006R4
Q2006N4
1000
200
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
Q4006L4
Q6006L5
Q4006F41
Q6006F51
Q4006R4
Q6006R5
Q4006N4
Q6006N5
400
600
25
50
25
50
25
50
50
75
Q8006R5
QK006R5
Q8006N5
QK006N5
800
1000
50
50
50
50
50
50
75
75
Q8006L5
QK006L5
8A
QIV
TYP
Q2008L4
Q4008L4
Q2008F41
Q4008F41
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q2008N4
Q4008N4
200
400
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
Q6008L5
Q8008L5
Q6008F51
Q6008R5
Q8008R5
Q6008N5
Q8008N5
600
800
50
50
50
50
50
50
75
75
QK008R5
QK008N5
1000
50
50
50
75
QK008L5
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Data Sheets
Triacs
IDRM
VTM
VGT
IH
IGTM
PGM
(1) (16)
(1) (5)
(2) (6)
(15) (18)
(19)
(1) (8)
(12)
(14)
(14)
mAmps
Volts
Volts
TC =
TC =
TC =
25 °C 100 °C 125 °C
TC =
25 °C
TC =
25 °C
mAmps
MAX
PG(AV)
ITSM
dv/dt(c)
dv/dt
tgt
(9) (13)
(1) (4) (13)
(1)
(10)
Amps
Volts/µSec
Volts/µSec
TC=
TC=
100 °C 125 °C
µSec
MIN
TYP
Amps
Watts
Watts
60/50 Hz
TYP
I2t
di/dt
Amp2Sec Amps/µSec
MAX
MAX
MAX
0.02
0.5
1
1.6
2
15
1
10
0.2
10/8.3
1
40
30
2.5
0.41
20
0.02
0.02
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
2
2
15
15
1
1
10
10
0.2
0.2
10/8.3
10/8.3
1
1
35
25
25
15
2.5
2.5
0.41
0.41
20
20
0.02
0.02
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
25
25
1
1
10
10
0.2
0.2
10/8.3
10/8.3
1
1
50
45
40
35
3
3
0.41
0.41
20
20
0.02
0.02
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
2.5
2
25
15
1
1
10
10
0.2
0.2
10/8.3
20/16.7
1
1
35
40
25
30
3
2.5
0.41
1.6
20
30
0.02
0.02
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
2
2
15
15
1
1
10
10
0.2
0.2
20/16.7
20/16.7
1
1
40
30
30
20
2.5
2.5
1.6
1.6
30
30
0.02
0.02
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
25
25
1
1
10
10
0.2
0.2
20/16.7
20/16.7
1
1
50
50
40
40
3
3
1.6
1.6
30
30
0.02
0.5
1
1.6
2.5
25
1
10
0.2
20/16.7
1
40
30
3
1.6
30
0.05
0.5
2
1.6
2
20
1.2
15
0.3
55/46
2
50
40
2.5
12.5
50
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
2
2
20
20
1.2
1.2
15
15
0.3
0.3
55/46
55/46
2
2
50
40
40
30
2.5
2.5
12.5
12.5
50
50
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
30
30
1.2
1.2
15
15
0.3
0.3
55/46
55/46
2
2
100
100
75
75
3
3
12.5
12.5
50
50
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
30
30
1.2
1.2
15
15
0.3
0.3
55/46
55/46
2
2
75
60
50
40
3
3
12.5
12.5
50
50
0.05
0.05
3
0.5
2
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
30
50
1.2
1.6
15
18
0.3
0.5
55/46
80/65
2
4
50
200
120
3
3
12.5
26.5
50
70
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
50
50
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.5
0.5
80/65
80/65
4
4
200
150
120
100
3
3
26.5
26.5
70
70
0.05
0.05
0.5
3
2
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
50
50
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.5
0.5
80/65
80/65
4
4
125
100
85
3
3
26.5
26.5
70
70
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
50
50
1.8
1.8
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
4
4
250
250
150
150
3
3
41
41
70
70
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
50
50
1.8
1.8
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
4
4
220
150
125
100
3
3
41
41
70
70
0.05
3
1.6
2.5
50
1.8
20
0.5
100/83
4
100
3
41
70
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Triacs
Data Sheets
Part Number
IT(RMS)
Isolated
Non-isolated
(4) (16)
IGT
IDRM
(1)
(3) (7) (15)
(1) (16)
MT2
MT2
MT1
VDRM
MT2
MT2
G
MT2
MT1
Gate
T
MT1
MT2
TO-3
Fastpak
TO-220
MAX
MT1
G
TO-202
G
mAmps
MT2
TO-263
D2Pak
TO-220
Volts
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (11)
10 A
QI
QII
MIN
QIII
mAmps
QIV
MAX
QIV
TC =
25 °C
TYP
TC =
TC =
100 °C 125 °C
MAX
Q2010L4
Q2010R4
Q2010N4
200
25
25
25
50
0.05
1
Q4010L4
Q4010R4
Q4010N4
400
25
25
25
50
0.05
1
Q6010L4
Q8010L4
Q6010R4
Q8010R4
Q6010N4
Q8010N4
600
800
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
0.05
0.1
1
1
50
QK010L4
QK010R4
QK010N4
1000
25
25
25
0.1
3
Q2010L5
Q2010F51
Q2010R5
Q2010N5
200
50
50
50
75
0.05
0.5
2
Q4010L5
Q6010L5
Q4010F51
Q6010F51
Q4010R5
Q6010R5
Q4010N5
Q6010N5
400
600
50
50
50
50
50
50
75
75
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
Q8010L5
QK010L5
Q8010R5
QK010R5
Q8010N5
QK010N5
800
1000
50
50
50
50
50
50
75
75
0.1
0.1
0.5
3
2
Q2015L5
Q2015R5
Q2015N5
200
50
50
50
0.05
0.5
2
Q4015L5
Q4015R5
Q4015N5
400
50
50
50
0.05
0.5
2
Q6015L5
Q6015R5
Q6015N5
600
50
50
50
0.05
0.5
2
Q8015L5
Q8015R5
Q8015N5
800
50
50
50
0.1
1
3
QK015L5
QK015R5
QK015N5
1000
50
50
50
0.1
3
Q2025R5
Q2025N5
200
50
50
50
0.1
1
3
Q4025R5
Q6025R5
Q4025N5
Q6025N5
400
600
50
50
50
50
50
50
0.1
0.1
1
1
3
3
Q8025R5
QK025R5
Q8025N5
QK025N5
800
1000
50
50
50
50
50
50
0.1
0.1
1
3
3
Q6025P5
600
50
50
50
120
0.1
5
Q8025P5
800
50
50
50
120
0.1
5
Q6035P5
600
50
50
50
120
0.1
5
Q8035P5
800
50
50
50
120
0.1
5
15 A
25 A
35 A
MT1
MT2
Specific Test Conditions
VDRM — Repetitive peak blocking voltage
di/dt — Maximum rate-of-change of on-state current; IGT = 200 mA with
≤0.1 µs rise time
dv/dt — Critical rate-of-rise of off-state voltage at rated VDRM gate open
dv/dt(c) — Critical rate-of-rise of commutation voltage at rated VDRM
and IT(RMS) commutating di/dt = 0.54 rated IT(RMS)/ms; gate
unenergized
I2t — RMS surge (non-repetitive) on-state current for period of 8.3 ms
for fusing
VGT — DC gate trigger voltage; VD = 12 V dc; RL = 60 Ω
VTM — Peak on-state voltage at maximum rated RMS current
General Notes
•
All measurements are made at 60 Hz with a resistive load at an
ambient temperature of +25 °C unless specified otherwise.
•
Operating temperature range (TJ) is -65 °C to +125 °C for TO-92,
-25 °C to +125 °C for Fastpak, and -40 °C to +125 °C for all other
devices.
•
Storage temperature range (TS) is -65 °C to +150 °C for TO-92,
-40 °C to +150 °C for TO-202, and -40 °C to +125 °C for all other
devices.
•
Lead solder temperature is a maximum of 230 °C for 10 seconds,
maximum; ≥1/16" (1.59 mm) from case.
•
The case temperature (TC) is measured as shown on the dimensional outline drawings. See “Package Dimensions” section of this
catalog.
IDRM — Peak off-state current, gate open; VDRM = maximum rated value
IGT — DC gate trigger current in specific operating quadrants;
VD = 12 V dc
IGTM — Peak gate trigger current
IH — Holding current (DC); gate open
IT(RMS) — RMS on-state current conduction angle of 360°
ITSM — Peak one-cycle surge
PG(AV) — Average gate power dissipation
PGM — Peak gate power dissipation; IGT ≤ IGTM
tgt — Gate controlled turn-on time; IGT = 200 mA with 0.1 µs rise time
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Data Sheets
Triacs
VTM
VGT
IH
IGTM
PGM
(1) (5)
(2) (6) (15)
(18) (19)
(1) (8) (12)
(14)
(14)
Volts
Volts
PG(AV)
ITSM
dv/dt(c)
dv/dt
tgt
(9) (13)
(1) (4) (13)
(1)
(10) (17)
Amps
Amps
Watts
Watts
I2t
di/dt
Amps2Sec
Amps/µSec
Volts/µSec
TC =
125 °C
TC = 25 °C
TC = 25 °C
mAmps
MAX
MAX
MAX
1.6
2.5
35
1.8
20
0.5
120/100
2
150
3
60
70
1.6
2.5
35
1.8
20
0.5
120/100
2
150
3
60
70
1.6
2.5
35
1.8
20
0.5
120/100
2
100
3
60
70
1.6
2.5
35
1.8
20
0.5
120/100
2
75
3
60
70
1.6
2.5
35
1.8
20
0.5
120/100
2
50
3
60
70
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
50
50
1.8
1.8
20
20
0.5
0.5
120/100
120/100
4
4
350
350
225
225
3
3
60
60
70
70
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
50
50
1.8
1.8
20
20
0.5
0.5
120/100
120/100
4
4
300
250
200
175
3
3
60
60
70
70
1.6
1.6
2.5
2.5
50
70
1.8
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
120/100
200/167
4
4
150
400
275
3
4
60
166
70
100
1.6
2.5
70
2
20
0.5
200/167
4
400
275
4
166
100
1.6
2.5
70
2
20
0.5
200/167
4
350
225
4
166
100
1.6
2.5
70
2
20
0.5
200/167
4
300
200
4
166
100
1.6
2.5
70
2
20
0.5
200/167
4
200
4
166
100
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
100
100
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
200/167
200/167
5
5
400
400
275
275
4
4
166
166
100
100
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
100
100
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
200/167
200/167
5
5
350
300
225
200
4
4
166
166
100
100
1.8
2.5
100
2
20
0.5
200/167
5
200
4
166
100
1.4
2.75
50
2
20
0.5
250/220
5
550
475
3
260
100
1.4
2.75
50
2
20
0.5
250/220
5
450
400
3
260
100
1.5
2.75
50
2
20
0.5
350/300
5
550
475
3
508
100
1.5
2.75
50
2
20
0.5
350/300
5
450
400
3
508
100
60/50 Hz
Volts/µSec
TC =
100 °C
TYP
MIN
µSec
TYP
Electrical Specification Notes
(15) RL = 60 Ω for 0.8 A to10 A triacs; RL = 30 Ω for 15 A to 35 A triacs
(1)
For either polarity of MT2 with reference to MT1 terminal
(16) TC = TJ for test conditions in off state
(2)
For either polarity of gate voltage (VGT) with reference to MT1
terminal
(18) Quadrants I, II, III only
(3)
See Gate Characteristics and Definition of Quadrants.
(4)
See Figure E2.1 through Figure E2.7 for current rating at specific
operating temperature.
(5)
See Figure E2.8 through Figure E2.10 for iT versus vT.
(17) IGT = 300 mA for 25 A and 35 A devices
(19) Minimum non-trigger VGT at 125 °C is 0.2 V for all except 50 mA
MAX QIV devices which are 0.2 V at 110 °C.
Gate Characteristics
(6)
See Figure E2.12 for VGT versus TC.
(7)
See Figure E2.11 for IGT versus TC.
Teccor triacs may be turned on between gate and MT1 terminals
in the following ways:
(8)
See Figure E2.14 for IH versus TC.
•
(9)
See Figure E2.13 for surge rating with specific durations.
In-phase signals (with standard AC line) using Quadrants I
and III
•
Application of unipolar pulses (gate always positive or negative), using Quadrants II and III with negative gate pulses and
Quadrants I and IV with positive gate pulses
(10) See Figure E2.15 for tgt versus IGT.
(11) See package outlines for lead form configurations. When ordering
special lead forming, add type number as suffix to part number.
(12) Initial on-state current = 200 mA dc for 0.8 A to10 A devices,
400 mA dc for 15 A to 35 A devices
(13) See Figure E2.1 through Figure E2.6 for maximum allowable case
temperature at maximum rated current.
(14) Pulse width ≤10 µs; IGT ≤ IGTM
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is recommended that only negative pulses be applied. If positive pulses are required, see “Sensitive Triacs” section of
this catalog or contact the factory. Also, see
Figure AN1002.8, “Amplified Gate” Thyristor Circuit.
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Electrical Isolation
In all cases, if maximum surge capability is required, pulses
should be a minimum of one magnitude above IGT rating with a
steep rising waveform (≤1 µs rise time).
Teccor’s isolated triac packages will withstand a minimum high
potential test of 2500 V ac rms from leads to mounting tab or
base, over the operating temperature range of the device. The
following isolation table shows standard and optional isolation
ratings.
ALL POLARITIES ARE REFERENCED TO MT1
MT2
(-)
MT2 POSITIVE
(Positive Half Cycle)
+
IGT
GATE
(+)
MT2
Electrical Isolation
from Leads to Mounting Tab *
IGT
GATE
MT1
IGT
REF
IGT
GATE
(+)
MT1
REF
REF
QII QI
QIII QIV
MT2
(-)
MT1
+
V AC RMS
2500
TO-220
Isolated
Standard
Fastpak
Isolated
Standard
4000
Optional **
N/A
IGT
MT2
* UL Recognized File E71639
** For 4000 V isolation, use V suffix in part number.
IGT
GATE
MT1
-
REF
MT2 NEGATIVE
(Negative Half Cycle)
Definition of Quadrants
Thermal Resistance (Steady State)
R θ JC [R θ JA] (TYP.) °C/W
Package Code
P
E
C
F
F2
L
R
D
V
N
TO-3
Fastpak
TO-92
Compak
TO-202
Type 1
TO-202
Type 2
TO-220
Isolated
TO-220
Non-isolated
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-251
V-Pak
TO-263
D2Pak
3.5 [45]
6 [70]
3.6 [50]
3.5
6.0 [70]
Type
0.8 A
60 [135]
60 *
1A
4A
50 [95]
40 *
6A
8A
3.8
3.3
3.3
2.8
1.8 [45]
1.5
1.8
1.5
10 A
3.5
2.6
1.3
1.3
2.1
1.1
1.1
0.89
0.89
15 A
25 A
1.6
35 A
* Mounted on 1
1.5
cm2
copper foil surface; two-ounce copper foil
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Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Data Sheets
130
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured
as shown on Dimensional Drawing
120
110
100
1A
90
80
0.8 A
70
60
0
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
130
120
10 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
10 A D2Pak
110
100
10 A TO-202
90
80
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawing
70
˚
60
0
0
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – AMPS
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
6 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
6 A D2Pak
6 A TO-220 (Isolated)
6 A TO-202
100
4 A TO-202 (TYPE 2 and 4)
4 A TO-251
90
80
4 A TO-220 (Isolated)
4 A TO-202 (Type 1 and 3)
4 A TO-252
70
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawing
˚
60
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
14
Figure E2.4 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (10 A)
130
110
4
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E2.1 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus On-state
Current (0.8 A and 1 A)
120
2
6
7
130
120
15 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
15 A D2Pak
110
100
15 A TO-220 (Isolated)
90
80
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawing
70
˚
60
0
0
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – Amps
5
10
15
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – AMPS
Figure E2.5 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (15 A)
Figure E2.2 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus On-state
Current (4 A and 6 A)
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
130
130
10 A TO-220 (Isolated)
120
8 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
8 A D2Pak
110
100
8 A TO-202
8 A TO-220 (Isolated)
90
80
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawing
70
˚
60
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawing
120
110
25 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
25 A D2Pak
100
90
25 A TO-3 Fastpak
35 A TO-3 Fastpak
80
70
60
50
0
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – AMPS
10
20
30
40
50
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E2.6 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (25 A and 35 A)
Figure E2.3 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (8 A and 10 A)
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90
120
80
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
FREE AIR RATING – NO HEATSINK
100
Positive or Negative Instantaneous
On-state Current (iT) – Amps
Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature (TA) — ˚C
Triacs
TO-202 (TYPE 2 and 4)
TO-251
80
TO-220 Devices and
TO-202 (Type 1 and 3)
60
1 A TO-92
40
TC = 25 ˚C
70
60
50
40
15 A and 25 A Fastpak
30
20
15 A and 25 A
10
0.8 A TO-92
25
0
20
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
0
2.0
RMS On-state Current [IT (RMS)] — Amps
0.6
Figure E2.7 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
On-state Current
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
Figure E2.10 On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical)
(15 A and 25 A)
4.0
10
9
TC = 25 ˚C
8
6
5
2.0
Ratio of
1A
4
3.0
IGT(TC = 25 ˚C)
7
IGT
Positive or Negative Instantaneous On-state Current (iT) – Amps
0.8
Positive or Negative Instantaneous On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
3
1.0
2
0.8 A
1
0
0
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
-65
1.8
-40
-15
+25
+65
+125
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Positive or Negative Instantaneous On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
Figure E2.11 Normalized DC Gate Trigger Current for All Quadrants
versus Case Temperature
Figure E2.8 On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical)
(0.8 A and 1 A)
20
2.0
TC = 25 ˚C
18
VGT
12
4A
10
VGT(TC = 25 ˚C)
6-10 A
14
1.5
1.0
8
Ratio of
Positive or Negative Instantaneous
On-state Current (iT) – Amps
16
6
.5
4
2
0
0
0
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
-65
1.8
-15
+25
+65
+125
Figure E2.12 Normalized DC Gate Trigger Voltage for All Quadrants
versus Case Temperature
Figure E2.9 On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical)
(4 A, 6 A, 8 A, and 10 A)
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Triacs
1000
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60 Hz Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive
RMS ON-STATE CURRENT [lT(RMS)]: Maximum
Rated Value at Specified Case Temperature
NOTES:
) – Amps
400
Peak Surge (Non-repetitive) On-state Current (l
TSM
300
200
1) Gate control may be lost during and
immediately following surge current interval.
2) Overload may not be repeated until
junction temperature has returned to
steady-state rated value.
120
100
80
35 A
Fast
pak
25 A
Fast
pak
25 A
T
60
50
40
30
15 A
20
10 A
10
8A
6A
O-22
0
4A
1A
0.8
A
1
1
10
100
1000
Surge Current Duration – Full Cycles
Figure E2.13 Peak Surge Current versus Surge Current Duration
4.0
8
Devices with lGT = 10 mA
Typical Turn-on Time (tgt) – µSec
INITIAL ON-STATE CURRENT
= 200 mA DC 0.8 A - 10 A Devices
= 400 mA DC 15 A - 25 A Devices
IH
Ratio of
IH(TC = 25 ˚C)
3.0
2.0
1.0
7
Devices with lGT = 25 mA
TC = 25 ˚C
6
Devices with lGT = 50 mA
5
4
3
2
1
0
-65
-40
-15
+25
+65
0
+125
50
75
100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300
DC Gate Trigger Current (lGT) – mA
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Figure E2.14 Normalized DC Holding Current versus Case Temperature
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Figure E2.15 Turn-on Time versus Gate Trigger Current (Typical)
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Average On-state Power Dissipation
[PD(AV)] – Watts
Average On-state Power Dissipation
[PD(AV)] – Watts
4.0
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
1.0
0.8 A
1A
0.5
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
3.0
2.0
4A
1.0
0
0
0.25
0.50
0.75
1.0
0
1.25
0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E2.16 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus On-state Current
(0.8 A and 1 A)
Average On-state Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E2.19 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus RMS On-state Current
(4 A)
18
16
15 A
14
12
6-10 A
10
8
6
4
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
2
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – Amps
Average On-state Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
Figure E2.17 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus On-state Current
(6 A to 10 A and 15 A)
45
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
40
35
30
25 A
25
20
25 A - 35 A Fastpaks
15
10
5
0
0
8
16
24
32
40
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E2.18 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus On-state Current
(25 A to 35 A)
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Isolated
MT2
MT1
T
Quadrac
Internally Triggered Triacs (4 A to 15 A)
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General Description
Teccor’s Quadrac devices are triacs that include a diac trigger
mounted inside the same package. This device, developed by
Teccor, saves the user the expense and assembly time of buying
a discrete diac and assembling in conjunction with a gated triac.
Also, the alternistor Quadrac device (QxxxxLTH) eliminates the
need for a snubber network.
The Quadrac device is a bidirectional AC switch and is gate controlled for either polarity of main terminal voltage. Its primary purpose is for AC switching and phase control applications such as
speed controls, temperature modulation controls, and lighting
controls where noise immunity is required.
Triac current capacities range from 4 A to 15 A with voltage
ranges from 200 V to 600 V. Quadrac devices are available in the
TO-220 package.
The TO-220 package is electrically isolated to 2500 V rms from
the leads to mounting surface. 4000 V rms is available on special
order. This means that no external isolation is required, thus
eliminating the need for separate insulators and insulator-mounting steps and saving dollars over “hot tab” devices.
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All Teccor triac and diac chips have glass-passivated junctions to
ensure long-term device reliability and parameter stability.
Variations of devices in this data sheet are available for custom
design applications. Consult the factory for more information.
Features
•
•
•
•
•
Glass-passivated junctions
Electrically-isolated package
Internal trigger diac
High surge capability — up to 200 A
High voltage capability — 200 V to 600 V
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Part No.
IT(RMS)
Isolated
(5)
MT1
Trigger Diac Specifications (T–MT1)
VDRM
IDRM
VTM
∆VBO
VBO
[∆V± ]
(1)
(1) (10)
(1) (3)
(7)
(6)
(6)
TC = 25 °C
Volts
Volts
Volts
µAmps
µFarads
IBO
CT
(11)
T
MT2
TO-220
See “Package Dimensions” section
for variations. (12)
4A
6A
8A
10 A
15 A
Volts
TC =
25 °C
MIN
mAmps
TC =
100 °C
Volts
TC =
125 °C
MAX
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
MAX
Q2004LT
200
0.05
MAX
0.5
2
1.6
3
33
43
5
25
0.1
Q4004LT
400
0.05
0.5
2
1.6
3
33
43
5
25
0.1
Q6004LT
600
0.05
0.5
2
1.6
3
33
43
5
25
0.1
Q2006LT
Q4006LT
200
400
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
3
3
33
33
43
43
5
5
25
25
0.1
0.1
Q6006LT
Q4006LTH
600
400
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
3
3
33
33
43
43
5
5
25
25
0.1
0.1
Q6006LTH
600
0.05
0.5
2
1.6
3
33
43
5
25
0.1
Q2008LT
200
0.05
0.5
2
1.6
3
33
43
5
25
0.1
Q4008LT
Q6008LT
400
600
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
3
3
33
33
43
43
5
5
25
25
0.1
0.1
Q4008LTH
Q6008LTH
400
600
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
3
3
33
33
43
43
5
5
25
25
0.1
0.1
Q2010LT
Q4010LT
200
400
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
3
3
33
33
43
43
5
5
25
25
0.1
0.1
Q6010LT
Q4010LTH
600
400
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
3
3
33
33
43
43
5
5
25
25
0.1
0.1
Q6010LTH
600
0.05
0.5
2
1.6
3
33
43
5
25
0.1
Q2015LT
200
0.05
0.5
2
1.6
3
33
43
5
25
0.1
Q4015LT
Q6015LT
400
600
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
3
3
33
33
43
43
5
5
25
25
0.1
0.1
Q4015LTH
Q6015LTH
400
600
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
1.6
1.6
3
3
33
33
43
43
5
5
25
25
0.1
0.1
Specific Test Conditions
[∆V±] — Dynamic breakback voltage (forward and reverse)
∆VBO — Breakover voltage symmetry
CT — Trigger firing capacitance
di/dt — Maximum rate-of-change of on-state current
dv/dt — Critical rate-of-rise of off-state voltage at rated VDRM gate open
dv/dt(c) — Critical rate-of-rise of commutation voltage at rated VDRM
and IT(RMS) commutating di/dt = 0.54 rated IT(RMS)/ms; gate
unenergized
I2t — RMS surge (non-repetitive) on-state current for period of 8.3 ms
for fusing
IBO — Peak breakover current
IDRM — Peak off-state current gate open; VDRM = maximum rated value
IGTM — Peak gate trigger current (10 µs Max)
IH — Holding current; gate open
IT(RMS) — RMS on-state current, conduction angle of 360°
ITSM — Peak one-cycle surge
tgt — Gate controlled turn-on time
VBO — Breakover voltage (forward and reverse)
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VDRM — Repetitive peak blocking voltage
VTM — Peak on-state voltage at maximum rated RMS current
General Notes
•
All measurements are made at 60 Hz with resistive load at an ambient temperature of +25 °C unless otherwise specified.
•
Operating temperature range (TJ) is -40 °C to +125 °C.
•
Storage temperature range (TS) is -40 °C to +125 °C.
•
Lead solder temperature is a maximum of +230 °C for 10 seconds
maximum; ≥1/16" (1.59 mm) from case.
•
The case temperature (TC) is measured as shown on dimensional
outline drawings. See “Package Dimensions” section of this
catalog.
Electrical Specification Notes
(1)
For either polarity of MT2 with reference to MT1
(2)
(3)
(4)
See Figure E3.1 for IH versus TC.
See Figure E3.4 and Figure E3.5 for iT versus vT.
See Figure E3.9 for surge ratings with specific durations.
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IH
ITSM
dv/dt(c)
dv/dt
tgt
(1) (2)
(4) (8)
(1) (5) (8)
(1)
(6) (9)
TC =
TC =
100 °C 125 °C
µSec
MIN
TYP
I2t
IGTM
di/dt
(9)
Volts/µSec
Amps2Sec
Amps
Amps/µSec
3
12.5
1.2
50
3
3
12.5
12.5
1.2
1.2
50
50
100
100
3
3
26.5
26.5
1.5
1.5
70
70
85
450
3
3
26.5
26.5
1.5
1.5
70
70
mAmps
Amps
Volts/µSec
MAX
60/50Hz
MIN
40
55/46
3
75
50
40
40
55/46
55/46
3
3
75
50
50
50
50
50
80/65
80/65
4
4
150
150
50
50
80/65
80/65
4
25
125
575
50
80/65
25
425
350
3
26.5
1.5
70
60
100/83
4
175
120
3
41
1.5
70
60
60
100/83
100/83
4
4
175
150
120
100
3
3
41
41
1.5
1.5
70
70
60
60
100/83
100/83
25
25
575
425
450
350
3
3
41
41
1.5
1.5
70
70
60
60
120/100
120/100
4
4
200
200
150
150
3
3
60
60
1.5
1.5
70
70
60
60
120/100
120/100
4
30
175
925
120
700
3
3
60
60
1.5
1.5
70
70
60
120/100
30
775
600
3
60
1.5
70
70
200/167
4
300
200
3
166
1.5
100
70
70
200/167
200/167
4
4
300
200
200
150
3
3
166
166
1.5
1.5
100
100
70
70
200/167
200/167
30
30
925
775
700
600
3
3
166
166
1.5
1.5
100
100
(5)
See Figure E3.6, Figure E3.7, and Figure E3.8 for current rating at
specific operating temperature.
(6) See Figure E3.2 and Figure E3.3 for test circuit.
(7) ∆VBO = [+ VBO] - [- VBO]
(8) See Figure E3.7 and Figure E3.8 for maximum allowable case
temperature at maximum rated current.
(9) Trigger firing capacitance = 0.1 µF with 0.1 µs rise time
(10) TC = TJ for test conditions in off state
(11) Maximum required value to ensure sufficient gate current
(12) See package outlines for lead form configurations. When ordering
special lead forming, add type number as suffix to part number.
Electrical Isolation
All Teccor isolated Quadrac packages withstand a minimum high
potential test of 2500 V ac rms from leads to mounting tab over
the operating temperature range of the device. The following isolation table shows standard and optional isolation ratings.
Electrical Isolation
from Leads to Mounting Tab *
V AC RMS
TYPE
2500
4000
Standard
Optional **
* UL Recognized File #E71639
**For 4000 V isolation, use “V” suffix in part number.
Thermal Resistance (Steady State)
RθJC [RθJA] °C/W (TYP)
TYPE
Isolated TO-220
4A
6A
3.6 [50]
3.3
8A
10 A
2.8
2.6
15 A
2.1
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Data Sheets
Positive or Negative
Instantaneous On-state Current (iT) – Amps
20
IH
Ratio of
IH(TC = 25 ˚C)
2.0
INITIAL ON-STATE CURRENT
= 200 mA DC 4 A to 10 A
= 400 mA DC 15 A
1.5
1.0
.5
0
-40
-15
+25
+65
+105
+125
18
TC = 25 ˚C
16
14
6 A, 8 A, and 10 A
12
10
8
6
4
4A
2
0
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
0
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
Positive or Negative
Instantaneous On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
Figure E3.4 On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical)
(4 A to 10 A)
Positive or Negative
Instantaneous On-state Current (iT) – Amps
Figure E3.1 Normalized DC Holding Current versus Case Temperature
RL
D.U.T.
MT2
120 V
60 Hz
T
VC
90
80
TC = 25˚C
70
60
50
15 A
40
30
20
10
0
MT1
0.6
0
CT = 0.1 µF
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
1.8
1.6
Positive or Negative
Instantaneous On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
Figure E3.2 Test Circuit
Figure E3.5 On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical) (15 A)
Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature (TA) – ˚C
120
VC
+VBO
∆V+
∆V-
100
4A
80
60
40
25
20
-VBO
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E3.3 Test Circuit Waveforms
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Figure E3.6 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
On-state Current
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Data Sheets
Quadrac
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured
as shown on Dimensional Drawings
˚
120
110
100
4A
90
80
70
60
0
0
.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
4.0
Average On-state Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
130
3.0
4A
2.0
1.0
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
0
5.0
0
2.0
1.0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
3.0
5.0
4.0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E3.7 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (4 A)
Figure E3.10 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus On-state Current (4 A)
18
Average On-state Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
130
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured
as shown on Dimensional Drawings
˚
120
110
100
15 A
6A
90
80
10 A
8A
70
60
0
0
2.0
4.0
6.0
8.0
10.0
12.0
14.0
16.0
18.0
16
14
12
10
20.0
Percentage of VBO Change – %
Peak Surge (Non-repetitive)
On-state Current (ITSM) – Amps
15 A
20
10 A
8A
6A
10
8
6
5
4
4A
3
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60 Hz Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive
RMS ON-STATE CURRENT [IT(RMS)]: Maximum
Rated Value at Specified Case Temperature
2
3 4 5 6 8 10
20
3040
60 80 100
200
300
600
1000
8
10
12
14
16
+2
0
-2
-4
-6
-8
-20
0
+20 +40 +60 +80 +100 +120 +140
Junction Temperature (TJ) – ˚C
Surge Current Duration – Full Cycles
Figure E3.12 Normalized diac VBO versus Junction Temperature
Figure E3.9 Peak Surge Current versus Surge Current Duration
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+4
-40
1
1
4
2
Figure E3.11 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus On-state Current
(6 A to 10 A and 15 A)
30
2
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
2
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
NOTES:
1) Gates control may be lost during
and immediately following surge
current interval.
2) Overload may not be repeated until
junction temperature has returned to
steady state rated value.
60
50
40
4
0
Figure E3.8 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (6 A to 15 A)
120
100
80
6
0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
200
15 A
6 A to 10 A
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*TO-218X
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TO-252
D-Pak
TO-251
V-Pak
TO-263
D 2 Pak
MT2
MT1
G
Alternistor Triacs
(6 A to 40 A)
E4
General Description
Teccor offers bidirectional alternistors with current ratings from
6 A to 40 A and voltages from 200 V to 1000 V as part of Teccor's
broad line of thyristors. Teccor's alternistor is specifically
designed for applications that switch highly inductive loads.
A special chip offers the same performance as two thyristors
(SCRs) wired inverse parallel (back-to-back), providing better
turn-off behavior than a standard triac. An alternistor may be triggered from a blocking to conduction state for either polarity of
applied AC voltage with operating modes in Quadrants I, II,
and III.
Variations of devices covered in this data sheet are available for
custom design applications. Consult the factory for further
information.
This new chip construction provides two electrically separate
SCR structures, providing enhanced dv/dt characteristics while
retaining the advantages of a single-chip device.
All alternistors have glass-passivated junctions to ensure longterm reliability and parameter stability. Teccor's glass-passivated
junctions offer a reliable barrier against junction contamination.
Teccor's TO-218X package is designed for heavy, steady powerhandling capability. It features large eyelet terminals for ease of
soldering heavy gauge hook-up wire. All the isolated packages
have a standard isolation voltage rating of 2500 V rms .
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•
•
•
•
•
High surge current capability
Glass-passivated junctions
2500 V ac isolation for L, J, and K Packages
High commutating dv/dt
High static dv/dt
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Alternistor Triacs
Data Sheets
Part Number
IT(RMS)
Isolated
Non-isolated
(4)(16)
MT2
G
MT2
G
T0-220
MAX
MT1
MT1
G
G
MT2
MT1
MT1
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-263
D2Pak
MT2
TO-251
V-Pak
mAmps
mAmps
Volts
QI
QII
QIII
TC =
25 °C
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (11)
Q2006VH3
Q2006DH3
MIN
200
10
MAX
10
10
0.01
MAX
0.5
2
Q4006VH3
Q6006VH3
Q4006DH3
Q6006DH3
400
600
10
10
10
10
10
10
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
Q8006VH3
QK006VH3
Q8006DH3
QK006DH3
800
1000
10
10
10
10
10
10
0.01
0.02
0.5
2
2
Q2006VH4
Q4006VH4
Q2006DH4
Q4006DH4
200
400
35
35
35
35
35
35
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
Q6006VH4
Q6006DH4
600
35
35
35
0.01
0.5
2
Q8006VH4
Q8006DH4
800
35
35
35
0.01
0.5
2
QK006VH4
QK006DH4
1000
35
35
35
0.02
2
TO-220
TC =
100 °C
TC =
125 °C
Q2006LH4
Q2006RH4
Q2006NH4
200
35
35
35
0.01
0.5
2
Q4006LH4
Q4006RH4
Q4006NH4
400
35
35
35
0.01
0.5
2
Q6006LH4
Q6006RH4
Q6006NH4
600
35
35
35
0.01
0.5
2
Q8006LH4
Q8006RH4
Q8006NH4
800
35
35
35
0.01
0.5
2
QK006LH4
QK006RH4
QK006NH4
1000
35
35
35
0.02
3
8A
12 A
(1) (18)
MT2
6A
10 A
IDRM
(3) (7) (15) (17)
G
MT2
MT2
IGT
(1)
MT2
MT2
MT1
VDRM
Q2008VH3
Q4008VH3
Q2008DH3
Q4008DH3
200
400
10
10
10
10
10
10
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
Q6008VH3
Q8008VH3
Q6008DH3
Q8008DH3
600
800
10
10
10
10
10
10
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
QK008VH3
Q2008VH4
QK008DH3
Q2008DH4
1000
200
10
35
10
35
10
35
0.02
0.01
2
0.5
2
Q4008VH4
Q6008VH4
Q4008DH4
Q6008DH4
400
600
35
35
35
35
35
35
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
Q8008VH4
QK008VH4
Q8008DH4
QK008DH4
800
1000
35
35
35
35
35
35
0.01
0.02
0.5
2
2
Q2008LH4
Q4008LH4
Q2008RH4
Q4008RH4
Q2008NH4
Q4008NH4
200
400
35
35
35
35
35
35
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
Q6008LH4
Q8008LH4
Q6008RH4
Q8008RH4
Q6008NH4
Q8008NH4
600
800
35
35
35
35
35
35
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
QK008LH4
QK008RH4
QK008NH4
1000
35
35
35
0.02
3
Q2010LH5
Q2010RH5
Q2010NH5
200
50
50
50
0.01
0.5
2
Q4010LH5
Q6010LH5
Q4010RH5
Q6010RH5
Q4010NH5
Q6010NH5
400
600
50
50
50
50
50
50
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
Q8010LH5
QK010LH5
Q8010RH5
QK010RH5
Q8010NH5
QK010NH5
800
1000
50
50
50
50
50
50
0.01
0.02
0.5
3
2
Q2012LH5
Q4012LH5
Q2012RH5
Q4012RH5
Q2012NH5
Q4012NH5
200
400
50
50
50
50
50
50
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
Q6012LH5
Q8012LH5
Q6012RH5
Q8012RH5
Q6012NH5
Q8012NH5
600
800
50
50
50
50
50
50
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
2
2
QK012LH5
QK012RH5
QK012NH5
1000
50
50
50
0.02
3
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Data Sheets
Alternistor Triacs
VGT
VTM
IH
IGTM
PGM
(2) (6)
(15) (17)
(20)
(1) (5)
(1) (8)
(12)
(14)
(14)
PG(AV)
Volts
ITSM
dv/dt(c)
dv/dt
tgt
(9) (13)
(1) (4) (13)
(1)
(10)
Amps
I2t
di/dt
(19)
Volts/µSec
Amps2Sec
Amps/µSec
4
17.5
70
4
4
17.5
17.5
70
70
40
4
4
17.5
17.5
70
70
500
500
400
400
4
4
17.5
17.5
70
70
25
400
300
4
17.5
70
25
300
200
4
17.5
70
65/55
25
150
4
17.5
70
0.5
85/80
25
750
600
4
30
70
18
0.5
85/80
25
575
450
4
30
70
1.6
18
0.5
85/80
25
425
350
4
30
70
35
1.6
18
0.5
85/80
25
300
250
4
30
70
1.6
35
1.6
18
0.5
85/80
25
150
4
30
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
15
15
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.4
0.4
85/80
85/80
20
20
100
100
75
75
4
4
30
30
70
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
15
15
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.4
0.4
85/80
85/80
20
20
75
50
50
40
4
4
30
30
70
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
15
35
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.4
0.5
85/80
85/80
20
25
40
750
400
4
4
30
30
70
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
35
35
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.5
0.5
85/80
85/80
25
25
575
425
450
350
4
4
30
30
70
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
35
35
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.5
0.5
85/80
85/80
25
25
300
150
250
4
4
30
30
70
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
35
35
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
25
25
500
500
400
400
4
4
41
41
70
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
35
35
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
25
25
400
300
300
200
4
4
41
41
70
70
TC = 25 °C
Volts
mAmps
Amps
Watts
Watts
Volts/µSec
MAX
MAX
MAX
1.3
1.6
15
1.6
18
0.4
65/55
20
100
75
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
15
15
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.4
0.4
65/55
65/55
20
20
100
75
75
50
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
15
15
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.4
0.4
65/55
65/55
20
20
50
40
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
35
35
1.6
1.6
18
18
0.5
0.5
65/55
65/55
25
25
1.3
1.6
35
1.6
18
0.5
65/55
1.3
1.6
35
1.6
18
0.5
65/55
1.3
1.6
35
1.6
18
0.5
1.3
1.6
35
1.6
18
1.3
1.6
35
1.6
1.3
1.6
35
1.3
1.6
1.3
60/50 Hz
TC = 100 °C
MIN
TC = 125 °C
MIN
µSec
TYP
1.3
1.6
35
2
20
0.5
100/83
25
150
4
41
70
1.3
1.6
50
2
20
0.5
120/110
30
1150
1000
4
60
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
50
50
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
120/110
120/110
30
30
1000
850
750
650
4
4
60
60
70
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
50
50
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
120/110
120/110
30
30
650
300
500
4
4
60
60
70
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
50
50
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
120/110
120/110
30
30
1150
1000
1000
750
4
4
60
60
70
70
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.6
50
50
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
120/110
120/110
30
30
850
650
650
500
4
4
60
60
70
70
1.3
1.6
50
2
20
0.5
120/110
30
300
4
60
70
See “General Notes” and “Electrical Specification Notes” on page E4 - 5.
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Alternistor Triacs
Data Sheets
Part Number
IT(RMS)
Isolated
Non-isolated
(4)(16)
VDRM
IGT
(1)
(3) (7) (15) (17)
MT2
A
A
MT2
G
MT2
MT1
G
MT1
K A G
MT2
T0-220
MAX
16 A
25 A
30 A
TO-218
(16)
K
G
A
MT1
TO-218X
G
mAmps
MT2
TO-220
TO-263
D2Pak
Volts
QI
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (11)
QII
QIII
MAX
Q2016LH3
Q2016RH3
Q2016NH3
200
20
20
20
Q4016LH3
Q4016RH3
Q4016NH3
400
20
20
20
Q6016LH3
Q6016RH3
Q6016NH3
600
20
20
20
Q8016LH3
Q8016RH3
Q8016NH3
800
20
20
20
QK016LH3
QK016RH3
QK016NH3
1000
20
20
20
Q2016LH4
Q4016LH4
Q2016RH4
Q4016RH4
Q2016NH4
Q4016NH4
200
400
35
35
35
35
35
35
Q6016LH4
Q8016LH4
Q6016RH4
Q8016RH4
Q6016NH4
Q8016NH4
600
800
35
35
35
35
35
35
QK016LH4
Q2016LH6
QK016RH4
Q2016RH6
QK016NH4
Q2016NH6
1000
200
35
80
35
80
35
80
Q4016LH6
Q6016LH6
Q4016RH6
Q6016RH6
Q4016NH6
Q6016NH6
400
600
80
80
80
80
80
80
Q8016LH6
QK016LH6
Q8016RH6
QK016RH6
Q8016NH6
QK016NH6
800
1000
80
80
80
80
80
80
Q2025L6
Q4025L6
Q2025K6
Q4025K6
Q2025J6
Q4025J6
Q2025R6
Q4025R6
Q2025NH6
Q4025NH6
200
400
80
80
80
80
80
80
Q6025L6
Q8025L6
Q6025K6
Q8025K6
Q6025J6
Q8025J6
Q6025R6
Q8025R6
Q6025NH6
Q8025NH6
600
800
80
80
80
80
80
80
QK025L6
QK025K6
QK025R6
QK025NH6
1000
80
80
80
Q2030LH5
200
50
50
50
Q4030LH5
Q6030LH5
400
600
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
35 A
40 A
Q2035RH5
Q4035RH5
Q2035NH5
Q4035NH5
200
400
Q6035RH5
Q6035NH5
600
50
50
50
Q2040K7
Q2040J7
200
100
100
100
Q4040K7
Q6040K7
Q4040J7
Q6040J7
400
600
100
100
100
100
100
100
Q8040K7
QK040K7
Q8040J7
800
1000
100
100
100
100
100
100
See “General Notes” and “Electrical Specification Notes” on page E4 - 5.
Test Conditions
IH — Holding current (DC); gate open
IT(RMS) — RMS on-state current conduction angle of 360°
di/dt — Maximum rate-of-change of on-state current
dv/dt — Critical rate-of-rise of off-state voltage at rated VDRM gate open
dv/dt(c) — Critical rate-of-rise of commutation voltage at rated VDRM
and IT(RMS) commutating di/dt = 0.54 rated IT(RMS)/ms; gate
unenergized
ITSM — Peak one-cycle surge
PG(AV) — Average gate power dissipation
PGM — Peak gate power dissipation; IGT ≤ IGTM
tgt — Gate controlled turn-on time; IGT = 300 mA with 0.1 µs rise time
I2t — RMS surge (non-repetitive) on-state current for period of 8.3 ms
for fusing
VDRM — Repetitive peak blocking voltage
IDRM — Peak off-state current gate open; VDRM = maximum rated value
IGT — DC gate trigger current in specific operating quadrants;
VD = 12 V dc
VGT — DC gate trigger voltage; VD = 12 V dc
VTM — Peak on-state voltage at maximum rated RMS current
IGTM — Peak gate trigger current
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IDRM
VGT
(1) (18)
TC =
25 °C
VTM
(2) (6) (1) (5)
(15) (17)
(20)
IH
IGTM
PGM
(1) (8)
(12)
(14)
(14)
mAmps
Volts
Volts
TC =
TC =
100 °C 125 °C
TC =
25 °C
TC =
25 °C mAmps
MAX
PG(AV)
ITSM
dv/dt(c)
dv/dt
tgt
(9) (13)
(1) (4) (13)
(1)
(10)
Amps
Volts/µSec
Volts/µSec
TC =
TC =
100 °C 125 °C
µSec
MIN
TYP
Amps
Watts
Watts
60/50 Hz
MIN
I2t
di/dt
(19)
Amps2Sec Amps/µSec
MAX
MAX
MAX
0.05
0.5
2
1.5
1.6
35
2
20
0.5
200/167
20
500
400
3
166
100
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
27
2
1.5
1.5
1.6
1.6
35
35
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
200/167
200/167
20
20
400
300
350
250
3
3
166
166
100
100
0.1
0.1
1
3
3
1.5
1.5
1.6
1.6
35
35
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
200/167
200/167
20
20
275
200
200
3
3
166
166
100
100
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
2
2
1.6
1.6
50
50
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
200/167
200/167
25
25
650
600
500
475
3
3
166
166
100
100
0.05
0.5
2
2
1.6
50
2
20
0.5
200/167
25
500
400
3
166
100
0.1
1
3
2
1.6
50
2
20
0.5
200/167
25
425
350
3
166
100
0.1
3
2
1.6
50
2
20
0.5
200/167
25
300
3
166
100
0.05
0.5
2
2.5
1.6
70
2
20
0.5
200/167
30
875
600
5
166
100
0.05
0.5
2
2.5
1.6
70
2
20
0.5
200/167
30
875
600
5
166
100
0.05
0.5
2
2.5
1.6
70
2
20
0.5
200/167
30
800
520
5
166
100
0.1
1
3
2.5
1.6
70
2
20
0.5
200/167
30
700
475
5
166
100
0.1
3
2.5
1.6
70
2
20
0.5
200/167
30
350
5
166
100
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
2.5
2.5
1.8
1.8
100
100
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
250/208
250/208
30
30
875
875
600
600
5
5
259
259
100
100
0.05
0.1
0.5
1
2
3
2.5
2.5
1.8
1.8
100
100
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
250/208
250/208
30
30
800
700
520
475
5
5
259
259
100
100
0.1
3
2.5
1.8
100
2
20
0.5
250/208
30
400
5
259
100
0.05
0.5
2
2
1.4
75
2
20
0.5
350/290
20
650
500
3
508
100
0.05
0.5
2
2
1.4
75
2
20
0.5
350/290
20
600
475
3
508
100
0.05
0.5
2
2
1.4
75
2
20
0.5
350/290
20
500
400
3
508
100
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
2
2
2
2
1.5
1.5
75
75
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
350/290
350/290
20
20
650
600
500
475
3
3
508
508
100
100
0.05
0.5
2
2
1.5
75
2
20
0.5
350/290
20
500
400
3
508
100
0.2
2
5
2.5
1.8
120
4
40
0.8
400/335
50
1100
700
5
664
150
0.2
0.2
2
2
5
5
2.5
2.5
1.8
1.8
120
120
4
4
40
40
0.8
0.8
400/335
400/335
50
50
1100
1000
700
625
5
5
664
664
150
150
0.2
0.2
2
5
5
2.5
2.5
1.8
1.8
120
120
4
4
40
40
0.8
0.8
400/335
400/335
50
50
900
500
575
5
5
664
664
150
150
General Notes
Electrical Specification Notes
•
(1)
For either polarity of MT2 with reference to MT1 terminal
(2)
For either polarity of gate voltage (VGT) with reference to MT1
terminal
All measurements are made at 60 Hz with a resistive load at an
ambient temperature of +25 °C unless specified otherwise.
•
Operating temperature range (TJ) is -40 °C to +125 °C.
•
Storage temperature range (TS) is -40 °C to +125 °C.
(3)
See Gate Characteristics and Definition of Quadrants.
•
Lead solder temperature is a maximum of 230 °C for 10 seconds
maximum ≥1/16" (1.59 mm) from case.
(4)
•
The case temperature (TC) is measured as shown in the dimensional outline drawings. See “Package Dimensions” section.
See Figure E4.1 through Figure E4.4 for current rating at specific
operating temperature and Figure 4.16 for free air rating (no heat
sink).
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(5)
See Figure E4.5 and Figure E4.6 for iT and vT.
(6)
See Figure E4.7 for VGT versus TC.
(7)
See Figure E4.8 for IGT versus TC.
(8)
See Figure E4.9 for IH versus TC.
(9)
See Figure E4.10 and Figure E4.11 for surge rating with specific
durations.
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(10) See Figure E4.12 for tgt versus IGT.
(11) See package outlines for lead form configurations. When ordering
special lead forming, add type number as suffix to part number.
ALL POLARITIES ARE REFERENCED TO MT1
(12) Initial on-state current = 400 mA dc for 16 A to 40 A devices and
100 mA for 6 A to 12 A devices.
MT2
(-)
(13) See Figure E4.1 through Figure E4.4 for maximum allowable case
temperature at maximum rated current.
MT2 POSITIVE
(Positive Half Cycle)
+
IGT
GATE
(+)
(14) Pulse width ≤10 µs; IGT ≤ IGTM
MT2
IGT
GATE
MT1
(15) For 6 A to 12 A devices, RL = 60 Ω; 16 A and above, RL = 30 Ω
IGT
(16) 40 A pin terminal leads on K package can run 100 °C to 125 °C.
MT1
REF
-
MT2
(17) Alternistor does not turn on in Quadrant IV.
(18) TC = TJ for test conditions in off state
(-)
(19) IGT = 200 mA for 6 A to 12 A devices and 500 mA for 16 A to 40 A
devices with gate pulse having rise time of ≤0.1 µs.
IGT
GATE
+
IGT
GATE
MT1
-
REF
IGT
MT2
(+)
MT1
(20) Minimum non-trigger VGT at 125 °C is 0.2 V.
REF
QII QI
QIII QIV
REF
MT2 NEGATIVE
(Negative Half Cycle)
NOTE: Alternistors will not operate in QIV
Gate Characteristics
Definition of Quadrants
Teccor triacs may be turned on in the following ways:
•
In-phase signals (with standard AC line) using Quadrants I
and III
Electrical Isolation
•
Application of unipolar pulses (gate always negative), using
Quadrants II and III with negative gate pulses
Teccor’s isolated alternistor packages withstand a minimum high
potential test of 2500 V ac rms from leads to mounting tab, over
the operating temperature range of the device. The following isolation table shows standard and optional isolation ratings.
In all cases, if maximum surge capability is required, gate pulses
should be a minimum of one magnitude above minimum IGT rating
with a steep rising waveform (≤1 µs rise time).
Electrical Isolation
If QIV and QI operation is required (gate always positive), see
Figure AN1002.8, “Amplified Gate” Thyristor Circuit.
from Leads to Mounting Tab *
V AC RMS
2500
4000
TO-218
Isolated
TO-220
Isolated
TO-218X
Isolated
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Optional **
N/A
* UL Recognized File E71639
** For 4000 V isolation, use V suffix in part number.
Thermal Resistance (Steady State)
R θ JC [R θ JA] (TYP.) °C/W
Package Code
K
J
L
R
D
V
N
TO-218
Isolated *
TO-218X
Isolated *
TO-251
V-Pak
2.3 [64]
2.1
1.32
TO-220
Non-Isolated
1.80 [45]
1.50
1.30
1.20
1.10
0.87
TO-252
D-Pak
2.1
1.8
1.35
TO-220
Isolated **
3.3 [50]
2.8
2.6
2.3
2.1
2.0
2.3
TO-263
D2Pak
1.80
1.50
1.30
1.20
1.10
0.87
0.97
0.95
Type
6A
8A
10 A
12 A
16 A
25 A
30 A
35 A
40 A
0.85
* UL Recognized Product per UL File E71639
** For 4000 V isolation, use V suffix in part number.
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130
130
10A TO-220 (NON-ISOLATED)
AND D2 PAK
120
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) - ˚C
Data Sheets
12A TO-220 (ISOLATED)
110
100
6A TO-220
(NON-ISOLATED)
AND D2 PAK
90
6A TO-220 (ISOLATED)
80
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawing
70
˚
60
0
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawing
120
110
35 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
and TO-263
100
25 A and 30 A
TO-220 (Isolated)
90
80
25 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
TO-218 (Isolated)
TO-263
70
60
50
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
0
14
10
RMS On-State Current [lT(RMS)] - AMPS
25
30
40
50
Figure E4.4 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (25 A to 40 A)
20
130
12 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
and TO-263
110
18
Positive or Negative Instantaneous
On-state Current (iT) – Amps
120
10 A TO-220 (Isolated)
100
8 A TO-220 (Isolated)
90
8 A TO-220 (Non-isolated),
TO-263, TO-251, and TO-252
80
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawing
70
60
TC = 25 ˚C
16
14
12
6 A to 12 A Devices
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
0.8
0.6
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
Positive or Negative Instantaneous
On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E4.5 On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical)
(6 A to 12 A)
Figure E4.2 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (8 A to 12 A)
90
130
80
16A
TO
110
16
100
90
A
-22
0 (
No
TO
-22
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63
)
80
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360 ˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured as
shown on Dimensional Drawing
70
60
TC = 25˚C
70
60
40 A Devices
T
120
Positive or Negative Instantaneous
On-state Current (i ) – Amps
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (T C ) – ˚C
20
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E4.1 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (6 A to 12 A)
Maximum Allowable Case
Temperature (TC) – ˚C
40 A TO-218
(Isolated)
50
40
25 A to 35 A Devices
30
20
16 A Devices
10
0
0
0
5
10
15
0
RMS On-state Current [I T(RMS) ] – Amps
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
T
Figure E4.6 On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical)
(16 A to 40 A)
Figure E4.3 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
On-state Current (16 A)
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200
Peak Surge (Non-Repetitive)
On-state Current (ITSM) – Amps
V GT
1.5
1.0
Ratio of
V GT (T C = 25 ˚C)
2.0
.5
8 A Devices
60
50
40
8 A TO-251
and TO-252
30
20
6 A Devices
6 A TO-251
and TO-252
10
8
6
5
4
3
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60 Hz Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive
RMS ON-STATE CURRENT [IT(RMS)]: Maximum
Rated Value at Specified Case Temperature
2
0
-65
-40
-15
+25
+65
Notes:
1) Gate control may be lost during and
immediately following surge current
interval
2) Overload may not be repeated until
junction temperature has returned
to steady state rated value.
10 A to 12 A Devices
120
100
80
+125
1
1
Case Temperature (T C ) – ˚C
2
3 4 5 6
20
8 10
30 40
60 80 100
300
200
600
1000
Surge Current Duration – Full Cycles
Figure E4.7 Normalized DC Gate Trigger Voltage for all Quadrants
versus Case Temperature
Figure E4.10 Peak Surge Current versus Surge Current Duration
(6 A to 12 A)
1000
Peak Surge (Non-repetitive)
On-state Current (I TSM ) – Amps
I GT (T C = 25 ˚C)
3.0
2.0
Ratio of
I GT
4.0
1.0
0
-65
-40
-15
+25
+65
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60Hz Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive
RMS ON-STATE CURRENT [I T(RMS) ]: Maximum
Rated Value at Specified Case Temperature
400
300
250
200
40 A Devices
35 A Devices
100
80
30 A Devices
60
50
40
Notes:
1) Gate control may be lost during and
immediately following surge current
interval.
2) Overload may not be repeated until
junction temperature has returned to
steady-state rated value.
30
20
+125
25 A Devices
16 A Devices
10
Case Temperature (T C ) – ˚C
1
10
100
1000
Surge Current Duration – Full Cycles
Figure E4.8 Normalized DC Gate Trigger Current for all Quadrants
versus Case Temperature
Figure E4.11 Peak Surge Current versus Surge Current Duration
(16 A to 40 A)
10
INITIAL ON-STATE CURRENT
= 400 mA dc 16 A to 40 A Devices
= 100 mA dc 6 to 12A Devices
3.0
Typical Turn-on
Time (t gt ) – µs
IH
Ratio of
I H (T C = 25 ˚C)
4.0
2.0
1.0
8
I GT = 80 to 100 mA
6
4
I GT = 50 mA
2
I GT = 10 mA to 35 mA
0
-65
0
-40
-15
+25
+65
+125
100
200
300
400
500
DC Gate Trigger Current (I GT ) – mA
Case Temperature (T C ) – ˚C
Figure E4.9 Normalized DC Holding Current versus Case Temperature
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18
Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature (TA) – ˚C
120
Average On-state Power
Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
16
14
12
10
8
6A to 12A Devices
6
4
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
2
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
FREE AIR RATING – NO HEATSINK
100
80
TO-220 Devices
60
TO-251 Devices
40
25
20
0
RMS On-state Current [lT(RMS)] – AmpsS
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
RMS On-state Current [IT (RMS)] – Amps
Figure E4.13 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus On-state Current
(6 A to 12 A)
Figure E4.16 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
On-state Current
18
Average On-state Power
Dissipation [P D (AV) ] – Watts
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
16 LOAD: Resistive or inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 360˚
14
12
10
16A Devices
8
6
4
2
0
0
2
4
6
8
10 12 14 16
RMS On-state Current [I T(RMS) ] – Amps
Figure E4.14 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus On-state Current
(16 A)
45
Average On-State Power
Dissipation [P D(AV) ]—Watts
Current Waveform: Sinusoidal
40 Load: Resistive or Inductive
Conduction Angle: 360˚
35
30
25 A
25
30 A and
35 A Devices
40 A
20
15
10
5
0
0
4
8
12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40
RMS On-State Current [I T(RMS) ]—Amps
Figure E4.15 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus On-state Current
(25 A to 40 A)
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TO-92
*TO-220
Isolated
3-lead
Compak
TO-202
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-251
V-Pak
A
K
G
Sensitive SCRs
(0.8 A to 10 A)
E5
General Description
The Teccor line of sensitive SCR semiconductors are half-wave
unidirectional, gate-controlled rectifiers (SCR-thyristor) which
complement Teccor's line of power SCRs. This group of
packages offers ratings of 0.8 A to 10 A, and 200 V to 600 V with
gate sensitivities of 12 µA to 500 µA. For gate currents in the
10 mA to 50 mA ranges, see “SCRs” section of this catalog.
The TO-220 and TO-92 are electrically isolated where the case
or tab is internally isolated to allow the use of low-cost assembly
and convenient packaging techniques.
Teccor's line of SCRs features glass-passivated junctions to
ensure long-term device reliability and parameter stability.
Teccor's glass offers a rugged, reliable barrier against junction
contamination.
•
•
•
•
Electrically-isolated TO-220 package
High voltage capability — up to 600 V
High surge capability — up to 100 A
Glass-passivated chip
Compak Features
•
•
•
•
Tape-and-reel packaging is available for the TO-92 package.
Consult the factory for more information.
Variations of devices covered in this data sheet are available for
custom design applications. Consult the factory for more
information.
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New small-profile three-leaded Compak package
Four gate sensitivities available
Packaged in embossed carrier tape with 2,500
devices per reel
Can replace SOT-223
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Part Number
IT
Non-isolated
VDRM &
VRRM
(1)
(2) (12)
(14) (18)
A
A
G
TYPE
A
IGT
IDRM &
IRRM
VTM
(20) (21)
(3) (10)
G
A
K
A
K
A
K
G
K
G
A
TO-92
TO-202
K
A
G
TO-251
V-Pak
Compak
TO-252
D-Pak
Amps
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (11)
S2S1
S4S1
S6S1
S2S2
S4S2
S6S2
S2S
S4S
S6S
S2S3
S4S3
S6S3
0.8 A
1.5 A
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103B1
EC103D1
EC103M1
EC103B2
EC103D2
EC103M2
EC103B3
EC103D3
EC103M3
2N5064
2N6565
TCR22-4
TCR22-6
TCR22-8
4A
T106B1
T106D1
T106M1
T107B1
T107D1
T107M1
S2004VS1
S4004VS1
S6004VS1
S2004VS2
S4004VS2
S6004VS2
S2004DS1
S4004DS1
S6004DS1
S2004DS2
S4004DS2
S6004DS2
IT(RMS) IT(AV)
MAX
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
0.8
0.51
1.5
0.95
1.5
0.95
1.5
0.95
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
4
2.5
Volts
µAmps
MIN
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
MAX
12
12
12
50
50
50
200
200
200
500
500
500
200
200
200
12
12
12
50
50
50
500
500
500
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
500
500
500
50
50
50
200
200
200
µAmps
TC or TL = TC or TL = TC or TL =
25 °C
100 °C
110 °C
MAX
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
1
50
1
50
2
100
1
50
1
50
2
100
1
50
1
50
2
100
1
50
1
50
2
100
1
50
1
100
1
100
1
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
Volts
MAX
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.5
2.5
2.5
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
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Data Sheets
Sensitive SCRs
.
VGT
IH
IGM
(4) (12) (22)
(5) (15)
(16) (19)
(17)
Volts
TC or TL = TC or TL = TC or TL =
mAmps
-40 °C
25 °C
110 °C
MAX
MAX
1.2
0.8
0.2
5
1.2
0.8
0.2
5
1.2
0.8
0.2
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
8
1.2
0.8
0.25
8
1.2
0.8
0.25
8
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.2
5
1.2
0.8
0.2
5
1.2
0.8
0.2
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
8
1.2
0.8
0.25
8
1.2
0.8
0.25
8
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1.2
0.8
0.25
5
1
0.8
0.25
5
1
0.8
0.25
5
1
0.8
0.25
5
1
0.8
0.2
5
1
0.8
0.2
5
1
0.8
0.2
5
1
0.8
0.2
6
1
0.8
0.2
6
1
0.8
0.2
6
1
0.8
0.2
4
1
0.8
0.2
4
1
0.8
0.2
4
1
0.8
0.2
6
1
0.8
0.2
6
1
0.8
0.2
6
VGRM
PGM
PG(AV)
(17)
ITSM
dv/dt
tgt
tq
(8)
(9)
Amps/µSec
µSec
µSec
Amps2/Sec
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
TYP
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
3.5
3.5
3.5
2
2
2
3
3
3
5
5
5
2.2
2.2
3.5
3.5
3.5
4
4
4
5
5
5
3
3
3
4
4
4
MAX
60
60
60
60
60
60
50
50
50
45
45
45
50
50
50
60
60
60
60
60
60
45
45
45
60
60
50
50
50
50
50
50
45
45
45
50
50
50
50
50
50
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
di/dt
(6) (7) (13)
l2t
Amps
Amps
Volts
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MIN
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Watts
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Watts
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
60/50 Hz
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
20/16
30/25
30/25
30/25
30/25
30/25
30/25
Volts/µSec
MIN
20
20
10
25
25
10
30
30
15
40
40
20
30
30
15
20
20
10
25
25
10
40
40
20
25
25
60
40
30
TYP (23)
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
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Data Sheets
Part Number
Isolated
VDRM &
VRRM
IT
Non-isolated
(1)
A
(20) (21)
(3) (10)
G
K
G
K
A
TO-220
K
G
A
TO-202
K
A
G
TO-251
V-Pak
TO-252
D-Pak
S2006LS2
S4006LS2
S6006LS2
S2006LS3
S4006LS3
S6006LS3
S2008LS2
S4008LS2
S6008LS2
S2008LS3
S4008LS3
S6008LS3
S2010LS2
S4010LS2
S6010LS2
S2010LS3
S4010LS3
S6010LS3
S2006FS21
S4006FS21
S6006FS21
S2006FS31
S4006FS31
S6006FS31
S2008FS21
S4008FS21
S6008FS21
S2008FS31
S4008FS31
S6008FS31
S2010FS21
S4010FS21
S6010FS21
S2010FS31
S4010FS31
S6010FS31
S2006VS2
S4006VS2
S6006VS2
S2006VS3
S4006VS3
S6006VS3
S2008VS2
S4008VS2
S6008VS2
S2008VS3
S4008VS3
S6008VS3
S2010VS2
S4010VS2
S6010VS2
S2010VS3
S4010VS3
S6010VS3
µAmps
Amps
IT(RMS)
MAX
6
6
6
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
8
8
10
10
10
10
10
10
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (11)
10 A
VTM
(2) (12)
A
TYPE
8A
IDRM &
IRRM
A
A
6A
IGT
S2006DS2
S4006DS2
S6006DS2
S2006DS3
S4006DS3
S6006DS3
S2008DS2
S4008DS2
S6008DS2
S2008DS3
S4008DS3
S6008DS3
S2010DS2
S4010DS2
S6010DS2
S2010DS3
S4010DS3
S6010DS3
IT(AV)
MAX
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.4
Volts
µAmps
MIN
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
200
400
600
MAX
200
200
200
500
500
500
200
200
200
500
500
500
200
200
200
500
500
500
TC =
25 °C
MAX
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
TC =
110 °C
MAX
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
Volts
MAX
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
Specific Test Conditions
General Notes
di/dt — Maximum rate-of-change of on-state current; IGT = 50 mA pulse
width ≥15 µsec with ≤0.1 µs rise time
dv/dt — Critical rate-of-rise of forward off-state voltage
I2t — RMS surge (non-repetitive) on-state current for period of 8.3 ms
for fusing
IDRM and IRRM — Peak off-state current at VDRM and VRRM
IGT — DC gate trigger current VD = 6 V dc; RL = 100 Ω
IGM — Peak gate current
IH — DC holding current; initial on-state current = 20 mA
IT — Maximum on-state current
ITSM — Peak one-cycle forward surge current
PG(AV) — Average gate power dissipation
PGM — Peak gate power dissipation
tgt — Gate controlled turn-on time gate pulse = 10 mA; minimum
width = 15 µS with rise time ≤0.1 µs
tq — Circuit commutated turn-off time
VDRM and VRRM — Repetitive peak off-state forward and reverse voltage
VGRM — Peak reverse gate voltage
VGT — DC gate trigger voltage; VD = 6 V dc; RL = 100 Ω
VTM — Peak on-state voltage
•
Teccor 2N5064 and 2N6565 Series devices conform to all JEDEC
registered data. See specifications table on pages E5 - 2 and
E5 - 3.
•
The case lead temperature (TC or TL) is measured as shown on
dimensional outline drawings in the “Package Dimensions” section
of this catalog.
•
All measurements (except IGT) are made with an external resistor
RGK = 1 kΩ unless otherwise noted.
•
All measurements are made at 60 Hz with a resistive load at an
ambient temperature of +25 °C unless otherwise specified.
•
Operating temperature (TJ) is -65 °C to +110 °C for EC Series
devices, -65 °C to +125 °C for 2N Series devices, -40 °C to
+125 °C for “TCR” Series, and -40 °C to +110 °C for all others.
•
Storage temperature range (TS) is -65 °C to +150 °C for TO-92
devices, -40 °C to +150 °C for TO-202 and Compak devices, and
-40 °C to +125 °C for all others.
•
Lead solder temperature is a maximum of +230 °C for 10 seconds
maximum ≥1/16" (1.59 mm) from case.
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Data Sheets
TC =
-40 °C
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Sensitive SCRs
VGT
IH
IGM
(4) (12) (22)
(5) (19)
(17)
Volts
TC =
25 °C
MAX
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
VGRM
PGM
PG(AV)
(17)
dv/dt
tgt
tq
(8)
(9)
Amps/µSec
µSec
µSec
Amps2Sec
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
TYP
4
4
4
5
5
5
4
4
4
5
5
5
4
4
4
5
5
5
MAX
50
50
50
45
45
45
50
50
50
45
45
45
50
50
50
45
45
45
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
di/dt
l2t
Volts/µSec
TC =
110 °C
mAmps
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
MAX
6
6
6
8
8
8
6
6
6
8
8
8
6
6
6
8
8
8
Amps
Volts
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MIN
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Watts
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Watts
Amps
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
60/50 Hz
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
100/83
Electrical Specifications Notes
(1)
ITSM
(6) (13)
TC = 110 °C
TYP
10
8
8
10
8
8
10
8
8
10
8
8
10
8
8
10
8
8
(10) Test condition is maximum rated RMS current except TO-92
devices are 1.2 APK; T106/T107 devices are 4 APK.
See Figure E5.1 through Figure E5.9 for current ratings at
specified operating temperatures.
(11) See package outlines for lead form configurations. When ordering
special lead forming, add type number as suffix to part number.
(12) VD = 6 V dc, RL = 100 Ω (See Figure E5.19 for simple test circuit
for measuring gate trigger voltage and gate trigger current.)
(2)
See Figure E5.10 for IGT versus TC or TL.
(3)
See Figure E5.11 for instantaneous on-state current (iT) versus onstate voltage (vT) TYP.
(4)
See Figure E5.12 for VGT versus TC or TL.
(5)
See Figure E5.13 for IH versus TC or TL.
(14) IGT = 500 µA maximum at TC = -40 °C for T106 devices
(6)
For more than one full cycle, see Figure E5.14.
(7)
0.8 A to 4 A devices also have a pulse peak forward current onstate rating (repetitive) of 75 A. This rating applies for operation at
60 Hz, 75 °C maximum tab (or anode) lead temperature, switching
from 80 V peak, sinusoidal current pulse width of 10 µs minimum,
15 µs maximum. See Figure E5.20 and Figure E5.21.
(15) IH = 10 mA maximum at TC = -65 °C for 2N5064 Series and
2N6565 Series devices
(8)
See Figure E5.15 for tgt versus IGT.
(9)
Test conditions as follows:
– TC or TL ≤80 °C, rectangular current waveform
– Rate-of-rise of current ≤10 A/µs
– Rate-of-reversal of current ≤5 A/µs
– ITM = 1 A (50 µs pulse), Repetition Rate = 60 pps
– VRRM = Rated
– VR = 15 V minimum, VDRM = Rated
– Rate-of-rise reapplied forward blocking voltage = 5 V/µs
– Gate Bias = 0 V, 100 Ω (during turn-off time interval)
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(13) See Figure E5.1 through Figure E5.9 for maximum allowable case
temperature at maximum rated current.
(16) IH = 6 mA maximum at TC = -40 °C for T106 devices
(17) Pulse Width ≤10 µs
(18) IGT = 350 µA maximum at TC = -65 °C for 2N5064 Series and
2N6565 Series devices
(19) Latching current can be higher than 20 mA for higher IGT types.
Also, latching current can be much higher at -40 °C. See Figure
E5.18.
(20) TC or TL = TJ for test conditions in off state
(21) IDRM and IRRM = 50 µA for 2N5064 and 100 µA for 2N6565 at
125 °C
(22) TO-92 devices specified at -65 °C instead of -40 °C
(23) TC = 110 °C
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Thermal Resistance (Steady State)
RθJC [Rθ JA] °C/W (TYPICAL)
Package Code
E
L
F2
F
C
D
V
TO-92
TO-220
TO-202
Type 2, 4, & 41
TO-202
Type 1 & 3
Compak
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-251
V-Pak
3.8 [85]
Type
0.8 A
75 [160]
1.5 A
50 [160]
60*
6.2 [80]
3.0
6.0 A
4.0 A
4.0 [65]
10 [100]
4.3
1.8
2.4
8.0 A
3.4
3.9
1.5
2.1
3.0
3.4
1.45
1.72
10.0 A
*Mounted on 1
cm 2 copper
foil surface; two-ounce copper foil
Electrical Isolation
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Teccor’s isolated sensitive SCRs will withstand a minimum high
potential test of 2500 V ac rms from leads to mounting tab over
the device's operating temperature range. The following table
shows other standard and optional isolation ratings.
Electrical Isolation *
from Leads to Mounting Tab
V AC RMS
TO-220
Standard
2500
Optional **
4000
*UL Recognized File #E71639
**For 4000 V isolation, use “V” suffix in part number.
130
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured
as Shown on Dimensional Drawing
4 A TO-251
and TO-252
120
110
100
90
80
T106 and T107
Type 2 and 4
70
T106 and T107
Type 1 and 3
60
TCR22 Devices
50
40
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.6
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
130
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured
as Shown on Dimensional Drawing
110
Figure E5.2 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current
100
130
JEDEC 2N Series
90
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
120
80
EC Series
70
Compak
60
50
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
RMS On-State Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E5.1 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured
as Shown on Dimensional Drawing
120
110
100
JEDEC 2N Series
90
EC Series
80
Compak
70
60
50
0.51
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
Figure E5.3 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
Average On-state Current
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140
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
FREE AIR RATING
130
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
120
110
Maximum Allowable
Ambient Temperature (TA) – ˚C
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured
as Shown on Dimensional Drawing
100
90
80
70
60
T106 and T107
T106 and T107
Type 2 and 4
Type 1 and 3
TCR22
Devices
50
40
0.95
0
0.5
1.65
1.0
1.9
1.5
120
100
60
TO-220
40
2.54
2.0
2.5
T106/T107 TO-202
Type 1 and 3
80
T106/T107 TO-202
Type 2 and 4
and TO-251
20
3.0
0
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
Figure E5.7 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
Average On-state Current
140
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
FREE AIR RATING
120
115
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature (TA) – ˚C
Figure E5.4 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
Average On-state Current
100
EC Series IT(RMS)
80
1.5 A Devices
and JEDEC
2N Series IT(RMS)
60
1.5 A and JEDEC
2N Series IT(AV)
40
and EC Series IT(AV)
110
8 A TO-251
and TO-252
100
0.2
0.3
10 A TO-251
and TO-252
6 A TO-220
and TO-202
95
8 A TO-220
and TO-202
90
85
10 A TO-220
and TO-202
80
0
0.1
˚
105
20
0
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180
TEMPERATURE: Measured as
Shown on Dimensional Drawings
6 A TO-251
and TO-252
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
2
4
6
8
10
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
0.9
On-state Current – Amps
Figure E5.5 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
On-state Current
Figure E5.8 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
FREE AIR RATING
120
110
100
80
T106/T107 TO-202
Type 1 and 3
60
T106/T107 TO-202
Type 2 and 4
and TO-251
40
TO-220
20
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180
˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured
as Shown on Dimensional Drawings
6 A TO-251
and TO-252
105
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable
Ambient Temperature (TA) – ˚C
140
100
6 A TO-220
and TO-202
95
8 A TO-251
and TO-252
8 A TO-220
and TO-202
90
10 A TO-251
and TO-252
10 A TO-220
and TO-202
85
80
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E5.6 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current
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4.0
9.0
See General Notes for specific
operating temperature range.
7.0
IH(TC
IH
6.0
= 25 ˚C)
See General Notes for specific device
operating temperature range.
5.0
4.0
Ratio of
Ratio of
IGT
IGT (TC = 25 ˚C)
8.0
3.0
2.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
0
0
-65
-65
-40
-15
+25
+65
+110 +125
-40
-15
+25
+65
+110 +125
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Figure E5.13 Normalized DC Holding Current versus Case Temperature
Instantaneous On-state Current (iT) – Amps
Figure E5.10 Normalized DC Gate-Trigger Current versus
Case Temperature
32
28
TC = 25˚C
24
6 A to 10 A Devices
20
16
4 A TO-251 and TO-252
12
0.8 A to 1.5 A TO-92,
T106/T107, and
Compak
8
4
0
0
.6
.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
Instantaneous On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
Figure E5.11 Instantaneous On-state Current versus
On-state Voltage (Typical)
2.0
VGT
Ratio of
VGT (TC = 25 ˚C)
See General Notes for specific
operating temperature range
1.5
1.0
0.5
0
-65
-40
-15
+25
+65
+110 +125
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Figure E5.12 Normalized DC Gate-Trigger Voltage versus
Case Temperature
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200
100
10 A Devices
80
Peak Surge (Non-repetitive)
On-state Current (ITSM) – Amps
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60 Hz Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive
RMS ON-STATE CURRENT: [IT(RMS)]: Max
Rated Value at Specified Case Temperature
60
50
40
8 A Devices
6 A Devices
30
4 A TO-251 and TO-252
20
TO-106
and TO-107
10
8
6
5
4
1.5 A Devices
Notes:
1) Gate control may be lost during
and immediately following surge
current interval.
2) Overload may not be repeated
until junction temperature has
returned to steady-state rated value.
3
2
0.8 A TO-92
and Compak
1
1
2
3
4
5 6
8 10
20
30 40 50 60 80 100
200
300 400
600
1000
Surge Current Duration – Full Cycles
Average On-state Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
Figure E5.14 Peak Surge On-state Current versus Surge Current Duration
100
IGT = 50 µA MAX
IGT = 200 µA MAX
IGT = 500 µA MAX
Turn-on Time (tgt) – µs
10
IGT = 12 µA MAX
1.0
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Half Sine Wave
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
5.0
4.0
T106 and T107
3.0
2.0
4 A TO-251 and TO-252
1.0
0.8 A TO-92 and Compak
1.5 A Devices
0
1
2
3
4
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
TC = 25 ˚C
0.1
0.01
0.1
1
10
Figure E5.16 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus RMS On-state Current
100
DC Gate Trigger Current (IGT) – mA
Figure E5.15 Typical Turn-on Time versus Gate Trigger Current
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Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
12
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Half Sine Wave
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
10
Reset
Normally-closed
Pushbutton
8
100
6
+
6 VDC
–
4
6 A to 10 A
TO-220, TO-202,
TO-251, and TO-252
2
D.U.T.
IGT
IN4001
IG
V1
100
1k
(1%)
R1
VGT
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E5.17 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus RMS On-state Current
Figure E5.19 Simple Test Circuit for Gate Trigger Voltage and
Current Measurement
Note: V1 — 0 V to 10 V dc meter
VGT — 0 V to 1 V dc meter
IG — 0 mA to 1 mA dc milliammeter
R1 — 1 k potentiometer
9.0
Ratio of
IL
IL (TC = 25 ˚C)
8.0
See General Notes for specific device
operating temperature range.
7.0
To measure gate trigger voltage and current, raise gate voltage
(VGT) until meter reading V1 drops from 6 V to 1 V. Gate trigger
voltage is the reading on VGT just prior to V1 dropping. Gate trigger current IGT can be computed from the relationship
6.0
5.0
4.0
V GT
- Amps
I GT = I G – -----------1000
3.0
2.0
where IG is reading (in amperes) on meter just prior to V1 dropping.
1.0
0
-65
-40
-15
+25
+65
+110 +125
Note: IGT may turn out to be a negative quantity (trigger current
flows out from gate lead).
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Figure E5.18 Normalized DC Latching Current versus Case Temperature
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Peak Discharge Current (ITM) – Amps
160
140
1 Hz
120
12 Hz
100
60 Hz
80
60
ITM
40
0.8 A to 4 A
tW
20
tW = 5 TIME CONSTANTS
0
1.0
3.0
5.0 7.0
10
30
50
70 100
Peak Current Duration (tW) – µs
Figure E5.20 Peak Repetitive Capacitor Discharge Current
180
Peak Discharge Current (ITM) – Amps
160
140
120
1 Hz
100
12 Hz
80
60
ITM
40
60 Hz
tW
20
0.8 A to 4 A
0
1.0
3.0
5.0 7.0
10
30
50
70 100
Peak Current Duration (tW) – µs
Figure E5.21 Peak Repetitive Sinusoidal Curve
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TO-263
D 2 Pak
TO-92
*TO-218
TO-252
D-Pak
TO-202
*TO-218X
3-lead
Compak
*TO-220
TO-251
V-Pak
A
K
G
SCRs
(1 A to 70 A)
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General Description
The Teccor line of thyristor SCR semi-conductors are half-wave,
unidirectional, gate-controlled rectifiers which complement Teccor's line of sensitive SCRs. Teccor offers devices with ratings of
1 A to 70 A and 200 V to 1000 V, with gate sensitivities from
10 mA to 50 mA. If gate currents in the 12 µA to 500 µA ranges
are required, see “Sensitive SCRs” section of this catalog.
Three packages are offered in electrically isolated construction
where the case or tab is internally isolated to allow the use of
low-cost assembly and convenient packaging techniques.
Features
The Teccor line of SCRs features glass-passivated junctions to
ensure long-term reliability and parameter stability. Teccor’s
glass offers a rugged, reliable barrier against junction contamination.
Variations of devices covered in this data sheet are available for
custom design applications. Consult the factory for more information.
•
•
•
•
Compak SCR
•
•
•
•
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High voltage capability — 200 V to 1000 V
High surge capability — up to 950 A
Glass-passivated chip
Surface mount package — 1 A series
New small profile three-leaded Compak package
Packaged in embossed carrier tape with 2,500
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Can replace SOT-223
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Part Number
Isolated
VDRM
& VRRM
IT
Non-isolated
IGT
(1) (2) (15)
A
TYPE
G
A
G
A
K
A
A
K
G
TO-92
1A
G
K
G
K
K
A
G
A
TO-220
TO-202
A
TO-220
K
TO-251
V-Pak
Compak
S201E
S401E
S601E
S4N1
S6N1
Amps
IT(RMS)
IT(AV)
Volts
MAX
MAX
MIN
MIN
mAmps
MAX
1
0.64
200
1
10
1
1
0.64
0.64
400
600
1
1
10
10
S2006F1
S2006V
S2006D
6
3.8
200
1
15
S4006L
S4006F1
S4006V
S4006D
6
3.8
400
1
15
S6006L
S8006L
S6006F1
S6006V
S8006V
S6006D
S8006D
6
6
3.8
3.8
600
800
1
1
15
15
SK006V
SK006D
6
3.8
1000
1
15
S2008L
S2008F1
S2008R
S2008V
S2008D
8
5.1
200
1
15
S4008L
S6008L
S4008F1
S6008F1
S4008R
S6008R
S4008V
S6008V
S4008D
S6008D
8
8
5.1
5.1
400
600
1
1
15
15
S8008R
SK008R
S8008V
SK008V
S8008D
SK008D
8
8
5.1
5.1
800
1000
1
1
15
15
S8008L
SK008L
10 A
TO-252
D-Pak
S2006L
SK006L
8A
K
G
A
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (11)
S2N1
6A
(4)
A
A
S2010L
S4010L
S2010F1
S4010F1
S2010R
S4010R
S2010V
S4010V
S2010D
S4010D
10
10
6.4
6.4
200
400
1
1
15
15
S6010L
S8010L
S6010F1
S6010R
S8010R
S6010V
S8010V
S6010D
S8010D
10
10
6.4
6.4
600
800
1
1
15
15
SK010R
SK010V
SK010D
10
6.4
1000
1
15
S2012R
S2012V
S2012D
12
7.6
200
1
20
S4012R
S6012R
S4012V
S6012V
S4012D
S6012D
12
12
7.6
7.6
400
600
1
1
20
20
S8012R
SK012R
S8012V
SK012V
S8012D
SK012D
12
12
7.6
7.6
800
1000
1
1
20
20
SK010L
12 A
Specific Test Conditions
VDRM and VRRM — Repetitive peak off-state forward and reverse voltage
Vgt — DC gate trigger voltage; VD = 12 V dc; RL = 60 Ω for 1 to 16 A
devices and 30 Ω for 20 to 70 A devices
di/dt — Maximum rate-of-rise of on-state current; IGT = 150 mA with
≤ 0.1 µs rise time
VTM — Peak on-state voltage at maximum rated RMS current
dv/dt — Critical rate of applied forward voltage
I2t — RMS surge (non-repetitive) on-state current for period of 8.3 ms
for fusing
General Notes
IDRM and IRRM — Peak off-state forward and reverse current at VDRM and
VRRM
•
All measurements are made at 60 Hz with a resistive load at an
ambient temperature of +25 °C unless otherwise specified.
Igt — dc gate trigger current; VD = 12 V dc; RL = 60 Ω for 1 to 16 A
devices and 30 Ω for 20 to 70 A devices
•
Operating temperature range (TJ) is -65 °C to +125 °C for TO-92
devices and -40 °C to +125 °C for all other packages.
IGM — Peak gate current
•
Storage temperature range (TS) is -65 °C to +150 °C for TO-92
devices, -40 °C to +150 °C for TO-202 and TO-220 devices, and
-40 °C to +125 °C for all others.
•
Lead solder temperature is a maximum of 230 °C for 10 seconds
maximum; ≥1/16" (1.59 mm) from case.
•
The case temperature (TC) is measured as shown on dimensional
outline drawings in the “Package Dimensions” sectionof this
catalog.
IH — dc holding current; gate open
IT — Maximum on-state current
ITSM — Peak one-cycle forward surge current
PG(AV) — Average gate power dissipation
PGM — Peak gate power dissipation
tgt — Gate controlled turn-on time; gate pulse = 100 mA; minimum
width = 15 µs with rise time ≤ 0.1 µs
tq — Circuit commutated turn-off time
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SCRs
IDRM & IRRM
VTM
VGT
IH
IGM
PGM
(14)
(3)
(8)
(17)
(5) (13)
(12)
(12)
mAmps
Volts
Volts
TC =
TC =
100 °C 125 °C
MAX
TC =
25 °C
MAX
TC =
25 °C
MAX
mAmps
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
30
30
1.5
1.5
TC =
25 °C
0.01
0.01
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.5
PG(AV)
ITSM
Amps
Amps
Watts
Watts
60/50 Hz
MAX
15
15
I2t
dv/dt
di/dt
(6) (10)
0.3
0.3
30/25
30/25
tgt
tq
(7)
(9) (10)
Volts/µSec
TC =
100 °C
TC =
125 °C
MIN
MIN
40
40
Amps2Sec
Amps/µSec
µSec
TYP
µSec
MAX
20
20
3.7
3.7
50
50
2
2
35
35
0.01
0.2
0.5
1.6
1.5
30
1.5
15
0.3
30/25
40
20
3.7
50
2
35
0.01
0.2
0.5
1.6
1.5
30
2
20
0.5
100/83
350
250
41
100
2
35
0.01
0.01
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.5
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
30
30
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
350
300
250
225
41
41
100
100
2
2
35
35
0.01
0.02
0.2
3
0.5
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
30
30
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
250
100
200
41
41
100
100
2
2
35
35
0.01
0.01
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.5
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
30
30
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
350
350
250
250
41
41
100
100
2
2
35
35
0.01
0.01
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.5
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
30
30
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
300
250
225
200
41
41
100
100
2
2
35
35
0.02
0.01
3
0.2
0.5
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
30
30
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
100
350
250
41
41
100
100
2
2
35
35
0.01
0.01
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.5
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
30
30
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
350
300
250
225
41
41
100
100
2
2
35
35
0.02
0.02
0.5
3
1
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
30
30
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
100/83
100/83
250
100
200
41
41
100
100
2
2
35
35
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
40
40
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
120/100
120/100
350
350
250
250
60
60
100
100
2
2
35
35
0.01
0.02
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
40
40
2
2
20
20
0.5
0.5
120/100
120/100
300
250
225
200
60
60
100
100
2
2
35
35
0.02
3
1.6
1.5
40
2
20
0.5
120/100
100
60
100
2
35
Electrical Specification Notes
(1)
(11) See package outlines for lead form configuration. When ordering
special lead forming, add type number as suffix to part number.
See Figure E6.5 through Figure E6.16 for current rating at
specified operating case temperature.
(12) Pulse width ≤10 µs
(2)
See Figure E6.1 and Figure E6.2 for free air current rating.
(13) Initial on-state current = 200 mA dc for 1 A through 16 A devices;
400 mA dc for 20 A through 70 A devices.
(3)
See Figure E6.19 and Figure E6.20 for instantaneous on-state
current versus on-state voltage (typical).
(14) TC = TJ for test conditions in off state.
(4)
See Figure E6.18 for IGT versus TC.
(5)
See Figure E6.17 for IH versus TC.
(6)
For more than one full cycle rating, see Figure E6.23.
(7)
See Figure E6.22 for tgt versus IGT.
(8)
See Figure E6.21 for VGT versus TC.
(9)
(15) The R, K, or M package rating is intended for high surge condition
use only and not recommended for ≥50 A rms continuous current
use since narrow pin lead temperature can exceed PCB solder melting
temperature. Teccor's J package or W package is recommended
for ≥50 A rms continuous current requirements.
Test conditions are as follows:
(16) For various durations of an exponentially decaying current
waveform, see Figure E6.3 and Figure E6.4. (tW is defined as
5 time constants.)
• IT = 1 A for 1 A devices and 2 A for all other devices
(17) Minimum non-trigger VGT at 125 °C is 0.2 V.
• Pulse duration = 50 µs, dv/dt = 20 V/µs, di/dt = -10 A/µs for 1 A
devices, and -30 A/µs for other devices
• IGT = 200 mA at turn-on
(10) See Figure E6.5 through Figure E6.10 for maximum allowable
case temperatures at maximum rated current.
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Data Sheets
Part Number
Isolated
VDRM &
VRRM
IT
Non-isolated
IGT
IDRM & IRRM
(4)
(14)
(1) (15)
A
A
A
A
TYPE
A
A
G
A
K
G
K
A
TO-220
K
A
G
TO-218X
K A G
TO-218
K AG
TO-220
K
G
A
TO-218X
Amps
K A G
TO-263
D2Pak
TO-218
IT(RMS)
IT(AV)
MAX
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (11)
15 A
35 A
TC =
100 °C
TC =
125 °C
MIN
MIN
MAX
9.5
9.5
200
400
1
1
30
30
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
1
1
S6015L
S8015L
15
15
9.5
9.5
600
800
1
1
30
30
0.01
0.02
0.5
1
1
2
MAX
S2016R
S2016N
15
16
9.5
10
1000
200
1
1
30
30
0.02
0.01
3
0.5
1
S4016R
S4016N
16
10
400
1
30
0.01
0.5
1
S6016R
S6016N
16
10
600
1
30
0.01
0.5
1
S8016R
SK016R
S8016N
SK016N
16
16
10
10
800
1000
1
1
30
30
0.02
0.02
1
3
2
S2020L
S4020L
20
20
12.8
12.8
200
400
1
1
30
30
0.01
0.01
0.5
0.5
1
1
S6020L
S8020L
20
20
12.8
12.8
600
800
1
1
30
30
0.01
0.02
0.5
1.0
1
2
SK020L
S2025L
S2025R
S2025N
20
25
12.8
16
1000
200
1
1
30
35
0.02
0.01
3
1
2
S4025L
S6025L
S4025R
S6025R
S4025N
S6025N
25
25
16
16
400
600
1
1
35
35
0.01
0.01
1
1
2
2
S8025L
SK025L
S8025R
SK025R
S8025N
SK025N
25
25
16
16
800
1000
1
1
35
35
0.02
0.02
1.5
3
3
S2035J
S4035J
S2035K
S4035K
35
35
22
22
200
400
5
5
40
40
0.01
0.01
1
1
2
2
S6035J
S8035J
S6035K
S8035K
35
35
22
22
600
800
5
5
40
40
0.01
0.02
1
1.5
2
3
SK035K
40 A
55 A
S2040R
S2040N
35
40
22
25
1000
200
5
5
40
40
0.02
0.01
3
1
2
S4040R
S6040R
S4040N
S6040N
40
40
25
25
400
600
5
5
40
40
0.01
0.01
1
1
2
2
S8040R
SK040R
S8040N
SK040N
40
40
25
25
800
1000
5
5
40
40
0.02
0.03
1.5
5
3
S2055R
S2055W
S2055M
S2055N
55
35
200
5
40
0.01
1
2
S4055R
S4055W
S4055M
S4055N
55
35
400
5
40
0.01
1
2
S6055R
S8055R
S6055W
S8055W
S6055M
S8055M
S6055N
S8055N
55
55
35
35
600
800
5
5
40
40
0.01
0.02
1
1.5
2
3
SK055M
SK055N
SK055R
65 A
mAmps
15
15
16 A
25 A
Volts
S2015L
S4015L
SK015L
20 A
mAmps
TC =
25 °C
S2065J
S2065K
55
65
35
41
1000
200
5
5
40
50
0.03
0.02
5
1.5
3
S4065J
S6065J
S4065K
S6065K
65
65
41
41
400
600
5
5
50
50
0.02
0.02
1.5
1.5
3
3
S8065J
S8065K
SK065K
65
65
41
41
800
1000
5
5
50
50
0.02
0.03
2
5
5
S2070W
S4070W
70
70
45
45
200
400
5
5
50
50
0.02
0.02
1.5
1.5
3
3
S6070W
S8070W
70
70
45
45
600
800
5
5
50
50
0.02
0.02
1.5
2
3
5
70 A
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SCRs
VTM
VGT
IH
IGM
PGM
(3)
(8) (17)
(5) (13)
(12)
(12)
Volts
Volts
TC = 25 °C TC = 25 °C
PG(AV)
ITSM
Amps
Watts
di/dt
(6) (10) (16)
Amps
mAmps
I2t
dv/dt
Watts
MAX
MAX
MAX
1.6
1.5
40
3
30
0.6
1.6
1.5
40
3
30
1.6
1.5
40
3
1.6
1.5
40
1.6
1.5
1.6
60/50 Hz
Volts/µSec
TC =
TC =
100 °C
125 °C
Amps2Sec
Amps/µSec
tgt
tq
(7)
(9) (10)
µSec
µSec
TYP
MAX
MIN
MIN
225/188
450
350
210
125
2
35
0.6
225/188
450
350
210
125
2
35
30
0.6
225/188
425
325
210
125
2
35
3
30
0.6
225/188
400
300
210
125
2
35
40
3
30
0.6
225/188
200
210
125
2
35
1.5
40
3
30
0.6
225/188
450
350
210
125
2
35
1.6
1.5
40
3
30
0.6
225/188
450
350
210
125
2
35
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
40
40
3
3
30
30
0.6
0.6
225/188
225/188
425
400
325
300
210
210
125
125
2
2
35
35
1.6
1.5
40
3
30
0.6
225/188
200
210
125
2
35
1.6
1.5
40
3
30
0.6
300/255
450
350
374
125
2
35
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
40
40
3
3
30
30
0.6
0.6
300/255
300/255
450
425
350
325
374
374
125
125
2
2
35
35
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
40
40
3
3
30
30
0.6
0.6
300/255
300/255
400
200
300
374
374
125
125
2
2
35
35
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
50
50
3.5
3.5
35
35
0.8
0.8
350/300
350/300
450
450
350
350
510
510
150
150
2
2
35
35
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
50
50
3.5
3.5
35
35
0.8
0.8
350/300
350/300
425
400
325
300
510
510
150
150
2
2
35
35
1.6
1.5
50
3.5
35
0.8
350/300
200
510
150
2
35
1.8
1.5
50
3.5
35
0.8
500/425
450
350
1035
150
2
35
1.8
1.8
1.5
1.5
50
50
3.5
3.5
35
35
0.8
0.8
500/425
500/425
450
425
350
325
1035
1035
150
150
2
2
35
35
1.8
1.8
1.5
1.5
50
50
3.5
3.5
35
35
0.8
0.8
500/425
500/425
400
200
300
1035
1035
150
150
2
2
35
35
1.8
1.8
1.5
1.5
60
60
3.5
3.5
35
35
0.8
0.8
520/430
520/430
650
650
550
550
1122
1122
175
175
2.5
2.5
35
35
1.8
1.8
1.5
1.5
60
60
3.5
3.5
35
35
0.8
0.8
520/430
520/430
600
500
500
475
1122
1122
175
175
2.5
2.5
35
35
1.8
1.5
60
3.5
35
0.8
520/430
250
1122
175
2.5
35
1.8
1.5
60
4
40
0.8
650/550
650
550
1750
175
2.5
35
1.8
1.8
1.5
1.5
60
60
4
4
40
40
0.8
0.8
650/550
650/550
650
600
550
500
1750
1750
175
175
2.5
2.5
35
35
1.8
1.8
1.5
1.5
60
60
4
4
40
40
0.8
0.8
650/550
650/550
500
250
475
1750
1750
175
175
2.5
2.5
35
35
1.8
1.8
2
2
80
80
5
5
50
50
1
1
950/800
950/800
650
650
550
550
3745
3745
200
200
2.5
2.5
35
35
1.8
2
80
5
50
1
950/800
600
500
3745
200
2.5
35
1.8
1.8
2
2
80
80
5
5
50
50
1
1
950/800
950/800
500
250
475
3745
3745
200
200
2.5
2.5
35
35
1.8
2
80
5
50
1
950/800
650
550
3745
200
2.5
35
1.8
2
80
5
50
1
950/800
650
550
3745
200
2.5
35
1.8
2
80
5
50
1
950/800
600
500
3745
200
2.5
35
1.8
2
80
5
50
1
950/800
500
475
3745
200
2.5
35
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Data Sheets
Thermal Resistance (Steady State)
RθJC [RθJA] °C/W (TYP.)
Pkg.
Code
L
F
F2
R
J
W
K
M
D
V
TO-220
Isolated
TO-202
Type 1
Non-isolated
TO-202
Type 2
Non-isolated
TO-220
Non-isolated
TO-218X
Isolated
TO-218X
Non-isolated
TO-218
Isolated
TO-218
Non-isolated
4.0 [50]
4.3 [45]
9.5 [70]
1.7
2.3 [70]
3.4
3.9
1.8 [40]
1.5
2.0
3.0
3.4
1.6
1.45
1.7
1.5
1.4
1.6
N
Type
1A
6A
8A
10 A
12 A
15 A
16 A
20 A
25 A
35 A
40 A
55 A
65 A
70 A
TO-252
TO-251AA
D-Pak
V-Pak
Surface Mount Non-isolated
TO-263
D2Pak
Non-isolated
See below
2.5
1.3
1.3
2.4
2.35
1.0
1.0
0.70
0.70
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.53
0.86
0.53
0.5
0.86
0.60
Electrical Isolation
Thermal Resistance (Steady State)
RθJC [RθJA] °C/W (TYP.)
Package Code
Type
C
Compak
35 *
1A
* Mounted on
1cm 2
Teccor’s isolated SCR packages will withstand a minimum high
potential test of 2500 V ac rms from leads to mounting tab over
the device's operating temperature range. The following table
shows standard and optional isolation ratings.
E
V AC RMS
2500
4000
TO-92
50 [145]
TO-218
Isolated
Standard
Standard
Standard
Optional **
N/A
N/A
* UL Recognized File #E71639
** For 4000 V isolation, use “V” suffix in part number.
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TO-218X
Isolated
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SCRs
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
FREE AIR RATING
100
8 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
6 A TO-220 (Isolated) and
6 A TO-202 (Types 1 and 3)
80
1.0
Normalized Peak Current
Maximum Allowable
Ambient Temperature (TA) – ˚C
120
60
1 A TO-92
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
40
6 A TO-202
(Types 2 and 4)
and 6 A TO-251
0
25
20
0
0.2
0.4 0.6 0.8
1.0
1.2 1.4
50
75
100
125
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
1.6 1.8 2.0 2.2
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E6.1 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current
Figure E6.4 Peak Capacitor Discharge Current Derating
(6 A through 55 A)
130
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
FREE AIR RATING
100
120
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable
Ambient Temperature (TA) – ˚C
120
8 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
80
6 A TO-220 (Isolated) and
6 A TO-202 (Types 1 and 3)
1 A TO-92
60
40
110
100
1 A Devices
90
80
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure as
shown on dimensional drawing
70
60
6 A TO-202
(Types 2 and 4)
and 6 A TO-251
50
0
20
0.2
0
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
0.2
1.4
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
Figure E6.2 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
Average On-state Current
Figure E6.5 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current (1 A)
8 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
TO-251 and TO-252
120
1000
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Peak Discharge Current (ITM) – Amps
130
55 A Devices
300
25 A Devices
200
15 A and 16 A
Devices
100
6 A to 10 A Devices
12 A Devices
ITM
50
110
90
8 A TO-220 (Isolated)
and 8 A TO-202
80
70
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180º
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure as
shown on dimensional drawings
60
tw
tw = 5 times constants
20
10 A TO-220 (Isolated)
and 10 A TO-202
6 A Devices
100
50
0.5
1.0
2.0
5.0
10
20
50
0
Figure E6.3 Peak Capacitor Discharge Current (6 A through 55 A)
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4
6
8
10
12
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Pulse Current Duration (tw) – ms
Figure E6.6 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current (6 A, 8 A, and 10 A)
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Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
130
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
130
120
16 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
and TO-263
110
10 A TO-220
(Non-isolated)
100
20 A TO-220 (Isolated)
10 A TO-251 and 10 A TO-252
90
12 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
TO-251 and TO-252
80
15 A TO-220
(Isolated)
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure as
shown on dimensional drawing
70
60
50
0
4
8
12
16
20
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure as
shown on dimensional drawings
120
110
65 A TO-218AC
(Isolated) *
90
* The R, K or M package rating
is intended only for high surge
condition use and is not recommended
for >50 A rms continuous
current use, since narrow pin lead
temperature can exceed PCB solder
melting temperature. J or W packages
are recommended for >50 A rms
continuous current requirements.
80
70
60
50
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
55 A TO-218AC
(Non-isolated) *
55 A TO-220
(Non-isolated)
and TO-263 *
100
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
75
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E6.10 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current (55 A and 65 A)
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Figure E6.7 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current (10 A, 12 A, 16 A, and 20 A)
130
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
120
110
35 A TO-218
(Isolated)
25 A TO-220
(Isolated)
100
90
25 A TO-220
(Non-isolated)
and TO-263
80
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure
as shown on dimensional drawings
70
60
50
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
130
120
110
100
1 A Devices
90
80
70
50
0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure as
shown on dimensional drawings
110
70 A TO-218X
(Non-isolated)
65 A TO-218X
(Isolated)
90
80
55 A TO-218X
(Non-isolated)
70
40 A TO-220
(Non-isolated)
and TO-263
60
50
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
0.6
0.8
130
12 A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
and TO-251 and TO-252
120
10 A TO-251
10 A TO-252
110
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure as
shown on dimensional drawings
10 A TO-220
(Non-isolated)
6 A TO-220
6 A TO-202
10 A TO-220 (Isolated)
and 10 A TO-202
6 A TO-251
6 A TO-252
100
8 A TO-220 (Isolated)
8 A TO-202
90
8 A TO-220
(Non-isolated)
80
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E6.12 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
Average On-state Current (8 A, 10 A, and 12 A)
Figure E6.9 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
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Figure E6.11 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
Average On-state Current (1 A)
130
100
0.2
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
Figure E6.8 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
RMS On-state Current (25 A and 35 A)
120
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure as
shown on dimensional drawings
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SCRs
130
130
O-2
20
(No
n-is
olat
110
ed)
and
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measured
as shown on dimensional drawings
TO
-26
3
100
20 A TO-220
(Isolated)
90
80
10 A TO-220
(Non-isolated)
70
110
55 A TO-218AC (Non-isolated) *
100
2
4
80
* The R, K, or M package
6
8
10
12
50
14
65 A TO-218AC
(Isolated) *
rating is intended only for high
surge condition use and is not
recommended for >32 A (AV)
continuous current use since narrow
pin lead temperature can exceed PCB
solder melting temperature. J or W
packages are recommended for >32 A
(AV) continuous current requirements.
60
15 A TO-220
(Isolated)
0
90
55 A TO-220
(Non-isolated)
and TO-263 *
70
60
50
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure
as shown on dimensional drawings
120
Maximum Allowable
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
120
AT
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
16
0
10
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
20
30
40
50
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
Figure E6.13 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
Average On-state Current (10 A through 20 A)
Figure E6.16 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
Average On-state Current (55 A and 65 A)
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure as
shown on dimensional drawings
110
2.0
35 A TO-218 (Non-isolated)
35 A TO-218 (Isolated)
100
90
INITIAL ON-STATE CURRENT =
200 mA dc for 1 A to 20 A Devices
and 400 mA dc for 25 A to 70 A Devices
1.5
1.0
Ratio of
25A TO-220 (Isolated)
IH (TC = 25 ˚C)
120
IH
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
130
80
70
.5
25A TO-220 (Non-isolated)
and TO-263
60
0
-40
50
0
.4
8
12
16
20
-15
+25
+65
+105 +125
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
24
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
Figure E6.17 Normalized dc Holding Current versus Case Temperature
Figure E6.14 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
Average On-state Current (25 A and 35 A)
130
100
70 A TO-218X
(Non-isolated)
40 A TO-220
(Non-isolated)
and TO-263
90
IGT (TC = 25 ˚C)
110
IGT
120
1.5
1.0
80
55 A TO-218X
(Non-isolated)
70
Ratio of
Maximum Allowable
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
2.0
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
CASE TEMPERATURE: Measure as
shown on dimensional drawings
65 A TO-218X
(Isolated)
60
0.5
0
50
0
10
20
30
40
-40
50
+25
+65
+105 +125
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
Figure E6.18 Normalized DC Gate-Trigger Current versus
Case Temperature
Figure E6.15 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
Average On-state Current (40 A through 70 A)
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1.5
80
VGT (TC = 25 ˚C)
25 A Devices
TC = 25˚C
70
VGT
60
50
15 A to 20 A Devices
40
12 A Devices
Ratio of
Instantaneous On-state Current (iT) – Amps
90
30
6 A to 10 A Devices
20
1.0
0.5
10
0
1 A Devices
-40
0
0
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
-15
+25
+65
+105 +125
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
1.6
Instantaneous On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
Figure E6.19 Instantaneous On-state Current versus On-state Voltage
(Typical) (6 A through 25 A)
Figure E6.21 Normalized DC Gate-trigger Voltage versus
Case Temperature
7
200
6
Turn-on Time (tgt) – µs
TC = 25˚C
160
Instantaneous On-state
Current (iT) – Amps
TC = 25˚C
6 A to 12 A Devices
180
140
65 A and 70 A Devices
120
100
80
55 A Devices
60
15 A to 35 A Devices
5
4
40 A to 70 A Devices
1 A Devices
3
2
40
1
20
35 A to 40 A Devices
0
0
.6
.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
0
1.6
10
Instantaneous On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
Figure E6.20 Instantaneous On-state Current versus On-state Voltage
(Typical) (35 A through 70 A)
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30
40
50 60
80
100
200
DC Gate Trigger Current (IGT) – mA
Figure E6.22 Typical Turn-on Time versus Gate-trigger Current
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Peak Surge (Non-repetitive) On-state Current (ITSM) – Amps
Data Sheets
1000
800
600
500
400
300
65 A
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60 Hz Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive
RMS ON-STATE CURRENT: [IT(RMS)]: MaxRated Value at Specified Case Temperature
TO-2
18
70 A
35 A
200
25 A
16 A
100
80
60
50
40
30
10 A
55 A
Devic
es
Devic
Devic
es
Devic
es
es
40 A
Devic
es
Devic
20 A
es
15 A
Devic
es
Devic
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Devic
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12 A
Devic
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8AD
evice
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6A
Dev
ices
20
10
8
6
5
4
1A
3
2
Dev
ices
Notes:
1) Gate control may be lost during and
immediately following surge current
interval.
2) Overload may not be repeated until
junction temperature has returned to
steady-state rated value.
1
1
2
3
4 5 6 7 8 10
20 30 40 60 80100
200 300400 600
1000
Surge Current Duration – Full Cycles
18
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Half Sine Wave
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
Average On-state
Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
Average On-state Power
Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
Figure E6.23 Peak Surge Current versus Surge Current Duration
1.0
0.8
1.0 A Devices
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Half Sine Wave
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
16
14
15 A to 20 A Devices
12
12 A Devices
10
6 A to 10 A Devices
8
6
4
2
0
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
0
Figure E6.24 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus RMS On-state Current
(1 A)
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4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E6.25 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus RMS On-state Current
(6 A through 20 A)
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16
es
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12
0
22
8
25
A
TO
D
4
0
vic
d
De
55
A
40
d
De
65
A
70
es
vic
A
De
an
an
20
A
Average On-state
35
es
50
s
ice
v
24
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Half Sine Wave
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
A
28
30
40
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Half Sine Wave
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE: 180˚
Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
Average On-state
Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] x– Watts
32
20
10
0
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E6.26 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus RMS On-state Current
(25 A and 35 A)
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20
30
40
50
60
70
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E6.27 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus RMS On-state Current
(40 A through 70 A)
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CO 716
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Fi
TO-220
Isolated
A
C
Rectifiers
(15 A to 25 A)
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General Description
Teccor manufactures 15 A rms to 25 A rms rectifiers with voltages rated from 200 V to 1000 V. Due to the electrically-isolated
TO-220 package, these rectifiers may be used in common anode
or common cathode circuits using only one part type, thereby
simplifying stock requirements.
Teccor's silicon rectifiers feature glass-passivated junctions to
ensure long term reliability and stability. In addition, glass offers a
rugged, reliable barrier against junction contamination.
Features
•
•
•
•
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Electrically-isolated packages
High voltage capabilities — 200 V to 1000 V
High surge capabilities — up to 350 A
Glass-passivated junctions
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Data Sheets
Part Number
Isolated
VRRM
VR
IF(AV)
IF(RMS)
(1)
IFSM
IRM
(2)
(3)
VFM
I 2t
RθJC
Amps2Sec
°C/W
Type
Not
Used
C
A
Amps
15
225/188
0.1
0.5
1
1.6
210
2.85
9.5
15
225/188
0.1
0.5
1
1.6
210
2.85
600
9.5
15
225/188
0.1
0.5
1
1.6
210
2.58
800
800
9.5
15
225/188
0.1
0.5
1
1.6
210
2.85
DK015L
1000
1000
9.5
15
225/188
0.1
3
1.6
210
2.85
D2020L
D4020L
200
400
200
400
12.7
12.7
20
20
300/255
300/255
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
374
374
2.5
2.5
D6020L
D8020L
600
800
600
800
12.7
12.7
20
20
300/255
300/255
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
374
374
2.5
2.5
DK020L
1000
1000
12.7
20
300/255
0.1
3
1.6
374
2.5
D2025L
200
200
15.9
25
350/300
0.1
0.5
1
1.6
508
2.7
D4025L
D6025L
400
600
400
600
15.9
15.9
25
25
350/300
350/300
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.5
1
1
1.6
1.6
508
508
2.7
2.7
D8025L
DK025L
800
1000
800
1000
15.9
15.9
25
25
350/300
350/300
0.1
0.1
0.5
3
1
1.6
1.6
508
508
2.7
2.7
Volts
Amps
Amps
See “Package Dimensions”
section for variations. (4)
MIN
MIN
MAX
MAX
D2015L
200
200
9.5
D4015L
400
400
D6015L
600
D8015L
20 A
25 A
Volts
60/50 Hz
Volts
15 A
mA
TC =
100 °C
TC =
25 °C
TO-220
TC =
125 °C
MAX
TC=25 °C
MAX
Test Conditions
Electrical Specification Notes
I2t — RMS surge (non-repetitive) forward current for 8.3 ms for fusing
(1)
TYP
See Figure E7.3 for current rating at specified case temperature.
IF(AV) — Average forward current
(2)
For more than one full cycle rating, see Figure E7.4.
IF(RMS) — RMS forward current
(3)
TC = TJ for test conditions
IFSM — Peak one-cycle surge current
(4)
See package outlines for lead form configurations. When ordering
special lead forming, add type number as suffix to part number.
IRM — Peak reverse current
RθJC — Thermal resistance (steady state) junction to case
Electrical Isolation
VFM — Peak forward voltage at rated average forward current
VR — DC blocking voltage
Electrical Isolation
from Leads to Mounting Tab *
VRRM — Peak repetitive reverse voltage
General Notes
V AC RMS
2500
4000
•
Operating temperature range (TJ) is -40 °C to +125 °C.
•
Storage temperature range (TS) is -40 °C to +125 °C.
•
Lead solder temperature is a maximum of 230 °C for 10 seconds
maximum at a minimum of 1/16" (1.59 mm) from case.
•
The case temperature (TC) is measured as shown on dimensional
outline drawings in the “Package Dimensions” section of this
catalog.
•
Teccor's electrically-isolated TO-220 devices withstand a high
potential test of 2500 V ac rms from leads to mounting tab over the
operating temperature range.
•
Typical Reverse Recovery Time (trr) is 4 µs. (Test conditions =
0.9 A forward current and 1.5 A reverse current)
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Standard
Optional **
* UL Recognized File #E71639
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Data Sheets
Rectifiers
TC = 25˚C
120
100
Peak Surge (Non-repetitive)
Forward Current (IFSM) – Amps
Instantaneous Forward Current (iF) – Amps
140
25 A Devices
80
20 A Devices
60
40
15 A Devices
1000
800
600
400
300
15 A Devices
20 A Devices
200
25 A Devices
100
80
60
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60 Hz Sinewave
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
RMS ON-STATE CURRENT: [IF(RMS)]
Maximium Rated Value at Specified
Case Temperature
40
30
20
20
10
1
0
2
4
6
10
20
40
60
100
200
400
600 1000
Surge Current Duration – Cycles
0
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
Instantaneous Forward Voltage (vF) – Volts
Figure E7.4 Peak Surge Forward Current versus Surge Current
Duration
Figure E7.1 Instantaneous Forward Current versus Forward Voltage
(Typical)
Average Forward
Power Dissipation [PF(AV)] – Watts
20
SINGLE PULSE RECTIFICATION
60 Hz SINE WAVE
16
12
20 A Devices
8
15 A Devices
4
25 A Devices
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Average Forward Current [IF(AV)] – Amps
Figure E7.2 Forward Power Dissipation (Typical)
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
125
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60 Hz Sine Wave
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CASE TEMPERATURE:
Measured As Shown on Dimensional Drawing
120
115
110
105
20 A Devices
100
25 A Devices
95
15 A Devices
90
85
80
75
70
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Average Forward Current [IF (AV)] – Amps
Figure E7.3 Maximum Allowable Case Temperature versus
Average Forward Current
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DO-35
DO-214
Diac
HT and ST Series
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General Description
Teccor’s HT and ST Series of bilateral trigger diacs offer a range
of voltage characteristics from 27 V to 45 V.
A diac semiconductor is a full-wave or bidirectional thyristor. It is
triggered from a blocking- to conduction-state for either polarity
of applied voltage whenever the amplitude of applied voltage
exceeds the breakover voltage rating of the diac.
The Teccor line of diacs features glass-passivated junctions to
ensure long-term reliability and parameter stability. Teccor’s
glass offers a rugged, reliable barrier against junction
contamination.
Features
•
•
•
Bilateral triggering device
Glass-passivated junctions
Wide voltage range selections
ST Series
The diac specifications listed in this data sheet are for standard
products. Special parameter selections such as close tolerance
voltage symmetry are available. Consult the factory for more
information about custom design applications.
•
•
Epoxy SMT package
High-temperature, solder-bonded die attachment
HT Series
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Data Sheets
Electrical Characteristics TC = 25°C
Part No.
VBO
∆VBO
VBB
IBO
ITRM
Breakover Voltage
(Forward and
Reverse)
Breakover Voltage
Symmetry
∆VBO =
[ | +VBO | - | - VBO | ]
Dynamic
Breakback
Voltage
(3)
| ∆V± |
Peak Breakover
Current
at
Breakover
Voltage
Peak Pulse
Current
for 10 µs
120 PPS
TA ≤40 °C
DO-35
DO-214
Volts
Volts
µAmps
Amps
MIN
MAX
MAX
MIN
MAX
MAX
HT-32
HT-32A / HT-5761
ST-32
27
28
37
36
3 (1)
2 (1)
10 (2)
7 at 10 mA (4)
25
25
2
2
Volts
HT-32B / HT-5761A
ST-32B
30
34
2 (1)
7 at 10 mA (4)
25
2
HT-34B
ST-34B
32
36
2 (1)
10 (2)
25
2
HT-35
HT-36A / HT-5762
ST-35
ST-36A
30
32
40
40
3 (1)
2 (1)
10 (2)
7 at 10 mA (4)
25
25
2
2
HT-36B
ST-36B
34
38
2 (1)
10 (2)
25
2
HT-40
ST-40
35
45
3 (1)
10 (2)
25
2
General Notes
•
Lead solder temperature is +230 °C for 10-second maximum;
≥1/16" (1.59 mm) from case.
•
See “Package Dimensions” section of this catalog.
Current
10 mA
Electrical Specification Notes
(1)
Breakover voltage symmetry as close as 1 V is available from the
factory on these products.
(2)
See Figure E8.4 and Figure E8.5 for test circuit and waveforms.
(3)
Typical switching time is 900 nano-seconds measured at IPK
(Figure E8.4) across a 20 Ω resistor (Figure E8.5). Switching time
is defined as rise time of IPK between the 10% to 90% points.
(4)
See V-I Characteristics.
V
Breakover
Current
IBO
-VBO
Voltage
+VBO
Breakover
Voltage
VBO
Bilateral Trigger DIAC Specifications
•
Maximum Ratings, Absolute-Maximum Values
V-I Characteristics
– Maximum Trigger Firing Capacitance: 0.1 µF
– Device dissipation (at TA = -40 °C to +40 °C):
250 mW for DO-35 and 300 mW for DO-214
– Derate above +40 °C:
3.6 mW/°C for DO-35 and 3 mW/°C for DO-214
•
HT and ST Series Thermal Resistance
Junction to Lead - RθJL: °C/W
Junction to Ambient [RθJA]: °C/W
(based on maximum lead temperature of
90 °C for DO-214 and 85 °C for DO-35 devices)
Temperature Ranges
Storage: -40 °C to +125 °C
Operating (Junction): -40 °C to +125 °C
Y Package
S Package
DO-35
DO-214
100 [278] °C/W
65 °C/W *
* Mounted on 1 cm2 copper foil surface; two-ounce copper foil
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Diac
LOAD — Up to 1500 W
3.3 k
Triac
Q2015L5
MT2
200 k
120 V ac
60 Hz
G
MT1
HT-35
Bilateral
Trigger
Diac
0.1 µF
100 V
Figure E8.1 Typical Diac/Triac Full-wave Phase Control Circuit Using
Lower Voltage Diacs.
10
Repetitive Peak On-state Current (ITRM) – Amps
5.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.5
0.3
0.2
Safe Operating
Area
0.1
0.05
0.03
0.02
.01
.005
.003
.002
.001
PULSE REPETITION RATE = 120 pps
TA = 40 ˚C
1
2
4
6
10
20
40 60 100
200
400 6001000
2000
4000
10000
Base Pulse Duration – µs
Figure E8.2 Repetitive Peak On-state Current versus Pulse Duration
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Data Sheets
Percentage of VBO Change – %
+8
47 k
+6
*
100 k
+4
D.U.T.
+2
HT Series
RL
0
ST Series
CT
VC
-2
-4
O.1 µF
IL
120 V rms
60 Hz
-6
20 Ω
1%
-8
-40
-20
0
+20 +40 +60 +80 +100 +120 +140
* Adjust for one firing in each half cycle. D.U.T. = Diac
Junction Temperature (TJ) – ˚C
Figure E8.3 Normalized VBO Change versus Junction Temperature
Figure E8.5 Circuit Used to Measure Diac Characteristics
(Refer to Figure E8.4.)
V
C
+V
300
BO
Peak Output Current (IPK) – mA
∆V+
t
0
∆V-V
BO
I
L
+I
PK
0
t
250
200
150
100
Ty
pic
a
5V
l (3
De
e
vic
)
50
0
.01 .02 .03 .04 .05 .06 .07 .08 .09 .10
-I
PK
Triggering Capacitance (CT) – µF
Typical pulse base width is 10 µs
Figure E8.4 Test Circuit Waveforms (Refer to Figure E8.5.)
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DO-15X
DO-214
Surface Mount
TO-92
Type 70
TO-202
Sidac
(79 V to 330 V)
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General Description
The sidac is a silicon bilateral voltage triggered switch with
greater power-handling capabilities than standard diacs. Upon
application of a voltage exceeding the sidac breakover voltage
point, the sidac switches on through a negative resistance region
to a low on-state voltage. Conduction continues until the current
is interrupted or drops below the minimum holding current of the
device.
Teccor’s sidacs feature glass-passivated junctions to ensure a
rugged and dependable device capable of withstanding harsh
environments.
Variations of devices covered in this data sheet are available for
custom design applications. Consult the factory for more information.
Applications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
High-voltage lamp ignitors
Natural gas ignitors
Gas oil ignitors
High-voltage power supplies
Xenon ignitors
Overvoltage protector
Pulse generators
Fluorescent lighting ignitors
HID lighting ignitors
Features
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Data Sheets
IT(RMS)
Part No.
(10)
VDRM
VBO
(7) (8)
IDRM
IBO
IH
(2)
(3) (4)
(1)
Type
TO-92
DO-15X
TO-202
DO-214
See “Package Dimensions” section for variations. (9)
K0900E70
K0900G
K0900S
Amps
Volts
µAmps
µAmps
MAX
1
MIN
±70
MIN
79
Volts
MAX
97
MAX
5
MAX
10
TYP
60
mAmps
MAX
150
K1050E70
K1100E70
K1050G
K1100G
K1050S
K1100S
1
1
±90
±90
95
104
113
118
5
5
10
10
60
60
150
150
K1200E70
K1300E70
K1200G
K1300G
K1200S
K1300S
1
1
±90
±90
110
120
125
138
5
5
10
10
60
60
150
150
K1400E70
K1500E70
K1400G
K1500G
K1400S
K1500S
1
1
±90
±90
130
140
146
170
5
5
10
10
60
60
150
150
K2000E70
K2200E70
K2000G
K2200G
K2000F1
K2200F1
K2000S
K2200S
1
1
±180
±180
190
205
215
230
5
5
10
10
60
60
150
150
K2400E70
K2500E70
K2400G
K2500G
K2400F1
K2500F1
K2400S
K2500S
1
1
±190
±200
220
240
250
280
5
5
10
10
60
60
150
150
1
±200
270
330
5
10
60
150
K3000F1
Specific Test Conditions
Electrical Specification Notes
di/dt — Critical rate-of-rise of on-state current
(1)
See Figure E9.5 for VBO change versus junction temperature.
dv/dt — Critical rate-of-rise of off-state voltage at rated VDRM;
TJ ≤ 100 °C
(2)
See Figure E9.6 for IBO versus junction temperature.
(3)
IBO — Breakover current 50/60 Hz sine wave
See Figure E9.2 for IH versus case temperature.
(4)
See Figure E9.13 for test circuit.
IDRM — Repetitive peak off-state current 50/60 Hz sine wave; V = VDRM
(5)
See Figure E9.1 for more than one full cycle rating.
IH — Dynamic holding current 50/60 Hz sine wave; R = 100 Ω
(6)
TC ≤ 90 °C for TO-92 Sidac
TC ≤ 105 °C for TO-202 Sidacs
TL ≤ 100 °C for DO-15X
TL ≤ 90 °C for DO-214
IT(RMS) — On-state RMS current TJ ≤ 125 °C 50/60 Hz sine wave
ITSM — Peak one-cycle surge current 50/60 Hz sine wave (nonrepetitive)
RS — Switching resistance R
S
( V BO – V S )
= -------------------------------- 50/60 Hz sine wave
( I – I BO )
S
VBO — Breakover voltage 50/60 Hz sine wave
VDRM — Repetitive peak off-state voltage
VTM — Peak on-state voltage; IT = 1 A
(7)
See Figure E9.14 for clarification of sidac operation.
(8)
For best sidac operation, the load impedance should be near or
less than switching resistance.
(9)
See package outlines for lead form configurations. When ordering
special lead forming, add type number as suffix to part number.
(10) Do not use electrically connected mounting tab or center lead.
General Notes
+I
•
All measurements are made at 60 Hz with a resistive load at an
ambient temperature of +25 °C unless otherwise specified.
•
Storage temperature range (TS) is -65 °C to +150 °C.
•
The case (TC) or lead (TL) temperature is measured as shown on
the dimensional outline drawings in the “Package Dimensions” section of this catalog.
•
Junction temperature range (TJ) is -40 °C to +125 °C.
•
Lead solder temperature is a maximum of +230 °C for 10-second
maximum; ≥1/16" (1.59 mm) from case.
IT
IH
RS
IS
IDRM
-V
RS =
IBO
+V
VT
(VBO - VS)
VBO
VS
VDRM
(IS - IBO)
-I
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Sidac
VTM
Volts
MAX
ITSM
RS
(5)
(8)
dv/dt
di/dt
Amps
Package
60 Hz
50 Hz
kΩ
Volts/µSec
Amps/µSec
MIN
MIN
TYP
16.7
0.1
1500
150
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
1.5
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
1.5
1.5
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
1.5
1.5
1.5
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
1.5
1.5
1.5
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
1.5
1.5
1.5
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
1.5
1.5
3
1.5
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
1.5
1.5
3
1.5
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
1.5
1.5
3
1.5
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
1.5
1.5
3
1.5
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
20
16.7
0.1
1500
150
E
G
F
S
1.5
1.5
1.5
20
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
3
Thermal Resistance (Steady State)
RθJC [RθJA] °C/W (TYPICAL)
G Package
F Package
S Package
1.5
35 [95]
18 [75]
7 [45] **
Ratio of
˚
IH
IH(TC = 25 C)
E Package
2.0
30 * [85]
* Mounted on 1 cm2 copper foil surface; two-ounce copper foil
** RθJA for TO-202 Type 23 and Type 41 is 70 °C/Watt.
1.0
.5
0
-40
-15
+25
+65
+105
+125
˚
Case Temperature (TC) – C
Peak Surge (Non-repetitive)
On-state Current [ITSM] – Amps
100
Figure E9.2 Normalized DC Holding Current versus Case/Lead
Temperature
SUPPLY FREQUENCY: 60 Hz Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive
RMS ON-STATE CURRENT: IT RMS Maximum Rated
Value at Specified Junction Temperature
40
20
10
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
1.0
Notes:
1) Blocking capability may be lost during
and immediately following surge
current interval.
2) Overload may not be repeated until
junction temperature has returned
to steady-state rated value.
1.0
10
100
1000
Surge Current Duration – Full Cycles
Figure E9.1 Peak Surge Current versus Surge Current Duration
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Data Sheets
di/dt Limit Line
No
n
-Re
pe
200
pe
titi
on
f=
f=
f=
10
10
0H
20
2
ITRM
VBO Firing
Current
Waveform
d
Re
100
80
60
40
10
8
6
4
ate
l/f
Fr
eq
ue
nc
Hz
yf
=5
z
Hz
TJ = 125 ºC Max
1k
Hz
f=
5k
Hz
10
kH
z
f=
f=2
9
8
7
6
5
4
to
Repetitive Peak Breakover
Current (IBO) Multiplier
Repetitive Peak
On-state Current (ITRM) – Amps
600
400
V = VBO
3
2
1
20
30
40
0 kH
1
0.8
0.6
4
2 x 10-3
z
50
60
70
80
90
100
110 120 130
Junction Temperature (TJ) – C
˚
6 8
2
4
6 8
2
4 6 81
1 x 10-1
1 x 10-2
Pulse base width (to) – ms
Figure E9.3 Repetitive Peak On-state Current (I TRM) versus
Pulse Width at Various Frequencies
Figure E9.6 Normalized Repetitive Peak Breakover Current versus
Junction Temperature
9
TL = 25 ˚C
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal - 60 Hz
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
FREE AIR RATING
120
8
Positive or Negative Instantaneous
On-state Current (iT) – Amps
Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature (TA) – ˚C
140
100
TO
-20
2
80
DO
-1
5X
60
TO
-9
2
40
Ty
pe
1
an
dT
O-
an
d
20
DO
-2
14
2T
yp
e2
3a
nd
41
7
6
TO-92, DO-214 and DO-15X
"E", "S" and "G" Packages
5
4
TO-202 "F" Package
3
2
1
25
20
0
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
0.8
1.0
1.2
Figure E9.4 Maximum Allowable Ambient Temperature versus
On-state Current
2.0
Average On-state
Power Dissipation [PD(AV)] – Watts
Percentage of VBO Change – %
1.8
0
-2
K1xxxE
K1xxxG
K1xxxS
-6
K2xxxE
K2xxxG
K2xxxS
-10
2.2 2.4
2.6
2.8
3.0
3.2
3.4
3.6
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
TO-202 "F" Package
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
"E", "S" and "G" Packages
TO-92, DO-214 and DO-15X
0.2
-12
2.0
CURRENT WAVEFORM: Sinusoidal
LOAD: Resistive or Inductive
CONDUCTION ANGLE:
See Basic Sidac Cirucit
2.2
K2xxxF1
+2
-8
1.6
Figure E9.7 On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical)
+4
-4
1.4
Positive or Negative Instantaneous On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
+25
-40
-20
0
+20
+40
+60
+80
+100
+120 +140
0
Junction Temperature (TJ) – ˚C
Figure E9.5 Normalized VBO Change versus Junction Temperature
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0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
RMS On-state Current [IT(RMS)] – Amps
Figure E9.8 Power Dissipation (Typical) versus On-state Current
[Refer to Figure E9.14 for Basic Sidac Circuit]
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Sidac
SCR
Xenon Lamp
10 µF
100
Sidac
-
+
250 V
2W
20 M
K2200G
100-250 V ac
60 Hz
+ 10 µF
- 450 V
100-250 V ac
60 Hz
4 kV
Sidac
120 V ac
60 Hz
0.01 µF
400 V
200400 V
Trigger
Transformer
20:1
Figure E9.9 Comparison of Sidac versus SCR for Gas Ignitor Circuit
Figure E9.12 Xenon Lamp Flashing Circuit
Push to test
-
10 µF
-
50 V
100 V
Switch to test
in each direction
S1
4.7 µF
+
4.7 k
100-250 V ac
60 Hz
+
+
-
4.7 µF
100 V
100 Ω
1%
K1200E
Sidac
½W
1.2 µF
Device
Under
Test
200 V
S1
24 V ac
60 Hz
Scope
IPK
Trace Stops
IH
H.V.
Ignitor
Scope Indication
Figure E9.10 Circuit (Low Voltage Input) for Gas Ignition
Ballast
Ballast
0.47 µF
400 V
Sidac
Figure E9.13 Dynamic Holding Current Test Circuit for Sidacs
Lamp
3.3 k
VBO
0.22 µF
Sidac
VBO
VBO
7.5 k
100-250 V ac
60 Hz
Lamp
IH
Load
IH
120 V ac
60 Hz
220 V ac
60 Hz
120-145
Conduction
Angle
16 mH
120 V ac
Load Current
220 V ac
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˚
Figure E9.14 Basic Sidac Circuit
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(a) Circuit
(b) Waveforms
V
BO
R
SIDAC
V
DC(IN)
≥V
V
C
V
B0
C
t
I
C
L
R
L
I
L
Rmax ≤
R
min ≥
V
-V
IN
BO
IBO
t
V
-V
IN
TM
IH (MIN)
Figure E9.15 Relaxation Oscillator Using a Sidac
Input
Voltage
VCE Monitor
tw ≈ 3 ms
(See Note A)
0V
tw
(See Note B)
2N6127
(or equivalent)
Input
100 mH
RBB1 =
150 Ω
TIP-47
5V
Collector
Current
0.63 A
100 ms
0
50 Ω
RBB2 =
50 Ω
100 Ω
+ VBB2 =0
VBB1 =10 V
+
IC Monitor
VCC = 20 V
RS = 0.1 Ω
Sidac VBO
Collector
Voltage
10 V
VCE(sat)
Test Circuit
Voltage and Current Waveforms
Note A: Input pulse width is increased until ICM = 0.63 A.
Note B: Sidac (or Diac or series of Diacs) chosen so that VBO is just below VCEO rating of transistor to be protected.
The Sidac (or Diac) eliminates a reverse breakdown of the transistor in inductive switching circuits where otherwise the
transistor could be destroyed.
Figure E9.16 Sidac Added to Protect Transistor for Typical Transistor Inductive Load Switching Requirements
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Package Dimensions
M1
This section contains the dimensions for the following packages:
•
F Package — TO-202AB, Type 1 (Non-isolated)
•
Y Package — DO-35 or DO-204AH
•
R Package — TO-220AB (Non-isolated)
•
L Package — TO-220AB (Isolated)
•
P Package — TO-3 Fastpak (Isolated)
•
E Package — TO-92 (Isolated)
•
S Package — DO-214AA
•
M Package — TO-218AC (Non-isolated)
•
K Package — TO-218AC (Isolated)
•
W Package — TO-218X (Non-isolated)
•
J Package — TO-218X (Isolated)
•
G Package — DO-15X Axial Lead
•
C Package — Compak
•
N Package — TO-263
•
D Package — TO-252
•
V Package — TO-251
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F Package — TO-202AB, Type 1
Non-isolated Mounting Tab Common with MT2 / Anode / PIN 2
Inches
A
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
Q
R
S
B
Tab Common to
MT2 / Anode / PIN 2
C
R
DIA.
G
D
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
E
MT1 / Cathode / PIN 1
F
H
MT2 / Anode / PIN 2
M
J
N
P
K
L
Q
Gate / Trigger / PIN 3
0.070 x 45˚Chamfer Common to
All Types
MIN
0.365
0.243
0.110
0.780
0.290
0.400
0.052
0.055
0.023
0.095
0.195
0.049
0.017
0.055
0.175
0.124
0.390
MAX
0.385
0.253
0.120
0.810
0.310
0.430
0.062
0.065
0.029
0.105
0.205
0.059
0.023
0.065
0.185
0.130
0.405
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
9.27
9.78
6.17
6.43
2.79
3.05
19.81
20.57
7.37
7.87
10.16
10.92
1.32
1.58
1.40
1.65
0.58
0.74
2.41
2.67
4.95
5.21
1.24
1.50
0.43
0.58
1.40
1.65
4.45
4.70
3.15
3.30
9.91
10.29
S
Notes:
(1) Maximum torque to be applied to mounting tab is 8 in-lbs. (0.904 Nm)
(2) Pin 2 and mounting tab are electrically connected. Do not use either
for Sidac operation.
Y Package — DO-35 or DO-204AH
1
Inches
A
DIA.
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
B
C
B
E
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0.060
0.135
0.018
1.000
MAX
0.090
0.015
0.165
0.022
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
1.530
2.280
0.381
3.430
4.190
0.458
0.558
25.400
(1)
Package contour optional within dimensions A and C. Slugs, if any,
shall be included within this cylinder but shall not be subject to the
minimum limit of Dimension A.
(2)
Lead diameter is not controlled in this zone to allow for flash, lead
finish build-up, and minor irregularities other than slugs.
2
D
DIA.
TYP
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R Package — TO-220AB
Non-isolated Mounting Tab Common with Center Lead
R Package
MT2 / Anode
A
Inches
O
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
R
P
C
D
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
B
E
DIA.
Notch in gate
lead identifies
non-isolated tab
F
G
Gate/Trigger *
MT2 / Anode
MT1 / Cathode
R
H
N
M
L
K
J
* The gate pin is not used
on diode rectifiers.
MIN
0.380
0.105
0.230
0.590
0.142
0.110
0.540
0.025
0.195
0.095
0.060
0.070
0.018
0.178
0.045
0.038
MAX
0.420
0.115
0.250
0.620
0.147
0.130
0.575
0.035
0.205
0.105
0.075
0.085
0.024
0.188
0.060
0.048
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
9.65
10.67
2.66
2.92
5.85
6.35
14.98
15.75
3.61
3.73
2.80
3.30
13.71
14.60
0.63
0.89
4.95
5.21
2.41
2.67
1.52
1.91
1.78
2.16
0.45
0.61
4.52
4.78
1.14
1.53
0.97
1.22
MAX
0.420
0.115
0.250
0.620
0.147
0.130
0.575
0.035
0.205
0.105
0.075
0.085
0.024
0.188
0.060
0.048
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
9.65
10.67
2.66
2.92
5.85
6.35
14.98
15.75
3.61
3.73
2.80
3.30
13.71
14.60
0.63
0.89
4.95
5.21
2.41
2.67
1.52
1.91
1.78
2.16
0.45
0.61
4.52
4.78
1.14
1.53
0.97
1.22
Note: Maximum torque
to be applied to mounting tab
is 8 in-lbs. (0.904 Nm).
L Package — TO-220AB
Isolated Mounting Tab
R Package
MT2 / Anode
A
Inches
O
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
R
P
C
D
B
E
DIA.
F
G
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
Gate/Trigger *
MT2 / Anode
MT1 / Cathode
R
H
N
M
L
K
J
* The gate pin is not used
on diode rectifiers.
MIN
0.380
0.105
0.230
0.590
0.142
0.110
0.540
0.025
0.195
0.095
0.060
0.070
0.018
0.178
0.045
0.038
Note: Maximum torque
to be applied to mounting tab
is 8 in-lbs. (0.904 Nm).
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P Package — TO-3 Fastpak
Isolated Mounting Base
Inches
A
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T (MT1)
T (MT2)
T (Gate)
U (MT1)
U (MT2)
U (Gate)
V
W
B
D
MT2
H
F
MT1
Gate
ΦG
E
TC Measuring Point
C
I
T
Φ J (MT1, MT2)
M
Φ K (Gate)
U
R
L
Q
5-ΦN
S
O
P
MIN
1.531
1.177
0.843
0.780
0.783
0.874
0.161
0.386
0.508
0.079
0.047
0.307
0.372
0.043
0.315
0.098
0.846
0.244
0.106
0.321
0.321
0.220
0.246
0.246
0.183
0.120
0.175
MAX
1.543
1.185
0.850
0.795
0.791
0.906
0.169
0.465
0.587
0.087
0.055
0.319
0.396
0.059
0.331
0.106
0.886
0.256
0.130
0.329
0.329
0.228
0.254
0.254
0.191
0.130
0.185
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
38.90
39.20
29.90
30.10
21.40
21.60
19.80
20.20
19.90
20.10
22.20
23.00
4.10
4.30
9.80
11.80
12.90
14.90
2.00
2.20
1.20
1.40
7.80
8.10
9.45
10.05
1.10
1.50
8.00
8.40
2.50
2.70
21.50
22.50
6.20
6.50
2.70
3.30
8.15
8.35
8.15
8.35
5.60
5.80
6.25
6.45
6.25
6.45
4.65
4.85
3.05
3.30
4.45
4.70
Note: Maximum torque to be applied to mounting tab is 8 in-lbs.
(0.904 Nm).
E Package — TO-92
Inches
TC Measuring Point
Dimension
A
B
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
A
B
Cathode /
MT1 / PIN 1
Anode / MT2 / PIN 3
Gate / PIN 2
MIN
0.176
0.500
0.095
0.150
0.046
0.135
0.088
0.176
0.088
0.013
0.013
MAX
0.196
0.105
0.054
0.145
0.096
0.186
0.096
0.019
0.017
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
4.47
4.98
12.70
2.41
2.67
3.81
1.16
1.37
3.43
3.68
2.23
2.44
4.47
4.73
2.23
2.44
0.33
0.48
0.33
0.43
All leads insulated from case. Case is electrically nonconductive.
E
H
M
G
F
L
D
K
J
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S Package — DO-214AA
Inches
TC / TL Temperature
Measurement Point
B
D
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
C A
H
E
J
F
L
K
G
0.079
(2.0)
0.110
(2.8)
MIN
0.140
0.205
0.077
0.166
0.036
0.073
0.004
0.077
0.043
0.008
0.027
MAX
0.155
0.220
0.083
0.180
0.056
0.083
0.008
0.086
0.053
0.012
0.049
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
3.56
3.94
5.21
5.59
1.96
2.11
4.22
4.57
0.91
1.42
1.85
2.11
0.10
0.20
1.96
2.18
1.09
1.35
0.20
0.30
0.69
1.24
MAX
0.835
0.630
0.188
0.070
0.497
0.655
0.029
0.095
0.625
0.219
0.437
0.068
0.055
0.115
0.016
0.016
0.163
0.095
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
20.57
21.21
15.49
16.00
4.52
4.78
1.40
1.78
12.37
12.62
16.13
16.64
0.56
0.74
1.91
2.41
14.61
15.88
5.36
5.56
10.72
11.10
1.47
1.73
1.14
1.40
2.41
2.92
0.20
0.41
0.20
0.41
4.04
4.14
2.17
2.42
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.079
(2.0)
Pad Outline
M Package — TO-218AC
Non-Isolated Mounting Tab Common with Center Lead
K Package — TO-218AC
Isolated Mounting Tab
Inches
TC Measurement Point
U DIA.
B
C
M Package
MT2 / Anode
D
A
F
E
W
Gate / PIN 3
J
P
MT1 / Cathode / PIN 1
MT2 / Anode / PIN 2
M
Q
R
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G
Note: Maximum torque
to be applied to mounting
tab is 8 in-lbs. (0.904 Nm).
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Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
Q
R
U
W
MIN
0.810
0.610
0.178
0.055
0.487
0.635
0.022
0.075
0.575
0.211
0.422
0.058
0.045
0.095
0.008
0.008
0.159
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W Package — TO-218X
Non-isolated Mounting Tab Common with Center Lead
J Package — TO-218X
Isolated Mounting Tab
INCHES
C
W Package
MT2 / Anode
DIM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
D
B
U DIA.
Tc
Measurement
Point
A
F
E Z
MT1 / Cathode
X
W
J
Gate
N
R
S
P
T
M
Y
K
G
MT2 / Anode
H
L
V
Note: Maximum torque to
be applied to mounting tab
is 8 in-lbs. (0.904 Nm).
MIN
0.810
0.610
0.178
0.055
0.487
0.635
0.022
0.075
0.575
0.256
0.220
0.080
0.169
0.034
0.113
0.086
0.156
0.159
0.603
0.000
0.003
0.028
0.085
MAX
0.835
0.630
0.188
0.070
0.497
0.655
0.029
0.095
0.625
0.264
0.228
0.088
0.177
0.042
0.121
0.096
0.166
0.163
0.618
0.005
0.012
0.032
0.095
MILLIMETERS
MIN
MAX
20.57
21.21
15.49
16.00
4.52
4.78
1.40
1.78
12.37
12.62
16.13
16.64
0.56
0.74
1.91
2.41
14.61
15.88
6.50
6.71
5.58
5.79
2.03
2.24
4.29
4.49
0.86
1.07
2.87
3.07
2.18
2.44
3.96
4.22
4.04
4.14
15.31
15.70
0.00
0.13
0.07
0.30
0.71
0.81
2.17
2.42
G Package — DO-15X
Axial Lead
L
G
Inches
φD
L
Dimension
φB2
φD
G
L
MIN
0.027
0.104
0.230
1.000
MAX
0.035
0.150
0.300
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
0.686
0.889
2.640
3.810
5.840
7.620
25.400
φB2
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C Package — Compak
Inches
TC / TL Temperature
Measurement Point
Gate
B
D
M
N
P
A
C
MT1 / Cathode
MT2 / Anode
H
F
L
E
J
0.079
(2.0)
K
0.079
(2.0)
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
MIN
0.140
0.205
0.077
0.166
0.036
0.073
0.004
0.077
0.043
0.008
0.027
0.022
MAX
0.155
0.220
0.083
0.180
0.056
0.083
0.008
0.086
0.053
0.012
0.049
0.028
N
P
0.027
0.052
0.033
0.058
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
3.56
3.94
5.21
5.59
1.96
2.11
4.22
4.57
0.91
1.42
1.85
2.11
0.10
0.20
1.96
2.18
1.09
1.35
0.20
0.30
0.69
1.24
1
0.71
0.56
0.69
0.84
1.32
1.47
MAX
0.370
0.420
0.188
0.035
0.055
0.075
0.105
0.093
0.024
0.110
0.625
0.045
0.010
0.070
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
9.14
9.40
9.65
10.67
4.52
4.78
0.63
0.89
1.22
1.40
1.52
1.91
2.41
2.67
2.11
2.36
0.46
0.61
2.29
2.79
14.99
15.87
0.89
1.14
0.05
0.25
1.02
1.78
G
0.079
(2.0)
0.040
(1.0)
0.030
(0.76)
0.110
(2.8)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
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N Package — TO-263
D2Pak Surface Mount
Inches
MT2 / Anode
V
B
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
S
V
U
W
C
E
Case
Temperature
Measurement
A
S
U
W
K
MT1 / Cathode
G
F
Gate
D 2PL
J
H
0.46
(11.684)
0.085 (2.159)
MIN
0.360
0.380
0.178
0.025
0.048
0.060
0.095
0.083
0.018
0.090
0.590
0.035
0.002
0.040
0.17 (4.318)
0.665
(16.891)
0.35
(8.89)
0.115 (2.921)
0.26
(6.604)
0.15 (3.81)
Dimensions are
in inches
(and millimeters).
0.08 (2.032)
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D Package — TO-252AA
D-Pak Surface Mount
H
MT2 / Anode
Inches
M
K
G
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
A
B
Gate
O
L
D
F
E
MT1 / Cathode
C
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
P
0.264
(6.7)
.460
MIN
0.236
0.379
0.176
0.035
0.087
0.027
0.205
0.251
0.040
0.086
0.026
0.018
0.170
0.002
0.018
MAX
0.244
0.409
0.184
0.050
0.093
0.033
0.213
0.261
0.050
0.094
0.036
0.023
0.180
0.010
0.023
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
6.00
6.20
9.63
10.39
4.47
4.67
0.89
0.27
2.21
2.36
0.69
0.84
5.21
5.41
6.38
6.63
1.02
1.27
2.18
2.39
0.66
0.91
0.46
0.58
4.32
4.57
0.05
0.25
0.46
0.58
MAX
0.050
0.244
0.375
0.213
0.261
0.033
0.093
0.094
0.023
0.042
0.023
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
1.02
1.27
6.00
6.20
8.89
9.53
5.21
5.41
6.38
6.63
0.69
0.84
2.21
2.36
2.18
2.39
0.46
0.58
0.91
1.07
0.46
0.58
0.264
(6.7)
0.071 (1.8)
0.118 (3.0)
0.063
(1.6)
0.181
(4.6)
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V Package — TO-251AA
V-Pak Through Hole
MT2 / Anode
E
Inches
H
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
J
D
A
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
Mounting
Tab
Internally
Connected
to MT2
B
K
C
F
Gate
MT1 / Cathode
MIN
0.040
0.236
0.350
0.205
0.251
0.027
0.087
0.086
0.018
0.036
0.018
L
G
MT2 / Anode
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Lead Form Dimensions
M2
Lead Bending Specifications
The TO-202AB, TO-220AB, and TO-92 package configurations,
because of their unique design, can be mounted in a variety of
methods, depending upon heat sink requirements and circuit
packaging methods. Any of the derived types shown in this section are available as standard parts direct from the factory. Custom package variations are available. Consult the factory for
more information.
Leads may be bent easily and may be bent to any desired angle,
provided that the bend is made at a minimum 0.063" (0.1 for
TO-218) away from the package body with a minimum radius of
0.032". DO-15X device leads may be bent with a minimum radius
of 0.050", and DO-35 device leads may be bent with a minimum
radius of 0.028". Leads should be held firmly between the package body and the bend, so that strain on the leads is not transmitted to the package body.
To designate lead form options, simply indicate the type number
at the end of the Teccor standard part number.
Example: Q2004F312 (Signifies Type 12)
Note: When ordering a TO-202 F package, include a 1 for standard full tab package. When ordering anything other than full tab,
remove the 1 and add the Lead Form Type.
When bending leads in the plane of the leads (spreading), bend
only the narrow part.
Sharp angle bends should be done only once, as repetitive bending will fatigue and break the leads.
See “Description of Part Numbers” in the Product Selection
Guide of this catalog for a complete description of Teccor part
numbers.
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TO-202AB Type 11 — F Package
TO-202AB Type 2 — F Package
Tab Common to
MT2 / Anode
A
B
A
MT1 / Cathode
MT2 / Anode
Gate
MT1 / Cathode
MT2 / Anode
Gate
B
MT2 / Anode
C
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
MIN
0.080
0.301
0.080
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
2.03
3.05
7.65
9.17
2.03
3.05
MAX
0.120
0.361
0.120
Inches
Dimension
A
B
MIN
0.240
0.030
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
6.100
6.60
0.762
1.27
MAX
0.260
0.050
TO-202AB Type 21 — F Package
TO-202AB Type 12 — F Package
B
Tab Common
to MT2 / Anode
A
A
B
C
D
MT1 / Cathode
MT2 / Anode
Gate
MT2 /
Anode
MT1 / Cathode
E
MT2 / Anode
Gate
Inches
Inches
Dimension
A
B
MIN
0.435
0.120
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0.495
0.160
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
11.05
12.57
3.05
4.06
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
M2 - 2
MIN
0.030
0.240
0.080
0.301
0.080
MAX
0.050
0.260
0.120
0.361
0.120
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
0.762
1.27
6.100
6.60
2.030
3.05
7.650
9.17
2.030
3.05
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TO-202AB Type 23 — F Package
TO-202AB Type 3 — F Package
Sidac Only
Non-isolated
MT2 / Anode
C
A
B
B
A
MT1 / Pin 1
MT1 / Cathode
MT2 / Pin 2
Gate
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
MIN
0.240
0.030
0.030
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
6.100
6.60
0.762
1.27
0.762
1.27
MAX
0.260
0.050
0.050
Inches
Dimension
A
B
MIN
0.030
0.645
MAX
0.050
0.705
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
0.762
1.27
16.380
17.91
TO-202AB Type 32 — F Package
TO-202AB Type 26 — F Package
Non-isolated
MT2 / Anode
A
B
B
C
C
A
Gate
MT2 / Anode
MT1 / Cathode
D
MT1 / Cathode
E
Gate
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
MIN
0.240
0.030
0.050
0.095
0.172
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0.260
0.050
0.070
0.105
0.202
Inches
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
6.100
6.60
0.762
1.27
0.127
1.78
2.410
2.67
4.370
5.13
Dimension
A
B
C
M2 - 3
MIN
0.030
0.435
0.120
MAX
0.050
0.495
0.160
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
0.762
1.27
11.050
12.57
3.050
4.06
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TO-202AB Type 4 — F Package
TO-202AB Type 43 — F Package
Surface Mount
B
A
C
MT2 / Anode
G
D
C
G
MT2 / Anode
D
0.150
A
0.450
0.150
0.050
Five
PLCs
F
MT1 / Cathode
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Gate
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
E
Gate
F
E
B
MIN
0.240
0.114
0.023
0.030
0.297
0.030
0.297
MAX
0.260
0.134
0.029
0.050
0.327
0.050
0.327
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
6.100
6.600
2.900
3.400
0.584
0.737
0.762
1.270
7.540
8.310
0.765
1.270
7.540
8.310
TO-202AB Type 41 — F Package
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
MIN
0.030
0.680
0.110
0.080
0.080
0.110
0.000
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
0.762
1.270
17.270
19.300
2.800
3.300
2.030
2.540
2.030
2.540
2.800
3.300
0.000
0.330
MAX
0.050
0.760
0.130
0.100
0.100
0.130
0.013
TO-220 Type 51 — R or L Package
Replaces RCA 6249
MT2 / Anode
Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
for Non-isolated
R Package
A
C
B
Gate
MT1 / Cathode
MT2 / Anode
A
B
Gate
Ref Only
MT1 / Cathode
Inches
Dimension
A
B
MIN
0.380
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0.420
0.220
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
9.65
10.67
4.57
5.59
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
M2 - 4
MIN
0.320
0.190
0.795
MAX
0.340
0.850
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
8.13
8.64
4.83
20.19
21.59
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Lead Form Dimensions
TO-220 Type 52 — R or L Package
TO-220 Type 54 — R Package
Replaces Motorola Form 4, G.E. Type 4, RCA 6206
Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
for Non-isolated
R Package
MT2 / Anode
B
A
Gate / Trigger
C
D
A
MT2 / Anode
Gate
MT1 / Cathode
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
MIN
0.169
0.040
0.250
0.110
B
MT1 / Cathode
MAX
0.189
0.060
0.170
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
4.29
4.80
1.02
1.52
6.35
2.79
4.32
Inches
Dimension
A
B
MIN
0.040
0.500
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
1.02
1.78
12.70
MAX
0.070
TO-220 Type 55 — R or L Package
TO-220 Type 53 — R or L Package
Replaces G.E. Type 5
Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
for Non-isolated
R Package
Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
for Non-isolated
R Package
B
A
A
MT1 / Cathode
MT1 / Cathode
MT2 / Anode
Gate / Trigger
MT2 / Anode
MT2 / Anode
B
Gate / Trigger
C
MT2 / Anode
D
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
MIN
0.175
0.542
0.167
0.355
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0.582
0.207
0.395
Inches
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
4.45
13.77
14.78
4.24
5.26
9.02
10.03
Dimension
A
B
C
M2 - 5
MIN
0.065
0.353
0.115
MAX
0.095
0.433
0.130
C
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
1.65
2.41
8.97
11.00
2.92
3.30
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TO-220 Type 56 — R or L Package
TO-220 Type 58 — R or L Package
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Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
for Non-isolated
R Package
Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
for Non-isolated
R Package
B
A
A
Gate / Trigger
MT2 / Anode
MT2 / Anode
B
MT2 / Anode
MT1 / Cathode
C
C
Gate
MT2 / Anode
MT1 / Cathode
D
Inches
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
MIN
0.570
0.120
0.172
MAX
0.590
0.130
0.202
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
14.48
14.99
3.05
3.30
4.37
5.13
TO-220 Type 57 — R Package
Dimension
A
B
C
D
MIN
0.175
0.542
0.167
0.355
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
4.45
13.77
14.78
4.24
5.26
9.02
10.03
MAX
0.582
0.207
0.395
TO-220 Type 59 — R or L Package
Similar to TO-66, Gate-Cathode Reversed
Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
for Non-isolated
R Package
MT2 / Anode
B
A
B
MT2 /
Anode
Gate
MT1 / Cathode
Gate
A
MT1 / Cathode
D
C
MT2 / Anode
C
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
MIN
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0.070
0.590
0.422
Inches
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
1.02
1.78
14.48
14.99
8.64
10.72
Dimension
A
B
C
D
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MIN
0.685
0.558
0.375
0.250
MAX
0.725
0.598
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
17.40
18.42
14.17
15.19
9.53
6.35
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Lead Form Dimensions
TO-220 Type 65 — R or L Package
TO-220 Type 68 — R or L Package
Replaces RCA 6210
Surface Mount
Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
for Non-isolated
R Package
Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
for Non-isolated
R Package
0.460
This Footprint
Optional
D
0.270
B
A
0.170
0.860
0.115
0.230
MT1 / Cathode
MT2 / Anode
B
C
A
C
.150
MT2 / Anode
Gate / Trigger
Gate / Trigger
0.045
0.055 TYP
D
0.050 TYP
MT2 / Anode
MT1 / Cathode
Pad Outline
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
MIN
0.550
0.820
0.530
0.080
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
12.70
14.27
14.73
15.75
7.62
2.03
3.05
MAX
0.580
0.260
0.570
0.120
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
MIN
0.780
0.080
0.110
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
19.05
21.59
2.03
2.54
2.79
3.30
0.33
MAX
0.850
0.100
0.130
0.013
TO-220 Type 67 — R Package
TO-92 Type 70 — E Package
Surface Mount
Sidac Only
MT2 / Anode
D
0.460
This Footprint
Optional
Flat
Side
0.270
A
A
0.170
0.860
0.230
0.115
B
0.155
0.050 TYP
Gate
MT1 / Pin 1
MT2 / Pin 3
MT1 / Cathode
Pad Outline
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
B
C
0.150
MIN
0.780
0.080
0.110
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0.850
0.100
0.130
0.013
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
19.05
21.59
2.03
2.54
2.79
3.30
0.33
Inches
Dimension
A
B
M2 - 7
MIN
0.50
MAX
0.060
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
1.52
12.7
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TO-92 Type 73 — E Package
TO-218 Type 81 — K, M, J, or W Packages
Surface Mount
Mounting Tab Common to
MT2 / Anode on W Package
A
MT1 / Cathode / Pin 1
B
Gate / Pin 2
MT2 / Anode/ Pin 3
C
A
0.08
0.034
TYP
0.016
TYP
B
MT1 / Cathode
Pad Outline
MT2 / Anode
Gate
Inches
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
MIN
0.000
0.052
0.295
MAX
0.010
0.067
0.315
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
0.000
0.254
1.320
1.700
7.490
8.000
Dimension
A
B
MIN
0.080
0.580
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
2.03
3.05
14.73
16.26
MAX
0.120
0.640
TO-218 Type 82 — M and W Packages
TO-92 Type 75 — E Package
Replaces TO-5 Pinout
Mounting Tab
Common to
MT2 / Anode
Flat Side
D TYP
A
A
Gate / Pin 2
B
MT1 / Cathode / Pin 1
B
Gate
MT1 / Cathode
Gate / Pin 2
C
MT2 / Anode / Pin 3
F
C
E
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
F
MIN
0.400
0.500
0.080
0.045
0.180
0.080
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0.120
0.085
0.220
0.120
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
10.16
12.70
2.03
3.05
1.14
2.16
4.57
5.59
2.03
3.05
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MIN
0.080
0.580
MAX
0.095
0.120
0.640
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
2.41
2.03
3.05
14.73
16.26
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Lead Form Dimensions
DO-35 Type 91 — Y Package
DO-35 Type 93 — Y Package
Surface Mount
B
A
D
A
B
C
Inches
Dimension
A
B
MIN
0.519
0.140
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
12.18
13.23
3.56
4.37
MAX
0.521
0.172
Inches
Dimension
A
B
C
D
DO-35 Type 92 — Y Package
MIN
0.020
0.290
0.370
0.040
MAX
0.060
0.310
0.430
0.060
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
0.508
1.52
7.370
7.87
9.400
10.92
1.020
1.52
B
A
Inches
Dimension
A
B
MIN
0.610
0.140
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0.630
0.172
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
15.49
16.00
3.56
4.37
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Packing Options
M3
Packing options include:
•
Bulk Pack
•
Reel Pack (RP)
•
Ammo Pack (AP)
•
Tube Pack (TP)
•
Embossed Carrier (RP)
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Packing Option
(1) If selecting an “L401E6” (sensitive gate, 400 V, 1 A triac in a
TO-92 package), choose one of the options available for that
device:
• Bulk packed in 2,000 quantity
• Tape and Reel with 2,000 parts per reel
• Tape and Ammo with 2,000 parts per box
(2) Add the designated code as a suffix to the device number,
such as “L401E6 RP” if selecting Tape and Reel or “L401E6
AP” if selecting Tape and Ammo. (Bulk packing requires no
suffix.)
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Package Type and Packing Options
Packing Options
Ammo Pack
Tube Pack
(AP)
(TP)
2,000
Contact factory
for availability
TO-92
Package Code
E
Bulk Pack
2,000
Reel Pack
(RP)
2,000
TO-220
L, R
500
n/a
n/a
50
Only
Type 67 and 68
TO-202
F
500
700 (Type 2)
n/a
50
Only
Type 43
TO-218
K, J, M, W
250
n/a
n/a
Contact factory
for availability
n/a
Fastpak
P
200
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
TO-251 V-Pak
V
1,000
Contact factory
for availability
n/a
75
n/a
TO-252 D-Pak
D
n/a
n/a
n/a
75
2500
TO-263 D2Pak
N
n/a
n/a
n/a
50
500
DO-214
S
1,000
n/a
n/a
n/a
2500
Compak
C
1,000
n/a
n/a
n/a
2500
DO-35
Y
10,000
5,000
n/a
n/a
n/a
5,000
n/a
n/a
n/a
Package Type
Embossed Carrier
(RP)
Only
Type 73
Minimum order
of 5,000
available
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Packing Options
TO-92 (3-lead) Reel Pack (RP) Radial Leaded
Meets all EIA-468-B 1994 Standards
0.02 (0.5)
0.236
(6.0)
1.6
(41.0)
0.708
(18.0)
0.098 (2.5) MAX
1.26
(32.0)
0.354
(9.0)
0.5
(12.7)
MT1 / Cathode
0.1 (2.54)
0.2 (5.08)
MT2 / Anode
Gate
0.157 DIA
(4.0)
14.17(360.0)
Flat up
1.97
(50.0)
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
TO-92 (3-lead) Ammo Pack (AP) Radial Leaded
Meets all EIA-468-B 1994 Standards
0.236
(6.0)
1.62
(41.2)
0.708
(18.0)
0.02 (0.5)
0.098 (2.5) MAX
1.27
(32.2)
0.354
(9.0)
0.1 (2.54)
0.5
(12.7)
MT2 / Anode
0.2 (5.08)
0.157
(4.0) DIA
MT1 / Cathode
Gate
Flat down
n
Directio
of Feed
25 Devices per fold
1.85
(47.0)
12.2
(310.0)
1.85
(47.0)
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
13.3
(338.0)
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TO-92 Type 70 Reel Pack (RP3) Optional
Meets all EIA-468-B 1994 Standards
0.236
(6.0)
0.02 (0.5)
0.95
(24.1)
1.3
(33.1)
0.708
(18.0)
0.354
(9.0)
0.5
(12.7)
0.1 (2.54)
0.157
DIA
(4.0)
14.17
(360.0)
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
Flat Up
1.97
(50.0)
Direction of Feed
TO-92 Type 70 Reel Pack (RP2) Standard
Meets all EIA-468-B 1994 Standards
0.25
(6.35)
0.50
(12.7)
0.236
(6.0)
0.02
(0.5)
0.125 (3.2) MAX
1.27
(32.2)
1.62
(41.2)
0.708
(18.0)
0.354
(9.0)
0.20
(5.08)
0.50
(12.7)
0.157 DIA
(4.0)
14.17
(360.0)
Flat Down
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
1.97
(50.0)
Direction of Feed
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Packing Options
TO-92 Type 70 Ammo Pack (AP) Radial Leaded
Meets all EIA-468-B 1994 Standards
0.25
(6.35)
0.50
(12.7)
1.62
(41.2)
MAX
0.236
(6.0)
0.708
(18.0)
0.02 (0.5)
0.125 (3.2) MAX
1.27
(32.2)
0.354
(9.0)
0.50
(12.7)
0.157
(4.0) DIA
0.20 (5.08)
Flat down
d
n of Fee
Directio
25 Devices per fold
1.85
(47.0)
12.2
(310.0)
1.85
(47.0)
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
13.3
(338.0)
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TO-202 Type 2 Reel Pack (RP)
Meets all EIA-468-B 1994 Standards
0.02 (0.5)
0.236
(6.0)
1.33
(33.8)
0.708
(18.0)
0.63
(16.0)
0.354
(9.0)
0.5
(12.7)
0.1 (2.54)
0.2 (5.08)
MT1 / Cathode
0.157
(4.0) DIA
Gate
MT2 / Anode
14.17
(360.0)
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
1.97
(50.0)
Direction of Feed
Reel Pack (RP) for TO-252 Embossed Carrier
Meets all EIA-481-2 Standards
*
* Cover tape
0.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
0.315
(8.0)
0.059
DIA
(1.5)
MT1 / Cathode
XXXXXX
0.524
(13.3)
DC
0.63
(16.0)
DC
Gate
DC
0.157
(4.0)
MT2 / Anode
12.99
(330.0)
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.64
(16.3)
Direction of Feed
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Packing Options
TO-263 Embossed Carrier Reel Pack (RP)
Meets all EIA-481-2 Standards
0.63
(16.0)
0.157
(4.0)
Gate
0.059
DIA
(1.5)
MT1 / Cathode
0.945
(24.0)
0.827
(21.0)
*
* Cover tape
MT2 / Anode
12.99
(330.0)
0.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
1.01
(25.7)
Direction of Feed
DO-214 Embossed Carrier Reel Pack (RP)
Meets all EIA-481-1 Standards
0.157
(4.0)
0.472
(12.0)
0.36
(9.2)
0.315
(8.0)
0.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
0.059
DIA
(1.5)
Cover tape
12.99
(330.0)
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.49
(12.4)
Direction of Feed
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Compak Embossed Carrier Reel Pack (RP)
Meets all EIA-481-1 Standards
0.157
(4.0)
0.47
(12.0)
Anode / MT2
0.36
(9.2)
8.0
0.315
(8.0)
Gate
0.059
DIA
(1.5)
Cathode / MT1
Cover tape
12.99
(330.0)
0.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.49
(12.4)
Direction of Feed
DO-15X and DO-35 Reel Pack (RP)
Meets all EIA RS-296 Standards
DO-15X
DO-35
2.063
(52.4)
2.063
(52.4)
0.956
(24.3)
0.898
(22.8)
0.252
(6.4)
0.252
(6.4)
0.197
(5.0)
0.197
(5.0)
10.0 - 14.0
(254.0 - 356.0)
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
3.15 (80.0) TYP
Direction of Feed
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Application Notes
Fundamental Characteristics of Thyristors - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Gating, Latching, and Holding of SCRs and Triacs - - - - - - - - - - - - Phase Control Using Thyristors- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mounting and Handling of Semiconductor Devices - - - - - - - - - - - - Surface Mount Soldering Recommendations - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Testing Teccor Semiconductor Devices Using Curve Tracers - - - - Thyristors Used as AC Static Switches and Relays- - - - - - - - - - - - Explanation of Maximum Ratings and Characteristics for Thyristors Miscellaneous Design Tips and Facts - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Thyristors for Ignition of Fluorescent Lamps - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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AN1001
AN1002
AN1003
AN1004
AN1005
AN1006
AN1007
AN1008
AN1009
AN1010
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AN1001
Fundamental Characteristics of Thyristors
Introduction
SCR
The connections between the two transistors trigger the occurrence of regenerative action when a proper gate signal is applied
to the base of the NPN transistor. Normal leakage current is so
low that the combined hFE of the specially coupled two-transistor
feedback amplifier is less than unity, thus keeping the circuit in
an off-state condition. A momentary positive pulse applied to the
gate biases the NPN transistor into conduction which, in turn,
biases the PNP transistor into conduction. The effective hFE
momentarily becomes greater than unity so that the specially
coupled transistors saturate. Once saturated, current through the
transistors is enough to keep the combined hFE greater than
unity. The circuit remains “on” until it is “turned off” by reducing
the anode-to-cathode current (IT) so that the combined hFE is less
than unity and regeneration ceases. This threshold anode current
is the holding current of the SCR.
Basic Operation
Geometric Construction
Figure AN1001.1 shows the simple block construction of an SCR.
Figure AN1001.3 shows cross-sectional views of an SCR chip
and illustrations of current flow and junction biasing in both the
blocking and triggering modes.
The thyristor family of semiconductors consists of several very
useful devices. The most widely used of this family are silicon
controlled rectifiers (SCRs), triacs, sidacs, and diacs. In many
applications these devices perform key functions and are real
assets in meeting environmental, speed, and reliability specifications which their electro-mechanical counterparts cannot fulfill.
This application note presents the basic fundamentals of SCR,
triac, sidac, and diac thyristors so the user understands how they
differ in characteristics and parameters from their electromechanical counterparts. Also, thyristor terminology is defined.
Anode
Anode
P
N
Gate
P
J1
J3
Gate
N
Cathode
Block Construction
Schematic Symbol
N
P
(+)
Anode
SCR Block Construction
The operation of a PNPN device can best be visualized as a specially coupled pair of transistors as shown in Figure AN1001.2.
Anode
Load
Anode
J1
N
N
Gate
P
J3
P
P
Reverse Biased
Junction
(-)
Anode
Cathode
Reverse Bias
Figure AN1001.2
Two-transistor Block
Construction Equivalent
Coupled Pair of Transistors as a SCR
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(+)
N
N
Two-transistor
Schematic
Cathode
Reverse Biased
Gate Junction
J2
N
Cathode
N
P
N
J2
Equivalent Diode
Relationship
Cathode
(+)
Gate
P
N
(+)
Anode
IT
Forward Bias and Current Flow
P
P
Gate
Cathode
(-)
Forward
Blocking
Junction
N
P
Cathode
Figure AN1001.1
Cathode
(-)
Gate
(+) IGT
J2
Figure AN1001.3
AN1001 - 1
(-)
Anode
Equivalent Diode
Relationship
Cross-sectional View of SCR Chip
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Application Notes
Triac
Geometric Construction
Basic Operation
Figure AN1001.6 show simplified cross-sectional views of a triac
chip in various gating quadrants and blocking modes.
Figure AN1001.4 shows the simple block construction of a triac.
Its primary function is to control power bilaterally in an AC circuit.
MT1(-)
GATE(+)
IGT
N
Main
Terminal 2
(MT2)
P
P
N
N
N
Main
Terminal 1
(MT1)
N
N
P
N
Gate
P
IT
MT2
Block Construction
MT1(-)
N
MT2(+)
QUADRANT I
MT1(-)
GATE(-)
IGT
N
N
Gate
Blocking
Junction
P
MT2(+)
N
P
MT1
Schematic Symbol
Figure AN1001.4
Equivalent Diode
Relationship
N
MT2(+)
QUADRANT II
Triac Block Construction
Operation of a triac can be related to two SCRs connected in parallel in opposite directions as shown in Figure AN1001.5.
MT1(+)
GATE(-)
IGT
Although the gates are shown separately for each SCR, a triac
has a single gate and can be triggered by either polarity.
N
N
P
N
P
N
MT2(-)
IT
MT1
MT1(+)
QUADRANT III
MT1(+)
GATE(+)
IGT
N
N
Blocking
Junction
P
N
P
MT2(-)
MT2
Figure AN1001.5
MT2(-)
IT
Equivalent Diode
Relationship
QUADRANT IV
SCRs Connected as a Triac
Since a triac operates in both directions, it behaves essentially
the same in either direction as an SCR would behave in the forward direction (blocking or operating).
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Figure AN1001.6
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Sidac
Diac
Basic Operation
Basic Operation
The sidac is a multi-layer silicon semiconductor switch. Figure
AN1001.7 illustrates its equivalent block construction using two
Shockley diodes connected inverse parallel. Figure AN1001.7
also shows the schematic symbol for the sidac.
The construction of a diac is similar to an open base NPN transistor. Figure AN1001.9 shows a simple block construction of a
diac and its schematic symbol.
MT1
MT1
N
N
P
MT2
MT2
MT1
MT1
Block Construction
N2
P3
P1
Figure AN1001.9
N2
The bidirectional transistor-like structure exhibits a high-impedance blocking state up to a voltage breakover point (V BO) above
which the device enters a negative-resistance region. These
basic diac characteristics produce a bidirectional pulsing oscillator in a resistor-capacitor AC circuit. Since the diac is a bidirectional device, it makes a good economical trigger for firing triacs
in phase control circuits such as light dimmers and motor speed
controls. Figure AN1001.10 shows a simplified AC circuit using a
diac and a triac in a phase control application.
P3
N4
N4
P5
MT2
MT2
Equivalent Diode Relationship
Figure AN1001.7
Schematic Symbol
Schematic Symbol
Sidac Block Construction
The sidac operates as a bidirectional switch activated by voltage.
In the off state, the sidac exhibits leakage currents (IDRM) less
than 5 µA. As applied voltage exceeds the sidac VBO, the device
begins to enter a negative resistance switching mode with characteristics similar to an avalanche diode. When supplied with
enough current (IS), the sidac switches to an on state, allowing
high current to flow. When it switches to on state, the voltage
across the device drops to less than 5 V, depending on magnitude of the current flow. When the sidac switches on and drops
into regeneration, it remains on as long as holding current is less
than maximum value (150 mA, typical value of 30 mA to 65 mA).
The switching current (IS) is very near the holding current (IH)
value. When the sidac switches, currents of 10 A to 100 A are
easily developed by discharging small capacitor into primary or
small, very high-voltage transformers for 10 µs to 20 µs.
Diac Block Construction
Load
Figure AN1001.10
AC Phase Control Circuit
Geometric Construction
The main application for sidacs is ignition circuits or inexpensive
high voltage power supplies.
MT1
Geometric Construction
MT1
N
P
N
MT1
MT2
Cross-section of Chip
P1
N2
P3
Figure AN1001.11
MT2
Equivalent Diode
Relationship
Cross-sectional View of Diac Chip
N4
P5
MT2
Figure AN1001.8
Cross-sectional View of a Bidirectional Sidac Chip
with Multi-layer Construction
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Electrical Characteristic Curves of Thyristors
+I
+I
IT
Voltage Drop (VT) at
Specified Current (iT)
IH
RS
Latching Current (IL)
IS
Reverse Leakage
Current - (IRRM) at
Specified VRRM
Off - State Leakage
Current - (IDRM) at
Specified VDRM
-V
IDRM
-V
Minimum Holding
Current (IH)
IBO
+V
+V
RS =
Specified Minimum
Off - State
Blocking
Voltage (VDRM)
Specified Minimum
Reverse Blocking
Voltage (VRRM)
VT
(VBO - VS)
VBO
VS
VDRM
(IS - IBO)
-I
Reverse
Breakdown
Voltage
Figure AN1001.12
Forward
Breakover
Voltage
-I
Figure AN1001.15
V-I Characteristics of SCR Device
Methods of Switching on Thyristors
Three general methods are available for switching thyristors to
on-state condition:
+I
Voltage Drop (VT) at
Specified Current (iT)
Latching Current (IL)
Off-state Leakage
Current – (IDRM) at
Specified VDRM
Minimum Holding
Current (IH)
-V
+V
Specified Minimum
Off-state
Blocking
Voltage (VDRM)
-I
Figure AN1001.13
V-I Characteristics of a Sidac Chip
Breakover
Voltage
•
Application of gate signal
•
Static dv/dt turn-on
•
Voltage breakover turn-on
Application Of Gate Signal
Gate signal must exceed IGT and VGT requirements of the thyristor
used. For an SCR (unilateral device), this signal must be positive
with respect to the cathode polarity. A triac (bilateral device) can
be turned on with gate signal of either polarity; however, different
polarities have different requirements of IGT and VGT which must
be satisfied. Since diacs and sidacs do not have a gate, this
method of turn-on is not applicable. In fact, the single major
application of diacs is to switch on triacs.
Static dv/dt Turn-on
V-I Characteristics of Triac Device
Static dv/dt turn-on comes from a fast-rising voltage applied
across the anode and cathode terminals of an SCR or the main
terminals of a triac. Due to the nature of thyristor construction, a
small junction capacitor is formed across each PN junction.
Figure AN1001.16 shows how typical internal capacitors are
linked in gated thyristors.
+I
∆V
10 mA
Breakover
Current
IBO
-V
+V
Breakover
Voltage
VBO
Figure AN1001.16
Internal Capacitors Linked in Gated Thyristors
-I
Figure AN1001.14
V-I Characteristics of Bilateral Trigger Diac
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modes are Quadrants II and III where the gate has a negative
polarity supply with an AC main terminal supply. Typically, Quadrant II is approximately equal in gate sensitivity to Quadrant I;
however, latching current sensitivity in Quadrant II is lowest.
Therefore, it is difficult for triacs to latch on in Quadrant II when
the main terminal current supply is very low in value.
When voltage is impressed suddenly across a PN junction, a
charging current flows, equal to:
dv
i = C æ ------ö
è dt ø
dv
When C æ ------ö becomes greater or equal to thyristor IGT,
è dt ø
the thyristor switches on. Normally, this type of turn-on does not
damage the device, providing the surge current is limited.
Special consideration should be given to gating circuit design
when Quadrants I and IV are used in actual application, because
Quadrant IV has the lowest gate sensitivity of all four operating
quadrants.
Generally, thyristor application circuits are designed with static
dv/dt snubber networks if fast-rising voltages are anticipated.
General Terminology
Voltage Breakover Turn-on
This method is used to switch on sidacs and diacs. However,
exceeding voltage breakover of SCRs and triacs is definitely not
recommended as a turn-on method.
In the case of SCRs and triacs, leakage current increases until it
exceeds the gate current required to turn on these gated thyristors in a small localized point. When turn-on occurs by this
method, localized heating in a small area may melt the silicon or
damage the device if di/dt of the increasing current is not sufficiently limited.
Diacs used in typical phase control circuits are basically protected against excessive current at breakover as long as the firing capacitor is not excessively large. When diacs are used in a
zener function, current limiting is necessary.
Sidacs are typically pulse-firing, high-voltage transformers and
are current limited by the transformer primary. The sidac should
be operated so peak current amplitude, current duration, and
di/dt limits are not exceeded.
Triacs can be gated in four basic gating modes as shown in
Figure AN1001.17.
(-)
+
IGT
GATE
(+)
IGT
(-)
(+)
MT1
REF
-
+
Breakover Current (IBO) – Principal current at the breakover
point
IGT
MT2
Breakover Voltage (VBO) – Principal voltage at the breakover
point
IGT
GATE
MT2 NEGATIVE
(Negative Half Cycle)
Circuit-commutated Turn-off Time (tq) – Time interval between
the instant when the principal current has decreased to zero after
external switching of the principal voltage circuit and the instant
when the thyristor is capable of supporting a specified principal
voltage without turning on
MT1
REF
NOTE: Alternistors will not operate in Q IV
Figure AN1001.17
Gating Modes
The most common quadrants for triac gating-on are Quadrants I
and III, where the gate supply is synchronized with the main terminal supply (gate positive — MT2 positive, gate negative —
MT2 negative). Gate sensitivity of triacs is most optimum in
Quadrants I and III due to the inherent thyristor chip construction.
If Quadrants I and III cannot be used, the next best operating
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(1) In the case of reverse blocking thyristors, the principal voltage is called positive when the anode potential is higher than
the cathode potential and negative when the anode potential
is lower than the cathode potential.
(2) For bidirectional thyristors, the principal voltage is called
positive when the potential of main terminal 2 is higher than
the potential of main terminal 1.
Average Gate Power Dissipation [PG(AV)] – Value of gate power
which may be dissipated between the gate and main terminal 1
(or cathode) averaged over a full cycle
MT1
IGT
GATE
Principal Voltage – Voltage between the main terminals:
Specific Terminology
REF
QII QI
QIII QIV
MT2
MT2
IGT
GATE
MT1
REF
Principal Current – Generic term for the current through the collector junction (the current through main terminal 1 and main terminal 2 of a triac or anode and cathode of an SCR)
On State – Condition of the thyristor corresponding to the lowresistance, low-voltage portion of the principal voltage-current
characteristic in the switching quadrant(s).
ALL POLARITIES ARE REFERENCED TO MT1
MT2 POSITIVE
(Positive Half Cycle)
Breakover Point – Any point on the principal voltage-current
characteristic for which the differential resistance is zero and
where the principal voltage reaches a maximum value
Off State – Condition of the thyristor corresponding to the highresistance, low-current portion of the principal voltage-current
characteristic between the origin and the breakover point(s) in
the switching quadrant(s)
Triac Gating Modes Of Operation
MT2
The following definitions of the most widely-used thyristor terms,
symbols, and definitions conform to existing EIA-JEDEC standards:
Critical Rate-of-rise of Commutation Voltage of a Triac
(Commutating dv/dt) – Minimum value of the rate-of-rise of principal voltage which will cause switching from the off state to the
on state immediately following on-state current conduction in the
opposite quadrant
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Critical Rate-of-rise of Off-state Voltage or Static dv/dt
(dv/dt) – Minimum value of the rate-of-rise of principal voltage
which will cause switching from the off state to the on state
Critical Rate-of-rise of On-state Current (di/dt) – Maximum
value of the rate-of-rise of on-state current that a thyristor can
withstand without harmful effect
Gate-controlled Turn-on Time (tgt) – Time interval between a
specified point at the beginning of the gate pulse and the instant
when the principal voltage (current) has dropped to a specified
low value (or risen to a specified high value) during switching of a
thyristor from off state to the on state by a gate pulse.
Gate Trigger Current (IGT) – Minimum gate current required to
maintain the thyristor in the on state
Gate Trigger Voltage (VGT) – Gate voltage required to produce
the gate trigger current
Holding Current (IH) – Minimum principal current required to
maintain the thyristor in the on state
Latching Current (IL) – Minimum principal current required to
maintain the thyristor in the on state immediately after the switching from off state to on state has occurred and the triggering signal has been removed
On-state Current (IT) – Principal current when the thyristor is in
the on state
On-state Voltage (VT) – Principal voltage when the thyristor is in
the on state
Peak Gate Power Dissipation (PGM) – Maximum power which
may be dissipated between the gate and main terminal 1 (or
cathode) for a specified time duration
Repetitive Peak Off-state Current (IDRM) – Maximum instantaneous value of the off-state current that results from the application of repetitive peak off-state voltage
Repetitive Peak Off-state Voltage (VDRM) – Maximum instantaneous value of the off-state voltage which occurs across a thyristor, including all repetitive transient voltages and excluding all
non-repetitive transient voltages
Repetitive Peak Reverse Current of an SCR (IRRM) – Maximum
instantaneous value of the reverse current resulting from the
application of repetitive peak reverse voltage
Repetitive Peak Reverse Voltage of an SCR (VRRM) – Maximum
instantaneous value of the reverse voltage which occurs across
the thyristor, including all repetitive transient voltages and excluding all non-repetitive transient voltages
Surge (Non-repetitive) On-state Current (ITSM) – On-state current of short-time duration and specified waveshape
Thermal Resistance, Junction to Ambient (RθJA) – Temperature
difference between the thyristor junction and ambient divided by
the power dissipation causing the temperature difference under
conditions of thermal equilibrium
Note: Ambient is the point at which temperature does not change
as the result of dissipation.
Thermal Resistance, Junction to Case (RθJC) – Temperature difference between the thyristor junction and the thyristor case
divided by the power dissipation causing the temperature difference under conditions of thermal equilibrium
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Gating, Latching, and Holding of SCRs and Triacs
Introduction
Gating, latching, and holding currents of thyristors are some of
the most important parameters. These parameters and their
interrelationship determine whether the SCRs and triacs will
function properly in various circuit applications.
Triacs (bilateral devices) can be gated on with a gate signal of
either polarity with respect to the MT1 terminal; however, different polarities have different requirements of IGT and V GT.
Figure AN1002.2 illustrates current flow through the triac chip in
various gating modes.
This application note describes how the SCR and triac parameters are related. This knowledge helps users select best operating modes for various circuit applications.
MT1(-)
Gate(+)
IGT
N
Gating of SCRs and Triacs
N
QUADRANT I
Three general methods are available to switch thyristors to
on-state condition:
N
P
IT
•
Applying proper gate signal
•
Exceeding thyristor static dv/dt characteristics
•
Exceeding voltage breakover point
P
N
MT2(+)
MT1(-)
Gate(-)
IGT
This application note examines only the application of proper
gate signal. Gate signal must exceed the IGT and VGT requirements of the thyristor being used. IGT (gate trigger current) is the
minimum gate current required to switch a thyristor from the off
state to the on state. VGT (gate trigger voltage) is the voltage
required to produce the gate trigger current.
N
N
P
QUADRANT II
N
P
N
MT2(+)
SCRs (unilateral devices) require a positive gate signal with
respect to the cathode polarity. Figure AN1002.1 shows the current flow in a cross-sectional view of the SCR chip.
MT1(+)
Gate(-)
Gate
(+) I
GT
IGT
Cathode
(-)
N
N
N
P
N
MT2(-)
IT
MT1(+)
N
N
QUADRANT IV
SCR Current Flow
In order for the SCR to latch on, the anode-to-cathode current (IT)
must exceed the latching current (IL) requirement. Once latched
on, the SCR remains on until it is turned off when anode-to-cathode current drops below holding current (IH) requirement.
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P
Gate(+)
IGT
(+) I
T
Anode
Figure AN1002.1
P
QUADRANT III
N
P
N
N
P
N
MT2(-)
Figure AN1002.2
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P
IT
Triac Current Flow (Four Operating Modes)
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Special consideration should be given to gating circuit design
when Quadrants I and IV are used in actual application, because
Quadrant IV has the lowest gate sensitivity of all four operating
quadrants.
MT2
(-)
+
IGT
GATE
(+)
IGT
(-)
IGT
GATE
(+)
MT1
REF
REF
+
IGT
-
REF
Definition of Operating Quadrants in Triacs
Figure AN1002.4
+100
Typical DC Gate Trigger Current versus Case
Temperature
For applications where low temperatures are expected, gate current supply should be increased to at least two to eight times the
gate trigger current requirements at 25 °C. The actual factor varies by thyristor type and the environmental temperature.
I GT ( In given Quadrant )
----------------------------------------------------------------------------I GT ( Quadrant 1 )
In the illustrations in Figure AN1002.5, the thyristor does not stay
on after gate drive is removed due to insufficient available principal current (which is lower than the latching current requirement).
at 25 °C
Gate Pulse
(Gate Drive to Thyristor)
Operating Mode
Quadrant I
Quadrant II
Quadrant III
Quadrant IV
1
1.6
2.5
2.7
1
1.5
1.4
3.1
Time
Latching
Current
Requirement
Example of 4 A triac:
If IGT(I) = 10 mA, then
IGT(II) = 16 mA
IGT(III) = 25 mA
IGT(IV) = 27 mA
Gate trigger current is temperature-dependent as shown in
Figure AN1002.4. Thyristors become less sensitive with
decreasing temperature and more sensitive with increasing
temperature.
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Latching current (IL) is the minimum principal current required to
maintain the thyristor in the on state immediately after the switching from off state to on state has occurred and the triggering signal has been removed. Latching current can best be understood
by relating to the “pick-up” or “pull-in” level of a mechanical relay.
Figure AN1002.5 and Figure AN1002.6 illustrate typical thyristor
latching phenomenon.
MT1
The following table shows the relationships between different
gating modes in current required to gate on triacs.
Type
4 A Triac
10 A Triac
+25
Latching Current of SCRs and Triacs
IGT
GATE
MT2 NEGATIVE
(Negative Half Cycle)
Typical Ratio of
-15
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
MT2
NOTE: Alternistors will not operate in Q IV
Figure AN1002.3
-40
In applications where high di/dt, high surge, and fast turn-on are
expected, gate drive current should be steep rising (1 µs rise
time) and at least twice rated IGT or higher with minimum 3 µs
pulse duration. However, if gate drive current magnitude is very
high, then duration may have to be limited to keep from overstressing (exceeding the power dissipation limit of) gate junction.
MT1
MT2
.5
If I GT(I) = 10 mA at 25 °C, then
IGT(I) = 20 mA at -40 °C
IGT
GATE
QII QI
QIII QIV
1.0
0
MT2
MT1
REF
1.5
Example of a 10 A triac:
ALL POLARITIES ARE REFERENCED TO MT1
MT2 POSITIVE
(Positive Half Cycle)
2.0
IGT
Ratio of I (T = 25˚C)
GT C
Triacs can be gated on in one of four basic gating modes as
shown in Figure AN1002.3. The most common quadrants for
gating on triacs are Quadrants I and III, where the gate supply is
synchronized with the main terminal supply (gate positive — MT2
positive, gate negative — MT2 negative). Optimum triac gate
sensitivity is achieved when operating in Quadrants I and III due
to the inherent thyristor chip construction. If Quadrants I and III
cannot be used, the next best operating modes are Quadrants II
and III where the gate supply has a negative polarity with an AC
main terminal supply. Typically, Quadrant II is approximately
equal in gate sensitivity to Quadrant I; however, latching current
sensitivity in Quadrant II is lowest. Therefore, it is difficult for
triacs to latch on in Quadrant II when the main terminal current
supply is very low in value.
Principal
Current
Through
Thyristor
Zero
Crossing Point
Time
Figure AN1002.5
Latching Characteristic of Thyristor (Device Not
Latched)
In the illustration in Figure AN1002.6 the device stays on for the
remainder of the half cycle until the principal current falls below
the holding current level. Figure AN1002.5 shows the characteristics of the same device if gate drive is removed or shortened
before latching current requirement has been met.
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Gate
Drive
to Thyristor
Holding current modes of the thyristor are strictly related to the
voltage polarity across the main terminals. The following table
illustrates how the positive and negative holding current modes
of triacs relate to each other.
Gate Pulse
Time
Typical Triac Holding Current Ratio
Operating Mode
Zero Crossing Point
Time
Figure AN1002.6
I ( In given Quadrant )
L
Typical Ratio of ----------------------------------------------------------------------- at 25 °C
I ( Quadrant 1 )
L
Operating Mode
Quadrant I
Quadrant II
Quadrant III
Quadrant IV
1
4
1.2
1.1
1
4
1.1
1
IH(-)
1.1
1
1.3
If I H(+) = 10 mA, then
IH(-) = 13 mA
Holding current is also temperature-dependent like gating and
latching shown in Figure AN1002.7. The initial on-state current is
200 mA to ensure that the thyristor is fully latched on prior to
holding current measurement. Again, applications with low temperature requirements should have sufficient principal (anode)
current available to maintain the thyristor in the on-state condition.
Both minimum and maximum holding current specifications may
be important, depending on application. Maximum holding current must be considered if the thyristor is to stay in conduction at
low principal (anode) current; the minimum holding current must
be considered if the device is expected to turn off at a low principal (anode) current.
2.0
Example of a 4 Amp Triac:
INITIAL ON-STATE CURRENT = 200 mA dc
Latching current has even somewhat greater temperature dependence compared to the DC gate trigger current. Applications with
low temperature requirements should have sufficient principal
current (anode current) available to ensure thyristor latch-on.
Two key test conditions on latching current specifications are
gate drive and available principal (anode) current durations.
Shortening the gate drive duration can result in higher latching
current values.
1.5
1.0
Ratio of
IH
If IL(I) = 10 mA, then
IL(II) = 40 mA
IL(III) = 12 mA
IL(IV) = 11 mA
.5
0
-40
-15
+25
+65
+100
Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
Figure AN1002.7
Typical DC Holding Current vs Case Temperatures
Example of a 10 A triac:
Holding Current of SCRs and Triacs
Holding current (IH) is the minimum principal current required to
maintain the thyristor in the on state. Holding current can best be
understood by relating it to the “drop-out” or “must release” level
of a mechanical relay. Figure AN1002.6 shows the sequences of
gate, latching, and holding currents. Holding current will always
be less than latching. However, the more sensitive the device,
the closer the holding current value approaches its latching current value.
Holding current is independent of gating and latching, but the
device must be fully latched on before a holding current limit can
be determined.
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IH(+)
1
Example of a 10 A triac:
Latching and Holding Characteristics of Thyristor
Similar to gating, latching current requirements for triacs are different for each operating mode (quadrant). Definitions of latching
modes (quadrants) are the same as gating modes. Therefore,
definitions shown in Figure AN1002.2 and Figure AN1002.3 can
be used to describe latching modes (quadrants) as well. The following table shows how different latching modes (quadrants)
relate to each other. As previously stated, Quadrant II has the
lowest latching current sensitivity of all four operating quadrants.
Type
4 A Triac
10 A Triac
Type
4 A Triac
10 A Triac
Holding Current Point
IH (TC = 25 ˚C)
Principal
Current
Through
Thyristor
Latching
Current
Point
If I H(+) = 10 mA at 25 °C, then
IH(+) ≈ 7.5 mA at 65 °C
Relationship of Gating, Latching, and
Holding Currents
Although gating, latching, and holding currents are independent
of each other in some ways, the parameter values are related. If
gating is very sensitive, latching and holding will also be very
sensitive and vice versa. One way to obtain a sensitive gate and
not-so-sensitive latching-holding characteristic is to have an
“amplified gate” as shown in Figure AN1002.8.
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The following table and Figure AN1002.9 show the relationship of
gating, latching, and holding of a 4 A device.
*
A
Sensitive
SCR
Power
SCR
K
G
Typical 4 A Triac Gating, Latching,
and Holding Relationship
Quadrants or Operating Mode
A
K
Parameter
IGT (mA)
Quadrant I
Quadrant II
Quadrant III
10
17
18
27
IL (mA)
12
48
12
13
IH (mA)
10
10
12
12
G
Quadrant IV
*
MT2
MT2
Sensitive
Triac
Power
Triac
MT1
G
MT1
G
*
Resistor is provided for limiting gate
current (IGTM) peaks to power device.
Figure AN1002.8
“Amplified Gate” Thyristor Circuit
(mA)
IH(+)
20
QUADRANT II
QUADRANT I
IGT (Solid Line)
IL (Dotted Line)
10
(mA)
50
40
30
20
10
0
10
20
30
40
10
20
QUADRANT III
Figure AN1002.9
QUADRANT IV
IH(–)
Typical Gating, Latching, and Holding Relationships of 4 A Triac at 25 °C
The relationships of gating, latching, and holding for several
device types are shown in the following table. For convenience
all ratios are referenced to Quadrant I gating.
Typical Ratio of Gating, Latching, and Holding Currents at 25 °C
Ratio
Devices
4 A Triac
10 A Triac
15 A Alternistor
1 A Sensitive SCR
6 A SCR
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I GT ( II )
----------------I GT ( I )
I GT ( III )
------------------I GT ( I )
I GT ( IV )
-------------------I GT ( I )
IL ( I )
--------------I GT ( I )
I L ( II )
--------------I GT ( I )
I L ( III )
--------------I GT ( I )
I L ( IV )
--------------I GT ( I )
IH ( + )
--------------I GT ( I )
I H (-)
--------------I GT ( I )
1.6
2.5
2.7
1.2
4.8
1.2
1.3
1.0
1.2
1.5
1.4
3.1
1.6
4.0
1.8
2.0
1.1
1.6
1.5
1.8
–
2.4
7.0
2.1
–
2.2
1.9
–
–
–
25
–
–
–
25
–
–
–
–
3.2
–
–
–
2.6
–
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Examples of a 10 A triac:
If IGT(I) = 10 mA, then
IGT(II) = 15 mA
IGT(III) = 14 mA
IGT(IV) = 31 mA
If IL(I) = 16 mA, then
IL(II) = 40 mA
IL(III) = 18 mA
IL(IV) = 20 mA
If IH(+) = 11 mA at 25 °C, then
IH(+) = 16 mA
Summary
Gating, latching, and holding current characteristics of thyristors
are quite important yet predictable (once a single parameter
value is known). Their interrelationships (ratios) can also be used
to help designers in both initial circuit application design as well
as device selection.
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Phase Control Using Thyristors
Introduction
Due to high-volume production techniques, thyristors are now
priced so that almost any electrical product can benefit from electronic control. A look at the fundamentals of SCR and triac phase
controls shows how this is possible.
It is important to note that the circuit current is determined by the
load and power source. For simplification, assume the load is
resistive; that is, both the voltage and current waveforms are
identical.
Full-wave Rectified Operation
Voltage Applied to Load
Output Power Characteristics
Phase control is the most common form of thyristor power control. The thyristor is held in the off condition — that is, all current
flow in the circuit is blocked by the thyristor except a minute leakage current. Then the thyristor is triggered into an “on” condition
by the control circuitry.
For full-wave AC control, a single triac or two SCRs connected in
inverse parallel may be used. One of two methods may be used
for full-wave DC control — a bridge rectifier formed by two SCRs
or an SCR placed in series with a diode bridge as shown in
Figure AN1003.1.
Control
Circuit
Delay (Triggering) Angle
Conduction Angle
Figure AN1003.2
Sine Wave Showing Principles of Phase Control
Different loads respond to different characteristics of the AC
waveform. For example, some are sensitive to average voltage,
some to RMS voltage, and others to peak voltage. Various voltage characteristics are plotted against conduction angle for
half- and full-wave phase control circuits in Figure AN1003.3
and Figure AN1003.4.
Control
Circuit
Line
Load
Line
Two SCR AC Control
Line
Load
Triac AC Control
Line
Control
Circuit
Control
Circuit
Load
One SCR DC Control
Figure AN1003.1
Load
Two SCR DC Control
SCR/Triac Connections for Various Methods of
Phase Control
Figure AN1003.2 illustrates voltage waveform and shows common terms used to describe thyristor operation. Delay angle is
the time during which the thyristor blocks the line voltage. The
conduction angle is the time during which the thyristor is on.
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phase angle. Thus, a 180° conduction angle in a half-wave circuit
provides 0.5 x full-wave conduction power.
In a full-wave circuit, a conduction angle of 150° provides 97%
full power while a conduction angle of 30° provides only 3% of full
power control. Therefore, it is usually pointless to obtain conduction angles less than 30° or greater than 150°.
θ
HALF WAVE
1.8
Figure AN1003.5 and Figure AN1003.6 give convenient direct
output voltage readings for 115 V/230 V input voltage. These
curves also apply to current in a resistive circuit.
Normalized Sine Wave RMS Voltage Power
as Fraction of Full Conduction
1.6
Peak Voltage
1.4
1.2
RMS
0.8
θ
HALF WAVE
Input
Voltage
230 V 115 V
1.0
360 180
Power
320 160
0.6
Peak Voltage
280 140
0.4
240 120
Output Voltage
0.2
AVG
0
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160 180
Conduction Angle (θ)
Figure AN1003.3
200 100
RMS
160
80
120
60
80
40
40
20
0
0
Half-Wave Phase Control (Sinusoidal)
AVG
θ
FULL WAVE
θ
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160 180
Conduction Angle (θ)
Figure AN1003.5
1.8
Output Voltage of Half-wave Phase
1.6
θ
FULL WAVE
Input
Voltage
230 V 115 V
360 180
1.2
RMS
1.0
θ
Power
320 160
0.8
Peak Voltage
280 140
0.6
240 120
0.4
Output Voltage
Normal Sine Wave RMS Voltage Power
as Fraction of Full Conduction
Peak Voltage
1.4
AVG
0.2
0
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160 180
RMS
200 100
160
80
AVG
120
60
80
40
40
20
0
0
Conduction Angle (θ)
Figure AN1003.4
Symmetrical Full-Wave Phase Control (Sinusoidal)
Figure AN1003.3 and Figure AN1003.4 also show the relative
power curve for constant impedance loads such as heaters.
Because the relative impedance of incandescent lamps and
motors change with applied voltage, they do not follow this curve
precisely. To use the curves, find the full-wave rated power of the
load, and then multiply by the ratio associated with the specific
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20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160 180
Conduction Angle (θ)
Figure AN1003.6
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AN1003
Control Characteristics
A relaxation oscillator is the simplest and most common control
circuit for phase control. Figure AN1003.7 illustrates this circuit
as it would be used with a thyristor. Turn-on of the thyristor
occurs when the capacitor is charged through the resistor from a
voltage or current source until the breakover voltage of the
switching device is reached. Then, the switching device changes
to its on state, and the capacitor is discharged through the thyristor gate. Trigger devices used are neon bulbs, unijunction transistors, and three-, four-, or five-layer semiconductor trigger
devices. Phase control of the output waveform is obtained by
varying the RC time constant of the charging circuit so the trigger
device breakdown occurs at different phase angles within the
controlled half or full cycle.
Switching
Device
R
Voltage
or
Current
Source
SCR
Triac
C
Upon final selection of the capacitor, the curve shown in Figure
AN1003.8 can be used in determining the charging resistance
needed to obtain the desired control characteristics.
Many circuits begin each half-cycle with the capacitor voltage at
or near zero. However, most circuits leave a relatively large
residual voltage on the capacitor after discharge. Therefore, the
charging resistor must be determined on the basis of additional
charge necessary to raise the capacitor to trigger potential.
For example, assume that we want to trigger an S2010L SCR
with a 32 V trigger diac. A 0.1 µF capacitor will supply the necessary SCR gate current with the trigger diac. Assume a 50 V dc
power supply, 30° minimum conduction angle, and 150° maximum conduction angle with a 60 Hz input power source. At
approximately 32 V, the diac triggers leaving 0.66 VBO of diac
voltage on the capacitor. In order for diac to trigger, 22 V must be
added to the capacitor potential, and 40 V additional (50-10) are
available. The capacitor must be charged to 22/40 or 0.55 of the
available charging voltage in the desired time. Looking at Figure
AN1003.8, 0.55 of charging voltage represents 0.8 time constant.
The 30° conduction angle required that the firing pulse be
delayed 150° or 6.92 ms. (The period of 1/2 cycle at 60 Hz is
8.33 ms.) To obtain this time delay:
6.92 ms = 0.8 RC
RC = 8.68 ms
if C = 0.10 µF
Figure AN1003.7
Relaxation Oscillator Thyristor Trigger Circuit
Figure AN1003.8 shows the capacitor voltage-time characteristic
if the relaxation oscillator is to be operated from a pure DC
source.
then,
)
–3
1.74 ×10
R = --------------------------- = 17,400 Ω
–6
0.1 ×10
0.8
0.7
Using practical values, a 100 k potentiometer with up to 17 k minimum (residual) resistance should be used. Similar calculations
using conduction angles between the maximum and minimum
values will give control resistance versus power characteristic of
this circuit.
0.6
0.5
0.4
(
Capacitor Voltage
Supply Source Voltage
–6
0.1 ×10
(30/180) x 8.33 = 1.39 ms
1.39 ms = 0.8 RC
RC = 1.74 ms
0.9
Ratio of
–3
To obtain the minimum R (150° conduction angle), the delay is
30° or
1.0
Triac Phase Control
0.3
The basic full-wave triac phase control circuit shown in
Figure AN1003.9 requires only four components. Adjustable
resistor R1 and C 1 are a single-element phase-shift network.
When the voltage across C1 reaches breakover voltage (V BO) of
the diac, C1 is partially discharged by the diac into the triac gate.
The triac is then triggered into the conduction mode for the
remainder of that half-cycle. In this circuit, triggering is in Quadrants I and III. The unique simplicity of this circuit makes it suitable for applications with small control range.
0.2
0.1
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Time Constants
Figure AN1003.8
8.68 ×10
R = -------------------------- = 86,000 Ω
Capacitor Charging from DC Source
Usually, the design starting point is the selection of a capacitance
value which will reliably trigger the thyristor when the capacitance
is discharged. Trigger devices and thyristor gate triggering characteristics play a part in the selection. All the device characteristics are not always completely specified in applications, so
experimental determination is sometimes needed.
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Load
R1
Load
Triac
(Q2010L5)
250 k
R4
100
R2
3.3 k
R2
120 V
(60 Hz)
C1
0.1 µF
Figure AN1003.9
The hysteresis (snap back) effect is somewhat similar to the
action of a kerosene lantern. That is, when the control knob is
first rotated from the off condition, the lamp can be lit only at
some intermediate level of brightness, similar to turning up the
wick to light the lantern. Brightness can then be turned down until
it finally reaches the extinguishing point. If this occurs, the lamp
can only be relit by turning up the control knob again to the intermediate level. Figure AN1003.10 illustrates the hysteresis effect
in capacitor-diac triggering. As R1 is brought down from its maximum resistance, the voltage across the capacitor increases until
the diac first fires at point A, at the end of a half-cycle (conduction
angle θi). After the gate pulse, however, the capacitor voltage
drops suddenly to about half the triggering voltage, giving the
capacitor a different initial condition. The capacitor charges to the
diac, triggering voltage at point B in the next half-cycle and giving
a steady-state conduction angle shown as θ for the triac.
Figure AN1003.11
250 k
100 k
Trim
C1
0.1 µF
C2
0.1 µF
Basic Diac-Triac Phase Control
R1
R3
0.1 µF
Diac
HT34B
Triac
(Q2010L5)
68 k
120 V
(60 Hz)
(For Inductive
Loads)
3.3 k
Diac
HT34B
Extended Range Full-wave Phase Control
By using one of the circuits shown in Figure AN1003.12, the hysteresis effect can be eliminated entirely. The circuit (a) resets the
timing capacitor to the same level after each positive half-cycle,
providing a uniform initial condition for the timing capacitor. This
circuit is useful only for resistive loads since the firing angle is not
symmetrical throughout the range. If symmetrical firing is
required, use the circuit (b) shown in Figure AN1003.12.
Load
(a)
R2
R3
3.3 k
R1
250 k
15 k
1/2 W
D1
120 V
(60 Hz)
C1
0.1 µF
D2
Triac
(Q2010L5)
Diac
D1, D2 = 200 V Diodes
AC Line
θ
Diac Triggers at "A"
Load
(b)
R2
R4
R3
[+Diac VBO]
R1
120 V
(60 Hz)
A
B
D1
[–Diac VBO]
Diac Does Not
Trigger at "A"
Capacitor
Voltage
Figure AN1003.10
D2
θi
R1 = 250 k POT
R2, R3 = 15 k, 1/2 W
Relationship of AC Line Voltage and Triggering
Voltage
Figure AN1003.12
In the Figure AN1003.11 illustration, the addition of a second RC
phase-shift network extends the range on control and reduces
the hysteresis effect to a negligible region. This circuit will control
from 5% to 95% of full load power, but is subject to supply voltage variations. When R1 is large, C1 is charged primarily through
R3 from the phase-shifted voltage appearing across C2. This
action provides additional range of phase-shift across C1 and
enables C2 to partially recharge C1 after the diac has triggered,
thus reducing hysteresis. R3 should be adjusted so that the circuit
just drops out of conduction when R1 is brought to maximum
resistance.
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(Q2010L5)
D3
C1
0.1 µF
D4
Diac
R4 = 3.3 k
D1, D2, D3, D4 = 200 V Diodes
Wide-range Hysteresis Free Phase Control
For more complex control functions, particularly closed loop controls, the unijunction transistor may be used for the triggering
device in a ramp and pedestal type of firing circuit as shown in
Figure AN1003.13.
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Ramp
Load
UJT Triggering Level
Cool
Pedestal
R2
3.3 k
C1
Hot
UJT Emitter Voltage
R3 *
100
0
Time
Load
R1
AC
Input
D1
D2
R6
R2
"Gain"
C2
R1
R3
120 V
(60 Hz)
D3
D4
D5
R5
Temp
R4 T
R1, R2 = 2.2 k, 2 W
R3 = 2.2 k, 1/2 W
R4 = Thermistor, approx. 5 k
at operating temperature
R5 = 10 k Potentiometer
R6 = 5 M Potentiometer
R7 = 100 k, 1/2 W
R8 = 1 k, 1/2 W
Figure AN1003.13
R7
D6
Q1
D1
R8
0.1 µF
100 V
Q2
Triac
Q1
Note: L1 and C1 form an
RFI filter that may be eliminated
* dv/dt snubber network
when required
C1
T1
Q1 = 2N2646
Q2 = Q2010L5
T1 = Dale PT 10-101
or equivalent
D1-4 = 200 V Diode
D5 = 20 V Zener
D6 = 100 V Diode
C1 = 0.1 µF, 30 V
AC
Input
Voltage
AC
Load
Current
R1
C1, C3
120 V ac
60 Hz
12 A
250 k
0.1 µF 200 V
100 µH
Q2015L9
240 V ac
50/60 Hz
3A
500 k
0.1 µF 400 V
200 µH
Q4004L4
Figure AN1003.14
Precision Proportional Temperature Control
Several speed control and light dimming (phase) control circuits
have been presented that give details for a complete 120 V application circuit but none for 240 V. Figure AN1003.14 and Figure
AN1003.15 show some standard phase control circuits for 240 V,
60 Hz/50 Hz operation along with 120 V values for comparison.
Even though there is very little difference, there are a few key
things that must be remembered. First, capacitors and triacs connected across the 240 V line must be rated at 400 V. Secondly,
the potentiometer (variable resistor) value must change considerably to obtain the proper timing or triggering for 180° in each halfcycle.
L1
Q1
Single-time-constant Circuit for Incandescent Light
Dimming, Heat Control, and Motor Speed Control
The circuit shown in Figure AN1003.15 is a double-time-constant
circuit which has improved performance compared to the circuit
shown in Figure AN1003.14. This circuit uses an additional RC
network to extend the phase angle so that the triac can be triggered at small conduction angles. The additional RC network
also minimizes any hysteresis effect explained and illustrated in
Figure AN1003.10 and Figure AN1003.11.
L1
Load
R1
3.3 k
Figure AN1003.14 shows a simple single-time-constant light dimmer (phase control) circuit, giving values for both 120 V and
240 V operation.
R4 *
AC
Input
R3
R2
15 k
1/2 W
C2
C3
0.1 µF
100 V
Note: L1 and C1 form an
RFI filter that may be eliminated
D1
C4 *
HT-32
* dv/dt snubber network
when required
AC
Input
Voltage
AC
Load
Current
R2
C1, C2, C4
L1
Q1
120 V ac
60 Hz
8A
250 k
0.1 µF 200 V
100 µH
Q2010L5
240 V ac
50 Hz
6A
500 k
0.1 µF 400 V
200 µH
Q4008L4
240 V ac
60 Hz
6A
500 k
0.1 µF 400 V
200 µH
Q4008L4
Figure AN1003.15
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Q1
C1
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HT-32
Double-time-constant Circuit for Incandescent Light
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Permanent Magnet Motor Control
Figure AN1003.16 illustrates a circuit for phase controlling a permanent magnet (PM) motor. Since PM motors are also generators, they have characteristics that make them difficult for a
standard triac to commutate properly. Control of a PM motor is
easily accomplished by using an alternistor triac with enhanced
commutating characteristics.
Load
R1
SCR1
2.2 k
R2
AC
Input
CR1
R3
+
DC
MTR
1.5 A
3.3 k
-
100
Q4006LH4
15 k 1/2 W
G
HT-32
0.1 µF
400 V
Figure AN1003.16
AC
Load
Current
R2
120 V ac
60 Hz
0.8 A
500 k
IN4003
EC103B
1k
120 V ac
60 Hz
8.5 A
100 k
IN4003
S2010F1
Not
Required
240 V ac
60 Hz
0.8 A
1M
IN4004
EC103D
240 V ac
60 Hz
8.5 A
250 k
IN4004
S4010F1
240 V ac
50Hz
2.5 A
IN4004
T106D1
MT1
0.1 µF
400 V
0.1 µF
100 V
SCR1
R3
1k
Circuit for Phase Controlling a Permanent Magnet
Motor
PM motors normally require full-wave DC rectification. Therefore,
the alternistor triac controller should be connected in series with
the AC input side of the rectifier bridge. The possible alternative
of putting an SCR controller in series with the motor on the DC
side of the rectifier bridge can be a challenge when it comes to
timing and delayed turn-on near the end of the half cycle. The
alternistor triac controller shown in Figure AN1003.16 offers a
wide range control so that the alternistror triac can be triggered at
a small conduction angle or low motor speed; the rectifiers and
alternistors should have similar voltage ratings, with all based on
line voltage and actual motor load requirements.
1M
Figure AN1003.17
Not
Required
1k
Half-wave Control, 0° to 90° Conduction
Figure AN1003.18 shows a half-wave phase control circuit using
an SCR to control a universal motor. This circuit is better than
simple resistance firing circuits because the phase-shifting characteristics of the RC network permit the firing of the SCR beyond
the peak of the impressed voltage, resulting in small conduction
angles and very slow speed.
Universal Motor
SCR Phase Control
Figure AN1003.17 shows a very simple variable resistance halfwave circuit. It provides phase retard from essentially zero (SCR
full on) to 90 electrical degrees of the anode voltage wave (SCR
half on). Diode CR 1 blocks reverse gate voltage on the negative
half-cycle of anode supply voltage. This protects the reverse gate
junction of sensitive SCRs and keeps power dissipation low for
gate resistors on the negative half cycle. The diode is rated to
block at least the peak value of the AC supply voltage. The retard
angle cannot be extended beyond the 90-degree point because
the trigger circuit supply voltage and the trigger voltage producing the gate current to fire are in phase. At the peak of the AC
supply voltage, the SCR can still be triggered with the maximum
value of resistance between anode and gate. Since the SCR will
trigger and latch into conduction the first time IGT is reached, its
M
R1
3.3 k
D1
R2
AC
Supply
SCR1
CR1
HT-32
C1
conduction cannot be delayed beyond 90 electrical degrees with this
circuit.
AC
Input
Voltage
AC
Load
Current
R2
CR1
SCR1
C1
120 V ac
60 Hz
8A
150 k
IN4003
S2015L
0.1µF 200 V
240 V ac
60 Hz
6.5 A
200 k
IN4004
S4008L
0.1µF 400 V
240 V ac
50 Hz
6.5 A
200 k
IN4004
S4008L
0.1µF 400 V
Figure AN1003.18
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MT2
250 k
115 V ac
Input
AC
Input
Voltage
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Phase Control from Logic (DC) Inputs
Triacs can also be phase-controlled from pulsed DC unidirectional inputs such as those produced by a digital logic control
system. Therefore, a microprocessor can be interfaced to AC
load by using a sensitive gate triac to control a lamp's intensity or
a motor's speed.
For a circuit to control a heavy-duty inductive load where an
alternistor is not compatible or available, two SCRs can be driven
by an inexpensive TO-92 triac to make a very high current triac or
alternistor equivalent, as shown in Figure AN1003.21. See ”Relationship of IAV, IRMS, and IPK’ in AN1009 for design calculations.
There are two ways to interface the unidirectional logic pulse to
control a triac. Figure AN1003.19 illustrates one easy way if load
current is approximately 5 A or less. The sensitive gate triac
serves as a direct power switch controlled by HTL, TTL, CMOS,
or integrated circuit operational amplifier. A timed pulse from the
system's logic can activate the triac anywhere in the AC sinewave producing a phase-controlled load.
Hot
Load
MT2
Triac
A
G
G
K
K
Non-sensitive
Gate SCRs
G
A
MT1
VDD = 15 VDC
MT2
VDD
Hot
Load
Neutral
Sensitive Gate
Triac
OV
MT1
16
Figure AN1003.21
120 V
60 Hz
Triac Driving Two Inverse Parallel Non-Sensitive
Gate SCRs
Figure AN1003.22 shows another way to interface a unidirectional pulse signal and activate AC loads at various points in the
AC sine wave. This circuit has an electrically-isolated input which
allows load placement to be flexible with respect to AC line. In
other words, connection between DC ground and AC neutral is
not required.
G
8
Neutral
Figure AN1003.19
Gate Pulse
Input
OR
Sensitive Gate Triac Operating in
Quadrants I and IV
The key to DC pulse control is correct grounding for DC and AC
supply. As shown in Figure AN1003.19, DC ground and AC
ground/neutral must be common plus MT1 must be connected to common ground. MT1 of the triac is the return for
both main terminal junctions as well as the gate junction.
Figure AN1003.20 shows an example of a unidirectional (all negative) pulse furnished from a special I.C. that is available from
LSI Computer Systems in Melville, New York. Even though the
circuit and load is shown to control a Halogen lamp, it could be
applied to a common incandescent lamp for touch-controlled
dimming.
Rin
Timed
Input
Pulse
1
6
2
100
100
0.1 µF
250 V
Load
120 V
60 Hz
MT1
Triac or
Alternistor
C1
4
G
Hot
MT2
Neutral
Load could be here
instead of upper location
Figure AN1003.22
Opto-isolator Driving a Triac or Alternistor
Microcontroller Phase Control
L
R3
G
MT1
+
T
Z
C5
MT2
115 V ac
220 V ac
L
D1
R5
C1
8
C2
6
5
EXT
SENS
R6
R2
NOTE: As a precaution,
transformer should have
thermal protection.
VDD MODE
CAP
SYNC
1
3
4
2
C3
R4
C4
Halogen
Lamp
115 V ac
C1 = 0.15 µF, 200 V
C2 = 0.22 µF, 200 V
C3 = 0.02 µF, 12 V
C4 = 0.002 µF, 12 V
C5 = 100 µF, 12 V
R1 = 270, ¼ W
R2 = 680 k, ¼ W
Figure AN1003.20
220 V ac
R3 = 62, ¼ W
R4 = 1 M to 5 M, ¼ W
(Selected for sensitivity)
R5, R6 = 4.7 M, ¼ W
D1 = 1N4148
Z = 5.6 V, 1 W Zener
T = Q4006LH4 Alternistor
L = 100 µH (RFI Filter)
C1 = 0.15 µF, 400 V
C2 = 0.1 µF, 400 V
C3 = 0.02 µF, 12 V
C4 = 0.002 µF, 12 V
C5 = 100 µF, 12 V
R1 = 1 k, ¼ W
R2 = 1.5 M, ¼ W
R3 = 62, ¼ W
R4 = 1 M to 5 M, ¼ W
(Selected for sensitivity)
R5, R6 = 4.7 M, ¼ W
D1 = 1N4148
Z = 5.6 V, 1 W Zener
T = Q6006LH4 Alternistor
L = 200 µH (RFI Filter)
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Plate
LS7631 / LS7632
R1
N
7
TRIG VSS
Traditionally, microcontrollers were too large and expensive to be
used in small consumer applications such as a light dimmer.
Microchip Technology Inc. of Chandler, Arizona has developed a
line of 8-pin microcontrollers without sacrificing the functionality
of their larger counterparts. These devices do not provide high
drive outputs, but when combined with a sensitive triac can be
used in a cost-effective light dimmer.
Figure AN1003.23 illustrates a simple circuit using a transformerless power supply, PIC 12C508 microcontroller, and a sensitive
triac configured to provide a light dimmer control. R 3 is connected
to the hot lead of the AC power line and to pin GP 4. The ESD protection diodes of the input structure allow this connection without
damage. When the voltage on the AC power line is positive, the
protection diode form the input to V DD is forward biased, and the
input buffer will see approximately VDD + 0.7 V. The software will
read this pin as high. When the voltage on the line is negative,
the protection diode from VSS to the input pin is forward biased,
and the input buffer sees approximately VSS - 0.7 V. The software
will read the pin as low. By polling GP 4 for a change in state, the
software can detect zero crossing.
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C3
0.1 µF
R1
47
120 V ac
(High)
D1
1N4001
R2
1M
RV1
Varistor
VDD
D1
1N4001
D3
1N5231
C1
220 µF
C2
0.01 µF
AC
(Return)
White
+5 V
150 W
Lamp
R3
20 M
U1
VDD
VSS
GP5
GP0
GP4
GP1
GP3
Q1
L4008L5
R6
470
GP2
12C508
Remote
Switch
Connector
JP1
Dim
S1
R4
470
Bright
S2
R5
470
3
2
1
Figure AN1003.23
Microcontroller Light Dimmer Control
With a zero crossing state detected, software can be written to
turn on the triac by going from tri-state to a logic high on the gate
and be synchronized with the AC phase cycles (Quadrants I
and IV). Using pull-down switches connected to the microcontoller inputs, the user can signal the software to adjust the duty
cycle of the triac.
For higher amperage loads, a small 0.8 A, TO-92 triac (operating
in Quadrants I and IV) can be used to drive a 25 A alternistor
triac (operating in Quadrants I and III) as shown in the heater
control illustration in Figure AN1003.24.
For a complete listing of the software used to control this circuit,
see the Microchip application note PICREF-4. This application
note can be downloaded from Microchip's Web site at
www.microchip.com.
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120VAC
(HIGH)
C3
.1µF
R1
47
D1
1N4001
R2
1M
RV1
VARISTOR
VDD
D1
1N4001
D3
1N5231
C1
220µF
C2
.01µF
AC
(RETURN)
WHITE
+5V
2000 W
R3
20M
U1
VDD
VSS
GP5
GP0
GP4
GP1
GP3
GP2
R70
100Ω
Q1
L4X8E5
Q2
Q4025L6
R6
470
12C508
DECREASE HEAT
S1
S2
R4
470
R5
470
INCREASE HEAT
Figure AN1003.24
Microcontroller Heater Control
Summary
The load currents chosen for the examples in this application
note were strictly arbitrary, and the component values will be the
same regardless of load current except for the power triac or
SCR. The voltage rating of the power thyristor devices must be a
minimum of 200 V for 120 V input voltage and 400 V for 240 V
input voltage.
The use of alternistors instead of triacs may be much more
acceptable in higher current applications and may eliminate the
need for any dv/dt snubber network.
For many electrical products in the consumer market, competitive
thyristor prices and simplified circuits make automatic control a
possibility. These simple circuits give the designer a good feel for
the nature of thyristor circuits and their design. More sophistication, such as speed and temperature feedback, can be developed as the control techniques become more familiar. A
remarkable phenomenon is the degree of control obtainable with
very simple circuits using thyristors. As a result, industrial and
consumer products will greatly benefit both in usability and marketability.
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4
Mounting and Handling of Semiconductor Devices
Introduction
Proper mounting and handling of semiconductor devices, particularly those used in power applications, is an important, yet sometimes overlooked, consideration in the assembly of electronic
systems. Power devices need adequate heat dissipation to
increase operating life and reliability and allow the device to
operate within manufacturers' specifications. Also, in order to
avoid damage to the semiconductor chip or internal assembly,
the devices should not be abused during assembly. Very often,
device failures can be attributed directly to a heat sinking or
assembly damage problem.
The information in this application note guides the semiconductor user in the proper use of Teccor devices, particularly
the popular and versatile TO-220 and TO-202 epoxy packages.
Contact the Teccor Applications Engineering Group for further
details or suggestions on use of Teccor devices.
Lead Forming — Typical Configurations
A variety of mounting configurations are possible with Teccor
power semiconductor TO-202, TO-92, DO-15X, and TO-220
packages, depending upon such factors as power requirements,
heat sinking, available space, and cost considerations. Figure
AN1004.1 shows typical examples and basic design rules.
A
B
These are suitable only for vibration-free environments and lowpower, free-air applications. For best results, the device should
be in a vertical position for maximum heat dissipation from convection currents.
Standard Lead Forms
Teccor encourages users to allow factory production of all lead
and tab form options. Teccor has the automated machinery and
expertise to produce pre-formed parts at minimum risk to the
device and with greater convenience for the consumer. See the
“Lead Form Dimensions” section of this catalog for a complete
list of readily available lead form options. Contact Teccor for
information regarding custom lead form designs.
Lead Bending Method
Leads may be bent easily and to any desired angle, provided that
the bend is made at a minimum 0.063" (0.1" for TO-218 package)
away from the package body with a minimum radius of 0.032"
(0.040" for TO-218 package) or 1.5 times lead thickness rule.
DO-15X device leads may be bent with a minimum radius of
0.050”, and DO-35 device leads may be bent with a minimum
radius of 0.028”. Leads should be held firmly between the package body and the bend so that strain on the leads is not transmitted to the package body, as shown in Figure AN1004.2. Also,
leads should be held firmly when trimming length.
C
SOCKET TYPE MOUNTING:
D
Figure AN1004.1
Useful in applications for testing or
where frequent removal is
necessary. Excellent selection of
socket products available from
companies such as Molex.
Component Mounting
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Figure AN1004.4 through Figure AN1004.6 show additional
examples of acceptable heat sinks.
Incorrect
(A)
Correct
Figure AN1004.4
Examples of PC Board Mounts
Heat Sink
Printed
Circuit
Board
(B)
Figure AN1004.2
Lead Bending Method
When bending leads in the plane of the leads (spreading), bend
only the narrow part. Sharp angle bends should be done only
once as repetitive bending will fatigue and break the leads.
The mounting tab of the TO-202 package may also be bent or
formed into any convenient shape as long as it is held firmly
between the plastic case and the area to be formed or bent. Without this precaution, bending the tab may fracture the chip and
permanently damage the unit.
B
A
Figure AN1004.5
Vertical Mount Heat Sink
Several types of vertical mount heat sinks are available. Keep
heat sink vertical for maximum convection.
Heat Sinking
Use of the largest, most efficient heat sink as is practical and cost
effective extends device life and increases reliability. In the illustration shown in Figure AN1004.3, each device is electrically isolated.
Heat Sink
Figure AN1004.6
Examples of Extruded Aluminum
When coupled with fans, extruded aluminum mounts have the
highest efficiency.
Heat Sinking Notes
Figure AN1004.3
Care should be taken not to mount heat sinks near other heatproducing elements such as power resistors, because black
anodized heat sinks may absorb more heat than they dissipate.
Several Isolated TO-220 Devices Mounted to a
Common Heat Sink
Many power device failures are a direct result of improper
heat dissipation. Heat sinks with a mating area smaller than the
metal tab of the device are unacceptable. Heat sinking material
should be at least 0.062" thick to be effective and efficient.
Note that in all applications the maximum case temperature (TC)
rating of the device must not be exceeded. Refer to the individual
device data sheet rating curves (T C versus IT) as well as the individual device outline drawings for correct T C measurement point.
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Some heat sinks can hold several power devices. Make sure that
if they are in electrical contact to the heat sink, the devices do not
short-circuit the desired functions. Isolate the devices electrically
or move to another location. Recall that the mounting tab of Teccor isolated TO-220 devices is electrically isolated so that several
devices may be mounted on the same heat sink without extra
insulating components. If using an external insulator such as
mica, with a thickness of 0.004", an additional thermal resistance
of 0.8° C/W for TO-220 or 0.5° C/W for TO-218 devices is added
to the R θJC device rating.
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Allow for adequate ventilation. If possible, route heat sinks to outside of assembly for maximum airflow.
Mounting Surface Selection
* Screw head must not touch
the epoxy body of the device
Proper mounting surface selection is essential to efficient transfer of heat from the semiconductor device to the heat sink and
from the heat sink to the ambient. The most popular heat sinks
are flat aluminum plates or finned extruded aluminum heat sinks.
The mounting surface should be clean and free from burrs or
scratches. It should be flat within 0.002 inch per inch, and a surface finish of 30 to 60 microinches is acceptable. Surfaces with a
higher degree of polish do not produce better thermal conductivity.
Many aluminum heat sinks are black anodized to improve thermal emissivity and prevent corrosion. Anodizing results in high
electrical but negligible thermal insulation. This is an excellent
choice for isolated TO-220 devices. For applications of TO-202
devices where electrical connection to the common anode tab is
required, the anodization should be removed. Iridite or chromate
acid dip finish offers low electrical and thermal resistance. Either
TO-202 or isolated TO-220 devices may be mounted directly to
this surface, regardless of application. Both finishes should be
cleaned prior to use to remove manufacturing oils and films.
Some of the more economical heat sinks are painted black. Due
to the high thermal resistance of paint, the paint should be
removed in the area where the semiconductor is attached.
Bare aluminum should be buffed with #000 steel wool and followed with an acetone or alcohol rinse. Immediately, thermal
grease should be applied to the surface and the device mounted
down to prevent dust or metal particles from lodging in the critical
interface area.
For good thermal contact, the use of thermal grease is essential
to fill the air pockets between the semiconductor and the mounting surface. This decreases the thermal resistance by 20%. For
example, a typical TO-220 with R θJC of 1.2 °C/W may be lowered
to 1 °C/W by using thermal grease.
Teccor recommends Dow-Corning 340 as a proven effective thermal grease. Fibrous applicators are not recommended as they
may tend to leave lint or dust in the interface area. Ensure that
the grease is spread adequately across the device mounting surface, and torque down the device to specification.
ial
oid
Av
ax
s
* Mounting
screw
6-32
es
str
of
Boundary
metal tab
exposed
Heatsink
Lockwasher
6-32 Nut
High potential appication
using Isolated TO-220
On heavy aluminum heatsinks
Figure AN1004.7
TO-220 Mounting
Punched holes are not acceptable due to cratering around the
hole which can cause the device to be pulled into the crater by
the fastener or can leave a significant portion of the device out of
contact with the heat sink. The first effect may cause immediate
damage to the package and early failure, while the second can
create higher operating temperatures which will shorten operating life. Punched holes are quite acceptable in thin metal plates
where fine-edge blanking or sheared-through holes are
employed.
Drilled holes must have a properly prepared surface. Excessive
chamfering is not acceptable as it may create a crater effect.
Edges must be deburred to promote good contact and avoid
puncturing isolation materials.
For high-voltage applications, it is recommended that only the
metal portion of the TO-220 package (as viewed from the bottom
of the package) be in contact with the heat sink. This will provide
maximum oversurface distance and prevent a high voltage path
over the plastic case to a grounded heat sink.
TO-202
The mounting hole for the Teccor TO-202 devices should not
exceed 0.112” (4/40) clearance. (Figure AN1004.8) Since tab is
electrically common with anode, heat sink may or may not need
to be electrically isolated from tab. If not, use 4/40 screw with
lock washer and nut. Mounting torque is 6 inch-lbs.
A
B
Contact Teccor Applications Engineering for assistance in choosing and using the proper heat sink for specific application.
Appropriate
Screw
Tab
Form
Hardware And Methods
Mica
Insulator
TO-220
The mounting hole for the Teccor TO-220 devices should not
exceed 0.140” (6/32) clearance. (Figure AN1004.7) No insulating
bushings are needed for the L Package (isolated) devices as the
tab is electrically isolated from the semiconductor chip. 6/32
mounting hardware, especially round head or Fillister machine
screws, is recommended and should be torqued to a value of
6 inch-lbs.
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Bushing
Nut
Heat Sink
Heat Sink
at Case
Potential
Figure AN1004.8
Compression
Washer
TO-202 Mounting
A nylon bushing and mica insulation are required to insulate the
tab in an isolated application. A compression washer is recommended to avoid damage to the bushing. Do not attempt to
mount non-formed tabs to a plane surface, as the resulting strain
on the case may cause it or the semiconductor chip assembly to
fail. Teccor has the facilities and expertise to properly tab form
TO-202 devices for the convenience of the consumer.
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TO-218
The mounting hole for the TO-218 device should not exceed
0.164” (8/32) clearance. Isolated versions of TO-218 do not
require any insulating material since mounting tab is electrically
isolated from the semiconductor chip. Round lead or Fillister
machine screws are recommended. Maximum torque to be
applied to mounting tab should not exceed 8 inch-lbs.
The same precautions given for the TO-220 package concerning
punched holes, drilled holes, and proper prepared heat sink
mounting surface apply to the TO-218 package. Also for highvoltage applications, it is recommended that only the metal portion of the mounting surface of the TO-218 package be in contact
with heat sink. This achieves maximum oversurface distance to
prevent a high-voltage path over the device body to grounded
heat sink.
General Mounting Notes
Care must be taken on both packages at all times to avoid strain
to the tab or leads. For easy insertion of the part onto the board
or heat sink, avoid axial strain on the leads. Carefully measure
mounting holes for the tab and the leads, and do any forming of
the tab or leads before mounting. Refer to the “Lead Form
Dimensions” section of this catalog before attempting lead form
operations.
Rivets may be used for less demanding and more economical
applications. 1/8" all-aluminum pop rivets can be used on both
TO-220 and TO-202 packages. Use a 0.129”-0.133” (#30) drill for
the hole and insert the rivet from the top side, as shown in Figure
AN1004.9. An insertion tool, similar to a “USM” PRG 430 hand
riveter, is recommended. A wide selection of grip ranges is available, depending upon the thickness of the heat sink material. Use
an appropriate grip range to securely anchor the device, yet not
deform the mounting tab. The recommended rivet tool has a protruding nipple that will allow easy insertion of the rivet and keep
the tool clear of the plastic case of the device.
Figure AN1004.9
the device. The curve shown in Figure AN1004.10 illustrates the
effect of proper torque.
θ C-S
˚C/Watt
Torque – inch-lbs
Effect of Torque on Case to Sink
Thermal Resistance
1/2 Rated Rated
Torque
Torque
Figure AN1004.10
Effect of Torque to Sink Thermal Resistance
With proper care, the mounting tab of a device can be soldered to
a surface. However, the heat required to accomplish this operation can damage or destroy the semiconductor chip or internal
assembly. See “Surface Mount Soldering Recommendations”
(AN1005) in this catalog.
Spring-steel clips can be used to replace torqued hardware in
assembling thyristors to heat sinks. Clips snap into heat sink
slots to hold the device in place for PC board insertion. Clips are
available in several sizes for various heat sink thicknesses and
thyristor case styles from Aavid Thermalloy in Concord, New
Hampshire. A typical heatsink is shown in Figure AN1004.11
Pop Riveting Technique
A Milford #511 (Milford Group, Milford, CT) semi-tubular steel
rivet set into a 0.129" receiving hole with a riveting machine similar to a Milford S256 is also acceptable. Contact the rivet
machine manufacturer for exact details on application and set-up
for optimum results.
Figure AN1004.11
Typical Heat Sink Using Clips
Pneumatic or other impact riveting devices are not recommended
due to the shock they may apply to the device.
Under no circumstance should any tool or hardware come into
contact with the case. The case should not be used as a brace
for any rotation or shearing force during mounting or in use. Nonstandard size screws, nuts, and rivets are easily obtainable to
avoid clearance problems.
Always use an accurate torque wrench to mount devices. No gain
is achieved by overtorquing devices. In fact, overtorquing may
cause the tab and case to deform or rupture, seriously damaging
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Soldering Of Leads
A prime consideration in soldering leads is the soldering of
device leads into PC boards, heat sinks, and so on. Significant
damage can be done to the device through improper soldering. In
any soldering process, do not exceed the data sheet lead solder
temperature of +230 °C for 10 seconds, maximum, ≥1/16" from
the case.
This application note presents details about the following three
types of soldering:
•
Hand soldering
•
Wave soldering
•
Dip soldering
Use a clean pre-tinned iron, and solder the joint as quickly as
possible. Avoid overheating the joint or bringing the iron or solder
into contact with other leads that are not heat sinked.
Wave Solder
Wave soldering is one of the most efficient methods of soldering
large numbers of PC boards quickly and effectively. Guidelines
for soldering by this method are supplied by equipment manufacturers. The boards should be pre-heated to avoid thermal shock
to semiconductor components, and the time-temperature cycle in
the solder wave should be regulated to avoid heating the device
beyond the recommended temperature rating. A mildly activated
resin flux is recommended. Figure AN1004.12 shows typical heat
and time conditions.
Hand Soldering
This method is mostly used in prototype breadboarding applications and production of small modules. It has the greatest potential for misuse. The following recommendations apply to Teccor
TO-92, TO-202, TO-220, and TO-218 packages.
Since most quick-connect 0.250” female terminals have a maximum rating of 30 A, connection to terminals should be made by
soldering wires instead of quick-connects.
Recommended wire is 10 AWG stranded wire for use with MT1
and MT2 for load currents above 30 A. Soldering should be performed with a 100-watt soldering iron. The iron should not remain
in contact with the wire and terminal longer than 40 seconds so
the Fastpak triac is not damaged.
For the Teccor TO-218X package, the basic rules for hand soldering apply; however, a larger iron may be required to apply sufficient heat to the larger leads to efficiently solder the joint.
Soak
Temperature – ˚C
Reflow
Cool
Down
Peak Temperature
220 ˚C - 245 ˚C
220
Select a small- to medium-duty electric soldering iron of 25 W to
45 W designed for electrical assembly application. Tip temperature should be rated from 600 °F to 800 °F (300 °C to 425 °C).
The iron should have sufficient heat capacity to heat the joint
quickly and efficiently in order to minimize contact time to the
part. Pencil tip probes work very well. Neither heavy-duty electrical irons of greater than 45 W nor flame-heated irons and large
heavy tips are recommended, as the tip temperatures are far too
high and uncontrollable and can easily exceed the time-temperature limit of the part.
Teccor Fastpak devices require a different soldering technique.
Circuit connection can be done by either quick-connect terminals
or solder.
Pre-heat
260
240
200
1.3 - 1.6 ˚C/s
<2.5 ˚C/s
180
0.5 - 0.6 ˚C/s
160
140
120
<2.5 ˚C/s
100
80
Soaking Zone
Reflow Zone
60 - 90 s typical
( 2 min. MAX )
30 - 60 s typical
( 2 min. MAX )
Pre-heating Zone
60
( 2-4 min MAX )
40
20
0
0
30
60
90
120
150
180
210
240
270
300
Time (Seconds)
Figure AN1004.12
Reflow Soldering with Pre-heating
Dip Soldering
Dip soldering is very similar to wave soldering, but it is a hand
operation. Follow the same considerations as for wave soldering,
particularly the time-temperature cycle which may become operator dependent because of the wide process variations that may
occur. This method is not recommended.
Board or device clean-up is left to the discretion of the customer.
Teccor devices are tolerant of a wide variety of solvents, and they
conform to MIL-STD 202E method 215 “Resistance to Solvents.”
Remember not to exceed the lead solder temperatures of
+230 °C for 10 seconds, maximum, ≥1/16" (1.59mm) from the
case.
A 60/40 or 63/37 Sn/Pb solder is acceptable. This low meltingpoint solder, used in conjunction with a mildly activated rosin flux,
is recommended.
Insert the device into the PC board and, if required, attach the
device to the heat sink before soldering. Each lead should be
individually heat sinked as it is soldered. Commercially available
heat sink clips are excellent for this use. Hemostats may also be
used if available. Needle-nose pliers are a good heat sink choice;
however, they are not as handy as stand-alone type clips.
In any case, the lead should be clipped or grasped between the
solder joint and the case, as near to the joint as possible. Avoid
straining or twisting the lead in any way.
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Surface Mount Soldering Recommendations
Introduction
The most important consideration in reliability is achieving a good
solder bond between surface mount device (SMD) and substrate
since the solder provides the thermal path from the chip. A good
bond is less subject to thermal fatiguing and will result in
improved device reliability.
The most economic method of soldering is a process in which all
different components are soldered simultaneously, such as
DO-214, Compak, TO-252 devices, capacitors, and resistors.
Reflow Of Soldering
With the components in position, the substrate is heated to a
point where the solder begins to flow. This can be done on a
heating plate, on a conveyor belt running through an infrared tunnel, or by using vapor phase soldering.
In the vapor phase soldering process, the entire PC board is uniformly heated within a vapor phase zone at a temperature of
approximately 215 °C. The saturated vapor phase zone is
obtained by heating an inert (inactive) fluid to the boiling point.
The vapor phase is locked in place by a secondary vapor. (Figure
AN1005.1) Vapor phase soldering provides uniform heating and
prevents overheating.
Transport
The preferred technique for mounting microminiature components on hybrid thick- and thin-film is reflow soldering.
The DO-214 is designed to be mounted directly to or on thick-film
metallization which has been screened and fired on a substrate.
The recommended substrates are Alumina or P.C. Board material.
Vapor lock
(secondary
medium)
Recommended metallization is silver palladium or molymanganese (plated with nickel or other elements to enhance solderability). For more information, consult Du Pont's Thick-Film
handbook or the factory.
For reliable connections, keep the following in mind:
(1) Maximum temperature of the leads or tab during the soldering cycle does not exceed 275 °C.
(2) Flux must affect neither components nor connectors.
(3) Residue of the flux must be easy to remove.
Heating
elements
Boiling liquid (primary medium)
Figure AN1005.1
Pre-heat
260
Soak
220
Temperature – ˚C
Reflow
Cool
Down
Peak Temperature
220 ˚C - 245 ˚C
240
Having first been fluxed, all components are positioned on the
substrate. The slight adhesive force of the flux is sufficient to
keep the components in place.
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Principle of Vapor Phase Soldering
No matter which method of heating is used, the maximum
allowed temperature of the plastic body must not exceed 250 °C
during the soldering process. For additional information on temperature behavior during the soldering process, see Figure
AN1005.2 and Figure AN1005.3.
Good flux or solder paste with these properties is available on the
market. A recommended flux is Alpha 5003 diluted with benzyl
alcohol. Dilution used will vary with application and must be
determined empirically.
Because solder paste contains a flux, it has good inherent adhesive properties which eases positioning of the components. Allow
flux to dry at room temperature or in a 70 °C oven. Flux should be
dry to the touch. Time required will depend on flux used.
PC board
Vapor phase
zone
It is best to prepare the substrate by either dipping it in a solder
bath or by screen printing a solder paste.
After the substrate is prepared, devices are put in place with
vacuum pencils. The device may be laid in place without special
alignment procedures since it is self-aligning during the solder
reflow process and will be held in place by surface tension.
Cooling pipes
200
1.3 - 1.6 ˚C/s
<2.5 ˚C/s
180
0.5 - 0.6 ˚C/s
160
140
120
<2.5 ˚C/s
100
80
Soaking Zone
Reflow Zone
60 - 90 s typical
( 2 min. MAX )
30 - 60 s typical
( 2 min. MAX )
Pre-heating Zone
60
( 2-4 min MAX )
40
20
0
0
30
60
90
120
150
180
210
240
270
300
Time (Seconds)
Figure AN1005.2
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0.079
(2.0)
Zone 1: Initial Pre-heating Stage (25 °C to 150 °C)
•
Excess solvent is driven off.
•
PCB and Components are gradually heated up.
•
Temperature gradient shall be <2.5 °C/Sec.
0.079
(2.0)
0.079
(2.0)
0.040
(1.0)
0.030
(0.76)
0.110
(2.8)
Zone 2: Soak Stage (150 °C to 180 °C)
•
Flux components start activation and begin to reduce the
oxides on component leads and PCB pads.
•
PCB components are brought nearer to the temperature at
which solder bonding can occur.
•
Soak allows different mass components to reach the same
temperature.
•
Activated flux keeps metal surfaces from re-oxidizing.
Pad Outline
Dimensions are in inches (and millimeters).
Figure AN1005.4
Modified DO-214 Compak — Three-leaded Surface
Mount Package
Zone 3: Reflow Stage (180 °C to 235 °C)
•
Paste is brought to the alloy’s melting point.
•
Activated flux reduces surface tension at the metal interface so
metallurgical bonding occurs.
Zone 4: Cool-down Stage (180 °C to 25 °C)
1. Screen print solder paste
(or flux)
Assembly is cooled evenly so thermal shock to the components
or PCB is reduced.
The surface tension of the liquid solder tends to draw the leads of
the device towards the center of the soldering area and so has a
correcting effect on slight mispositionings. However, if the layout
is not optimized, the same effect can result in undesirable shifts,
particularly if the soldering areas on the substrate and the components are not concentrically arranged. This problem can be
solved by using a standard contact pattern which leaves sufficient scope for the self-positioning effect (Figure AN1005.3 and
Figure AN1005.4) Figure AN1005.5 shows the reflow soldering
procedure.
0.079
(2.0)
2. Place component
(allow flux to dry)
Pad Outline
0.110
(2.8)
3. Reflow solder
0.079
(2.0)
Dimensions are in inches (and millimeters).
Figure AN1005.3
Figure AN1005.5
Minimum Required Dimensions of Metal Connection
of Typical DO-214 Pads on Hybrid Thick- and Thinfilm Substrates
Reflow Soldering Procedure
After the solder is set and cooled, visually inspect the connections and, where necessary, correct with a soldering iron. Finally,
the remnants of the flux must be removed carefully.
Use vapor degrease with an azeotrope solvent or equivalent to
remove flux. Allow to dry.
After the drying procedure is complete, the assembly is ready for
testing and/or further processing.
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Wave Soldering
Wave soldering is the most commonly used method for soldering
components in PCB assemblies. As with other soldering processes, a flux is applied before soldering. After the flux is
applied, the surface mount devices are glued into place on a PC
board. The board is then placed in contact with a molten wave of
solder at a temperature between 240 °C and 260 °C, which
affixes the component to the board.
PC board
Insert
leaded
components
Dual wave solder baths are also in use. This procedure is the
same as mentioned above except a second wave of solder
removes excess solder.
Turn over the
PC board
Although wave soldering is the most popular method of PCB
assembly, drawbacks exist. The negative features include solder
bridging and shadows (pads and leads not completely wetted) as
board density increases. Also, this method has the sharpest thermal gradient. To prevent thermal shock, some sort of pre-heating
device must be used. Figure AN1005.6 shows the procedure for
wave soldering PCBs with surface mount devices only. Figure
AN1005.7 shows the procedure for wave soldering PCBs with
both surface mount and leaded components.
Place
SMDs
Apply
glue
Cure
glue
or
Turn over the
PC board
Apply glue
Screen print glue
Wave solder
Place component
Figure AN1005.7
Wave Soldering PCBs With Both Surface Mount
and Leaded Components
Immersion Soldering
Maximum allowed temperature of the soldering bath is 235 °C.
Maximum duration of soldering cycle is five seconds, and forced
cooling must be applied.
Hand Soldering
Cure glue
It is possible to solder the DO-214, Compak, and TO-252 devices
with a miniature hand-held soldering iron, but this method has
particular drawbacks and should be restricted to laboratory use
and/or incidental repairs on production circuits.
Recommended Metal-alloy
(1) 63/37 Sn/Pb
(2) 60/40 Sn/Pb
Wave solder
Figure AN1005.6
Wave Soldering PCBs With Surface Mount Devices
Only
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Pre-Heating
Pre-heating is recommended for good soldering and to avoid
damage to the DO-214, Compak, TO-252 devices, other components, and the substrate. Maximum pre-heating temperature is
165 °C while the maximum pre-heating duration may be 10 seconds. However, atmospheric pre-heating is permissible for several minutes provided temperature does not exceed 125 °C.
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Gluing Recommendations
Prior to wave soldering, surface mount devices (SMDs) must be
fixed to the PCB or substrate by means of an appropriate adhesive. The adhesive (in most cases a multicomponent adhesive)
has to fulfill the following demands:
•
Uniform viscosity to ensure easy coating
•
No chemical reactions upon hardening in order not to deteriorate component and PC board
•
Straightforward exchange of components in case of repair
(3) Cut small pieces of the alloy solder and flow each piece onto
each of the other legs of the component.
Indium-tin solder is available from ACI Alloys, San Jose, CA and
Indium Corporation of America, Utica, NY.
Multi-use Footprint
Package soldering footprints can be designed to accommodate
more than one package. Figure AN1005.8 shows a footprint
design for using both the Compak and an SOT-223. Using the
dual pad outline makes it possible to use more than one supplier
source.
Low-temperature Solder for Reducing
PC Board Damage
Cleaning Recommendations
In testing and troubleshooting surface-mounted components,
changing parts can be time consuming. Moreover, desoldering
and soldering cycles can loosen and damage circuit-board pads.
Use low-temperature solder to minimize damage to the PC board
and to quickly remove a component. One low-temperature alloy
is indium-tin, in a 50/50 mixture. It melts between 118 °C and
125 °C, and tin-lead melts at 183 °C. If a component needs
replacement, holding the board upside down and heating the
area with a heat gun will cause the component to fall off. Performing the operation quickly minimizes damage to the board and
component.
Using solvents for PC board or substrate cleaning is permitted
from approximately 70 °C to 80 °C.
Proper surface preparation is necessary for the In-Sn alloy to wet
the surface of the copper. The copper must be clean, and you
must add flux to allow the alloy to flow freely.You can use rosin
dissolved in alcohol. Perform the following steps:
•
Bath temperature: approximately 30 °C
•
Duration of cleaning: MAX 30 seconds
•
Ultrasonic frequency: 40 kHz
•
Ultrasonic changing pressure: approximately 0.5 bar
(1) Cut a small piece of solder and flow it onto one of the pads.
(2) Place the surface-mount component on the pad and melt the
soldered pad to its pin while aligning the part. (This operation
places all the pins flat onto their pads.)
The soldered parts should be cleaned with azeotrope solvent followed by a solvent such as methol, ethyl, or isopropyl alcohol.
Ultrasonic cleaning of surface mount components on PCBs or
substrates is possible.
The following guidelines are recommended when using ultrasonic cleaning:
•
Cleaning agent: Isopropanol
Cleaning of the parts is best accomplished using an ultrasonic
cleaner which has approximately 20 W of output per one liter of
solvent. Replace the solvent on a regular basis.
Gate
0.079
(2.0)
MT2 / Anode
MT1 / Cathode
Gate
M
T
2
Not
used
Compak
Footprint
0.040
(1.0)
0.030
(.76)
Pad Outline
Footprint
for either
Compak
or SOT-223
0.328
(8.33)
0.019
(.48)
0.040
(1.0)
0.079
(2.0)
0.059
(1.5) TYP
0.091 TYP
(2.31)
0.150
(3.8)
Gate
MT2 / Anode
0.079
(2.0)
0.110
(2.8)
MT1
MT2 / Anode
0.079
(2.0)
0.030
(.76)
SOT-223
Footprint
MT1 / Cathode
0.079
(2.0)
0.079
(2.0)
.055
(1.4)
Dual Pad Outline
Dimensions are in inches (and millimeters).
Figure AN1005.8
Dual Footprint for Compak Package
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Testing Teccor Semiconductor Devices
Using Curve Tracers
Introduction
through several values, and a different trace is drawn on each
sweep to generate a family of curves.
One of the most useful and versatile instruments for testing semiconductor devices is the curve tracer (CT). Tektronix is the best
known manufacturer of curve tracers and produces four basic
models: 575, 576, 577 and 370. These instruments are specially
adapted CRT display screens with associated electronics such
as power supplies, amplifiers, and variable input and output functions that allow the user to display the operating characteristics of
a device in an easy-to-read, standard graph form. Operation of
Tektronix CTs is simple and straightforward and easily taught to
non-technical personnel. Although widely used by semiconductor
manufacturers for design and analytical work, the device consumer will find many uses for the curve tracer, such as incoming
quality control, failure analysis, and supplier comparison. Curve
tracers may be easily adapted for go-no go production testing.
Tektronix also supplies optional accessories for specific applications along with other useful hardware.
Tektronix Equipment
Although Tektronix no longer produces curve tracer model 575,
many of the units are still operating in the field, and it is still an
extremely useful instrument. The 576, 577 and 370 are current
curve tracer models and are more streamlined in their appearance and operation. The 577 is a less elaborate version of the
576, yet retains all necessary test functions.
The following basic functions are common to all curve tracers:
•
Power supply supplies positive DC voltage, negative DC voltage, or AC voltage to bias the device. Available power is varied
by limiting resistors.
•
Step generator supplies current or voltage in precise steps to
control the electrode of the device. The number, polarity, and
frequency of steps are selectable.
•
Horizontal amplifier displays power supply voltage as applied
to the device. Scale calibration is selectable.
•
Vertical amplifier displays current drawn from the supply by
the device. Scale calibration is selectable.
Limitations, Accuracy, and Correlation
Although the curve tracer is a highly versatile device, it is not
capable of every test that one may wish to perform on semiconductor devices such as dv/dt, secondary reverse breakdown,
switching speeds, and others. Also, tests at very high currents
and/or voltages are difficult to conduct accurately and without
damaging the devices. A special high-current test fixture available from Tektronix can extend operation to 200 A pulsed peak.
Kelvin contacts available on the 576 and 577 eliminate inaccuracy in voltage measured at high current (VTM) by sensing voltage
drop due to contact resistance and subtracting from the reading.
Accuracy of the unit is within the published manufacturer’s specification. Allow the curve tracer to warm up and stabilize before
testing begins. Always expand the horizontal or vertical scale as
far as possible to increase the resolution. Be judicious in recording data from the screen, as the trace line width and scale resolution factor somewhat limit the accuracy of what may be read.
Regular calibration checks of the instrument are recommended.
Some users keep a selection of calibrated devices on hand to
verify instrument operation when in doubt. Re-calibration or
adjustment should be performed only by qualified personnel.
Often discrepancies exist between measurements taken on
different types of instrument. In particular, most semiconductor
manufacturers use high-speed, computerized test equipment to
test devices. They test using very short pulses. If a borderline
unit is then measured on a curve tracer, it may appear to be out
of specification. The most common culprit here is heat. When a
semiconductor device increases in temperature due to current
flow, certain characteristics may change, notably gate characteristics on SCRs, gain on transistors, leakage, and so on. It is very
difficult to operate the curve tracer in such a way as to eliminate
the heating effect. Pulsed or single-trace operation helps reduce
this problem, but care should be taken in comparing curve tracer
measurements to computer tests. Other factors such as stray
capacitances, impedance matching, noise, and device oscillation
also may create differences.
Curve tracer controls for beam position, calibration, pulse operation, and other functions vary from model to model. The basic
theory of operation is that for each curve one terminal is driven
with a constant voltage or current and the other one is swept with
a half sinewave of voltage. The driving voltage is stepped
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Safety (Cautions and Warnings)
Model 576 Curve Tracer Procedures
Adhere rigidly to Tektronix safety rules supplied with each
curve tracer. No attempt should be made to defeat any of the
safety interlocks on the device as the curve tracer can produce a
lethal shock. Also, older 575 models do not have the safety interlocks as do the new models. Take care never to touch any device
or open the terminal while energized.
The following test procedures are written for use with the model
576 curve tracer. (Figure AN1006.1)
WARNING: Devices on the curve tracer may be easily damaged from electrical overstress.
The standard 575 model lacks AC mode, voltage greater than
200 V, pulse operations, DC mode, and step offset controls. The
575 MOD122C does allow voltage up to 400 V, including 1500 V
in an AC mode. Remember that at the time of design, the 575
was built to test only transistors and diodes. Some ingenuity,
experience, and external hardware may be required to test other
types of devices.
Follow these rules to avoid destroying devices:
•
Familiarize yourself with the expected maximum limits of the
device.
•
Limit the current with the variable resistor to the minimum necessary to conduct the test.
•
Increase power slowly to the specified limit.
•
Watch for device “runaway” due to heating.
•
Apply and increase gate or base drive slowly and in small
steps.
•
Conduct tests in the minimum time required.
See “Model 370 Curve Tracer Procedure Notes” on page
AN1006-16 and “Model 577 Curve Tracer Procedure Notes” on
page AN1006-18 for setting adjustments required when using
model 370 and 577 curve tracers.
For further information or assistance in device testing on Tektronix curve tracers, contact the Teccor Applications Engineering
group.
General Test Procedures
Read all manuals before operating a curve tracer.
Perform the following manufacturer’s equipment check:
1. Turn on and warm up curve tracer, but turn off, or down, all
power supplies.
2. Correctly identify terminals of the device to be tested. Refer
to the manufacturer’s guide if necessary.
3. Insert the device into the test fixture, matching the device
and test terminals.
4. Remove hands from the device and/or close interlock cover.
5. Apply required bias and/or drive.
6. Record results as required.
7. Disconnect all power to the device before removing.
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TYPE 576
CURVE TRACER
TEKTRONIX, INC.
VERTICAL
PORTLAND, ORE, U.S.A.
PER
V
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DIV
PER
DISPLAY OFFSET
H
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I
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DIV
CRT
PER
S
T
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P
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
HORIZONTAL
HORIZONTAL
VOLTAGE CONTROL
Note: All Voltage
Settings Will Be
Referenced to
"Collector"
COLLECTOR SUPPLY
STEP GENERATOR
VARIABLE
COLLECTOR
SUPPLY
VOLTAGE RANGE
AMPLITUDE
MAX PEAK
POWER
(POWER DISSIPATION)
STEP/OFFSET
AMPLITUDE
(AMPS/VOLTS)
OFFSET
STEP/OFFSET
POLARITY
STEP FAMILY
RATE
TERMINAL
JACKS
C
C
B
B
E
E
TERMINAL
SELECTOR
MT2/ANODE
VARIABLE
COLLECTOR
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
GATE/TRIGGER
LEFT-RIGHT SELECTOR
FOR TERMINAL JACKS
MT1/CATHODE
KELVIN TERMINALS
USED WHEN
MEASURING VTM OR VFM
Figure AN1006.1
Tektronix Model 576 Curve Tracer
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Power Rectifiers
tronix model 176 high-current module. The procedure below is
done at IT(RMS) = 10 A (20 APK). This test parameter allows the
use of a standard curve tracer and still provides an estimate of
whether VFM is within specification.
The rectifier is a unidirectional device which conducts when forward voltage (above 0.7 V) is applied.
To connect the rectifier:
1. Connect Anode to Collector Terminal (C).
SOCKET
2. Connect Cathode to Emitter Terminal (E).
To begin testing, perform the following procedures.
Procedure 1: VRRM and IRM
To measure the VRRM and IRM parameter:
SOCKET PINS
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to 1500 V.
(2000 V on 370)
One set of
pins wired to
Collector (C),
Base (B), and
Emitter (E)
Terminals
2. Set Horizontal knob to sufficient scale to allow viewing of
trace at the required voltage level (100 V/DIV for 400 V and
600 V devices and 50 V/DIV for 200 V devices).
3. Set Mode to Leakage.
4. Set Vertical knob to 100 µA/DIV. (Due to leakage setting, the
CRT readout will be 100 nA per division.)
5. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
Socket used
must have two
sets of pins
6. Set Polarity to (–).
7. Set Power Dissipation to 2.2 W. (2 W on 370)
8. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
The pins which correspond to
the anode and cathode of the
device are wired to the terminals
marked C SENSE (MT2/Anode) and
E SENSE (MT1/Cathode). The gate
does not require a Kelvin
connection.
9. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage to the rated
V RRM of the device and observe the dot on the CRT. Read
across horizontally from the dot to the vertical current scale.
This measured value is the leakage current.
(Figure AN1006.2)
Figure AN1006.3
Instructions for Wiring Kelvin Socket
PER
V
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T
IRM
100
nA
To measure the VFM parameter:
DIV
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to 15 Max
Peak Volts. (16 V on 370)
PER
VRRM
H
O
R
I
Z
100
V
2. Set Horizontal knob to 0.5 V/DIV.
DIV
3. Set Mode to Norm.
PER
S
T
E
P
4. Set Vertical knob to 2 A/DIV.
5. Set Power Dissipation to 220 W (100 W on 577).
6. Set Polarity to (+).
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
Figure AN1006.2
7. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
IRM = 340 nA at VRRM = 600 V
8. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until current
reaches 20 A.
Procedure 2: VFM
WARNING: Limit test time to 15 seconds maximum.
Before testing, note the following:
•
•
A Kelvin test fixture is required for this test. If a Kelvin fixture is
not used, an error in measurement of VFM will result due to
voltage drop in fixture. If a Kelvin fixture is not available,
Figure AN1006.3 shows necessary information to wire a test
fixture with Kelvin connections.
To measure V FM, follow along horizontal scale to the point where
the trace crosses the 20 A axis. The distance from the left-hand
side of scale to the crossing point is the VFM value.
(Figure AN1006.4)
Note: Model 370 current is limited to 10 A.
Due to the current limitations of standard curve tracer
model 576, VFM cannot be tested at rated current without a Tek-
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Procedure 2: VDRM, IDRM
To measure the VDRM and IDRM parameter:
PER
V
E
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T
VFM
2
1. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
A
DIV
PER
H
O
R
I
Z
2. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage to the rated VDRM of
the device and observe the dot on CRT. Read across horizontally from the dot to the vertical current scale. This measured value is the leakage current. (Figure AN1006.5)
500
mV
DIV
IT
PER
S
T
E
P
WARNING: Do NOT exceed VDRM/V RRM rating of SCRs, triacs,
or Quadracs. These devices can be damaged.
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
Figure AN1006.4
PER
V
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VFM = 1 V at IPK = 20 A
100
nA
DIV
PER
H
O
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SCRs
100
V
DIV
VDRM
SCRs are half-wave unidirectional rectifiers turned on when current is supplied to the gate terminal. If the current supplied to the
gate is to be in the range of 12 µA and 500 µA, then a sensitive
SCR is required; if the gate current is between 1 mA and 50 mA,
then a non-sensitive SCR is required.
PER
S
T
E
P
IDRM
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
To connect the rectifier:
Figure AN1006.5
1. Connect Anode to Collector Terminal (C).
2. Connect Cathode to Emitter Terminal (E).
Note: When sensitive SCRs are being tested, a 1 kΩ resistor
must be connected between the gate and the cathode, except
when testing IGT.
IDRM = 350 nA at VDRM = 600 V
Procedure 3: VRRM, IRRM
To measure the VRRM and IRRM parameter:
1. Set Polarity to (–).
2. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 (V DRM, IDRM) except substitute V RRM
value for VDRM. (Figure AN1006.6)
To begin testing, perform the following procedures.
.
Procedure 1: VDRM, VRRM, IDRM, IRRM
PER
To measure the VDRM, V RRM, IDRM, and IRRM parameter:
V
E
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T
IRRM
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to appropriate Max Peak Volts for device under test. (Value selected
should be equal to or greater than the device’s V DRM rating.)
100
nA
DIV
PER
H
O
R
I
Z
VRRM
2. Set Horizontal knob to sufficient scale to allow viewing of
trace at the required voltage level. (The 100 V/DIV scale
should be used for testing devices having a V DRM value of
600 V or greater; the 50 V/DIV scale for testing parts rated
from 300 V to 500 V, and so on.)
100
V
DIV
PER
S
T
E
P
3. Set Mode to Leakage.
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
4. Set Polarity to (+).
5. Set Power Dissipation to 0.5 W. (0.4 W on 370)
Figure AN1006.6
6. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
7. Set Vertical knob to approximately ten times the maximum
leakage current (I DRM, IRRM) specified for the device. (For
sensitive SCRs, set to 50 µA.)
Note: The CRT screen readout should show 1% of the maximum
leakage current if the vertical scale is divided by 1,000 when
leakage current mode is used.
IRRM = 340 nA at VRRM = 600 V
Procedure 4: VTM
To measure the VTM parameter:
1. Set Terminal Selector to Step Generator-Emitter Grounded.
2. Set Polarity to (+).
3. Set Step/Offset Amplitude to twice the maximum I GT rating
of the device (to ensure the device turns on). For sensitive
SCRs, set to 2 mA.
4. Set Max Peak Volts to 15 V. (16 V on 370)
5. Set Offset by depressing 0 (zero).
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6. Set Rate by depressing Norm.
3. Set Max Peak Volts to 75 V. (80 V on 370)
7. Set Step Family by depressing Rep (repetitive).
4. Set Mode to DC.
8. Set Mode to DC.
5. Set Horizontal knob to Step Generator.
9. Set Horizontal knob to 0.5 V/DIV.
6. Set Vertical knob to approximately 10 percent of the maximum IH specified.
10. Set Power Dissipation to 220 W (100 W on 577).
Note: Due to large variation of holding current values, the
scale may have to be adjusted to observe holding current.
11. Set Number of Steps to 1. (Set steps to 0 (zero) on 370.)
12. Set Vertical knob to a sufficient setting to allow the viewing
of 2 times the IT(RMS) rating of the device (IT(peak)) on CRT.
7. Set Number of Steps to 1.
8. Set Offset by depressing 0 (zero). (Press Aid and Oppose at
the same time on 370.)
Before continuing with testing, note the following:
(1) Due to the excessive amount of power that can be
generated in this test, only parts with an I T(RMS) rating
of 6 A or less should be tested on standard curve
tracer. If testing devices above 6 A, a Tektronix model
176 high-current module is required.
(2) A Kelvin test fixture is required for this test. If a
Kelvin fixture is not used, an error in measurement of
V TM will result due to voltage drop in the fixture. If a
Kelvin fixture is not available, Figure AN1006.3 shows
necessary information to wire a test fixture with
Kelvin connectors.
9. Set Step/Offset Amplitude to twice the maximum I GT of the
device.
10. Set Terminal Selector to Step Generator-Emitter Grounded.
11. Set Step Family by depressing Single.
12. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
13. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage to maximum
position (100).
13. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
14. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until current
reaches rated I T(peak), which is twice the IT(RMS) rating of theSCR under test.
Note: Model 370 current is limited to 10 A.
WARNING: Limit test time to 15 seconds maximum after the
Variable Collector Supply has been set to IT(peak), After the
Variable Collector Supply Voltage has been set to IT(peak), the
test time can automatically be shortened by changing Step
Family from repetitive to single by depressing the Single
button.
14. Set Step Family by depressing Single. (This could possibly
cause the dot on CRT to disappear, depending on the vertical scale selected.)
15. Change Terminal Selector from Step Generator-Emitter
Grounded to Open Base-Emitter Grounded.
16. Decrease Variable Collector Supply Voltage to the point
where the line on the CRT changes to a dot. The position of
the beginning point of the line, just before the line becomes a
dot, represents the holding current value. (Figure AN1006.8)
PER
V
E
R
T
500
A
DIV
PER
To measure V TM, follow along horizontal scale to the point where
the trace crosses the IT(peak) value. The distance from the lefthand side of scale to the intersection point is the VTM value.
(Figure AN1006.7)
H
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I
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DIV
PER
S
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PER
V
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2
A
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
IH
DIV
PER
VTM
H
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I
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500
mV
Figure AN1006.8
IH = 1.2 mA
DIV
Procedure 6: IGT and VGT
PER
IPK
S
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P
To measure the IGT and VGT parameter:
1. Set Polarity to (+).
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
Figure AN1006.7
100
mA
VTM = 1.15 V at IT(peak) = 12 A
20
2. Set Number of Steps to 1.
3. Set Offset by depressing Aid.
4. Set Offset Multiplier to 0 (zero). (Press Aid and Oppose at
the same time on 370.)
Procedure 5: IH
5. Set Terminal Selector to Step Generator-Emitter Grounded.
To measure the IH parameter:
6. Set Mode to Norm.
1. Set Polarity to (+).
7. Set Max Peak Volts to 15 V. (16 V on 370)
2. Set Power Dissipation to 2.2 W. (2 W on 370)
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8. Set Power Dissipation to 2.2 W. (2 W on 370) For sensitive
SCRs, set at 0.5 W. (0.4 W on 370)
Procedure 9: GT will be numerically displayed on screen
under offset value.)
9. Set Horizontal knob to 2 V/DIV.
10. Set Vertical knob to 50 mA/DIV.
PER
V
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T
11. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until voltage
reaches 12 V on CRT.
50
mA
DIV
12. After 12 V setting is completed, change Horizontal knob to
Step Generator.
PER
H
O
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I
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DIV
Procedure 7: IGT
PER
To measure the IGT parameter:
VGT
S
T
E
P
200
mV
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
250m
1. Set Step/Offset Amplitude to 20% of maximum rated I GT.
Note: R GK should be removed when testing I GT.
2. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of the test fixture.
3. Gradually increase Offset Multiplier until device reaches
the conduction point. (Figure AN1006.9) Measure IGT by following horizontal axis to the point where the vertical line
crosses axis. This measured value is I GT. (On 370, IGT will be
numerically displayed on screen under offset value.)
PER
V
E
R
T
50
mA
Figure AN1006.10 VGT = 580 mV
Triacs
Triacs are full-wave bidirectional AC switches turned on when
current is supplied to the gate terminal of the device. If gate control in all four quadrants is required, then a sensitive gate triac is
needed, whereas a standard triac can be used if gate control is
only required in Quadrants I through III.
DIV
To connect the triac:
PER
H
O
R
I
Z
DIV
2. Connect MT1 to the Emitter Terminal (E).
PER
3. Connect MT2 to the Collector Terminal (C).
S
T
E
P
IGT
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
Figure AN1006.9
1. Connect the Gate to the Base Terminal (B).
10
A
To begin testing, perform the following procedures.
Procedure 1: (+)VDRM, (+)IDRM, (-)VDRM, (-)IDRM
5 K
Note: The (+) and (-) symbols are used to designate the polarity
MT2 with reference to MT1.
IGT = 25 µA
To measure the (+)VDRM, (+)IDRM, (-)V DRM, and (-)IDRM parameter:
To measure the VGT parameter:
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to appropriate Max Peak Volts for device under test. (Value selected
should be equal to the device’s V DRM rating.)
Procedure 8: VGT
1. Set Offset Multiplier to 0 (zero). (Press Aid and Oppose at
the same time on 370.)
2. Set Step Offset Amplitude to 20% rated VGT.
3. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
4. Gradually increase Offset Multiplier until device reaches
the conduction point. (Figure AN1006.10) Measure V GT by
following horizontal axis to the point where the vertical line
crosses axis. This measured value is V GT. (On 370, V GT will
be numerically displayed on screen, under offset value.)
WARNING: Do NOT exceed V DRM/VRRM rating of SCRs, triacs, or Quadracs. These devices can be damaged.
2. Set Horizontal knob to sufficient scale to allow viewing of
trace at the required voltage level. (The 100 V/DIV scale
should be used for testing devices having a V DRM rating of
600 V or greater; the 50 V/DIV scale for testing parts rated
from 30 V to 500 V, and so on.)
3. Set Mode to Leakage.
4. Set Polarity to (+).
5. Set Power Dissipation to 0.5 W. (0.4 W on 370)
6. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
7. Set Vertical knob to ten times the maximum leakage current
(IDRM) specified for the device.
Note: The CRT screen readout should show 1% of the maximum leakage current. The vertical scale is divided by 1,000
when leakage mode is used.
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Procedure 2: (+)VDRM, (+)IDRM
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To measure the (+)V DRM and (+)IDRM parameter:
1. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of the test fixture.
2. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage to the rated
V DRM of the device and observe the dot on the CRT. Read
across horizontally from the dot to the vertical current scale.
This measured value is the leakage current.
(Figure AN1006.11)
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Note: Model 370 current is limited to 10 A.
WARNING: Limit test time to 15 seconds maximum. After
the Variable Collector Supply Voltage has been set to IT(peak),
the test time can automatically be set to a short test time by
changing Step Family from repetitive to single by depressing the Single button.
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1. Set Polarity to (+).
3. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until current
reaches rated IT(peak), which is 1.4 times IT(RMS) rating of the
triac under test.
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To measure the VTM (Forward) parameter:
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Procedure 5: VTM (Forward)
2. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
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A Kelvin test fixture is required for this test. If a Kelvin fixture is
not used, an error in measurement of VTM will result due to voltage drop in fixture. If a Kelvin fixture is not available,
Figure AN1006.3 shows necessary information to wire a test
fixture with Kelvin connections.
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To measure V TM, follow along horizontal scale to the point where
the trace crosses the IT(peak) value. The distance from the lefthand side of scale to the crossing point is the VTM value.
(Figure AN1006.12)
Figure AN1006.11 (+)IDRM = 205 nA at (+)VDRM = 600 V
Procedure 3: (-)VDRM, (-)IDRM
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1. Set Polarity to (–).
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2. Repeat Procedures 1 and 2. (Read measurements from
upper right corner of the screen.)
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Procedure 4: VTM (Forward and Reverse)
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1. Set Terminal Selector to Step Generator-Emitter Grounded.
2. Set Step/Offset Amplitude to twice the maximum IGT rating
of the device (to insure the device turns on).
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3. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to 15 V Max
Peak volts. (16 V on 370)
4. Set Offset by depressing 0 (zero).
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Figure AN1006.12 VTM (forward) = 1.1 V at IPK = 11.3 A (8 A rms)
Procedure 6: VTM (Reverse)
5. Set Rate by depressing Norm.
To measure the VTM (Reverse) parameter:
6. Set Step Family by depressing Rep (Repetitive).
1. Set Polarity to (–).
7. Set Mode to Norm.
2. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
8. Set Horizontal knob to 0.5 V/DIV.
9. Set Power Dissipation to 220 W (100 W on 577).
10. Set Number of Steps to 1.
3. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until current
reaches rated IT(peak).
11. Set Step/Offset Polarity to non-inverted (button extended;
on 577 button depressed).
4. Measure V TM(Reverse) similar to Figure AN1006.12, except from
upper right hand corner of screen.
12. Set Vertical knob to a sufficient setting to allow the viewing
of 1.4 times the IT(RMS) rating of the device [IT(peak) on CRT].
Procedure 7: IH(Forward and Reverse)
Note the following:
To measure the IH (Forward and Reverse) parameter:
•
1. Set Step/Offset Amplitude to twice the I GT rating of the
device.
Due to the excessive amount of power that can be generated in
this test, only parts with an IT(RMS) rating of 8 A or less should be
tested on standard curve tracer. If testing devices above 8 A, a
Tektronix model 176 high-current module is required.
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2. Set Power Dissipation to 10 W.
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3. Set Max Peak Volts to 75 V. (80 V on 370)
Procedure 10: IGT
4. Set Mode to DC.
To measure the IGT parameter:
5. Set Horizontal knob to Step Generator.
1. Set Polarity to (+).
6. Set Vertical knob to approximately 10% of the maximum I H
specified.
2. Set Number of Steps to 1. (Set number of steps to 0 (zero)
on 370.)
Note: Due to large variation of holding current values, the
scale may have to be adjusted to observe holding current.
7. Set Number of Steps to 1.
8. Set Step/Offset Polarity to non-inverted (button extended,
on 577 button depressed).
9. Set Offset by depressing 0 (zero). (Press Aid and Oppose at
same time on 370.)
10. Set Terminal Selector to Step Generator-Emitter Grounded.
3. Set Offset by depressing Aid. (On 577, also set Zero button
to Offset. Button is extended.)
4. Set Offset Multiplier to 0 (zero). (Press Aid and Oppose at
same time on 370.)
5. Set Terminal Selector to Step Generator-Emitter Grounded.
6. Set Mode to Norm.
7. Set Max Peak Volts to 15 V. (16 V on 370)
8. Set Power Dissipation to 10 W.
Procedure 8: IH(Forward)
9. Set Step Family by depressing Single.
To measure the IH (Forward) parameter:
10. Set Horizontal knob to 2 V/DIV.
1. Set Polarity to (+).
11. Set Vertical knob to 50 mA/DIV.
2. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
12. Set Step/Offset Polarity to non-inverted position (button
extended, on 577 button depressed).
3. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage to maximum
position (100).
13. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage until voltage
reaches 12 V on CRT.
4. Set Step Family by depressing Single.
14. After 12 V setting is completed, change Horizontal knob to
Step Generator.
This could possibly cause the dot on the CRT to disappear,
depending on the vertical scale selected).
5. Decrease Variable Collector Supply Voltage to the point
where the line on the CRT changes to a dot. The position of
the beginning point of the line, just before the line becomes a
dot, represents the holding current value.
(Figure AN1006.13)
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Procedure 11: IGT – Quadrant I [MT2 (+) Gate (+)]
To measure the IGT – Quadrant I parameter:
1. Set Step/Offset Amplitude to approximately 10% of rated
IGT.
2. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
3. Gradually increase Offset Multiplier until device reaches
conduction point. (Figure AN1006.14) Measure IGT by following horizontal axis to the point where the vertical line passes
through the axis. This measured value is I GT. (On 370, IGT is
numerically displayed on screen under offset value.)
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Figure AN1006.13 I H (Forward) = 8.2 mA
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Procedure 9: IH(Reverse)
To measure the IH (Reverse) parameter:
IGT
1. Set Polarity to (–).
2. Repeat Procedure 7 measuring IH(Reverse). (Read measurements from upper right corner of the screen.)
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Figure AN1006.14 IGT in Quadrant I = 18.8 mA
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Procedure 12: IGT – Quadrant II [MT2 (+) Gate (-)]
9. Set Step Family by depressing Single.
To measure the IGT – Quadrant II parameter:
10. Set Horizontal knob to 2 V/DIV.
1. Set Step/Offside Polarity by depressing Invert (release button on 577).
11. Set Step/Offset Polarity to non-inverted position (button
extended, on 577 button depressed).
2. Set Polarity to (+).
12. Set Current Limit to 500 mA (not available on 577).
3. Set observed dot to bottom right corner of CRT grid by turning the horizontal position knob. When Quadrant II testing is
complete, return dot to original position.
13. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until voltage
reaches 12 V on CRT.
4. Repeat Procedure 11.
14. After 12 V setting is complete, change Horizontal knob to
Step Generator.
Procedure 13: IGT – Quadrant III [MT2 (-) Gate (-)]
Procedure 16: VGT – Quadrant I [MT2 (+) Gate (+)]
To measure the IGT – Quadrant III parameter:
To measure the VGT – Quadrant I parameter:
1. Set Polarity to (–).
1. Set Step/Offset Amplitude to 20% of rated V GT.
2. Set Step/Offset Polarity to non-inverted position (button
extended, on 577 button depressed).
2. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
3. Repeat Procedure 11. (Figure AN1006.15)
3. Gradually increase Offset Multiplier until device reaches
conduction point. (Figure AN1006.16) Measure VGT by following horizontal axis to the point where the vertical line
passes through the axis. This measured value will be V GT.
(On 370, VGT will be numerically displayed on screen under
offset value.)
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Figure AN1006.15 IGT in Quadrant III = 27 mA
Procedure 14: IGT – Quadrant IV [MT2 (-) Gate (+)]
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To measure the IGT – Quadrant IV parameter:
1. Set Polarity to (–).
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Figure AN1006.16 VGT in Quadrant I = 780 mV
2. Set Step/Offset Polarity by depressing Invert (release button on 577).
Procedure 17: VGT – Quadrant II [MT2 (+) Gate (-)]
To measure the VGT – Quadrant II parameter:
3. Set observed dot to top left corner of CRT grid by turning the
Horizontal position knob. When Quadrant IV testing is complete, return dot to original position.
1. Set Step/Offset Polarity by depressing Invert (release button on 577).
4. Repeat Procedure 11.
2. Set Polarity to (+).
Procedure 15: VGT
To measure the VGT parameter:
3. Set observed dot to bottom right corner of CRT grid by turning the horizontal position knob. When Quadrant II testing is
complete, return dot to original position.
1. Set Polarity to (+).
4. Repeat Procedure 16.
2. Set Number of Steps to 1. (Set steps to 0 (zero) on 370.)
3. Set Offset by depressing Aid. (On 577, also set 0 (zero) button to Offset. Button is extended.)
4. Set Offset Multiplier to 0 (zero). (Press Aid and Oppose at
same time on 370.)
5. Set Terminal Selector to Step Generator-Emitter Grounded.
Procedure 18: VGT – Quadrant III [MT2 (-) Gate (-)]
To measure the VGT – Quadrant III parameter:
1. Set Polarity to (–).
2. Set Step/Offset Polarity to non-inverted position (button
extended, on 577 button depressed).
6. Set Mode to Norm.
7. Set Max Peak Volts to 15 V. (16 V on 370)
8. Set Power Dissipation to 10 W.
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7. Set Vertical knob to ten times the maximum leakage current
(IDRM) specified for the device.
3. Repeat Procedure 16. (Figure AN1006.17)
Note: The CRT readout should show 1% of the maximum
leakage current. The vertical scale is divided by 1,000 when
the leakage mode is used.
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Procedure 2: (+)VDRM and (+)IDRM
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1. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
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2. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage to the rated
V DRM of the device and observe the dot on the CRT. (Read
across horizontally from the dot to the vertical current scale.)
This measured value is the leakage current.
(Figure AN1006.18)
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Figure AN1006.17 VGT in Quadrant III = 820 mV
WARNING: Do NOT exceed VDRM/V RRM rating of SCRs, triacs,
or Quadracs. These devices can be damaged.
Procedure 19: VGT – Quadrant IV [MT2 (-) Gate (+)]
To measure the VGT – Quadrant IV parameter:
1. Set Polarity to (–).
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2. Set Step/Offset Polarity by depressing Invert (release button on 577).
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3. Set observed dot to top left corner of CRT grid by turning the
Horizontal position knob. When testing is complete in Quadrant IV, return dot to original position.
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4. Repeat Procedure 16.
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Quadracs
IDRM
Quadracs are simply triacs with an internally-mounted diac. As
with triacs, Quadracs are bidirectional AC switches which are
gate controlled for either polarity of main terminal voltage.
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Figure AN1006.18 (+)I DRM = 51 nA at (+)VDRM = 400 V
Procedure 3: (-)VDRM and (-)IDRM
To connect the Quadrac:
1. Connect Trigger to Base Terminal (B).
To measure the (-)VDRM and (-)IDRM parameter:
2. Connect MT1 to Emitter Terminal (E).
1. Set Polarity to (–).
3. Connect MT2 to Collector Terminal (C).
2. Repeat Procedures 1 and 2. (Read measurements from
upper right corner of screen).
To begin testing, perform the following procedures.
Procedure 1: (+)VDRM, (+)IDRM, (-)VDRM, (-)IDRM
Procedure 4: VBO, IBO, ∆VBO
(Quadrac Trigger Diac or Discrete Diac)
Note: The (+) and (-) symbols are used to designate the polarity
of MT2 with reference to MT1.
To connect the Quadrac:
To measure the (+)V DRM, (+)IDRM, (-)VDRM, and (-)IDRM parameter:
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to appropriate Max Peak Volts for device under test. (Value selected
should be equal to or greater than the device’s V DRM rating).
2. Set Horizontal knob to sufficient scale to allow viewing of
trace at the required voltage level. (The 100 V/DIV scale
should be used for testing devices having a V DRM rating of
600 V or greater; the 50 V/DIV scale for testing parts rated
from 300 V to 500 V, and so on).
3. Set Mode to Leakage.
4. Set Polarity to (+).
5. Set Power Dissipation to 0.5 W. (0.4 W on 370)
6. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
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1. Connect MT1 to Emitter Terminal (E).
2. Connect MT2 to Collector Terminal (C).
3. Connect Trigger Terminal to MT2 Terminal through a 10 Ω
resistor.
To measure the VBO, IBO, and ∆VBO parameter:
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to 75 Max
Peak Volts.(80 V on 370)
2. Set Horizontal knob to 10 V/DIV.
3. Set Vertical knob to 50 µA/DIV.
4. Set Polarity to AC.
5. Set Mode to Norm.
6. Set Power Dissipation to 0.5 W. (0.4 W on 370)
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7. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
Procedure 5: VBO (Positive and Negative)
To measure the VBO (Positive and Negative) parameter:
1. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
2. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage to 55 V (65 V on
370) and apply voltage to the device under test (D.U.T.)
using the Left Hand Selector Switch. The peak voltage at
which current begins to flow is the VBO value.
(Figure AN1006.19)
A Kelvin test fixture is required for this test. If a Kelvin fixture is
not used, an error in measurement of VTM will result due to voltage drop in fixture. If a Kelvin fixture is not available,
Figure AN1006.3 shows necessary information to wire a test
fixture with Kelvin connections.
To measure the VTM (Forward and Reverse) parameter:
1. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
2. Set Max Peak Volts to 75 V. (80 V on 370)
3. Set Mode to Norm.
4. Set Horizontal knob to 0.5 V/DIV.
5. Set Power Dissipation to 220 watts (100 watts on a 577).
6. Set Vertical knob to a sufficient setting to allow the viewing
of 1.4 times the IT(RMS) rating of the device IT(peak) on the CRT.
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Procedure 9: VTM(Forward)
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To measure the VTM (Forward) parameter:
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1. Set Polarity to (+).
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2. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
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3. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until current
reaches rated IT(peak), which is 1.4 times the I T(RMS) rating of
the triac under test.
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Note: Model 370 current is limited to 10 A.
Figure AN1006.19 (+)VBO = 35 V; (-)VBO = 36 V; (±)IBO < 10 A
WARNING: Limit test time to 15 seconds maximum.
Procedure 6: IBO (Positive and Negative)
To measure the IBO (Positive and Negative) parameter, at the VBO point,
measure the amount of device current just before the device
reaches the breakover point. The measured current at this point
is the IBO value.
4. To measure V TM, follow along horizontal scale to the point
where the trace crosses the I T(peak) value. This horizontal distance is the V TM value. (Figure AN1006.20)
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Note: If IBO is less than 10 µA, the current cannot readily be seen
on curve tracer.
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Procedure 7: ∆VBO (Voltage Breakover Symmetry)
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1. Measure positive and negative VBO values per Procedure 5.
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2. Subtract the absolute value of VBO (-) from V BO (+).
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∆V BO = [ I+V BO I - I -V BO I ]
Procedure 8: VTM (Forward and Reverse)
Figure AN1006.20 VTM (Forward) = 1.1 V at IPK = 5.6 A
To test VTM, the Quadrac must be connected the same as when
testing VBO, IBO, and ∆VBO.
Procedure 10: VTM(Reverse)
To connect the Quadrac:
To measure the VTM (Reverse) parameter:
1. Connect MT1 to Emitter Terminal (E).
1. Set Polarity to (–).
2. Connect MT2 to Collector Terminal (C).
2. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
3. Connect Trigger Terminal to MT2 Terminal through a 10 Ω
resistor.
Note the following:
•
Due to the excessive amount of power that can be generated in
this test, only parts with an IT(RMS) rating of 8 A or less should be
tested on standard curve tracer. If testing devices above 8 A, a
Tektronix model 176 high-current module is required.
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3. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until current
reaches rated IT(peak).
4. Measure VTM(Reverse) the same as in Procedure 8. (Read measurements from upper right corner of screen).
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Sidacs
Procedure 11: IH(Forward and Reverse)
For these steps, it is again necessary to connect the Trigger to
MT2 through a 10 Ω resistor. The other connections remain the
same.
2. Set Max Peak Volts to 75 V. (80 V on 370)
The sidac is a bidirectional voltage-triggered switch. Upon application of a voltage exceeding the sidac breakover voltage point,
the sidac switches on through a negative resistance region (similar to a diac) to a low on-state voltage. Conduction continues until
current is interrupted or drops below minimum required holding
current.
3. Set Mode to DC.
To connect the sidac:
To measure the IH (Forward and Reverse) parameter:
1. Set Power Dissipation to 50 W.
4. Set Horizontal knob to 5 V/DIV.
1. Connect MT1 to the Emitter Terminal (E).
5. Set Vertical knob to approximately 10% of the maximum I H
specified.
2. Connect MT2 to the Collector Terminal (C).
Note: Due to large variations of holding current values, the
scale may have to be adjusted to observe holding current.
6. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
To begin testing, perform the following procedures.
Procedure 1: (+) VDRM, (+)IDRM, (-)VDRM, (-)IDRM
Note: The (+) and (-) symbols are used to designate the polarity
of MT2 with reference to MT1.
Procedure 12: IH(Forward)
To measure the (+)VDRM, (+)IDRM, (-)V DRM, and (-)IDRM parameter:
To measure the IH (Forward) parameter:
1. Set Polarity to (+).
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to 1500 Max
Peak Volts.
2. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
2. Set Horizontal knob to 50 V/DIV.
3. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage to maximum
position (100).
4. Set Polarity to (+).
Note: Depending on the vertical scale being used, the dot
may disappear completely from the screen.
4. Decrease Variable Collector Supply Voltage to the point
where the line on the CRT changes to a dot. The position of
the beginning point of the line, just before the line changes to
a dot, represents the I H value. (Figure AN1006.21)
3. Set Mode to Leakage.
5. Set Power Dissipation to 2.2 W. (2 W on 370)
6. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
7. Set Vertical knob to 50 µA/DIV. (Due to leakage mode, the
CRT readout will show 50 nA.)
Procedure 2: (+)VDRM and (+)IDRM
To measure the (+)VDRM and (+)IDRM parameter:
1. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
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2. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage to the rated
V DRM of the device and observe the dot on the CRT. Read
across horizontally from the dot to the vertical current scale.
This measured value is the leakage current.
(Figure AN1006.22)
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Figure AN1006.21 I H (Forward) = 18 mA
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Procedure 13: IH(Reverse)
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To measure the IH (Reverse) parameter:
1. Set Polarity to (–).
2. Continue testing per Procedure 12 for measuring IH (Reverse).
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Figure AN1006.22 IDRM = 50 nA at VDRM = 90 V
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Procedure 3: (-) VDRM and (-) IDRM
Procedure 7: IH(Forward and Reverse)
To measure the (-)V DRM and (-)IDRM parameter:
To measure the IH (Forward and Reverse) parameter:
1. Set Polarity to (–).
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to 1500 Max
Peak Volts (400 V on 577; 2000 V on 370).
2. Repeat Procedures 1 and 2. (Read measurements from
upper right corner of the screen).
2. Set Horizontal knob to a sufficient scale to allow viewing of
trace at the required voltage level (50 V/DIV for devices with
V BO range from 95 V to 215 V and 100 V/DIV for devices
having V BO ≥ 215 V).
Procedure 4: VBO and IBO
To measure the VBO and IBO parameter:
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to 1500 Max
Peak Volts. (2000 V on 370)
2. Set Horizontal knob to a sufficient scale to allow viewing of
trace at the required voltage level (50 V/DIV for 95 V to
215 V V BO range devices and 100 V/DIV for devices having
V BO ≥ 15 V).
3. Set Vertical knob to 50 µA/DIV.
3. Set Vertical knob to 20% of maximum holding current specified.
4. Set Polarity to AC.
5. Set Mode to Norm.
6. Set Power Dissipation to 220 W (100 W on 577).
7. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
4. Set Polarity to AC.
8. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
5. Set Mode to Norm.
WARNING: Limit test time to 15 seconds maximum.
6. Set Power Dissipation to 10 W.
9. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until device
breaks over and turns on. (Figure AN1006.24)
7. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
8. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
location of test fixture.
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To measure the VBO parameter, increase Variable Collector
Supply Voltage until breakover occurs. (Figure AN1006.23) The
voltage at which current begins to flow and voltage on CRT does
not increase is the V BO value.
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Figure AN1006.24 IH = 48 mA in both forward and reverse
directions
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IH is the vertical distance between the center horizontal axis and
the beginning of the line located on center vertical axis.
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Procedure 8: VTM(Forward and Reverse)
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To measure the VTM (Forward and Reverse) parameter:
Figure AN1006.23 (+)VBO = 100 V; (-)VBO = 100 V; (±)IBO < 10 µA
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to 350 Max
Peak Volts. (400 V on 370)
2. Set Horizontal knob to 0.5 V/DIV.
Procedure 6: IBO
To measure the IBO parameter, at the VBO point, measure the
amount of device current just before the device reaches the
breakover mode. The measured current at this point is the IBO
value.
Note: If IBO is less than 10 µA, the current cannot readily be seen
on the curve tracer.
3. Set Vertical knob to 0.5 A/DIV.
4. Set Polarity to (+).
5. Set Mode to Norm.
6. Set Power Dissipation to 220 W (100 W on 577).
7. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
Before continuing with testing, note the following:
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A Kelvin test fixture is required for this test. If a Kelvin fixture is
not used, an error in measurement of VTM will result due to voltage drop in fixture. If a Kelvin fixture is not available,
Figure AN1006.3 shows necessary information to wire a test
fixture with Kelvin Connections.
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3. Set Vertical knob to 50 µA/DIV.
To continue testing, perform the following procedures.
4. Set Polarity to AC.
Procedure 9: VTM(Forward)
5. Set Mode to Norm.
To measure the VTM (Forward) parameter:
1. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
6. Set Power Dissipation to 0.5 W. (0.4 W on 370)
7. Set Terminal Selector to Emitter Grounded-Open Base.
2. Increase Variable Collector Supply Voltage until current
reaches rated I T(peak), which is 1.4 times the I T(RMS) rating of
the sidac.
Procedure 2: VBO
Note: Model 370 current is limited. Set to 400 mA. Check for
1.1 V MAX.
1. Set Left-Right Terminal Jack Selector to correspond with
the location of the test fixture.
WARNING: Limit test time to 15 seconds.
3. To measure V TM, follow along horizontal scale to the point
where the trace crosses the IT(peak) value. This horizontal distance is the V TM value. (Figure AN1006.25)
To measure the VBO parameter:
2. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage to 55 V (65 V for
370) and apply voltage to device under test (D.U.T.), using
Left-Right-Selector Switch. The peak voltage at which current begins to flow is the V BO value. (Figure AN1006.26)
PER
V
E
R
T
PER
V
E
R
T
500
mA
DIV
DIV
+IBO
PER
H
O
R
I
Z
500
mV
H
O
R
I
Z
10
V
PER
IBO
PER
S
T
E
P
IPK
PER
DIV
DIV
VTM
50
A
VBO
+VBO
S
T
E
P
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
()k
DIV
9m
PER
DIV
Figure AN1006.26 (+)V BO = 35 V; (-)VBO = 36 V; (±)IBO < 15 µA;
(-)IBO < 10 µA and Cannot Be Read Easily
Figure AN1006.25 VTM (Forward) = 950 mV at IPK = 1.4 A
Procedure 10: VTM(Reverse)
Procedure 3: IBO
To measure the VTM (Reverse) parameter:
To measure the IBO parameter, at the VBO point, measure the
amount of device current just before the device reaches the
breakover mode. The measured current at this point is the IBO
value.
1. Set Polarity to (–).
2. Repeat Procedure 8 to measure V TM(Reverse).
Note: If IBO is less than 10 µA, the current cannot readily be seen
on the curve tracer.
Diacs
Diacs are voltage breakdown switches used to trigger-on triacs
and non-sensitive SCRs in phase control circuits.
Procedure 4: ∆VBO(Voltage Breakover Symmetry)
To measure the ∆V BO (Voltage Breakover Symmetry) parameter:
Note: Diacs are bi-directional devices and can be connected in
either direction.
1. Measure positive and negative values of V BO as shown in
Figure AN1006.26.
To connect the diac:
2. Subtract the absolute value of V BO(-) from V BO(+).
1. Connect one side of the diac to the Collector Terminal (C).
2. Connect other side of the diac to the Emitter Terminal (E).
The absolute value of the result is:
∆V BO = [ I +V BO I - I -V BO I ]
To begin testing, perform the following procedures.
Procedure 1: Curve Tracer Setup
To set the curve tracer and begin testing:
1. Set Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range to 75 Max
Peak Volts. (80 V on 370)
2. Set Horizontal knob to sufficient scale to allow viewing of
trace at the required voltage level (10 V to 20 V/DIV depending on device being tested).
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Model 370 Curve Tracer Procedure Notes
Because the curve tracer procedures in this application note are
written for the Tektronix model 576 curve tracer, certain settings
must be adjusted when using model 370. Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range and Power Dissipation controls have different
scales than model 576. The following table shows the guidelines
for setting Power Dissipation when using model 370.
(Figure AN1006.27)
Although the maximum power setting on the model 370 curve
tracer is 200 W, the maximum collector voltage available is only
400 V at 220 W. The following table shows the guidelines for
adapting Collector Supply Voltage Range settings for model 370
curve tracer procedures:
Model 576
If voltage range is 15 V,
Model 576
Model 370
Model 370
set at 16 V.
If voltage range is 75 V,
set at 80 V.
set at 0.08 W.
If voltage range is 350 V,
set at 400 V.
If power dissipation is 0.5 W,
set at 0.4 W.
If voltage range is 1500 V,
set at 2000 V.
If power dissipation is 2.2 W,
If power dissipation is 10 W,
set at 2 W.
set at 10 W.
If power dissipation is 50 W,
set at 50 W.
If power dissipation is 220 W,
set at 220 W.
If power dissipation is 0.1 W,
The following table shows the guidelines for adapting terminal
selector knob settings for model 370 curve tracer procedures:
Model 576
Model 370
If Step generator (base) is emitter grounded, then Base Step generator is
emitter common.
If Emitter grounded is open base,
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HORIZONTAL
VOLTAGE CONTROL
PROGRAMMABLE
CURVE TRACER
DISPLAY
INTENSITY
SETUP
MEMORY
Note: All Voltage
Settings Will Be
Referenced to
"Collector"
STEP GENERATOR
HORIZONTAL
VOLTS/DIV
VERTICAL
CURRENT/DIV
VERT/DIV
POLARITY
CURSOR
STEP/OFFSET
AMPLITUDE
COLLECTOR
HORZ/DIV
CURSOR
CRT
STEP/OFFSET
POLARITY
STEP/OFFSET
AMPLITUDE
(AMPS/VOLTS)
PER STEP
OFFSET
OFFSET
OFFSET
OR gm/DIV
CURSOR
POSITION
AUX SUPPLY
GPIB
PLOTTER
MEASUREMENT
STEP
FAMILY
AUX SIPPLY
COLLECTOR SUPPLY
VARIABLE
COLLECTOR
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
RANGE
TERMINAL
JACKS
CONFIGURATION
COLLECTOR SUPPLY
MAX PEAK
VOLTS
C
C
C
SENSE
MT2/ANODE
MAX PEAK
POWER
WATTS
POLARITY
C
SENSE
VARIABLE
GATE/TRIGGER
B
LEFT
B
SENSE
B
E
SENSE
RIGHT
E
MAX PEAK
POWER
(POWER DISSIPATION)
B
SENSE
VARIABLE
COLLECTOR
SUPPLY
VOLTAGE
E
SENSE
E
BOTH
POWER
LEFT-RIGHT SELECTOR
FOR TERMINAL JACKS
MT1/CATHODE
KELVIN TERMINALS
USED WHEN
MEASURING V TM OR V FM
TERMINAL
SELECTOR
Figure AN1006.27 Tektronix Model 370 Curve Tracer
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Model 577 Curve Tracer Procedure Notes
Because the curve tracer procedures in this application note are written for the Tektronix model 576 curve tracer, certain settings must
be adjusted when using model 577. Model 576 curve tracer has separate controls for polarity (AC,+,-) and mode (Norm, DC, Leakage),
whereas Model 577 has only a polarity control. The following table shows the guidelines for setting Collector Supply Polarity when
using model 577. (Figure AN1006.28)
Model 576
Model 577
If using Leakage mode along with polarity setting of +(NPN) and -(PNP),
[vertical scale divided by 1,000],
set Collector Supply Polarity to either +DC or -DC, depending on polarity setting
specified in the procedure. The vertical scale is read directly from the scale on the
control knob.
set Collector Supply Polarity to either +DC or -DC depending on polarity
specified.
If using DC mode along with either +(NPN) or -(PNP) polarity,
If using Norm mode along with either +(NPN) or -(PNP) polarity,
set Collector Supply Polarity to either +(NPN) or -(PNP) per specified procedure.
If using Norm mode with AC polarity,
set Collector Supply Polarity to AC.
One difference between models 576 and 577 is the Step/Offset
Polarity setting. The polarity is inverted when the button is
depressed on the Model 576 curve tracer. The Model 577 is
opposite  the Step/Offset Polarity is “inverted” when the button
is extended and “Normal” when the button is depressed. The
Step/Offset Polarity is used only when measuring IGT and VGT of
triacs and Quadracs in Quadrants l through lV.
Also, the Variable Collector Supply Voltage Range and Power
Dissipation controls have different scales than model 576. The
following table shows the guidelines for setting Power Dissipation
when using model 577.
Model 576
Model 577
If power dissipation is 0.1 W,
set at 0.15 W.
If power dissipation is 0.5 W,
If power dissipation is 2.2 W,
set at 0.6 W.
set at 2.3 W.
If power dissipation is 10 W,
If power dissipation is 50 W,
set at 9 W.
set at 30 W.
If power dissipation is 220 W,
set at 100 W.
Although the maximum power setting on model 576 curve tracer
is 220 W (compared to 100 W for model 577), the maximum collector current available is approximately the same. This is due to
the minimum voltage range on model 577 curve tracer being
6.5 V compared to 15 V for model 576. The following table shows
the guidelines for adapting Collector Voltage Supply Range settings for model 577 curve tracer procedures:
Model 576
Model 577
If voltage range is 15 V,
set at either 6.5 V or 25 V, depending on parameter
being tested. Set at 6.5 V when measuring VTM (to
allow maximum collector current) and set at 25 V
when measuring IGT and VGT.
If voltage range is 75 V,
If voltage range is 1500 V,
set at 100 V.
set at 1600 V.
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BRIGHTNESS
STORE
INTENSITY
CRT
FOCUS
Adjust for
best focus
BEAM
FINDER
VARIABLE COLLECTOR
SUPPLY VOLTAGE RANGE
VARIABLE COLLECTOR
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
POWER
STEP
FAMILY
VARIABLE
COLLECTOR%
Avoid
extremely
bright display
STEP
GENERATOR
SECTION
STEP/OFFSET
AMPLIFIER
MAX PEAK
VOLTS
NUMBER OF STEPS
MAX PEAK POWER
(POWER DISSIPATION)
OFFSET
MULTI
Watch high power
settings. Can damage
device under test
STEP/OFFSET
POLARITY
POLARITY
COLLECTOR SUPPLY
POLARITY
POSITION
DISPLAY
Indicates
Collector
Supply
Disabled
STEP
RATE
POSITION
HORIZONTAL
VOLTAGE CONTROL
Note: All Voltage
Settings Will Be
Referenced to
"Collector"
COLLECTOR SUPPLY
Terminal Selector
TERMINAL
JACKS
MT2/ANODE
C
GATE/TRIGGER
B
MT1/CATHODE
E
C
SENSE
C
C
SENSE
B
E
SENSE
E
Indicates Dangerous
Voltages on Test
jacks
E
SENSE
VERTICAL
(off)
LEFT-RIGHT
SELECTOR FOR
TERMINAL JACKS
LEFT
RIGHT
KELVIN TERMINALS
USED WHEN MEASURING VTM OR VFM
VARIABLE
VOLTAGE
LOOPING
COMPENSATION
STEP GEN
OUTPUT
VARIABLE
OUTPUT
VERTICAL CURRENT
SUPPLY
GROUND
EXT BASE
OR EMIT
INPUT
Figure AN1006.28 Tektronix Model 577 Curve Tracer
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7
Thyristors Used as AC Static Switches and Relays
Introduction
Since the SCR and the triac are bistable devices, one of their
broad areas of application is in the realm of signal and power
switching. This application note describes circuits in which these
thyristors are used to perform simple switching functions of a
general type that might also be performed non-statically by various mechanical and electromechanical switches. In these applications, the thyristors are used to open or close a circuit
completely, as opposed to applications in which they are used to
control the magnitude of average voltage or energy being delivered to a load. These latter types of applications are described in
detail in “Phase Control Using Thyristors” (AN1003).
would be 25 mA since Q 1 has a 25 mA maximum IGT rating. Additionally, no arcing of a current value greater than 25 mA when
opening S 1 will occur when controlling an inductive load. It is
important also to note that the triac Q1 is operating in Quadrants I
and III, the more sensitive and most suitable gating modes for triacs. The voltage rating of S1 (mechanical switch or reed switch)
must be equivalent to or greater than line voltage applied.
Load
RL
R1
100 Ω
Static AC Switches
S1
For
Inductive
Loads
Triac
Normally Open Circuit
Control
Device
The circuit shown in Figure AN1007.1 provides random (anywhere in half-cycle), fast turn-on (<10 µs) of AC power loads and
is ideal for applications with a high-duty cycle. It eliminates completely the contact sticking, bounce, and wear associated with
conventional electromechanical relays, contactors, and so on. As
a substitute for control relays, thyristors can overcome the differential problem; that is, the spread in current or voltage between
pickup and dropout because thyristors effectively drop out every
half cycle. Also, providing resistor R1 is chosen correctly, the circuits are operable over a much wider voltage range than is a
comparable relay. Resistor R 1 is provided to limit gate current
(IGTM) peaks. Its resistance plus any contact resistance (RC) of the
control device and load resistance (RL) should be just greater
than the peak supply voltage divided by the peak gate current
rating of the triac. If R 1 is set too high, the triacs may not trigger
at the beginning of each cycle, and phase control of the load will
result with consequent loss of load voltage and waveform distortion. For inductive loads, an RC snubber circuit, as shown in Figure AN1007.1, is required. However, a snubber circuit is not
required when an alternistor is used.
Figure AN1007.2 illustrates an analysis to better understand a
typical static switch circuit. The circuit operation occurs when
switch S1 is closed, since the triac Q1 will initially be in the blocking condition. Current flow will be through load R L, S1, R 1, and
gate to MT1 junction of the thyristor. When this current reaches
the required value of IGT, the MT2 to MT1 junctions will switch to
the conduction state and the voltage from MT2 to MT1 will be VT.
As the current approaches the zero crossing, the load current will
fall below holding current turning the triac Q 1 device off until it is
refired in the next half cycle. Figure AN1007.3 illustrates the voltage waveform appearing across the MT2 to MT1 terminals of Q1.
Note that the maximum peak value of current which S1 will carry
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R2
100 Ω
VRMS
Reed
Switch
C1
0.1 µF
R1 ≥
√2•V
IGTM
Figure AN1007.1
(RL + RC) Where IGTM is Peak Gate Current
Rating of Triac
Basic Triac Static Switch
Load
MT2
RL
Q1
Q2008L4
S1
AC Voltage Input
120 V rms, 60 Hz
VIN
+ I GT
- I GT
Figure AN1007.2
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G
R1
V GT
MT1
Analysis of Static Switch
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Normally Closed Circuit
With a few additional components, the thyristor can provide a
normally closed static switch function. The critical design portion
of this static switch is a clamping device to turn off/eliminate gate
drive and maintain very low power dissipation through the clamping component plus have low by-pass leakage around the power
thyristor device. In selecting the power thyristor for load requirements, gate sensitivity becomes critical to maintain low power
requirements. Either sensitive SCRs or sensitive logic triacs must
be considered, which limits the load in current capacity and type.
However, this can be broader if an extra stage of circuitry for gating is permitted.
120 V rms (170 V peak)
VP+
VT+
≅1 V rms or 1.6 V peak MAX
θ
VT-
Figure AN1007.4 illustrates an application using a normally
closed circuit driving a sensitive SCR for a simple but precise
temperature controller. The same basic principle could be applied
to a water level controller for a motor or solenoid. Of course, SCR
and diode selection would be changed depending on load current
requirements.
V P-
Figure AN1007.3
Waveform Across Static Switch
1000 W Heater Load
A typical example would be in the application of this type circuit
for the control of 5 A resistive load with 120 V rms input voltage.
Choosing a value of 100 Ω for R1 and assuming a typical value of
1 V for the gate to MT1 (VGT) voltage, we can solve for VP by the
following:
CR1
CR2
SCR1
S2010LS2
120 V ac
60 CPS
V P = IGT (R L + R 1) + V GT
Note: RC is not included since it is negligible.
V P = 0.025 (24 + 100) + 1.0 = 4.1 V
CR3
CR4
Additionally the turn-on angle is
θ = Sin
–1
4.1
--------------------170V PK
0.1 µF
[ θ = 1.4°]
R1
510 k
Twist Leads to Minimize
Pickup
The power lost by the turn-on angle is essentially zero. The
power dissipation in the gate resistor is very minute. A 100 Ω,
0.25 W rated resistor may safely be used. The small turn-on
angle also ensures that no appreciable RFI is generated.
Hg in Glass Thermostat
Figure AN1007.4
The relay circuit shown in Figure AN1007.1 and Figure AN1007.2
has several advantages in that it eliminates contact bounce,
noise, and additional power consumption by an energizing coil
and can carry an in-rush current of many times its steady state
rating.
The control device S 1 indicated can be either electrical or
mechanical in nature. Light-dependent resistors and light- activated semiconductors, optocoupler, magnetic cores, and magnetic reed switches are all suitable control elements. Regardless
of the switch type chosen, it must have a voltage rating equal to
or greater than the peak line voltage applied. In particular, the
use of hermetically sealed reed switches as control elements in
combination with triacs offers many advantages. The reed switch
can be actuated by passing DC current through a small coiled
wire or by the proximity of a small magnet. In either case, complete electrical isolation exists between the control signal input,
which may be derived from many sources, and the switched
power output. Long life of the triac/reed switch combination is
ensured by the minimal volt-ampere switching load placed on the
reed switch by the triac triggering requirements. The thyristor ratings determine the amount of load power that can be switched.
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Normally Closed Temperature Controller
A mercury-in-glass thermostat is an extremely sensitive measuring instrument, capable of sensing changes in temperature as
small as 0.1 °C. Its major limitation lies in its very low currenthandling capability for reliability and long life, and contact current
should be held below 1 mA. In the circuit of Figure AN1007.4, the
S2010LS2 SCR serves as both current amplifier for the Hg thermostat and as the main load switching element.
With the thermostat open, the SCR will trigger each half cycle
and deliver power to the heater load. When the thermostat
closes, the SCR can no longer trigger and the heater shuts off.
Maximum current through the thermostat in the closed position is
less than 250 µA rms.
Figure AN1007.5 shows an all solid state, optocoupled, normally
closed switch circuit. By using a low voltage SBS triggering
device, this circuit can turn on with only a small delay in each half
cycle and also keep gating power low. When the optocoupled
transistor is turned on, the gate drive is removed with only a few
milliamps of bypass current around the triac power device. Also,
by use of the BS08D and 0.1 µF, less sensitive triacs and alternistors can be used to control various types of high current loads.
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wave voltage as illustrated in Figure AN1007.2. The load resistance is also important, since it can also limit the amount of available triac gate current. A 100 Ω gate resistor would be a better
choice in most 120 V applications with loads greater than 200 W
and optocouplers from Quality Technologies or Vishay with optocoupler output triacs that can handle 1.7 A PK (ITSM rating) for a
few microseconds at the peak of the line. For loads less than
200 W, the resistor can be dropped to 22 Ω. Remember that if the
gate resistor is too large in value, the triac will not turn on at all or
not turn on fully, which can cause excessive power dissipation in
the gate resistor, causing it to burn out. Also, the voltage and dv/
dt rating of the optocoupler's output device must be equal to or
greater than the voltage and dv/dt rating of the triac or alternistor
it is driving.
Load
Q2008L4
Triac
51 k
120 V ac
BS08D
(4) IN4004
0.02 µF
+
Figure AN1007.7 illustrates a circuit with a dv/dt snubber network
included. This is a typical circuit presented by optocoupler manufacturers.
PS2502
Figure AN1007.5
Normally Closed Switch Circuit
Hot
ZL
Optocoupled Driver Circuits
Random Turn-on, Normally Open
VCC
Rin 1
2
4
180
MT2
G
Optocoupler Circuit for Inductive Loads (Triac or
Alternistor)
Both resistors should then be standardized and lowered to
100 Ω. Again, this sum resistance needs to be low, allowing as
much gate current as possible without exceeding the instantaneous current rating of the opto output triac or triac gate junction.
By having 100 Ω for current limit in either direction from the
capacitor, the optocoupler output triac and power triac can be
protected against di/dt produced by the capacitor. Of course, it is
most important that the capacitor be connected between proper
terminals of triac. For example, if the capacitor and series resistor are accidentally connected between the gate and MT2, the
triac will turn on from current produced by the capacitor, resulting
in loss of control.
MT1
Load Could Be
in Either Leg
Optocoupled Circuit for Resistive Loads (Triac or
Alternistor)
A common mistake in this circuit is to make the series gate resistor too large in value. A value of 180 Ω is shown in a typical application circuit by optocoupler manufacturers. The 180 Ω is based
on limiting the current to 1 A peak at the peak of a 120 V line
input. This is good for protection of the optocoupler output triac,
as well as the gate of the power triac on a 120 V line; however, it
must be lowered if a 24 V line is being controlled, or if the R L
(resistive load) is 200 W or less. This resistor limits current for
worst case turn-on at the peak line voltage, but it also sets turnon point (conduction angle) in the sine wave, since triac gate current is determined by this resistor and produced from the sine
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120 V
60 Hz
Neutral
Figure AN1007.6
G
This “T” circuit hinges around one capacitor to increase dv/dt
capability to either the optocoupler output triac or the power triac.
The sum of the two resistors then forms the triac gate resistor.
2
4
0.1 µF
C1
120 V
60 Hz
Hot
RL
6
100
Neutral
Figure AN1007.7
VCC
100
MT2
Many applications use optocouplers to drive thyristors. The combination of a good optocoupler and a triac or alternistor makes an
excellent, inexpensive solid state relay. Application information
provided by the optocoupler manufacturers is not always best for
application of the power thyristor. Figure AN1007.6 shows a standard circuit for a resistive load.
Rin 1
6
For low current (mA) and/or highly inductive loads, it may be necessary to have a latching network (3.3 kΩ + 0.047 µF) connected
directly across the power triac. The circuit shown in Figure
AN1007.8 illustrates the additional latching network.
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Rin 1
6
180
Load could be here
instead of lower location
180
Vcc
5
2
Rin
3.3 k
MT2
1
Input
G
180 Ω for 120 V ac
360 Ω for 240 V ac
240 V ac
0.1 µF
4
6
MT1
3
Hot
MT2
5
2
100 Ω
G
MT1
120/240 V ac
4
0.047 µF
3
Triac or
Alternistor
0.1µf
Neutral
Load
Figure AN1007.8
Load
Optocoupler Circuit for Lower Current Inductive
Loads (Triac or Alternistor)
Figure AN1007.10
In this circuit, the series gate resistors are increased to 180 Ω
each, since a 240 V line is applied. Note that the load is placed
on the MT1 side of the power triac to illustrate that load placement is not important for the circuit to function properly.
Also note that with standard U.S. residential 240 V home wiring,
both sides of the line are hot with respect to ground (no neutral).
Therefore, for some 240 V line applications, it will be necessary
to have a triac switch circuit in both sides of the 240 V line input.
If an application requires back-to-back SCRs instead of a triac or
alternistor, the circuit shown in Figure AN1007.9 may be used.
6
1
Rin
NSSCR
A
4
100
3
120 V ac
A
K
5
2
100
G
Vcc
NS-SCR
G
K
0.1µF
Load
Figure AN1007.9
Optocoupled Circuit for Heavy-duty Inductive Loads
All application comments and recommendations for optocoupled
switches apply to this circuit. However, the snubber network can
be applied only across the SCRs as shown in the illustration. The
optocoupler should be chosen for best noise immunity. Also, the
voltage rating of the optocoupler output triac must be equal to or
greater than the voltage rating of SCRs.
Summary of Random Turn-on Relays
As shown in Figure AN1007.10, if the voltage across the load is
to be phase controlled, the input control circuitry must be synchronized to the line frequency and the trigger pulses delayed
from zero crossing every half cycle. If the series gate resistor is
chosen to limit the peak current through the opto-driver to less
than 1 A, then on a 120 V ac line the peak voltage is 170 V;
therefore, the resistor is 180 Ω. On a 240 V ac line the peak voltage is 340 V; therefore, the resistor should be 360 Ω. These gate
pulses are only as long as the device takes to turn on (typically,
5 µs to 6 µs); therefore, 0.25 W resistor is adequate.
Random Turn-on Triac Driver
Select the triac for the voltage of the line being used, the current
through the load, and the type of load. Since the peak voltage of
a 120 V ac line is 170 V, you would choose a 200 V (MIN) device.
If the application is used in an electrically noisy industrial environment, a 400 V device should be used. If the line voltage to be
controlled is 240 V ac with a peak voltage of 340 V, then use at
least a 400 V rated part or 600 V for more design margin. Selection of the voltage rating of the opto-driver must be the same or
higher than the rating of the power triac. In electrically noisy
industrial locations, the dv/dt rating of the opto-driver and the
triac must be considered.
The RMS current through the load and main terminals of the triac
should be approximately 70% of the maximum rating of the
device. However, a 40 A triac should not be chosen to control a
1 A load due to low latching and holding current requirements.
Remember that the case temperature of the triac must be maintained at or below the current versus temperature curve specified
on its data sheet. As with all semiconductors the lower the case
temperature the better the reliability. Opto-driven gates normally
do not use a sensitive gate triac. The opto-driver can supply up to
1 A gate pulses and less sensitive gate triacs have better dv/dt
capability. If the load is resistive, it is acceptable to use a standard triac. However, if the load is a heavy inductive type, then an
alternistor triac, or back-to-back SCRs as shown in Figure
AN1007.9, is recommended. A series RC snubber network may
or may not be necessary when using an alternistor triac. Normally a snubber network is not needed when using an alternistor
because of its high dv/dt and dv/dt(c) capabilities. However,
latching network as described in Figure AN1007.8 may be
needed for low current load variations.
Zero Crossing Turn-on, Normally Open
Relay Circuits
When a power circuit is mechanically switched on and off
mechanically, generated high-frequency components are generated that can cause interference problems such as RFI. When
power is initially applied, a step function of voltage is applied to
the circuit which causes a shock excitation. Random switch
opening stops current off, again generating high frequencies. In
addition, abrupt current interruption in an inductive circuit can
lead to high induced-voltage transients.
The latching characteristics of thyristors are ideal for eliminating
interference problems due to current interruption since these
devices can only turn off when the on-state current approaches
zero, regardless of load power factor.
On the other hand, interference-free turn-on with thyristors
requires special trigger circuits. It has been proven experimen-
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tally that general purpose AC circuits will generate minimum
electromagnetic interference (EMI) if energized at zero voltage.
Load could be here
instead of lower location
The ideal AC circuit switch, therefore, consists of a contact which
closes at the instant when voltage across it is zero and opens at
the instant when current through it is zero. This has become
known as “zero-voltage switching.”
Rin
22
6
1
Input
For applications that require synchronized zero-crossing turn-on,
the illustration in Figure AN1007.11 shows a circuit which incorporates an optocoupler with a built-in zero-crossing detector
100 Ω
3
MT1
G
Zero
Crossing
Circuit
Hot
MT2
5
2
120/240 V ac
4
Triac or
Alternistor
0.1µf
Neutral
Load
Rin
1
6
22
Vcc
Figure AN1007.12
Hot
5
MT2
Zero Crossing Turn-on Opto Triac Driver
100
2
4
3
Zero
Crossing
Circuit
G
120 V ac
MT1
Load
Non-sensitive Gate SCRs
0.1 µF
100
Rin 1
6
G
Neutral
K
Load
Input
2
Figure AN1007.11
Optocoupled Circuit with Zero-crossing Turn-on
(Triac or Alternistor)
3
Also, this circuit includes a dv/dt snubber network connected
across the power triac. This typical circuit illustrates switching the
hot line; however, the load may be connected to either the hot or
neutral line. Also, note that the series gate resistor is low in value
(22 Ω), which is possible on a 120 V line and above, since zerocrossing turn-on is ensured in any initial half cycle.
A
5
G
A
4
Zero
Crossing
Circuit
120/240 V ac
K
22
0.1µF
Load could be here
instead of lower location
Figure AN1007.13
Zero Crossing Turn-on Non-sensitive SCR Driver
Load
Sensitive Gate SCRs
Summary of Zero Crossing Turn-on Circuits
1K
Rin 1
Zero voltage crossing turn-on opto-drivers are designed to limit
turn-on voltage to less than 20 V. This reduces the amount of RFI
and EMI generated when the thyristor switches on. Because of
this zero turn-on, these devices cannot be used to phase control
loads. Therefore, speed control of a motor and dimming of a
lamp cannot be accomplished with zero turn-on opto-couplers.
Since the voltage is limited to 20 V or less, the series gate resistor that limits the gate drive current has to be much lower with a
zero crossing opto-driver. With typical inhibit voltage of 5 V, an
alternistor triac gate could require a 160 mA at -30 °C (5 V/
0.16 A = 31 Ω gate resistor). If the load has a high inrush current,
then drive the gate of the triac with as much current as reliably
possible but stay under the ITSM rating of the opto-driver. By using
22 Ω for the gate resistor, a current of at least 227 mA is supplied
with only 5 V, but limited to 909 mA if the voltage goes to 20 V. As
shown in Figure AN1007.12, Figure AN1007.13, and Figure
AN1007.14, a 22 Ω gate resistor is a good choice for various
zero crossing controllers.
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4
Zero
Crossing
Circuit
* Gate Diodes to Have
Same PIV as SCRs
Figure AN1007.14
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100
G
5
2
3
*
6
22
1K
K
A
A G
K
120/240 V ac
*
0.1 µF
Load could be here
instead of lower location
Zero Crossing Turn-on Opto-sensitive Gate SCR
Driver
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Time Delay Relay Circuit
IR Motion Control
By combining a 555 timer IC with a triac, various time delays of
several seconds can be achieved for delayed activation of solid
state relays or switches. Figure AN1007.15 shows a solid state
timer delay relay using a sensitive gate triac and a 555 timer IC.
The 555 timer precisely controls time delay of operation using an
external resistor and capacitor, as illustrated by the resistor and
capacitor combination curves. (Figure AN1007.16)
An example of a more complex triac switch is an infrared (IR)
motion detector controller circuit. Some applications for this circuit are alarm systems, automatic lighting, and auto doorbells.
Figure AN1007.17 shows an easy- to-implement automatic lighting system using an infrared motion detector control circuit. A
commercially available LSI circuit HT761XB, from Holtek, integrates most of the analog functions. This LSI chip, U2, contains
the op amps, comparators, zero crossing detection, oscillators,
and a triac output trigger. An external RC that is connected to the
OSCD pin determines the output trigger pulse width. (Holtek
Semiconductor Inc. is located at No.3, Creation Road II, ScienceBased Industrial Park, Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C.) Device U1 provides the infrared sensing. Device R13 is a photo sensor that
serves to prevent inadvertent triggering under daylight or other
high light conditions.
1K
LOAD
MT2
10 K
3
8
4
2
5
555
120 V
60 Hz
Choosing the right triac depends on the load characteristics. For
example, an incandescent lamp operating at 110 V requires a
200 V, 8 A triac. This gives sufficient margin to allow for the high
current state during lamp burn out. U2 provides a minimum output triac negative gate trigger current of 40 mA, thus operating in
QII & QIII. This meets the requirements of a 25 mA gate triac.
Teccor also offers alternistor triacs for inductive load conditions.
C
1 µF
1
0.1 µF
G MT1
R
10 M
6
7
0.01 µF
1N4003
-10 V
Figure AN1007.15
_
3.5 K
250 V
1N4740
+
10 µF
555 timer circuit with 10 second delay
This circuit has three operating modes (ON, AUTO, OFF), which
can be set through the mode pin. While the LSI chip is working in
the auto mode, the user can override it and switch to the test
mode, or manual on mode, or return to the auto mode by switching the power switch. More information on this circuit, such as
mask options for the infrared trigger pulse and flash options, are
available in the Holtek HT761X General Purpose PIR Controller
specifications.
100
Ω
1
10
M
M
Ω
KΩ
10
0
KΩ
10
KΩ
1.0
1
C, (CAPACITANCE) (µF)
10
0.1
0.01
0.001
10ms
100ms
1ms
10ms
100ms
1.0
10
100
td TIME DELAY (s)
Figure AN1007.16
Resistor (R) and capacitor (C) combination curves
C7
3900pF
R6
1M
C3
100pF
AC+
110
1
2
SW1
ON/OFF
OVERRIDE
R7
1M
C8
0.1µF
LP1
Lamp
60 to
600
Watt
5
6
R9
1M
7
8
R2
2.4M
D4
1N4002
OP20
TRIAC
OP2N
OSCD
OP2P
OSCS
OP10
ZC
OP1N
CDS
OP1P
MODE
RSTB
VDD
VEE
HT761XB
-16 DIP/SOP
AUTO
C10
0.33µF
350V
OFF
D5
1N4002
R14
68W 2W
SW2
Mode
VSS
C5
0.02µF
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
C12
22µF
9
C11
330µF
C2
0.02µF
R4
1M
C13
0.02µF
C9
10µF
56K
2
3
G
S
D
D1
12V
R12
22K
R3
C4
100µF
*R10
D2
1N4002
R5
22K
ON
R9
1M
Q1
TRIAC
Q2008L4
3
4
R8 569K
D3
1N4002
C6
22µF
U2
1
U1
PIR
SD622
(Nippon
Ceramic)
R13
CDS
C1
100µF
AC
Figure AN1007.17
I R motion control circuit
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8
Explanation of Maximum Ratings and
Characteristics for Thyristors
Introduction
VDRM: Peak Repetitive Forward (Off-state) Voltage
Data sheets for SCRs and triacs give vital information regarding
maximum ratings and characteristics of thyristors. If the maximum ratings of the thyristors are surpassed, possible irreversible damage may occur. The characteristics describe various
pertinent device parameters which are guaranteed as either minimums or maximums. Some of these characteristics relate to the
ratings but are not ratings in themselves. The characteristic does
not define what the circuit must provide or be restricted to, but
defines the device characteristic. For example, a minimum value
is indicated for the dv/dt because this value depicts the guaranteed worst-case limit for all devices of the specific type. This minimum dv/dt value represents the maximum limit that the circuit
should allow.
SCR
The peak repetitive forward (off-state) voltage rating (Figure
AN1008.1) refers to the maximum peak forward voltage which
may be applied continuously to the main terminals (anode, cathode) of an SCR. This rating represents the maximum voltage the
SCR should be required to block in the forward direction. The
SCR may or may not go into conduction at voltages above the
VDRM rating. This rating is specified for an open-gate condition
and gate resistance termination. A positive gate bias should be
avoided since it will reduce the forward-voltage blocking capability. The peak repetitive forward (off-state) voltage rating applies
for case temperatures up to the maximum rated junction temperature.
Triac
Maximum Ratings
VRRM: Peak Repetitive Reverse Voltage — SCR
The peak repetitive reverse voltage rating is the maximum peak
reverse voltage that may be continuously applied to the main terminals (anode, cathode) of an SCR. (Figure AN1008.1) An opengate condition and gate resistance termination is designated for
this rating. An increased reverse leakage can result due to a positive gate bias during the reverse voltage exposure time of the
SCR. The repetitive peak reverse voltage rating relates to case
temperatures up to the maximum rated junction temperature.
The peak repetitive off-state voltage rating should not be surpassed on a typical, non-transient, working basis. (Figure
AN1008.2) VDRM should not be exceeded even instantaneously.
This rating applies for either positive or negative bias on main
terminal 2 at the rated junction temperature. This voltage is less
than the minimum breakover voltage so that breakover will not
occur during operation. Leakage current is controlled at this voltage so that the temperature rise due to leakage power does not
contribute significantly to the total temperature rise at rated current.
+I
+I
Voltage Drop (VT) at
Specified Current (iT)
Voltage Drop (VT) at
Specified Current (iT)
Reverse Leakage
Current - (IRRM) at
Specified VRRM
Off-state Leakage
Current – (IDRM) at
Specified VDRM
Off - State Leakage
Current - (IDRM) at
Specified VDRM
Minimum Holding
Current (IH)
Minimum Holding
Current (IH)
-V
-V
+V
+V
Reverse
Breakdown
Voltage
Specified Minimum
Off-state
Blocking
Voltage (VDRM)
Specified Minimum
Off - State
Blocking
Voltage (VDRM)
Specified Minimum
Reverse Blocking
Voltage (VRRM)
Figure AN1008.1
Latching Current (IL)
Latching Current (IL)
-I
Forward
Breakover
Voltage
-I
Figure AN1008.2
Breakover
Voltage
V-I Characteristics of Triac Device
V-I Characteristics of SCR Device
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IT: Current Rating
SCR
The dissipation for non-sinusoidal waveshapes can be determined in several ways. Graphically plotting instantaneous dissipation as a function of time is one method. The total maximum
allowable power dissipation (PD) may be determined using the
following equation for temperature rise:
T J ( MAX ) – T
P D = ----------------------------------CR θJC
where TJ(max) is the maximum rated junction temperature (at
zero rated current), T C is the actual operating case temperature,
and RθJC is the published junction-to-case thermal resistance.
Transient thermal resistance curves are required for short interval pulses.
Triac
The limiting factor for RMS current is determined by multiplying
power dissipation by thermal resistance. The resulting current
value will ensure an operating junction temperature within maximum value. For convenience, dissipation is converted to RMS
current at a 360° conduction angle. The same RMS current can
be used at a conduction angle of less than 360°. For information
on non-sinusoidal waveshapes and a discussion of dissipation,
refer to the preceding description of SCR current rating.
ITSM: Peak Surge (Non-repetitive) On-state
Current — SCR and Triac
The peak surge current is the maximum peak current that may be
applied to the device for one full cycle of conduction without
device degradation. The maximum peak current is usually specified as sinusoidal at 50 Hz or 60 Hz. This rating applies when the
device is conducting rated current before the surge and, thus,
with the junction temperature at rated values before the surge.
The junction temperature will surpass the rated operating temperature during the surge, and the blocking capacity may be
decreased until the device reverts to thermal equilibrium.
The surge-current curve in Figure AN1008.3 illustrates the peak
current that may be applied as a function of surge duration. This
surge curve is not intended to depict an exponential current
decay as a function of applied overload. Instead, the peak current
shown for a given number of cycles is the maximum peak surge
permitted for that time period. The current must be derated so
that the peak junction temperature during the surge overload
does not exceed maximum rated junction temperature if blocking
is to be retained after a surge.
Peak Surge (Non-repetitive)
On-state Current (I TSM ) – Amps
For RMS and average currents, the restricting factor is usually
confined so that the power dissipated during the on state and as
a result of the junction-to-case thermal resistance will not produce a junction temperature in excess of the maximum junction
temperature rating. Power dissipation is changed to RMS and
average current ratings for a 60 Hz sine wave with a 180° conduction angle. The average current for conduction angles less
than 180° is derated because of the higher RMS current connected with high peak currents. The DC current rating is higher
than the average value for 180° conduction since no RMS component is present.
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Maximum Rated Value at Specified
Case Temperature
1000
400
300
250
40 A
TO-2
1
Notes:
1) Gate control may be lost
during and immediately
following surge current interval.
2) Overload may not be repeated
until junction temperature has
returned to steady-state
rated value.
8
150
120
100
80
25 A
T0-2
20
60
50
40
15 A
T O -2
30
20
20
10
1
10
100
1000
Surge Current Duration – Full Cycles
Figure AN1008.3
Peak Surge Current versus Surge Current Duration
ITM: Peak Repetitive On-state Current — SCR and Triac
The ITM rating specifies the maximum peak current that may be
applied to the device during brief pulses. When the device operates under these circumstances, blocking capability is maintained. The minimum pulse duration and shape are defined and
control the applied di/dt. The operating voltage, the duty factor,
the case temperature, and the gate waveform are also defined.
This rating must be followed when high repetitive peak currents
are employed, such as in pulse modulators, capacitive-discharge
circuits, and other applications where snubbers are required.
di/dt: Rate-of-change of On-state Current — SCR and Triac
The di/dt rating specifies the maximum rate-of-rise of current
through a thyristor device during turn-on. The value of principal
voltage prior to turn-on and the magnitude and rise time of the
gate trigger waveform during turn-on are among the conditions
under which the rating applies. If the rate-of-change of current
(di/dt) exceeds this maximum value, or if turn-on with high di/dt
during minimum gate drive occurs (such as dv/dt or overvoltage
events), then localized heating may cause device degradation.
During the first few microseconds of initial turn-on, the effect of
di/dt is more pronounced. The di/dt capability of the thyristor is
greatly increased as soon as the total area of the pellet is in full
conduction.
The di/dt effects that can occur as a result of voltage or transient
turn-on (non-gated) is not related to this rating. The di/dt rating is
specified for maximum junction temperature.
As shown in Figure AN1008.4, the di/dt of a surge current can be
calculated by means of the following equation.
π ( I TM )
di
----- = ----------------t
dt
As an example, surge current of 400 A at 60 Hz has a di/dt of
π400/8.3 or 151.4 A/ms.
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IDRM: Peak Repetitive Off-state (Blocking) Current
I
SCR
di/dt
ITM
di =
dt
t = 8.3 ms for 60 Hz
10 ms for 50 Hz
(ITM)
t
0
Figure AN1008.4
t
Time
Relationship of Maximum Current Rating to Time
I2t Rating — SCR and Triac
I 2t
The
rating gives an indication of the energy-absorbing capability of the thyristor device during surge-overload conditions. The
rating is the product of the square of the RMS current (IRMS)2 that
flows through the device and the time during which the current is
present and is expressed in A 2s. This rating is given for fuse
selection purposes. It is important that the I2t rating of the fuse is
less than that of the thyristor device. Without proper fuse or current limit, overload or surge current will permanently damage the
device due to excessive junction heating.
PG: Gate Power Dissipation — SCR and Triac
Gate power dissipation ratings define both the peak power (P GM)
forward or reverse and the average power (P G(AV)) that may be
applied to the gate. Damage to the gate can occur if these ratings
are not observed. The width of the applied gate pulses must be
considered in calculating the voltage and current allowed since
the peak power allowed is a function of time. The peak power
that results from a given signal source relies on the gate characteristics of the specific unit. The average power resulting from
high peak powers must not exceed the average-power rating.
IDRM is the maximum leakage current permitted through the SCR
when the device is forward biased with rated positive voltage on
the anode (DC or instantaneous) at rated junction temperature
and with the gate open or gate resistance termination. A 1000 Ω
resistor connected between gate and cathode is required on all
sensitive SCRs. Leakage current decreases with decreasing
junction temperatures. Effects of the off-state leakage currents
on the load and other circuitry must be considered for each circuit application. Leakage currents can usually be ignored in
applications that control high power.
Triac
The description of peak off-state (blocking/leakage) current for
the triac is the same as for the SCR except that it applies with
either positive or negative bias on main terminal 2.
(Figure AN1008.2)
IRRM: Peak Repetitive Reverse Current — SCR
This characteristic is essentially the same as the peak forward
off-state (blocking/leakage) current except negative voltage
is applied to the anode (reverse biased).
VTM: Peak On-State Voltage — SCR and Triac
The instantaneous on-state voltage (forward drop) is the
principal voltage at a specified instantaneous current and
case temperature when the thyristor is in the conducting state.
To prevent heating of the junction, this characteristic is measured with a short current pulse. The current pulse should be
at least 100 µs duration to ensure the device is in full conduction. The forward-drop characteristic determines the on-state
dissipation. See Figure AN1008.5, and refer to “IT: Current
Rating” on page AN1008-2.
Positive or Negative
Instantaneous On-state Current (iT) – Amps
TS, TJ: Temperature Range — SCR and Triac
The maximum storage temperature (TS) is greater than the maximum operating temperature (actually maximum junction temperature). Maximum storage temperature is restricted by material
limits defined not so much by the silicon but by peripheral materials such as solders used on the chip/die and lead attachments as
well as the encapsulating epoxy. The forward and off-state blocking capability of the device determines the maximum junction (T J)
temperature. Maximum blocking voltage and leakage current ratings are established at elevated temperatures near maximum
junction temperature; therefore, operation in excess of these limits may result in unreliable operation of the thyristor.
Characteristics
VBO: Instantaneous Breakover Voltage — SCR and Triac
Breakover voltage is the voltage at which a device turns on
(switches to on state by voltage breakover). (Figure AN1008.1)
This value applies for open-gate or gate-resistance termination.
Positive gate bias lowers the breakover voltage. Breakover is
temperature sensitive and will occur at a higher voltage if the
junction temperature is kept below maximum T J value. If SCRs
and triacs are turned on as a result of an excess of breakover
voltage, instantaneous power dissipations may be produced that
can damage the chip or die.
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90
80
TC = 25 ˚C
70
40 A TO-218
60
50
40
30
20
10
15 and 25 A TO-220
0
0
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
Positive or Negative
Instantaneous On-state Voltage (vT) – Volts
On-state Current versus On-state Voltage (Typical)
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IGT: DC Gate Trigger Current
VGT: DC Gate Trigger Voltage
SCR
SCR
IGT is the minimum DC gate current required to cause the thyristor to switch from the non-conducting to the conducting state for
a specified load voltage and current as well as case temperature.
The characteristic curve illustrated in Figure AN1008.6 shows
that trigger current is temperature dependent. The thyristor
becomes less sensitive (requires more gate current) with
decreasing junction temperatures. The gate current should be
increased by a factor of two to five times the minimum threshold
DC trigger current for best operation. Where fast turn-on is
demanded and high di/dt is present or low temperatures are
expected, the gate pulse may be 10 times the minimum IGT, plus
it must be fast-rising and of sufficient duration in order to properly
turn on the thyristor.
VGT is the DC gate-cathode voltage that is present just prior to
triggering when the gate current equals the DC trigger current. As
shown in the characteristic curve in Figure AN1008.8, the gate
trigger voltage is higher at lower temperatures. The gate-cathode
voltage drop can be higher than the DC trigger level if the gate is
driven by a current higher than the trigger current.
Triac
The difference in VGT for the SCR and the triac is that the triac
can be fired in four possible modes. The threshold trigger voltage
can be slightly different, depending on which of the four operating
modes is actually used.
2.0
V GT
2.0
V GT (T C = 25 ˚C)
3.0
Ratio of
Ratio of
I GT
I GT (T C = 25 ˚C)
4.0
1.0
0
-65
-40
Figure AN1008.6
-15
+25
+65
Case Temperature (T C ) – ˚C
-65
Figure AN1008.8
The description for the SCR applies as well to the triac with the
addition that the triac can be fired in four possible modes (Figure
AN1008.7):
I (main terminal 2 positive, gate positive)
II (main terminal 2 positive, gate negative)
III (main terminal 2 negative, gate negative)
IV (main terminal 2 negative, gate positive)
ALL POLARITIES ARE REFERENCED TO MT1
MT2
(-)
+
IGT
GATE
(+)
IGT
(-)
MT1
IGT
GATE
(+)
MT1
REF
REF
QII QI
QIII QIV
MT2
MT2
IGT
GATE
MT1
REF
-
+
MT2
MT1
REF
NOTE: Alternistors will not operate in Q IV
Figure AN1008.7
Definition of Operating Quadrants
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-15
+25
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IGT
Normalized DC Gate Trigger Voltage for All
Quadrants versus Case Temperature
IL: Latching Current
SCR
Latching current is the DC anode current above which the gate
signal can be withdrawn and the device stays on. It is related to,
has the same temperature dependence as, and is somewhat
greater than the DC gate trigger current. (Figure AN1008.1 and
Figure AN1008.2) Latching current is at least equal to or much
greater than the holding current, depending on the thyristor type.
Latching current is greater for fast-rise-time anode currents since
not all of the chip/die is in conduction. It is this dynamic latching
current that determines whether a device will stay on when the
gate signal is replaced with very short gate pulses. The dynamic
latching current varies with the magnitude of the gate drive current and pulse duration. In some circuits, the anode current may
oscillate and drop back below the holding level or may even go
negative; hence, the unit may turn off and not latch if the gate signal is removed too quickly.
Triac
IGT
GATE
MT2 NEGATIVE
(Negative Half Cycle)
.5
Case Temperature (T C ) – ˚C
Normalized DC Gate Trigger Current for All
Quadrants versus Case Temperature
MT2 POSITIVE
(Positive Half Cycle)
1.0
0
+125
Triac
Quadrant
Quadrant
Quadrant
Quadrant
1.5
The description of this characteristic for the triac is the same as
for the SCR, with the addition that the triac can be latched on in
four possible modes (quadrants). Also, the required latching is
significantly different depending on which gating quadrants are
used. Figure AN1008.9 illustrates typical latching current requirements for the four possible quadrants of operation.
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dv/dt, Static: Critical Rate-of-rise of Off-state Voltage —
SCR and Triac
7.0
Static dv/dt is the minimum rate-of-rise of off-state voltage that
a device will hold off, with gate open, without turning on.
Figure AN1008.11 illustrates the exponential definition. This
value will be reduced by a positive gate signal. This characteristic is temperature-dependent and is lowest at the maximum-rated junction temperature. Therefore, the characteristic
is determined at rated junction temperature and at rated
forward off-state voltage which is also a worst-case situation.
Line or other transients which might be applied to the thyristor
in the off state must be reduced, so that neither the rate-ofrise nor the peak voltage are above specifications if false firing
is to be prevented. Turn-on as result of dv/dt is non-destructive
as long as the follow current remains within current ratings of
the device being used.
6.0
I L — mA
5.0
II
4.0
3.0
IV
2.0
I
III
1.0
Critical dv/dt
0
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
I GT — mA
Figure AN1008.9
Typical Triac Latching (I L) Requirements for Four
Quadrants versus Gate Current (IGT)
VD
IH: Holding Current — SCR and Triac
The holding current is the DC principal on-state current below
which the device will not stay in regeneration/on state after latching and gate signal is removed. This current is equal to or lower
in value than the latching current (Figure AN1008.1 and Figure
AN1008.2) and is related to and has the same temperature
dependence as the DC gate trigger current shown in Figure
AN1008.10. Both minimum and maximum holding current may be
important. If the device is to stay in conduction at low-anode currents, the maximum holding current of a device for a given circuit
must be considered. The minimum holding current of a device
must be considered if the device is expected to turn off at a low
DC anode current. Note that the low DC principal current condition is a DC turn-off mode, and that an initial on-state current
(latching current) is required to ensure that the thyristor has been
fully turned on prior to a holding current measurement.
Ratio of
IH
I H (T C = 25 ˚C)
4.0
INITIAL ON-STATE CURRENT
= 400 mA dc
3.0
2.0
1.0
0
-65
-40
-15
+25
+65
Case Temperature (T C ) – ˚C
Figure AN1008.10
+125
63% of V D
0
t
VD
dv
= 0.63
dt
t
t = RC
Figure AN1008.11
Exponential Rate-of-rise of Off-state Voltage
Defining dv/dt
dv/dt, Commutating: Critical Rate-of-rise of
Commutation Voltage — Triac
Commutating dv/dt is the rate-of-rise of voltage across the main
terminals that a triac can support (block without switching back
on) when commutating from the on state in one half cycle to the
off state in the opposite half cycle. This parameter is specified at
maximum rated case temperature (equal to T J) since it is temperature-dependent. It is also dependent on current (commutating
di/dt) and peak reapplied voltage (line voltage) and is specified at
rated current and voltage. All devices are guaranteed to commutate rated current with a resistive load at 50 Hz to 60 Hz. Commutation of rated current is not guaranteed at higher frequencies,
and no direct relationship can be made with regard to current/
temperature derating for higher-frequency operation. With inductive loading, when the voltage is out of phase with the load current, a voltage stress (dv/dt) occurs across the main terminals of
the triac during the zero-current crossing. (Figure AN1008.12) A
snubber (series RC across the triac) should be used with inductive loads to decrease the applied dv/dt to an amount below the
minimum value which the triac can be guaranteed to commutate
off each half cycle.
Normalized DC Holding Current versus
Case Temperature
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Commutating dv/dt is specified for a half sinewave current at
60 Hz which fixes the di/dt of the commutating current. The commutating di/dt for 50 Hz is approximately 20% lower while IRMS
rating remains the same. (Figure AN1008.4)
EM
ESOURCE
TIME
IG
di/dt
tq: Circuit-commutated Turn-off Time — SCR
The circuit-commutated turn-off time of the device is the time during which the circuit provides reverse bias to the device (negative
anode) to commutate it off. The turn-off time occurs between the
time when the anode current goes negative and when the anode
positive voltage may be reapplied. (Figure AN1008.14) Turn-off
time is a function of many parameters and very dependent on
temperature and gate bias during the turn-off interval. Turn-off
time is lengthened for higher temperature so a high junction temperature is specified. The gate is open during the turn-off interval.
Positive bias on the gate will lengthen the turn-off time; negative
bias on the gate will shorten it.
ITRM
IT
ITM
(di/dt) C
di/dt
50% ITM
ID
Reverse Current
iR
50% IRM
Off-State Leakage
trr
Voltage across Triac
VD
tq
10%
dv/dt
VT
63%
Off-State Voltage
VDRM
(dv/dt) C
Figure AN1008.12
t1
Waveshapes of Commutating dv/dt and
Associated Conditions
tgt: Gate-controlled Turn-on Time — SCR and Triac
Figure AN1008.14
The tgt is the time interval between the application of a gate pulse
and the on-state current reaching 90% of its steady-state value.
(Figure AN1008.13) As would be expected, turn-on time is a
function of gate drive. Shorter turn-on times occur for increased
gate drives. This turn-on time is actually only valid for resistive
loading. For example, inductive loading would restrict the rate-ofrise of anode current. For this reason, this parameter does not
indicate the time that must be allowed for the device to stay on if
the gate signal is removed. (Refer to the description of “IL: Latching Current” on page AN1008-4.) However, if the load was resistive and equal to the rated load current value, the device
definitely would be operating at a current above the dynamic
latching current in the turn-on time interval since current through
the device is at 90% of its peak value during this interval.
90%
Off-state Voltage
10%
90%
On-state Current
10%
Delay
Time
Gate
Trigger
Pulse
RθJC, RθJA: Thermal Resistance (Junction-to-case,
Junction-to-ambient) — SCR and Triac
The thermal-resistance characteristic defines the steady-state
temperature difference between two points at a given rate of
heat-energy transfer (dissipation) between the points. The thermal-resistance system is an analog to an electrical circuit where
thermal resistance is equivalent to electrical resistance, temperature difference is equivalent to voltage difference, and rate of
heat-energy transfer (dissipation) is equivalent to current. Dissipation is represented by a constant current generator since generated heat must flow (steady-state) no matter what the
resistance in its path. Junction-to-case thermal resistance establishes the maximum case temperature at maximum rated steadystate current. The case temperature must be held to the maximum at maximum ambient temperature when the device is operating at rated current. Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance is
established at a lower steady-state current, where the device is in
free air with only the external heat sinking offered by the device
package itself. For RθJA, power dissipation is limited by what the
device package can dissipate in free air without any additional
heat sink:
TJ – TC
RθJC = -------------------P ( AV )
Rise
Time
Turn-on
Time
TJ – TA
RθJA = -------------------P ( AV )
50%
50%
Waveshapes of tq Rating Test and
Associated Conditions
10%
Gate Pulse Width
Figure AN1008.13
Waveshapes for Turn-on Time and
Associated Conditions
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Miscellaneous Design Tips and Facts
Introduction
dv/dt Definitions
This application note presents design tips and facts on the following topics:
The rate-of-rise of voltage (dv/dt) of an exponential waveform is
63% of peak voltage (excluding any overshoots) divided by the
time at 63% minus 10% peak voltage. (Figure AN1009.2)
•
Relationship of IAV, IRMS, and IPK
•
dv/dt Definitions
•
Examples of gate terminations
•
Curves for Average Current at Various Conduction Angles
•
Double-exponential Impulse Waveform
•
Failure Modes of Thyristor
•
Characteristics Formulas for Phase Control Circuits
Exponential dv/dt = 0.63 • [ V PK ] = ( t 2 – t 1 )
Resistor Capacitor circuit t = RC = ( t 2 – t )
1
Resistor Capacitor circuit 4 • RC = ( t 3 – t 2 )
(Peak Value)
100%
Percent of Voltage
Relationship of IAV, IRMS, and IPK
Since a single rectifier or SCR passes current in one direction
only, it conducts for only half of each cycle of an AC sinewave.
The average current (IAV) then becomes half of the value determined for full-cycle conduction, and the RMS current (IRMS) is
equal to the square root of half the mean-square value for fullcycle conduction or half the peak current (IPK). In terms of halfcycle sinewave conduction (as in a single-phase half-wave circuit), the relationships of the rectifier currents can be shown as
follows:
IPK = π IAV = 3.14 IAV
IAV = (1/π) IPK = 0.32 IPK
IPK = 2 IRMS
IRMS = 0.5 IPK
IAV = (2/π) IRMS = 0.64 IRMS
IRMS = (π/2) IAV = 1.57 IAV
63%
Numerical dv/dt
10%
0%
t0
t2
t1
Figure AN1009.2
Time
t3
Exponential dv/dt Waveform
The rate-of-rise of voltage (dv/dt) of a linear waveform is 80% of
peak voltage (excluding any overshoots) divided by the time at
90% minus 10% peak voltage. (Figure AN1009.3)
Linear dv/dt = 0.8 • [ V PK ] = ( t 2 – t )
1
When two identically rated SCRs are connected inverse parallel
for full-wave operation, as shown in Figure AN1009.1, they can
handle 1.41 times the RMS current rating of either single SCR.
Therefore, the RMS value of two half sinewave current pulses in
one cycle is √2 times the RMS value of one such pulse per cycle.
Linear dv/dt = [ 0.9 • V PK – 0.1 • V PK ] = ( t 2 – t )
1
Percent of Voltage
90%
10%
0%
t0
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t1
t2
Time
Linear dv/dt Waveform
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Examples of Gate Terminations
Primary Purpose — Decrease threshold
sensitivity
Primary Purpose
Related Effects
(1) Increase dv/dt capability
(2) Keep gate clamped to ensure V DRM
capability
(3) Lower t q time
(1) Affects gate signal rise time and di/dt
rating
(2) Isolates the gate
Zener
optional
Related Effect — Raises the device latching
and holding current
Primary Purpose — Isolate gate circuit DC
component
Related Effects — In narrow gate pulses
and low impedance sources, Igt followed by
reverse gate signals which may inhibit conduction
Primary Purpose
(1) Increase dv/dt capability
(2) Remove high frequency noise
Related Effects
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Curves for Average Current at Various
Conduction Angles
Increases delay time
Increases turn-on interval
Lowers gate signal rise time
Lowers di/dt capability
Increases t q time
SCR maximum average current curves for various conduction
angles can be established using the factors for maximum average current at conduction angle of:
30° = 0.40 x Avg 180°
60° = 0.56 x Avg 180°
90° = 0.70 x Avg 180°
120° = 0.84 x Avg 180°
Primary Purpose
(1) Decrease DC gate sensitivity
(2) Decrease tq time
Related Effects
(1) Negative gate current increases holding
current and causes gate area to drop out of
conduction
(2) In pulse gating gate signal tail may
cause device to drop out of conduction
Primary Purpose — Select frequency
The reason for different ratings is that the average current for
conduction angles less than 180° is derated because of the
higher RMS current connected with high peak currents.
Note that maximum allowable case temperature (TC) remains the
same for each conduction angle curve but is established from
average current rating at 180° conduction as given in the data
sheet for any particular device type. The maximum T C curve is
then derated down to the maximum junction (TJ). The curves
illustrated in Figure AN1009.4 are derated to 125 °C since the
maximum T J for the non-sensitive SCR series is 125 °C.
Related Effects — Unless circuit is
“damped,” positive and negative gate current
may inhibit conduction or bring about sporadic anode current
Primary Purpose
(1) Supply reverse bias in off period
(2) Protect gate and gate supply for reverse
transients
(3) Lower t q time
115
110
105
Conduction Angle
100
95
90
2
4
˚
5.1
0
7.2
6
8
0˚
18
60 ˚
80
0
12
90 ˚
85
˚
Related Effects — Isolates the gate if high
impedance signal source is used without
sustained diode current in the negative cycle
Current: Halfwave Sinusoidal
Load: Resistive or Inductive
Conduction Angle: As Given Below
Case Temperature: Measured as
Shown on Dimensional Drawings
120
30 ˚
Maximum Allowable Case Temperature (TC) – ˚C
125
10.8 12.8
10
12
14
16
Average On-state Current [IT(AV)] – Amps
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Double-exponential Impulse Waveform
Degradation Failures
A double-exponential impulse waveform or waveshape of current
or voltage is designated by a combination of two numbers (tr/td or
tr x td µs). The first number is an exponential rise time (tr) or wave
front and the second number is an exponential decay time (td) or
wave tail. The rise time (tr) is the maximum rise time permitted.
The decay time (td) is the minimum time permitted. Both the tr and
the td are in the same units of time, typically microseconds, designated at the end of the waveform description as defined by
ANSI/IEEE C62.1-1989.
A significant change of on-state, gate, or switching characteristics is quite rare. The most vulnerable characteristic is blocking
voltage. This type of degradation increases with rising operating
voltage and temperature levels.
The rise time (tr) of a current waveform is 1.25 times the time for
the current to increase from 10% to 90% of peak value. See Figure AN1009.5.
tr = Rise Time = 1.25 • [tc – ta]
tr = 1.25 • [t(0.9 IPK) – t(0.1 IPK)] = T1 – T 0
tr = Rise Time = 1.67 • [tc – tb]
tr = 1.67 • [t(0.9 VPK) – t(0.3 V PK)] = T 1 – T 0
The decay time (td) of a waveform is the time from virtual zero
(10% of peak for current or 30% of peak for voltage) to the time
at which one-half (50%) of the peak value is reached on the wave
tail. (Figure AN1009.5)
Current Waveform td = Decay Time
= [t(0.5 IPK) – t(0.1 IPK)] = T 2 – T 0
Careful selection of the correct device for the application’s operating parameters and environment will go a long way toward
extending the operating life of the thyristor. Good design practice
should also limit the maximum current through the main terminals
to 75% of the device rating. Correct mounting and forming of the
leads also help ensure against infant mortality and latent failures.
The two best ways to ensure long life of a thyristor is by proper
heat sink methods and correct voltage rating selection for worst
case conditions. Overheating, overvoltage, and surge currents
are the main killers of semiconductors.
t
Decay = e - 1.44 T2
Percent of Current or Voltage
Virtual Start of Wavefront
90%
50%
Most Common Thyristor Failure Mode
30%
When a thyristor is electrically or physically abused and fails either
by degradation or a catastrophic means, it will short (full-wave or
half-wave) as its normal failure mode. Rarely does it fail open
circuit. The circuit designer should add line breaks, fuses, overtemperature interrupters or whatever is necessary to protect the
end user and property if a shorted or partially shorted thyristor
offers a safety hazard.
10%
0%
Most thyristor failures occur due to exceeding the maximum
operating ratings of the device. Overvoltage or overcurrent operations are the most probable cause for failure. Overvoltage failures may be due to excessive voltage transients or may also
occur if inadequate cooling allows the operating temperature to
rise above the maximum allowable junction temperature. Overcurrent failures are generally caused by improper fusing or circuit
protection, surge current from load initiation, load abuse, or load
failure. Another common cause of device failure is incorrect handling procedures used in the manufacturing process. Mechanical
damage in the form of excessive mounting torque and/or force
applied to the terminals or leads can transmit stresses to the
internal thyristor chip and cause cracks in the chip which may not
show up until the device is thermally cycled.
Prevention of Failures
Voltage Waveform td = Decay Time
= [t(0.5 VPK) – t(0.3 VPK)] = T 2 – T 0
(Peak Value)
A catastrophic failure can occur whenever the thyristor is operated beyond its published ratings. The most common failure
mode is an electrical short between the main terminals, although
a triac can fail in a half-wave condition. It is possible, but not
probable, that the resulting short-circuit current could melt the
internal parts of the device which could result in an open circuit.
Failure Causes
The rise time (tr) of a voltage waveform is 1.67 times the time for
the voltage to increase from 30% to 90% of peak value. (Figure
AN1009.5)
100%
Catastrophic Failures
T0
ta tb
tc T1
T2
Time
Figure AN1009.5
Double-exponential Impulse Waveform
Failure Modes of Thyristor
Thyristor failures may be broadly classified as either degrading
or catastrophic. A degrading type of failure is defined as a
change in some characteristic which may or may not cause a catastrophic failure, but could show up as a latent failure. Catastrophic failure is when a device exhibits a sudden change in
characteristic that renders it inoperable. To minimize degrading
and catastrophic failures, devices must be operated within maximum ratings at all times.
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Characteristics Formulas for Phase Control Circuits
PRV
Max. Average Thyristor
or Rectifier Current
Max. Load
Voltage
Ed=Avg.
Ea=RMS
Load Voltage
with Delayed Firing
E
E d = ------P- ( 1 + cos α )
2π
EP
1
E a = ----------- æ π – α + --- sin 2 αö
ø
2
2 π è
Circuit
Name
Max Thyristor
Voltage
SCR
Half-wave
Resistive
Load
1.4 ERMS
EP
E
E d = ------Pπ
EP
E a = ------2
Full-wave
Bridge
1.4 ERMS
EP
2E P
E d = ---------π
Full-wave
AC Switch
Resistive
Load
1.4 ERMS
EP
EP
E a = ------1.4
E
d
EP
= ---------- ( 1 + cos α )
2 π
EP
1
E a = ---------- æ π – α + --- sin 2 αöø
2
2π è
Avg. Amps
Cond. Period
EP
------πR
180
EP
-------πR
180
EP
------πR
180
NOTE: Angle alpha (α) is in radians.
EP
ERMS
R
0
Load
α
Half-wave Resistive Load – Waveform
Half-wave Resistive Load – Schematic
L
EP
0
Load
E
R
α
Full-wave Bridge – Waveform
Full-wave Bridge – Schematic
EP
ERMS
Full-wave AC Switch Resistive Load – Schematic
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R
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α
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Thyristors for Ignition of Fluorescent Lamps
Introduction
One of the many applications for Teccor thyristors is in fluorescent lighting. Standard conventional and circular fluorescent
lamps with filaments can be ignited easily and much more quickly
by using thyristors instead of the mechanical starter switch, and
solid state thyristors are more reliable. Thyristors produce a pure
solid state igniting circuit with no mechanical parts in the fluorescent lamp fixture. Also, because the lamp ignites much faster, the
life of the fluorescent lamp can be increased since the filaments
are activated for less time during the ignition. The thyristor ignition eliminates any audible noise or flashing off and on which
most mechanical starters possess.
Standard Fluorescent Circuit
The standard starter assembly is a glow switch mechanism with
option small capacitor in parallel. (Figure AN1010.1)
Since thyristors (solid state switches) do not mechanically open
and close, the conventional fluorescent lighting circuit concept
must be changed in order to use thyristors. In order to ignite
(strike) a fluorescent lamp, a high voltage spike must be produced. The spike needs to be several hundred volts to quickly initiate ionization in the fluorescent lamp. A series ballast can only
produce high voltage if a mechanical switch is used in conjunction with it. Therefore, with a thyristor a standard series ballast
(inductor) is only useful as a current limiter.
Methods for Producing High Voltage
The circuits illustrated in Figure AN1010.2 through Figure
AN1010.5 show various methods for producing high voltage to
ignite fluorescent lamps using thyristors (solid state switches).
Note: Due to many considerations in designing a fluorescent fixture, the illustrated circuits are not necessarily the optimum
design.
One 120 V ac circuit consists of triac and diac thyristors with a
capacitor to ignite the fluorescent lamp. (Figure AN1010.2)
Starter Assembly
Line
Input
Ballast
Lamp
Figure AN1010.1
Typical Standard Fluorescent Circuit
The glow switch is made in a small glass bulb containing neon or
argon gas. Inside the bulb is a U-shaped bimetallic strip and a
fixed post. When the line input current is applied, the voltage
between the bimetallic strip and the fixed post is high enough to
ionize and produce a glow similar to a standard neon lamp. The
heat from the ionization causes the bimetallic strip to move and
make contact to the fixed post. At this time the ionization ceases
and current can flow through and pre-heat the filaments of the
fluorescent lamp.
This circuit allows the 5 µF ac capacitor to be charged and added
to the peak line voltage, developing close to 300 V peak or 600 V
peak to peak. This is accomplished by using a triac and diac
phase control network set to fire near the 90° point of the input
line. A capacitor-charging network is added to ensure that the
capacitor is charged immediately, letting tolerances of components or temperature changes in the triac and diac circuit to be
less critical. By setting the triac and diac phase control to fire at
near the 90° point of the sinewave, maximum line voltages
appear across the lamp for ignition. As the triac turns on during
each half cycle, the filaments are pre-heated and in less than a
second the lamp is lit. Once the lamp is lit the voltage is clamped
to approximately 60 V peak across the 15 W to 20 W lamp, and
the triac and diac circuit no longer functions until the lamp is
required to be ignited again.
Since ionization (glowing) has ceased, the bimetallic strip begins
to cool down and in a few seconds opens to start ionization
(glowing) again. The instant the bimetallic ceases to make contact (opens), an inductive kick from the ballast produces some
high voltage spikes 400 V to 600 V, which can ignite (strike) the
fluorescent lamp. If the lamp fails to ignite or start, the glow
switch mechanically repeats its igniting cycle over and over until
the lamp ignites, usually within a few seconds.
In this concept the ballast (inductor) is able to produce high voltage spikes using a mechanical switch opening and closing, which
is fairly slow.
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Ballast
14 W - 22 W
120 V ac
Line
Input
5 µF
400 V
MT2
47 k
220 k
Q401E4
G
0.047 µF
50 V
1N4004
Lamp
15 W - 20 W
Figure AN1010.2
MT1
HT-32
Optional
Charging
Network
120 V ac Triac/Diac Circuit
Figure AN1010.3 illustrates a circuit using a sidac (a simpler thyristor) phase control network to ignite a 120 V ac fluorescent
lamp. As in the triac/diac circuit, the 5 µF ac capacitor is charged
and added to the peak line voltage, developing greater than
200 V peak or 400 V peak to peak. Since the sidac is a voltage
breakover (VBO) activated device with no gate, a charging network is essential in this circuit to charge the capacitor above the
Ballast
14 W - 22W
peak of the line in order to break over (turn on) the sidac with a
VBO of 220 V to 250 V.
As the sidac turns on each half cycle, the filaments are preheated and in less than 1.5 seconds the lamp is lit. Once the
lamp is lit, the voltage across it clamps to approximately 60 V
peak (for a 15 W to 20 W lamp), and the sidac ceases to function
until the lamp is required to be ignited again.
5 µF
400 V
47 k
120 V ac
Line
Input
K2400E
Sidac
1N4004
Lamp
15 W - 20W
Figure AN1010.3
Optional
Charging
Network
120 V ac Sidac Circuit
The circuits illustrated in Figure AN1010.2 and Figure AN1010.3
use 15 W to 20 W lamps. The same basic circuits can be applied
to higher wattage lamps. However, with higher wattage lamps the
voltage developed to fire (light) the lamp will need to be somewhat higher. For instance, a 40 W lamp is critical on line input
voltage to ignite, and after it is lit the voltage across the lamp will
clamp to approximately 130 V peak. For a given type of lamp, the
current must be limited to constant current regardless of the wattage of the lamp.
Figure AN1010.4 shows a circuit for igniting a fluorescent lamp
with 240 V line voltage input using triac and diac networks.
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Ballast
3.3 µF
MT2
470 k
47 k
240 V ac
Line
Input
Q601E4
1N4004
Lamp
40 W
Figure AN1010.4
0.047 µF
50 V
G
MT1
HT-32
Optional
Charging
Network
240 V ac Triac/Diac Circuit
Figure AN1010.5 illustrates a circuit using a sidac phase control
network to ignite a 240 V ac fluorescent lamp. This circuit works
basically the same as the 120 V circuit shown in Figure
AN1010.3, except that component values are changed to com-
pensate for higher voltage. The one major change is that two
K2400E devices in series are used to accomplish high firing voltage for a fluorescent lamp.
Ballast
3.3 µF
240 V ac
Line
Input
Lamp
40 W
Figure AN1010.5
47 k
K2400E
Sidac
1N4004
K2400E
Sidac
Optional
Charging
Network
240 V ac Sidac Circuit
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Notes
Cross Reference Guide
Triacs, SCRs, Diacs, Sidacs, and Rectifiers
(Suggested Teccor Replacements for JEDEC and
Industry House Numbers)
1
How To Use This Guide
are exact; only that the replacements will meet the terms of
its applicable published written specifications. The pertinent
Teccor specification sheet should be used as the principle
tool for actual replacements.)
This Cross Reference Guide will help you determine the competitive products that Teccor supplies on either a DIRECT
REPLACEMENT or SUGGESTED REPLACEMENT basis.
•
Teccor offers replacements for most competitive devices. If you
do not find a desired competitive product type listed, please contact the factory for information on recent additions to this list.
Teccor package type
For additional assistance, contact your nearest Teccor distributor,
sales representative, or the factory.
On the following pages, listed in alphanumeric order, you will
find:
•
Competitive product number
•
Teccor device part number
•
“D” indicating the Direct replacement (Teccor device meets or
exceeds the electrical and mechanical specifications of the
competitive device); “S” indicates a Suggested replacement
(The suggested replacements in this guide represent the
nearest Teccor equivalent for the product listed and in most
instances are replacements. However, Teccor assumes no
responsibility and does not guarantee that the replacements
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Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
40431
03P05M
03P1M
03P2M
03P3M
03P4M
03P5M
10TTS08S
16TTS08
16TTS08S
25TTS08
25TTS08FP
25TTS08S
2N1595
2N1596
2N1597
2N1598
2N1599
2N2323
2N3001
2N3002
2N3003
2N3004
2N3005
2N3006
2N3007
2N3008
2N3228
2N3525
2N3528
2N3529
2N4101
2N4102
2N4441
2N4442
2N4443
2N4444
2N5060
2N5061
2N5062
2N5063
2N5064
2N5754
2N5755
2N5756
2N6068
2N6068A
2N6068B
2N6069
2N6069A
2N6069B
2N6070
2N6070A
2N6070B
2N6071
2N6071A
2N6071B
2N6072
2N6072A
2N6072B
2N6073
2N6073A
2N6073B
2N6074
2N6074A
2N6074B
2N6075
2N6075A
2N6075B
2N6236
Q2006LT
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
EC103D
EC103M
S8012D
S8016R
S8016N
S8025R
S8025L
S8025N
S201E
S201E
S201E
S401E
S401E
TCR22-4 75
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
S2006R
S4006R
S2006F1
S4006F1
S6006L
S6006F1
S2008R
S2008R
S4008R
S6008R
2N5064
2N5064
2N5064
2N5064
2N5064
Q2004F41
Q2004F41
Q4004F41
Q2004F41
L2004F51
L2004F31
Q2004F41
L2004F51
L2004F31
Q2004F41
L2004F51
L2004F31
Q2004F41
L2004F51
L2004F31
Q4004F41
L4004F51
L4004F31
Q4004F41
L4004F51
L4004F31
Q6004F41
L6004F51
L6004F31
Q6004F41
L6004F51
L6004F31
T106B1
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
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Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMDT)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
2N6237
2N6238
2N6239
2N6240
2N6241
2N6342
2N6342A
2N6343
2N6343A
2N6344
2N6344A
2N6345
2N6345A
2N6346A
2N6347A
2N6348A
2N6349
2N6349A
2N6394
2N6395
2N6396
2N6397
2N6398
2N6399
2N6400
2N6401
2N6402
2N6403
2N6404
2N6405
2N6504
2N6505
2N6506
2N6507
2N6508
2N6509
2N6564
2N6564
2N6565
2N6565
2N877
2N878
2N879
2N880
2N881
2N885
2N886
2N887
2N888
2N889
2P05M
2P1M
2P2M
2P4M
2P5M
2P6M
30TPS08
3P4J
40TPS08
5P05M
5P1M
5P2M
5P4M
5P5M
5P6M
8T04HA
8T04SH
8T14HA
8T14SH
8T24HA
A-2
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
T106B1
T106B1
T106B1
T106D1
T106M1
Q2008R4
Q2012RH5
Q4008R4
Q4012RH5
Q6008R5
Q6012RH5
Q8008R5
Q8012RH5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q8010R5
Q8015R5
S2012R
S2012R
S2012R
S4012R
S6012R
S8012R
S2016R
S2016R
S2016R
S4016R
S6016R
S8016R
S2025R
S2025R
S2025R
S4025R
S6025R
S8025R
2N6565
EC103D
2N6565
EC103D
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
2N5064
2N5064
2N5064
2N5064
2N5064
T106B1
T106B1
T106B1
T106D1
T106M1
T106M1
S8035K
T106D2
S8035K
S2008R
S2008R
S2008R
S4008R
S6008R
S6008R
Q2004F41
L2004F81
Q2004F41
L2004F81
Q2004F41
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
D
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-218AC (ISOL) "K"
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-218AC (ISOL) "K"
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
8T24SH
8T34HA
8T34SH
8T44HA
8T44SH
8T54HA
8T64HA
8T64SH
AC03BGM
AC03DGM
AC03EGM
AC03FGM
AC08BGM
AC08BSM
AC08DGM
AC08DSM
AC08EGM
AC08ESM
AC08FGM
AC08FSM
AC10BGML
AC10BSM
AC10DGML
AC10DSM
AC10EGML
AC10ESM
AC10FGML
AC10FSM
AC12BGML
AC12BSM
AC12DGML
AC12DSM
AC12EGML
AC12ESM
AC12FGML
AC12FSM
AC16BGM
AC16BSM
AC16DGM
AC16DSM
AC16EGM
AC16ESM
AC16FGM
AC16FSM
AC25B1FL
AC25D1FL
AC25E1FL
AC25F1FL
BCR3AS-12
BCR3AS-8
BT131W-600
BT136-500
BT136-500D
BT136-500E
BT136-500F
BT136-500G
BT136-600
BT136-600D
BT136-600E
BT136-600F
BT136-600G
BT136-800
BT136-800F
BT136-800G
BT136F-500
BT136F-500D
BT136F-500E
BT136F-500F
BT136F-500G
BT136F-600
L2004F81
Q4004F41
L4004F81
Q4004F41
L4004F81
Q6004F41
Q6004F41
L6004F81
Q2004F41
Q4004F41
Q5004F41
Q6004F41
Q2008R5
Q2008LH4
Q4008R4
Q4008LH4
Q6008R4
Q6008LH4
Q6008R5
Q6008LH4
Q2010RH5
Q2010LH5
Q4010RH5
Q4010LH5
Q6010RH5
Q6010LH5
Q6010RH5
Q6010LH5
Q2012RH5
Q2012LH5
Q4012RH5
Q4012LH5
Q6012RH5
Q6012LH5
Q6012RH5
Q6012LH5
Q2015R5
Q2015L5
Q4015R5
Q4015L5
Q6015R5
Q6015L5
Q6015R5
Q6015L5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6006DH3
Q4006DH3
L6N3
Q6004F41
L6004F61
L6004F81
Q6004F41
Q6004F41
Q6004F41
L6004F61
L6004F81
Q6004F41
Q6004F41
Q8004L4
Q8004L4
Q8004L4
Q6004L4
L6004L6
L6004L8
Q6004L4
Q6004L4
Q6004L4
S
D
S
D
S
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-252 (SMT)
SOT223 / COMPAK
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
BT136F-600D
BT136F-600E
BT136F-600F
BT136F-600G
BT136F-800
BT136F-800F
BT136F-800G
BT136S-600D
BT136S-600E
BT136S-600F
BT136X-500
BT136X-500D
BT136X-500E
BT136X-500F
BT136X-500G
BT136X-600
BT136X-600D
BT136X-600E
BT136X-600F
BT136X-600G
BT136X-800
BT136X-800F
BT136X-800G
BT137-500
BT137-500D
BT137-500E
BT137-500F
BT137-500G
BT137-600D
BT137-600E
BT137-600G
BT137-800G
BT137B-600
BT137B-600F
BT137F-500
BT137F-500D
BT137F-500E
BT137F-500F
BT137F-500G
BT137F-600D
BT137F-600E
BT137F-600G
BT137F-800G
BT137S-600E
BT137X-500
BT137X-500D
BT137X-500E
BT137X-500F
BT137X-500G
BT137X-600D
BT137X-600E
BT137X-600G
BT137X-800G
BT138-500G
BT138-600G
BT138-800G
BT138F-500G
BT138F-600G
BT138F-800G
BT138X-500G
BT138X-600G
BT138X-800G
BT139-500G
BT139-600G
BT139-800G
BT139F-500G
BT139F-600G
BT139F-800G
BT139X-500G
BT139X-500H
A-3
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
L6004L6
L6004L8
Q6004L4
Q6004L4
Q8004L4
Q8004L4
Q8004L4
L6004D5
L6004D6
L6004D8
Q6004L4
L6004L6
L6004L8
Q6004L4
Q6004L4
Q6004L4
L6004L6
L6004L8
Q6004L4
Q6004L4
Q8004L4
Q8004L4
Q8004L4
Q6008R4
L6008L6
L6008L8
Q6008R4
Q6008R4
L6008L6
L6008L8
Q6008R5
Q8008R5
Q6010N4
Q6010N4
Q6008L4
L6008L6
L6008L8
Q6008L4
Q6008L4
L6008L6
L6008L8
Q6008L5
Q8008L5
L6008D8
Q6008L4
L6008L6
L6008L8
Q6008L4
Q6008L4
L6008L6
L6008L8
Q6008L5
Q8008L5
Q6015R5
Q6015R5
Q8015R5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q8015L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q8015L5
Q6015R5
Q6015R5
Q8015R5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q8015L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L6
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
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Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
BT139X-600G
BT139X-600H
BT139X-800G
BT139X-800H
BT145-500R
BT145-600R
BT145-800R
BT149B
BT149D
BT149E
BT149G
BT150-500R
BT150-600R
BT150S-600R
BT151-500R
BT151-650R
BT151-800R
BT151S-500R
BT151S-650R
BT151X-500
BT151X-650
BT151X-800
BT152-400R
BT152-600R
BT152-800R
BT152B-400R
BT152B-600R
BT152B-800R
BT168B
BT168D
BT168E
BT168G
BT169B
BT169D
BT169E
BT169G
BT300-500R
BT300-600R
BT300-800R
BT300S-600R
BTA04-200A
BTA04-200D
BTA04-200GP
BTA04-200S
BTA04-200T
BTA04-400A
BTA04-400D
BTA04-400GP
BTA04-400S
BTA04-400T
BTA04-600A
BTA04-600D
BTA04-600GP
BTA04-600S
BTA04-600T
BTA06-200A
BTA06-200B
BTA06-200C
BTA06-200D
BTA06-200GP
BTA06-200S
BTA06-200SW
BTA06-200T
BTA06-200TW
BTA06-400A
BTA06-400B
BTA06-400BW
BTA06-400C
BTA06-400CW
BTA06-400D
Q6015L5
Q6015L6
Q8015L5
Q8015L6
Q6025R
Q6025R
Q8025R
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103M
T106M1
T106M1
S6004DS2
S6010R
S8010R
S8010R
S6012D
S8012D
S6010L
S8010L
S8010L
S4020L
S6020L
S8020L
S4025N
S6025N
S8025N
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103M
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103M
S6008R
S6008R
S8008R
S6008D
L2004L8
L2004L6
L2004L6
L2004L6
L2004L5
L4004L8
L4004L6
L4004L6
L4004L6
L4004L5
L6004L8
L6004L6
L6004L6
L6004L6
L6004L5
L2006L8
Q2006L4
Q2006L4
L2006L6
L2006L6
L2006L6
L2006L8
L2006L5
L2006L6
L4006L8
Q4006L4
Q4006LH4
Q4006L4
Q4006LH4
L4006L6
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Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
BTA06-400GP
BTA06-400S
BTA06-400SW
BTA06-400T
BTA06-400TW
BTA06-600A
BTA06-600B
BTA06-600BW
BTA06-600C
BTA06-600CW
BTA06-600D
BTA06-600GP
BTA06-600S
BTA06-600SW
BTA06-600T
BTA06-600TW
BTA06-700B
BTA06-700BW
BTA06-700C
BTA06-700CW
BTA06-800B
BTA06-800BW
BTA06-800C
BTA06-800CW
BTA08-200A
BTA08-200B
BTA08-200C
BTA08-200S
BTA08-200SW
BTA08-200TW
BTA08-400A
BTA08-400B
BTA08-400BW
BTA08-400C
BTA08-400CW
BTA08-400S
BTA08-400SW
BTA08-400TW
BTA08-600A
BTA08-600B
BTA08-600BW
BTA08-600C
BTA08-600CW
BTA08-600S
BTA08-600SW
BTA08-600TW
BTA08-700B
BTA08-700BW
BTA08-700C
BTA08-700CW
BTA08-800B
BTA08-800BW
BTA08-800C
BTA08-800CW
BTA10-200AW
BTA10-200B
BTA10-200BW
BTA10-200C
BTA10-200CW
BTA10-400AW
BTA10-400B
BTA10-400BW
BTA10-400C
BTA10-400CW
BTA10-400GP
BTA10-600AW
BTA10-600B
BTA10-600BW
BTA10-600C
BTA10-600CW
A-4
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
L4006L6
L4006L6
L4006L8
L4006L5
L4006L6
L6006L8
Q6006L5
Q6006LH4
Q6006L5
Q6006LH4
L6006L6
L6006L6
L6006L6
L6006L8
L6006L5
L6006L6
Q8006L5
Q8006LH4
Q8006L5
Q7006LH4
Q8006L5
Q8006LH4
Q8006L5
Q8006LH4
L2008L8
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
L2008L6
L2008L8
L2008L6
L4008L8
Q4008L4
Q4008LH4
Q4008L4
Q4008LH4
L4008L6
L4008L8
L4008L6
L6008L8
Q6008L5
Q6008LH4
Q6008L5
Q6008LH4
L6008L6
L6008L8
L6008L6
Q8008L5
Q8008LH4
Q8008L5
Q8008LH4
Q8008L5
Q8008LH4
Q8008L5
Q8008LH4
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010LH5
Q2010L5
Q2010LH5
Q4010L5
Q4010L5
Q4010LH5
Q4010L5
Q4010LH5
Q4010L4
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q6010LH5
Q6010L5
Q6010LH5
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D
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S
D
D
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
D
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D
S
S
D
D
S
S
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D
S
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TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
©2002 Teccor Electronics
Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
BTA10-600GP
BTA10-700AW
BTA10-700B
BTA10-700BW
BTA10-700C
BTA10-700CW
BTA10-800B
BTA10-800BW
BTA10-800C
BTA10-800CW
BTA12-200AW
BTA12-200B
BTA12-200BW
BTA12-200C
BTA12-400AW
BTA12-400B
BTA12-400BW
BTA12-400C
BTA12-400CW
BTA12-600AW
BTA12-600B
BTA12-600BW
BTA12-600C
BTA12-600CW
BTA12-700AW
BTA12-700B
BTA12-700BW
BTA12-700C
BTA12-700CW
BTA12-800B
BTA12-800BW
BTA12-800C
BTA12-800CW
BTA13-200B
BTA13-400B
BTA13-600B
BTA13-700B
BTA13-800B
BTA140-500
BTA140-600
BTA140-800
BTA16-200AW
BTA16-200B
BTA16-200BW
BTA16-400AW
BTA16-400B
BTA16-400BW
BTA16-400CW
BTA16-600AW
BTA16-600B
BTA16-600BW
BTA16-600CW
BTA16-700AW
BTA16-700B
BTA16-700BW
BTA16-700CW
BTA16-800AW
BTA16-800B
BTA16-800BW
BTA16-800CW
BTA20-400BW
BTA20-400CW
BTA204S-600C
BTA204S-600E
BTA20-600BW
BTA20-600CW
BTA20-700BW
BTA20-700CW
BTA20-800BW
BTA20-800CW
Q6010L4
Q8010L5
Q8010L5
Q8010LH5
Q8010L5
Q8010LH5
Q8010L5
Q8010LH5
Q8010L5
Q8010LH5
Q2012LH5
Q2015L5
Q4012LH5
Q2015L5
Q4012LH5
Q4015L5
Q4012LH5
Q4015L5
Q4012LH5
Q6012LH5
Q6015L5
Q6012LH5
Q6015L5
Q6012LH5
Q8012LH5
Q8015L5
Q8012LH5
Q8015L5
Q8012LH5
Q8015L5
Q8012LH5
Q8015L5
Q8012LH5
Q2015L5
Q4015L5
Q6015L5
Q8015L5
Q8015L5
Q6025R5
Q6025R5
Q8025R5
Q2016LH6
Q2015L5
Q2016LH4
Q2016LH6
Q2015L5
Q2016LH4
Q4016LH4
Q6016LH6
Q6015L5
Q6016LH4
Q6016LH4
Q8016LH6
Q8015L5
Q8016LH4
Q8016LH4
Q8016LH6
Q8015L5
Q8016LH4
Q8016LH4
Q4025L6
Q4025L6
Q6006DH4
Q6006DH3
Q6025L6
Q6025L6
Q8025L6
Q8025L6
Q8025L6
Q8025L6
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©2002 Teccor Electronics
Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
BTA208-600B
BTA208-800B
BTA208S-600E
BTA208S-800C
BTA208X-600B
BTA208X-800B
BTA20C
BTA20D
BTA20E
BTA20M
BTA20N
BTA212-600B
BTA212-800B
BTA212B-600B
BTA212B-800B
BTA212X-600B
BTA212X-800B
BTA216-600B
BTA216-800B
BTA216B-600
BTA216X-600B
BTA216X-800B
BTA21C
BTA21D
BTA21E
BTA21M
BTA21N
BTA225-600B
BTA225-800B
BTA225B-600B
BTA225B-800B
BTA22B
BTA22C
BTA22D
BTA22E
BTA22M
BTA23B
BTA23C
BTA23D
BTA23E
BTA23M
BTA24-600BW
BTA24-600CW
BTA24-700BW
BTA24-700CW
BTA24-800BW
BTA24-800CW
BTA25-200A
BTA25-200B
BTA25-400A
BTA25-400B
BTA25-600A
BTA25-600B
BTA25-600BW
BTA25-600CW
BTA25-700A
BTA25-700B
BTA25-800A
BTA25-800B
BTA25-800BW
BTA25-800CW
BTA26-200A
BTA26-200B
BTA26-400A
BTA26-400B
BTA26-400BW
BTA26-400CW
BTA26-600A
BTA26-600B
BTA26-600BW
A-5
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
Q6008RH4
Q8008RH4
Q6008DH3
Q8008DH4
Q6008LH4
Q8008LH4
Q4006R4
Q4006R4
Q6006R4
Q6006R5
Q8006R5
Q6012RH5
Q8012RH5
Q6012NH5
Q8012NH5
Q6012LH5
Q8012LH5
Q6015R6
Q8015R6
Q6016NH4
Q6015L6
Q8015L6
Q4008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R4
Q6008R5
Q8008R5
Q6025R6
Q8025R6
Q6025NH6
Q8025NH6
Q2010R5
Q4010R5
Q4010R5
Q5010R5
Q6010R5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q4015R5
Q5015R5
Q6015R5
Q6025L6
Q6025L6
Q8025L6
Q8025L6
Q8025L6
Q8025L6
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q8025P5
Q8025P5
Q8025P5
Q8025P5
Q8025P5
Q8025P5
Q2025K6
Q2025K6
Q4025K6
Q4025K6
Q4025K6
Q4025K6
Q6025K6
Q6025K6
Q6025K6
S
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D
D
D
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S
S
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S
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S
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TO-220 (N.ISOL
TO-220 (N.ISOL
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
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+1 972-580-7777
Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
BTA26-600CW
BTA26-700A
BTA26-700B
BTA26-700BW
BTA26-700CW
BTA26-800A
BTA26-800B
BTA26-800BW
BTA26-800CW
BTA40-200A
BTA40-200B
BTA40-400A
BTA40-400B
BTA40-600A
BTA40-600B
BTA40-700A
BTA40-700B
BTA41-200A
BTA41-200B
BTA41-400A
BTA41-400B
BTA41-600A
BTA41-600B
BTA41-700A
BTA41-700B
BTA41-800A
BTA41-800B
BTB04-200A
BTB04-200D
BTB04-200S
BTB04-200T
BTB04-400A
BTB04-400D
BTB04-400S
BTB04-400T
BTB04-600A
BTB04-600D
BTB04-600S
BTB04-600T
BTB06-200A
BTB06-200B
BTB06-200C
BTB06-200D
BTB06-200S
BTB06-200T
BTB06-400A
BTB06-400B
BTB06-400BW
BTB06-400C
BTB06-400CW
BTB06-400D
BTB06-400S
BTB06-400T
BTB06-600A
BTB06-600B
BTB06-600BW
BTB06-600C
BTB06-600CW
BTB06-600D
BTB06-600S
BTB06-600T
BTB06-700B
BTB06-700BW
BTB06-700C
BTB06-700CW
BTB06-800B
BTB06-800BW
BTB06-800C
BTB06-800CW
BTB08-200A
Q6025K6
Q8025K6
Q8025K6
Q8025K6
Q8025K6
Q8025K6
Q8025K6
Q8025K6
Q8025K6
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q8035P5
Q8035P5
Q2040K7
Q2040K7
Q4040K7
Q4040K7
Q6040K7
Q6040K7
Q8040K7
Q8040K7
Q8040K7
Q8040K7
L2004F81
L2004F61
L2004F61
L2004F51
L4004F81
L4004F61
L4004F61
L4004F51
L6004F61
L6004F61
L6004F81
L6004F51
L2006L8
Q2006R4
Q2006R4
L2006L6
L2006L6
L2006L5
L4006L8
Q4006R4
Q4006RH4
Q4006R4
Q4006RH4
L4006L6
L4006L6
L4006L5
L6006L8
Q6006R5
Q6006RH4
Q6006R5
Q6006RH4
L6006L6
L6006L6
L6006L5
Q8006R5
Q8006RH4
Q8006R5
Q8006RH4
Q8006R5
Q8006RH4
Q8006R5
Q8006RH4
L2008L8
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S
S
S
S
S
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S
S
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Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
BTB08-200B
BTB08-200C
BTB08-200S
BTB08-400A
BTB08-400B
BTB08-400BW
BTB08-400C
BTB08-400CW
BTB08-400S
BTB08-600A
BTB08-600B
BTB08-600BW
BTB08-600C
BTB08-600CW
BTB08-600S
BTB08-700B
BTB08-700BW
BTB08-700C
BTB08-700CW
BTB08-800B
BTB08-800BW
BTB08-800C
BTB08-800CW
BTB10-200B
BTB10-200C
BTB10-400B
BTB10-400BW
BTB10-400C
BTB10-400CW
BTB10-600B
BTB10-600BW
BTB10-600C
BTB10-600CW
BTB10-700B
BTB10-700BW
BTB10-700C
BTB10-700CW
BTB10-800B
BTB10-800BW
BTB10-800C
BTB10-800CW
BTB12-200B
BTB12-200C
BTB12-400B
BTB12-400BW
BTB12-400C
BTB12-400CW
BTB12-400SW
BTB12-600B
BTB12-600BW
BTB12-600C
BTB12-600CW
BTB12-600SW
BTB12-700B
BTB12-700BW
BTB12-700C
BTB12-700CW
BTB12-700SW
BTB12-800B
BTB12-800BW
BTB12-800C
BTB12-800CW
BTB13-200B
BTB13-400B
BTB13-600B
BTB13-700B
BTB13-800B
BTB15-200B
BTB15-400B
BTB15-600B
A-6
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
L2008L6
L4008L8
Q4008R4
Q4008RH4
Q4008R4
Q4008RH4
L4008L6
L6008L8
Q6008R5
Q6008RH4
Q6008R5
Q6008RH4
L6008L6
Q8008R5
Q8008RH4
Q8008R5
Q8008RH4
Q8008R5
Q8008RH4
Q8008R5
Q8008RH4
Q2010R5
Q2010R5
Q4010R5
Q4010RH5
Q4010R5
Q4010RH5
Q6010R5
Q6010RH5
Q6010R5
Q6010RH5
Q8010R5
Q8010RH5
Q8010R5
Q8010RH5
Q8010R5
Q8010RH5
Q8010R5
Q8010RH5
Q2015R5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q4012RH5
Q4015R5
Q4012RH5
Q4016RH3
Q6015R5
Q6012RH5
Q6015R5
Q6012RH5
Q6016RH3
Q8015R5
Q8012RH5
Q8015R5
Q8012RH5
Q8016RH3
Q8015R5
Q8012RH5
Q8015R5
Q8012RH5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q8015R5
Q8015R5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
S
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TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
BTB15-700B
BTB16-200B
BTB16-400B
BTB16-400CW
BTB16-600B
BTB16-600CW
BTB16-700B
BTB16-700CW
BTB16-800B
BTB16-800CW
BTB19-200B
BTB19-400B
BTB19-600B
BTB19-700B
BTB20-400BW
BTB20-400CW
BTB20-600BW
BTB20-600CW
BTB20-700BW
BTB20-700CW
BTB20-800BW
BTB20-800CW
BTB24-200B
BTB24-400B
BTB24-600B
BTB24-600BW
BTB24-700B
BTB24-800B
BTB26-200A
BTB26-200B
BTB26-400A
BTB26-400B
BTB26-600A
BTB26-600B
BTB26-700A
BTB26-700B
BTB26-800B
BTB41-200A
BTB41-200B
BTB41-400A
BTB41-400B
BTB41-600A
BTB41-600B
BTB41-700A
BTB41-700B
BTB41-800A
BTB41-800B
BTW41-500G
BTW41-600G
BTW66-200
BTW66-400
BTW66-600
BTW66-800
BTW67-200
BTW67-400
BTW67-600
BTW67-800
BTW68-200
BTW68-200N
BTW68-400
BTW68-400N
BTW68-600
BTW68-600N
BTW68-800
BTW68-800N
BTW69-200
BTW69-200N
BTW69-400
BTW69-400N
BTW69-600
Q8015R5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q4016RH4
Q6015R5
Q6016RH4
Q8015R5
Q8016RH4
Q8015R5
Q8016RH4
Q2025R5
Q4025R5
Q6025R5
Q8025R5
Q4025R6
Q4025R6
Q6025R6
Q6025R6
Q8025R6
Q8025R6
Q8025R6
Q8025R6
Q2025R5
Q4025R5
Q6025R5
Q6025R6
Q8025R5
Q8025R5
Q2025K6
Q2025K6
Q4025K6
Q4025K6
Q6025K6
Q6025K6
Q8025K6
Q8025K6
Q8025K6
Q2040K7
Q2040K7
Q4040K7
Q4040K7
Q6040K7
Q6040K7
Q8040K7
Q8040K7
Q8040K7
Q8040K7
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
S2035J
S4035J
S6035J
S8035J
S2065J
S4065J
S6065J
S8065J
S2035K
S2035K
S4035K
S4035K
S6035K
S6035K
S8035K
S8035K
S2065K
S2055M
S4065K
S4055M
S6065K
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
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S
S
S
S
S
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S
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S
S
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S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
D
D
D
D
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
BTW69-600N
BTW69-800
BTW69-800N
BTW70-200N
BTW70-400N
BTW70-600N
BYW80-100
BYW80-150
BYW80-200
BYW80-50
C103A
C103B
C103D
C103E
C103M
C103Y
C103YY
C106A
C106A1
C106A11
C106A12
C106A2
C106A21
C106A3
C106A32
C106A4
C106A41
C106B
C106B1
C106B11
C106B12
C106B2
C106B21
C106B3
C106B32
C106B4
C106B41
C106C
C106C1
C106C11
C106C12
C106C2
C106C21
C106C3
C106C32
C106C4
C106C41
C106D
C106D1
C106D11
C106D12
C106D2
C106D21
C106D3
C106D32
C106D4
C106D41
C106E
C106E1
C106E11
C106E12
C106E2
C106E21
C106E3
C106E32
C106E4
C106E41
C106F
C106F1
C106F11
A-7
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
S6055M
S8065K
S8055M
S2070W
S4070W
S6070W
D2020L
D2020L
D2020L
D2020L
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103M
EC103B
EC103B
T106B1
T106B1
T106B11
T106B12
T106B2
T106B21
T106B3
T106B32
T106B4
T106B41
T106B1
T106B1
T106B11
T106B12
T106B2
T106B21
T106B3
T106B32
T106B4
T106B41
T106D
T106D1
T106D11
T106D12
T106D2
T106D1
T106D3
T106D32
T106D4
T106D41
T106D1
T106D1
T106D11
T106D12
T106D2
T106D21
T106D3
T106D32
T106D4
T106D41
T106M1
T106M1
T106M11
T106M12
T106M2
T106M21
T106M3
T106M32
T106M4
T106M41
T106B1
T106B1
T106B11
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TO-218 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
C106F12
C106F2
C106F21
C106F3
C106F32
C106F4
C106F41
C106M
C106M1
C106M11
C106M12
C106M2
C106M21
C106M3
C106M32
C106M4
C106M41
C106Q
C106Q1
C106Q11
C106Q12
C106Q2
C106Q21
C106Q3
C106Q32
C106Q4
C106Q41
C106Y
C106Y1
C106Y11
C106Y12
C106Y2
C106Y21
C106Y3
C106Y32
C106Y4
C106Y41
C107A
C107A1
C107A11
C107A12
C107A2
C107A21
C107A3
C107A32
C107A4
C107A41
C107B
C107B1
C107B11
C107B12
C107B2
C107B21
C107B3
C107B32
C107B4
C107B41
C107C
C107C1
C107C11
C107C12
C107C2
C107C21
C107C3
C107C32
C107C4
C107C41
C107D
C107D1
C107D11
T106B12
T106B2
T106B21
T106B3
T106B32
T106B4
T106B41
T106M1
T106M1
T106M11
T106M12
T106M2
T106M21
T106M3
T106M32
T106M4
T106M41
T106B1
T106B1
T106B11
T106B12
T106B2
T106B21
T106B3
T106B32
T106B4
T106B41
T106B1
T106B1
T106B11
T106B12
T106B2
T106B21
T106B3
T106B32
T106B4
T106B41
T107B1
T107B1
T107B11
T107B12
T107B2
T107B21
T107B3
T107B32
T107B4
T107B41
T107B1
T107B1
T107B11
T107B12
T107B2
T107B21
T107B3
T107B32
T107B4
T107B41
T107D1
T107D1
T107D11
T107D12
T107D2
T107D21
T107D3
T107D32
T107D4
T107D41
T107D1
T107D1
T107D11
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
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Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
C107D12
C107D2
C107D21
C107D3
C107D32
C107D4
C107D41
C107E
C107E1
C107E11
C107E12
C107E2
C107E21
C107E3
C107E32
C107E4
C107E41
C107F
C107F1
C107F11
C107F12
C107F2
C107F21
C107F3
C107F32
C107F4
C107F41
C107M
C107M1
C107M11
C107M12
C107M2
C107M21
C107M3
C107M32
C107M41
C107Q
C107Q1
C107Q11
C107Q12
C107Q2
C107Q21
C107Q3
C107Q32
C107Q4
C107Q41
C107Y
C107Y1
C107Y11
C107Y12
C107Y2
C107Y21
C107Y3
C107Y32
C107Y4
C107Y41
C108A
C108A1
C108A11
C108A12
C108A2
C108A21
C108A3
C108A32
C108A4
C108A41
C108B
C108B1
C108B11
C108B12
A-8
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
T107D12
T107D2
T107D21
T107D3
T107D32
T107D4
T107D41
T107M1
T107M1
T107M11
T107M12
T107M2
T107M21
T107M3
T107M32
T107M4
T107M41
T107B1
T107B1
T107B11
T107B12
T107B2
T107B21
T107B3
T107B32
T107B4
T107B41
T107M1
T107M1
T107M11
T107M12
T107M2
T107M21
T107M3
T107M32
T107M41
T107B1
T107B1
T107B11
T107B12
T107B2
T107B21
T107B3
T107B32
T107B4
T107B41
T107B1
T107B1
T107B11
T107B12
T107B2
T107B21
T107B3
T107B32
T107B4
T107B41
S2006FS21
S2006FS21
S2006FS211
S2006FS212
S2006FS22
S2006FS221
S2006FS23
S2006FS232
S2006FS24
S2006FS241
S2006FS21
S2006FS21
S2006FS211
S2006FS212
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TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
C108B2
C108B21
C108B3
C108B32
C108B4
C108B41
C108C
C108C1
C108C11
C108C12
C108C2
C108C21
C108C3
C108C32
C108C4
C108C41
C108D
C108D1
C108D11
C108D12
C108D2
C108D21
C108D3
C108D32
C108D4
C108D41
C108E
C108E1
C108E11
C108E12
C108E2
C108E21
C108E3
C108E32
C108E4
C108E41
C108F
C108F1
C108F11
C108F12
C108F2
C108F21
C108F3
C108F32
C108F4
C108F41
C108M
C108M1
C108M11
C108M12
C108M2
C108M21
C108M3
C108M32
C108M4
C108M41
C108Q
C108Q1
C108Q11
C108Q12
C108Q2
C108Q21
C108Q3
C108Q32
C108Q4
C108Q41
C108Y
C108Y1
C108Y11
C108Y12
S2006FS22
S2006FS221
S2006FS23
S2006FS232
S2006FS24
S2006FS241
S4006FS21
S4006FS21
S4006FS211
S4006FS212
S4006FS22
S4006FS221
S4006FS23
S4006FS232
S4006FS24
S4006FS241
S4006FS21
S4006FS21
S4006FS211
S4006FS212
S4006FS22
S4006FS221
S4006FS23
S4006FS232
S4006FS24
S4006FS241
S6006FS21
S6006FS21
S6006FS211
S6006FS212
S6006FS22
S6006FS221
S6006FS23
S6006FS232
S6006FS24
S6006FS241
S2006FS21
S2006FS21
S2006FS211
S2006FS212
S2006FS22
S2006FS221
S2006FS23
S2006FS232
S2006FS24
S2006FS241
S6006FS21
S6006FS21
S6006FS211
S6006FS212
S6006FS22
S6006FS221
S6006FS23
S6006FS232
S6006FS24
S6006FS241
S2006FS21
S2006FS21
S2006FS211
S2006FS212
S2006FS22
S2006FS221
S2006FS23
S2006FS232
S2006FS24
S2006FS241
S2006FS21
S2006FS21
S2006FS211
S2006FS212
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
C108Y2
C108Y21
C108Y3
C108Y32
C108Y4
C108Y41
C116A1
C116B1
C116C1
C116D1
C116E1
C116F1
C116M1
C122A
C122B
C122C
C122D
C122E
C122F
C122M
C122N
C122S
C123A
C123B
C123C
C123D
C123E
C123F
C123M
C126A
C126B
C126C
C126D
C126E
C126F
C126M
C127A
C127B
C127D
C127E
C127F
C127M
C203A
C203B
C203C
C203D
C203Y
C203YY
C205A
C205B
C205C
C205D
C205Y
C205YY
D30
D40
DB3
DB4
DC34
DC38
DC42
DO201YR
HI03SC
HI03SD
HI03SG
HI03SH
HI03SS
HI13SC
HI13SD
HI13SG
A-9
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
S2006FS22
S2006FS221
S2006FS23
S2006FS232
S2006FS24
S2006FS241
S2008F1
S2008F1
S4008F1
S4008F1
S6008F1
S2008F1
S6008F1
S2008R
S2008R
S4008R
S4008R
S6008R
S2008R
S6008R
S8008R
S8008R
S2008L
S2008L
S4008L
S4008L
S6008L
S2008L
S6008L
S2012R
S2012R
S4012R
S4012R
S6012R
S2012R
S6012R
S2016R
S2016R
S4016R
S6016R
S2016R
S6016R
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
EC103D
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
EC103D
EC103B
EC103B
HT32
HT40
HT32
HT40
HT32
HT40
HT40
HT5761
L2004F31
L2004F51
L2004F61
L2004F81
L2004F31
L2004F31
L2004F51
L2004F61
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S
S
S
S
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TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
DO-35 (ISOL)
DO-35 (ISOL)
DO-35 (ISOL)
DO-35 (ISOL)
DO-35 (ISOL)
DO-35 (ISOL)
DO-35 (ISOL)
DO-35 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
HI13SH
HI13SS
HI23SC
HI23SD
HI23SG
HI23SH
HI23SS
HI33SC
HI33SD
HI33SG
HI33SH
HI33SS
HI43SC
HI43SD
HI43SG
HI43SH
HI43SS
HI63SC
HI63SD
HI63SG
HI63SH
HI63SS
HT06
HT16
HT26
HT36
HT46
HT66
ID100
ID101
ID102
ID103
ID104
ID105
ID106
IP100
IP101
IP102
IP103
IP104
IP105
IP106
IS010
IS010X
IS020
IS020X
IS08
IS08X
IS110
IS110X
IS120
IS120X
IS18
IS18X
IS210
IS210X
IS220
IS220X
IS28
IS28X
IS310
IS310X
IS320
IS320X
IS38
IS38X
IS410
IS410X
IS420
IS420X
L2004F81
L2004F31
L2004F31
L2004F51
L2004F61
L2004F81
L2004F31
L4004F31
L4004F51
L4004F61
L4004F81
L4004F31
L4004F31
L4004F51
L4004F61
L4004F81
L4004F31
L6004F31
L6004F51
L6004F61
L6004F81
L6004F31
Q2006F41
Q2006F41
Q2006F41
Q4006F41
Q4006F41
Q6006F41
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
EC103D
2N5064
2N5064
2N5064
2N5064
2N5064
EC103D
EC103D
S2010L
S2010L
S2020L
S2020L
S2008L
S2008L
S2010L
S2010L
S2020L
S2020L
S2008L
S2008L
S2010L
S2010L
S2020L
S2020L
S2008L
S2008L
S4010L
S4010L
S4020L
S4020L
S4008L
S4008L
S4010L
S4010L
S4020L
S4020L
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
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D
D
D
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D
D
D
D
D
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D
D
D
D
D
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D
D
D
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Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
IS48
IS48X
IS510
IS510X
IS520
IS520X
IS58
IS58X
IS610
IS610X
IS620
IS620X
IS68
IS68X
IT010
IT010A
IT010B
IT010HA
IT010HX
IT015
IT015A
IT015B
IT015HA
IT015HX
IT06
IT08
IT08A
IT08B
IT08HA
IT08HX
IT110
IT110A
IT110B
IT110HA
IT110HX
IT115
IT115A
IT115B
IT115HA
IT115HX
IT16
IT18
IT18A
IT18B
IT18HA
IT18HX
IT210
IT210A
IT210B
IT210HA
IT210HX
IT215
IT215A
IT215B
IT215HA
IT215HX
IT26
IT28
IT28A
IT28B
IT28HA
IT28HX
IT310
IT310A
IT310B
IT310HA
IT310HX
IT315
IT315A
IT315B
A-10
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
S4008L
S4008L
S6010L
S6010L
S6020L
S6020L
S6008L
S6008L
S6010L
S6010L
S6020L
S6020L
S6008L
S6008L
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2006L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2006L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2010L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2015L5
Q2006L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q4010L5
Q4010L5
Q4010L5
Q4010L5
Q4010L5
Q4015L5
Q4015L5
Q4015L5
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
IT315HA
IT315HX
IT36
IT38
IT38A
IT38B
IT38HA
IT38HX
IT410
IT410A
IT410B
IT410HA
IT410HX
IT415
IT415A
IT415B
IT415HA
IT415HX
IT46
IT48
IT48A
IT48B
IT48HA
IT48HX
IT510
IT510A
IT510B
IT510HA
IT510HX
IT515
IT515A
IT515B
IT515HA
IT515HX
IT56
IT58
IT58A
IT58B
IT58HA
IT58HX
IT610
IT610A
IT610B
IT610HA
IT610HX
IT615
IT615A
IT615B
IT615HA
IT615HX
IT66
IT68
IT68A
IT68B
IT68HA
IT68HX
K1V10
K1V11
K1V12
K1V14
K1V16
K1V18
K1V22
K1V24
K1V26
K1VA10
K1VA11
K1VA12
K1VA14
K1VA16
Q4015L5
Q4015L5
Q4006L4
Q4008L4
Q4008L4
Q4008L4
Q4008L4
Q4008L4
Q4010L5
Q4010L5
Q4010L5
Q4010L5
Q4010L5
Q4015L5
Q4015L5
Q4015L5
Q4015L5
Q4015L5
Q4006L4
Q4008L4
Q4008L4
Q4008L4
Q4008L4
Q4008L4
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q6006L4
Q6008L4
Q6008L4
Q6008L4
Q6008L4
Q6008L4
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q6006L5
Q6008L5
Q6008L5
Q6008L5
Q6008L5
Q6008L5
K1050G
K1100G
K1200G
K1300G
K1500G
K1500G
K2200G
K2400G
K2500G
K1050E70
K1100E70
K1200E70
K1300E70
K1500E70
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
L2004L7
L2004L9
L2006L7
L2006L9
L2008L7
L2008L9
L201E7
L201E9
L4004L7
L4004L9
L4006L7
L4006L9
L4008L7
L4008L9
L401E7
L401E9
L6004L7
L6004L9
L6006L7
L6006L9
L6008L7
L6008L9
L601E7
L601E9
MAC08BT1
MAC08DT1
MAC08MT1
MAC12D
MAC12HCD
MAC12HCM
MAC12HCN
MAC12M
MAC12N
MAC15-10
MAC15-10FP
MAC15-4
MAC15-4FP
MAC15-5
MAC15-6
MAC15-6FP
MAC15-7
MAC15-8
MAC15-8FP
MAC15-9
MAC15A10
MAC15A10FP
MAC15A4
MAC15A4FP
MAC15A5
MAC15A5FP
MAC15A6
MAC15A6FP
MAC15A7
MAC15A7FP
MAC15A8
MAC15A8FP
MAC15A9
MAC15A9FP
MAC15M
MAC15N
MAC16-10
MAC16-4
MAC16-6
MAC16-8
MAC16CD
MAC16CM
MAC16CN
MAC16D
MAC16M
MAC16N
A-11
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
L2004L6
L2004L8
L2006L6
L2006L8
L2008L6
L2008L8
L201E6
L201E8
L4004L6
L4004L8
L4006L6
L4006L8
L4008L6
L4008L8
L401E6
L401E8
L6004L6
L6004L8
L6006L6
L6006L8
L6008L6
L6008L8
L601E6
L601E8
L2X5
L4X5
L6X5
Q4015R5
Q4012RH5
Q6012RH5
Q8012RH5
Q6015R5
Q8015R5
Q8015R5
Q8015L5
Q2015R5
Q2015L5
Q4015R5
Q4015R5
Q4015L5
Q6015R5
Q6015R5
Q6015L5
Q8015R5
Q8015R5
Q8015L5
Q2015R5
Q2015L5
Q4015R5
Q4015L5
Q4015R5
Q4015L5
Q6015R5
Q6015L5
Q6015R5
Q6015L5
Q8015R5
Q8015L5
Q6015R5
Q8015R5
Q8015R6
Q2015R6
Q4015R6
Q6015R6
Q4015R6
Q6015R6
Q8015R6
Q4015R6
Q6015R6
Q8015R6
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
SOT-223/COMPAK
SOT-223/COMPAK
SOT-223/COMPAK
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
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Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
MAC20-10
MAC20-4
MAC20-5
MAC20-6
MAC20-7
MAC20-8
MAC20-9
MAC20A10
MAC20A4
MAC20A5
MAC20A6
MAC20A7
MAC20A8
MAC20A9
MAC210-10
MAC210-10FP
MAC210-4
MAC210-4FP
MAC210-5
MAC210-6
MAC210-6FP
MAC210-7
MAC210-8
MAC210-8FP
MAC210A10
MAC210A10F
MAC210A4
MAC210A4FP
MAC210A5
MAC210A5FP
MAC210A6
MAC210A6FP
MAC210A7
MAC210A7FP
MAC210A8
MAC210A8FP
MAC210A9
MAC210A9FP
MAC212-10
MAC212-10FP
MAC212-4
MAC212-4FP
MAC212-6
MAC212-6FP
MAC212-8
MAC212-8FP
MAC212A10
MAC212A10FP
MAC212A4
MAC212A4FP
MAC212A6
MAC212A6FP
MAC212A8
MAC212A8FP
MAC213-10
MAC213-4
MAC213-6
MAC213-8
MAC218-10
MAC218-10FP
MAC218-2
MAC218-3
MAC218-4
MAC218-4FP
MAC218-5
MAC218-6
MAC218-6FP
MAC218-7
MAC218-8
MAC218-8FP
Q8025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q8025P5
Q8025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q8025P5
Q8010R5
Q8010L5
Q2010R5
Q2010L5
Q4010R5
Q4010R5
Q4010L5
Q6010R5
Q6010R5
Q6010L5
Q8010R5
Q8010L5
Q2010R5
Q2010L5
Q4010R5
Q4010L5
Q4010R5
Q4010L5
Q6010R5
Q6010L5
Q6010R5
Q6010L5
Q8010R5
Q8010L5
Q8012RH5
Q8012LH5
Q2012RH5
Q2012LH5
Q4012RH5
Q4012LH5
Q6012RH5
Q6012LH5
Q8012RH5
Q8012LH5
Q2015RH5
Q2012LH5
Q4012RH5
Q4012LH5
Q6012RH5
Q6012LH5
Q8012RH5
Q2012RH5
Q4012RH5
Q6012RH5
Q8008R5
Q8008L5
Q2008R5
Q2008R5
Q2008R5
Q2008L5
Q4008R4
Q4008R4
Q4008L5
Q4008R4
Q6008R5
Q6008L5
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
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Teccor Package
Part Number
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
MAC218-A10
MAC218-A10FP
MAC218-A2
MAC218-A3
MAC218-A4
MAC218-A4FP
MAC218-A5
MAC218-A6
MAC218-A6FP
MAC218-A7
MAC218-A8
MAC218-A8FP
MAC219-10
MAC219-4
MAC219-6
MAC219-8
MAC220-2
MAC220-3
MAC220-5
MAC220-7
MAC220-9
MAC221-2
MAC221-3
MAC221-5
MAC221-7
MAC221-9
MAC222-1
MAC222-10
MAC222-2
MAC222-3
MAC222-4
MAC222-5
MAC222-6
MAC222-7
MAC222-8
MAC222-9
MAC222A1
MAC222A10
MAC222A2
MAC222A3
MAC222A4
MAC222A5
MAC222A6
MAC222A7
MAC222A8
MAC222A9
MAC223-10
MAC223-10FP
MAC223-3
MAC223-4
MAC223-4FP
MAC223-5
MAC223-6
MAC223-6FP
MAC223-7
MAC223-8
MAC223-8FP
MAC223-9
MAC223A10
MAC223A10FP
MAC223A3
MAC223A4
MAC223A4FP
MAC223A5
MAC223A5FP
MAC223A6
MAC223A6FP
MAC223A7
MAC223A7FP
MAC223A8
A-12
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
Q8008R5
Q8008L5
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q2008L4
Q4008R4
Q4008R4
Q4008L4
Q5008R4
Q6008R5
Q6008L5
Q8008R5
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R5
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R4
Q8008R5
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R4
Q8008R5
Q2008R4
Q8008R5
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R4
Q6008R5
Q8008R5
Q2008R4
Q8008R5
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R4
Q6008R5
Q8008R5
Q8025R5
Q8025L6
Q2025R5
Q2025R5
Q2025L6
Q4025R5
Q4025R5
Q4025L6
Q6025R5
Q6025R5
Q6025L6
Q8025R5
Q8025R5
Q8025L6
Q4025R5
Q2025R5
Q2025L6
Q4025R5
Q4025L6
Q4025R5
Q4025L6
Q6025R5
Q6025L6
Q6025R5
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
MAC223A8FP
MAC223A9
MAC223A9FP
MAC224-10
MAC224-4
MAC224-5
MAC224-6
MAC224-7
MAC224-8
MAC224A10
MAC224A4
MAC224A5
MAC224A6
MAC224A7
MAC224A8
MAC224A9
MAC228-2
MAC228-3
MAC228-4
MAC228-4FP
MAC228-5
MAC228-6
MAC228-6FP
MAC228-7
MAC228-8
MAC228-8FP
MAC228A2
MAC228A3
MAC228A4
MAC228A4FP
MAC228A5
MAC228A6
MAC228A6FP
MAC228A7
MAC228A8
MAC228A8FP
MAC229-4
MAC229-4FP
MAC229-6
MAC229-6FP
MAC229-8
MAC229-8FP
MAC229A4
MAC229A4FP
MAC229A6
MAC229A6FP
MAC229A8
MAC229A8FP
MAC229A8FP
MAC25-10
MAC25-4
MAC25-5
MAC25-6
MAC25-7
MAC25-8
MAC25-9
MAC25A10
MAC25A4
MAC25A5
MAC25A6
MAC25A7
MAC25A8
MAC25A9
MAC3010-15
MAC3010-25
MAC3010-4
MAC3010-8
MAC3020-15
MAC3020-25
MAC3020-4
Q6025L6
Q8025R5
Q8025L6
Q8040K7
Q2040K7
Q4040K7
Q4040K7
Q6040K7
Q6040K7
Q8040K7
Q2040K7
Q4040K7
Q4040K7
Q6040K7
Q6040K7
Q8040K7
L2008L6
L2008L6
L2008L6
L2008L6
L4008L6
L4008L6
L4008L6
L6008L6
L6008L6
L6008L6
L2008L6
L2008L6
L2008L6
L2008L6
L4008L6
L4008L6
L4008L6
L6008L6
L6008L6
L6008L6
L2008L6
L2008L6
L4008L6
L4008L6
L6008L6
L6008L6
L2008L6
L2008L6
L4008L6
L4008L6
L6008L6
L6008L6
L6008L6
Q8025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q8025P5
Q8025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q8025P5
Q2015R5
Q2025R5
L2004F31
Q2008R4
Q4015R5
Q4025R5
L4004F31
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
S
D
S
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
MAC3020-8
MAC3030-15
MAC3030-25
MAC3030-4
MAC3030-8
MAC3040-15
MAC3040-25
MAC3040-4
MAC3040-8
MAC320-10
MAC320-10FP
MAC320-4
MAC320-4FP
MAC320-6
MAC320-6FP
MAC320-8
MAC320-8FP
MAC320A10
MAC320A4
MAC320A6
MAC320A8
MAC321-10
MAC321-4
MAC321-6
MAC321-8
MAC4DCM
MAC4DCM1
MAC4DCN
MAC4DCN1
MAC4DHM
MAC4DHM1
MAC4DLM
MAC4DLM1
MAC4DSM
MAC4DSM1
MAC4DSN
MAC4DSN1
MAC50-4
MAC50-5
MAC50-6
MAC50-7
MAC50-8
MAC50-9
MAC50A4
MAC50A5
MAC50A6
MAC50A7
MAC50A8
MAC50A9
MAC515-10
MAC515-4
MAC515-5
MAC515-6
MAC515-7
MAC515-8
MAC515-9
MAC515A10
MAC515A4
MAC515A5
MAC515A6
MAC515A7
MAC515A8
MAC515A9
MAC525-10
MAC525-4
MAC525-5
MAC525-6
MAC525-7
MAC525-8
MAC525-9
A-13
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
Q4008R4
Q2015R5
Q2025R5
L4004F41
Q2008R4
Q4015R5
Q4025R5
L4004F41
Q4008R4
Q8025R5
Q8025L6
Q2025R5
Q2025L6
Q4025R5
Q4025L6
Q6025R5
Q6025L6
Q8025R5
Q2025R5
Q4025R5
Q6025R5
Q8025R5
Q2025R5
Q4025R5
Q6025R5
Q6006DH4
Q6006VH4
Q8006DH4
Q8006VH4
L6004D6
L6004V6
L6004D5
L6004V5
Q6006DH3
Q6006VH3
Q8006DH3
Q8006VH3
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q8035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q8035P5
Q8025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q8025P5
Q8025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q8025P5
Q8025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q8025P5
D
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
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Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
MAC525A10
MAC525A4
MAC525A5
MAC525A6
MAC525A7
MAC525A8
MAC525A9
MAC625-4
MAC625-6
MAC625-8
MAC635-4
MAC635-6
MAC635-8
MAC8D
MAC8M
MAC8N
MAC91-1
MAC91-2
MAC91-3
MAC91-4
MAC91-5
MAC91-6
MAC91-7
MAC91-8
MAC91A1
MAC91A2
MAC91A3
MAC91A4
MAC91A5
MAC91A6
MAC91A7
MAC91A8
MAC92-1
MAC92-2
MAC92-3
MAC92-4
MAC92-5
MAC92-6
MAC92-7
MAC92-8
MAC92A1
MAC92A2
MAC92A3
MAC92A4
MAC92A5
MAC92A6
MAC92A7
MAC92A8
MAC93-1
MAC93-2
MAC93-3
MAC93-4
MAC93-5
MAC93-6
MAC93-7
MAC93-8
MAC93A1
MAC93A2
MAC93A3
MAC93A4
MAC93A5
MAC93A6
MAC93A7
MAC93A8
MAC94-1
MAC94-2
MAC94-3
MAC94-4
MAC94-5
MAC94-6
Q8025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q8025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q4008RH4
Q6008RH4
Q8008RH4
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q4X8E3
Q4X8E3
Q5X8E3
Q6X8E3
L2X8E6
L2X8E6
L2X8E6
L2X8E6
L4X8E6
L4X8E6
L6X8E6
L6X8E6
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L4X8E5
L4X8E5
L6X8E5
L6X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L4X8E5
L4X8E5
L6X8E5
L6X8E5
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L4X8E3
L4X8E3
L6X8E3
L6X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
L4X8E3
L4X8E3
L6X8E3
L6X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q4X8E3
Q4X8E3
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
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+1 972-580-7777
Teccor Package
Part Number
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
MAC94-7
MAC94-8
MAC94A1
MAC94A2
MAC94A3
MAC94A4
MAC94A5
MAC94A6
MAC94A7
MAC94A8
MAC95-1
MAC95-2
MAC95-3
MAC95-4
MAC95-5
MAC95-6
MAC95-7
MAC95-8
MAC95A1
MAC95A2
MAC95A3
MAC95A4
MAC95A5
MAC95A6
MAC95A7
MAC95A8
MAC96-1
MAC96-2
MAC96-3
MAC96-4
MAC96-5
MAC96-6
MAC96-7
MAC96-8
MAC96A1
MAC96A2
MAC96A3
MAC96A4
MAC96A5
MAC96A6
MAC96A7
MAC96A8
MAC97-2
MAC97-3
MAC97-4
MAC97-5
MAC97-6
MAC97-7
MAC97-8
MAC97A2
MAC97A3
MAC97A4
MAC97A5
MAC97A6
MAC97A7
MAC97A8
MAC97B2
MAC97B3
MAC97B4
MAC97B5
MAC97B6
MAC97B7
MAC97B8
MAC9D
MAC9M
MAC9N
MCR08BT1
MCR08DT1
MCR08MT1
MCR100-3
A-14
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
Q6X8E3
Q6X8E3
L2X8E6
L2X8E6
L2X8E6
L2X8E6
L4X8E6
L4X8E6
L6X8E6
L6X8E6
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L4X8E5
L4X8E5
L6X8E5
L6X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L4X8E5
L4X8E5
L6X8E5
L6X8E5
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L4X8E3
L4X8E3
L6X8E3
L6X8E3
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L4X8E3
L4X8E3
L6X8E3
L6X8E3
L2X8E6
L2X8E6
L2X8E6
L4X8E6
L4X8E6
L6X8E6
L6X8E6
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L2X8E5
L4X8E5
L4X8E5
L6X8E5
L6X8E5
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L2X8E3
L4X8E3
L4X8E3
L6X8E3
L6X8E3
Q4008RH4
Q6008RH4
Q8008RH4
S2S
S4S
S6S
EC103B
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
SOT-223 / COMPAK
SOT-223 / COMPAK
SOT-223 / COMPAK
TO-92 (ISOL)
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
MCR100-4
MCR100-5
MCR100-6
MCR100-7
MCR100-8
MCR101
MCR102
MCR103
MCR106-1
MCR106-2
MCR106-3
MCR106-4
MCR106-5
MCR106-6
MCR106-7
MCR106-8
MCR120
MCR12DSM
MCR12DSM1
MCR12M
MCR12N
MCR16D
MCR16M
MCR16N
MCR202
MCR203
MCR204
MCR206
MCR218-10FP
MCR218-2
MCR218-2FP
MCR218-3
MCR218-3FP
MCR218-4
MCR218-4FP
MCR218-5
MCR218-6
MCR218-6FP
MCR218-7
MCR218-8
MCR218-8FP
MCR220-5
MCR220-7
MCR220-9
MCR22-1
MCR221-5
MCR221-7
MCR221-9
MCR22-2
MCR22-3
MCR22-4
MCR225-10FP
MCR225-2FP
MCR225-4FP
MCR225-5
MCR225-6FP
MCR225-7
MCR225-8FP
MCR225-9
MCR22-6
MCR22-7
MCR22-8
MCR25D
MCR25M
MCR25N
MCR264-10
MCR264-2
MCR264-3
MCR264-4
MCR264-6
EC103B
EC103D
EC103D
EC103M
EC103M
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
T106B1
T106B1
T106B1
T106B1
T106D1
T106D1
T106M1
T106M1
EC103B
S6010DS2
S6010VS2
Q6015R
Q8015R
Q4015R
Q6015R
Q8015R
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
S8008L
S2008R
S2008L
S2008R
S2008L
S2008R
S2008L
S4008R
S4008R
S4008L
S6008R
S6008R
S6008L
S4012R
S6012R
S8012R
TCR22-4
S4016R
S6016R
S8016R
TCR22-4
TCR22-4
TCR22-4
S8025L
S2025L
S2025L
S4025R
S4025L
S6025R
S6025L
S8025R
TCR22-6
TCR22-8
TCR22-8
S4025R
S6025R
S8025R
S8040R
S2040R
S2040R
S2040R
S4040R
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
MCR264-8
MCR265-10
MCR265-2
MCR265-3
MCR265-4
MCR265-6
MCR265-8
MCR3000-1
MCR3000-10
MCR3000-2
MCR3000-3
MCR3000-4
MCR3000-5
MCR3000-6
MCR3000-7
MCR3000-8
MCR3000-9
MCR310-1
MCR310-2
MCR310-3
MCR310-4
MCR310-5
MCR310-6
MCR310-7
MCR310-8
MCR506-1
MCR506-2
MCR506-3
MCR506-4
MCR506-6
MCR506-8
MCR525-1
MCR525-2
MCR525-3
MCR525-6
MCR68-1
MCR68-2
MCR68-3
MCR68-6
MCR69-1
MCR69-2
MCR69-3
MCR69-6
MCR704A
MCR704A1
MCR706A
MCR706A1
MCR708A
MCR708A1
MCR716
MCR718
MCR72-1
MCR72-2
MCR72-3
MCR72-4
MCR72-5
MCR72-6
MCR72-7
MCR72-8
MCR8DCM
MCR8DCM1
MCR8DCN
MCR8DCN1
MCR8DSM
MCR8DSM1
MCR8SD
MCR8SM
MK1V115
MK1V125
MK1V135
A-15
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
S6040R
S8055R
S2055R
S2055R
S2055R
S4055R
S6055R
S2008R
S8008R
S2008R
S2008R
S2008R
S4008R
S4008R
S6008R
S6008R
S8008R
S2010LS2
S2010LS2
S2010LS2
S2010LS2
S4010LS2
S4010LS2
S6010LS2
S6010LS2
S2006FS21
S2006FS21
S2006FS21
S2006FS21
S4006FS21
S6006FS21
S2035J
S2035J
S2035J
S4035J
S2012R
S2012R
S2012R
S4012R
S2025R
S2025R
S2025R
S4025R
S2004DS2
S2004VS2
S4004DS2
S4004VS2
S6004DS2
S6004VS2
S4004DS2
S6004DS2
S2008LS2
S2008LS2
S2008LS2
S2008LS2
S4008LS2
S4008LS2
S6008LS2
S6008LS2
S6008D
S6008V
S8008D
S8008V
S6008DS2
S6008VS2
S4008FS21
S6008FS21
K1100G
K1200G
K1300G
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
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Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
MK1V240
MK1V260
MK1V270
MK1V280
MKP1V120
MKP1V130
MKP1V240
MKP3V110
MKP3V120
MKP3V130
MKP9V120
MKP9V130
MKP9V240
MKP9V260
MKP9V270
MN611A
P0100AA
P0100AB
P0100BA
P0100BB
P0100CA
P0100CB
P0100DA
P0100DB
P0101AA
P0101AB
P0101BA
P0101BB
P0101CA
P0101CB
P0101DA
P0101DB
P0102AA
P0102AB
P0102AD
P0102AN
P0102BA
P0102BB
P0102BD
P0102BN
P0102CA
P0102CB
P0102CD
P0102CN
P0102DA
P0102DB
P0102DD
P0102DN
P0103AA
P0103AB
P0103BA
P0103BB
P0103CA
P0103CB
P0103DA
P0103DB
P0104AA
P0104AB
P0104BA
P0104BB
P0104CA
P0104CB
P0104DA
P0104DB
P0105AA
P0105AB
P0105BA
P0105BB
P0105CA
P0105CB
K2400G
K2500G
K2500G
K2500G
K1200E70
K1300E70
K2400E70
K1100G
K1200G
K1300G
K1200E70
K1300E70
K2400E70
K2500E70
K2500E70
K1050E70
EC103B1
EC103B1
EC103B1
EC103B1
EC103D1
EC103D1
EC103D1
EC103D1
EC103B1
EC103B1
EC103B1
EC103B1
EC103D1
EC103D1
EC103D1
EC103D1
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B78
S2S
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B78
S2S
EC103D
EC103D
EC103D78
S4S
EC103D
EC103D
EC103D78
S4S
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
EC103D
EC103D
EC103D
EC103B2
EC103B2
EC103B2
EC103B2
EC103D2
EC103D2
EC103D2
EC103D2
EC103B2
EC103B2
EC103B2
EC103B2
EC103D2
EC103D2
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
S
S
S
D
S
S
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+1 972-580-7777
Teccor Package
Part Number
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
DO-15X
DO-15X
DO-15X
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
SOT223/COMPAK
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
SOT223/COMPAK
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
SOT223/COMPAK
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
SOT223/COMPAK
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
P0105DA
P0105DB
P0110AA
P0110AB
P0110BA
P0110BB
P0110CA
P0110CB
P0110DA
P0110DB
P0111AN
P0111BN
P0111CN
P0111DN
PT20
PT40
PT60
Q2015L9
Q2015R9
Q2025L9
Q2025R9
Q2040J9
Q2040K9
Q4015L9
Q4015R9
Q4025L9
Q4025R9
Q4040J9
Q4040K9
Q5015L9
Q5015R9
Q5025L9
Q5025R9
Q5040J9
Q5040K9
Q6015L9
Q6015R9
Q6025L9
Q6025R9
Q6040J9
Q6040K9
Q7015L9
Q7015R9
Q7025L9
Q7025R9
Q7040J9
Q7040K9
Q8015L9
Q8015R9
Q8025L9
Q8025R9
Q8040J9
Q8040K9
S0402BH
S0402DH
S0402MH
S0405BH
S0405DH
S0405MH
S0406BH
S0406DH
S0406MH
S0406NH
S0407BH
S0407DH
S0407MH
S0410BH
S0410DH
S0410MH
S0410NH
A-16
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
EC103D2
EC103D2
EC103B1
EC103B1
EC103B1
EC103B2
EC103D2
EC103D1
EC103D1
EC103D1
S2S1
S2S1
S4S1
S4S1
D2015L
D4015L
D6015L
Q2016LH6
Q2016RH6
Q2025L6
Q2025R6
Q2040J7
Q2040K7
Q4016LH6
Q4016RH6
Q4025L6
Q4025R6
Q4040J7
Q4040K7
Q6016LH6
Q6016RH6
Q6025L6
Q6025R6
Q6040J7
Q6040K7
Q6016LH6
Q6016RH6
Q6025L6
Q6025R6
Q6040J7
Q6040K7
Q8016LH6
Q8016RH6
Q8025L6
Q8025R6
Q8040J7
Q8040K7
Q8016LH6
Q8016RH6
Q8025L6
Q8025R6
Q8040J7
Q8040K7
T106B1
T106D1
T106M1
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S8006L
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S8006L
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
S
S
S
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
SOT223/COMPAK
SOT223/COMPAK
SOT223/COMPAK
SOT223/COMPAK
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218X (ISOL)
TO-218AC (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218X (ISOL)
TO-218AC (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218X (ISOL)
TO-218AC (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218X (ISOL)
TO-218AC (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218X (ISOL)
TO-218AC (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218X (ISOL)
TO-218AC (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
S0417BH
S0417DH
S0417MH
S0417NH
S0602BH
S0602DH
S0602MH
S0605BH
S0605DH
S0605MH
S0606BH
S0606DH
S0606MH
S0606NH
S0607BH
S0607DH
S0607MH
S0610BH
S0610DH
S0610MH
S0610NH
S0617BH
S0617DH
S0617MH
S0617NH
S0802BH
S0802DH
S0802MH
S0805BH
S0805DH
S0805MH
S0806BH
S0806DH
S0806MH
S0806NH
S0807BH
S0807DH
S0807MH
S0807NH
S0810BH
S0810DH
S0810MH
S0810NH
S0817BH
S0817DH
S0817MH
S0817NH
S1005BH
S1005DH
S1005MH
S1006BH
S1006DH
S1006MH
S1006NH
S1007BH
S1007DH
S1007MH
S1010BH
S1010DH
S1010MH
S1010NH
S1017BH
S1017DH
S1017MH
S1017NH
S106A1
S106B1
S106C1
S106D1
S106E1
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S8006L
S2006LS2
S4006LS2
S6006LS2
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S8006L
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S8006L
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S8006L
S2008LS2
S4008LS2
S6008LS2
S2006R
S4006R
S6008R
S2008R
S4008R
S6008R
S8008R
S2008R
S4008R
S6008R
S8008R
S2008R
S4008R
S6008R
S8008R
S2008R
S4008R
S6008R
S8008R
S2010R
S4010R
S6010R
S2010R
S4010R
S6010R
S8010R
S2010R
S4010R
S6010R
S2010R
S4010R
S6010R
S8010R
S2010R
S4010R
S6010R
S8010R
T106B1
T106B1
T106D1
T106D1
T106M1
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
©2002 Teccor Electronics
Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
S106F1
S106M1
S106Y1
S107A1
S107B1
S107C1
S107D1
S107E1
S107F1
S107M1
S107Q1
S107Y1
S1205BH
S1205DH
S1205MH
S1206BH
S1206DH
S1206MH
S1206NH
S1207BH
S1207DH
S1207MH
S1210BH
S1210DH
S1210MH
S1210NH
S1217BH
S1217DH
S1217MH
S1217NH
S1610BH
S1610DH
S1610MH
S1610NH
S1612BH
S1612DH
S1612MH
S1612NH
S1616BH
S1616DH
S1616MH
S1616NH
S1A
S1B
S1D
S1M
S1Y
S1YY
S2060A
S2060B
S2060C
S2060D
S2060E
S2060F
S2060M
S2060Y
S2061A
S2061B
S2061C
S2061D
S2061E
S2061F
S2061Q
S2061Y
S2062A
S2062B
S2062C
S2062D
S2062E
S2062F
A-17
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
T106B1
T106M1
T106B1
T107B1
T107B1
T107D1
T107D1
T107M1
T107B1
T107M1
T107B1
T107B1
S2012R
S4012R
S6012R
S2012R
S4012R
S6012R
S8012R
S2012R
S4012R
S6012R
S2012R
S4012R
S6012R
S8012R
S2012R
S4012R
S6012R
S8012R
S2016R
S4016R
S6016R
S8016R
S2016R
S4016R
S6016R
S8016R
S2016R
S4016R
S6016R
S8016R
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103B
EC103B
S2006LS2
S2006LS2
S4006LS2
S4006LS2
S6006LS2
S2006LS2
S6006LS2
S2006LS2
S2006LS3
S2006LS3
S4006LS3
S4006LS3
S6006LS3
S2006LS3
S2006LS3
S2006LS3
S2006LS3
S2006LS3
S4006LS3
S4006LS3
S6006LS3
S2006LS3
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
http://www.teccor.com
+1 972-580-7777
Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
S2062M
S2062Q
S2062Y
S2512BH
S2512BK
S2512DH
S2512DK
S2512MH
S2512MK
S2512NH
S2512NK
S2514BH
S2514BK
S2514DH
S2514DK
S2514MH
S2514MK
S2514NH
S2514NK
S2516BH
S2516DH
S2516MH
S2516NH
S2600B
S2600D
S2600M
S2800A
S2800B
S2800C
S2800D
S2800E
S2800F
S2800M
S2800N
S3014NH
S3016NH
S4012BH
S4012BK
S4012DH
S4012DK
S4012MH
S4012MK
S4012NH
S4012NK
S4014BH
S4014BK
S4014DH
S4014DK
S4014MH
S4014MK
S4014NH
S4014NK
S4016BH
S4016DH
S4016MH
S4016NH
S4060A
S4060B
S4060C
S4060D
S4060F
S4060U
S5800B
S5800C
S5800D
S5800E
S5800M
SC129B
SC129D
SC129E
S6006LS3
S2006LS3
S2006LS3
S2025R
S2035J
S4025R
S4035J
S6025R
S6035J
S8025R
S8035J
S2025R
S2035J
S4025R
S4035J
S6025R
S6035J
S8025R
S8035J
S2025R
S4025R
S6025R
S8025R
S2006L
S4006L
S6006L
S2010R
S2010R
S4010R
S4010R
S6010R
S2010R
S6010R
S8010R
S8040R
S8040R
S2040R
S2035J
S4040R
S4035J
S6040R
S6035J
S8040R
S8035J
S2040R
S2035J
S4040R
S4035J
S6040R
S6035J
S8040R
S8065J
S2040R
S4040R
S6040R
S8040R
S2010LS2
S2010LS2
S4010LS2
S4010LS2
S2010LS2
S2010LS2
S2008R
S4008R
S4008R
S6008R
S6008R
Q2025R5
Q4025R5
Q6025R5
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
S
D
S
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
http://www.teccor.com
+1 972-580-7777
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
SC129M
SC136A
SC136B
SC136C
SC136D
SC136E
SC136M
SC140B
SC140D
SC140E
SC140M
SC141A
SC141B
SC141C
SC141D
SC141E
SC141M
SC141N
SC142B
SC142D
SC142E
SC142M
SC143B
SC143D
SC143E
SC143M
SC146B
SC146D
SC146E
SC146M
SC146N
SC147B
SC147D
SC147E
SC147M
SC148B
SC148D
SC148E
SC148M
SC149B
SC149D
SC149E
SC149M
SC150B
SC150D
SC150E
SC150M
SC151B
SC151D
SC151E
SC151M
SC160B
SC160D
SC160E
SC160M
SC92A
SC92B
SC92D
SC92F
SF0R1A42
SF0R1B42
SF0R1D42
SF0R1G42
SF0R3B42
SF0R3D42
SF0R3G42
SF0R3J42
SF0R5B43
SF0R5D43
SF0R5G43
A-18
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
Q6025R5
Q2004F41
Q2004F41
Q4004F41
Q4004F41
Q5004F41
Q6004F41
Q2006L4
Q4006L4
Q6006L4
Q6006L5
Q2006R4
Q2006R4
Q4006R4
Q4006R4
Q6006R4
Q6006R5
Q8006R5
Q2008L4
Q4008L4
Q6008L4
Q6008L5
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R4
Q6008R5
Q2010R5
Q4010R5
Q6010R5
Q6010R5
Q8010R5
Q2010L5
Q4010L5
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q2010L5
Q4010L5
Q6010L5
Q6010L5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q6015R5
Q2015L5
Q4015L5
Q6015L5
Q6015L5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q6015R5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q6025P5
Q201E3
Q201E3
Q401E3
Q201E3
EC103B
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103B
EC103B
EC103D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
D
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
©2002 Teccor Electronics
Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
SF0R5H43
SF0R5J43
SF10D41A
SF10G41A
SF10J41A
SF1B12
SF1D12
SF1G12
SF3B41
SF3B42
SF3D41
SF3D42
SF3D42C
SF3G41
SF3G42
SF3G42C
SF3H42LC2
SF3J41
SF3J42
SF5B41
SF5B42
SF5D41
SF5D41A
SF5D42
SF5G41
SF5G41A
SF5G42
SF5J41
SF5J41A
SF5J42
SF8B41
SF8D41
SF8D41A
SF8G41
SF8G41A
SF8J41
SF8J41A
SM0R5B42
SM0R5D42
SM0R5G42
SM12D41
SM12G41
SM12J41
SM16DZ41
SM16G45
SM16G45A
SM16GZ41
SM16GZ47
SM16GZ47A
SM16J45
SM16J45A
SM16JZ41
SM16JZ47
SM16JZ47A
SM1D43
SM1G43
SM25DZ41
SM25GZ41
SM25JZ41
SM2B41
SM2D41
SM2G41
SM3B41
SM3D41
SM3G41
SM3G45
SM3GZ46
SM3J41
SM3J45
SM3JZ46
EC103M
EC103M
S2016R
S4016R
S6016R
TR22-4
TR22-4
TR22-6
S2006F1
T106B1
S2006F1
T106B1
T106B1
S4006F1
T106D1
T106D1
T106M2
S6006F1
T106M1
S2008R
S2008FS21
S2008R
S2012R
S2008FS21
S4008R
S6012R
S4008FS21
S6008R
S6012R
S6008FS21
S2012R
S2012R
S2012R
S4012R
S4012R
S6012R
S6012R
Q2X8E3
Q2X8E3
Q4X8E3
Q2012RH5
Q4012RH5
Q6012RH5
Q2025P5
Q4016RH4
Q4016RH3
Q4025P5
Q4016LH4
Q4016LH3
Q6016RH4
Q6016RH3
Q6025P5
Q6016LH4
Q6016LH3
L201E6
L401E6
Q2025P5
Q4025P5
Q6025P5
Q2004F31
Q2004F31
Q4004F31
Q2004F41
Q2004F41
Q4004F41
Q4004L3
Q4004L3
Q6004F41
Q6004L3
Q6004L3
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
S
D
S
©2002 Teccor Electronics
Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-39/TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-39/TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-39/TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
SM6D45
SM6D45A
SM6DZ46
SM6DZ46A
SM6G45
SM6G45A
SM6GZ46
SM6GZ46A
SM6GZ47
SM6GZ47A
SM6J45
SM6J45A
SM6JZ46
SM6JZ46A
SM6JZ47
SM6JZ47A
SM8D41
SM8D45
SM8D45A
SM8DZ46
SM8DZ46A
SM8G41
SM8G45
SM8G45A
SM8GZ46
SM8GZ46A
SM8GZ47
SM8GZ47A
SM8J41
SM8J45
SM8J45A
SM8JZ46
SM8JZ46A
SM8JZ47
SM8JZ47A
ST2
T0505MH
T0509MH
T0510DH
T0510MH
T0605DH
T0605MH
T0609DH
T0609MH
T0612BH
T0612DH
T0612MH
T0805DH
T0805MH
T0809DH
T0809MH
T0810DH
T0810MH
T0810NH
T0810SH
T0812DH
T0812MH
T0812NH
T0812SH
T1010BH
T1010BJ
T1010DH
T1010DJ
T1010MH
T1010MJ
T1010NH
T1010NJ
T1012BH
T1012BJ
T1012DH
A-19
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
Q2006R4
Q2006R4
Q2006L4
Q2006L4
Q4006R4
Q4006R4
Q4006L4
Q4006L4
Q4006L4
Q4006L4
Q6006R4
Q6006R4
Q6006L4
Q6006L4
Q6006L4
Q6006L4
Q2008R4
Q2010R4
L2008L8
Q2010L4
L2008L8
Q4008R4
Q4010R4
L4008L8
Q4010L4
L4008L8
Q4008LH4
Q4008LH4
Q6008R5
Q6010R4
L6008L8
Q6010L4
L6008L8
Q6008LH4
Q6008LH4
HT32
L6006L5
L6006L6
L4006L8
L6006L8
L4006L5
L6006L5
L4006L6
L6006L6
Q2004R4
Q4006R4
Q6006R5
L4008L6
L6008L6
L4008L8
L6008L8
Q4008R4
Q6008R5
Q8008R5
Q8008R5
Q4008R4
Q6008R5
Q8008R5
Q8008R5
Q2010R5
Q2010L5
Q4010R5
Q4010L5
Q6010R5
Q6010L5
Q8010R5
Q8010L5
Q2010R5
Q2010L5
Q4010R5
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
D
D
D
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
DO-35 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
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Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
T1012DJ
T1012MH
T1012MJ
T1012NH
T1012NJ
T1013BH
T1013BJ
T1013DH
T1013DJ
T1013MH
T1013MJ
T1013NH
T1013NJ
T106A1SC
T106A1SD
T106A1SG
T106A1SH
T106A1SHA
T106A1SS
T106A2SS
T106B1SC
T106B1SD
T106B1SG
T106B1SGA
T106B1SH
T106B1SHA
T106B1SS
T106B2SD
T106B2SG
T106B2SGA
T106B2SH
T106B2SHA
T106B2SS
T106C1SC
T106C1SD
T106C1SG
T106C1SGA
T106C1SH
T106C1SHA
T106C1SS
T106C2SD
T106C2SG
T106C2SGA
T106C2SH
T106C2SHA
T106C2SS
T106D1SC
T106D1SD
T106D1SG
T106D1SGA
T106D1SH
T106D1SHA
T106D1SS
T106D2SD
T106D2SG
T106D2SGA
T106D2SH
T106D2SHA
T106D2SS
T106E1SC
T106E1SD
T106E1SG
T106E1SGA
T106E1SH
T106E1SHA
T106E1SS
T106E2SD
T106E2SG
T106E2SGA
T106E2SH
Q4010L5
Q6010R5
Q6010L5
Q8010R5
Q8010L5
Q2010R5
Q2010L5
Q4010R5
Q4010L5
Q6010R5
Q6010L5
Q8010R5
Q8010L5
L2004F31
L2004F51
L2004F61
L2004F81
Q2004F41
L2004F31
L2004F32
L2004F31
L2004F51
L2004F61
Q2004F31
L2004F81
Q2004F41
L2004F31
L2004F52
L2004F62
Q2004F32
L2004F82
Q2004F42
L2004F32
L4004F31
L4004F51
L4004F61
Q4004F31
L4004F81
Q4004F41
L4004F31
L4004F52
L4004F62
Q4004F32
L4004F82
Q4004F42
L4004F32
L4004F31
L4004F51
L4004F61
Q4004F31
L4004F81
Q4004F41
L4004F31
L4004F52
L4004F62
Q4004F32
L4004F82
Q4004F42
L4004F32
L6004F31
L6004F51
L6004F61
Q6004F31
L6004F81
Q6004F41
L6004F31
L6004F52
L6004F62
Q6004F32
L6004F82
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
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Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
T106E2SHA
T106E2SS
T106F1SC
T106F1SD
T106F1SG
T106F1SGA
T106F1SH
T106F1SHA
T106F1SS
T106F2SC
T106F2SD
T106F2SG
T106F2SGA
T106F2SH
T106F2SHA
T106F2SS
T106M1SD
T106M1SG
T106M1SGA
T106M1SH
T106M1SHA
T106M1SS
T106M2SD
T106M2SG
T106M2SGA
T106M2SH
T106M2SHA
T106M2SS
T1210BH
T1210DH
T1210MH
T1210NH
T1212BH
T1212BJ
T1212DH
T1212DJ
T1212MH
T1212MJ
T1212NH
T1212NJ
T1213BH
T1213BJ
T1213DH
T1213DJ
T1213MH
T1213MJ
T1213NH
T1213NJ
T1235-600G
T1235-800G
T1512BJ
T1512DJ
T1512MJ
T1512NJ
T1513BJ
T1513DJ
T1513MJ
T1513NJ
T1612BH
T1612DH
T1612MH
T1612NH
T1612NJ
T1613BH
T1613DH
T1613MH
T1613NH
T1635-600G
T1635-800G
T2300A
A-20
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
Q6004F42
L4004F32
L2004F31
L2004F51
L2004F61
Q2004F31
L2004F81
Q2004F41
L2004F31
L2004F32
L2004F52
L2004F62
Q2004F32
L2004F82
Q2004F42
L2004F32
L6004F51
L6004F61
Q6004F31
L6004F81
Q6004F41
L6004F31
L6004F52
L6004F62
Q6004F32
L6004F82
Q6004F42
L6004F32
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q8015R5
Q2015R5
Q4015L5
Q4015R5
Q4015L5
Q6015R5
Q6015L5
Q8015R5
Q8015L5
Q2015R5
Q4015L5
Q4015R5
Q4015L5
Q6015R5
Q6015L5
Q8015R5
Q8015L5
Q6012NH5
Q8012NH5
Q2015L5
Q4015L5
Q6015L5
Q8015L5
Q2015L5
Q4015L5
Q6015L5
Q8015L5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q8015R5
Q8015L5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q8015R
Q6016NH4
Q8016NH4
L2004F321
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
S
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
T2300B
T2300D
T2300F
T2300PA
T2300PB
T2300PC
T2300PD
T2300PE
T2300PF
T2300PM
T2301A
T2301B
T2301D
T2301F
T2301PA
T2301PB
T2301PC
T2301PD
T2301PE
T2301PF
T2301PM
T2302A
T2302B
T2302D
T2302F
T2302PA
T2302PB
T2302PC
T2302PD
T2302PE
T2302PF
T2302PM
T2303F
T2306A
T2306B
T2306D
T2310A
T2310B
T2310D
T2310F
T2311A
T2311B
T2311D
T2311F
T2312A
T2312B
T2312D
T2312F
T2313A
T2313B
T2313D
T2313F
T2316A
T2316B
T2316D
T2320A
T2320B
T2320C
T2320D
T2320E
T2320F
T2320M
T2322A
T2322B
T2322C
T2322D
T2322E
T2322F
T2322M
T2323A
L2004F321
L4004F321
L2004F321
L2004F31
L2004F31
L4004F31
L4004F31
L6004F31
L2004F31
L6004F31
L2004F321
L2004F321
L4004F321
L2004F321
L2004F31
L2004F31
L4004F31
L4004F31
L6004F31
L2004F31
L6004F31
L2004F621
L2004F621
L4004F621
L2004F621
L2004F61
L2004F61
L4004F61
L4004F61
L6004F61
L2004F61
L6004F61
Q2004F421
Q2004F421
Q2004F421
Q4004F421
L2004F321
L2004F321
L4004F321
L2004F321
L2004F321
L2004F321
L4004F321
L2004F321
L2004F621
L2004F621
L4004F621
L2004F621
Q2004F421
Q2004F421
Q4004F421
Q2004F421
Q2004F421
Q2004F421
Q4004F421
L2004F31
L2004F31
L4004F31
L4004F31
L6004F31
L2004F31
L6004F31
L2004F61
L2004F61
L4004F61
L4004F61
L6004F61
L2004F61
L6004F61
L2004F81
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
©2002 Teccor Electronics
Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
T2323B
T2323C
T2323D
T2323E
T2323F
T2323M
T2327A
T2327B
T2327C
T2327D
T2327E
T2327F
T2327M
T2500A
T2500AFP
T2500B
T2500BFP
T2500C
T2500CFP
T2500D
T2500DFP
T2500E
T2500EFP
T2500M
T2500MFP
T2500N
T2500NFP
T2500S
T2500SFP
T2506B
T2506D
T2512BH
T2512BK
T2512DH
T2512DK
T2512MH
T2512MK
T2512NH
T2512NK
T2513BH
T2513BK
T2513DH
T2513DK
T2513MH
T2513MK
T2513NH
T2513NK
T2535-600G
T2535-800G
T2700B
T2700D
T2800A
T2800B
T2800C
T2800D
T2800E
T2800M
T2801A
T2801B
T2801C
T2801D
T2801E
T2801M
T2801N
T2801S
T2802A
T2802B
T2802C
T2802D
T2802E
A-21
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
L2004F81
L4004F81
L4004F81
L6004F81
L2004F81
L6004F81
L2004F51
L2004F51
L4004F51
L4004F51
L6004F51
L2004F51
L6004F51
Q2006R4
Q2006L4
Q2006R4
Q2006L4
Q4006R4
Q4006L4
Q4006R4
Q4006L4
Q6006R4
Q6006L4
Q6006R5
Q6006L5
Q8006R5
Q8006L5
Q8006R5
Q8006L5
Q2006R4
Q4006R4
Q2025R5
Q6025P5
Q4025R5
Q6025P5
Q6025R5
Q6025P5
Q8025R5
Q8025P5
Q2025R5
Q6025P5
Q4025R5
Q6025P5
Q6025R5
Q6025P5
Q8025R5
Q8025P5
Q6025NH6
Q8025NH6
Q2006R4
Q4006R4
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R4
Q6008R5
Q2006R4
Q2006R4
Q4006R4
Q4006R4
Q6006R4
Q6006R5
Q8006R5
Q8006R5
Q2008R4
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R4
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
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Cross Reference Guide
Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
T2802M
T2806B
T2806D
T2806M
T2850A
T2850B
T2850D
T2850E
T2850F
T2856B
T2856D
T4012DKS
T4012MKS
T4012NKS
T4012SKS
T4013DKS
T4013MKS
T4013NKS
T4013SKS
T405-400T
T405-400W
T405-600B
T405-600H
T405-600T
T405-600W
T410-400T
T410-400W
T410-600B
T410-600H
T410-600T
T410-600W
T435-400T
T435-400W
T435-600B
T435-600H
T435-600T
T435-600W
T435-700T
T435-700W
T435-800T
T435-800W
T6000B
T6000D
T6000M
T6001B
T6001D
T6001M
T6006B
T6006D
T6006M
T620-400W
T620-600W
T620-700W
T630-400W
T630-600W
T630-700W
T810-400B
T810-600B
T820-400W
T820-600W
T820-700W
T830-400W
T830-600W
T830-700W
T835-600B
T835-600G
T850-600G
TIC106D
TIC106M
TIC108D
Q6008R5
Q2008R4
Q4008R4
Q6008R5
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q4008L4
Q6008L4
Q2008L4
Q2008L4
Q4008L4
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q8035P5
Q8035P5
Q6035P5
Q6035P5
Q8035P5
Q8035P5
L4004L6
L4004L6
L6004D6
L6004V6
L6004L6
L6004L6
L4004L8
L4004L8
L6006DH3
L6006VH3
L6004L8
L6004L8
Q4006RH4
Q4006LH4
Q6006DH4
Q6006VH4
Q6006RH4
Q6006LH4
Q8006RH4
Q8006LH4
Q8006RH4
Q8006LH4
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q2015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q4006LH4
Q6006LH4
Q8006LH4
Q4006LH4
Q6006LH4
Q8006LH4
Q4008DH3
Q6008DH3
Q4008LH4
Q6008LH4
Q8008LH4
Q4008LH4
Q6008LH4
Q8008LH4
Q6008DH4
Q6008NH4
Q6010NH5
T106D1
T106M1
T107D1
S
D
D
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
S
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Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
FASTPAK (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TIC108M
TIC116D
TIC116M
TIC116N
TIC116S
TIC126D
TIC126M
TIC126N
TIC126S
TIC201D
TIC201M
TIC206D
TIC206M
TIC216D
TIC216M
TIC225D
TIC225M
TIC226D
TIC226M
TIC226N
TIC226S
TIC236D
TIC236M
TIC236N
TIC236S
TIC246D
TIC246M
TIC246N
TIC246S
TIC256D
TIC256D
TIC256M
TIC256N
TIC256S
TICP106D
TICP106M
TL1003
TL1006
TL106-05
TL106-1
TL106-2
TL106-4
TL106-6
TL107-05
TL107-1
TL107-2
TL107-4
TL107-6
TL2003
TL2006
TL4003
TL4006
TL6003
TL6006
TLC111A
TLC111B
TLC111D
TLC111S
TLC111T
TLC113B
TLC1165
TLC116A
TLC116B
TLC116D
TLC116T
TLC221A
TLC221B
TLC221D
TLC221S
TLC221T
A-22
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
T107M1
S4008R
S6008R
S8008R
S8008R
S4012R
S6012R
S8012R
S8012R
L4004F61
L6004F61
L4004F61
L6004F61
L4006F61
L6006F61
L4008F61
L6008F61
Q4008R4
Q6008R5
Q8008R5
Q8008R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q8015R5
Q8015R5
Q4015R5
Q6015R5
Q8015R5
Q8015R5
Q4025R5
Q4025R5
Q6025R5
Q8025R5
Q7025R5
TCR22-4
TCR22-8
S2006F2
S2006F2
T106B2
T106B2
T106B2
T106D2
T106M2
T107B2
T107B2
T107B2
T107D2
T107M2
S2006F2
S2006F2
S4006F2
S4006F2
S6006F2
S6006F2
L2004F62
Q2004F42
L2004F52
L2004F62
L2004F52
Q2004F42
L2004F62
L2004F62
Q2004F42
L2004F52
L2004F52
L4004F62
Q4004F42
L4004F52
L4004F62
L4004F52
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-92
TO-92
TO-202 (N.ISOL) ?
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Appendix
Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
TLC223A
TLC223B
TLC223D
TLC226A
TLC226B
TLC226D
TLC226S
TLC226T
TLC331A
TLC331B
TLC331D
TLC331S
TLC331T
TLC333A
TLC333B
TLC333D
TLC336A
TLC336B
TLC336D
TLC336S
TLC336T
TLC386B
TLS106-05
TLS106-1
TLS106-2
TLS106-4
TLS106-6
TLS107-05
TLS107-1
TLS107-2
TLS107-4
TLS107-6
TN1215-600B
TN1215-600H
TN1215-800B
TN1215-800H
TN1625-1000G
TN1625-600G
TN1625-800G
TN815-600B
TN815-600H
TN815-800B
TN815-800H
TO1013BJ
TO1013DJ
TO1013MJ
TO1013NJ
TO409BJ
TO409DJ
TO409MJ
TO410BJ
TO410DJ
TO410MJ
TO505BH
TO505DH
TO509BH
TO509DH
TO510BH
TO512BH
TO512DH
TO512MH
TO605BH
TO605DH
TO605MH
TO609BH
TO609BJ
TO609DH
TO609DJ
TO609MH
TO609MJ
L4004F62
Q4004F42
L4004F52
L4004F62
Q4004F42
L4004F52
L4004F62
L4004F52
L6004F62
Q6004F42
L6004F52
L6004F62
L6004F52
L6004F62
Q6004F42
L6004F52
L6004F62
Q6004F42
L6004F52
L6004F62
L6004F52
Q7004F42
T106B2
T106B2
T106B2
T106D2
T106M2
T107B2
T107B2
T107B2
T107D2
T107M2
S6012D
S6012V
S8012D
S8012V
SK016N
S6016N
S8016N
S6008D
S6008V
S8008D
S8008V
Q2010L5
Q4010L5
Q6010L5
Q8010L5
L2004L6
L4004L6
L6004L6
L2004L8
L4004L8
L6004L8
L2006L5
L4006L5
L2006L6
L2006L6
L2006L8
Q2006R4
Q4006R4
Q6006R5
L2006L5
L4006L5
L6006L5
L2006L6
L2006L6
L4006L6
L4006L6
L6006L6
L6006L6
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
D
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
Part Number
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-263 (SMT)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO610BH
TO610BJ
TO610DH
TO610DJ
TO610MH
TO610MJ
TO612BJ
TO612DJ
TO612MJ
TO805BH
TO805DH
TO805MH
TO809BH
TO809DH
TO809MH
TO810BH
TO810BJ
TO810DH
TO810DJ
TO810MH
TO810MJ
TO812BH
TO812BJ
TO812DH
TO812DJ
TO812MH
TO812MJ
TO812NH
TO813BJ
TO813DJ
TO813MJ
TO813NJ
TPDV125
TPDV140
TPDV225
TPDV240
TPDV425
TPDV-440
TPDV625
TPDV-640
TPDV825
TPDV-840
TS420-400T
TS420-600B
TS420-600H
TS420-600T
TS820-400T
TS820-600B
TS820-600H
TS820-600T
TXDV-212
TXDV-412
TXDV612
TXDV812
TXN0510
TXN0512
TXN056
TXN058
TXN058G
TXN106
TXN108
TXN108G
TXN110
TXN112
TXN204
TXN206
TXN208
TXN208G
TXN210
TXN212
A-23
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
L2006L8
L2006L8
L4006L8
L4006L8
L6006L8
L6006L8
Q2006L4
Q4006L4
Q6006L5
L2008L6
L4008L6
L6008L6
L2008L6
L4008L6
L6008L6
L2008L8
L2008L8
L4008L8
L4008L8
L6008L8
L6008L8
Q2008R4
Q2008L4
Q4008R4
Q4008L4
Q6008R5
Q6008L5
Q8008L5
Q2008L4
Q4008L4
Q6008L5
Q8008L5
Q2025L6
Q2040K7
Q2025L6
Q2040K7
Q4025L6
Q4040J7
Q6025L6
Q6040K7
Q8025L6
Q8040K7
T106D1
S6004DS2
S6004VS2
T106M1
S4008FS21
S6008DS2
S6008VS2
S6008FS21
Q2015L6
Q4015L6
Q6015L6
Q8015L6
S2010L
S2015L
S2006L
S2008L
S2008L
S2006L
S2008L
S2008L
S2010L
S2015L
S2006L
S2006L
S2008L
S2008L
S2010L
S2015L
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-218 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-252 (SMT)
TO-251 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
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Appendix
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
TXN404
TXN406
TXN408
TXN408G
TXN410
TXN412
TXN604
TXN606
TXN608
TXN608G
TXN610
TXN612
TXN812
TYN0510
TYN0512
TYN0516
TYN054
TYN056
TYN058
TYN058G
TYN058K
TYN104
TYN106
TYN108
TYN108G
TYN110
TYN112
TYN116
TYN204
TYN206
TYN208
TYN208G
TYN208K
TYN210
TYN212
TYN216
TYN404
TYN406
TYN408
TYN408G
TYN408K
TYN410
TYN412
TYN416
TYN604
TYN606
TYN608
TYN608G
TYN608K
TYN610
TYN612
TYN616
TYN682
TYN683
TYN685
TYN688
TYN690
TYN808
TYN808G
TYN808K
TYN810
TYN812
TYN816
TYS1006-05
TYS1006-1
TYS1006-2
TYS1006-4
TYS1007-05
TYS1007-1
TYS1007-2
S4006L
S4006L
S4008L
S4008L
S4010L
S4015L
S6006L
S6006L
S6008L
S6008L
S6010L
S6015L
S8015L
S2010R
S2012R
S2016R
S2006F1
S2006F1
S2008R
S2008R
S2008R
S2006F1
S2006F1
S2008R
S2008R
S2010R
S2012R
S2016R
S2006F1
S2006F1
S2008R
S2008R
S2008R
S2010R
S2012R
S2016R
S4006F1
S4006F1
S4008R
S4008R
S4008R
S4010R
S4012R
S4016R
S6006F1
S6006F1
S6008R
S6008R
S6008R
S6010R
S6012R
S6016R
S2025R
S2025R
S2025R
S4025R
S6025R
S8008R
S8008R
S8008R
S8010R
S8012R
S8016R
S2010LS2
S2010LS2
S2010LS2
S4010LS2
S2010LS3
S2010LS2
S2010LS2
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
S
S
S
S
D
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
S
S
D
S
D
S
S
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
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Part Number
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TYS1007-4
TYS406-05
TYS406-1
TYS406-2
TYS406-4
TYS406-6
TYS407-05
TYS407-1
TYS407-2
TYS407-4
TYS407-6
TYS606-05
TYS606-1
TYS606-2
TYS606-4
TYS606-6
TYS607-05
TYS607-1
TYS607-2
TYS607-4
TYS607-6
TYS806-05
TYS806-1
TYS806-2
TYS806-4
TYS806-6
TYS807-05
TYS807-1
TYS807-2
TYS807-4
TYS807-6
X0101BA
X0101DA
X0101MA
X0102BA
X0102DA
X0102MA
X0103BA
X0103DA
X0103MA
X0104BA
X0104DA
X0104MA
X0105BA
X0105DA
X0105MA
X0106BA
X0106DA
X0106MA
X0110BA
X0110DA
X0110MA
X0202BA
X0202DA
X0202MA
X0203BA
X0203DA
X0203MA
X0204BA
X0204DA
X0204MA
X0205BA
X0205DA
X0205MA
X0206BA
X0206DA
X0402BE
X0402BF
X0402DE
X0402DF
A-24
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
Teccor Package
S4010LS2
T106B1
T106B1
T106B1
T106D1
T106M1
T107B1
T107B1
T107B1
T107D1
T107M1
S2006LS2
S2006LS2
S2006LS2
S4006LS2
S6006LS2
S2006LS3
S2006LS3
S2006LS3
S4006LS3
S6006LS3
S2008LS2
S2008LS2
S2008LS2
S4008LS2
S6008LS2
S2008LS3
S2008LS3
S2008LS3
S4008LS3
S6008LS3
EC103B1
EC103D1
EC103M1
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103B2
EC103D2
EC103M2
EC103B2
EC103D2
EC103M2
EC103B
EC103D
EC103M
EC103B1
EC103D1
EC103M1
TCR22-4
TCR22-6
TCR22-8
TCR22-4
TCR22-6
TCR22-8
TCR22-4
TCR22-6
TCR22-8
EC103B2
EC103D2
EC103M2
TCR22-4
TCR22-6
T106B1
T106B2
T106D1
T106D2
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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Cross Reference Guide
Part Number
Teccor Device
Direct or
Suggested
Replacement
X0402DG
X0402ME
X0402MF
X0403BE
X0403BF
X0403DE
X0403DF
X0403ME
X0403MF
X0405BE
X0405BF
X0405DE
X0405DF
X0405ME
X0405MF
Z00607DA
Z00607MA
Z0102BA
Z0102DA
Z0102MA
Z0103DN
Z0103MN
Z0105BA
Z0105DA
Z0105MA
Z0107DN
Z0107MN
Z0109BA
Z0109DA
Z0109MA
Z0110DA
Z0110MA
Z0302BG
Z0302DG
Z0302MG
Z0305BG
Z0305DG
Z0309BG
Z0309DG
Z0310BG
Z0310DG
Z0310MG
Z0405BE
Z0405BF
Z0405DE
Z0405DF
Z0405ME
Z0405MF
Z0409BE
Z0409BF
Z0409DE
Z0409DF
Z0409ME
Z0409MF
Z0410BE
Z0410BE
Z0410BF
Z0410BF
Z0410DE
Z0410DE
Z0410DF
Z0410ME
Z0410MF
T106D1
T106M1
T106M2
T106B1
T106B2
T106D1
T106D2
T106M1
T106M2
T106B1
T106B2
T106D1
T106D2
T106M1
T106M2
L4X8E5
L6X8E5
L201E3
L401E3
L601E3
L4N3
L6N3
L201E5
L401E5
L601E5
L4N5
L6N5
L201E6
L401E6
L601E6
L401E8
L601E8
L2004F321
L4004F321
L6004L3
L2004F521
L4004F521
L2004F621
L4004F621
L2004F821
L4004F821
L6004L8
L2004F51
L2004F52
L4004F51
L4004F52
L6004F51
L6004F52
L2004F61
L2004F62
L4004F61
L4004F62
L6004F61
L6004F62
L2004F81
L2004F81
L2004F82
L2004F82
L4004F81
L4004F81
L4004F82
L6004F81
L6004F82
S
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
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Thyristor Product Catalog
Teccor Package
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
SOT223/COMPAK
SOT223/COMPAK
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
SOT223/COMPAK
SOT223/COMPAK
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-92 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-220 (ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
TO-202 (N.ISOL)
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Part Number Index
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Part Number Index
TECCOR
PART NO.
PAGE
NO.
TECCOR
PART NO.
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NO.
TECCOR
PART NO.
PAGE
NO.
TECCOR
PART NO.
PAGE
NO.
TECCOR
PART NO.
PAGE
NO.
2N5064
E5-2
K1100E70
E9-2
L2004V6
E1-2
L4006D6
E1-4
L6006L6
E1-4
2N6565
E5-2
K1100G
E9-2
L2004V8
E1-2
L4006D8
E1-4
L6006L8
E1-4
D2015L
E7-2
K1100S
E9-2
L2006D5
E1-4
L4006L5
E1-4
L6006V5
E1-4
D2020L
E7-2
K1200E70
E9-2
L2006D6
E1-4
L4006L6
E1-4
L6006V6
E1-4
D2025L
E7-2
K1200G
E9-2
L2006D8
E1-4
L4006L8
E1-4
L6006V8
E1-4
D4015L
E7-2
K1200S
E9-2
L2006L5
E1-4
L4006V5
E1-4
L6008D6
E1-4
D4020L
E7-2
K1300E70
E9-2
L2006L6
E1-4
L4006V6
E1-4
L6008D8
E1-4
D4025L
E7-2
K1300G
E9-2
L2006L8
E1-4
L4006V8
E1-4
L6008L6
E1-4
E7-2
K1300S
E9-2
L2006V5
E1-4
L4008D6
E1-4
L6008L8
E1-4
D6020L
E7-2
K1400E70
E9-2
L2006V6
E1-4
L4008D8
E1-4
L6008V6
E1-4
D6025L
E7-2
K1400G
E9-2
L2006V8
E1-4
L4008L6
E1-4
L6008V8
E1-4
D8015L
E7-2
K1400S
E9-2
L2008D6
E1-4
L4008L8
E1-4
L601E3
E1-2
D8020L
E7-2
K1500E70
E9-2
L2008D8
E1-4
L4008V6
E1-4
L601E5
E1-2
D8025L
E7-2
K1500G
E9-2
L2008L6
E1-4
L4008V8
E1-4
L601E6
E1-2
DK015L
E7-2
K1500S
E9-2
L2008L8
E1-4
L401E3
E1-2
L601E8
E1-2
DK020L
E7-2
K2000E70
E9-2
L2008V6
E1-4
L401E5
E1-2
L6N3
E1-2
E7-2
K2000F1
E9-2
L2008V8
E1-4
L401E6
E1-2
L6N5
E1-2
EC103B
E5-2
K2000G
E9-2
L201E3
E1-2
L401E8
E1-2
L6X3
E1-2
EC103B1
E5-2
K2000S
E9-2
L201E5
E1-2
L4N3
E1-2
L6X5
E1-2
EC103B2
E5-2
K2200E70
E9-2
L201E6
E1-2
L4N5
E1-2
L6X8E3
E1-2
EC103B3
E5-2
K2200F1
E9-2
L201E8
E1-2
L4X3
E1-2
L6X8E5
E1-2
EC103D
E5-2
K2200G
E9-2
L2N3
E1-2
L4X5
E1-2
L6X8E6
E1-2
EC103D1
E5-2
K2200S
E9-2
L2N5
E1-2
L4X8E3
E1-2
L6X8E8
E1-2
EC103D2
E5-2
K2400E70
E9-2
L2X3
E1-2
L4X8E5
E1-2
Q2004D3
E2-2
E5-2
K2400F1
E9-2
L2X5
E1-2
L4X8E6
E1-2
Q2004D4
E2-2
EC103M
E5-2
K2400G
E9-2
L2X8E3
E1-2
L4X8E8
E1-2
Q2004F31
E2-2
EC103M1
E5-2
K2400S
E9-2
L2X8E5
E1-2
L6004D3
E1-2
Q2004F41
E2-2
E9-2
L2X8E6
E1-2
L6004D5
E1-2
Q2004L3
E2-2
E2-2
D6015L
DK025L
EC103D3
E5-2
K2500E70
EC103M3
E5-2
K2500F1
E9-2
L2X8E8
E1-2
L6004D6
E1-2
Q2004L4
HT-32
E8-2
K2500G
E9-2
L4004D3
E1-2
L6004D8
E1-2
Q2004LT
E3-2
HT-32A
E8-2
K2500S
E9-2
L4004D5
E1-2
L6004F31
E1-2
Q2004V3
E2-2
HT-32B
E8-2
K3000F1
E9-2
L4004D6
E1-2
L6004F51
E1-2
Q2004V4
E2-2
E8-2
L2004D3
E1-2
L4004D8
E1-2
L6004F61
E1-2
Q2006DH3
E4-2
HT-35
E8-2
L2004D5
E1-2
L4004F31
E1-2
L6004F81
E1-2
Q2006DH4
E4-2
HT-36A
E8-2
L2004D6
E1-2
L4004F51
E1-2
L6004L3
E1-2
Q2006F41
E2-2
HT-36B
E8-2
L2004D8
E1-2
L4004F61
E1-2
L6004L5
E1-2
Q2006L4
E2-2
HT-40
E8-2
L2004F31
E1-2
L4004F81
E1-2
L6004L6
E1-2
Q2006LH4
E4-2
HT-5761
E8-2
L2004F51
E1-2
L4004L3
E1-2
L6004L8
E1-2
Q2006LT
E3-2
HT-5761A
E8-2
L2004F61
E1-2
L4004L5
E1-2
L6004V3
E1-2
Q2006N4
E2-2
HT-5762
E8-2
L2004F81
E1-2
L4004L6
E1-2
L6004V5
E1-2
Q2006NH4
E4-2
K0900E70
E9-2
L2004L3
E1-2
L4004L8
E1-2
L6004V6
E1-2
Q2006R4
E2-2
K0900G
E9-2
L2004L5
E1-2
L4004V3
E1-2
L6004V8
E1-2
Q2006RH4
E4-2
K0900S
E9-2
L2004L6
E1-2
L4004V5
E1-2
L6006D5
E1-4
Q2006VH3
E4-2
K1050E70
E9-2
L2004L8
E1-2
L4004V6
E1-2
L6006D6
E1-4
Q2006VH4
E4-2
K1050G
E9-2
L2004V3
E1-2
L4004V8
E1-2
L6006D8
E1-4
Q2008DH3
E4-2
K1050S
E9-2
L2004V5
E1-2
L4006D5
E1-4
L6006L5
E1-4
Q2008DH4
E4-2
EC103M2
HT-34B
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Q2008F41
E2-2
Q2040K7
E4-4
Q4010LT
E3-2
Q6004L4
E2-2
Q6015LT
E3-2
Q2008L4
E2-2
Q2N3
E2-2
Q4010LTH
E3-2
Q6004LT
E3-2
Q6015LTH
E3-2
Q2008LH4
E4-2
Q2N4
E2-2
Q4010N4
E2-4
Q6004V3
E2-2
Q6015N5
E2-4
Q2008LT
E3-2
Q2X3
E2-2
Q4010N5
E2-4
Q6004V4
E2-2
Q6015R5
E2-4
Q2008N4
E2-2
Q2X4
E2-2
Q4010NH5
E4-2
Q6006DH3
E4-2
Q6016LH3
E4-4
Q2008NH4
E4-2
Q2X8E3
E2-2
Q4010R4
E2-4
Q6006DH4
E4-2
Q6016LH4
E4-4
Q2008R4
E2-2
Q2X8E4
E2-2
Q4010R5
E2-4
Q6006F51
E2-2
Q6016LH6
E4-4
Q2008RH4
E4-2
Q4004D3
E2-2
Q4010RH5
E4-2
Q6006L5
E2-2
Q6016RH3
E4-4
Q2008VH3
E4-2
Q4004D4
E2-2
Q4012LH5
E4-2
Q6006LH4
E4-2
Q6016RH4
E4-4
Q2008VH4
E4-2
Q4004F31
E2-2
Q4012NH5
E4-2
Q6006LT
E3-2
Q6016RH6
E4-4
Q2010F51
E2-4
Q4004F41
E2-2
Q4012RH5
E4-2
Q6006LTH
E3-2
Q601E3
E2-2
Q2010L4
E2-4
Q4004L3
E2-2
Q4015L5
E2-4
Q6006N5
E2-2
Q601E4
E2-2
Q2010L5
E2-4
Q4004L4
E2-2
Q4015LT
E3-2
Q6006NH4
E4-2
Q6025J6
E4-4
Q2010LH5
E4-2
Q4004LT
E3-2
Q4015LTH
E3-2
Q6006R5
E2-2
Q6025K6
E4-4
Q2010LT
E3-2
Q4004V3
E2-2
Q4015N5
E2-4
Q6006RH4
E4-2
Q6025L6
E4-4
Q2010N4
E2-4
Q4004V4
E2-2
Q4015R5
E2-4
Q6006VH3
E4-2
Q6025N5
E2-4
Q2010N5
E2-4
Q4006DH3
E4-2
Q4016LH3
E4-4
Q6006VH4
E4-2
Q6025P5
E2-4
Q2010NH5
E4-2
Q4006DH4
E4-2
Q4016LH4
E4-4
Q6008DH3
E4-2
Q6025R5
E2-4
Q2010R4
E2-4
Q4006F41
E2-2
Q4016LH6
E4-4
Q6008DH4
E4-2
Q6025R6
E4-4
Q2010R5
E2-4
Q4006L4
E2-2
Q4016RH3
E4-4
Q6008F51
E2-2
Q6030LH5
E4-4
Q2010RH5
E4-2
Q4006LH4
E4-2
Q4016RH4
E4-4
Q6008L5
E2-2
Q6035NH5
E4-4
Q2012LH5
E4-2
Q4006LT
E3-2
Q4016RH6
E4-4
Q6008LH4
E4-2
Q6035P5
E2-4
Q2012NH5
E4-2
Q4006LTH
E3-2
Q401E3
E2-2
Q6008LT
E3-2
Q6035RH5
E4-4
Q2012RH5
E4-2
Q4006N4
E2-2
Q401E4
E2-2
Q6008LTH
E3-2
Q6040J7
E4-4
Q2015L5
E2-4
Q4006NH4
E4-2
Q4025J6
E4-4
Q6008N5
E2-2
Q6040K7
E4-4
Q2015LT
E3-2
Q4006R4
E2-2
Q4025K6
E4-4
Q6008NH4
E4-2
Q6N3
E2-2
Q2015N5
E2-4
Q4006RH4
E4-2
Q4025L6
E4-4
Q6008R5
E2-2
Q6N4
E2-2
Q2015R5
E2-4
Q4006VH3
E4-2
Q4025N5
E2-4
Q6008RH4
E4-2
Q6X3
E2-2
Q2016LH3
E4-4
Q4006VH4
E4-2
Q4025R5
E2-4
Q6008VH3
E4-2
Q6X4
E2-2
Q2016LH4
E4-4
Q4008DH3
E4-2
Q4025R6
E4-4
Q6008VH4
E4-2
Q6X8E3
E2-2
Q2016LH6
E4-4
Q4008DH4
E4-2
Q4030LH5
E4-4
Q6010F51
E2-4
Q6X8E4
E2-2
Q2016RH3
E4-4
Q4008F41
E2-2
Q4035NH5
E4-4
Q6010L4
E2-4
Q8004D4
E2-2
Q2016RH4
E4-4
Q4008L4
E2-2
Q4035RH5
E4-4
Q6010L5
E2-4
Q8004L4
E2-2
Q2016RH6
E4-4
Q4008LH4
E4-2
Q4040J7
E4-4
Q6010LH5
E4-2
Q8004V4
E2-2
Q201E3
E2-2
Q4008LT
E3-2
Q4040K7
E4-4
Q6010LT
E3-2
Q8006DH3
E4-2
Q201E4
E2-2
Q4008LTH
E3-2
Q4N3
E2-2
Q6010LTH
E3-2
Q8006DH4
E4-2
Q2025J6
E4-4
Q4008N4
E2-2
Q4N4
E2-2
Q6010N4
E2-4
Q8006L5
E2-2
Q2025K6
E4-4
Q4008NH4
E4-2
Q4X3
E2-2
Q6010N5
E2-4
Q8006LH4
E4-2
Q2025L6
E4-4
Q4008R4
E2-2
Q4X4
E2-2
Q6010NH5
E4-2
Q8006N5
E2-2
Q2025N5
E2-4
Q4008RH4
E4-2
Q4X8E3
E2-2
Q6010R4
E2-4
Q8006NH4
E4-2
Q2025R5
E2-4
Q4008VH3
E4-2
Q4X8E4
E2-2
Q6010R5
E2-4
Q8006R5
E2-2
Q2025R6
E4-4
Q4008VH4
E4-2
Q6004D3
E2-2
Q6010RH5
E4-2
Q8006RH4
E4-2
Q2030LH5
E4-4
Q4010F51
E2-4
Q6004D4
E2-2
Q6012LH5
E4-2
Q8006VH3
E4-2
Q2035NH5
E4-4
Q4010L4
E2-4
Q6004F31
E2-2
Q6012NH5
E4-2
Q8006VH4
E4-2
Q2035RH5
E4-4
Q4010L5
E2-4
Q6004F41
E2-2
Q6012RH5
E4-2
Q8008DH3
E4-2
Q2040J7
E4-4
Q4010LH5
E4-2
Q6004L3
E2-2
Q6015L5
E2-4
Q8008DH4
E4-2
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Q8008L5
E2-2
QK006N5
E2-2
QK040K7
E4-4
S2015L
E6-4
S4008L
E6-2
Q8008LH4
E4-2
QK006NH4
E4-2
S2004DS1
E5-2
S2016N
E6-4
S4008LS2
E5-4
Q8008N5
E2-2
QK006R5
E2-2
S2004DS2
E5-2
S2016R
E6-4
S4008LS3
E5-4
Q8008NH4
E4-2
QK006RH4
E4-2
S2004VS1
E5-2
S201E
E6-2
S4008R
E6-2
Q8008R5
E2-2
QK006VH3
E4-2
S2004VS2
E5-2
S2020L
E6-4
S4008V
E6-2
Q8008RH4
E4-2
QK006VH4
E4-2
S2006D
E6-2
S2025L
E6-4
S4008VS2
E5-4
Q8008VH3
E4-2
QK008DH3
E4-2
S2006DS2
E5-4
S2025N
E6-4
S4008VS3
E5-4
Q8008VH4
E4-2
QK008DH4
E4-2
S2006DS3
E5-4
S2025R
E6-4
S4010D
E6-2
Q8010L4
E2-4
QK008L5
E2-2
S2006F1
E6-2
S2035J
E6-4
S4010DS2
E5-4
Q8010L5
E2-4
QK008LH4
E4-2
S2006FS21
E5-4
S2035K
E6-4
S4010DS3
E5-4
Q8010LH5
E4-2
QK008N5
E2-2
S2006FS31
E5-4
S2040N
E6-4
S4010F1
E6-2
Q8010N4
E2-4
QK008NH4
E4-2
S2006L
E6-2
S2040R
E6-4
S4010FS21
E5-4
Q8010N5
E2-4
QK008R5
E2-2
S2006LS2
E5-4
S2055M
E6-4
S4010FS31
E5-4
Q8010NH5
E4-2
QK008RH4
E4-2
S2006LS3
E5-4
S2055N
E6-4
S4010L
E6-2
Q8010R4
E2-4
QK008VH3
E4-2
S2006V
E6-2
S2055R
E6-4
S4010LS2
E5-4
Q8010R5
E2-4
QK008VH4
E4-2
S2006VS2
E5-4
S2055W
E6-4
S4010LS3
E5-4
Q8010RH5
E4-2
QK010L4
E2-4
S2006VS3
E5-4
S2065J
E6-4
S4010R
E6-2
Q8012LH5
E4-2
QK010L5
E2-4
S2008D
E6-2
S2065K
E6-4
S4010V
E6-2
Q8012NH5
E4-2
QK010LH5
E4-2
S2008DS2
E5-4
S2070W
E6-4
S4010VS2
E5-4
Q8012RH5
E4-2
QK010N4
E2-4
S2008DS3
E5-4
S2N1
E6-2
S4010VS3
E5-4
Q8015L5
E2-4
QK010N5
E2-4
S2008F1
E6-2
S2S
E5-2
S4012D
E6-2
Q8015N5
E2-4
QK010NH5
E4-2
S2008FS21
E5-4
S2S1
E5-2
S4012R
E6-2
Q8015R5
E2-4
QK010R4
E2-4
S2008FS31
E5-4
S2S2
E5-2
S4012V
E6-2
Q8016LH3
E4-4
QK010R5
E2-4
S2008L
E6-2
S2S3
E5-2
S4015L
E6-4
Q8016LH4
E4-4
QK010RH5
E4-2
S2008LS2
E5-4
S4004DS1
E5-2
S4016N
E6-4
Q8016LH6
E4-4
QK012LH5
E4-2
S2008LS3
E5-4
S4004DS2
E5-2
S4016R
E6-4
Q8016RH3
E4-4
QK012NH5
E4-2
S2008R
E6-2
S4004VS1
E5-2
S401E
E6-2
Q8016RH4
E4-4
QK012RH5
E4-2
S2008V
E6-2
S4004VS2
E5-2
S4020L
E6-4
Q8016RH6
E4-4
QK015L5
E2-4
S2008VS2
E5-4
S4006D
E6-2
S4025L
E6-4
Q8025J6
E4-4
QK015N5
E2-4
S2008VS3
E5-4
S4006DS2
E5-4
S4025N
E6-4
Q8025K6
E4-4
QK015R5
E2-4
S2010D
E6-2
S4006DS3
E5-4
S4025R
E6-4
Q8025L6
E4-4
QK016LH3
E4-4
S2010DS2
E5-4
S4006F1
E6-2
S4035J
E6-4
Q8025N5
E2-4
QK016LH4
E4-4
S2010DS3
E5-4
S4006FS21
E5-4
S4035K
E6-4
Q8025P5
E2-4
QK016LH6
E4-4
S2010F1
E6-2
S4006FS31
E5-4
S4040N
E6-4
Q8025R5
E2-4
QK016NH3
E4-4
S2010FS21
E5-4
S4006L
E6-2
S4040R
E6-4
Q8025R6
E4-4
QK016NH4
E4-4
S2010FS31
E5-4
S4006LS2
E5-4
S4055M
E6-4
Q8035P5
E2-4
QK016NH6
E4-4
S2010L
E6-2
S4006LS3
E5-4
S4055N
E6-4
Q8040J7
E4-4
QK016RH3
E4-4
S2010LS2
E5-4
S4006V
E6-2
S4055R
E6-4
Q8040K7
E4-4
QK016RH4
E4-4
S2010LS3
E5-4
S4006VS2
E5-4
S4055W
E6-4
QK004D4
E2-2
QK016RH6
E4-4
S2010R
E6-2
S4006VS3
E5-4
S4065J
E6-4
QK004L4
E2-2
QK025K6
E4-4
S2010V
E6-2
S4008D
E6-2
S4065K
E6-4
QK004V4
E2-2
QK025L6
E4-4
S2010VS2
E5-4
S4008DS2
E5-4
S4070W
E6-4
QK006DH3
E4-2
QK025N5
E2-4
S2010VS3
E5-4
S4008DS3
E5-4
S4N1
E6-2
QK006DH4
E4-2
QK025N6
E4-4
S2012D
E6-2
S4008F1
E6-2
S4S
E5-2
QK006L5
E2-2
QK025R5
E2-4
S2012R
E6-2
S4008FS21
E5-4
S4S1
E5-2
QK006LH4
E4-2
QK025R6
E4-4
S2012V
E6-2
S4008FS31
E5-4
S4S2
E5-2
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S4S3
E5-2
S6015L
E6-4
S8035K
E6-4
T106D1
E5-2
S6004DS1
E5-2
S6016N
E6-4
S8040N
E6-4
T106M1
E5-2
S6004DS2
E5-2
S6016R
E6-4
S8040R
E6-4
T107B1
E5-2
S6004VS1
E5-2
S601E
E6-2
S8055M
E6-4
T107D1
E5-2
S6004VS2
E5-2
S6020L
E6-4
S8055N
E6-4
T107M1
E5-2
S6006D
E6-2
S6025L
E6-4
S8055R
E6-4
TCR22-4
E5-2
S6006DS2
E5-4
S6025N
E6-4
S8055W
E6-4
TCR22-6
E5-2
S6006DS3
E5-4
S6025R
E6-4
S8065J
E6-4
TCR22-8
E5-2
S6006F1
E6-2
S6035J
E6-4
S8065K
E6-4
S6006FS21
E5-4
S6035K
E6-4
S8070W
E6-4
S6006FS31
E5-4
S6040N
E6-4
SK006D
E6-2
S6006L
E6-2
S6040R
E6-4
SK006L
E6-2
S6006LS2
E5-4
S6055M
E6-4
SK006V
E6-2
S6006LS3
E5-4
S6055N
E6-4
SK008D
E6-2
S6006V
E6-2
S6055R
E6-4
SK008L
E6-2
S6006VS2
E5-4
S6055W
E6-4
SK008R
E6-2
S6006VS3
E5-4
S6065J
E6-4
SK008V
E6-2
S6008D
E6-2
S6065K
E6-4
SK010D
E6-2
S6008DS2
E5-4
S6070W
E6-4
SK010L
E6-2
S6008DS3
E5-4
S6N1
E6-2
SK010R
E6-2
S6008F1
E6-2
S6S
E5-2
SK010V
E6-2
S6008FS21
E5-4
S6S1
E5-2
SK012D
E6-2
S6008FS31
E5-4
S6S2
E5-2
SK012R
E6-2
S6008L
E6-2
S6S3
E5-2
SK012V
E6-2
S6008LS2
E5-4
S8006D
E6-2
SK015L
E6-4
S6008LS3
E5-4
S8006L
E6-2
SK016N
E6-4
S6008R
E6-2
S8006V
E6-2
SK016R
E6-4
S6008V
E6-2
S8008D
E6-2
SK020L
E6-4
S6008VS2
E5-4
S8008L
E6-2
SK025L
E6-4
S6008VS3
E5-4
S8008R
E6-2
SK025N
E6-4
S6010D
E6-2
S8008V
E6-2
SK025R
E6-4
S6010DS2
E5-4
S8010D
E6-2
SK035K
E6-4
S6010DS3
E5-4
S8010L
E6-2
SK040N
E6-4
S6010F1
E6-2
S8010R
E6-2
SK040R
E6-4
S6010FS21
E5-4
S8010V
E6-2
SK055M
E6-4
S6010FS31
E5-4
S8012D
E6-2
SK055N
E6-4
S6010L
E6-2
S8012R
E6-2
SK055R
E6-4
S6010LS2
E5-4
S8012V
E6-2
SK065K
E6-4
S6010LS3
E5-4
S8015L
E6-4
ST-32
E8-2
S6010R
E6-2
S8016N
E6-4
ST-32B
E8-2
S6010V
E6-2
S8016R
E6-4
ST-34B
E8-2
S6010VS2
E5-4
S8020L
E6-4
ST-35
E8-2
S6010VS3
E5-4
S8025L
E6-4
ST-36A
E8-2
S6012D
E6-2
S8025N
E6-4
ST-36B
E8-2
S6012R
E6-2
S8025R
E6-4
ST-40
E8-2
S6012V
E6-2
S8035J
E6-4
T106B1
E5-2
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