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Circuit Protection and
Power Management Solutions
Full Line Electronics Catalog
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INTRODUCTION
From overcurrent and overvoltage protection to supercapacitors and magnetics, Cooper Bussmann
provides integrated solutions that meet the evolving needs of technology-driven markets. Cooper
Bussmann is a leader and an innovator in providing cost-effective, comprehensive solutions that
utilize the high quality brand names that customers know and trust.
Circuit Protection
The Cooper Bussmann® Electronic Fuse family offers fail-safe circuit protection devices in SMD,
Thru-Hole, and traditional Ferrule Fuse packages.
The Cooper Bussmann® PolySurg™ sub-branded family offers protection for sensitive electronic
circuits from the damaging effects of electrostatic discharge (ESD).
Power Management
The Cooper Coiltronics® family of transformers and inductors offers a broad range of solutions to
meet precise specifications in a variety of applications.
The Cooper PowerStor® family of aerogel capacitors offers ultra-low resistance supercapacitors,
unique high-energy storage devices.
Cooper Bussmann continues its 90-year history of blazing new trails of innovative technologies.
Cooper Bussmann manufactures the industry’s first truly global product line. Each item is backed
by an efficient worldwide network of distribution, customer service and technical support. Cooper
Bussmann products include the most extensive circuit protection solutions approved for use in
compliance with a variety of major standards: UL, CSA, IEC within wide range of applications:
industrial motor protection, power conversion, medium voltage, power distribution, telecommunications network equipment, electronics, and automotive. Manufacturing operations in North America,
Europe, and Asia have earned ISO 9000 certification. Cooper Bussmann customers are assured
of only the utmost quality across every product line. Our team is knowledgeable, responsive and
customer focused. Bussmann continues to set the standard for circuit protection solutions around
the world.
To receive further information on Cooper Bussmann products, visit www.cooperbussmann.com
or contact customer service at 888-414-2645.
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The Cooper Bussmann® Electronic Fuse family offers fail-safe circuit
protection devices in SMD, Thru-Hole, and traditional Ferrule Fuse
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CHIP™ Fuses (0603FA & 3216FF Series)
Cooper Bussmann's patented Solid Matrix CHIP™ fuses
provide reliable overcurrent protection to secondary
circuits found in mobile phone handsets, battery packs,
digital still cameras, PDA's, HDD's, printers, notebook
computers, televisions, automotive instrument panels,
battery packs, and more. Its excellent cycling
characteristics, small footprint, and SMD package provide
the most effective, reliable overcurrent protection solution
for today's - and tomorrow's - technologies.
Telecom Circuit Protector (TCP Series)
Cooper Bussmann is proud to be the first to offer a surface
mount telecom circuit protector designed to protect against
power cross faults and comply with surge requirements for
the telecom industry. Today, you will find the TCP Series
fuse in central office subscriber line interface cards,
basestations, set-top box modems, and xDSL modems
among other applications.
BRICK™ Fuses (6125FA/TD & 1025FA/TD Series)
Cooper Bussmann's patented BRICK™ fuses
provide the excellent inrush withstand
capabilities in a space saving SMD package
needed in many of today's more demanding
applications such as power supplies, base
stations, televisions, computers, white goods,
and motor control circuits among others.
SR-5 & SS-5 Series Radial Leaded Fuses
Cooper Bussmann is bringing the space-saving SR-5
and SS-5 family of radial leaded fuses to the global
market to provide cost-effective primary circuit
protection in space-constrained applications such as
power adapters, televisions, handheld consumer
products, white goods, and more.
IEC & UL Electronic Fuses
In addition to SMD and Thru-Hole Device Fuses, Cooper Bussmann offers a full range of traditional
electronic fuses designed to IEC standards (5mm product line) and UL standards (1/4" product line).
Both product lines offer a cost-efficient overcurrent protection solution for a wide range of applications
including power supplies, white goods, motor control equipment, and set-top boxes. Coupled with one
of Cooper Bussmann’s extensive fuse accessories product offerings, these fuses can be conveniently
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inserted into a circuit while allowing for end-user replacement if desired. And with Cooper Bussmann’s expansive global
distribution, your customers will have easy access to ensure safe, reliable, correct replacement parts available when needed.
Electrical Fuses
Cooper Bussmann® brand power fuses are the industry leader for your more demanding power applications.
From the innovative CUBEFuse™ product line – offering touch-safe, current-limiting fusible protection – to the time-honored
Fusetron® product line with class-leading time-delay performance, Cooper Bussmann® fuses set the standard for motor and
branch circuit protection. And now, with easyID™ technology available with the CUBEFuse™ and Low-Peak® product lines,
reliable permanent open fuse indication for reduced downtime and maintenance costs.
For more delicate semiconductor drive applications, Cooper Bussmann High Speed fuses provide rapid response to damaging
short circuits keeping your investment safe from damages. And look no further than the Cooper Bussmann Telpower® brand
fuses for protection of critical telecommunication infrastructure.
PolySurg™ ESD Suppression Devices
Cooper Bussmann PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors are bi-directional ESD overvoltage
protection devices that respond in less than 1ns and can protect against a threat voltage up
to 15kV per IEC standard 61000-4-2. With leakage current of less than 1nA and an ultra low capacitance less than 0.15pF,
these devices are an especially viable solution for high data rate applications. With an insertion loss
of less than -0.2dB at frequencies up to 6 GHz, the PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors are invisible to the
protected circuit, introducing no additional loading or signal distortion.
ESD Protection for High Frequency, Low Voltage Designs
PolySurg™ surface mount devices are ideally suited for ESD protection of data I/O ports, computers
and peripherals, media interfaces (DVI and HDMI), mobile communication products, hand-held test
equipment and other similar uses.
MLP Series Now Available
The MLP Series, comprised of the 0402ESDA-MLP and 0603ESDA-MLP ESD suppression devices, is now available as
discrete devices in an 0402 and 0603 footprint, respectively. This series utilizes Cooper Bussmann’s patented PolyFAMILY
design to deliver enhanced ESD protection using state of the art process and material technologies.
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A leading global brand name in the power magnetics
marketplace since 1977.
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Leading-Edge Technology
Cooper Coiltronics® brand magnetics specializes in standard and custom solutions offering the latest in
state-of-the-art low profile high power density magnetic components. In working closely with the
industry leaders in chipset and core development, we remain at the forefront of innovation and
new technology to deliver the optimal mix of packaging, high efficiency and unbeatable reliability.
Our designs utilize high frequency, low core loss materials, new and custom core shapes in
combination with innovative construction and packaging to provide designers with the highest
performance parts available on the market.
Market-Driven Products
Cooper Coiltronics brand magnetics is the first choice in power inductor and transformer solutions to
the ever-changing Digital Home, Office and Mobile electronics world. In support of this market, we
specialize in inductors and transformers for DC-DC power conversion and switch-mode applications
requiring high frequency. Our component solutions can be found in many products requiring power
conversion including cellular telephones, digital cameras, MP3 players, notebook and desktop
computers & peripherals & LCD displays across the Consumer, Communication, Computer,
Industrial and Automotive markets.
Standard Products
Cooper Coiltronics brand product line of power magnetics continually expands to satisfy shifts in
technology and related market needs. Categories of Standard Products include:
• Shielded Drum Inductors
• Low Profile Shielded Drum Inductors
• Unshielded Drum Inductors
• High Current Inductors
• Common-Mode Inductors
• Toroidal Inductors
• Transformers
• Custom Magnetics
Custom-Engineered Capabilities
• Inductors and Transformers for DC/DC Converters and Off-Line Switch Mode Power Supplies
(To 200 Watts at voltages up to 450Vac [640 Vdc] and Frequencies from 20Khz to 10Mhz)
• Custom SMT Inductors and Transformers
Cooper Coiltronics brand products can provide you with custom designs from print through manufacture.
Our design Engineers can take your designated specifications or help you determine what the specifications
should be. Either way, we’ll get you the right power magnetic solution to your design challenge.
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Shielded Drum Inductors and Low
Profile Shielded Drum Inductors
Cooper Coiltronics® brand magnetics put forward one of the largest variety of shielded drum
core inductors that utilize a magnetic shield
reducing EMI effects and have the best power
density versus size ratio on the market.
Features:
• Large variety of shapes and sizes
• Maximum Power Density
• Ultra Low Profile (as low as 1.0mm in height)
• Dual Winding: Coupled Inductor, SEPIC,
Flyback Transformer, 1:1 Isolation Transformer
• High current
• Magnetic Shielding, Reduced EMI
• Compact Footprint
Standard Product Families:
Shielded Drum:
DR, DRQ, DR124, DR1030, DR1040,
DR1050, LDS0705.
Low Profile Shielded Drum:
SD, SDQ, SD3110, SD3112, SD3114, SD3118,
SD52, SD53, SD38, SDH3812, SD6020,
SD6030, SD7030, SD8328, SD8350.
High Current Inductors
The Cooper Coiltronics® brand high current
inductor product lines provide an optimal mix
of innovative packaging, high efficiency and
unbeatable reliability.
Features:
• Large variety of shapes and sizes
• Low profile (as low as 3mm)
• Low DCR, High Efficiency
• Designed for High Current, Low Voltage
Applications
• Foil construction adds higher reliability factor
than traditional magnet wire used for higher
frequency circuits
• Gapped Ferrite: Maximum Efficiency,
Low core loss
• High Temperature Powder Iron: 155°C
Maximum Temperature Operation, Organic
Binder Eliminates Thermal Aging
Standard Product Families:
HC1, HC2LP, HC3, HC7, HC8,
HC8LP, HC9, HCP0703, HCP1104,
HCP1305, HCPT1309, HCF1305,
FLAT-PAC™(FP2), FLAT-PAC™ (FP3),
FLAT-PAC™ 4, (FP4), CPL.
Unshielded Drum Core Inductors
Transformers
Cooper Coiltronics® brand magnetics offer a
wide variety of unshielded drum core inductors
in different shapes and sizes to fit all board
space constraints.
Cooper Coiltronics® brand magnetics also offer
a variety of standard transformers that increase
versatility in design needs.
Features:
• Multiple sizes available
• Miniature Surface Mount Design
• Low Profile
• Small Footprint
• Ferrite Core Material
Standard Product Families:
UNI-PAC™ (UP1B, 2B, 3B, 4B),
UNI-PAC™ 0.4C (UP0.4C),
UNI-PAC™ 2.8B (UP2.8B),
UNI-PAC™ 2C (UP2C), LD.
Features:
• Multi-configurable transformer/Inductors
• Variety Of Sizes
• Multi-configurable Power Over Ethernet/PD
Flyback and Forward Transformers
• Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp (CCFL)
Transformers
Standard Product Families:
VERSA-PAC® (VP),
VERSA-PAC® High Inductance (VPH),
Power Over Ethernet/ PD Configurable
Transformer (PoE) Flyback and Forward,
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp (CCFL)
Toroid Inductors
The Cooper Coiltronics® brand magnetics also
offer a mixture of toroid constructed inductors
available in surface mount, through hole, and
dual winding platforms.
Features:
• Surface Mount and Through-Hole Mounting
• Maximum Power Density
• Dual Winding: Coupled Inductor, SEPIC,
Flyback Transformer, 1:1 Isolation Transformer
• Low EMI
• Variety Of Core Materials: Powder Iron, MPP,
Gapped Ferrite, Amorphous
Custom Magnetics
Cooper Coiltronics® brand magnetics can be
customized to meet your application needs.
We specialize in designing product to specific
requirements and new technology, as well as
modifying our standard product platforms to
meet your requirements.
Standard Product Families:
ECONO-PAC™, OCTA-PAC®, ™, OCTA-PAC®
Plus, MICRO-PAC™, , MICRO-PAC™ Plus,
Low Cost Power Inductors (LCPI), Current
Sense (CS).
Common-Mode Inductors
Cooper Coiltronics® brand magnetics also offer
a variety of surface mount and through hole
inductors specifically for common-mode
circuits.
Features:
• Variety Of Sizes
• Surface mount and through hole packages
• Wide inductance offering
• Ferrite core material
Standard Product Families:
Common Mode Inductor SMT (CMS),
Common Mode Inductor THT (CMT)
Modifications to standard products are available.
All surface mount components are available in
tape-and-reel packaging for pick-and-place utilization.
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The Cooper PowerStor® family of aerogel capacitors offers ultra-low
resistance supercapacitors, unique high-energy storage devices.
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Supercapacitors Extend Battery Life
The Cooper PowerStor® A series supercapacitors are available in
values from 0.47F to 4.7F, 2.5V and offer equivalent series resistance
as low as 25mΩ. In remote battery powered applications that have
pulse current loads this low ESR can be utilized to prolong battery
life.
Low cost battery solutions tend to have high ESR and as a result large amounts of stored energy can’t
be used when supplying pulse currents. By combining a supercapacitor in parallel with the battery the
overall ESR is lowered and battery life, typically, increased by 300%. For remote applications such as
utility meters, weather & river level monitoring and hotel door locks this can dramatically reduce
replacement costs.
Offering Environmentally Friendly Alternative to Ni-CD Batteries
The Cooper PowerStor® B series is available in values from 0.22F to 50F,
2.5V and is fully compliant with the EC RoHS directive. For equipment that
is only required for short term use, up to several minutes, and has a local
charger the B series offers a realistic alternative to Ni-CD batteries.
Low equivalent series resistance allows the B series parts to be rapidly charged and discharged
without damage and low leakage current means they can hold their charge for weeks. Unlike batteries
PowerStor® supercapacitors have a very long cycle life, over 500,000 cycles, so they won’t need
replacing and at end of life there are no recycling or disposal issues.
Supercapacitors Provide Last Gasp Power
The Cooper PowerStor® P series is available in values from 0.1F to 1.0F,
5V and is ideal for hold-up and bridging power applications. For telecom
products such ADSL routers a P series supercapacitor can be used to
provide power for a ‘leaving network’ signal after a mains supply failure.
Unlike batteries the P series supercapacitors have a long cycle life, over 500,000 cycles, so they won’t
need replacing. In addition to this they have ESR as low as 0.2 Ohms and small package sizes from
0.75 cm3 to 4.7 cm3. All this makes the P series an ideal choice for supporting continued operation
during battery swap-out or for controlled shut down after a mains failure.
Providing Power Management Solutions
In addition to a broad range of standard products Cooper PowerStor®
also offer custom solutions for applications such as automated meter
reading, PCMCIA cards, handheld electronics, data storage systems
and toys.
These products include high integrity capacitor packs that incorporate
active voltage balancing, ultra thin ‘Flat Pack’ devices with low ESR
and optimized cylindrical components that meet specific customer
requirements.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Fuse Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-3
Printed Circuit Board Fuses
Surface Mount Fuses
0603FA Chip™ Fuses
3216TD Chip™ Fuses
3216FF Chip™ Fuses
3216LV Chip™ Fuses
6125TD Brick™ Fuses
6125FF Brick™ Fuses
6125FA Brick™ Fuses
1025TD Brick™ Fuses
1025FA Brick™ Fuses
TCP™ Series Telecom
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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-14
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-16
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-18
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-20
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-22
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-24
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-26
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-28
Circuit Protector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-30
Axial and Radial Leaded Fuses
MCRW Series Subminiature Microtron® Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-34
MCRS Series Subminiature Microtron® Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-36
PC-Tron® Series PCB Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-38
SR-5 Series Subminiature Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-40
SS-5 Series Subminiature Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-42
SR-5F Series Subminiature Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-44
SS-5F Series Subminiature Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-46
SR-5H Series Subminiature Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-48
Traditional Ferrule Fuses
Ferrule Type Fuses
C515 Series 5mm x 15mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-50
C517 Series 5mm x 15mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-52
C518 Series 5mm x 15mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-54
C519 Series 5mm x 15mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-56
C520 Series 5mm x 15mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-58
S500 Series 5mm x 20mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-60
S501 Series 5mm x 20mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-62
S505 Series 5mm x 20mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-64
S506 Series 5mm x 20mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-66
GMA Series 5mm x 20mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-68
GMC Series 5mm x 20mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-70
GMD Series 5mm x 20mm Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-72
AGA Series 1/4" x 5/8" Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-74
AGX Series 1/4" x 1" Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-76
TDC Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-78
ABC Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-80
AGC Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-82
GBB Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-84
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MDA Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-86
MDL Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-88
MDQ Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-90
Automotive Fuses
Blade Fuses
ATM Series Blade-Type Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-92
ATC Series Blade-Type Automotive Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-93
MAX Series Blade-Type Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-94
Accessories
Fuseclips
5mm Diameter Fuseclips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-95
1/4" Diameter Fuseclips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-96
Fuseholders
HTC PCB Series 5mm x 20mm Fuseholders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-97
HTC PM Series 5mm x 20mm Fuseholders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-98
HB PCB Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseholders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-99
HKP PM Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseholders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-100
HTB PM Series Fuseholders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-102
HHB In-Line Series 1/4" x 7/8" to 1-1/4" Fuseholders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-104
HFB In-Line Waterproof Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseholders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-105
HFA In-Line Waterproof Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseholders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-106
HRK Universal In-Line Series 1/4" x 7/8" to 1-1/4" Fuseholders . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-107
MINI® Fuseholders (HHL & HHM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-108
ATC® Fuseholders (HHC, HHD, HHF, HHG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-109
MAXI® Fuseholders (HHX) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-110
Fuseblocks
HTC Series 5mm x 20mm Fuseblocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-111
S-8000 Series 1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseblocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-112
Overvoltage Protection
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors
ESD Suppression Selection Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-114
0402ESDA-MLP, MLP Series ESD Suppressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-118
0603ESDA-MLP, MLP Series ESD Suppressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-120
0603ESDA-TR, TR Series ESD Suppressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-122
Application Notes, ESD Suppression
ESD Protection of Set Top Appliances with PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors . . . . . . .OC-125
ESD Protection of High-Speed Data Lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OC-127
ESD Protection for High Speed Digital Video Solutions (DVI & HDMI) . . . . . . . . . . .OC-129
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FUSE TECHNOLOGY
This fuse technology guide will discuss basic fuse
operating, application, and selection criteria concepts.
The intended purpose of this section is to aid
designers with the operation and characteristics of
an overcurrent protection device and to assist in
device selection.
•
Ambient temperature
•
Overload conditions and opening times
•
Available short circuit current
•
Melting Integral (I2t)
•
Pulse and In-rush characteristics
•
Characteristics of equipment or components
to be protected
•
Physical size and available board space
•
Standards requirements
Fuse Technology
Overcurrent
Protection Group
Overcurrent fuses serve two main purposes:
a.
b.
To protect components, equipment and
people from risk of fire and shock caused
by overcurrents.
To isolate sub systems from the main
system once a fault has occurred.
Overcurrents
Voltage Ratings
Overcurrents exist when the normal load for a circuit is
exceeded. It can either be an overload or short circuit
condition.
An overload condition is any current flowing within the
circuit path that is higher than the circuit’s normal full
load current. An overload is typically 2 to 5 times the
magnitude of a circuit’s normal operating current.
A short circuit is an overcurrent condition that leaves
the normal current path and which greatly exceeds the
normal full load current of the circuit by a factor of tens,
hundreds, or thousands. Components and equipment
can be damaged by both types of overcurrents.
Selecting Overcurrent Protection
During normal load conditions, the fuse must carry the
normal operating current of the circuit without nuisance
openings. However, when an overcurrent occurs
the fuse must interrupt the overcurrent and withstand
the voltage across the fuse after internal arcing.
To properly select a fuse the following items must
be considered:
•
Voltage rating (ac or dc voltage)
•
Current rating
•
Normal operating current
The voltage rating of the fuse must be greater than or
equal to the maximum open circuit voltage. Because
the fuse has such low resistance, the voltage rating
becomes critical only when the fuse is trying to open.
The fuse must be able to open quickly, extinguish the
arc after the fuse element has melted and prevent the
system’s open-circuit voltage from re-striking across
the open fuse element.
Current Ratings
The current rating of a fuse identifies its currentcarrying capacity based on a controlled set of test
conditions. Each fuse is marked with its current rating.
This rating can be identified with a numeric, alpha, or
color code mark. Marking codes can be found in each
product’s data sheet.
Normal Operating Current
The normal operating current of a circuit is the level
of current drawn (in RMS or dc amperes) after it has
been energized and is operating under normal
conditions. An operating current of 80% or less of
rated current is recommended for operation at 25°C
to avoid nuisance openings. For example, a fuse with
a current rating of 1A is usually not recommended in
circuits with normal operating currents of more than
800mA. Further derating is required at elevated
ambient temperatures.
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Protection Group
Ambient Temperature
Ambient temperature is the temperature of the
air immediately surrounding the fuse and is not
necessarily room temperature. All electrical
characteristics of a fuse are rated and validated at an
ambient temperature of 25°C. Both higher and lower
ambient temperatures will affect the fuse’s opening
and current carrying characteristics. This effect is
demonstrated in temperature re-rating curves. Please
refer to the re-rating curves for individual product
series found in the Engineering Product Specifications
located on the Cooper Electronic Technologies web
site, or contact CET directly for technical assistance.
Overload Conditions and Opening Times
Specific attention must be given to first overload
operating points. For fuses, the first overload point is
usually between 200% to 300% of rated current. 400%
is typically the first overload point for circuit protectors.
Breaking Capacity / Interrupting Rating
A fuse must be able to open the circuit under a short
circuit condition without endangering its surroundings.
The breaking capacity or interrupting rating of a
protective device is the maximum available current, at
rated voltage, that the device can safely open without
rupturing. The breaking capacity or interrupting rating
of a fuse must be equal to or greater than the available
short circuit current of the circuit.
Melting Integral
The melting integral of a fuse, termed melting I2t, is
the thermal energy required to melt a specific fuse
element. The construction, materials, and cross
sectional area of the fuse element will determine this
value. Each fuse series and ampere rating utilize
different materials and element configurations, and
therefore it is necessary to determine the I2t value for
each fuse. Tests to determine the I2t of a fuse are
usually performed with a fault current of at least 10x
the rated current with a time constant of less than 50
microseconds in a DC test circuit. High-speed
oscilloscopes and integral programs are used to
measure very accurate I2t values.
The melting I2t of a fuse is one of the values used to
assist circuit designers when selecting and properly
sizing a fuse in a specific application. It can be
compared to the thermal energy created by transient
surge currents in a circuit.
Surge and Pulse Current Characteristics
Transient surge or pulse currents are used to describe
wave shapes that result from any startup, inrush,
surge, or transient currents in a circuit. The pulse
currents are normal for some applications. It is
therefore important to size the fuse properly to allow
these pulses to pass without nuisance openings or
degradation of the fuse element. The fuse must then
open within the limits specified by UL and CSA if the
overload condition continues. The ability to resist
surges is a function of the fuse design and/or
classification relative to the surge pulse, duration
frequency etc.
Pulse currents can produce thermal energy that may
not be large enough to open the fuse but could
possibly cause element fatigue and decrease the life
of the fuse. To properly size a fuse and determine its
surge withstand capability, the circuit’s pulse energy
should be determined and compared to the time
current curve and I2t rating of the fuse. The fuse’s
melting I2t value must be greater than or equal to the
pulse I2t multiplied by a pulse factor.
The peak current and decay time define the pulse
current characteristic or waveform. Pulses can
generate different waveform shapes, which determines
the formula used to calculate the pulse energy or I2t.
Refer to Table 1 to select the appropriate waveform
and its corresponding pulse I2t calculation.
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Table 1. Pulse Waveshapes and I2t Calculations
Fuse Surge Withstand Capability
The fuse’s capability to withstand a surge pulse without
causing thermal stress to the fuse element, which may
result in nuisance openings, can be determined once
the circuit’s pulse I2t is calculated. The circuit designer
needs to properly size the fuse so that the fuse’s
melting I2t value is greater than or equal to the pulse I2t
multiplied by a pulse factor Fp (I2tfuse ≥ I2tpulse x Fp).
The pulse factor is dependent on the construction
of the fuse element. A wire-in-air constructed fuse
element (ferrule fuses, 6125 and 1025 series for
example) will be affected by the number and frequency
of surge pulses the fuse is subjected to over the
lifetime of the device. This construction design utilizes
low-melting-point metals plated or deposited on the
main element material to cause an “M” effect. If the
fuse is sized improperly, low level pulse currents may
cause the low-melting-point metals to alloy to the
element without completely opening the element.
Fuse Technology
Overcurrent
Protection Group
A series of pulse currents will eventually create
enough heat to shift resistance or even permanently
open the fuse. Thus it is important to take into account
the number of pulse currents to which the fuse will be
subjected.
Solid matrix fuses (for example 0603FA or 3216FF
sized surface mount fuses) do not currently use an “M”
effect for the element construction. The element will
only then be affected by the thermal energy of each
pulse, and will not normally degrade as a result of
the number or frequency of pulses. Please refer to
Table 2 to determine the pulse factor, Fp.
For example, a pulse current with an I2t of 0.0823 and
a pulse factor, Fp=1.25 would require the selection of
a fuse to have a melting I2t greater than or equal to
0.1029.
Melting I2tfuse ≥ I2tpulse x Fp
Melting I2tfuse ≥ 0.0823 x 1.25
Melting I2tfuse ≥ 0.1029
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Protection Group
It is important to note that the melting I2t values of the
fuse and pulse current that are compared must be
calculated or tested at the same test conditions, most
importantly the magnitude of the peak current must be
the same. For example, if the pulse’s peak current is
15A, then the fuse’s melting I2t must be calculated at
15A as well to fully understand its electrical
characteristics at that magnitude of current. Please
contact CET directly for technical assistance.
Table 2. Pulse Factor, Fp
Fuse Resistance
In most applications, the voltage drop across the fuse
due to its internal and contact resistance is negligible.
There are, however, certain critical applications where
the fuse resistance must be considered and it is
important that the circuit designer understands the
fuse characteristics in order to select the proper fuse.
Applications that are powered by low voltage batteries,
typically 3V or less, and utilize fractional rated fuses
with high resistance may require special attention be
given to the voltage drop across the fuse.
Solid Matrix Construction
Number of
Surge Pulses
1 to 100,000
Physical Sizes
Pulse Factor, Fp
1.25
Wire-in-Air Construction
Number of
Surge Pulses
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
Pulse Factor, Fp
2.1
2.6
3.4
4.5
Time vs. Current Curves
A time current curve represents the relationship
between a fuse’s melting or clearing time and the
magnitude of RMS or dc current. The characteristics
represented on most published graphs usually indicate
a fuse’s average melting time when subjected to a
certain level of current. The curves will typically
demonstrate the ability to carry 100% of rated current,
and then also represent the fuse’s ability to open within
the maximum opening time at designated overload
points (typically 135% to 300% of the fuse rating).
Time vs. current curves are a useful design aid for
an engineer when specifying a fuse type or rating for
an application. It is however recommended that fuse
samples be tested in the actual application to verify
performance.
There are numerous physical sizes of electronic fuses,
including subminiature fuses. The most common ferrule designs are 5x15mm, 5x20mm and 6.3x32mm
(1/4” x 1 1/4”).
Subminiature fuses are often used when board space
is limited. For applications of this type, there are
through-hole and surface mount devices available.
Standard package sizes for surface mount fuses are
0402 (1005), 0603 (1608), 1206 (3216), 6125, and
1025. These sizes are standard throughout the electronic industry. Through-hole axial and radial leaded
products allow fuses to be PCB mounted. Standard
ferrule fuses fitted with leads can also be mounted in
this way.
Physical Sizes of Traditional Ferrule Fuses
5mmx20mm
1AG
2AG (5mmx15mm)
3AG
4AG
5AG
7AG
8AG
0.2" x .79"
1/4" x 5/8"
0.2" x .59"
1/4" x 1 1/4"
9/32" x 1 1/4"
13/32" x 1 1/2"
1/4" x 7/8"
1/4" x 1"
Standards
North American UL/CSA and IEC standards require
significantly different time vs. current characteristics for
overcurrent devices.
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Typically the physical dimensions and materials used
are similar; however, fuses built to different standards
are not interchangeable because their element melting
and opening times will differ when subjected to the
same magnitude of current. It is therefore important for
the circuit designer to consider that world standards
may require different fuses.
Glossary of Terms
Ampere squared seconds I2t
The melting, arcing, or clearing integral of a fuse,
termed I2t, is the thermal energy required to melt, arc,
or clear a specific current. It can be expressed as
melting I2t, arcing I2t or the sum of them, clearing I2t.
Arcing time
The amount of time from the instant the fuse link has
melted until the overcurrent is interrupted, or cleared.
Clearing time
The total time between the beginning of the overcurrent and the final opening of the circuit at rated voltage
by an overcurrent protective device. Clearing time is
the total of the melting time and the arcing time.
Fast acting fuse
A fuse which opens on overload and short circuits very
quickly. This type of fuse is not designed to withstand
temporary overload currents associated with some
electrical loads. UL listed or recognized fast acting
fuses would typically open within 5 seconds maximum
when subjected to 200% to 250% of its rated current.
IEC has two categories of fast acting fuses:
• F = quick acting, opens 10x rated current within
0.001 seconds to 0.01 seconds
• FF = very quick acting, opens 10x rated current in
less than 0.001 seconds
Fuse
An overcurrent protective device with a fusible link that
operates and permanently opens the circuit on an
overcurrent condition.
Overload
Can be classified as an overcurrent which exceeds the
normal full load current of a circuit by 2 to 5 times its
magnitude and stays within the normal current path.
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Protection Group
Resistive load
An electrical load which is characterized by not drawing any significant inrush current. When a resistive
load is energized, the current rises instantly to its
steady state value, without first rising to a higher value.
RMS Current
The R.M.S. (root mean square) value of any periodic
current is equal to the value of the direct current which,
flowing through a resistance, produces the same heating effect in the resistance as the periodic current
does.
Short circuit
An overcurrent that leaves the normal current path and
greatly exceeds the normal full load current of the circuit by a factor of tens, hundreds, or thousands times.
Time delay fuse
A fuse with a built-in time delay that allows temporary
and harmless inrush currents to pass without operating, but is so designed to open on sustained overloads
and short circuits. UL listed or recognized time delay
fuses typically open in 2 minutes maximum when subjected to 200% to 250% of rated current. IEC has two
categories of time delay fuses:
• T = time lag, opens 10x rated current within 0.01
seconds to 0.1 seconds
• TT = long time lag, opens 10x rated current within
0.1 seconds to 1 second
Voltage rating
A maximum open circuit voltage in which a fuse can be
used, yet safely interrupt an overcurrent. Exceeding the
voltage rating of a fuse impairs its ability to clear an
overload or short circuit safely.
Overcurrent
A condition which exists in an electrical circuit when
the normal load current is exceeded. Overcurrents take
on two separate characteristics-overloads and short
circuits.
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Overcurrent
Protection Group
Selection Guide
The following is a quick selection guide to assist in selecting the appropriate product series for your application.
Please refer to the corresponding catalog pages for a complete listing of product specifications.
Product
Series
Chip Fuses
Electrical
Characteristic
Voltage
Rating
32 VDC
24 VDC
32 VAC, 63 VDC
32 VAC, 32 VDC
63 VAC, 63 VDC
32 VAC, 32 VDC
Amp
Rating
250mA - 2A
2.5A-5A
250mA-3A
4A-7A
1A
1.5A-12A
3216LV
125 VAC/DC
250mA-1.5A
Product
Series
Voltage
Rating
Amp
Rating
6125TD
125VAC, 60VDC
250mA-7A
Time Delay
6125FF
125VAC, 72VDC
375mA-15A
Fast Acting
6125FA
125VAC, 125VDC
125VAC, 86VDC
86VDC
250mA-7A
10A-12A
15A
Fast Acting
1025TD
250AC, 125VDC
250mA-5A
Time Delay
1025FA
250VAC, 125VDC
250mA-15A
Fast Acting
Product
Series
Voltage
Rating
Amp
Rating
TCP
250VAC
500mA-2A
0603FA
3216FF
3216TD
Fast Acting
Fast Acting
Time Delay
Fast Acting
Brick Fuses
Electrical
Characteristic
Size
1.6mmx0.8mm
(.060"x.030")
3.2mmx1.6mm
(.120"x.060")
3.2mmx1.6mm
(.120"x.060")
3.2mmx1.6mm
(.120"x.060")
Size
6.1mmx2.5mm
(0.24"x0.1")
6.1mmx2.5mm
(0.24"x0.1")
6.1mmx2.5mm
(0.24"x0.1")
10.1mmx2.5mm
(0.4"x0.1")
10.1mmx2.5mm
(0.4"x0.1")
Telecom Fuses
Electrical
Size
Characteristic
Time Delay for
10.1mmx2.5mm
Telecom Applications
(0.4"x0.1")
Mounting
Method
3rd Party
Testing
Surface Mount
UL/CSA
Surface Mount
UL/CSA
Surface Mount
cRUus
Surface Mount
UL/CSA
Mounting
Method
3rd Party
Testing
Surface Mount
UL/CSA
Surface Mount
cRUus
Surface Mount
UL/CSA
Surface Mount
UL/CSA
Surface Mount
UL/CSA
Mounting
Method
3rd Party
Testing
Surface Mount
UL/CSA
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Product
Series
Voltage
Rating
MCRW
125VAC, 125VDC
MCRS
125VAC, 125VDC
PC-Tron
250VAC, 450VDC
250VAC, 350VDC
125VAC, 250VDC
SR-5
250VAC
SS-5
250VAC
SR-5F
SS-5F
SR-5H
250VAC
125VAC
250VAC
125VAC
300VAC
250VAC
Traditional Subminiature Fuses
Electrical
Size
Characteristic
Fast Acting,
7.1mmx3.18mm
1/10A-15A
Wire in Air
(.280"x.125")
Slow Blow,
7.1mmx3.18mm
250MA-7A
Wire in Air
(.280"x.125")
500mA-2.5A
Fast Acting,
8.89mmx8.89mm
3A
Solid Matrix
(.35"x.35")
5A
8.35mmx7.7mm
500mA-6.3A
Time Delay
(.33"x.3")
8.6mmx8.4mm
500mA-6.3A
Time Delay
(.34"x.33")
800mA-5A
8.35mmx7.7mm
Fast Acting
6.3A-10A
(.33"x.3")
800mA-5A
8.6mmx8.4mm
Fast Acting
6.3A-10A
(.34"x.33")
8.35mmx8.6mm
1A-6.3A
Time Delay
(.33"x.34")
Amp
Rating
Product
Series
Voltage
Rating
Amp
Rating
AGA
125VAC, 32VAC
63mA-30A
AGA-V
125VAC, 32VAC
63mA-30A
AGX
AGX-V
250VAC, 125VAC,
32VAC
250VAC, 125VAC,
32VAC
1/500mA-30A
1/500mA-30A
ABC
250VAC, 125VAC
1/4A-30A
ABC-V
250VAC, 125VAC
1/4A-30A
AGC
250VAC, 32VAC
1/20A-30A
AGC-V
250VAC, 32VAC
1/20A-30A
GBB
250VAC
1A-30A
GBB-V
250VAC
1A-30A
MDA
250VAC
2/10A-30A
MDA-V
250VAC
2/10A-30A
MDL
250VAC, 32VAC
1/16A-30A
MDL-V
250VAC, 32VAC
1/16A-30A
MDQ
250VAC
1/100A-15A
MDQ-V
250VAC
1/100A-15A
1/4" Diameter Ferrule Fuses
Electrical
Size
Characteristic
6.3mmx15.9mm
Fast Acting
(1/4"x5/8")
6.3mmx15.9mm
Fast Acting
(1/4"x5/8")
6.3mmx25.4mm
Fast Acting
(1/4"x1")
6.3mmx25.4mm
Fast Acting
(1/4"x1")
6.3mmx32mm
Fast Acting
(1/4"x1-1/4")
6.3mmx32mm
Fast Acting
(1/4"x1-1/4")
6.3mmx32mm
Fast Acting
(1/4"x1-1/4")
6.3mmx32mm
Fast Acting
(1/4"x1-1/4")
6.3mmx32mm
Very Fast Acting
(1/4"x1-1/4")
6.3mmx32mm
Very Fast Acting
(1/4"x1-1/4")
6.3mmx32mm
Time Delay
(1/4"x1-1/4")
6.3mmx32mm
Time Delay
(1/4"x1-1/4")
6.3mmx32mm
Time Delay
(1/4"x1-1/4")
6.3mmx32mm
Time Delay
(1/4"x1-1/4")
Dual Element
6.3mmx32mm
Time Delay
(1/4"x1-1/4")
Dual Element
6.3mmx32mm
Time Delay
(1/4"x1-1/4")
Mounting
Method
Axial
Through Hole
Axial
Through Hole
Radial
Through Hole
Radial
Through Hole
Radial
Through Hole
Radial
Through Hole
Radial
Through Hole
Radial
Through Hole
Mounting
Method
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
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Overcurrent
Protection Group
3rd Party
Testing
UL/CSA
UL/CSA
UL/CSA
UL/CSA
SEMKO/VDE
UL/CSA
SEMKO/VDE
UL/CSA
UL/CSA
cURus
SEMKO/VDE
3rd Party
Testing
UL/UR
UL/UR
UL/UR/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UR/CSA
UR/CSA
UL/CSA
UL/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
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Protection Group
Product
Series
Voltage
Rating
Amp
Rating
C515
250VAC
125mA-7A
C517
350VAC
3A
C518
250VAC
100mA-5A
C519
250VAC
125mA-5A
C520
250VAC
100mA-5A
Product
Series
Voltage
Rating
Amp
Rating
GMA
250VAC, 125VAC
63mA-15A
GMA-V
250VAC, 125VAC
63mA-15A
GMC
250VAC, 125VAC
50mA-10A
GMC-V
250VAC, 125VAC
50mA-10A
GMD
250VAC
125mA-4A
GMD-V
250VAC
125mA-4A
S500
250VAC
32mA-10A
S500-V
250VAC
32mA-10A
S501
250VAC
50mA-10A
S501-V
250VAC
50mA-10A
S505
250VAC
500mA-12A
S505-V
250VAC
500mA-12A
S506
250VAC
32mA-15A
S506-V
250VAC
32mA-15A
5x15mm Ferrule Fuses
Electrical
Size
Characteristic
5.5mmx15.2mm
Time Delay
(0.22"x0.60")
5.5mmx15.2mm
Fast Acting
(0.22"x0.60")
5.5mmx15.2mm
Fast Acting
(0.22"x0.60")
5.2mmx15mm
Time Delay
(0.20"x0.59")
5.2mmx15mm
Fast Acting
(0.20"x0.59")
Mounting
Method
Axial
Through Hole
Axial
Through Hole
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
5x20mm Ferrule Fuses
Electrical
Size
Characteristic
5.2mmx20mm
Fast Acting
(0.20"x0.79")
5.5mmx21.1mm
Fast Acting
(0.22"x0.83")
Medium
5.2mmx20mm
Time Delay
(0.20"x0.79")
Medium
5.5mmx21.1mm
Time Delay
(0.22"x0.83")
5.2mmx20mm
Time Delay
(0.20"x0.79")
5.5mmx21.1mm
Time Delay
(0.22"x0.83")
Fast Acting, Low
5.2mmx20mm
Breaking Capacity
(0.20"x0.79")
Fast Acting, Low
5.5mmx21.1mm
Breaking Capacity
(0.22"x0.83")
Fast Acting, High
5.2mmx20mm
Breaking Capacity
(0.20"x0.79")
Fast Acting, High 5.5mmx21.1mm
Breaking Capacity
(0.22"x0.83")
Time Delay, High 5.5mmx21.1mm
Breaking Capacity
(0.22"x0.83")
Time Delay, High 5.5mmx21.1mm
Breaking Capacity
(0.22"x0.83")
Time Delay, Low
5.2mmx20mm
Breaking Capacity
(0.20"x0.79")
Time Delay, Low
5.5mmx21.1mm
Breaking Capacity
(0.22"x0.83")
Mounting
Method
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
Clips, Blocks,
and Holders
Axial
Through Hole
3rd Party
Testing
UL/UR/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UL/CSA
UL/UR/CSA
UL/CSA
3rd Party
Testing
UL/UR/CSA/MITI
UL/UR/CSA/MITI
UL/UR/CSA/MITI
UL/UR/CSA/MITI
UL/UR/CSA/MITI
UL/UR/CSA/MITI
UR/CSA/Semko/
VDE/IMQ/BSI
UR/CSA/Semko/
VDE/IMQ/BSI
UR/Semko/
VDE/IMQ
UR/Semko/
VDE/IMQ
UR/BSI/MITI/
Semko/VDE/IMQ
UR/BSI/MITI/
Semko/VDE/IMQ
UR/BSI/MITI/
Semko/VDE/IMQ
UR/BSI/MITI/
Semko/VDE/IMQ
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Fuse Accessory Selection Guide
Fuse
Size
PC Board
Fuse Clip
PC Board Mount
Holder
Panel Mount
Holder
In-Line Fuse
Holder
Fuseblock
HBH-I / HBV-I
HBH-I / HBV-I
HBH-I / HBV-I
HTC-45M / -50M
HTC-45M / -50M
HTC-45M / -50M
HBH-I / HBV-I
HBH-I / HBV-I
HBH-I / HBV-I
PCS
PCS
HTC-45M / -50M
HTC-45M / -50M
HTC-45M / -50M
HTC-45M / -50M
PCS
PCS
PCS
PCS
HTC-45M / -50M
HTC-45M / -50M
-
HTB / HKP
HTB / HKP
HPG
HJL
HPG
HPG
HPS-L
HPG
HPG
HPG
HPG
HPG
HLD
HTB / HKP
HLD
HTB / HTC
HTB / HTC
HTB / HTC
HPG
HPG
HPG
HPS-L
HPG
HTB / HKP
HTB / HKP
HTB / HKP
HPG
HPG
HTB / HTC
HTB / HTC
HTB / HTC
HTB / HTC
HPS-EE
HPS-JJ
HPS-FF
HTB / HKP
HTB / HKP
HJL
HRK / HHB / HFA
HRK / HHB / HFA
HEB
HRK / HHB / HFA
HRK / HHB / HFA
HHD
HHM
HEB
HEB
HEH
HHT
HHT
HEB
HEB
HEB
HEB
HEB
HRK / HHB / HFA
HRK / HHB / HFA
HRK / HHB / HFA
HHT
HHT
HHT
HEB
HEB
HEB
HEH
HEB
HRK / HHB / HFA
HRK / HHB / HFA
HRK / HHB / HFA
HEB
HEB
HHT
HHT
HHT
HHT
HEG
HEH
HEC
HEJ
HRK / HHB / HFA
HRK / HHB / HFA
HRK / HHB / HFA
S-8000
S-8000
BM6031PQ
3828-1
BM6031PQ
BM6031PQ
BM6031PQ
BM6031PQ
BM6031PQ
BM6031PQ
BM6031PQ
BC6031PQ
S-8000
S-8000
S-8000
HTC-15M
HTC-15M
HTC-15M
BM6031PQ
BM6031PQ
BC6031PQ
BM6031PQ
BC6031PQ
S-8000
S-8000
S-8000
BM6031PQ
BM6031PQ
HTC-15M
HTC-15M
HTC-15M
HTC-15M
BG3011PQ
BG3021PQ
BG3031PQ
G30060-1CR
S-8000
S-8000
3828-1
Fuse Technology
Overcurrent
Protection Group
(Qty. 2)
ABC
AGA
AGC
AGU
AGW
AGX
ATC
ATM
BAF
BAN
BBS
C519
C520
DCM
FNA
FNM
FNQ
FNQ-R
FWH
GBA
GBB
GLD
GMA
GMC
GMD
KLM
KTK
KTK-R
KTQ
LP-CC
MDA
MDL
MDQ
MIC
MIN
PCB
PCD
S500 / GDB
S501 / GDA
S505
S506 / GDC
SC-1 to 15
SC-20
SC-25 to 30
SC-35 to 60
SR-5
SR-5F
SS-5
SS-5F
TDC10
TDC11
TDC180
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 5/8"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
1/4" x 7/8"
1/4" x 1"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-3/8"
5mm x 15mm
5mm x 15mm
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
5mm x 20mm
5mm x 20mm
5mm x 20mm
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-3/8"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
13/32" x 1-1/2"
5mm x 20mm
5mm x 20mm
5mm x 20mm
5mm x 20mm
13/32" x 1.31"
13/32" x 1.41"
13/32" x 1.63"
13/32" x 2-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1"
1A1907
1A1907
1A1907
1A3400
1A1907
1A1907
1A5600
1A5778
1A3400
1A3400
1A3400
1A3399
1A3399
1A3400
1A3400
1A3400
1A3400
1A3400
1A1907
1A1907
1A1907
1A1907
1A3399
1A3399
1A3399
1A3400
1A3400
1A3400
1A3400
1A3400
1A1907
1A1907
1A1907
1A3400
1A3400
1A3399
1A3399
1A3399
1A3399
1A3400
1A3400
1A3400
1A3400
1A1907
1A1907
1A1907
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Chip™ Fuses
0603FA Series, Fast Acting
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
Description
• Rapid interruption of excessive current
• Compatible with reflow and wave solder
• Rugged ceramic and glass construction
• Excellent environmental integrity
• One time positive disconnect
• Compatible with lead free solders and higher
temperature profiles
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
200%
60 Seconds Maximum
Agency Information
• UL Recognition Guide & File numbers:
JDYX2 &E19180
• CSA Component Acceptance: 053787 C 000 &
Class Number: 1422 30
Environmental Data
• Life Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 108A
• Load Humidity Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 103B
• Moisture Resistance Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 106E
• Terminal Strength Test: Downward force is applied to
cause a 1mm deflection for 1 minute
• Thermal Shock Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 107D
• Solderability: ANSI/J-STD-002
• Mechanical Shock Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 213B
• High Frequency Vibration Test: MIL-STD-202,
Method 204D
• Resistance to Solvents Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 215A
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e., TR/0603FA250-R)
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Drawing Not to Scale
Land Pattern
1.25
(0.05)
0.50
(0.02)
0.90
(0.035)
Soldering Method
• Wave Solder: 260°C, 10 sec max.
• Infrared Reflow: 260°C, 30 sec max.
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
Current
Rating
0603FA250-R
0603FA375-R
0603FA500-R
0603FA750-R
0603FA1-R
0603FA1.25-R
0603FA1.5-R
0603FA2-R
0603FA2.5-R
0603FA3-R
0603FA3.5-R
0603FA4-R
0603FA5-R
250mA
375mA
500mA
750mA
1A
1.25A
1.5A
2A
2.5A
3A
3.5A
4A
5A
Voltage
Rating
DC
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
24V
24V
24V
24V
24V
Interrupting
Rating at
Rated Voltage*
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
DC Cold
Resistance** (ohms)
Typical
3.100
1.250
1.025
0.450
0.150
0.108
0.086
0.051
0.037
0.028
0.022
0.017
0.011
Typical
Melting
I2t***
0.0004
0.0009
0.00193
0.0090
0.0025
0.0130
0.0319
0.0491
0.0625
0.0699
0.1200
0.2430
0.6950
Typical
Voltage
Drop†
0.921
0.605
0.600
0.440
0.211
0.151
0.138
0.116
0.113
0.110
0.103
0.097
0.090
Alpha
Code
Marking‡
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
N
O
P
R
S
T
* DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, time constant of less than 50 microseconds, battery source)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at ≤10% of rated current)
*** Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at rated DC voltage, 10x-rated current, not to exceed IR, time constant of calibrated circuit less than 50 microseconds) (0603FA4A and 5A measured at interrupting rating)
† Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
‡ Alpha code to be marked on the top of fuse body for all ratings
• Device designed to carry rated current for four hours minimum. An operating current of 80% or less of rated current is recommended, with
further derating required at elevated ambient temperatures.
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Chip™ Fuses
0603FA Series, Fast Acting
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR
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Description
5,000 pieces of fuses in paper tape and reeled on a 178mm (7 inch) reel per EIA Standard 481-1
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Chip™ Fuses
3216TD Series, Time Delay
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
Description
• Protects against harmful overcurrents in secondary
applications
• High inrush withstand capability
• Wire-in-Air performance
• Compatible with leaded and lead-free reflow
and wave solder
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
200%
1 sec. minimum, 120 sec. maximum
300%
0.05 sec. minimum, 3 sec. maximum
800%
0.002 sec. minimum, 0.05 sec. maximum
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Drawing Not to Scale
unit: mm(inch)
3.2±0.1
(0.125)
Agency Information
•
Recognition File number: E19180, Volume 13
Environmental Data
• Thermal Shock: Withstands 5 cycles of -55°C & 125°C
• Vibration: MIL-STD-202F, Method 201A, Method 204D
Condition D
• Solderability: ANSI/J-STD-002, Test B
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e. TR/3216TD1-R)
Soldering Method
• Wave Immersion: 260°C, 10 sec max.
• Infrared Reflow: 260°C, 30 sec max.
• Hand Solder: 350°C, 3 sec max.
5A
1.6±0.1
(0.063)
1.0±0.1
(0.038)
th. 0.1mm
0.4±0.1
1.0±0.05
Land Pattern
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
Current
Rating
3216TD1-R
3216TD1.5-R
3216TD2-R
3216TD2.5-R
3216TD3-R
3216TD4-R
3216TD5-R
3216TD6.3-R
3216TD7-R
3216TD10-R
3216TD12-R
1A
1.5A
2A
2.5A
3A
4A
5A
6.3A
7A
10A
12A
Voltage
Rating
AC
63 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
DC
63 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
Interrupting
Rating*
AC/DC
50 A
35 A
35 A
35 A
35 A
35 A
35 A
35 A
35 A
35 A
35 A
Resistance
(ohms)**
Typ.
0.075
0.050
0.030
0.022
0.018
0.0165
0.015
0.0120
0.0095
0.006
0.005
Typical
Melt I2t†
DC
0.32
0.62
1.30
2.25
3.30
5.20
8.40
13.8
16.9
54.4
64.0
Typical
Voltage
Drop (V)‡
75
75
60
55
55
56
66
75
67
65
65
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at rated voltage with a unity power factor); DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at rated voltage, time constant of less than 50
microseconds, battery source)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at 10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at rated DC voltage, 10x-rated current at 1 microsecond, not to exceed IR. Above 7a uses 70 micron thickness
copper layer test board of IEC 60127-3. Others uses 35 micron thickness copper layer.
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
Device designed to carry rated current for four hours minimum. An operating current of 80% or less of rated current is recommended, with further derating required at
elevated ambient temperatures.
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Chip™ Fuses
3216TD Series, Time Delay
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR
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Description
2,500 pieces of fuses on 12mm tape-and-reel on a 180mm reel per EIA-481-A & IEC286-3
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Chip™ Fuses
3216FF Series, Fast Acting
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
Description
• Fast acting surface mount fuse
• Ratings up to 20A
• Excellent temperature and cycling characteristics
• Compatible with reflow and wave solder
Agency Information
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Ampere Rating % of Amp Rating
Opening Time
250mA - 7A
100%
4 Hours Minimum
1.25A - 3A
200%
60 Seconds Maximum
250mA - 3A
250%
5 Second Maximum
4A - 7A
350%
1 Second Maximum
15A - 20A
350%
5 Second Maximum
Dimensions
⁄(inches)
mm
Drawing Not to Scale
• UL Recognition Guide & File numbers:
JDYX2 & E19180.
• CSA Component Acceptance: 053787 C 000 &
Class No: 1422 30.
•
Recognition File number: E19180 (15A - 20A)
Environmental Data
• Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107,
Test Condition B
• Vibration: MIL-STD-202, Method 204, Test Condition C
• Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 106,
10 day cycle
• Solderability: ANSI/J-STD-002, Test B
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e. TR/3216FF250-R)
Soldering Method
• Wave Immersion: 260°C, 10 sec max.
• Infrared Reflow: 260°C, 30 sec max.
Land Pattern
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
Current
Rating
3216FF250-R
3216FF375-R
3216FF500-R
3216FF750-R
3216FF1-R
3216FF1.25-R
3216FF1.5-R
3216FF2-R
3216FF2.5-R
3216FF3-R
3216FF4-R
3216FF4.5-R
3216FF5-R
3216FF6.5-R
3216FF7-R
3216FF15-R
3216FF20-R
250mA
375mA
500mA
750mA
1A
1.25A
1.5A
2A
2.5A
3A
4A
4.5A
5A
6.5A
7A
15A
20A
Voltage
Rating
AC
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
24 V
24 V
DC
63 V
63 V
63 V
63 V
63 V
63 V
63 V
63 V
63 V
63 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
24 V
24 V
Interrupting
Rating*
AC/DC
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
150 A
150 A
Resistance
(ohms)**
Typ.
3.0
1.75
0.98
0.50
0.24
0.135
0.119
0.066
0.046
0.040
0.018
0.016
0.014
0.0082
0.0078
0.0031
0.0018
Typical
Melt I2t†
DC
0.00038
0.00077
0.0019
0.0053
0.030
0.060
0.093
0.126
0.260
0.275
0.337
0.405
0.534
2.294
3.623
25.5
48.6
Typical
Voltage
Drop (V)‡
1.4
0.73
0.66
0.63
0.20
0.19
0.18
0.16
0.14
0.13
0.11
0.10
0.09
0.076
0.078
0.065
0.058
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at rated voltage with a unity power factor); DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at rated voltage, time constant of less than 50
microseconds, battery source)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at 10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at rated DC voltage, 10x-rated current, not to exceed IR, time constant of calibrated circuit less than 50 microseconds) (6.5A & 7A measured at interrupting rating)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
It is recommended that fuses be mounted with ceramic (white) side facing up.
Device designed to carry rated current for four hours minimum. An operating current of 80% or less of rated current is recommended, with further derating required at
elevated ambient temperatures.
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Chip™ Fuses
3216FF Series, Fast Acting
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR
Visit us on the web at:
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Description
3,000 pieces of fuses on 8mm tape-and-reel on a 7 inch (178mm) reel per EIA Standard 481
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Chip™ Fuses
3216LV Series, Fast Acting, Line Voltage
Description
• Surface mount fuse, fast acting, 125 VAC
• Utilize thick and thin metal film technologies for
superior fusing action and enhanced reliability.
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 hours minimum
250%
5 seconds maximum
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
Agency Information
• UL Recognition Guide & File numbers:
JDYX2 & E19180.
• CSA Component Acceptance: 053787 C 000 &
Class No: 1422 30.
Environmental Data
• Operating Temperature Range: -65 to +125°C,
with proper derating
• Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107, Test
Condition B (-65 to 125°C), 1000 cycles, fuses soldered
to FR-4 glass-epoxy circuit board
• Vibration: MIL-STD-202, Method 204, Test Condition C
(55 to 2000 HZ, 10G)
• Solderability: Withstands 60 seconds above 200°C,
260°C maximum
• Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 106,
10 day cycle
• Solder Leach Resistance & Terminal Adhesion:
EIA-576 (30 seconds submersion in 260°C
tin-lead solder)
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e. TR/3216LV1-R)
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Drawing Not to Scale
3.20 ± 0.2
(0.126 ± 0.008)
.75
1.60 ± 0.2
(0.063 ± 0.008)
0.50 ± 0.25
(0.020 ± 0.010)
0.90 + 0.20, -0.15
(0.035 + 0.008, -0.006)
Land Pattern
2.80
1.80 to
2.00
1.20 to 1.40
1.60
4.20 to 4.40
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
Current
Rating
Voltage
Rating
AC/DC
Interrupting
Rating
125V AC/DC
3216LV250-R
3216LV375-R
3216LV500-R
3216LV750-R
3216LV1-R
3216LV1.25-R
3216LV1.5-R
250mA
375mA
500mA
750mA
1A
1.25A
1.5A
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
Typical Melting
Integral @ 10X Rated
Current (A2 * sec)
AC
DC
.00016
.000084
.001
.0002
.0014
.0019
.0033
.00379
.020
.0084
.035
.021
.038
.024
Typ. Resistance
@ ≤ 10% Rated
Current (Ohms)
Typ. Voltage
Drop @ Rated
Current (Volts)
4.5
1.80
1.15
.75
.52
.40
.26
1.4
.73
.66
.63
.63
.62
.49
Notes:
1. AC interrupting rating, melting integral and total clearing integral measured at 125V, unity power factor
2. DC interrupting rating, melting integral and total clearing integral measured at 125V with a battery source
3. Voltage drop measured at 23 ± 3°C ambient temperature with the device mounted on a suitable circuit board trace
4. It is recommended that fuses be mounted with ceramic (white) side facing up
5. Device designed to carry rated current for four hours minimum. An operating current of 80% or less of rated current is recommended,
with further derating required at elevated ambient temperatures
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Chip™ Fuses
3216LV Series, Fast Acting, Line Voltage
375mA
500mA
750mA
1A
1.25A
1.5A
250mA
TIME CURRENT CURVE
CURRENT
RATING
10
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
TIME IN SECONDS
1
.1
.01
40
10
1
.1
.001
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR
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Description
3,000 pieces of fuses on 8mm tape-and-reel on a 7 inch (178mm) reel per EIA Standard 481
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Brick™ Fuses
6125TD Series, Time Delay
Description
• Time Delay surface mount fuse
• Complies with EIA-IS-722 Standard
• Solder Immersion Compatible
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
200%
1 Second Minimum
200%
2-4 Seconds Typical
200%
60 Seconds Maximum
Agency Information
• UL Recognition Guide & File numbers:
JDYX2 & E19180.
• CSA Component Acceptance: 053787 C 000 &
Class No: 1422 30.
Environmental Data
• Life Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 108A, Test Condition D
• Load Humidity: MIL-STD-202, Method 103B
• Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 106E
• Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107D, air-to-air
• Case Resistance: EIA/IS-722
• Resistance to Dissolution of Metallization:
ANSI J-STD-002, Test D
• Mechanical Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 213B, Test
Condition A
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202, Method 204D,
Test Condition D
• Resistance to Solvents: MIL-STD-202, Method 215A
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e., TR1/6125TD500-R)
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Land Pattern
2.6
3.0
(0.102)
(0.118)
4.0
(0.157)
8.6
(0.338)
Soldering Method
• Wave Immersion: 260°C, 10 sec max.
• Infrared: 260°C, 30 sec max.
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
Current
Rating
6125TD500-R
6125TD750-R
6125TD1-R
6125TD1.5-R
6125TD2-R
6125TD2.5-R
6125TD3-R
6125TD3.5-R
6125TD4-R
6125TD5-R
6125TD7-R
500mA
750mA
1A
1.5A
2A
2.5A
3A
3.5A
4A
5A
7A
Voltage
Rating
AC
DC
125V
60V
125V
60V
125V
60V
125V
60V
125V
60V
125V
60V
125V
60V
125V
60V
125V
60V
125V
60V
125V
60V
Interrupting
Rating*
125VAC 60VDC
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
Resistance
(ohms)**
Typ.
0.4025
0.2350
0.1680
0.0630
0.0480
0.0350
0.0263
0.0195
0.0185
0.0133
0.0087
Typical
Melting
I2t†
0.716
1.07
2.88
2.35
9.45
16.2
15.3
14.5
38.8
34.4
90.2
Typical
Voltage
Drop‡
245 mV
250 mV
256 mV
125 mV
133 mV
130 mV
97 mV
95 mV
106 mV
100 mV
99 mV
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, 100% power factor); DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, time constant of less than
50 microseconds, battery source)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at 10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at rated DC voltage, 10x-rated current (not to exceed IR), time constant of calibrated circuit less than 50 microseconds)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
Device designed to carry rated current for four hours minimum. An operating current of 80% or less of rated current is recommended, with further derating required at elevated ambient temperatures.
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Brick™ Fuses
6125TD Series, Time Delay
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR1
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Description
1,000 pieces of fuses on 12mm tape-and-reel on a 7 inch (177mm) reel per EIA Standard 481
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Brick™ Fuses
6125FF Series, Fast Acting
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
• Fast Acting Surface Mount Fuse
• Overcurrent protection of systems up to
125VAC/72VDC
• High inrush withstand capability
• Solder immersion compatible
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
200%
5 Second Maximum
Agency Information
•
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Recognition File number: E19180
Environmental Data
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Operating Temperature: -55°C to 125°C
Mechanical Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 213
High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202, Method 204
Load Humidity: MIL-STD-202, Method 103
Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 106
Resistance to Solvents: MIL-STD-202, Method 215
Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107
Land Pattern
Ordering
2.6
3.0
(0.102)
(0.118)
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e., TR2/6125FF500-R)
4.0
(0.157)
Soldering Method
8.6
• Wave Immersion: 260°C, 10 sec max.
• Infrared: 260°C, 30 sec max.
(0.338)
SPECIFICATIONS
Part
Number
6125FF500-R
6125FF750-R
6125FF1-R
6125FF1.25-R
6125FF1.5-R
6125FF2-R
6125FF2.5-R
6125FF3-R
6125FF3.5-R
6125FF4-R
6125FF5-R
6125FF6.3-R
6125FF7-R
6125FF10-R
6125FF12-R
6125FF15-R
Voltage
Rating
AC
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
DC
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
72V
Interrupting
Rating
125V AC
72V DC
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
DC Cold
Resistance
32V DC (milliohms) Typ.
300A
1130
300A
350
300A
260
300A
171
300A
112
300A
49
300A
45
300A
35
300A
27
300A
26
300A
17
300A
14
300A
11
300A
7.3
300A
5.3
300A
4.2
Melting
I2t
(A2 sec)
0.090
0.152
0.180
0.355
0.456
1.67
5.20
8.00
15.00
15.80
17.20
22.50
37.25
67.75
210.59
296.10
Typical
Voltage
Drop (mV)
935
433
415
410
365
160
155
153
150
145
141
135
112
110
106
104
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, 100% power factor); DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, time constant of less than 50 microseconds, battery source)
** Typical Melting I2t (Measured at 72Vdc, 10X rated current (not exceed 50A - IR @ 72Vdc)
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Brick™ Fuses
6125FF Series, Fast Acting
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR2
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Description
5,000 pieces of fuses on tape-and-reel on a 13 inch (330mm) reel
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Brick™ Fuses
6125FA Series, Fast Acting
Description
• Fast Acting Surface Mount Fuse
• Complies with the EIA-IS-722 Standard
• Solder Immersion Compatible
• Overcurrent protection of systems up to 125VAC/DC
• Wire-in-air design
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
200%
5 Seconds Maximum
Agency Information
• UL Listed Guide and File Numbers (250mA-12A):
JDYX & E19180
• UL Recognized Guide and File Numbers (15A):
JDYX2 & E195337
• CSA Component Acceptance: 053787 C 000 &
Class No: 1422 30
Environmental Data
• Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Test Condition 1
(100 G’s peak for 6 milliseconds)
• Vibration: MIL-STD-202, Method 201 (10-55 Hz, 0.06
inch, total excursion)
• Salt Spray: MIL-STD-202, Method 101, Test Condition
B (48 hrs)
• Insulation Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 302, Test
Condition A (After Opening) 10,000 ohms minimum
• Resistance to Solder Heat: MIL-STD-202, Method 210,
Test Condition F (20 sec, at 260° C)
• Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107, Test
Condition B (-65° C to +125° C)
Ordering
• Specify product and packaging code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
⁄(inches)
mm
Drawing Not to Scale
2.59+ .250
(0.102+.010)
End View
1.35+.25
(0.053+.010)
1.35 +.25
(0.053+.010)
2.59+.25
(0.102+.010)
2.59+ .250
(0.102+.010)
Land Pattern
Top View
6.10+.25
(0.240+.010)
2.6
3.0
(0.102)
(0.118)
4.0
(0.157)
8.6
(0.339)
Soldering Method
• Wave Solder: 260°C, 10 sec max.
(MIL-STD-202, Method 210)
• Infrared Reflow: 260°C, 30 sec max.
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
6125FA250mA
6125FA375mA
6125FA500mA
6125FA750mA
6125FA1A
6125FA1.25A
6125FA1.5A
6125FA2A
6125FA2.5A
6125FA3A
6125FA3.5A
6125FA4A
6125FA5A
6125FA6.3A
6125FA7A
6125FA10A
6125FA12A
6125FA15A
AC
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
N/A
Voltage
Rating
DC
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
N/A
N/A
N/A
DC
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
86V
Interrupting
Rating*
125V AC 125V DC 86V DC
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
300A
10,000A
50A
N/A
10,000A
50A
N/A
10,000A
N/A
N/A
10,000A
Resistance
(ohms)**
Typ.
0.65
0.36
0.24
0.15
0.11
0.09
0.07
0.05
0.038
0.028
0.025
0.022
0.016
0.012
0.011
0.007
0.006
0.004
Typical
Melt
I2t†
0.01
0.03
0.06
0.07
0.14
0.24
0.41
0.80
1.4
2.4
3.3
4.4
7.8
14.0
19.0
44
69
124
Typical
Voltage
Drop (V)‡
0.30
0.25
0.22
0.17
0.17
0.16
0.15
0.15
0.14
0.13
0.13
0.13
0.12
0.12
0.114
0.107
0.103
0.098
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, 100% power factor); DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, time constant of less than 50 microseconds, battery source)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at 10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at rated DC voltage, 10x-rated current, time constant of calibrated circuit less than 50 microseconds)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
Device designed to carry rated current for four hours minimum. An operating current of 80% or less of rated current is recommended, with further derating required at elevated
ambient temperatures.
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Brick™ Fuses
6125FA Series, Fast Acting
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR2
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Description
5,000 pieces of fuses on 12mm tape-and-reel on a 13 inch (330mm) reel per EIA Standard 481
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Brick™ Fuses
1025TD Series, Time Delay
Description
• Time Delay Surface Mount Fuse
• Satisfies the EIA/IS-722 Standard
• Solder Immersion Compatible
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
200%
1 Second Minimum
200%
60 Seconds Maximum
250% *
10 Seconds Maximum
* If fuse does not open @ 200% in 60 seconds, raise current to 250%
and the fuse must open in 10 seconds maximum.
Agency Information
• UL Recognition Guide & File numbers:
JDYX2 & E19180 (250mA - 5A)
• CSA Component Acceptance:
File # 053787 C000, Class # 1422 30
Environmental Data
• Life Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 108A, Test Condition D
• Load Humidity: MIL-STD-202, Method 103B
• Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 106E
• Terminal Strength: MIL-STD-202, Method 211A
• Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107D, air-to-air
• Case Resistance: EIA/IS-722
• Resistance to Dissolution of Metallization:
ANSI J-STD-002, Test D
• Mechanical Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 213B with
exceptions per EIA/IS-722 Standard
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202, Method 204D,
Test Condition D
• Resistance to Solvents: MIL-STD-202, Method 215A
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Drawing Not to Scale
Land Pattern
3.30
(0.130)
4.38
(0.172)
6.79
(0.267)
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e., TR2/1025TD250-R)
Soldering Method
• Wave Immersion: 260°C, 10 sec max.
• Infrared: 260°C, 30 sec max.
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
Current
Rating
1025TD250-R
1025TD500-R
1025TD750-R
1025TD1-R
1025TD1.5-R
1025TD2-R
1025TD2.5-R
1025TD3-R
1025TD3.5-R
1025TD4-R
1025TD5-R
250mA
500mA
750mA
1A
1.5A
2A
2.5A
3A
3.5A
4A
5A
Voltage
Rating
AC
DC
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
Interrupting
Rating*
250VAC 125VDC
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
DC Cold
Resistance** (ohms)
Typical
4.200
0.5500
0.317
0.2030
0.1025
0.0680
0.0420
0.0330
0.0270
0.0220
0.0160
Typical
Melting
I2t†
0.128
1.47
0.93
9.91
11.79
17.27
16.51
42.74
43.33
66.96
88.38
Typical
Voltage
Drop‡
1900 mV
455 mV
400 mV
387 mV
310 mV
250 mV
201 mV
184 mV
180 mV
152 mV
145 mV
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, 100% power factor random closing); DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, time constant of the calibrated circuit is less than 50 microseconds, battery source)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at ≤10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at rated DC voltage, 10x-rated current, time constant of calibrated circuit less than 50 microseconds)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
‡‡ Marking Code - 3rd (U = USA, T = Taiwan and S = China)
• Device designed to carry rated current for four hours minimum. An operating current of 80% or less of rated current is recommended, with further derating required at elevated ambient temperatures.
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Brick™ Fuses
1025TD Series, Time Delay
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR2
Visit us on the web at:
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Description
2,500 pieces of fuses on 24mm tape-and-reel on 13 inch (330mm) reel per EIA Standard 481
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Brick™ Fuses
1025FA Series, Fast Acting
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
Description
• Fast Acting Surface Mount Fuse
• Satisfies the EIA/IS-722 Standard
• Solder Immersion Compatible
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
200% (250mA-5A)
5 Seconds Maximum
250% (250mA-5A fuse)
1 Second Maximum
200% (7A-15A fuse)
20 Seconds Maximum
250% (7A-15A fuse)
4 Seconds Maximum
Note: 30vde constant current source required for 200%
overload tests on 250ma-1a.
Agency Information
• UL Recognition Guide & File numbers:
JDYX2 & E19180 (250mA - 15A)
• CSA Component Acceptance:
File # 053787 C000, Class # 1422 30
Environmental Data
• Life Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 108A, Test Condition D
• Load Humidity: MIL-STD-202, Method 103B
• Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 106E
• Terminal Strength: MIL-STD-202, Method 211A
• Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107D, air-to-air
• Case Resistance: EIA/IS-722
• Resistance to Dissolution of Metallization:
ANSI J-STD-002, Test D
• Mechanical Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 213B with
exceptions per EIA/IS-722 Standard
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202, Method 204D,
Test Condition D
• Resistance to Solvents: MIL-STD-202, Method 215A
Dimensions
⁄(inches)
mm
Drawing Not to Scale
Land Pattern
3.30
(0.130)
4.38
(0.172)
6.79
(0.267)
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e., TR2/1025FA250-R)
Soldering Method
• Wave Solder: 260°C, 10 sec max.
• Infrared Reflow: 260°C, 30 sec max.
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
Current
Rating
1025FA250-R
1025FA500-R
1025FA750-R
1025FA1-R
1025FA1.5-R
1025FA2-R
1025FA2.5-R
1025FA3-R
1025FA3.5-R
1025FA4-R
1025FA5-R
1025FA7-R
1025FA10-R
1025FA12-R
1025FA15-R
250mA
500mA
750mA
1A
1.5A
2A
2.5A
3A
3.5A
4A
5A
7A
10A
12A
15A
Voltage
Rating
AC
DC
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
60V
250V
60V
250V
60V
250V
60V
Interrupting
Rating*
250VAC 125VDC 60VDC
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
DC Cold
Resistance** (ohms)
Typical
5.0000
1.2000
0.6000
0.3000
0.1040
0.0800
0.0510
0.0390
0.0300
0.0270
0.0200
0.0116
0.0076
0.0550
0.0041
Typical
Melting
I2t†
0.1212
0.0415
0.143
1.750
1.460
6.086
8.48
18.15
17.83
23.32
38.74
138
457
498
1451
Typical
Voltage
Drop‡
2019 mV
1500 mV
880 mV
560 mV
260 mV
258 mV
232 mV
205 mV
185 mV
190 mV
180 mV
150 mV
146 mV
120 mV
110 mV
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, 100% power factor random closing); DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, time constant of
less than 50 microseconds, battery source)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at ≤10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at rated DC voltage, 10x-rated current, but not exceeding the interrupting rating. Time constant of calibrated circuit less
than 50 microseconds). Test current not to exceed interrupting rating of 50A.
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
• Device designed to carry rated current for four hours minimum. An operating current of 80% or less of rated current is recommended, with further derating required at
elevated ambient temperatures.
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Brick™ Fuses
1025FA Series, Fast Acting
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR2
Visit us on the web at:
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Description
2,500 pieces of fuses on 24mm tape-and-reel on 13 inch (330mm) reel per EIA Standard 481
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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TCP™ Series
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
TCP1.25A, Telecom Circuit Protector
Description
• The first and most reliable surface mount telecom circuit
protector designed to protect against power cross faults
and comply with all surge requirements.
• Allows compliance with telecom regulatory standards
including Bellcore GR 1089, UL 1950/60950, and FCC
part 68. Application circuit testing is recommended.
• Eliminates the need for a current limiting resistor.
• Protects against overcurrent conditions found in telecom
Subscriber Line Interface Cards (SLICs), xDSL Modem
Applications, Set-Top Boxes, and Consumer Premises
Equipment (CPE).
• TCP1.25A tested and confirmed compatible with
STMicroelectronics Trisil™ Transient Surge Arrestor
(list of part numbers below)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
⁄(inches)
mm
STMicroelectronics Trisil™ P/N’s
SMP100LC-XXX
SMP100MC-XXX
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
250%
1 Second Minimum
250%
4-10 Seconds Typical
250%*
120 Seconds Maximum
300%
10 Seconds Maximum
Land Pattern
5.2
3.7
(0.204)
(0.145)
4.0
(0.157)
* If the device does not open at 250% within 120 seconds, increase current to 300% of amp rating. Device must open in 10 seconds max.
Environmental Data
• Life Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 108A, Test Condition D
• Load Humidity: MIL-STD-202, Method 103B
• Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 106E
• Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107D, air-to-air
• Case Resistance: EIA/IS-722
• Resistance to Dissolution of Metallization:
ANSI J-STD-002, Test D
• Mechanical Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 213B, Test
Condition A
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202, Method 204D,
Test Condition D
• Resistance to Solvents: MIL-STD-202, Method 215A
12.6
(0.496)
Agency Information
• UL Recognition Card: JDYX2/E19180
• CSA Component Certification Record and Class No.:
053787C000, 1422 30
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product and option code (refer to OC-35)
(i.e., TR2/TCP1.25-R)
Soldering Method
• Wave Immersion: 260°C, 10 sec max.
• Infrared: 260°C, 30 sec max.
LIGHTNING SURGE SPECIFICATIONS
Surge Specification
Surge
Repetitions
Waveform
(μSec.)
Current (A)
Voltage (V)
Performance
Requirement
FCC 47 Part 68
FCC 47 Part 68
Bellcore GR-1089-CORE
Bellcore GR-1089-CORE
Surge out
Surge out
Longitudinal Type A
Metallic Type B
First Level Lightning
First Level Lightning
2
2
50
50
1
1
10x160
10x560
10x1000
2x10
10x160
10x560
100 per fuse
100
100
500
160
115
1500
800
1000
2500
N/A
N/A
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
ELECTRICAL AND POWER CROSS SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
TCP1.25A
Voltage
Rating
AC
250 V
Interrupting
Rating*
250VAC 600VAC
50 A
60 A
DC Cold
Resistance** (ohms)
min. typ. max.
0.070 0.090 0.110
Typical
Melting
I2t†
22.2 A2s
Maximum
Total
Clearing
100 A2s
Typical
Voltage
Drop‡
150mV
Alpha Code
Marking
1st Code 2nd Code
J
R***
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, 100% power factor)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at 10% of rated current)
*** On RoHS Compliant Version (-R option)
† Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at 60V DC, 10x-rated current, time constant of calibrated circuit less than 50 microseconds)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
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TCP™ Series
TCP1.25A, Telecom Circuit Protector
Special Investigation
The TCP1.25A is designed to provide overcurrent protection for telecom SLIC, xDSL modem, and set-top box applications regardless of the overvoltage device selected. To provide an easier specification experience, Cooper Bussmann and STMicroelectronics
have joined together to provide a special test report confirming the coordination between the TCP1.25A
and SMP100MC-270 devices.
TEST CIRCUITS
Fuse TCP 1.25A
Tip L
Tip S
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
Fuse TCP 1.25A
L1
SMP100MC-270*
T1
SMP100MC-270*
L2
Gnd
Gnd
SMP100MC-270*
T2
Fuse TCP 1.25A
Ring L
Test Circuit 1
Ring S
Test Circuit 2
* Note: or other STMicroelectronics Trisil™ part number listed in table on page 1
TEST PROGRAM
Test
Lightning Surge Tests
10/1000μs + and –1kV 100A (25 pulses of each polarity)
2/10μs + and –2.5 and 5kV 500A (10 pulses of each polarity)
10/560μs + and –800V 100A (1 pulse of each polarity)
10/160μs + and –1.5kV 200A (1 pulse of each polarity)
10/700μs + and –1.5kV 37.5A (5 pulses of each polarity)
Electrical and Power Cross Tests
600V 3A 1.1s (first level)
277V 25A (second level)
600V 60A 5s(second level)
600V 40A 1.5s
600V 2.2A 30min
600V 1A 0.2s (A criteria)
230V 1.44A/0.77A/0.38A 15min (A criteria)
230V 23A 15min (A criteria)
Standard
Results
Bellcore GR-1089
Bellcore GR-1089
FCC Part 68
FCC Part 68
K20
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Bellcore GR-1089
Bellcore GR-1089
Bellcore GR-1089
UL 60950
UL 60950
K20
K20
K20
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
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TCP™ Series
TCP500MA & TCP2A, Telecom Circuit Protector
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
Description
• Designed to protect Consumer Premises Equipment from
harmful overcurrents.
• Allows compliance with telecom regulatory standards
including UL 1950/60950, and FCC part 68. Application
circuit testing is recommended.
• Eliminates the need for a current limiting resistor.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
250%
1 Second Minimum
250%
4-10 Seconds Typical
250%*
120 Seconds Maximum
300%
10 Seconds Maximum
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
⁄(inches)
mm
* If the device does not open at 250% within 120 seconds, increase
current to 300% of amp rating. Device must open in 10 seconds max.
Agency Information
• UL Recognition Card: JDYX2/E19180
• CSA Component Certification Record and Class No.:
053787C000, 1422 30
Environmental Data
• Life Test: MIL-STD-202, Method 108A, Test Condition D
• Load Humidity: MIL-STD-202, Method 103B
• Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 106E
• Thermal Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107D, air-to-air
• Case Resistance: EIA/IS-722
• Resistance to Dissolution of Metallization:
ANSI J-STD-002, Test D
• Mechanical Shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 213B, Test
Condition A
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202, Method 204D,
Test Condition D
• Resistance to Solvents: MIL-STD-202, Method 215A
Land Pattern
5.2
3.7
(0.204)
(0.145)
4.0
(0.157)
12.6
(0.496)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product and option code
(i.e., TR2/TCP500-R)
Soldering Method
• Wave Immersion: 260°C, 10 sec max.
• Infrared: 260°C, 30 sec max.
LIGHTNING SURGE SPECIFICATIONS
Surge Specification
Surge
Repetitions
FCC 47 Part 68
FCC 47 Part 68
Surge out
Longitudinal Type B
Metallic Type A
2
2
25
FCC 47 Part 68
FCC 47 Part 68
Bellcore GR-1089-CORE
Bellcore GR-1089-CORE
Surge out
Surge out
Longitudinal Type A
Metallic Type B
First Level Lightning
First Level Lightning
Waveform
(μSec.)
TCP 500mA tested
5x320
10x560
10x160
TCP2A tested
2
10x160
2
10x560
50
10x1000
50
2x10
1
10x160
1
10x560
Current (A)
Voltage (V)
Performance
Requirement
37.5
100
65
N/A
800
N/A
Fuse cannot open
Fuse must open safely
Fuse cannot open
100 per fuse
100
100
500
160
115
1500
800
1000
2500
N/A
N/A
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
Fuse cannot open
ELECTRICAL AND POWER CROSS SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
TCP500mA
TCP2A
Voltage
Rating
AC
250 V
250 V
Interrupting
Rating*
250VAC 600VAC
50 A
40 A
50 A
60 A
DC Cold
Resistance** (ohms)
min. typ. max.
0.420 0.530 0.640
0.050 0.075 0.100
Typical
Melting
I2t†
1.3 A2s
30 A2s
Maximum
Total
Clearing
100 A2s
100 A2s
Typical
Voltage
Drop‡
471mV
205mV
Alpha Code
Marking
1st Code 2nd Code
F
R***
N
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, 100% power factor)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at 10% of rated current)
*** On RoHS Compliant Version (-R option)
† Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at 60V DC, 10x-rated current, time constant of calibrated circuit less than 50 microseconds)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
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TCP™ Series
TCP500MA & TCP2A, Telecom Circuit Protector
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Surface Mount
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
TR2
Description
2,500 pieces of fuses on 24mm tape-and-reel on 13 inch (330mm) reel per EIA Standard 481, 8mm pitch
OPTION CODE
Option Code
-R
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Description
RoHS Compliant Version (Sn plating w/ Ni barrier)
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Subminiature Microtron® Fuses
MCRW Series, Fast Acting, Wire-in-Air
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Axial Leaded Fast Acting Thru-Hole Fuse
• Tin-lead Plated Copper Lead Wires
• High Temperature Epoxy Plastic Body, UL 94 VO
• Low resistance values
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 hours minimum
200%
5 seconds maximum
Agency Information
Dimensions
• UL Recognition Guide & File numbers: JDYX2 &
E195337.
• CSA Certification Record No: LR 701159 & Class No:
1422 30 and 1422 01.
mm
⁄(inches)
3.18 ± 0.1___
(0.125 ± 0.004)
7.1 ± 0.5
(0.280 ± 0.020)
“B”
Environmental Data
“A”
Amperage
100mA - 7A
10A - 15A
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
• Shock Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Test
Condition 1 (Sawtooth)
• Vibration Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 201
(10-55 Hz x 3 axis/ no load)
• Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202F, Method 106
• Soldering Heat Resistance: 260°C, 10 seconds per
IEC 68-2-20
• Salt Spray: MIL-STD-202, Method 101, Test Condition
B (48 Hours)
“A” Diameter
0.025"
0.032"
Packaging Code
BK1
TR1
“B” Length
1.5"
1.13"
3.18 ± 0.1
diameter
(0.125 ± 0.004)
End View
“A” diameter
Construction
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e., TR1/MCRW100mA)
Soldering Method
• Heat Resistance: 260°C, 10 sec per IEC 68-2-20
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
MCRW100mA
MCRW125mA
MCRW150mA
MCRW200mA
MCRW250mA
MCRW300mA
MCRW375mA
MCRW500mA
MCRW750mA
MCRW1A
MCRW1.5A
MCRW2A
MCRW2.5A
MCRW3A
MCRW4A
MCRW5A
MCRW7A
MCRW10A
MCRW12A
MCRW15A
*
**
†
‡
Voltage
Rating
AC/DC
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
Interrupting
Rating*
AC
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
DC
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
Resistance
(ohms)**
Typ.
15.5
2.2
1.6
1.2
0.85
0.62
0.49
0.33
0.19
0.13
0.07
0.054
0.041
0.031
0.023
0.018
0.012
0.007
0.006
0.004
Typical
Melt
I2t†
0.0006
0.0009
0.0015
0.002
0.004
0.008
0.012
0.023
0.056
0.10
0.25
0.27
0.50
0.9
1.6
3
7
21
35
63
Typical
Voltage
Drop (V)‡
0.68
0.61
0.54
0.48
0.43
0.39
0.35
0.31
0.25
0.22
0.18
0.24
0.22
0.20
0.19
0.17
0.15
0.098
0.093
0.088
AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, 100%) DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, rise time of less than 50 microseconds, battery source)
DC Cold Resistance (Measured at 10% of rated current)
Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at rated DC voltage, 10x-rated current, rise time of calibrated circuit less than 50 microseconds)
Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
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Subminiature Microtron® Fuses
MCRW Series, Fast Acting, Wire-in-Air
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK1
TR1
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Description
1,000 pieces in bulk
2,500 pieces on tape-and-reel per EIA-296-E @ 5 mm pitch and 52.4mm inside tape spacing
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
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Fax: +65 270 4160
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Subminiature Microtron® Fuses
MCRS Series, Slow Blow, Wire-in-Air
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Axial Leaded Slow Blow Thru-Hole Fuse
• Tin-lead Plated Copper Lead Wires
• High Temperature Epoxy Plastic Body, UL 94 VO
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 hours minimum
200%
30 seconds maximum
Agency Information
• UL Recognition Guide & File numbers: JDYX2 &
E195337.
• CSA Certification Record No: LR 701159 & Class No:
1422 30 and 1422 01.
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
7.1 ± 0.5
(0.280 ± 0.020)
"A"
3.18 ± 0.1__ _
(0.125 ± 0.004)
Environmental Data
• Shock Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Test
Condition 1 (Sawtooth)
• Vibration Resistance: MIL-STD-202, Method 201
(10-55 Hz x 3 axis/ no load)
• Moisture Resistance: MIL-STD-202F, Method 106
• Soldering Heat Resistance: 260°C, 10 seconds per
IEC 68-2-20
• Salt Spray: MIL-STD-202, Method 101, Test
Condition B (48 Hours)
Packaging Code
BK1
TR1
End View
0.81 dia.
(0.032)
“A” Length
1.5"
1.13"
3.18 ± 0.1
diameter
(0.125 ± 0.004)
0.81
diameter
(0.032)
Construction
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
(i.e., TR1/MCRS250mA)
Soldering Method
• Heat Resistance: 260°C, 10 sec per IEC 68-2-20
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
MCRS250mA
MCRS300mA
MCRS375mA
MCRS500mA
MCRS750mA
MCRS1A
MCRS1.25A
MCRS1.5A
MCRS2A
MCRS2.5A
MCRS3A
MCRS4A
MCRS5A
MCRS7A
Voltage
Rating
AC/DC
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
Interrupting
Rating*
AC
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
50 A
DC
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
300 A
Resistance
(ohms)**
Typ.
3.20
2.57
1.66
1.07
0.55
0.36
0.23
0.18
0.12
0.08
0.06
0.04
0.02
0.01
Typical
Melt
I2t†
0.042
0.056
0.101
0.18
0.44
0.78
1.41
1.9
3.4
6.1
8.1
15
35
63
Typical
Voltage
Drop (V)‡
2.20
2.02
1.69
1.42
1.09
0.91
0.77
0.7
0.59
0.5
0.45
0.38
0.29
0.25
* AC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, 100%) DC Interrupting Rating (Measured at designated voltage, rise time of less than 50 microseconds, battery source)
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at 10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (Measured with a battery bank at rated DC voltage, 10x-rated current, rise time of calibrated circuit less than 50 microseconds)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at rated current after temperature stabilizes)
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Subminiature Microtron® Fuses
MCRS Series, Slow Blow, Wire-in-Air
TIME CURRENT CURVE
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK1
TR1
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Description
1,000 pieces in bulk
2,500 pieces on tape-and-reel per EIA-296-E @ 5 mm pitch and 52.4mm inside tape spacing
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Printed Circuit Board Fuses
PC-Tron® Series
Description
• Radial Leaded Fast Acting Thru-Hole Fuse
• Ideal for high voltage DC applications
• Board washable
• Optional mounting socket available (PCS)
• Available in different lead configurations
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
AC TIME-CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 hours minimum
200%
10 second maximum
Agency Information
• UL Recognized: E19180
• CSA: 42731
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
(i.e., BK/PCB-1/2-R)
DC Application
The PC-Tron subminiature fuse is UL Recognized for
DC supplementary overcurrent protection to provide
individual protection for components or internal circuits
in equipment. Suitability for a specific application is
dependent on time constants and capacitance values.
It is the responsibility of the customer to evaluate the
information provided for applicability to their particular
application.
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Dimensional Data: All tolerances
± .005"
± .13 mm
Mounting Socket (RoHS compliant)
• Available as option. Specify catalog number BK/PCS
(100-in) and short fuse lead length — PCC or PCE
Socket (PCS)
.030"
(2.41mm)
.300"
(7.62mm)
.200"
(5.08mm)
.095"
(2.41mm)
.290"
(7.37mm)
.12" ± .010"
(3.05mm ± 0.25mm)
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code / Amp Rating
PCB - 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/2, 2, 2-1/2
Lead
Length
Full - 0.750" (straight)
Voltage
Rating AC
250V
PCB - 3
PCC - 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/2, 2, 2-1/2
Full - 0.750" (straight)
Short 0.100" (straight)
250V
250V
PCC - 3
Short 0.100" (straight)
250V
PCD - 5
PCE - 5
PCF - 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/2, 2, 2-1/2
Full - 0.750" (straight)
Short 0.100" (straight)
0.475"
125V
125V
250V
PCF - 3
0.475"
250V
PCG - 5
PCH - 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/2, 2, 2-1/2
0.475"
0.125"
125V
250V
PCH - 3
0.125"
250V
PCI - 5
0.125"
125V
AC
Interrupting
50A @ 250V
10kA @ 125V
50A @ 250V
50A @ 250V
10kA @ 125V
50A @ 250V
10kA @ 125V
10kA @ 125V
10kA @ 125V
50A @ 250V
10kA @ 125V
50A @ 250V
10kA @ 125V
10kA @ 125V
50A @ 250V
10kA @ 125V
50A @ 250V
10kA @ 125V
10kA @ 125V
Voltage
Rating DC
450V
DC Interrupting
Min.
Max.
300
5900A
350V
450V
300
300
4400A
5900A
350V
300
4400A
250V
250V
450V
300
300
300
4200A
4200A
5900A
350V
300
4400A
250V
450V
300
300
4200A
5900A
350V
300
4400A
250V
300
4200A
Device designed to carry rated current for four hours minimum. An operating current of 80% or less of rated current is recommended, with further derating required at
elevated ambient temperatures.
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Printed Circuit Board Fuses
PC-Tron® Series
TIME IN SECONDS
Dimensional Data (PCH, PCI)
.350"
.184"
(8 89
(8.89mm)
(4.67mm)
.345"
.15"
(0.38mm)
Max. Total Clearing I2t (Amps2 Sec.)
Amp
Rating
.184"
.345"
0.25"
R
.500"
0
MIN.
.020"
Volts AC
125 Volts
50A
1/2A
0.006
3/4A
0.016
1A
0.020
1-1/2A
0.090
2A
0.200
2-1/2A
0.300
3A
0.750
5A
5.0
Note—Power Factor > .90.
250 Volts
10,000A
35A & 50A
0.006
0.006
0.016
0.016
0.020
0.020
0.090
0.090
0.200
0.200
0.300
0.300
0.750
0.750
5.0
—
.015"
.400"
REF.
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
TR*
* Only for PCB and PCD
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1,000A
0.006
0.016
0.020
0.090
0.200
0.300
0.750
5.0
Description
5 pieces of fuses
100 pieces of fuses in a carton
500 pieces of fuses on tape and Reel
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
OPTION CODE
Option Code
-R
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
.350"
CURRENT IN AMPERES
(1.91mm) (3.81mm)
Dimensional Data (PCF, PCG)
200
.015"
+ .127mm)
100
(0.51mm)
10
.01
.020"
1
(0.64mm)
250V
125V
.1
.0.25"
(
(8.76mm
m)
m
BUSS
PCG
1
.4
BUSS
PC_
AMPERE
RATING
5
10
1.5
2
2.5
3
Standard Fuse (PCB, PCD)
0.75
1
Time-Current Characteristic Curves–Average Melt
0.5
± .005"
± .13 mm
Dimensional Data: All tolerances
Description
RoHS Compliant Version
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Subminiature Fuses
SR-5 Series, Time Lag
Description
• Radial Leaded Time Lag Thru-Hole Fuse
• Designed to IEC 60127-3, Sheet 4
• Internationally accepted for primary and secondary
overcurrent protection
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Place directly into PCB or plug into BK/PCS holder
• High inrush withstand capability
• Compatible with leaded and lead-free reflow and wave
solder
• Base/Cap is Nylon #66, UL 94V0
• Pins are Tin Plated Copper
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated
1.5 In 2.1 In
2.75 In
4 In
10 In
Current
min max min max min max min
max
400mA-6.3A 1hr 2 min 400 ms 10 sec 150 ms 3 sec 20 ms 150 ms
Agency Information
• UL Recognition: E146895 (400mA thru 6.3A)
• CSA: LR98127 (400mA thru 5A)
• VDE: 122052 (500mA thru 4A, 6.3A)
• SEMKO: 0035176 (500mA thru 4A)
• CCC 2003010207072514 (500mA thru 4A)
• METI: 32-1966 (500mA thru 5A)
• EK: KTL SA05004 (500mA thru 4A)
• Remaining 5-6.3A Approvals Pending
Specifications
• Solderability: EIA-186-9E Method 9
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202F,
Method 201A
• Operating Temperature: -40°C to +125°C
• Soldering Heat Resistance: 260°C, 10S
(IEC 60068-2-20)
Ordering
• Specify product and packaging code
(i.e., SR-5-1A-AP)
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
Voltage Rating
AC
SR-5-500mA
SR-5-630mA
SR-5-800mA
SR-5-1A
SR-5-1.25A
SR-5-1.6A
SR-5-2A
SR-5-2.5A
SR-5-3.15A
SR-5-4A
*SR-5-5A
*SR-5-6.3A
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Interrupting
Rating @
Rated Voltage
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
40A
50A
63A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)
0.270
0.175
0.125
0.083
0.061
0.047
0.031
0.028
0.023
0.015
0.011
0.009
Typical Melting
I2t (A2s)
at 1ms
2
3.5
6.5
9
13
24
30
45
57
80
120
140
Maximum Power
Dissipation
(mW)
310
360
430
500
600
730
870
1000
1200
1400
1800
2000
* Conducting Path min. 0.2mm2
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Subminiature Fuses
SR-5 Series, Time Lag
4000
6000
8000
8000
60 80 100
6000
30 40
4000
20
2000
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1000
3
600
2
800
0. 6 0. 8 1
400
0. 2 0. 3 0.4
200
TIME CURRENT CURVE
2000
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
TIME IN SECONDS
20
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.09
0.08
0.07
0.06
0.05
0.04
SR- 5 T1.6A
SR- 5 T1.25A
SR- 5 T2A
SR- 5 T1A
SR- 5 T2.5A
0.03
0.02
0.01
0.009
0.008
0.007
0.006
0.005
0.004
0.003
SR- 5 T800mA
SR- 5 T3.15A
SR- 5 T500mA
SR- 5 T4A
SR- 5 T400mA
SR- 5 T5A
SR- 5 T6.3A
0.002
2
3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
20
30
40
60 80 100
200
400
600
2000
0. 6 0. 8 1
1000
0. 2 0. 3 0.4
800
0.001
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
-AP
-BK
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Description
Ammo-pack taped 1,000 per box
In bulk 200 per bag
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Subminiature Fuses
SS-5 Series, Time Lag
Description
• Radial Leaded Time Lag Thru-Hole Fuse
• Rectangular shape with reduced foot print
• Designed to IEC 60127-3, Sheet 4
• Internationally accepted for primary and secondary
overcurrent protection
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Place directly into PCB or plug into BK/PCS holder
• High inrush withstand capability
• Compatible with leaded and lead-free reflow and wave
solder
• Base/Cap is Nylon #66, UL 94V0
• Pins are Tin Plated Copper
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated
1.5 In 2.1 In
2.75 In
4 In
10 In
Current
min max min max min max min
max
400mA-6.3A 1hr 2 min 400 ms 10 sec 150 ms 3 sec 20 ms 150 ms
Dimensions
⁄(inches)
mm
Agency Information
• UL Recognition: E146895 (400mA thru 6.3A)
• CSA: LR98127 (400mA thru 5A)
• VDE: 122052 (500mA thru 4A, 6.3A)
• SEMKO: 603891 (630mA thru 4A)
• CQC 05012014933 (630mA thru 4A)
• METI: 32-1966 (500mA thru 5A)
• Remaining 5-6.3A Approvals Pending
Specifications
• Solderability: EIA-186-9E Method 9
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202F,
Method 201A
• Operating Temperature: -40°C to +125°C
• Soldering Heat Resistance: 260°C, 10S
(IEC 60068-2-20)
Ordering
• Specify product and packaging code
(i.e., SS-5-1A-AP)
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
Voltage Rating
AC
SS-5-500mA
SS-5-630mA
SS-5-800mA
SS-5-1A
SS-5-1.25A
SS-5-1.6A
SS-5-2A
SS-5-2.5A
SS-5-3.15A
SS-5-4A
*SS-5-5A
*SS-5-6.3A
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Interrupting
Rating @
Rated Voltage
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
40A
50A
63A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)
0.270
0.175
0.125
0.083
0.061
0.047
0.031
0.028
0.023
0.015
0.011
0.009
Typical Melting
I2t (A2s)
at 1ms
2
3.5
6.5
9
13
24
30
45
57
80
120
140
Maximum Power
Dissipation
(mW)
310
360
430
500
600
730
870
1000
1200
1400
1800
2000
* Conducting Path min. 0.2mm2
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Subminiature Fuses
SS-5 Series, Time Lag
4000
6000
8000
8000
60 80 100
6000
30 40
2000
20
4000
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
600
3
800
2
1000
0. 6 0. 8 1
400
0. 2 0. 3 0.4
200
TIME CURRENT CURVE
2000
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
TIME IN SECONDS
20
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.09
0.08
0.07
0.06
0.05
0.04
SS- 5 T1.6A
SS- 5 T1.25A
SS- 5 T2A
SS- 5 T1A
SS- 5 T2.5A
0.03
0.02
0.01
0.009
0.008
0.007
0.006
0.005
SS- 5 T800mA
SS- 5 T3.15A
SS- 5 T500mA
SS- 5 T4A
0.004
SS- 5 T5A
0.003
SS- 5 T6.3A
0.002
2
3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
20
30
40
60 80 100
200
400
600
2000
0. 6 0. 8 1
800
0. 2 0. 3 0.4
1000
0.001
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
-AP
-BK
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Description
Ammo-pack taped 1,000 per box
In bulk 200 per bag
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Subminiature Fuses
SR-5F Series, Fast Acting
Description
• Radial Leaded Fast Acting Thru-Hole Fuse
• Designed to UL 248-14
• Accepted for primary and secondary overcurrent
protection
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Place directly into PCB or plug into BK/PCS holder
• Compatible with leaded and lead-free reflow and wave
solder
• Base/Cap is Nylon #66, UL 94V0
• Pins are Tin Plated Copper
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated
1 In
1.5 In
Current
min
max
400mA-10A
1hr
10 min
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
2 In
max
2 min
Agency Information
• UL Listed: E146895 (400mA thru 10A)
• CSA: LR98127 (400mA thru 10A)
Specifications
• Solderability: EIA-186-9E Method 9
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202F,
Method 201A
• Operating Temperature: -40°C to +125°C
• Soldering Heat Resistance: 260°C, 10S
(IEC 60068-2-20)
Ordering
• Specify product and packaging code
(i.e., SR-5F-1A-AP)
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
SR-5F-800mA
SR-5F-1A
SR-5F-1.6A
SR-5F-2A
SR-5F-2.5A
SR-5F-3.15A
SR-5F-4A
*SR-5F-5A
*SR-5F-6.3A
*SR-5F-7A
*SR-5F-8A
*SR-5F-10A
Voltage Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
125V
125V
125V
125V
Interrupting
Rating @
Rated Voltage
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)
210
120
73
50
40
32
25
17
14
11
9
7
Typical Melting
I2t (A2s)
at 1ms
2.7
4.9
8.0
12.1
16.8
32.4
48.4
75.0
108
160
190
270
* Conducting Path min. 0.2mm2
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Subminiature Fuses
SR-5F Series, Fast Acting
60
80 100
8000
40
6000
30
8000
10
6000
5 6 7 8 9
4000
4
2000
3
1000
2
600
0 . 6 0.8 1
800
0.4
400
0. 2 0. 3
20
0
TIME CURRENT CURVE
2000
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
TIME IN SECONDS
20
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
SR-5F, 2.5A
0.2
0.1
0.09
0.08
0.07
0.06
0.05
0.04
SR-5F, 3.15A
SR-5F, 2A
SR-5F, 1.5A
SR-5F, 4A
SR-5F, 1A
SR-5F, 5A
0.03
0.02
0.01
0.009
0.008
0.007
0.006
0.005
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
0.3
SR-5F 6.3A
SR-5F 7A
SR-5F, 800mA
SR-5F 8A
0.004
0.003
SR-5F 10A
0.002
0.6
0.8 1
2
3
4
5 6 7 8 9
10
30
40
60
80 1 0 0
200
400
600
2000
0.4
1000
0. 2 0. 3
800
0.001
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
-AP
-BK
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Description
Ammo-pack taped 1,000 per box
In bulk 200 per bag
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Subminiature Fuses
SS-5F Series, Fast Acting
Description
• Radial Leaded Fast Acting Thru-Hole Fuse
• Rectangular shape with reduced foot print
• Designed to UL 248-14
• Accepted for primary and secondary overcurrent
protection
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Place directly into PCB or plug into BK/PCS holder
• Compatible with leaded and lead-free reflow and wave
solder
• Base/Cap is Nylon #66, UL 94V0
• Pins are Tin Plated Copper
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
Rated
Current
400mA-10A
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1 In
1.5 In
min
max
1hr
10 min
2 In
max
2 min
Dimensions
Agency Information
• UL Listed: E146895 (400mA thru 10A)
• CSA: LR98127 (400mA thru 10A)
Specifications
• Solderability: EIA-186-9E Method 9
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202F,
Method 201A
• Operating Temperature: -40°C to +125°C
• Soldering Heat Resistance: 260°C, 10S
(IEC 60068-2-20)
Ordering
• Specify product and packaging code
(i.e., SS-5F-1A-AP)
⁄(inches)
mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
SS-5F-800mA
SS-5F-1A
SS-5F-1.6A
SS-5F-2A
SS-5F-2.5A
SS-5F-3.15A
SS-5F-4A
*SS-5F-5A
*SS-5F-6.3A
*SS-5F-7A
*SS-5F-8A
*SS-5F-10A
Voltage Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
125V
125V
125V
125V
Interrupting
Rating @
Rated Voltage
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
50A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)
210
120
73
50
40
32
25
17
14
11
9
7
Typical Melting
I2t (A2s)
at 1ms
2.7
4.9
8.0
12.1
16.8
32.4
48.4
75.0
108
160
190
270
* Conducting Path min. 0.2mm2
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Subminiature Fuses
SS-5F Series, Fast Acting
40
60
80 100
8000
30
6000
10
8000
5 6 7 8 9
4000
4
4000
3
6000
2
1000
0.8 1
2000
0 .6
600
0.4
800
0 .3
400
0 .2
20
0
TIME CURRENT CURVE
2000
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
TIME IN SECONDS
20
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
SS-5F, 2.5A
0.2
SS-5F, 3.15A
SS-5F, 2A
0.1
0.09
0.08
0.07
0.06
0.05
SS-5F, 1.5A
SS-5F, 4A
SS-5F, 1A
0.04
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
0.3
SS-5F, 5A
0.03
0.02
SS-5F 6.3A
0.01
0.009
0.008
0.007
0.006
0.005
SS-5F 7A
SS-5F, 800mA
SS-5F 8A
0.004
0.003
SS-5F 10A
0.002
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
2
3
4
5 6 7 8 9
10
30
40
60
80 1 0 0
200
400
600
2000
0 .3
1000
0 .2
800
0.001
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
-AP
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Description
Ammo-pack taped 1,000 per box
In bulk 200 per bag
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Subminiature Fuses
SR-5H Series, Time Lag
Description
• Radial Leaded Time Lag Thru-Hole Fuse
• Designed to IEC 60127-3, Sheet 4
• Ideal for electronic lighting ballasts
• cURus Recognized at 300V/100A
• Internationally accepted for primary and secondary
overcurrent protection
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Place directly into PCB or plug into BK/PCS holder
• High inrush withstand capability
• Compatible with leaded and lead-free reflow and wave
solder
• Base/Cap is Nylon #66, UL 94V0
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
• Pins are Tin Plated Copper
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
Rated
Current
1A-6.3A
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1.5 In 2.1 In
2.75 In
4 In
10 In
min max min max min max min
max
1hr 2 min 400 ms 10 sec 150 ms 3 sec 20 ms 150 ms
Agency Information
• cURus: E146895 (1A thru 5A @ 300V/100A)
• PSE: (1A thru 6.3A @ 300V/100A)
• VDE: (1A thru 5A)
• SEMKO: (1A thru 5A) Pending
• CCC (1A thru 6.3A) Pending
• EK: KTL (1A thru 6.3A) Pending
Specifications
• Solderability: EIA-186-9E Method 9
• High Frequency Vibration: MIL-STD-202F,
Method 201A
• Operating Temperature: -40°C to +125°C
• Soldering Heat Resistance: 260°C, 10S
(IEC 60068-2-20)
Ordering
• Specify product and packaging code
(i.e., SR-5H-1A-AP)
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
Voltage Rating
AC
SR-5H-1A
SR-5H-1.25A
SR-5H-1.6A
SR-5H-2A
SR-5H-2.5A
SR-5H-3.15A
SR-5H-4A
*SR-5H-5A
*SR-5H-6.3A
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Interrupting
Rating @
Rated Voltage
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)
0.083
0.061
0.047
0.031
0.028
0.023
0.015
0.011
0.009
Typical Melting
I2t (A2s)
at 1ms
9
13
24
30
45
57
80
120
140
Maximum Power
Dissipation
(mW)
500
600
730
870
1000
1200
1400
1800
2000
* Conducting Path min. 0.2mm2
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Subminiature Fuses
SR-5H Series, Time Lag
60
80 100
8000
40
6000
30
8000
10
4000
5 6 7 8 9
6000
4
2000
3
1000
2
600
0 . 6 0.8 1
800
0.4
400
0. 2 0. 3
20
0
TIME CURRENT CURVE
2000
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
TIME IN SECONDS
20
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0. 9
0. 8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.2
0.1
0. 09
0. 08
0.07
0.06
0.05
0.04
Printed Circuit Board Fuses - Axial and Radial Leaded
0.3
SR-5H T1.6A
SR-5H T1.25A
SR-5H T2A
SR-5H T1A
SR-5H T2.5A
0.03
0.02
SR-5H T3.15A
0.01
0. 009
0. 008
0.007
0.006
0.005
SR-5H T4A
0.004
SR-5H T5A
0.003
SR-5H T6.3A
0.002
##
1
2
3
4
5 6 7 8 9
10
30
40
60
80 1 0 0
200
400
600
4000
0.6
2000
0.4
1000
0. 2 0. 3
800
0.001
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
-AP
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Description
Ammo-pack taped 1,000 per box
In bulk 200 per bag
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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5mm x 15mm Fuses
C515 Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
Description
• Axial leaded, time delay
• 5mm x 15mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Leads are tin coated
• Optional sleeve is flexible flouropolymer
(U.L. flammability rating VW-1).
• UL Listed product meets standard UL 248-14
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current
Amp Rating
Opening Time
135%
60 minutes max.
125mA - 250mA
3 seconds min.
200%
120 seconds max.
100%
4 hours min.
470mA
30 minutes max.
350mA
600mA
90 seconds max.
2A
2 seconds max.
6A
500 milliseconds max.
135%
60 minutes max.
375mA - 7A
3 seconds min.
200%
120 seconds max.
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: C515 125mA-250mA and 375mA-3A
(Guide JDYX, File E19180)
• UL Recognized Card: C515 350mA, and 3.5A-7A
(Guide JDYX2, File E19180)
• CSA Certification Card: C515 125mA-250mA and
375mA-3A (Class 1422-01, LR65063)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions (mm)
Drawing Not to Scale
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. C515-1-R)
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 20.3mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
C515-125mA
C515-250mA
C515-350mA
C515-375mA
C515-500mA
C515-600mA
C515-750mA
C515-800mA
C515-1A
C515-1.25A
C515-1.5A
C515-1.6A
C515-2A
C515-2.25A
C515-2.5A
C515-3A
C515-3.5A
C515-4A
C515-5A
C515-6A
C515-7A
*
†
‡
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
600V
25A
-
AC Interrupting
Rating
250V
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
-
125V
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
400A
400A
400A
400A
400A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance*
(ohms)
4.72
1.32
1.04
0.81
0.54
0.38
0.26
0.23
0.14
0.13
0.100
0.090
0.059
0.057
0.046
0.035
0.028
0.023
0.019
0.014
0.013
Typical
Melting I2t†
AC
0.101
0.467
1.169
1.531
2.280
6.982
9.162
10.544
14.289
22.961
31.989
35.156
60.256
97.724
78.163
80.426
149.279
233.346
354.813
471.360
710.500
Typical
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
770
430
530
470
440
350
310
260
230
220
240
200
170
180
190
150
130
130
150
125
100
DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
Typical Melting I2t (A2Sec) (Minimum I2t at 10 times rated current)
Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 25°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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5mm x 15mm Fuses
C515 Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
7A
5A
1.25A
1.5A
1.6A
2A
2.25A
2.5A
3A
3.5A
4A
750mA
1A
500mA
600mA
250mA
10000
350mA
375mA
125mA
Nominal Time/Current Characteristics
1000
Pre-arcing time (s)
100
10
1
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
1000
Current (A)
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (20.3mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Option Code
S
-R
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Insulation Sleeve
RoHS compliant version
OC-51
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 15mm Fuses
C517 Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
Description
• Axial leaded fast acting
• 5mm x 15mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Leads are plated with 95% tin, 5% lead
• Optional sleeve is flexible flouropolymer
(U.L. flammability rating VW-1).
• UL Listed product meets standard UL 248-14
• High breaking capacity for lighting ballast applications
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current
Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
3A
135%
60 minutes max.
200%
2 seconds max.
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions (mm)
Drawing Not to Scale
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: C517 3A (Guide JDYX, File E75865)
• UL Recognition Card: C517 3A
(Guide JDYX2, File E75865)
• CSA Certification Card: 3A (Class 1422-01, LR65063)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. C517-3-R)
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 20.3mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
C517-3A
Interrupting Rating
at Rated Voltage
AC
100A
100A
10,000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance*
(ohms)
Typical
Melting I2t†
AC
Typical
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
0.34
5.87
141.7
DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
Typical Melting I2t (A2Sec) (Minimum I2t at 10 times rated current)
Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 25°C ambient temperature at rated current)
350VAC is UL Recognized
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
*
†
‡
**
Voltage
Rating
AC
350V**
250V
125V
OC-52
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 15mm Fuses
C517 Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (20.3mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Insulation Sleeve
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
S
-R
OC-53
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 15mm Fuses
C518 Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
Description
• Axial leaded fast acting
• 5mm x 15mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Leads are plated with 95% tin, 5% lead
• Optional sleeve is flexible flouropolymer
(U.L. flammability rating VW-1).
• UL Listed product meets standard UL 248-14
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current
Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
100mA-5A
135%
60 minutes max.
200%
2 seconds max.
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions (mm)
Drawing Not to Scale
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: Guide JDYX, File E19180
• CSA Certification Card: Class 1422-01, LR65063
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. C518-3-R)
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 20.3mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
C518-100mA
C518-125mA
C518-250mA
C518-375mA
C518-500mA
C518-750mA
C518-1.5A
C518-2A
C518-2.5A
C518-3A
C518-3.5A
C518-4A
C518-5A
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Interrupting Rating
at Rated Voltage
250VAC
125VAC
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance*
(ohms)
22.30
15.20
5.66
2.53
1.66
0.91
0.900
0.064
0.046
0.038
0.032
0.022
0.018
Typical
Melting I2t†
AC
0.0010
0.0019
0.012
0.039
0.059
0.264
0.800
1.9
2.9
6.1
9.7
16.6
22.4
Typical
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
2230
1930
1450
968
845
686
135
136
121
116
115
88
91
* DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (A2Sec) (Minimum at 10 times rated current)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 20°C ambient temperature at rated current)
OC-54
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 15mm Fuses
C518 Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (20.3mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Insulation Sleeve
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
S
-R
OC-55
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 15mm Fuses
C519 Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
Description
• Time delay
• 5mm x 15mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Optional sleeve is flexible flouropolymer
(U.L. flammability rating VW-1).
• UL Listed product meets standard UL 248-14
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current
Amp Rating
Opening Time
135%
60 minutes max.
125mA - 250mA
3 seconds min.
200%
120 seconds max.
100%
4 hours min.
470mA
30 minutes max.
350mA
600mA
90 seconds max.
2A
2 seconds max.
6A
500 milliseconds max.
135%
60 minutes max.
375mA - 5A
3 seconds min.
200%
120 seconds max.
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: C519 125mA-250mA and 375mA-3A
(Guide JDYX, File E19180)
• UL Recognized Card: C519 350mA, and 3.5A-7A
(Guide JDYX2, File E19180)
• CSA Certification Card: C519 125mA-250mA and
375mA-3A (Class 1422-01, LR65063)
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. C519-3-R)
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
C519-125mA
C519-250mA
C519-350mA
C519-375mA
C519-500mA
C519-600mA
C519-750mA
C519-1A
C519-1.25A
C519-1.5A
C519-1.6A
C519-2A
C519-2.25A
C519-2.5A
C519-3A
C519-3.5A
C519-4A
C519-5A
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
125V
125V
125V
Interrupting Rating
at Rated Voltage
600V
250V
125V
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
25A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
400A
400A
400A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance*
(ohms)
4.72
1.32
1.04
0.81
0.54
0.38
0.26
0.14
0.13
0.10
0.09
0.059
0.057
0.046
0.035
0.028
0.023
0.019
Typical
Melting I2t†
AC
0.101
0.467
1.169
1.531
2.280
6.982
9.162
14.289
22.961
31.989
31.156
60.256
97.724
78.163
80.426
149.279
233.346
354.813
Typical
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
770
430
530
470
440
350
310
230
220
240
200
170
180
190
150
130
130
150
* DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (A2Sec) (Typical I2t at 10 times rated current)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 25°C±3°C ambient temperature at rated current)
OC-56
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 15mm Fuses
C519 Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Insulation Sleeve
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
S
-R
OC-57
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 15mm Fuses
C520 Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
Description
• Fast acting
• 5mm x 15mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Optional sleeve is flexible flouropolymer
(U.L. flammability rating VW-1).
• UL Listed product meets standard UL 248-14
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current
Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
100mA - 5A
135%
1 hours max.
200%
2 seconds max.
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: Guide JDYX, File E19180
• CSA Certification Card: Class 1422-01, LR65063
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. C520-3-R)
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
C520-100mA
C520-125mA
C520-250mA
C520-375mA
C520-500mA
C520-750mA
C520-1.5A
C520-2A
C520-2.5A
C520-3A
C520-3.5A
C520-4A
C520-5A
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Interrupting Rating
at Rated Voltage
250VAC
125VAC
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance*
(ohms)
22.30
15.20
5.60
2.53
1.66
0.91
0.900
0.064
0.046
0.038
0.032
0.022
0.018
Typical
Melting I2t†
AC
0.0010
0.0019
0.012
0.039
0.059
0.264
0.800
1.9
2.9
6.1
9.7
16.6
22.4
Typical
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
2230
1930
1450
968
845
686
135
136
121
116
115
88
91
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
* DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (A2Sec) (maximum I2t at 10 times rated current)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 25°C±3°C ambient temperature at rated current)
OC-58
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 15mm Fuses
C520 Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Insulation Sleeve
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
S
-R
OC-59
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 20mm Fuses
S500 Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
Description
• Fast acting, low breaking capacity
• Optional Axial leads available
• 5mm x 20mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Designed to IEC 60127-2 (32mA-6.3A)
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1.5 In 2.1 In
2.75 In
4 In
10 In
In
min
max
min
max
min
max
max
32mA-100mA 60 min 30 min 10 ms 500 ms 3 ms 100 ms 20 ms
125mA-6.3A 60 min 30 min 50 ms 2 sec 10 ms 300 ms 20 ms
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
Agency Information
• UL Recognized Card: (32mA-10A) Guide JDYX2,
File E19180
• CSA Component Acceptance: File 53787
• cURus Recognition: Guide JDYX8, File E19180
• SEMKO Approval 160mA-10A
• VDE Approval 160mA-10A
• BSI Approval 160mA-10A
• IMQ Approval 160mA-10A
• CCC Approval 160mA-6.3A
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. S500-2-R)
• Ratings above 6.3A have a 0.8mm diameter lead
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 19.05mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
S500-32mA
S500-40mA
S500-50mA
S500-63mA
S500-80mA
S500-100mA
S500-125mA
S500-160mA
S500-200mA
S500-250mA
S500-315mA
S500-400mA
S500-500mA
S500-630mA
S500-800mA
S500-1A
S500-1.25A
S500-1.6A
S500-2A
S500-2.5A
S500-3.15A
S500-4A
S500-5A
S500-6.3A
S500-8A
S500-10A
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Interrupting Rating
at Rated Voltage (50Hz)
AC
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
40A
50A
63A
80A
100A
Typical DC
Cold Resistance
(ohms)*
41.5
25.5
17.5
12.9
5.2
3.9
2.9
9.2
7.0
4.5
3.2
1.9
0.27
0.21
0.15
0.13
0.098
0.068
0.044
0.035
0.026
0.022
0.015
0.010
N/A
N/A
Typical
Melting I2t (A2Sec)
AC†
0.000047
0.00011
0.00020
0.00057
0.0012
0.003
0.005
0.008
0.016
0.28
0.58
0.18
0.18
0.35
0.67
0.60
0.84
1.6
4.2
6.1
13
22
42
69
N/A
N/A
Maximum
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
3200
2500
2400
2000
1200
1100
1000
2000
1700
1400
1300
1100
220
220
190
200
200
190
150
150
130
130
120
120
N/A
N/A
* DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage)
‡ Maximum Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 20°C ambient temperature at rated current)
OC-60
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 20mm Fuses
S500 Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a poly bag
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (19.05mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
V
-R
OC-61
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
S501 Series, Fast Acting, Ceramic Tube
Description
• Fast acting
• Optional axial leads available
• 5mm x 20mm physical size
• Ceramic tube, nickel brass endcap construction
• Designed to IEC 60127-2
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1.5 In 2.1 In
2.75 In
4 In
10 In
In
min
max
min
max
min
max
max
50mA-3.15A 60 min 30 min 10 ms 2 sec 3 ms 300 ms 20 ms
4A-10A
60 min 30 min 10 ms 3 sec 3 ms 300 ms 20 ms
Dimensions
Agency Information
• UL Recognized Card: (50mA-10A) Guide JDYX2,
File E19180
• CSA Component Acceptance: File 53787
• cURus Recognition: Guide JDYX8, File E19180
• SEMKO Approval 50mA, 160mA-10A
• VDE Approval 160mA-10A
• IMQ Approval 50mA-10A
• CCC Approval 160mA-10A
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. S501-2-R)
• Ratings above 6.3A have a 0.8mm diameter lead
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 19.05mm
Drawing Not to Scale
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
S501-50mA
S501-63mA
S501-80mA
S501-100mA
S501-125mA
S501-160mA
S501-200mA
S501-250mA
S501-315mA
S501-400mA
S501-500mA
S501-630mA
S501-800mA
S501-1A
S501-1.25A
S501-1.6A
S501-2A
S501-2.5A
S501-3.15A
S501-4A
S501-5A
S501-6.3A
S501-8A
S501-10A
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Interrupting Rating
at Rated Voltage
AC
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
Typical
Melting I2t (A2Sec)
AC
0.0017
0.0005
0.0011
0.0018
0.0037
0.008
0.020
0.027
0.010
0.018
0.038
0.064
0.097
0.480
0.9
1.9
2.0
3.9
8.1
14
25
48
N/A
N/A
Typical
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
9000
3300
2600
2300
1900
1600
1350
1300
1400
1200
1050
1200
490
230
200
180
205
190
160
160
155
150
N/A
N/A
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 20°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
S501 Series, Fast Acting, Ceramic Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a poly bag
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (19.05mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
V
-R
OC-63
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 20mm Fuses
S505 Series, Time Delay, Ceramic Tube
Description
• Time delay, high breaking capacity
• Optional axial leads available
• 5mm x 20mm physical size
• Ceramic tube, nickel plated brass endcap construction
• Designed to IEC 60127-2 (1A-12A)
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1.5 In 2.1 In
2.75 In
4 In
10 In
In
min max
min
max min max min max
<1A
60 min 30 min 250 ms 80 sec 50 ms 5 sec 5 ms 55 ms
1A-3.15A 60 min 30 min 1 sec 80 sec 95 ms 5 sec 10 ms 100 ms
4A-10A 60 min 30 min 1 sec 80 sec 150 ms 5 sec 20 ms 100 ms
12.5A
-30 min 1 sec 80 sec 150 ms 5 sec 20 ms 100 ms
Agency Information
• UL Recognized Card: (500mA-12A) Guide JDYX2,
File E19180
• CSA Component Acceptance: File 53787, 500mA-10A
• SEMKO Approval, 500mA-10A
• VDE Approval, 500mA-10A
• BSI Approval, 500mA-10A
• IMQ Approval, 500mA-10A
• CCC Approval, 500mA-6.3A
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. S505-3-R)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
• Ratings above 6.3A have a 0.8mm diameter lead
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 19.05mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
S505-500mA
S505-800mA
S505-1A
S505-1.25A
S505-1.6A
S505-2A
S505-2.5A
S505-3.15A
S505-4A
S505-5A
S505-6.3A
S505-8A
S505-10A
S505-12A
*
†
‡
x
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Interrupting Rating
at Rated Voltage (50Hz)
AC
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1500A
1000A
Typical DC
Cold Resistance
(ohms)*
0.507
0.237
0.138
0.089
0.060
0.041
0.030
0.021
0.015
0.011
0.008
0.007
0.006
0.005
Typical
Melting I2t (A2Sec)
AC†
0.74
1.6
3.5
7.6
14
27
52
98
197
311
397
714x
Typical
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
295
189
170
150
130
110
100
90
85
80
75
75
72
77
DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
Typical Melting I2t (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage)
Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 20°C ambient temperature at rated current)
Typical Melting I2t was measured at 10 times the rated current under DC
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
S505 Series, Time Delay, Ceramic Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a poly bag
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (19.05mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
V
-R
OC-65
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 20mm Fuses
S506 Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
Description
• Time delay, low breaking capacity
• Optional axial leads available
• 5mm x 20mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Designed to IEC 60127-2 (32mA-10A)
S506 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
2.1 In
2.75 In
4 In
10 In
In
max
min
max
min
max
min
max
32mA-100mA 2 min 200 ms 10 sec 40 ms 3 sec 10 ms 300 ms
125mA-6.3A 2 min 600 ms 10 sec 150 ms 3 sec 20 ms 300 ms
8A-15A
2 min 600 ms 10 sec 150 ms 3 sec 20 ms 300 ms
Agency Information
• UL Recognized Card: (32mA-15A) Guide JDYX2,
File E19180
• CSA Component Acceptance: File 53787
• cURus Recognition: Guide JDYX8, File E19180
• SEMKO Approval, 32mA-10A
• VDE Approval, 32mA-10A
• BSI Approval, 32mA-10A
• IMQ Approval, 32mA-10A
• MITI Approval, 32mA-6.3A
• CCC Approval, 32mA-6.3A
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. S506-2-R)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
• Ratings above 6.3A have a 0.8mm diameter lead
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 19.05mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
S506-32mA
S506-40mA
S506-50mA
S506-63mA
S506-80mA
S506-100mA
S506-125mA
S506-160mA
S506-200mA
S506-250mA
S506-315mA
S506-400mA
S506-500mA
S506-630mA
S506-800mA
S506-1A
S506-1.25A
S506-1.6A
S506-2A
S506-2.5A
S506-3.15A
S506-4A
S506-5A
S506-6.3A
S506-8A
S506-10A
S506-12.5A
S506-15A
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Interrupting Rating
at Rated Voltage (50Hz)
AC
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
40A
50A
63A
80A
100A
125A
125A
Typical DC
Cold Resistance
(ohms)*
21.0
13.90
9.24
6.96
4.42
2.74
1.97
1.27
1.00
0.640
0.450
0.308
0.183
0.186
0.128
0.062
0.045
0.038
0.028
0.023
0.017
0.012
0.008
0.008
0.006
0.004
0.004
0.004
Minimum
Pre-Arching I2t
(A2Sec) AC†
0.0014
0.0034
0.006
0.012
0.015
0.022
0.034
0.052
0.078
0.17
0.41
0.61
0.67
1.0
2.2
2.7
6.7
9.7
15
25
51
88
150
214
192
420
812
1029
Typical
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
1050
920
800
760
580
490
390
320
340
270
250
210
140
150
75
80
70
70
68
68
66
66
66
60
55
54
45
73
* DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
† Minimum Pre-Arching I2t (Measured at 10 In and rated voltage)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 20°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
S506 Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a poly bag
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (19.05mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
V
-R
OC-67
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
GMA Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
Description
• Fast acting, low breaking capacity
• Optional axial leads available
• 5mm x 20mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Designed to UL/CSA 248-14
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current % of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
63mA - 10A
135%
60 minutes maximum
200%
2 minutes maximum
Agency Information
• UL Listed, Guide JDYX, File E19180, 63mA-6A
• UL Recognized Card: (7A-15A) Guide JDYX2,
File E19180
• CSA Certified, Class 1422-01, File E65063, 63mA-6A
• MITI Approval, 1A-15A
• CCC Approval, 63mA-6A
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. GMA-2-R)
Dimensions
⁄(inches)
mm
38.10mm
10
(±
±.38)
.3
5.54mm
(±.20)
(±
21.10mm
0m
(±.81)
81
(±
5.2mm
(+0.1/-0.2)
38.10mm
0m
(±.3
38)
0.65mm
(REF)
• Ratings above 6.3A have a 0.8mm diameter lead
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 19.05mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
GMA-63mA
GMA-100mA
GMA-125mA
GMA-200mA
GMA-250mA
GMA-300mA
GMA-315mA
GMA-500mA
GMA-600mA
GMA-750mA
GMA-800mA
GMA-1A
GMA-1.25A
GMA-1.5A
GMA-1.6A
GMA-2A
GMA-2.5A
GMA-3A
GMA-3.15A
GMA-3.5A
GMA-4A
GMA-5A
GMA-6A
GMA-7A
GMA-8A
GMA-10A
GMA-15A
*
**
†
‡
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
AC Interrupting
Rating*
250V
125V
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
200A
200A
200A
150A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)**
0.454
0.256
0.186
0.170
0.163
0.122
0.090
0.080
0.066
0.046
0.039
0.036
0.030
0.026
0.021
0.017
0.012
0.009
0.006
0.004
Typical
Pre-Arc I2t
AC†
0.00024
0.0001
0.0024
0.001
0.018
0.019
0.019
0.15
0.32
0.47
0.70
0.48
0.84
1.6
2.0
3.1
4.9
8.8
9.7
13
19
29
45
150
280
280
950
Maximum
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
4700
4300
2600
3400
2200
470
450
230
200
200
180
300
290
270
260
250
240
215
210
210
205
200
180
110
110
110
100
Interrupting ratings: Interrupting ratings for 63mA - 6A were measured at 70% - 80% power factor on AC. The interrupting ratings for 7A - 15A were measured at 100% power factor on AC.
DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
Typical Pre-Arching I2t (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage)
Maximum Voltage drop (Voltage drop was measured at 20°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
GMA Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
3A
4A
5A
6A
2.5A
1.5A
1A
1.25A
2A
TIME CURRENT CURVE
100
AMPERE
RATING
TIME IN SECONDS
10
1
200
100
10
1
.01
.4
.1
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a poly bag
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (19.05mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
V
-R
OC-69
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
GMC Series Medium Time Delay, Glass Tube
Description
• Medium time delay, low breaking capacity
• Optional axial leads available
• 5mm x 20mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Designed to UL/CSA 248-14
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current % of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
63mA - 10A
135%
60 minutes maximum
200%
2 minutes maximum
Agency Information
• UL Listed, Guide JDYX, File E19180, 63mA-6.3A
• UL Recognized Card: (7A-10A) Guide JDYX2,
File E19180
• CSA Certified, Class 1422-01, File E65063, 63mA-6.3A
• MITI Approval, 1A-10A
• CCC Approval, 500mA-6.3A
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. GMC-2-R)
Dimensions
⁄(inches)
mm
38.10mm
0m
(±
±.38)
.3
5.54mm
(±.20)
(±
21.10mm
0m
(±.81)
81
±0.5)
5.2mm
(+0.1/-0.2)
38.10mm
0m
(±.38)
38
0.65mm
(REF)
• Ratings above 6.3A have a 0.8mm diameter lead
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 19.05mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
GMC-63mA
GMC-80mA
GMC-100mA
GMC-125mA
GMC-150mA
GMC-160mA
GMC-200mA
GMC-250mA
GMC-300mA
GMC-315mA
GMC-400mA
GMC-500mA
GMC-600mA
GMC-630mA
GMC-700mA
GMC-750mA
GMC-800mA
GMC-1A
GMC-1.25A
GMC-1.5A
GMC-1.6A
GMC-2A
GMC-2.5A
GMC-3A
GMC-3.15A
GMC-3.5A
GMC-4A
GMC-5A
GMC-6A
GMC-6.3A
GMC-7A
GMC-8A
GMC-10A
*
**
†
‡
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
AC Interrupting
Rating*
250V
125V
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
200A
200A
200A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)**
10.350
4.775
3.400
2.555
2.295
1.395
0.965
0.838
0.685
0.615
0.335
0.282
0.246
0.213
0.213
0.180
0.156
0.098
0.076
0.067
0.043
0.035
0.026
0.025
0.022
0.019
0.014
0.013
0.012
0.012
0.009
0.007
Typical
Pre-Arc I2t
AC†
0.0027
0.0050
0.0094
0.014
0.022
0.022
0.032
0.046
0.081
0.081
0.18
0.41
0.60
0.66
0.85
0.85
0.85
1.8
3.4
5.4
5.8
8.9
13
19
23
25
36
58
88
110
150
200
300
Maximum
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
1400
1400
1200
1000
800
730
650
490
580
480
510
370
360
360
340
320
290
250
200
190
160
130
130
130
130
130
120
120
120
120
120
110
110
Interrupting ratings: Interrupting ratings for 63mA - 6.3A were measured at 70% - 80% power factor on AC. The interrupting ratings for 7A - 10A were measured at 100% power factor on AC.
DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
Typical Pre-Arching I2t (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage)
Maximum Voltage drop (Voltage drop was measured at 20°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
GMC Series Medium Time Delay, Glass Tube
62mA
80mA
100mA
125mA
150mA
200mA
250mA
315mA 300mA
400mA
500mA
750mA
800mA
1A
1.5A
1.6A
2A
2.5A
3A
3.5A
4A
5A
6A
6.3A
7A
8A
10A
TIME CURRENT CURVE
100
AMPERE
RATING
TIME IN SECONDS
10
1
100
10
1
.01
.1
.1
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a poly bag
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (19.05mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
V
-R
OC-71
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
GMD Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
Description
• Time delay, low breaking capacity
• Optional axial leads available
• 5mm x 20mm physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Designed to UL/CSA 248-14
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current % of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
135%
60 minutes maximum
100mA - 4A
5 seconds minimum
200%
2 minutes maximum
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
38.10mm
(±.38)
5.54mm
(±.20)
Agency Information
• UL Listed, Guide JDYX, File E19180, 125mA-3A
• UL Recognition Card: (4A) Guide JDYX2, File E19180
• CSA Certified, Class 1422-01, File E65063
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
• For -R option, drop mA or A from product code
(i.e. GMD-3-R)
21.10mm
(±.81)
(±
( 0.5)
5.2mm
(+0.1/-0.2)
(±.38)
0.65mm
(REF)
• With TR2 packaging code, lead wire length is 19.05mm
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
GMD-125mA
GMD-150mA
GMD-200mA
GMD-250mA
GMD-300mA
GMD-315mA
GMD-375mA
GMD-400mA
GMD-500mA
GMD-600mA
GMD-630mA
GMD-750mA
GMD-800mA
GMD-1A
GMD-1.2A
GMD-1.25A
GMD-1.5A
GMD-1.6A
GMD-2A
GMD-2.5A
GMD-3A
GMD-4A
*
**
†
‡
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
AC Interrupting
Rating*
250V
125V
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
35A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
100A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)**
-
Typical
Pre-Arc I2t
AC†
0.043
0.046
0.20
0.40
0.65
0.89
0.89
1.2
1.4
3.1
3.1
4.7
6.6
12
16
16
25
27
42
94
145
300
Maximum
Voltage
Drop (mV)‡
1600
1200
1100
950
800
750
650
600
550
450
450
410
380
310
280
245
240
220
200
195
190
190
Interrupting ratings: Interrupting ratings for 125mA - 3A were measured at 70% - 80% power factor on AC. The interrupting ratings for 4A were measured at 100% power factor on AC.
DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
Typical Pre-Arching I2t (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage)
Maximum Voltage drop (Voltage drop was measured at 20°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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5mm x 20mm Fuses
GMD Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
1.6A
1.5A
2A
2.5A
3A
1A
300mA
400mA
500mA
630mA
125mA
160mA
200mA
750mA
800mA
TIME CURRENT CURVE
AMPERE
RATING
100
TIME IN SECONDS
10
1
100
10
1
.01
.1
.1
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
TR2
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a poly bag
1,500 pieces of fuses packed into tape on a reel (19.05mm lead wire length)
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
V
-R
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1/4" x 5/8" Fuses
AGA Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
Description
• Fast acting
• 1/4" x 5/8" (6.3mm x 15.9mm) physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• Optional leaded version available
• UL Listed product meets standard 248-14
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current % of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 hours minimum
1/16 - 10A
135%
60 minutes maximum
200%
120 seconds maximum
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Agency Information
• UL Listed, Guide JDYX, File E19180 (AGA 0-1 1/2A)
• UL Listed, Guide JDYX, File E19180 (AGA-V 0-5A)
• UL Recognized, Guide JDYX2, File E19180
(AGA 2A-12A)
• UL Recognized, Guide JDYX2, File E19180
(AGA-V 6A-12A)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
AGA-1/16
AGA-1/10
AGA-1/8
AGA-1/4
AGA-3/8
AGA-1/2
AGA-6/10
AGA-3/4
AGA-1
AGA-1-1/2
AGA-2
AGA-2-1/2
AGA-3
AGA-5
AGA-6
AGA-7
AGA-7-1/2
AGA-10
AGA-15
AGA-20
AGA-25
AGA-30
Voltage
Rating
AC
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
125 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
32 V
AC Interrupting
Rating*
125V
32V
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
200A
200A
200A
200A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)**
13.250
6.250
4.000
1.740
0.925
0.300
0.250
0.179
0.118
0.077
0.054
0.040
0.031
0.017
0.014
0.012
0.010
0.007
0.005
0.003
0.003
0.002
Typical
Melt
AC
DC
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
-
Typical
Voltage
Drop (V)‡
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
* Interrupting Rating: Interrupting ratings for 2A-5A has been measured at 70%-80% power factor. ratings for 5.1A-12A were measured at 80% power factor.
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Measured at 25°C±3°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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1/4" x 5/8" Fuses
AGA Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
30
15
20
10
5
2
3
6/10
15/100
1
TIME IN SECONDS
TIME IN SECONDS
1/16
CURRENT IN AMPERES
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK8
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
8,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
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Description
Board Washable - Hermetically sealed to withstand aqueous cleaning
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
B
V
OC-75
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1/4" x 1" Fuses
AGX Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
Description
• Fast acting
• 1/4" x 1 (6.3mm x 25.4mm) physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• For instruments, electronic and small appliance circuits
• UL Listed product meets standard 248-14
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current % of Amp Rating
Opening Time
110%
4 hours minimum
1/500 - 30A
135%
60 minutes maximum
1/500 - 2A
200%
5 seconds maximum
2.5A - 30A
200%
2 minutes maximum
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: AGX 0-5A (Guide JDYX, File E19180)
• UL Recognized Card: AGX 6-20A (Guide JDYX2,
File E19180)
• CSA Component Acceptance Card
(Class No. 1422-01, File 53787)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
AGX-1/500
AGX-1/200
AGX-1/100
AGX-1/32
AGX-1/16
AGX-1/10
AGX-1/8
AGX-3/16
AGX-2/10
AGX-1/4
AGX-3/10
AGX-3/8
AGX-4/10
AGX-1/2
AGX-3/4
AGX-1
AGX-1-1/4
AGX-1-1/2
AGX-2
AGX-2-1/2
AGX-3
AGX-4
AGX-5
AGX-6
AGX-7
AGX-8
AGX-10
AGX-15
AGX-20
AGX-25
AGX-30
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
250VAC
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
-
Interrupting
Rating
125VAC
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
1,000A
1,000A
-
32VAC
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)**
1750.00000
285.00000
155.00000
35.00000
22.50000
10.25000
5.41000
3.11500
2.66000
2.79000
1.42500
0.93050
0.89900
0.47850
0.26000
0.16250
0.12750
0.09400
0.06825
0.04930
0.03825
0.02700
0.02050
0.01475
0.01275
0.01100
0.00867
0.00510
0.00358
0.00275
0.00215
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
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1/4" x 1" Fuses
AGX Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
5
2
1
1/4
CURRENT IN AMP ERES
TIME IN SECONDS
TIME IN SECONDS
CURRENT IN AMP ERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OPTION CODE
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Description
Board Washable - Hermetically sealed to withstand aqueous cleaning
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
B
V
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
TDC Series, Glass Tube
Description
TDC10
• Fast Acting
• 1/4" x 1-1/4" physical size
• Glass tube, electroplated brass endcap construction
• Interrupting rating equals 10 times rated current
• Designed to British Standard BS2950A
TDC11
• Time Delay
• 1/4" x 1-1/4" physical size
• Glass tube, electroplated brass endcap construction
• Interrupting rating equals 10 times rated current
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
6.35mm
35m
31.8mm
SPECIFICATIONS - TDC10
Product Code
TDC10-50MA
TDC10-60MA
TDC10-100MA
TDC10-150MA
TDC10-250MA
TDC10-500MA
TDC10-750MA
TDC10-1A
TDC10-1.5A
TDC10-2A
TDC10-3A
TDC10-5A
TDC10-7A
TDC10-10A
TDC10-12A
TDC10-15A
TDC10-20A
TDC10-25A
Voltage
Rating
AC
1000V
1000V
1000V
1000V
1000V
750V
500V
350V
250V
250V
250V
250V
150V
100V
32V
32V
32V
32V
1000V
500MA
600MA
1A
1.5A
2.5A
-
750V
5A
-
500V
7.5A
-
Interrupting
Rating*
350V
250V
10A
15A
20A
30A
50A
-
150V
70A
-
100V
100A
-
32V
120A
150A
200A
250A
SPECIFICATIONS - TDC11
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
TDC11-50MA
TDC11-60MA
TDC11-100MA
TDC11-150MA
TDC11-250MA
TDC11-500MA
TDC11-750MA
TDC11-1A
TDC11-1.5A
TDC11-2A
TDC11-3A
TDC11-5A
TDC11-7A
TDC11-10A
Voltage
Rating
AC
1000V
1000V
1000V
1000V
1000V
750V
500V
350V
250V
250V
250V
250V
150V
100V
1000V
500MA
600MA
1A
1.5A
2.5A
-
750V
5A
-
500V
7.5A
-
Interrupting
Rating*
350V
10A
-
250V
15A
20A
30A
50A
-
150V
70A
-
100V
100A
* Interrupting Rating: Interrupting rating is 10 times the rated current.
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
TDC Series, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
TDC10
TDC11
10
10
.1
100
.01
10
.01
1
.1
.1
.1
TIMES RATED CURRENT
100
1
10
1
1
TIME IN SECONDS
100
TIME IN SECONDS
100
TIMES RATED CURRENT
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OC-79
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
ABC Series, Fast Acting, Ceramic Tube
Description
• Fast-acting, ceramic tube
• Optional axial leads available
• 1/4 x 1-1/4 (6.3mm x 32mm) physical size
• Ceramic tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• UL Listed product meets standard 248-14
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
4 Hours Minimum
135%
60 Minutes maximum
200%
120 Seconds Maximum
Agency Information
• UL Listed Guide & File numbers (ABC 1/4 - 15A):
JDYX & E19180.
• UL Recognition Guide & File numbers (ABC 18 - 30A):
JDYX2 & E19180.
• CSA Certification Record No: 053787 C 000 &
Class No: 1422 01 & 1422 30.
Environmental Data
• Shock: 1/4A and 1/2A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 213, Test Condition I;
1A thru 30A – MIL-STD-202, Method 207,
(HI Shock)
• Vibration: 1/4A thru 30A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 204, Test Condition C (Except 5g, 500HZ)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
Dimensions (mm⁄in)
Drawing Not to Scale
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product
Code
ABC-1/4
ABC-1/2
ABC-3/4
ABC-1
ABC-1-1/2
ABC-2
ABC-2-1/2
ABC-3
ABC-4
ABC-5
ABC-6
ABC-7
ABC-8
ABC-10
ABC-12
ABC-15
ABC-20
ABC-25
ABC-30
Voltage
Rating
AC
DC
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
125V
125V
125V
125V
AC Interrupting
Rating
250V
125V
35A
10000A
35A
10000A
35A
10000A
35A
10000A
100A
10000A
100A
10000A
100A
10000A
100A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
750A
10000A
750A
10000A
400A
1000A
1000A
1000A
DC Interrupting
Rating
125V
75V
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
400A
1000A
400A
1000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance**
(ohms)
3.000
0.788
0.303
0.197
0.1175
0.0755
0.05875
0.0435
0.02975
0.0286
0.02315
0.0183
0.0146
0.01205
0.0068
0.005425
0.00366
0.00263
0.002225
Typical
Melting I2t†
AC
0.02
0.19
0.8
1.4
2.9
4.2
8.53
19.5
29.1
16.4
31.6
73.2
111.9
215.6
129.6
200.2
550.8
839.3
1,429
Typical
Voltage
Drop‡
3.25
0.51
0.42
0.35
0.35
0.25
0.26
0.25
0.25
0.23
0.24
0.20
0.17
0.15
0.11
0.12
0.13
0.12
0.14
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at ≤10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (A2Sec) (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage. Measured at 70% to 80% power factor on AC)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 25°C±3°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
ABC Series, Fast Acting, Ceramic Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
BK8
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
8,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Board Washable - Hermetically sealed to withstand aqueous cleaning
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
B
V
-R
OC-81
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
AGC Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
Description
• Fast-acting, glass tube
• Optional axial leads available
• 1/4 x 1-1/4 (6.3mm x 32mm) physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• UL Listed product meets standard 248-14
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
% of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
135%
60 Minutes Maximum
200%
120 Seconds Maximum
Dimensions (mm⁄in)
Drawing Not to Scale
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: AGC 1/500-10
• UL Recognition Card: AGC 11-45
• CSA Component Acceptance Card (Class No. 1422 30)
• CSA Certification Card (Class No. 1422 01)
Environmental Data
• Shock: 1/100A thru 3/4A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 213, Test Condition I; 1A thru 30A –
MIL-STD-202, Method 207, (HI Shock)
• Vibration: 1/100A thru 30A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 204, Test Condition A (Except 5g, 500HZ)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
AGC-1/20
AGC-1/16
AGC-1/10
AGC-1/8
AGC-3/16
AGC-2/10
AGC-1/4
AGC-3/10
AGC-3/8
AGC-1/2
AGC-3/4
AGC-1
AGC-1-1/4
AGC-1-1/2
AGC-2
AGC-2-1/4
AGC-2-1/2
AGC-3
AGC-4
AGC-5
AGC-6
AGC-7
AGC-7-1/2
AGC-8
AGC-9
AGC-10
AGC-12
AGC-14
AGC-15
AGC-20
AGC-25
AGC-30
AGC-35
AGC-40
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
SPECIFICATIONS
250V
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
200A
200A
200A
200A
200A
200A
200A
200A
-
AC Interrupting
Rating
125V
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
-
32V
1000A
1000A
1000A
1000A
1000A
1000A
70A
80A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance**
(ohms)
4.500
29.000
12.565
6.800
4.900
3.360
2.300
1.670
1.203
0.615
0.312
0.190
0.145
0.115
0.078
0.067
0.057
0.045
0.030
0.024
0.020
0.017
0.0146
0.014
0.012
0.008
0.0070
0.0062
0.006
0.004
0.003
0.002
0.0014
0.0019
Typical
Melting I2t†
AC
0.00773
0.000181
0.000787
0.00131
0.00637
0.00435
0.0148
0.0208
0.0321
0.269
0.815
1.615
0.018
0.0149
0.00509
0.00588
0.00879
0.0167
0.0305
0.045
0.071
0.105
0.152
0.21
0.492
0.566
1.438
2.109
3.807
-
Typical
Voltage
Drop‡
0.67
10.41
6.00
4.67
4.12
4.51
0.89
2.88
4.59
0.59
0.37
0.31
0.35
0.27
0.28
0.26
0.31
0.25
0.22
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.19
0.18
0.20
0.14
0.12
0.11
0.12
-
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at ≤10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (A2Sec) (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage.)
‡ Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 25°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
AGC Series, Fast Acting, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
3/4
1
2/10
1/4
3/10
3/8
1/2
1/10
1/8
TIME IN SECONDS
TIME IN SECONDS
1/16
CURRENT IN AMPERES
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
BK8
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton with flaps folded
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton with flaps folded
8,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton with flaps folded
Option Code
B
V
-R
Description
Board Washable - Hermetically sealed to withstand aqueous cleaning
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
OPTION CODE
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
OC-83
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
GBB Series Very Fast Acting, Ceramic Tube
Description
• Very fast-acting
• Optional axial leads available
• 1/4" x 1-1/4" (6.3mm x 32mm) physical size
• Ceramic tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• 100pc-carton quantity weighs 1.0 lb (0.45 kg)
• UL recognized product meets standard 248-14
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current % of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
150%
2 minutes maximum
1 - 20A
250%
1 seconds maximum
400%
100%
None
150%
2 minutes maximum
25, 30A
250%
6 seconds maximum
400%
-
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
Agency Information
• UL Recognized Card: GBB 1-30A (JFHR2, E56412)
• CSA Component Certified Card
(Class 1422-01 File 53787)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Code
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
GBB-1
GBB-1-1/4
GBB-2
GBB-3
GBB-4
GBB-5
GBB-6
GBB-7
GBB-8
GBB-9
GBB-10
GBB-12
GBB-15
GBB-20
GBB-25
GBB-30
Voltage
Rating
AC
DC
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
AC Interrupting
Rating*
250V
125V
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
10,000A
200A
200A
200A
200A
200A
200A
DC Interrupting
Rating*
125V
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
10,000A
200A
200A
200A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)**
0.17750
0.17900
0.06620
0.04475
0.03175
0.02125
0.01800
0.01550
0.01360
0.01070
0.00934
0.00620
0.00472
0.00330
0.00252
0.00206
Typical
Melt I2t †
AC
DC
-
Typical
Voltage
Drop (V)‡
0.17750
0.17900
0.07000
0.04475
0.03175
0.02125
0.01800
0.01550
0.01360
0.01070
0.00934
0.08620
0.00472
0.00365
0.00252
0.00206
* Interrupting ratings: Interrupting ratings for 1-15A at 125Vdc was measured at 10,000A, 3.5 ms maximum, with time constant. Ratings 20-30A at 125Vdc were measured at 200A, 0.5 ms
maximum, with time constant. Ratings 1-15A at 125Vac were measured at 10,000A, and 70% - 80% power factor. The interrupting ratings for 1-30A at 250Vac were measured at 90% 100% power factor.
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
† Typical Melting I2t (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage) Interrupting ratings were measured at 70% to 80% power factor on AC.
‡ Typical Voltage drop (Voltage drop was measured at 25°C±3°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
GBB Series Very Fast Acting, Ceramic Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
15
20
25
30
TIME IN SECONDS
TIME IN SECONDS
1
1-1/4
CURRENT IN AMPERES
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Board Washable - Hermetically sealed to withstand aqueous cleaning
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
B
V
-R
OC-85
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
MDA Series, Time Delay, Ceramic Tube
Description
• Time Delay, ceramic tube
• Optional axial leads available
• 1/4 x 1-1/4 (6.3mm x 32mm) physical size
• Ceramic tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• UL Listed product meets standard 248-14
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current
Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
1/4 - 30A
135%
60 Minutes Max.
200%
120 Seconds Max.
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: MDA 2/10 - 20A (Guide JDYX,
File E19180)
• UL Recognized Card: MDA 25 - 30A (Guide JDYX2,
File E19180)
• CSA Certification Card: MDA 2/10 - 20
(Class No. 1422-01)
• CSA Component Acceptance: MDA 25-30A
(Class No. 1422-30)
Environmental Data
• Shock: 1/100A and 8/10A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 213, Test Condition I;
1A thru 30A – MIL-STD-202, Method 207,
(HI Shock)
• Vibration: 1/100A and 8/10A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 201; 1/4A thru 30A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 204, Test Condition C (Except 5g, 500HZ)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions (mm⁄in)
Drawing Not to Scale
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product
Code
MDA-1/4
MDA-1/2
MDA-3/4
MDA-1
MDA-1-1/2
MDA-2
MDA-2-1/2
MDA-3
MDA-4
MDA-5
MDA-6
MDA-7
MDA-8
MDA-10
MDA-12
MDA-15
MDA-20
MDA-25A
MDA-30A
*
**
†
‡
Voltage
Rating
AC
DC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
125V
250V
125V
250V
125V
AC Interrupting
Rating*
250V
125V
35A
10000A
35A
10000A
35A
10000A
35A
10000A
100A
10000A
100A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
200A
10000A
750A
10000A
750A
10000A
1500A
10000A
1500A
10000A
1500A
10000A
DC Interrupting
Rating
125V
10000A
10000A
10000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance**
(ohms)
9.325
1.925
0.8555
0.560
0.2585
0.1645
0.06685
0.0507
0.0346
0.02355
0.01850
0.01475
0.01230
0.00858
0.00725
0.00543
0.00358
0.00309
0.00243
Typical
Melting I2t†
AC
0.68
2.3
7.8
11.1
25.0
64.0
28.9
40.9
134.0
345.9
534.3
580.3
944.0
1491.3
113.8
206.2
439.5
667.9
997.0
Typical
Voltage
Drop‡
4.00
1.42
1.31
1.03
0.691
0.623
0.213
0.182
0.162
0.145
0.141
0.137
0.134
N/A
0.114
0.107
0.095
0.105
0.110
Interrupting Ratings (Measured at 70% - 80% power factor on AC. The interrupting ratings for 25Amp, 30Amp were measured at 90% - 100% power factor on AC)
DC Cold Resistance (Measured at ≤10% of rated current)
Typical Melting I2t (A2Sec) (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage)
Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 25°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
MDA Series, Time Delay, Ceramic Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
10
12
15
20
25
30
3-2/10
4
5
6-1/4
2
1
1/2
TIME IN SECONDS
TIME IN SECONDS
1/4
CURRENT IN AMPERES
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
BK8
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
8,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OPTION CODE
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
Board Washable - Hermetically sealed to withstand aqueous cleaning
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
B
V
-R
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
MDL Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
Description
• Time delay, glass tube
• Optional axial leads available
• 1/4 x 1-1/4 (6.3mm x 32mm) physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• UL Listed product meets standard 248-14
RoHS
2002/95/EC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current
Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
1/16 - 30A
135%
60 minutes max.
200%
120 seconds max.
1/16 - 3A
200%
5 seconds min.
3-2/10 - 8A
200%
12 seconds min.
Dimensions (mm⁄in)
Drawing Not to Scale
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: MDL 1/16 - 8A (Guide JDYX, File E19180)
• UL Recognized Card: MDL 9 - 30A (Guide JDYX2,
File E19180)
• CSA Certification Card: MDL 1/16 - 8A
(Class No. 1422-01)
• CSA Component Acceptance: MDL 9-30A
(Class No. 1422-30)
Environmental Data
• Shock: 1/100A and 8/10A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 213, Test Condition I; 1A thru 30A –
MIL-STD-202, Method 207, (HI Shock)
• Vibration: 1/100A and 8/10A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 201; 1/4A thru 30A – MIL-STD-202,
Method 204, Test Condition C (Except 5g, 500HZ)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
MDL-1/16
MDL-1/10
MDL-1/8
MDL-3/16
MDL-2/10
MDL-1/4
MDL-3/10
MDL-3/8
MDL-1/2
MDL-3/4
MDL-1
MDL-1-1/4
MDL-1-1/2
MDL-2
MDL-2-1/4
MDL-2-1/2
MDL-3
MDL-4
MDL-5
MDL-6
MDL-6-1/4
MDL-7
MDL-8
MDL-9
MDL-10
MDL-15
MDL-20
MDL-25
MDL-30
*
**
†
‡
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
SPECIFICATIONS
250V
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
200A
200A
200A
200A
200A
200A
-
AC Interrupting
Rating*
125V
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
10000A
-
32V
1000A
1000A
1000A
1000A
1000A
1000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance**
(ohms)
38.000
15.900
9.850
4.680
4.115
3.200
2.300
2.800
1.725
0.822
0.525
0.320
0.250
0.173
0.068
0.096
0.067
0.035
0.023
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.011
0.009
0.008
0.006
0.002
0.001
0.001
Typical
Melting I2t†
AC
0.0046
0.0420
0.0422
0.116
0.314
0.447
0.412
0.982
1.656
4.343
11.498
86.2
22.7
62.3
49.6
63.1
67.5
19.3
32.0
37.4
38.7
42.7
47.8
51.5
64.4
354.0
2914.0
15221.0
15581.0
Typical
Voltage
Drop‡
2.79
1.95
1.52
1.05
0.972
0.965
0.808
1.46
1.27
1.01
0.995
0.722
0.721
0.644
0.535
0.410
0.345
0.187
0.160
0.155
0.152
0.140
0.119
0.124
0.114
0.130
0.530
0.30
0.40
Interrupting Ratings (Interrupting ratings were measured at 70% - 80% power factor on AC)
DC Cold Resistance (Measured at ≤10% of rated current)
Typical Melting I2t (A2Sec) (I2t was measured at listed interrupting rating and rated voltage.)
Typical Voltage Drop (Voltage drop was measured at 25°C±3°C ambient temperature at rated current)
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
MDL Series, Time Delay, Glass Tube
TIME CURRENT CURVE
1000
900
800
700
500
500
400
300
2
1-1/2
300
1-6/10
600
400
200
40
20
25
30
15
10
5
6-1/4
1-1/4
3-2/10
200
100
90
80
70
60
100
90
80
70
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
9
8
7
6
10
9
8
7
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
.2
.2
.1
.09
.08
.07
.06
TIME IN SECONDS
.1
.09
.08
.07
.06
.05
.05
.04
.04
5000
4000
3000
2000
600
700
800
900
1000
500
400
200
300
60
70
80
90
100
50
40
30
20
5
6
7
8
9
10
4
.01
3
.01
2
.03
.02
1
.03
.02
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
TIME IN SECONDS
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
5000
4000
3000
2000
600
700
800
900
1000
500
400
300
200
60
70
80
90
100
50
40
30
20
5
6
7
8
9
10
4
3
2
1
CURRENT IN AMPERES
1000
900
800
700
600
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
BK8
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
8,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OPTION CODE
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Description
Board Washable - Hermetically sealed to withstand aqueous cleaning
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
B
V
-R
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
MDQ Series Dual Element, Time Delay, Glass Fuse
Description
• Dual element, time delay
• 1/4" x 1-1/4" (6.3mm x 32mm) physical size
• Glass tube, nickel-plated brass endcap construction
• UL Listed product meets standard 248-14
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rated Current % of Amp Rating
Opening Time
100%
None
1/16A - 30A
135%
60 minutes maximum
200%
120 seconds maximum
Agency Information
• UL Listed Card: MDQ-1/16 - 7A (Guide JDYX,
File E19180)
• UL Recognition Card: MDQ-7.5 - 30A
(Guide JDYX2, File E19180)
• CSA Component Acceptance Card:
MDQ-1/100 - 30 (Class 1422-01)
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
Dimensions
mm
⁄(inches)
SPECIFICATIONS
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Product Code
MDQ-1/16
MDQ-1/10
MDQ-1/8
MDQ-3/16
MDQ-2/10
MDQ-1/4
MDQ-3/10
MDQ-3/8
MDQ-1/2
MDQ-3/4
MDQ-1
MDQ-1-1/4
MDQ-1-1/2
MDQ-2
MDQ-2-1/4
MDQ-2-1/2
MDQ-3
MDQ-4
MDQ-5
MDQ-6
MDQ-6-1/4
MDQ-7
MDQ-8
MDQ-9
MDQ-10
MDQ-15
MDQ-20
MDQ-25
MDQ-30
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
Interrupting
Rating
AC
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
35A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
100A
200A
200A
200A
200A
200A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
1,000A
Typical DC Cold
Resistance
(ohms)**
83.30000
35.00000
21.50000
10.00000
8.65000
5.77500
4.20000
2.35000
1.40000
0.39685
0.37400
0.36000
0.27000
0.13250
0.11450
0.10050
0.05715
0.03510
0.02650
0.01715
0.01690
0.01375
0.01200
0.00888
0.00720
0.00410
0.00150
0.00123
0.00105
** DC Cold Resistance (Measured at <10% of rated current)
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuses
MDQ Series Dual Element, Time Delay, Glass Fuse
TIME CURRENT CURVE
15
20
25
30
10
5
6-1/4
3-2/10
1
1-1/4
3/10
1/2
2/10
TIME IN SECONDS
TIME IN SECONDS
1/10
1-1/2
1-6/10
2
CURRENT IN AMPERES
CURRENT IN AMPERES
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
Description
100 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
1,000 pieces of fuses packed into a cardboard carton
OPTION CODE
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Description
Board Washable - Hermetically sealed to withstand aqueous cleaning
Axial leads - copper tinned wire with nickel plated brass overcaps
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
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Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Traditional Ferrule Fuses - Ferrule Type
Option Code
B
V
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Automotive Fuses - Blade
Blade-Type Fuses
ATM Series, Fast Acting
15A
20A
25A
30A
7.5A
10A
2A
3A
4A
5A
Time-Current Characteristic Curves–Average Melt
RoHS
2002/95/EC
100
AMPERE
RATING
10
Dimensional Data
.430"
10.92mm
TIME IN SECONDS
.15"
3.81mm
.347" ( 0.016)
±0.41)
1
.295" ( 0.012)
±0.30)
.1
Catalog Symbol: ATM
Fast-Acting
Ampere Ratings: 2 to 30 Amperes
Interrupting Rating: 1,000 Amperes
Ordering: Specify packaging and product code
CURRENT IN AMPERES
200
Voltage
Rating DC
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
100
Body
Color
Gray
Violet
Pink
Tan
Brown
Red
Lt. Blue
Yellow
Natural White
Green
10
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
ATM-2
ATM-3
ATM-4
ATM-5
ATM-7 1/2
ATM-10
ATM-15
ATM-20
ATM-25
ATM-30
1
.4
.01
Recommended Bussmann Fuseholders
Blade-Type
ATM
Part
Description
HHM
Fuseholder w/Cover
HHM-B
Body Only
HHM-C
Cover Only
HHL
Fuseholder w/Cover
HHL-B
Body Only
Fuse Size
3-30 Amps
—
2-20 Amps
Wire Size
#12 Lead Wire;
4" Length
—
#16 Lead Wire;
4" Length
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
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Description
5 pieces of fuses packed in a tin
500 pieces of fuses packed in a carton
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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ATC Series, Fast Acting
Time-Current Characteristic Curves–Average Melt
AMPERE
RATING
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
3
4
5
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Automotive Fuses - Blade
Blade-Type Automotive Fuses
100
Dimensional Data
5.25mm
.207”
12.5mm
.5m
.492”
6.67mm
.263”
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
ATC-1
ATC-2
ATC-3
ATC-4
ATC-5
ATC-7 1/2
ATC-10
ATC-15
ATC-20
ATC-25
ATC-30
ATC-40
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Body
Color
Black
Gray
Violet
Pink
Tan
Brown
Red
Blue
Yellow
Clear
Green
Amber
.01
100
Catalog Symbol: ATC
Fast-Acting
Ampere Rating: 1 to 40 Amperes
Interrupting Rating: 1,000 Amperes
Agency Approvals: U.L. Recognized, (3-40A)
Guide JFHR2, File E56412
Ordering: Specify packaging and product code
1,000
.1
10
14.6mm
.575”
16.7mm
.657”
1
1
4.13mm
.163”
19.1mm
1m
.752”
TIME IN SECONDS
11.7mm
.460”
19.3mm
93
.760”
10
CURRENT IN AMPERES
Recommended Bussmann Fuseholders*
Voltage
Rating DC
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Blade-Type
ATC
Part
Description
Fuse Size
Wire Size
HHC
Yellow Fuseholder
3-20 Amps
#16 Lead Wire
HHF
Black Fuseholder w/cover
3-20 Amps
#14 Lead Wire
HHD
Black Fuseholder
3-30 Amps
#12 Lead Wire
HHG
Black Fuseholder w/cover
3-30 Amps
#12 Lead Wire
HHD-C
Cover Only
—
—
*Also used in Bussmann 1A5600 Fuse Clips (0-20A)
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
Description
5 pieces of fuses packed in a tin
2,000 pieces of fuses packed in a carton
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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Automotive Fuses - Blade
Blade-Type Fuses
MAX Series
Time-Current Characteristic Curves–Average Melt
100
10
All tolerances: ±0.008"/-.005"
±0.20mm/-0.13mm
30
3322 V
V
.350
0"
0
.850
850
0"
(8.9mm)
8.9m
(21.6mm)
1.6m
TIME IN SECONDS
Dimensional Data
BUSS
M
MA
AX
XII--FFU
US
SE
E
AMPERE
RATING
30
40
50
60
20
RoHS
2002/95/EC
1
0.5""
(12.7mm)
2.7m
.315"
(8.0mm)
.1
Voltage
Rating DC
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
32V
CURRENT IN AMPERES
2,000
Body
Color
Yellow
Green
Orange
Red
Blue
Tan
Natural
1,000
Product
Code
MAX-20
MAX-30
MAX-40
MAX-50
MAX-60
MAX-70
MAX-80
100
SPECIFICATIONS
20
30
40
50
10
.01
4
Catalog Symbol: MAX
Fast-Acting
Ampere Rating: 20 to 80 Amperes
Interrupting Rating: 1,000 Amperes
Ordering: Specify packaging and product code
Recommended Bussmann Fuseholders
Blade-Type
MAX
Part
Description
HHX
Fuseholder w/Cover
HHX-B
Body Only
HHX-C
Cover Only
Fuse Size
20-60 Amps
—
Wire Size
#6 Lead Wire;
5" Length
—
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
1 pieces of fuses packed in a tin
250 pieces of fuses packed in a carton
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-94
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
PC Board Fuseclips
for 5mm Diameter Fuses
HTC-15M, HTC-140M
RoHS
2002/95/EC
PCB Mounted Fuse Holder & Snap-On Cover
.531"
.345"
.571"
866"
.866"
.866
Dia. (Typ.)
T
.177"
217"
(4.5mm)
.319"
.177"
.50"
BUSS
(12.7mm)
PCB Mounted Fuseclip
RoHS
2002/95/EC
.157"
(3.99mm)
.929"
2
(23.6mm)
6
.61"
6
(15.5mm)
.5
.031"
(.79mm)
.012"
.217"
(.3mm)
(5.5mm)
.50"
.50"
(12.7mm)
(12.7mm)
HTC-211M
RoHS
2002/95/EC
PCB Mounted Fuseclip with End Stops
Construction: Tin-plated brass
*Equivalent replacement to HTC-210M
1A3399 Series**
PCB Fuseclips with
Catalog Numbers
1A3399-01
1A3399-04
1A3399-10
End Stops & Straight Leads
Clip Material*
Finish
Beryllium copper* Silver
Beryllium copper* Bright tin
Spring bronze
Bright tin
.062"
.115"
(1.6mm)
(2.9mm)
.254"
(5.7mm)
(3.2mm)
.237"
(6.5mm)
.030"
(1.6mm)
.060"
.125"
(1.5mm)
(3.2mm)
(6.0mm)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
.225"
.125"
Accessories - Fuseclips
Construction: Tin-plated bronze
Tape and Fan Fold packed
Ammo Pack (AP/HTC-200M) 1000 pieces per box
Mounting Holes
.890"
Cover
(22.0mm)
(4.5mm)
(5.5mm)
(9.0mm)
BUSS
HTC-200M
.217"
1.047"
1.047
(26.6mm)
BUSS
Voltage Rating: 250V, 6.3A, 1.6W
HTC-15M (fuse holder), HTC-140M (natural cover),
HTC-150M* (transparent cover)
*Available in bulk only. Use this format: BK/HTC-150M
.188"
(4.8mm)
*Beryllium copper recommended for amps higher than 15 amps (1⁄4” clips).
1A5018 Series**
.180"
(4.57mm)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
.440"
4
(1
PCB High Profile Fuseclips with End Stops & Straight Leads
Catalog Numbers
Clip Material*
Finish
1A5018-07
Spring bronze
Silver
1A5018-10
Spring bronze
Bright tin
.230"
(5.84mm)
.047"
(1.2mm)
.140"
.180"
(3.7mm)
(4.6mm)
*Beryllium copper recommended for amps higher than 15 amps (1⁄4” clips).
1A5601 Series
PCB Fuseclips (0-7A)
Catalog Number
Clip Material
1A5601
Cartridge brass
.246"
.344" + .015"
(6.3mm)
(8.73mm + 0.38mm)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
.344" + .015"
(8.73mm + 0.38mm)
Finish
Bright tin
.141" + .015"
(3.58mm + 0.38mm)
.060"
.266"
(1.5mm)
(6.75mm)
.022" + .002"
.032" + .002"
(0.56mm + 0.05mm)
1A5602 Series
PCB Fuseclips (0-7A)
Catalog Number
Clip Material
1A5602
Cartridge brass
.250"
(6.35mm)
(.81mm + .05mm)
.219"
RoHS
2002/95/EC
(5.57mm)
Finish
Bright tin
.500"
.250"
(12.70mm)
(6.35mm)
.140"
(3.56mm)
.093"
(2.36mm)
.047"
.216"
(5.48mm)
LEGS TO FIT
IN .052" (1.3mm) DIA.
HOLES ON CENTER
(1.19mm)
**For RoHS compliant version, add “-R” option code suffix to part number.
OC-95
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
PC Board Fuseclips
for 1/4" Diameter Fuses
1A3398 Series**
(2.6mm)
(7.1mm)
.255"
(6.5mm)
PCB Fuseclips without End Stops or Straight Leads
Catalog Numbers
Clip Material
Finish
1A3398-07
Cartridge brass
Bright tin
.155"
.245"
(3.94mm)
(6.2mm)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
.410"
1
( 4
(10.4mm)
.280"
(7.1mm)
(2.6mm)
.060"
(1.5mm)
.320"
.140"
.280"
(3.6mm) (7.1mm)
(8.13mm)
Accessories - Fuseclips
1A1907 Series**
PCB Fuseclips with
Catalog Numbers
1A1907-02
1A1907-03
1A1907-05
1A1907-06
.155"
.280"
(2.6mm)
End Stops & Straight Leads
Clip Material*
Finish
Cartridge brass
None/bright dipped
Beryllium copper* Bright tin
Beryllium copper* Silver
Cartridge brass
Bright tin
(3.94mm)
(7.1mm)
.255"
(6.5mm)
(6.2mm)
.280"
.410"
1
.060"
(1.5mm)
.320"
*Beryllium copper recommended for amps higher than 15A ⁄4” clips).
.140"
.245"
(6.2mm)
.155"
(3.94mm)
.102"
(2.6mm)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
.410"
1
(10.4mm)
4m
.255"
.060"
.280"
8
(7.11mm)
1m
(5.79mm)
(3.81mm)
.323"
(1.5mm)
(8.20mm)
1A4534 Series**
.245"
(6.2mm)
End Stops & Angled Out Leads
Clip Material*
Finish
Beryllium copper* Bright tin
Cartridge brass
Bright tin
.320"
(8.13mm)
.228"
(6.5mm)
*Beryllium copper recommended for amps higher than 15A (1⁄4” clips).
.155"
(3.94mm)
.102"
(2.6mm)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
.410"
1
(10.4mm)
4m
.255"
.060"
.280"
8
(7.11mm)
1m
(5.79mm)
(3.81mm)
.323"
(1.5mm)
1A1119 Series**
.320"
(8.13mm)
.228"
(6.5mm)
*Beryllium copper recommended for amps higher than 15A (1⁄4” clips).
Stops & Angled In
Clip Material*
Beryllium copper*
Beryllium copper*
Cartridge brass
.280"
(8.13mm)
PCB Fuseclips without End Stops or Angled Out Leads
Catalog Numbers
Clip Material*
Finish
1A4533-01
Beryllium copper* Bright tin
1A4533-06
Cartridge brass
Bright tin
Fuseclips with End
Catalog Numbers
1A1119-04
1A1119-05
1A1119-10
(7.1mm)
(3.6mm) (7.1mm)
1A4533 Series**
PCB Fuseclips with
Catalog Numbers
1A4534-01
1A4534-06
(2.6mm)
( 4
(10.4mm)
1
RoHS
2002/95/EC
.245"
(8.20mm)
.132"
.285"
(3.4mm)
(7.24mm)
Leads
Finish
Bright tin
Silver
Bright tin
.420"
.187"
(10.67mm)
(4.8mm)
.080"
.290"
(7.4mm)
.155"
(3.9mm)
.360"
(2.03mm)
*Beryllium copper recommended for amps higher than 15A (1⁄4” clips).
1A1120 Series**
(9.14mm)
(
)
.132"
.265"
PCB Fuseclips without End Stops or Angled In Leads
Catalog Numbers
Clip Material*
Finish
1A1120-02
Cartridge brass
None/bright dipped
1A1120-05
Beryllium copper* Silver
1A1120-06
Beryllium copper* Bright tin
1A1120-09
Cartridge brass
Bright tin
.410"
.187"
(10.4mm)
(4.8mm)
.080"
.312"
(7.9mm)
.255"
(2.03mm)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
(3.4mm)
(6.7mm)
(6.5mm)
.312"
(7.9mm)
.250"
(6.5mm)
RoHS
2002/95/EC
.290"
.155"
(3.9mm)
(7.4mm)
.360"
(9.14mm)
*Beryllium copper recommended for amps higher than 15A (1⁄4” clips).
**For RoHS compliant version, add “-R” option code suffix to part number.
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-96
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 20mm Fuseholders
HTC Printed Circuit Board Series
Description
• For 5mm x 20mm fuses
• Fuse carriers are interchangeable
• Both vertical and horizontal mounting features
• Fuse carrier and knob are spring loaded
bayonet type with screwdriver slot
• Solderability in accordance with IEC 68-2-20
• Shock safety of PC2
• High temperature thermoplastic meets:
• UL 94-VO
• Glow wire test: 960°C per IEC 695-2-1
HTC series printed circuit board fuseholders accept
5 x 20mm fuses.
Agency Information
• UL Recognized: IZLT2, E14853A
• CSA Component Certified: Class 6225-01, File 47235
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
Material
Tin Plating
Copper, Tin Plated
Thermoplastic
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
HTC-45M
HTC-50M
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
UL
6.3A
6.3A
Current Rating
Agency Approval
CSA
6.3A
6.3A
SEMKO
6.3A
6.3A
Ambient
Temperature
24C
24C
Temperature
Rise
41C
41C
Mounting
Vertical
Horizontal
Accessories - Fuseholders
Component
Clip
Terminals
Body
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
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Description
10 pieces of fuseholder packed into a carton
100 pieces of fuseholders packed into a cardboard shelf package
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-97
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
5mm x 20mm Fuseholders
HTC Panel Mount Series
Description
• For 5mm x 20mm fuses
• Tin-plated brass terminals
• Shock safety of PC2
• High temperature Thermoplastic meets:
• UL 94 VO
• Glow wire test: 960°C IEC 695-2-1
• Designed to IEC 68-2-20
Agency Information
• UL Recognized: IZLT2, E14853A
• CSA Component Certified: Class 6225-01, File 47235
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
HTC-35M
HTC-40M
HTC-55M
HTC-70M
Cap
Type
Threaded Cap/Carrier
Screwdriver Slot
Bayonet Cap/Carrier
Bayonet Cap/Carrier
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
250V
250V
250V
Current
Rating
AC
6.3A
6.3A
6.3A
10A
Ambient
Temperature
24C
24C
24C
24C
Temperature
Rise
43C
43C
43C
43C
Maximum
Temperature
(C)
75
75
65
65
Dimensions
Accessories - Fuseholders
Drawing Not to Scale
HTC-35M
HTC-55M
HTC-40M
HTC-70M
Component
Terminal
Body
Cap
Nut
Material
Tin-Plated Brass
Thermoplastic
Thermoplastic
Polycarbonate
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PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Description
10 pieces of fuseholders packed into a carton
100 pieces of fuseholders packed into a cardboard shelf package
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-98
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
Fuseholders
HB PCB Series (HBH, HBV, HBW)
Description
• For 1/4" x 1-1/4" and 5mm x 20mm fuses
• Fuse carriers are interchangeable
• Carriers are color coded for easy identification:
• Gray for 1/4" fuses
• Black for 5mm fuses
• Both vertical and horizontal mounting features
• Fuse carrier and knob are spring loaded
bayonet type with screwdriver slot
• “Kicked” terminals (all models) for optimum
wave-soldering
• Stabilizer pins on HBV model
• High dielectric molded thermoplastic meets UL 94 VO
Resistance Ratings
• Insulation Resistance: 10,000 megaohm at 500Vdc
• Contact Resistance: Less than 0.005 ohms at 200mV
Dielectric Strength
• Dielectric Strength: Over 200mV
Agency Information
• UL Recognized: IZLT2, E14853
• CSA Component Acceptance: Class 6225-01,
File 47235
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Environmental Data
• Temperature Rating (RTI): The mounting body for all
devices has a temperature rating of 150°C. The knob for
all devices has a temperature rating of 130°C.
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
Body
Mount
Horizontal
Horizontal
Vertical w/ Stability Pins
Vertical w/ Stability Pins
Vertical w/o Stability Pins
Vertical w/o Stability Pins
Horizontal
Vertical w/ Stability Pins
Vertical w/o Stability Pins
na
na
Carrier
Size
1/4" x 1-1/4"
5mm x 20mm
1/4" x 1-1/4"
5mm x 20mm
1/4" x 1-1/4"
5mm x 20mm
na
na
na
1/4" x 1-1/4"
5mm x 20mm
Voltage
Rating
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
UL
16A
16A
16A
16A
16A
16A
16A
16A
16A
16A
16A
Current Rating
Agency Approval
CSA
VDE
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
12A
6.3A
SEMKO
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
Accessories - Fuseholders
HBH-I
HBH-M
HBV-I
HBV-M
HBW-I
HBW-M
HBH
HBV
HBW
FBI
FBM
Fuseholder
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
Description
10 pieces of fuseholders packed into a carton
100 pieces of fuseholders packed into a cardboard shelf package
OPTION CODE
Option Code
-R
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-99
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseholders
HKP Panel Mount Series
Description
• For 1/4" x 1-1/4" (6.3mm x 32mm) fuses
• Maximum panel thickness 5/16" (7.9mm) thick
• Bayonet-type Knob
• Vibration Resistant
• Military version is designated FHN26G1
• Plastic nut – BK/1A4287
• Metal nut – BK/1A4806-2
• Cap – 9435-1/2
• Neoprene washer – 9732
Agency Information
• UL Recognized: IZLT2, E14853
• CSA Component Acceptance:
Class 6225-01, File 47235
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Environmental Data
• Temperature rating (RTI): The mounting body for
all devices has a temperature rating of 150°C.
The knob for these devices are molded plastic
with a temperature rating of 150°C.
• Thermoplastic meets UL 94 HB
• Terminal Strength: 5 pounds
• Torque: Mounting – 20 inch-pound
• Salt Spray (corrosion): Test condition B
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
HKP-BBHH, HKP-HH, HKP-LW-HH
Accessories - Fuseholders
HKP, HKP-L, and HKP-W
HKP-OO
Component
Terminal
Body
Cap
Nut
Material
Tin-Plated Brass
Thermoset
Thermoset
Thermoplastic
OC-100
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseholders
HKP Panel Mount Series
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
HKP
HKP-BBHH
HKP-HH
HKP-L
HKP-LW-HH
HKP-OO
HKP-W
Feature
Standard
1/4" Quick Connects, nut and washer assembled
1/4" Quick Connects
2250 stand-off barrier
Drip-proof knob, 2250V stand-off barrier and 1/4" quick connects
Snap-lock
Drip-proof knob
Voltage
Rating
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Current
Rating
30A
20A
20A
30A
20A
30A
30A
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
Description
10 pieces of fuseholders packed into a carton
100 pieces of fuseholder components packed separately into a carton
OPTION CODE
Option Code
-R
Description
RoHS compliant version
Accessories - Fuseholders
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-101
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
Fuseholders
HTB Panel Mount Series
Description
• For 1/4" x 1-1/4" and 5mm x 20mm fuses
• All holder bodies have the option of using
1/4" x 1-1/4" or 5mm x 20mm carriers
• Withstands 15 to 20 lbs-in torque to mounting
nut when mounting fuseholder to panel
• High temperature, flame retardant,
Thermoplastic meets UL 94 VO
RoHS
2002/95/EC
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Current
Code
Rating
HTB-X2I
15A
HTB-X4I
15A
HTB-X6I
20A
HTB-X8I
20A
HTB-X2M
15A
HTB-X4M
15A
HTB-X6M
16A
HTB-X8M
16A
Voltage
Rating
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
250V
Fuse
Size
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
1/4" x 1-1/4"
5mm x 20mm
5mm x 20mm
5mm x 20mm
5mm x 20mm
Quick
Connect
3/16"
3/16"
1/4"
1/4"
3/16"
3/16"
1/4"
1/4"
Maximum Panel Thickness
Body Type
HTB-2
HTB-3
HTB-4
HTB-5
HTB-6
HTB-8
HTB-9
Inch
0.30
0.30
0.125
0.125
0.30
0.125
0.125
Agency Information
• UL Recognized: IZLT2, E14853
• CSA Component Acceptance:
Class 6225-01, File 47235
• VDE Certified: 136128, HTB-XXM
• SEMKO Certification: Ref. #0146149/01, HTB-XXM
Mounting Dimensions
Replacement Parts
Millimeters
7.62
7.62
3.18
3.18
7.62
3.18
3.18
Dimensional Data
Accessories - Fuseholders
Terminal Options
Knob Type Carrier
Solder/
‹Ω¡ §∑ Quick-Connect
Common Dimensional Data:
Length (Knob Type) - 1.69∑
(42.9mm) Plus In-Line Terminal
(Screwdriver Slotted)
1.75∑ (44.5mm)
NOTE: Plus In-Line Terminal
0.47"
1.125"
(11.9mm)
(28.6mm)
Maximum
Panel
Thickness
0.30∑
7.62mm
Low Profile
Rear Hex Nut
0.09" NOM.
(2.4mm)
0.69"
0.91"
(17.5mm)
(23.0mm)
HTB-2
In-Line
Rt. Angle
Carrier Options
⁄Ω¢∑ Quick-Connect
In-Line
Rt. Angle
Knob
0.34"
0.33"
(8.7mm)
(8.3mm)
0.47"
(11.9mm)
HTB-4
0.67"
0.92"
(17.1mm)
(23.4mm)
5mm x 20mm
(“M” Equals Metric)
Knob
0.45"
(11.5mm)
HTB-22I
HTB-24I
HTB-26I
HTB-28I
✓
—
HTB-22M
HTB-24M
HTB-26M
HTB-28M
—
✓
HTB-42I
HTB-44I
HTB-46I
HTB-48I
✓
—
HTB-42M
HTB-44M
HTB-46M
HTB-48M
—
✓
HTB-62I
HTB-64I
HTB-66I
HTB-68I
✓
—
HTB-62M
HTB-64M
HTB-66M
HTB-68M
—
✓
HTB-82I
HTB-84I
HTB-86I
HTB-88I
✓
—
HTB-82M
HTB-84M
HTB-86M
HTB-88M
—
✓
0.125∑
3.18mm
High
Profile
Rear Hex Nut
⁄Ω¢∑ x 1⁄Ω¢∑
(“I” Equals Inches)
0.30∑
7.62mm
Front
Hex Nut
HTB-6
0.47"
1.125"
(11.9mm)
(28.6mm)
0.125∑
3.18mm
Low Profile
Snap-In
HTB-8
Fuseholders and fuse carriers may be ordered separately.
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Fuseholders
HTB Panel Mount Series
Dimensional Data
Terminal Options
Knob Type Carrier
Carrier Options
Solder/
‹Ω¡ §∑ Quick-Connect
Common Dimensional Data:
Length (Knob Type) - 1.69∑
(42.9mm) Plus In-Line Terminal
(Screwdriver Slotted)
1.75∑ (44.5mm)
NOTE: Plus In-Line Terminal
0.17"
1.58"
(4.37mm)
(40.03mm)
Maximum
Panel
Thickness
0.41"
1.34"
(34.13mm)
In-Line
Rt. Angle
⁄Ω¢∑ ≈ 1⁄Ω¢∑
(“I” Equals Inches)
0.47"
0.33"
HTB-5
0.17"
1.59"
(4.37mm)
(40.08mm)
Screwdriver
0.45"
(11.9mm)
(8.3mm)
(11.5mm)
HTB-32I
HTB-34I
HTB-36I
HTB-38I
✓
—
HTB-32M
HTB-34M
HTB-36M
HTB-38M
—
✓
HTB-52I
HTB-54I
HTB-56I
HTB-58I
✓
—
HTB-52M
HTB-54M
HTB-56M
HTB-58M
—
✓
HTB-92I
HTB-94I
HTB-96I
HTB-98I
✓
—
HTB-92M
HTB-94M
HTB-96M
HTB-98M
—
✓
0.125∑
3.18mm
High Profile
Rear Hex Nut
5mm ≈ 20mm
(“M” Equals Metric)
Screwdriver
0.34"
HTB-3
(10.31mm)
Rt. Angle
(8.7mm)
0.30∑
7.62mm
Low Profile
Rear Hex Nut
In-Line
⁄Ω¢∑ Quick-Connect
0.125∑
3.18mm
Low-Profile
Snap-In
HTB-9
Fuseholders and fuse carriers may be ordered separately.
Ordering Information
FUS
E CARRIER ONLY
HTB-
Product
ymbol
S
Body Configuration and Mounting
Finger Grip Holders
2 — Low Profile (Rear Panel Hex-Nut)
4 — High Profile
* 6 — (Front Panel Hex-Nut)
8 — Low Profile (Snap-In)
crewdriver S
S
lotted Holders
3 — Low Profile
5 — High Profile
9 — Low Profile (Snap-In)
Fuse Carrier
I — ⁄Ω¢∑ x 1-1⁄Ω¢∑
M — 5mm x 20mm
Rear Terminal Configuration
2 — Solder / ‹Ω¡§∑ Quick-Connect
(In-Line)
4 — Solder / ‹Ω¡§∑ Quick-Connect
(Right Angle)
6 — ⁄Ω¢∑ Quick-Connect (In-Line)
8 — ⁄Ω¢∑ Quick-Connect (Right Angle)
P
Slash Proof
p
(Optional on -2,
-4, -6, and -8)
-R
RoHS
Compliant
Version
Packaging
(Blank) – Std.
BK/ – Bulk
Product
y
Smbol
FT — Knob Type
(For 20, 40, 60,
and 80 Series
Only)
T
S — Screwdriver
Slotted (For 30,
50, and 90 Series
Only)
Fuse Carrier
I — ⁄Ω¢∑ x 1⁄Ω¢∑
M — 5mm x 20mm
Accessories - Fuseholders
Packing
(Blank) – Std.
BK/ – Bulk
S
*Profile varies with panel thickness. Holder installs thru rear of panel.
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
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Description
10 pieces of fuseholders packed into a carton
100 pieces of fuseholders packed into a cardboard shelf package
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-103
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
1/4" x 7/8" to 1-1/4" Fuseholders
HHB In-Line Series
Description
• For 1/4" x 7/8" to 1/4" x 1-1/4" fuses
• Accepts #16 to #12 AWG copper wire
• Simple crimp assembly
• “Snap-Lock” feature provides strong positive union
• High visibility yellow color
• Recommended crimp tools:
• Thomas & Betts – ERG-2002
• Channelock No. 909
• General Electric – U.S. & Metric Electrical
Terminal Tool
• UL flammability rating 94 V2
Environmental Data
• Pull Force: 5 pounds minimum to separate
fuseholder housing with fuse inside
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
HHB
Voltage
Rating
AC
32V
Component
Body
Crimp
Current
Rating
AC
30A
Material
Nylon
Copper Tin-Plated
PACKAGING CODE
Accessories - Fuseholders
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
Description
10 pieces of fuseholders packed into a carton
1,000 pieces of fuseholders packed into a cardboard shelf package
OPTION CODE
Option Code
Y408
R408
B408
Y419
R419
B419
-R
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Description
#14 AWG insulated wire with 8 inch yellow leads
#14 AWG insulated wire with 8 inch red leads
#14 AWG insulated wire with 8 inch black leads
#14 AWG insulated wire with 19 inch yellow leads
#14 AWG insulated wire with 19 inch red leads
#14 AWG insulated wire with 19 inch black leads
RoHS Compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-104
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseholders
HFB In-Line Waterproof Series
Description
• For 1/4" x 1-1/4" (6.35mm x 31.8mm) fuses
• Ideal for harsh environments
• Water
• Salt Spray
• Ultraviolet Light
• Ozone
• -40° to 150°C temperature range
• Withstands many organic solvents
and rigorous shock and vibration
• Accepts #18 to #12 AWG copper wire
• High visibility yellow color
• Recommended crimp tools:
• Thomas & Betts – WT-112M
• California Terminal Products No. 1250
• Channelock No. 909
• Replacement contact clip: BK/1A2294
• UL flammability rating 94 HB
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
Component
Body
Crimp
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Environmental Data
• Temperature Rating (RTI): 100°C
• Waterproof typically to a depth of 1 foot for 2 hours
• Vibration Resistance: Per MIL STD 810C
• Humidity: 85°C/85% relative humidity for 96 hours
• Brittle Point: Less than -60°C
• Abrasion: 54% NBS index
• Fluid resistance: Type and Class AA, BA, BC, BE, CA,
CE per ASTM D-2000 Standard Classification System
for rubbers
• Flame Resistance: Pass FMVSS302 and related slow
burning when tested in accordance with UL 94HB
• Ozone Resistance: Passed 70 Hours in 50 ppm ozone
per ASTM D-5
• Salt Spray: 15% for 166 hours = 0% volume swell
• Xenon Arc Weatherometer
Material
Thermoplastic Rubber
Copper Tin-Plated
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
HFB
Voltage
Rating
AC
32V
Current
Rating
AC
30A
Tensile
Strength
(psi)
1100
1130
1190
100%
Mod.
(psi)
470
520
520
Elong.
(%)
375
350
350
• Heat Aging (% Retention of Mechanical
Properties at 125°C)
Parameters
Tensile Strength
% Elongation
100% Mod.
1
100
90
105
7
105
90
110
Days
15
115
90
120
30
120
90
120
41.7
120
90
120
Accessories - Fuseholders
Time
(Hrs)
0
500
1000
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
Description
10 pieces of fuseholders packed into a carton
100 pieces of fuseholders packed into a poly bag
OPTION CODE
Option Code
-R
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-105
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseholders
HFA In-Line Waterproof Series
Description
• For 1/4" x 1-1/4" (6.35mm x 31.8mm) fuses
• Waterproof for exposed locations
• Accepts #16 to #12 copper wire
• Copper crimp lead material
• Recommended crimp tools:
• Thomas & Betts – WT-112M
• Thomas & Betts – ERG-2002
• Channelock No. 909
• High temperature, flame retardant,
phenolic meets UL 94 HB
• Crimp or 1/4" quick connect terminals
• In-line connection
Agency Information
• UL Recognized: (IZLT2, E14853) HFA recognized with
use of No. 12 AWG copper conductors secured with
Thomas & Betts crimping tool WT-180 or WT-112M
• HFA-HH not UL Recognized
Environmental Data
• Temperature Rating (RTI): 150°C
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
Component
Body
Crimp
Material
Phenolic
Copper, Tin-Plated
Accessories - Fuseholders
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
HFA
HFA-HH
Voltage
Rating
250V
250V
Current
Rating
20A
20A
Terminal
Crimp
1/4 Quick Connect
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
Description
10 pieces of fuseholders packed into a carton
20 pieces of fuseholders packed into a carton
OPTION CODE
Option Code
-R
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Description
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-106
Courtesy of Steven Engineering, Inc.-230 Ryan Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080-6370-Main Office: (650) 588-9200-Outside Local Area: (800) 258-9200-www.stevenengineering.com
1/4" x 7/8" to 1-1/4" Fuseholders
HRK Universal In-Line Series
Description
• For 1/4" x 7/8" to 1/4" x 1-1/4" fuses
• #14 AWG copper wire leads
• 8" (203mm) leads
• Three springs furnished to accept different fuse lengths
• Wire leads are staked and soldered to the contacts of
the fuseholder
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and option code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Code
HRK
Voltage
Rating
32V
Current
Rating
15A
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK
Description
10 pieces of fuseholder packed into a carton
100 pieces of fuseholder packed into a carton
Visit us on the web at:
www.cooperbussmann.com
Accessories - Fuseholders
OPTION CODE
Option Code
-R
Description
RoHS compliant version
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-107
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MINI® Fuseholders
HHL & HHM
Description
• In-Line Fuseholders for MINI® Fuses.
• Voltage Rating: 32Vdc maximum
• Current Rating: See Table
• Body material withstands high temps. Protective cover
has removable straps.
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
1.56"
.59"
.25"
.25"
4.75"
.41"
4.75"
MINI® Fuse Blade Type Holder
Accessories - Fuseholders
Catalog
No.
Description
HHL
Black fuseholder w/cover
HHL-B
Black fuseholder - Body only
HHM
Black fuseholder w/cover
HHM-B
Black fuseholder - Body only
HHM-C
Black cover only
Electrical
Connection
Fuse Size
2-20A
2-30A
#16 black lead wire;
4" length stripped to 1/4"
#12 red lead wire;
4" length stripped to 1/4"
Maximum Continuous
Current Rating
16A*
24A*
Bulk Products (Bulk Quantity - 1000 Pieces)
Catalog
No.
BK/HHL-R
Description
Black fuseholder - Body only
Electrical
Connection
Fuse Size
2-20A
#16 red lead wire;
4" length stripped to 1/4"
Maximum Continuous
Current Rating
16A*
* or 80% of fuse rating, whichever is less
A fuse must be properly and fully inserted into the holder to provide a solid connection. Poor or
improper insertion of the fuse can result in failure of the fuse and holder, thus not protecting the
device for which it was intended.
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
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North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Description
1,000 pieces in a box
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
OC-108
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ATC® Fuseholders
HHC, HHD, HHF, HHG
Description
• In-Line Fuseholders
• Voltage Rating: 32Vdc maximum
• Current Rating: See Table
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Dimensional Data
0.78"
0.91"
0.364"
0.5"
0.38" 0.30"
0.25"
4.0" + 0.25"
1.125"
Cover for HHD Fuseholder
Catalog Symbol: HHD-C
4.0" + 0.25"
Electrical Ratings
Description
Yellow fuseholder
Black fuseholder
Cover only
Black fuseholder
Black fuseholder w/ cover
Fuse
Size
3-20A
3-30A
Fits HHD only
3-20A
3-30A
Electrical
Connection
#16 black leadwire
#12 yellow leadwire
Clear polycarbonate
#16 yellow leadwire
#12 yellow leadwire
Maximum Continuous
Current Rating
16A*
24A*
16A*
24A*
Accessories - Fuseholders
Catalog
Code
HHC
HHD
HHD-C
HHF
HHG
* or 80% of fuse rating, whichever is less.
• For ATC® blade-type fuses.
• “Write-in” space for circuit identification on HHC holders (bright yellow)
Bulk Products (Bulk Quantity - 1000 Pieces)
Catalog
Code
BK/HHC-R
BK/HHF-B
Description
Yellow fuseholder
Black fuseholder w/ cover
Fuse
Size
3-20A
3-20A
Electrical
Connection
#16 red leadwire
#16 black leadwire
Maximum Continuous
Current Rating
16A*
16A*
* or 80% of fuse rating, whichever is less.
A fuse must be properly and fully inserted into the holder to provide a solid connection. Poor or
improper insertion of the fuse can result in failure of the fuse and holder, thus not protecting the
device for which it was intended.
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
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North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Description
1,000 pieces in a box
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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MAXI® Fuseholders
HHX
Description
• In-Line Fuseholders for MAXI® Fuses.
• Voltage Rating: 32Vdc maximum
• Current Rating: See Table
• Firewall mounting hole permits two or more holders to
be mounted together. Cover comes with a removable
strap.
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
3.35"
6.70"
6.70"
1.37"
.265" DIA. HOLE
MAXI® Fuse Blade Type Holder
Catalog
Code
Description
HHX
Black fuseholder w/cover
HHX-B
Black fuseholder - Body only
HHX-C
Black cover only
Electrical
Connection
Fuse Size
20-60A
Maximum Continuous
Current Rating
#6 red lead wire;
5" length with blunt ends
48A*
Accessories - Fuseholders
* or 80% of fuse rating, whichever is less
A fuse must be properly and fully inserted into the holder to provide a solid connection. Poor or
improper insertion of the fuse can result in failure of the fuse and holder, thus not protecting the
device for which it was intended.
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
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North America
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1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Description
100 pieces in a box
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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5 x 20mm Fuse Blocks
HTC Series
Description
• For 5 x 20mm fuses
• With snap-on cover
• BK/HTC-150M (Transparent Cover)
• Tight cluster mounting
• Clips made of nickel-tin plated spring-bronze
• Available only in bulk of 100 and 1,000 pieces
• High temperature thermoplastic meets:
• UL 94-VO
• Glow wire test: 960°C per IEC 695-2-1
Environmental Data
• Maximum suitable temperature: 110°C
• MSL Level 1 (conditions < 30°C / 85% RH)
Ordering
• Specify packaging and product code
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Mounting Holes
SPECIFICATIONS
Catalog
Number
HTC-15M
Voltage
Rating
AC
250V
Current
Rating
AC
6.3A
Watts
1.6W
Agency Information
• UL Recognized: IZLT2, E14853
• SEMKO Certificate: 204805
• VDE Certificate: 40004439
Dimensions - in (mm)
HTC-15M Fuse Block Only
Drawing Not to Scale
Dimensions - in (mm)
HTC-150M Fuse Block with Cover
Drawing Not to Scale
Component
Clip
Body
Material
Spring-Bronze, Bright Tin Plate
Thermoplastic
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
BK
BK1
North America
Cooper Bussmann
Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Bussmann
Cooper Bussmann
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Bussmann
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
Accessories - Fuseblocks
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Description
100 pieces of fuse blocks packed into a cardboard shelf package
1,000 pieces of fuse blocks packed into a carton
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseblocks
S-8000 Series
Description
• For 1/4" x 1-1/4" (6.3mm x 32mm) fuses
• Bolt-in and snap-in mounting available
• Tight cluster mounting
• All types of terminal configurations
• Clips made of spring-bronze
• Anti-rotational pin provided
• Flame retardant thermoplastic meets UL 94 VO
Environmental Data
• Temperature Rating (RTI): The mounting body for all
devices (except those with Suffix –1-SNP or –W-SNP),
has a temperature rating of 130°C. The mounting body
for all devices with Suffix –1-SNP has a temperature rating of 110°C.
Agency Information
• UL Recognized: E14853
• CSA Certified: 47235
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Multiple Pole
SPECIFICATIONS
S-8000
S-8100
S-8200
S-8300
Voltage
Rating
AC
300V
300V
300V
300V
Voltage
Rating
DC
300V
300V
300V
300V
Dimensions
S-8000 Single Pole Bolt-In Mounting Series
Dimensions
No. of
Poles
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Inches
A
*
1 1/8"
1 3/4"
2 3/8"
3"
3 5/8"
4 1/4"
4 7/8"
5 1/2"
6 1/8"
6 3/4"
7 3/8"
B
*
5/8"
1 1/4"
1 7/8"
2 1/2"
3 1/8"
3 3/4"
4 3/8"
5"
5 5/8"
6 1/4"
6 7/8"
Millimeters
A
B
*
*
28.6
15.9
44.4
31.8
60.3
47.6
76.2
63.5
92.1
79.4
108
95.2
123.8
111.1
139.7
127.0
155.6
142.9
171.4
158.8
187.3
174.6
Accessories - Fuseblocks
S-8000 Single Pole Snap-In Mounting Series
Component
Clip
Body
Material
Spring-Bronze, Bright Tin-Lead Plate
Thermoplastic
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1/4" x 1-1/4" Fuseblocks
S-8000 Series
PACKAGING CODE
Packaging Code
Blank
BK/
Description
Varies with number of poles. Contact customer service.
Varies with number of poles. Contact customer service.
Ordering
• Specify packaging, product, and
option code
1. Packaging Code:
2. Series Number:
3. Type Terminal:
Example: BK/S-8001-01-SNP
BK/ S-8 0
1
2
3
01 – 01 – SNP
4
5
6
-R
7
BK/
S-8
0 = Solder
1 = 3/16" Quick Connect
2 = 1/4" Quick Connect
3 = Screw
4. Terminal Angle:
01 = Straight (0°)
02 = 40° Angle
03 = Side*
5. Number of Poles:
(01 – 12)
1X = One pole, No Mounting Stud
6. Mounting Style:
SNP = Snap-in Mounting
7. RoHS Compliant Version -R
*Available only in single pole
North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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ESD Suppression Selection Guide
ESD Suppression Selection Guide
Polymer ESD Suppressors
Features:
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Outstanding ESD protection for high frequency,
low voltage applications.
• Exceeds testing requirements outlined in IEC 61000-4-2
• Extremely low capacitance
• Very low leakage current
• Fast response time
• Bi-directional
• Surface mount
• Solder Termination
What is it:
Our Voltage Variable Material (VVM) has unique
properties that are highly preferred in ESD suppression applications. The polymer matrix responds to
an over-voltage condition by rapidly changing from
a high impedance state to a low impedance state.
Cooper Bussmann utilizes this polymeric matrix in
PolySurg ESD Suppressors for fast response, ultra
low capacitance, and very low current leakage. The
device is activated by over-voltage threat and clamps
to a low value to protect sensitive circuit components.
How it Works:
The PolySurg TR and MLP Series are board level
circuit protection devices designed exclusively for the
fast, transient over-voltages associated with ESD.
When a sufficient over-voltage occurs it exhibits a dramatic increase in the ability to conduct electrons. The
nature of the material creates a bi-directional part,
which means that only one device is required to provide complete ESD protection regardless of the surge
polarity. In a typical application, the device is placed
across a signal line leading to an integrated circuit
and ground. The device exhibits minimal capacitance
and is “invisible” to the circuit during the normal operation. Under normal operating voltages (typically 3 to
15V) the high impedance of the device insulates each
signal line from ground. When an ESD event occurs,
the voltage variable material switches to a conductive
state within nanoseconds. The voltage across signal
line collapses to the clamping level, and current is
shunted through the device to the ground. When the
overvoltage event ends, the circuit returns to its
normal operating state as the device switches back to
its >1012Ohm, high resistance state and “invisibility.”
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor Selection Guide:
Part
Number
Package
Size
Lines
0402ESDA-MLP7
0603ESDA-MLP7
0603ESDA-TR1
0402
0603
0603
1
1
1
Operating
Voltage
(VDC)
0 ~ 30
0 ~ 30
0 ~ 24
Capacitance
(pF @ 1KHz ~
Current
Leakage
1.8GHz)
(nA @ 12VDC)
< 0.15
< 0.15
< 0.15
< 0.1
< 0.1
< 0.1
Clamp
Voltage
V
35
35
35
Specification
IEC61000-4-2, Level 4
IEC61000-4-2, Level 4
IEC61000-4-2, Level 4
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Device Marking
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors are marked on the tape and reel packages, not individually. Since the product is bidirectional and symmetrical, no orientation marking is required.
ESD Suppression Selection Guide
ESD Suppression Selection Guide
Polymer ESD Suppressors
Test Methodology
Full product characterization requires use of multiple test methods. Each test method reveals unique information
about the device response. The results of all of the tests must be analyzed to fully understand the PolySurg™ ESD
Suppressor response to an over-voltage event.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Pulse
(per IEC 61000-4-2)
100
90
80
Percent Current
The ESD pulse is the defining test for an ESD protective device. The ESD pulse is an extremely fast rising
transient event. The pulse, as characterized in IEC
61000-4-2, has a rise time of less than 1ns, peak currents up to 45A, and voltage levels to 15 kV.
Characteristics determined by this test are those such
as voltage overshoot, peak voltage, clamping voltage,
peak current, and device resistance.
Due to the extremely fast rate of rise of the ESD pulse,
the test setup can have a definite impact on the above
factors. Variables such as wiring inductance and probe
capacitance can produce inaccurate readings on an
otherwise capable oscilloscope.
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
-10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Time (nS)
Transmission Line Pulse (TLP)
The actual implementation of this technique produces a
waveform that has a slightly slower rise time that the
ESD pulse but can be correlated to the deliver approximately the same surge current and energy. This controlled impedance pulse provides a more accurate depiction of the trigger voltage of the device because of the
reduced voltage overshoot caused by a fast rising transient and the reactive components of the test fixture.
110
90
Percent Voltage
The Transmission Line Pulse tester implements a controlled impedance cable to deliver a square wave current
pulse. The advantage of this technique is that the constant current of the square wave allows the behavior of
the protection structure to be more accurately studied.
70
50
30
10
-10
-10
40
90
140
190
Time (nS)
Input Voltage
Output Voltage Activated
Definition of Terms
Clamp Voltage – The voltage at which the PolySurg™ device stabilizes during the transition from high to low impedance. This is the voltage
experienced by the circuit, after stabilizing, for the duration of the ESD transient.
Trigger Voltage – The voltage at which the PolySurg™ device begins to function. When the ESD threat voltage reaches this level,
the PolySurg™ device begins the transition from high impedance to low impedance, shunting the ESD energy to ground.
Threat Voltage – The voltage that the test equipment is set to operate (i.e. the voltage across the discharge capacitor).
Peak Current – The maximum instantaneous current level that a device will receive. IEC-61000-4-2 states that the peak current should be
30A at 8kV ESD and 45A at 15kV ESD.
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Selected Characterization Data
Figure 1. Typical Device Response to 8kV ESD
ESD Transient Pulse Energy Controlled by
PolySurg™
Figure 1 shows typical PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor
response to an 8 kV contact ESD pulse. Triggered
polymer in the device conducts excess energy to ground
and prevents system damage by ESD transient threat. As
the polymer resistance drops current flows to ground.
The top scope trace indicates current, and the bottom
scope trace indicates voltage.
Protects against ESD Voltage Transient
without Affecting Signal Quality
Figure 2. ESDA device induced interference with Signal Quality
0
-0.1
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors have an ultra low capacitance of <0.15pF and when typically installed from the
signal line to ground have a negligible effect on the signal.
drop in attenuation (dB)
-0.2
As Figure 2 shows, the test conducted with a precision
network analyzer on a 50 Ω circuit at up to 6GHz. Only a
0.2dB deviation from the original signal was recorded.
The setup was similar to the addition of the PolySurg™
ESD Suppressor to a circuit with very fast digital signal or
a cellular phone antenna.
-0.3
-0.4
-0.5
-0.6
-0.7
-0.8
-0.9
-1
Signal Frequency does not affect the
Capacitance of the Device
The device capacitance is very low and constant over
wide frequency range. The typical capacitance is less than
0.15pF over the tested range of 0.1MHz to 1.8GHz. In
addition, as shown in Figure 3, the capacitance will
remain same over the life cycle of the device (i.e. the
number of the ESD pulse does not change the device
capacitance.)
0
1
2
3
GHz
4
5
6
Figure 3. Capacitance vs. Frequency
0.20
0.19
0.18
Capacitance (pF)
ESD Suppression Selection Guide
ESD Suppression Selection Guide
Polymer ESD Suppressors
0.17
0 Pulse
0.16
100 Pulse
200 Pulse
0.15
300 Pulse
400 Pulse
0.14
500 Pulse
0.13
0.12
0.11
0.10
0
500
1000
1500
2000
Frequency (MHz)
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Clamp Voltage Remains Consistent
Despite Repeated ESD Pulses
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors have been tested with
fast rate ESD pulses at 8kV contact discharge.
Clamping voltage measured at every pulse shows
minimal changes throughout the test.
60
ESD Clamping Voltage (V)
As Figure 4 shows, PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors are
highly reliable and stable over hundreds of pulses.
Figure 4. ESD Clamping Voltage vs. Number of 8 kV ESD Pulse
70
ESD Suppression Selection Guide
ESD Suppression Selection Guide
Polymer ESD Suppressors
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Number of 8 kV ESD Pulses
Typical non-triggered (Off State) Current
Leakage is Very Low at Normal Operating
Voltages and Temperatures
Reference Temperature
0.8
Leakage Current (nA)
As shown by Figure 5 the current leakage of the
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor is typically very low, well
under 1nA, even over 12VDC operating voltage.
Some increase in the current leakage may be
expected at much higher operating voltage and
elevated temperature.
Figure 5. Average Off State Current Leakage vs. Temperature
1
0.6
0.4
0.2
24 VDC
12 VDC
6 VDC
0
-55
-30
-5
20
45
70
95
120
Temperature (°C)
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1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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0402ESDA-MLP
MLP Series ESD Suppressor
Features & Benefits
0402ESDA-MLP, MLP Series ESD Suppressor
• Ultra-low capacitance (0.05pF typ.) ideal for high
speed data applications
• Provides ESD protection with fast response time
(<1ns) allowing equipment to pass IEC 61000-4-2 level 4 test
• Single-line, bi-directional device for placement flexibility
• Low profile 0402/1005 design for board space savings
• Low leakage current (<0.1nA typ.) reduces power consumption
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Applications
• Computers & Peripherals
• PDA’s
• HDTV Equipment
• Digital Still Cameras
• USB 2.0
• DVD Players
• Digital Camcorders
• IEEE 1394
• A/V Equipment
• MP3 / Multimedia Players
• HDMI
• Satellite Radio
• Set Top Boxes
• DVI
• Cell Phones
• External Storage
• High Speed Ethernet
• DSL Modems
• Infiniband®
Description
The PolySurg™ 0402ESDA-MLP ESD Suppressors
protect valuable high-speed data circuits from ESD
damage without distorting data signals as a result of
its ultra-low (0.05pF typical) capacitance.
Product Dimensions: mm [inches]
• High Speed Data Ports
Ordering Information
Catalog Number
0402ESDA-MLP7
0402ESDA-MLP8
Packaging
10,000 pieces in paper tape on
7" (178mm) reel
2,500 pieces in paper tape on
7" (178mm) reel
Solder Pad Recommendation:
mm [inches]
2.20
0.70
0.40
Design Considerations
The location in the circuit for the MLP series has to be carefully determined. For better performance, the device should be placed
as close to the signal input as possible and ahead of any other component. Due to the high current associated with an ESD
event, it is recommended to use a “0-stub” pad design (pad directly on the signal/data line and second pad directly on common
ground).
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0402ESDA-MLP
MLP Series ESD Suppressor
Electrical Characteristics
Characteristic
Notes:
1. Per IEC61000-4-2, Level 4 waveform (8kV direct, 30A)
measured 30ns after initiation of pulse.
2. Trigger measurement made using Transmission Line Pulse
(TLP) method.
3. Minor shifting in characteristics may be observed over
multiple ESD pulses at very rapid rate.
Value
Rated Voltage
30VDC maximum
35V typical
Trigger Voltage2
300V typical
Capacitance (@1MHz)
0.05pF typ., 0.15pF max.
Attenuation Change (0-6GHz)
-0.2dB typical
Leakage Current (@12VDC)
<0.1nA typical
0402ESDA-MLP, MLP Series ESD Suppressor
Clamping Voltage
1
ESD Capability
IEC61000-4-2 Direct Discharge
8kV typical
IEC61000-4-2 Air Discharge
15kV typical
ESD Pulse Withstand1
>1000 typical
Environmental Specifications:
• Load Humidity: 12VDC per EIA/IS-772 Para. 4.4.2, +85°C, 85% RH for 1000 hours
• Thermal Shock: EIA/IS-722 Para 4.6, Air to Air -55°C to +125°C, 5 cycles
• Moisture Resistance Test: MIL-STD-202G Method 106G, 10 cycles
• Mechanical Shock: EIA/IS-722 Para. 4.9
• Vibration: EIA/IS-722 Para. 4.10
• Resistance to Solvent: EIA/IS-722 Para. 4.11
• Operating & Storage Temperature Range: -55°C to +125°C
Soldering Recommendations
• Compatible with lead and lead-free solder reflow processes
• Peak reflow temperatures and durations:
• IR Reflow = 260°C max for 10 sec. max.
• Wave Solder = 260°C max. for 10 sec. max.
• Recommended IR Reflow Profile:
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1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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0603ESDA-MLP
MLP Series ESD Suppressor
Features & Benefits
• Ultra-low capacitance (0.05pF typ.) ideal for high
speed data applications
• Provides ESD protection with fast response time
(<1ns) allowing equipment to pass IEC 61000-4-2 level 4 test
• Single-line, bi-directional device for placement flexibility
• Low profile 0603/1608 design for board space savings
• Low leakage current (<0.1nA typ.) reduces power consumption
RoHS
2002/95/EC
0603ESDA-MLP, MLP Series Suppressor
Applications
• Computers & Peripherals
• PDA’s
• HDTV Equipment
• Digital Still Cameras
• USB 2.0
• DVD Players
• Digital Camcorders
• IEEE 1394
• A/V Equipment
• MP3 / Multimedia Players
• HDMI
• Satellite Radio
• Set Top Boxes
• DVI
• Cell Phones
• External Storage
• High Speed Ethernet
• DSL Modems
• Infiniband®
Description
The PolySurg™ 0603ESDA-MLP ESD Suppressors
protect valuable high-speed data circuits from ESD
damage without distorting data signals as a result of
its ultra-low (0.05pF typical) capacitance.
Product Dimensions: mm [inches]
• High Speed Data Ports
Ordering Information
Catalog Number
Packaging
0603ESDA-MLP7
5,000 pieces in paper tape on
7" (178mm) reel
Solder Pad Recommendation:
mm [inches]
1.25
(0.05)
0.90
(0.035)
0.50
(0.02)
Design Considerations
The location in the circuit for the MLP series has to be carefully determined. For better performance, the device should be placed
as close to the signal input as possible and ahead of any other component. Due to the high current associated with an ESD
event, it is recommended to use a “0-stub” pad design (pad directly on the signal/data line and second pad directly on common
ground).
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0603ESDA-MLP
MLP Series ESD Suppressor
Electrical Characteristics
Characteristic
Notes:
1. Per IEC61000-4-2, Level 4 waveform (8kV direct, 30A)
measured 30ns after initiation of pulse.
2. Trigger measurement made using Transmission Line Pulse
(TLP) method.
3. Minor shifting in characteristics may be observed over
multiple ESD pulses at very rapid rate.
Value
Rated Voltage
30VDC maximum
Clamping Voltage
35V typical
Trigger Voltage2
300V typical
Capacitance (@1MHz)
0.05pF typ., 0.15pF max.
Attenuation Change (0-6GHz)
-0.2dB typical
Leakage Current (@12VDC)
<0.1nA typical
1
ESD Capability
IEC61000-4-2 Direct Discharge
8kV typical
IEC61000-4-2 Air Discharge
15kV typical
ESD Pulse Withstand1
>1000 typical
Environmental Specifications:
• Load Humidity: 12VDC per EIA/IS-772 Para. 4.4.2, +85°C, 85% RH for 1000 hours
• Thermal Shock: EIA/IS-722 Para 4.6, Air to Air -55°C to +125°C, 5 cycles
• Moisture Resistance Test: MIL-STD-202G Method 106G, 10 cycles
• Mechanical Shock: EIA/IS-722 Para. 4.9
• Vibration: EIA/IS-722 Para. 4.10
• Resistance to Solvent: EIA/IS-722 Para. 4.11
• Operating & Storage Temperature Range: -55°C to +125°C
0603ESDA-MLP, MLP Series Suppressor
Soldering Recommendations
• Compatible with lead and lead-free solder reflow processes
• Peak reflow temperatures and durations:
• IR Reflow = 260°C max for 10 sec. max.
• Wave Solder = 260°C max. for 10 sec. max.
• Recommended IR Reflow Profile:
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North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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0603ESDA-TR
TR Series ESD Suppressor
Features:
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 0603/1608 foot print
• Ideal ESD protection for high frequency, low voltage applications.
• Exceeds testing requirements outlined in IEC 61000-4-2
• Ultra low capacitance (0.15pF maximum)
• Very low leakage current
• Fast response time
• Bi-directional
• Surface mount
Applications
• Computers & Peripherals
• PDA’s
• HDTV Equipment
• Digital Still Cameras
• USB 2.0
• DVD Players
• Digital Camcorders
• IEEE 1394
• A/V Equipment
• MP3 / Multimedia Players
• HDMI
• Satellite Radio
• Set Top Boxes
• DVI
• Cell Phones
• External Storage
• High Speed Ethernet
• DSL Modems
• Infiniband®
Description
• High Speed Data Ports
Ordering Information
The PolySurg™ 0603ESDA-TR ESD Suppressors
protect valuable high-speed data circuits from ESD
damage without distorting data signals as a result of
Catalog Number
Packaging
0603ESDA-TR1
5,000 pieces in paper tape on
7" (178mm) reel
its ultra-low (0.15pF maximum) capacitance.
Part Ratings and Characteristics:
Performance Characteristics
Units
Continuous operating voltage
VDC
-
-
24
V
-
35
60
0603ESDA-TR, TR Series ESD Suppressor
Clamping voltage2
Min
Typ
Max
Trigger voltage3
V
-
125
-
ESD Threat voltage capability4
kV
-
8
15
Capacitance (@ 1 KHz ~ 1.8GHz)
pF
-
-
0.15
Leakage current (@ 12 VDC)
nA
0.01
<0.1
-
2
Peak current
A
-
30
45
Operating temperature
°C
-56
+25
+105
ESD pulse withstand 2
# pulses
20
>5001
-
Notes:
1. Some shifting in characteristics may occur when tested over
several hundred ESD pulses at very rapid rate of 1 pulse per
second or faster.
2. Per IEC 61000-4-2, 30A @ 8kV, level 4, clamp measurement
made 30ns after initiation of pulse, all tests in contact discharge
mode.
3. Trigger measurement made using Transmission Line Pulse
(TLP) method
4. PolySURG™ devices are capable of withstanding up to a 15 kV,
45A ESD pulse. Device ratings are given at 8kV per Note 1,
unless otherwise specified.
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0603ESDA-TR
TR Series ESD Suppressor
Product Dimension
R
Recommended Solder
Pad Outline
(per IPC-SM-782)
H
T
L
0.60 min
(.023 min)
W
EIA Size
L
W
H
T
1.1 ref
(.043 ref)
R
mm (in)
1.60 ± 0.10 0.80 ± 0.10 0.50 ± 0.10 0.30 ± 0.20 0.70 ± 0.10
(.063 ± .004) (.031 ± .004) (.020 ± .004) (.012 ± .008) (.028 ± .004)
0603ESDA
1.0 max
(.039 max)
Tape-and-Reel Specification
4.0±0.1
(.157±.004)
mm (inches)
2.0±0.05
(.079±.002)
B
2.0±0.75
(.079±.030)
3.5±0.05
(.138±.002)
A
8.0±0.30
(.315±.012)
4.0±0.1
(.157±.004)
1.5±0.10
(.059±.004)
Dimension
0603
A
1.90±0.20
(.075±0.008)
B
1.10±0.20
(.043±0.008)
1.75±0.1
(.069±.004)
2.0±0.5
(.080±.020)
178.0±2.0
(7.008±.080)
21±0.8
(.827±.032)
13.0±0.5
(.512±.020)
60.0±1.5
(2.362±.059)
9.0±1.5
(.354±.059)
Environmental Specifications:
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• Moisture Resistance per EIA/IS-722 Paragraph 4.4.2. This standard is based upon MIL-STD-202G Method 103B but with temperature and relative humidity at +85°C and 85% RH respectively. Test condition ‘A’ (240Hr) per MIL-STD-202G
• Thermal shock: MIL-STD-202, Method 107G, -55°C to 125°C, 30 min. cycle, 10 cycles
• Vibration: MIL-STD-202F, Method 201A,(10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 1 min. cycle, 2 hrs each in X-Y-Z)
• Chemical resistance: ASTM D-543, 4 hrs @ 40°C, 3 solutions (H2O, detergent solution, defluxer)
• Operating temperature characteristics, measurement at +25°C, +105°C and -56°C
• Full load voltage: 14.4VDC, 18VDC & 24VDC for 1000 hrs, 25°C
• Solder leach resistance and terminal adhesion: Per EIA-576
• Solderability: MIL-STD-202, Method 208 (95% coverage)
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0603ESDA-TR
TR Series ESD Suppressor
Device Marking
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors are marked on the tape and reel packages, not individually. Since the product is bi-directional and
symmetrical, no orientation marking is required.
Design Consideration
The location in the circuit for the TR series has to be carefully determined. For better performance, the device should be placed
as close to the signal input as possible and ahead of any other component. Due to the high current associated with an ESD
event, it is recommended to use a “0-stub” pad design (pad directly on the signal/data line and second pad directly on common
ground).
Processing Recommendations
The TR series currently has a convex profile on the top surface of the part. This profile is a result of the construction of the deice.
They can be processed using standard pick-and-place equipment. The placement and processing techniques for these devices are
similar to those used for chip resistors and chip capacitors.
Soldering Recommendations
0603ESDA-TR, TR Series ESD Suppressor
• Compatible with lead and lead-free solder reflow processes
• Peak reflow temperatures and durations:
• IR Reflow = 260°C max for 10 sec. max.
• Wave Solder = 260°C max. for 10 sec. max.
• Recommended IR Reflow Profile:
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North America
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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ESD Protection of Set Top Appliances with PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors
Why are Set Top boxes vulnerable to ESD
The more sophisticated boxes include a variety of I/O jacks
such as front panel USB, Audio/Video, S-Video, rear panel
Satellite, cable, TV antenna, Wireless transmitter connection,
home networking HPNA option, Toslink digital input, connections for CD, DVD,VCR, Outputs for Video, Audio, and more.
Most of these jacks are susceptible to ESD threat.
What Are Set Top Boxes?
The continuing trend is to link broadband signal delivery to the
home entertainment display, and other devices via set top
boxes. Set top boxes used to be just an analog cable
tuner/decoder but now it includes the likes of digital cable,
satellite controller, internet service controllers, digital video
recording systems and home networking.
These devices allow the various cable and satellite signal operators to deliver a wide variety of services from television to
internet and the hardware manufacturers can provide many
features and benefits including home networking capabilities.
There is digital video recording onto hard disk drives, replacing
the cassette format, allowing pause and replay of and live television, or interactive TV. There are new standards being created to facilitate the design of the boxes such as a recent reference blueprint development by communications chipmaker
Broadcom using the Microsoft interactive TV software system.
The set top box is going to be a high volume commodity with
many forms and functions.
Application Notes, ESD Suppression
Application Notes
ESD Suppression
The PolySurg™ solution to the ESD protection problem
Utilize the 0402ESDA-MLP, 0603ESDA-MLP, or 0603ESDATR1 PolySurg™ devices to protect the set top box electronics
from catastrophic ESD damage at each potential outside metal
contact or connector on each line. Audio, Video, RF, USB and
RS-232 lines may be protected from ESD TVS occurrences on
set top systems.
Design Wins with Set Top boxes
Cooper Bussmann has recorded some notable design wins
already with it’s PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors in applications
involving the protection of set top systems.
Protection Against ESD Threat for Set Top System Input/Output Ports with PolySurg™
Audio Port
AC Input
Video Port
RF Input
Antenna
Cable
Satellite
Front
Panel
I/O Port
Smart Card
RS-232
Keyboard
Audio Port
Video Port
S-Video Port
Set-Top Box
Digital Satellite Receiver
High Definition Digital Receiver
Digital Cable TV Converter
Interactive Internet TV Terminal
Digital Video Recorder
S-Video Port
Digital Audio Port
RJ - 45, Network
Future
Protection
Requirements
RF Out
TV / VCR
Other Device
USB / USB 2.0
IEEE-1284,
Parallel
A Typical Set Top Box Rear View
Digital Audio Port
RJ - 11
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Application Notes, ESD Suppression
Application Notes
ESD Suppression
Typical ESD Protection Applications with
PolySurg™ 0402ESDA-MLP, 0603ESDA-MLP, or 0603ESDA-TR
USB Controller
V+ Data (+)
Data (-)
GND
USB
Port
Amplifier
Audio Output
Video Processor
Video Output
RF
Modulator
RF
Controller
RF Input
RF Output
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Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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ESD Protection of High-Speed Data Lines
DVI/HDMI High Speed Date Rates
Communication data lines continue to be increasingly vulnerable to ESD transients. The ever-increasing bandwidth
of the faster data lines such as the 10/100 or Gigabit
Ethernet, USB 2.0, IEEE-1394b, make the traditional ESD
protection schemes such as silicon based devices, or multi
layer varistors less desirable, due to signal distortion from
the relatively high capacitance of these components.
-0.1
-0.2
drop in attenuation (dB)
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors
The typical capacitance of the device (0402ESDA-MLP,
0603ESDA-MLP, or 0603ESDA-TR) is measured to be
below 0.15pF, in a range of 0.1 kHz to nearly 2 GHz. The
low capacitance throughout this wide frequency range
makes these devices suitable for ESD protection of low
analog signals to fast digital data lines.
0
Application Notes, ESD Suppression
Application Notes
ESD Suppression
-0.3
-0.4
-0.5
-0.6
-0.7
-0.8
-0.9
-1
0
1
2
3
GHz
4
5
6
Chart 2. Additional Attenuation in a 50Ohm System
due to the PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor
1
Example of devices that PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors can
protect from ESD:
• Network interface cards for desktops
• PC cards for laptops
• DSL / Cable modems.
• Routers and switches /hubs
0.9
C a pac it an ce (p F)
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
Selected Protection Applications
0.2
0.1
0
0.1
1
10
100
1000
10000
Frequency (MHz)
Chart 1. The Capacitance of a PolySurg™ ESD
Suppressor from 0.1MHz to 1.8GHz
Another special characteristic of the PolySurg™ ESD
Suppressor is that it is virtually invisible to the circuit at
normal operation. The off-state resistance of the device is
over 1013 Ohms, and the typical current leakage of the
device is a negligible, 0.01nA at 12VDC. As Chart 2 shows,
the additional attenuation in a 50ohm circuit measured at
frequencies up to 6GHz is less than -0.2dbB.
Ethernet ports: The RJ-45 is the most common Ethernet
connection. The typical 10Base-T/100Base-TX uses 4 out
of 8 lines. Each line in use can be protected with one
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor installed between the data line
and the ground. For the best performance, place the devices
at the closest location to the RJ-45 port (See Figure 1)
RX+
Filter
Transformer
RX TX +
TX -
Controller
RJ -45
Figure 1. The ESD Protection of 10 / 100 Ethernet (RJ-45)
device with a PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor
Firewire: The IEEE-1394 (Firewire) series are the newest
serial ports for computer and other instruments with data
transfer rates up to 1,600Mbp (1394a is 400Mbps, and
1394b will be 800~1,6000Mbps.) This higher transfer
speed data is more easily subject to distortion (Chart 3).
The PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor can protect data lines
from ESD without distorting the high speed signal possible
from IEEE-1394 connection. All data lines should be
protected individually. (See Figure 2)
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Application Notes, ESD Suppression
Application Notes
ESD Suppression
800M bps
PWR
Data
Data
GND
(IEE1394)
USB 2.0
Controller
USB 2.0
Figure 3. ESD protection of USB 2.0 devices
with a PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor
Ideal Signal
50pF Capacitance
0603ESDA
Chart 3. Signal distortion comparisons at 800Mbps
PWR
GND
Data
Data
Data
Data
Controller
Special Applications
When the unused data port is connected to a higher operating voltage such as 24V or higher for special applications, the PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor can be installed in
series for ESD protection on the higher voltage line. The
operating voltage capability will be increased without
changing total capacitance or the current leakage of the
devices.
IEEE-1394
High Voltage
RX+
RXTX +
TX -
Filter
Transformer
Controller
RJ-45
Figure 2. The ESD Protection of Typical IEEE-1394a device
with a PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor
Example of devices that PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor can
protect from ESD:
• Firewire interface cards
• Digital camcorders
• Printers / scanners
• Other peripherals with Firewire capability
Figure 4. The Parallel connection for high voltage line
protection using a PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor on RJ-45
USB 2.0: The USB 2.0 has a fast data transfer rate of
400Mbps. A device equipped with USB 2.0 will give the
best performance when protected with the ultra low capacitance PolySurg ESD Suppressor.This will result in much
less data distortion than if zener diodes or multi layer
varistors are used for ESD protection (See Figure 3)
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Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Bussmann
1225 Broken Sound Parkway NW P.O. Box 14460
St. Louis, MO 63178-4460
Suite F
Tel: 1-636-394-2877
Boca Raton, FL 33487-3533
Fax: 1-800-544-2570
Tel: 1-561-998-4100
Fax: 1-561-241-6640
Toll Free: 1-888-414-2645
Europe
Cooper Electronic Technologies Cooper Electronic Technologies
Avda. Santa Eulalia, 290
Cooper (UK) Limited
08223
Burton-on-the-Wolds
Terrassa, (Barcelona), Spain
Leicestershire • LE12 5TH UK
Tel: +34 937 362 812
Tel: +44 (0) 1509 882 737
+34 937 362 813
Fax: +44 (0) 1509 882 786
Fax: +34 937 362 719
Asia Pacific
Cooper Electronic Technologies
1 Jalan Kilang Timor
#06-01 Pacific Tech Centre
Singapore 159303
Tel: +65 278 6151
Fax: +65 270 4160
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ESD Protection for High Speed Digital Video Solutions (DVI & HDMI)
High speed, uncompressed, digital video solutions such as Digital
Visual Interface (DVI) and High Definition Multimedia Interface
(HDMI) utilize small geometry CMOS processes in order to provide maximum performance in a small package. However these
geometries are more susceptible to electrostatic discharge (ESD)
and the high-speed digital signals present a real challenge when
selecting an appropriate protection device.
DVI/HDMI High Speed Date Rates
DVI equipment can, currently, transmit at up to 1.6 Gbps for a
1600 x 1200 resolution signal. The receiver end can support up to
1.08 Gbps for 1280 x 1024 resolution but will soon increase to
1.65 Gbps. HDMI is an advancement of DVI that handles both
audio and video signals with enough bandwidth for data rates of
up to 5 Gbps. These high-speed data rates require any ESD protection device to have low capacitance in order to minimize signal
distortion. At high frequency any capacitance will be seen as a low
impedance path to ground, thus loading the data signal. Figure 1
shows the minimal effect of of a PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor on
an 800 Mbps data signal compared to a 50pF capacitor.
800Mbps
(IEE1394)
Vcc
I1
Application Notes, ESD Suppression
Application Notes
ESD Suppression
I2
GND
Figure 2 – Rail to Rail Diode Connection
In order to make a low capacitance diode a small junction area is
used which presents a high resistance during ESD transients.
Also, diode response time is slow compared to the ESD voltage
rise time and the complete solution has significant parasitic inductance associated with the device leads and tracking. All this results
in a large amount of voltage overshoot and a much higher clamping voltage. With the HDMI/DVI chip still exposed to several hundred or even one thousand volts following an ESD event, using
this protection technique, there is potentially enough stress to
damage the device.
Other solutions such as zener diodes, multi-layer varistors (MLV’s)
and TVS all exhibit levels of capacitance that are too large for
them to be practical solutions in DVI and HDMI applications. With
capacitance values from 25pF to 500pF coupled with leakage currents of 0.5-50μA the level of loading on the signal lines becomes
unacceptable.
Ideal Signal
50pF Capacitance
0603ESDA
Figure 1 – IEE1394 Signal Distortion due to 50pF and
0603ESDA PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor
Traditional low capacitance steering diode solutions have a number of problems when used in high-speed data applications such
as HDMI & DVI. Diodes are typically connected rail to rail as
shown in Figure 2. During a negative voltage transient the bottom
diode conducts clamping the voltage to a diode drop below
ground. During a positive voltage transient the top diode will conduct the surge current (I1) into the power rail. Dumping the surge
current into an unprotected supply rail can cause latch up of the
protection circuit, so an additional transient voltage suppression
(TVS) device between the supply rail and ground is required.
Typically discrete steering diodes are not rated for the high transient currents associated with ESD. This misuse results in a short
cycle life and eventual diode failure, which is commonly in short
circuit mode. This short circuit failure mode usually results in the
equipment no longer functioning, even though the ESD event has
passed. The preferred failure mode is open, since the equipment
will certainly not operate with a shorted device, but has a potential
to operate longer if the device were to fail open.
PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor Product Family
The Cooper Bussmann PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor provides the
solution to the problem of providing ESD protection for these new
high-speed circuits. This product is a bi-directional device that has
leakage current of less than 1nA and capacitance less than
0.15pF. This ultra-low capacitance makes the PolySurg™ ESD
Suppressor a viable solution for high data rate protocols like HDMI
and DVI. With an insertion loss of less than -0.2dB at frequencies
up to 6GHz the PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor is invisible to the
circuit, introducing no additional loading or signal distortion.
The PolySurg™ ESD Suppressor product family is comprised of
the 0402ESDA-MLP, 0603ESDA-MLP, and 0603ESDA-TR series
ESD suppression devices. All are discrete devices exhibiting
ultra-low capacitance to maintain signal integrity while protecting
all but the most sensitive IC’s from the harmful effects of ESD
strikes up to 15kV (air discharge).
Summary
Commercial products require ESD surge protection of all the interface hardware schemes. New higher end consumer electronics
are increasingly using high data rate protocols such as DVI and
HDMI. The traditional protection devices have all been used with
varying success, however the increase in data rates now indicates
a need for ultra low capacitance devices, such as Cooper
Bussmann’s PolySurg™ ESD Suppressors.
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Overcurrent
Protection Group
NOTES
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Overcurrent
Protection Group
NOTES
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Overcurrent
Protection Group
NOTES
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Inductor Selection Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-8
FP2 Series, FLAT-PAC™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-10
High Current
7.2 x 6.7 x 3.0 & 5.0 mm Inductors
FP3 Series, FLAT-PAC™ 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-13
High Current
7.25 x 6.5 x 3 mm Powder Iron Inductors
FP4 Series, FLAT-PAC™ 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-15
High Current
6.8 x 10.2 x 5.0 mm Inductors
FP1308 Series, FLAT-PAC™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-18
High Current
NEW
13.7 x 12.95 x 8.0 mm Inductors
HCP0703 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-21
High Current
NEW
7.3 x 7.0 x 3.0 mm Pressed Power Inductors
HCP1104 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-25
High Current
NEW
11.5 x 10.25 x 4.0 mm Pressed Power Inductors
HCP1305 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-28
High Current
NEW
13.8 x 12.9 x 5.0 mm Pressed Power Inductors
HCF1305 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-31
High Current
12.5 x 12.5 x 5.0 mm Power Inductors
HC1 Series, HIGH CURRENT 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-34
High Current
13.0 x 13.0 x 10.0 mm Power Inductors
HC2LP Series, HIGH CURRENT 2LP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-37
High Current
19.2 x 19.2 x 11.18 mm Power Inductors
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HC3 Series, HIGH CURRENT 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-39
High Current
30.0 x 25.3 x 17.5 mm High Power Inductors
HC7 Series, HIGH CURRENT 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-41
High Current
13.0 x 13.8 x 5.5 mm Powder Iron, Power Inductors
HC8 Series, HIGH CURRENT 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-43
High Current
10.4 x 10.4 x 4.0 mm Powder Iron, Power Inductors
HC8LP Series, HIGH CURRENT 8LP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-45
High Current
10.4 x 10.4 x 3.5 mm Powder Iron, Power Inductors
HC9 Series, HIGH CURRENT 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-48
High Current
NEW
13.8 x 13.1 x 7.5 mm Powder Iron, Power Inductors
HCPT1309 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-50
High Current
NEW
13.2 x 14.0 x 9.0 mm Through-Hole, Powder Iron Inductor
CPL Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-52
High Current
NEW
Multi-Phase Power Inductors
DR1030 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-56
Shielded Drum
NEW
10.5 x 10.3 x 3.0 mm Shielded Power Inductors
DR1040 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-59
Shielded Drum
NEW
10.5 x 10.3 x 4.0 mm Shielded Power Inductors
DR1050 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-62
Shielded Drum
NEW
10.5 x 10.3 x 5.0 mm Shielded Power Inductors
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DR Series (DR73, DR74, DR125, DR127) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-65
Shielded Drum
Shielded Power Inductors
DR124 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-70
Shielded Drum
NEW
12.3 x 12.3 x 4.5 mm Shielded Power Inductors
DRQ Series (DRQ73, DRQ74, DRQ125, DRQ127) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-73
Shielded Drum
Dual Winding, Shielded Inductor/Transformer
LDS0705 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-80
Shielded Drum
NEW
8.0 x 7.2 x 5.0 mm Shielded Power Inductors
SD3110 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-83
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
3.1 x 3.1 x 1.0 mm Shielded Inductors
SD3112 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-86
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
3.1 x 3.1 x 1.2 mm Shielded Inductors
SD3114 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-89
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
3.1 x 3.1 x 1.4 mm Shielded Inductors
SD3118 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-92
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
3.1 x 3.1 x 1.8 mm Shielded Inductors
SD38 Series (SD3812, SD3814) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-95
Low Profile Shielded Drum
4.0 x 4.0 x 1.2 & 1.4 mm High Power, Shielded Inductors
SDH3812 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-98
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
4.0 x 4.0 x 1.2 mm High Power, Shielded Inductors
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SD Series (SD10, SD12, SD14, SD18, SD20, SD25) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-101
Low Profile Shielded Drum
5.2 x 5.2 x (6) Various Heights, Shielded Inductors
SDQ Series (SDQ12, SDQ25) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-108
Low Profile Shielded Drum
Dual Winding, Shielded Inductor/Transformer
SD52 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-111
Low Profile Shielded Drum
5.2 x 5.2 x 2.0 mm Shielded Inductors
SD53 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-114
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
5.2 x 5.2 x 3.0 mm Shielded Inductors
SD6020 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-117
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
6.0 x 6.0 x 2.0 mm Shielded Inductors
SD6030 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-120
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
6.0 x 6.0 x 3.0 mm Shielded Inductors
SD7030 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-123
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
7.0 x 7.0 x 3.0 mm Shielded Inductors
SD8328 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-126
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
9.5 x 8.3 x 3.0 mm Shielded Inductors
SD8350 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-129
Low Profile Shielded Drum
NEW
9.5 x 8.3 x 4.5 mm Shielded Inductors
UP2.8B Series, UNI-PAC™ 2.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-132
Unshielded Drum Core
12.9 x 9.4 x 2.8 mm Power Inductors
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UP0.4C Series, UNI-PAC™ 0.4C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-134
Unshielded Drum Core
6.60 x 4.55 x 2.92 mm Power Inductors
UP2C Series, UNI-PAC™ 2C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-135
Unshielded Drum Core
12.9 x 9.4 x 5.2 mm Power Inductors
UNI-PAC™ Series (UP1B, UP2B, UP3B, UP4B) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-137
Unshielded Drum Core
4 Available Sizes, Power Inductors
LD Series (LD1, LD2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-143
Unshielded Drum Core
2 Available Sizes, Metalized, Power Inductors
MP2 Series, MICRO-PAC™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-146
Toroid
7.5 x 5.2 x 1.8 mm Low Profile Inductor
MP2A Series, MICRO-PAC PLUS™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-147
Toroid
7.5 x 5.2 x 1.8 mm High Power, Low Profile Inductor
ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®/OCTA-PAC® PLUS Series . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-149
Toroid
Dual Winding, Inductors/Transformers
VERSA-PAC® (VP1-5, VPH1-5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-157
Transformers
Multi Winding, Configurable, Inductors/Transformers
PoE4W, 7W, 13W Series, Power Over Ethernet Transformer . . . . . . Page PM-165
Transformers
PoE/PD, Configurable, Flyback Transformer
PoE26W, Power Over Ethernet Transformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-168
Transformers
NEW
PoE/PD, Configurable, Forward Transformer
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CCFL TRANSFORMERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-170
Transformers
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp Inverter Transformers
STANDARD GEOMETRIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-173
Standard Geometries Custom
Low Cost Magnetic Components
CMS-SERIES (CMS1, CMS2, CMS3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-178
Common-Mode
3 Available Sizes, Surface Mount, Common Mode Inductors
CMT-SERIES (CMT1, CMT2, CMT3, CMT4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-182
Common-Mode
4 Available Sizes, Through-Hole, Common Mode Inductors
CS Series, Current Sense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-186
Toroid
Through Hole, Current Sense Inductors
LCPI Series, LOW COST POWER INDUCTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-187
Toroid
Toroidal Power Iron Inductors
Application Notes
Recommended Solder Reflow Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-191
Using the Versa-Pac as a Flyback Transformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-192
Using the Versa-Pac as a Forward Converter Transformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-195
Power Inductors Improve Reliability in High Temperature Designs . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-198
Switching Regulator Inductor Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-200
Inductor Selection for SEPIC Designs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-202
PoE Power Magnetics - Options and Trends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-204
High Current Inductors for DC-DC Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-206
Magnetics Design Specification Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page PM-207
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This bulletin is intended to present product design solutions and technical information that will help the end user with design applications. Cooper Bussmann
reserves the right, without notice, to change design or construction of any products and to discontinue or limit distribution of any products. Cooper Bussmann
also reserves the right to change or update, without notice, any technical information contained in this bulletin. Once a product has been selected, it should
be tested by the user in all possible applications.
Life Support Policy: Cooper Bussmann does not authorize the use of any of its products for use in life support devices or systems without the express
written approval of an officer of the Company. Life support systems are devices which support or sustain life, and whose failure to perform, when properly used
in accordance with instructions for use provided in the labeling, can be reasonably expected to result in significant injury to the user.
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INDUCTOR SELECTION GUIDE
Inductor Selection Guide
Product Family
High Current
Shielded Drum (DR Style)
Low Profile Shielded Drum (SD Style)
HC3
HC2 LP
HCP1305
HC9
HCF1305
FLAT-PAC (FP1308)
HCP1104
HCPT1309
HC7
HC1
HC7 (HC7-R20)
HC8
HC8LP
FLAT-PAC Single (FP4-S_)
HCP0703
FLAT-PAC 5mm (FP2-V_)
FLAT-PAC Single (FP3-S)
FLAT-PAC Single (FP2-S_)
FLAT-PAC Dual (FP2-D_)
FLAT-PAC Dual (FP2-D_)
CPL (Multi-Phase)
DRQ127
DRQ127
DR127
DRQ125
DR125
DRQ125
DR124
DR1050
DR1040
DRQ74
DRQ74
DR74
DR1030
DRQ73
LDS0705
DRQ73
DR73
SD8350
SD8328
SD7030
SD53
SD6030
SDQ25
SDQ25
SD25
SD14
SD6020
SD52
SD18
SDQ12
SDQ12
SD20
SD12
SD3118
SD3814
SD10
SDH3812
SD3812
SD3114
SD3112
SD3110
Maximum
Maximum
Winding
Current Rating
Inductance Rating Configuration
Inductance Current1 Inductance Current1 (if applicable)
0.50
0.47
0.470
0.200
0.470
0.110
0.200
0.200
0.47
0.22
0.20
0.15
0.15
0.100
0.150
0.050
0.100
0.047
0.188
0.047
78.00
52.90
38.00
46.70
32.00
68.00
32.00
43.10
23.40
40.50
35.80
39.00
29.00
40.00
26.00
70.00
19.00
39.00
16.00
37.00
6.0
6.0
2.200
47.000
4.700
0.440
0.900
3.310
4.7
10.0
0.20
47.0
47.0
0.200
10.000
0.200
15.0
0.120
0.480
0.120
30.00
16.50
20.00
3.65
10.40
32.00
22.00
11.40
9.20
5.30
35.80
2.40
1.70
30.00
3.00
19.00
2.00
18.00
9.00
18.00
1.68
0.47
0.47
0.47
0.47
1.82
0.47
0.80
1.50
1.18
0.33
0.33
1.10
1.22
0.82
0.33
0.33
1.80
2.50
3.30
1.10
2.70
0.47
1.57
0.47
0.58
3.90
1.20
0.47
1.96
0.47
0.47
0.47
1.00
0.47
0.47
0.47
0.47
1.00
1.00
0.50
8.94
17.90
17.90
17.60
17.60
8.80
16.00
9.70
6.50
3.10
6.20
6.26
7.00
3.10
7.68
6.19
6.21
5.50
4.50
3.00
3.25
2.60
3.71
1.86
3.88
3.52
1.95
2.33
3.58
1.39
2.78
3.59
3.19
2.01
2.81
2.59
2.69
2.53
1.60
1.39
1.54
4020.0
1000.0
1000.0
1000.0
1000.0
4032.0
1000.0
1000.0
330.0
4036.0
1000.0
1000.0
150.0
3980.0
470.0
1000.0
1000.0
100.0
100.0
680.0
100.0
680.0
1000.0
4032.0
1000.0
1000.0
100.0
150.0
1000.0
331.0
82.0
1000.0
1000.0
1000.0
680.0
470.0
220.0
220.0
330.0
220.0
220.0
0.307
0.610
0.610
0.570
0.570
0.283
0.440
0.430
0.520
0.135
0.270
0.270
0.680
0.128
0.368
0.250
0.250
0.800
0.800
0.210
0.440
0.160
0.127
0.063
0.126
0.117
0.360
0.280
0.102
0.154
0.309
0.088
0.086
0.083
0.100
0.110
0.160
0.160
0.113
0.117
0.106
Note 1 = Current ratings listed are the lower value of the Isat and Irms ratings
Note 2 = EMI Rating: 1) Closed magnetic path - best EMI shield; 2) Small gap,
or external shield - some EMI fringing; 3) No shield - Highest EMI
Note 3 = Alternate sizes, terminal styles available
Series
Parallel
See Data Sheet
Series
Parallel
Parallel
Series
Series
Parallel
Series
Parallel
Parallel
Series
Series
Parallel
-
Product Size (mm)
L
W
H
30.00
19.20
13.80
13.80
12.50
13.70
11.50
13.20
13.00
13.00
13.00
10.40
10.40
6.80
7.30
7.20
7.25
7.20
7.20
7.20
25.30 17.50
19.20 11.18
12.90 5.00
13.10 7.50
12.50 5.00
12.95 8.00
10.25 4.00
14.00 9.00
13.80 5.50
13.00 10.00
14.25 6.00
10.40 4.00
10.40 3.50
10.20 5.00
7.00 3.00
6.70 5.00
6.50 3.00
6.70 3.00
6.70 3.00
6.70 3.00
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.30
10.50
10.50
7.60
7.60
7.60
10.50
7.60
8.00
7.60
7.60
9.50
9.50
7.00
5.20
6.00
5.20
5.20
5.20
5.20
6.00
5.60
5.20
5.20
5.20
5.20
5.20
3.10
4.00
5.20
4.00
4.00
3.10
3.10
3.10
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.30
10.30
10.30
7.60
7.60
7.60
10.30
7.60
7.20
7.60
7.60
8.30
8.30
7.00
5.20
6.00
5.20
5.20
5.20
5.20
6.00
5.20
5.20
5.20
5.20
5.20
5.20
3.10
4.00
5.20
4.00
4.00
3.10
3.10
3.10
General information needed to select proper inductor:
___I. Inductance and Current requirements
___II. Mounting style (surface mount or thru hole) and
size constraints
8.00
8.00
8.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
4.50
5.00
4.00
4.35
4.35
4.35
3.00
3.55
5.00
3.55
3.55
4.50
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
1.40
2.00
2.00
1.80
1.20
1.20
2.00
1.20
1.80
1.40
1.00
1.20
1.20
1.40
1.20
1.00
Core
EMI
Structure Rating2 SMT/THT
UI
UI
EI
EI
EI
UI
EI
EI
EI
UI
EI
EI
EI
UI
EI
UI
EI
UI
UI
UI
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
THT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
Shld Drum
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
2
2
2
2
2
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
___III. Frequency of operation (switching frequency)
___IV. Circuit susceptibility to EMI
___V. Consider using two parts in series for lower
profiles, higher current ratings or higher
inductance values
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Product Family
Unshielded Drum Core
Toroid
Transformers
Common-Mode
UNI-PAC 4B
UNI-PAC 3B (UP3B)
UNI-PAC 2C (UP2C)
LD2
UNI-PAC 2B (UP2B)
UNI-PAC 2.8B (UP2.8B)
UNI-PAC 1B (UP1B)
LD1
UNI-PAC 0.4C (UP0.4C)
OCTA-PAC Plus 4 (CTX_-4A)
OCTA-PAC Plus 4 (CTX_-4A)
OCTA-PAC 4 (CTX_-4)
OCTA-PAC 4 (CTX_-4)
OCTA-PAC Plus 2 (CTX_-2A)
OCTA-PAC Plus 2 (CTX_-2A)
ECONO-PAC 4P (CTX_-4P)
OCTA-PAC Plus 3 (CTX_-3A)
ECONO-PAC 4P (CTX_-4P)
OCTA-PAC Plus 3 (CTX_-3A)
ECONO-PAC 3P (CTX_-3P)
ECONO-PAC 3P (CTX_-3P)
OCTA-PAC Plus 1 (CTX_-1A)
OCTA-PAC Plus 1 (CTX_-1A)
ECONO-PAC 2P (CTX_-2P)
ECONO-PAC 2P (CTX_-2P)
OCTA-PAC 3 (CTX_-3)
OCTA-PAC 3 (CTX_-3)
OCTA-PAC 2 (CTX_-2)
OCTA-PAC 2 (CTX_-2)
ECONO-PAC 1P (CTX_-1P)
ECONO-PAC 1P (CTX_-1P)
Micro-Pac Plus (MP2A)
OCTA-PAC 1 (CTX_-1)
OCTA-PAC 1 (CTX_-1)
Micro-Pac (MP2)
Large Toroid (LCPI) Vertical
Large Toroid (LCPI) Horizontal
Large Toroid (LCPI) w/ Header Vert.
Large Toroid (LCPI) w/ Header Horiz.
Current Sense
Versa-Pac (VP5/VPH5)
Versa-Pac (VP4/VPH4)
Versa-Pac (VP3/VPH3)
Versa-Pac (VP2/VPH2)
Versa-Pac (VP1/VPH1)
Power Over Ethernet/PD 26W (Forward)
PowerOver Ethernet/PD 13W (Flyback)
Power Over Ethernet/PD 7W (Flyback)
Power Over Ethernet/PD 4W (Flyback)
CCFL 14W
CCFL 6W
CCFL 4W
CCFL 2.5W
Common-Mode SMT (CMS3)
Common-Mode SMT (CMS2)
Common-Mode SMT (CMS1)
Common-Mode Thru-hole (CMT4) Vert
Common-Mode Thru-hole (CMT3) Horz
Common-Mode Thru-hole (CMT2)
Common-Mode Thru-hole (CMT1)
Maximum
Maximum
Winding
Current Rating
Inductance Rating Configuration
1
1
Inductance Current Inductance Current (if applicable)
0.47
0.47
0.47
10.00
0.47
1.00
0.47
1.00
1.00
0.33
1.25
0.47
1.76
1.14
0.33
0.47
0.33
1.95
1.47
0.47
1.85
0.33
1.61
2.18
0.47
1.54
0.47
1.69
0.47
0.47
1.67
0.47
1.60
0.47
0.47
various
various
various
various
various
multiple
multiple
multiple
multiple
multiple
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
78.0
30.0
5.50
530
530
1600
940
Note 1 = Current ratings listed are the lower value of the Isat and Irms ratings
Note 2 = EMI Rating: 1) Closed magnetic path - best EMI shield; 2) Small gap,
or external shield - some EMI fringing; 3) No shield - Highest EMI
Note 3 = Alternate sizes, terminal styles available
19.20
16.00
12.20
3.45
10.60
3.60
6.00
2.60
2.88
12.20
6.09
7.00
3.50
5.47
10.90
7.90
11.40
3.95
5.72
6.20
3.10
10.00
4.98
2.95
5.90
3.00
6.00
3.25
6.50
5.50
2.75
3.52
2.75
5.50
2.02
various
various
various
various
various
multiple
multiple
multiple
multiple
multiple
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
4.75
5.35
7.00
6.50
6.50
5.75
6.05
470.0
330.0
1000.0
470.0
1000.0
150.0
330.0
68.0
100.0
300.0
1211.0
300.0
1192.0
1215.0
300.0
300.0
300.0
1195.0
1185.0
300.0
1193.0
300.0
1203.0
1201.0
300.0
1204.0
300.0
1203.0
300.0
300.0
1199.0
100.0
1210.0
300.0
47.0
various
various
various
various
various
multiple
multiple
multiple
multiple
multiple
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
1600
1600
250
5400
5400
30,000
66,000
0.914
0.750
0.380
0.550
0.300
0.620
0.280
0.460
0.350
0.75
0.37
0.62
0.31
0.29
0.58
0.54
0.54
0.27
0.27
0.50
0.25
0.47
0.23
0.21
0.42
0.20
0.40
0.19
0.38
0.32
0.16
0.39
0.11
0.22
0.31
various
various
various
various
various
multiple
multiple
multiple
multiple
multiple
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
0.75
0.50
0.85
2.00
2.00
1.50
0.74
Parallel
Series
Parallel
Series
Series
Parallel
Parallel
Parallel
Series
Series
Parallel
Series
Parallel
Series
Series
Parallel
Series
Parallel
Series
Parallel
Parallel
Series
Series
Parallel
6 windings
6 windings
6 windings
6 windings
6 windings
-
Product Size (mm)
L
W
H
22.10
19.30
12.90
7.80
13.79
12.90
8.89
4.50
6.60
13.97
13.97
13.97
13.97
11.43
11.43
13.97
13.97
13.97
13.97
13.97
13.97
11.43
11.43
11.43
11.43
13.97
13.97
11.43
11.43
11.43
11.43
7.50
11.43
11.43
7.50
various
various
various
various
17.15
28.50
24.60
22.30
16.80
13.00
28.50
24.60
22.30
22.30
28.503
26.003
26.003
20.603
13.97
11.43
9.40
25.00
25.00
36.50
29.50
General information needed to select proper inductor:
___I. Inductance and Current requirements
___II. Mounting style (surface mount or thru hole) and
size constraints
15.00
13.21
9.40
7.00
10.41
9.40
6.10
4.00
4.45
11.43
11.43
11.43
11.43
8.89
8.89
11.43
11.43
11.43
11.43
11.43
11.43
8.89
8.89
8.89
8.89
11.43
11.43
8.89
8.89
8.89
8.89
5.20
8.89
8.89
5.20
various
various
various
various
9.53
21.00
18.00
17.10
16.30
12.90
21.50
18.00
17.10
17.10
25.403
16.503
16.503
14.353
11.43
8.89
7.20
15.40
25.00
22.00
22.00
7.87
6.80
5.20
5.00
6.00
2.80
5.00
3.20
2.92
6.35
6.35
6.35
6.35
5.97
5.97
6.35
4.83
6.35
4.83
4.83
4.83
4.19
4.19
5.97
5.97
4.83
4.83
5.97
5.97
4.19
4.19
1.80
4.19
4.19
1.80
various
various
various
various
20.32
10.80
10.00
8.40
7.80
6.20
10.80
10.00
8.40
8.40
15.003
7.103
5.503
8.003
6.00
6.00
2.60
25.50
14.00
44.50
36.50
Core
EMI
Structure Rating2 SMT/THT
Drum
Drum
Drum
Drum
Drum
Drum
Drum
Drum
Drum
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
Toroid
E
E
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
THT
THT
THT
THT
THT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
THT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
SMT
THT
THT
THT
THT
INDUCTOR SELECTION GUIDE
Inductor Selection Guide
___III. Frequency of operation (switching frequency)
___IV. Circuit susceptibility to EMI
___V. Consider using two parts in series for lower
profiles, higher current ratings or higher
inductance values
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HIGH CURRENT (FP2) FLAT-PAC™
FLAT-PAC™
Low Profile Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Surface mount inductors designed for higher
speed switch mode applications requiring
lower inductance and high current
• Dual conductors allow for low inductance and high current or high inductance and lower current
• Inductance range from .047uH to 0.480uH
• Current range up to 42 Amps
• Meets UL 94V-0 flammability standard
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Next generation microprocessors
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part
Number
Single Conductor
FP2-S047-R
FP2-S068-R
FP2-S082-R
FP2-S100-R
FP2-S120-R
FP2-S200-R
FP2-V050-R
FP2-V100-R
FP2-V120-R
FP2-V150-R
Double Conductor
FP2-D047-R
FP2-D068-R
FP2-D082-R
FP2-D100-R
FP2-D120-R
Part
Number
Double Conductor
FP2-D047-R
FP2-D068-R
FP2-D082-R
FP2-D100-R
FP2-D120-R
Inductance
μH
(rated)
OCL(1)
μH±
15%
0.047
0.068
0.082
0.100
0.120
0.200
0.050
0.100
0.120
0.150
0.047
0.068
0.082
0.100
0.120
0.200
0.050
0.100
0.120
0.150
0.047
0.068
0.082
0.100
0.120
0.047
0.068
0.082
0.100
0.120
Inductance
μH ref.
(rated)
OCL(1)
μH
ref.
0.188
0.272
0.328
0.400
0.480
0.188
0.272
0.328
0.400
0.480
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 1700 (FP2-S and
FP2-D) and 950 (FP2-S200 and FP2-VXXX) per reel
Parallel Mode
I RMS(2)
I SAT(3)
Amps
Amps
39.0
39.0
39.0
39.0
39.0
37.0
37.0
37.0
37.0
37.0
42.0
32.0
26.0
22.0
18.0
19.0
70.0
40.0
33.0
25.5
37.0
42.0
37.0
32.0
37.0
26.0
37.0
22.0
37.0
18.0
Series Mode
I RMS(2)
I SAT(3)
Amps
Amps
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
Notes: (1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 1MHz, .100Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
(3) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff at 20°C.
21.0
16.0
13.0
11.0
9.0
DCR(4)
Ω
nom.
Height
Volt-μ
Sec (VμS)
ref.(5)
0.00024
0.00024
0.00024
0.00024
0.00024
0.00028
0.00028
0.00028
0.00028
0.00028
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.00026
0.00026
0.00026
0.00026
0.00026
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
DCR(4)
Ω
ref.
Height
Volt-μ(5)
Sec (VμS)
ref.
0.0013
0.0013
0.0013
0.0013
0.0013
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
(4) DCR limits 20°C.
(5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the applied V-μS at 500KHz necessary to generate a core loss
equal to 10% of the total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
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FLAT-PAC™
Low Profile Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Mechanical Diagrams
Single Conductor
TOP VIEW
PCB PAD LAYOUT
SIDE VIEW
1
FRONT VIEW
(S or V)XXX
yww
SCHEMATIC
1
1.0 min.
(2x)
1
Height
mm Max
7.20
Max
7.50
1.30 ref.
(2x)
2
2.50 (2x)
2
3.0 ref.
6.50
(4x)
6.70
Max
Dual Conductor
PCB PAD LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
1
SIDE VIEW
4
0.50 (typ)
0.50
SCHEMATIC
FRONT VIEW
1
DXXX
yww
4
1
(4x)
3.00 mm
Max
7.20
Max
7.50
1.50
2
3 2.50 (2x)
1.25 (2x)
ref.
3
Winding 1
7.50
4
Winding 2
4.50
(2x)
1.30 ref.
(2x)
1.00 ref.
2
1
4
HIGH CURRENT (FP2) FLAT-PAC™
2
6.70
Max
3.00
(4x)
2
3 2.50 (2x)
2
3
3.00
(4x)
Series Mode
2 Winding Mode
(3) For parallel mode operation, connect terminals 1 to 4 and 2 to 3 on
PCB (use Single Conductor PCB Layout) For series mode operation,
connect terminals 2 to 4 on PCB (Dual Conductor Model).
Notes: (1) Marking SXXX = S: Single Conductor Style, DXXX = D: Dual
Conductor Style, XXX - last three digits of part number. Date Code:
yww = y: Last Digit of year, ww: week of year.
(2) All Dimensions are in millimeters unless otherwise specified.
Packaging Information
1.5 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
4.0
2.0
1.75
A
1
7.5
16.0
+/-0.3
Bo
ACTUAL SIZE
FLAT-PAC’S
2
Ao=6.6mm
Bo=7.1mm
Ko=3.2mm
Ko=5.2mm
(FP2-S200
& FP2V)
Ko
A
Ao
Direction of Feed
12.0
➞
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FLAT-PAC™
Low Profile Inductors
(Surface Mount)
HIGH CURRENT (FP2) FLAT-PAC™
Inductance
Characteristics
Core Loss
IRMS DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
20
40
50
60
z
z
10
0K
H
20
0K
H
30
0K
H
z
50
0K
Hz
80
z
70
1M
H
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
0
90
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
10
20
30
40
50
60
80
100
200
300
400 500 600
800 1000
% of Applied Volt-μ-Seconds
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FLAT-PAC™ 3
Low Profile Inductors
Part
Number
FP3-R10-R
FP3-R20-R
FP3-R47-R
FP3-R68-R
FP3-1R0-R
FP3-1R5-R
FP3-2R0-R
FP3-3R3-R
FP3-4R7-R
FP3-8R2-R
FP3-100-R
FP3-150-R
Rated
Inductance
μH
0.10
0.20
0.47
0.68
1.00
1.50
2.00
3.30
4.70
8.20
10.0
15.0
OCL (1)
μH ± 15%
Irms (2)
Amperes
0.10
0.22
0.44
0.72
1.10
1.50
2.00
3.20
4.70
8.5
10.9
14.9
19.0
15.3
10.9
9.72
6.26
5.78
5.40
3.63
3.23
2.91
2.30
2.22
Isat (3)
Amperes
Approx. 10%
27
16
11.6
9.0
7.4
6.2
5.4
4.3
3.5
2.6
2.3
2.0
1) OCL (Open Circuit Inductance) Test parameters: 100kHz, 0.1Vrms, 0.0Adc
2) DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise.
It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 155°C under
worst case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
2.8±0.25
Isat (4)
Amperes
Approx. 15%
34.7
20.8
14.9
11.6
9.5
8.0
6.9
5.5
4.2
3.4
3.0
2.5
DCR
mOhms @ 20°C
(Max.)
1.21
1.88
3.67
4.63
11.2
13.1
15.0
30.0
40.0
74.0
101
127
K-factor (5)
803
482
344
268
219
185
161
127
105
78
69
59
3) Isat Amperes Peak for approximately 10% rolloff @ 20°C
4) Isat Amperes Peak for approximately 15% rolloff @ 20°C
5) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph). B p-p =K*L*ΔI
B p-p:(Gauss), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH), ΔI (Peak to peak
ripple current in Amps).
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD LAYOUT
SIDE VIEW
SCHEMATIC
1
(2x)
FRONT VIEW
1.0 min.
(2x)
FP3
XXX
yww
3.00 Max
Packaging
• Units supplied in tape and reel packaging.
Reel quantity = 1,700 parts per reel.
HIGH CURRENT (FP3) FLAT-PAC™ 3
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 155°C maximum total temperature operation
• Low profile high current inductors
• Inductance range 0.1uh to 15uh
• Design utilizes high temperature powder iron material with a
non-organic binder to eliminate thermal aging
• Current rating up to 34.7Adc (Higher peak currents may be
attained with a greater rolloff, see rolloff curve)
• Frequency range up to 2MHz
Applications
• Computers and portable power devices
• Energy storage applications
• DC-DC converters
• Input - Output filer application
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
(range is application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds max.
1
7.25
Max
7.50
2.50 (2x)
2
2.8±0.25
(2x)
2
6.70
Max
Packaging Information
4.50 (2x)
1.5 Dia
min.
0.30
+/-0.05
4.0
2.0
1.5 Dia
+0.1/-0.0
1.75
A
0.3 Rad
max.
1
7.5
Bo
16.0
+/-0.3
2
Dimensions in Millimeters
Ko
SECTION A-A
A
Ao
12.0
0.5 Rad
typ.
Ao= 6.6mm
Bo= 7.1mm
Ko= 3.2mm
xxx = Inductance value
yww = Date code
Direction of Feed
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Low Profile Inductors
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
100
90
% of OCL
80
70
60
50
40
30
10
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
% of Isat
Core Loss
FP3 AC Loss at Frequency, kHz
Frequency (kHz)
CoreLoss vs. Flux Density
CoreLoss (W)
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
0.40
0.30
0.20
0.10
0.00
250
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
500
750
1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250
B p-p (Gauss)
Temperature Rise vs. Watt Loss
Temperature Rise (C)
HIGH CURRENT (FP3) FLAT-PAC™ 3
20
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0.12
0.24
0.36
0.48
0.61
0.73
0.85
0.97
1.09
1.21
1.33
1.45
1.57
Total Loss (W)
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FLAT-PAC™ 4
5mm Height Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Part
Number
FP4-100-R
FP4-120-R
FP4-150-R
FP4-200-R
Rated
Inductance
μH
0.100
0.120
0.150
0.200
OCL (2)
± 15%
μH
0.100
0.120
0.150
0.200
Isat (5)
Amperes
Peak
64
54
42
30
Irms (4)
Amperes
Rated
Inductance
μH
0.090
FP4-090SK-R
OCL (2)
± 15%
μH
0.090
DCR
Ω @ 20°C
(Nom.)
0.00048
0.00048
0.00048
0.00048
40
40
40
40
DCR
Ω @ 20°C
(Max.)
0.00065
0.00065
0.00065
0.00065
Volts-μSec (3)
(VuSec)
(ref.)
1.33
1.33
1.33
1.33
4) DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, airflow, and proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 155°C under worst case
operating conditions verified in the end application.
5) Peak Current for approximately 30% rolloff @ 20°C
1) Units supplied in Tape & Reel packaging; 900 parts on 13" diameter reel.
2) OCL (Open Circuit Inductance) Test parameters: 1MHz, .100Vrms,
0.0Adc & ISAT @20°C
3) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at 500kHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
Part
Number
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging,
900 parts per reel
HIGH CURRENT (FP4) FLAT-PAC™ 4
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 155°C maximum total temperature operation
• Surface mount inductors designed for high speed,
high current switch mode applications requiring
lower inductance
• Gapped ferrite cores for maximum efficiency
• Inductance values from 0.100 uH to 0.200 uH
• Current range up to 64 Amps
• Meets UL 94V-0 flammability standard
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Voltage regulator modules (VRMs) for servers,
microprocessors
• High frequency, high current switching power supplies
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
(range is application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Isat (5)
Amperes
Peak
72
Irms (4)
Amperes
DCR
@ 25°C
33
0.423-0.517
Volts-μSec (3)
(Vus)
(ref.)
1.33
4) DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, airflow, and proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 155°C under worst case
operating conditions verified in the end application.
5) Peak Current for approximately 20% rolloff @ 25°C
1) Units supplied in Tape & Reel packaging; 900 parts on 13" diameter reel.
2) OCL (Open Circuit Inductance) Test parameters: 100kHz, 1.0Vrms,
0.0Adc & ISAT @25°C
3) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at 500kHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
SIDE VIEW
PCB PAD LAYOUT
1
Part Number
yyww R
FP4-XXX
FRONT VIEW
10.20
Max
1.0 min.
(2x)
5.00 Max
10.50
1.30 ref.
(2x)
2.50 (2x)
FP4-100-R
FP4-120-R
FP4-150-R
FP4-200-R
FP4-090SK-R
Dimension
“A” (mm) ref.
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
2.8
SCHEMATIC
1
2
A
2
6.80
Max
4.50 (2x)
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FLAT-PAC™ 4
5mm Height Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Packaging Information
12.0
Ø1.50 Min.
2.00 ±0.1
0.35 ±0.05
Ø1.50 +0.1/-0.0
A
1.75±0.10
4.00
R0.30 Max.
FP4-XXX
A
Ko
Ao
24.00
±0.3
R0.50 Typ.
User direction of feed
SECTION A-A
xxx = Inductance value
yww = Date code R = Revision level
Dimensions in Millimeters
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
100.0
75.0
% of OCL
FP4-100
FP4-150
FP4-200
50.0
FP4-120
25.0
0.0
0
10
20
30
40
50
Isat (Adc)
Inductance Rolloff vs Isat
100
75
% of OCL
HIGH CURRENT (FP4) FLAT-PAC™ 4
Ao=7.20mm
Bo=10.60mm
Ko=5.40mm
yyww R
11.50±0.1
Bo
FP4-090SK
50
25
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
Isat (Adc)
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5mm Height Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Core Loss
Irms Derating with Core Loss
0
20
40
50
70
Hz
0k
kH
z
10
kH
z
500
300
Hz
1M
1.5
MH
z
80
90
HIGH CURRENT (FP4) FLAT-PAC™ 4
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
60
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
10
20
30
40
50
60
80
100
200
300
400
500 600
800
1000
% of Applied Volt-μ-Second
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HIGH CURRENT (FP1308) FLAT-PAC™ 1308
FP1308 Series
FLAT-PAC™
High Current Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• 12.9mm x 13.7mm x 8.0mm surface mount package
• High current handling capability, compact footprint
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 110nH to 440nH
• Current range from 120 Amps to 32 Amps
• Frequency range up to 2MHz
Applications
• Voltage Regulator Modules (VRM) for servers and
microprocessors
• Multi-Phase Buck inductors
• High frequency, high current switching power supplies
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
FP1308-R11-R
FP1308-R21-R
FP1308-R26-R
FP1308-R32-R
FP1308-R44-R
Rated
Inductance
(nH)
110
210
260
320
440
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 450 per reel
OCL (1)
nH±10%
Irms(2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
110
210
260
320
440
68
68
68
68
68
120
72
60
45
32
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 1.0V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for 20% maximum rolloff (@25°C)
DCR
mΩ @25°C
(Typical)
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
DCR
mΩ @25°C
(Maximum)
0.24
0.24
0.24
0.24
0.24
K-factor
(4)
21.330
21.333
21.335
21.340
21.366
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in μH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: FP1308-xxx-R
FP1308 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
Mechanical Diagrams
1
7.62
2.54 (2plcs)
12.95 max.
SCHEMATIC
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
FRONT VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
1
3.18
5.4
13.70 max.
FP1308-XXX
wwllyy R
7.2
8.0
2
LEFT VIEW
2
8.0 max.
Dimensions are in millimeters.
wwlly = Date Code. R = Revision level.
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FP1308 Series
FLAT-PAC™
High Current Power Inductors
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
4.0
A
1.5 dia
min
2.0
1.75
11.5
24.0
+/-0.3
B0
FP1308-XXX
wwllyy R
A
A0
A0= 13.20 mm
B0= 13.90 mm
K0= 8.20 mm
User direction of feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
450 parts per reel.
Core Loss
Core loss vs Bp-p
500kHz
HIGH CURRENT (FP1308) FLAT-PAC™ 1308
K0
SECTION A-A
100kHz
10
Core Loss (W)
1
300kHz
1MHz
50kHz
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.0001
1
10
Bp-p(mT)
100
1000
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FP1308 Series
FLAT-PAC™
High Current Power Inductors
Temperature Rise(°C)
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
0.5
1
Inductance Characteristics
1.5
2
Total Loss(W)
2.5
3
OCL vs Isat
120%
100%
80%
% of OCL
HIGH CURRENT (FP1308) FLAT-PAC™ 1308
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
60%
40%
+25 Deg.C
20%
-40 Deg.C
+125 Deg.C
0%
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
120%
140%
160%
% of Isat
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HCP0703 Series
High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Part Number
HCP0703-R15-R
HCP0703-R22-R
HCP0703-R47-R
HCP0703-R68-R
HCP0703-R82-R
HCP0703-1R0-R
HCP0703-1R5-R
HCP0703-2R2-R
HCP0703-3R3-R
HCP0703-4R7-R
HCP0703-6R8-R
HCP0703-8R2-R
HCP0703-100-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.15
0.22
0.47
0.68
0.82
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging,
1500 parts per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
0.15
0.22
0.47
0.68
0.82
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
26
23
17
15
13
11
9
8
6
5.5
4.5
4
3
52
40
26
25
24
22
18
14
13.5
10
8
7.5
7.0
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
HIGH CURRENT (HCP0703)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• 7.0mm x 7.3mm x 3.0mm surface mount package
• Pressed powder iron core material
• Enhanced core coating eliminates rusting and
provides high insulation impedance
• Inductance range from 0.15μH to 10.0μH
• Current range from 52.0 Amps to 3.0 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Notebook power
• VRM, multi-phase buck regulator
• DC-DC converters
• PC workstations/Servers/Desktop
• Routers
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -55°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -55°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Typical)
1.9
2.5
4.0
5.0
6.8
9.0
14
18
28
37
54
64
102
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Maximum)
2.5
2.8
4.2
5.5
8.0
10
15
20
30
40
60
68
105
K-factor
(4)
1100
922
559
435
360
356
307
206
186
171
140
132
112
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 20% rolloff (@25°C)
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p: (Gauss), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
7.0 Max.
FRONT VIEW
2.4+/-0.3
3.40
3.0 Max.
HCP0703
XXX
wwllyy R
1.68
1.27+/-0.3
7.3 Max.
4.5
SCHEMATIC
1
LEFT VIEW
4.00
2
Dimensions are in millimeters.
wwllyy = Date Code. R = Revision Level.
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HCP0703 Series
High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
min
2.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
A
4.0
7.5
16.0
HCP0703
XXX
wwllyy R
Bo
Ko
Ao
User direction of feed
Bo=7.7 mm
Ko=3.2 mm
Core Loss
Core Loss vs B p-p
700kHz
10000
500kHz
1000
Core Loss (mW)
HIGH CURRENT (HCP0703)
Ao=7.3 mm
SECTION A-A
A
12.0
1000kHz
300kHz
100kHz
100
10
1
10
100
1000
10000
B p-p (Guass)
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High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Performance Graphs
80
0.12
60
0.08
40
0.04
20
0.00
30
40
40
0.07
20
0
0
50
10
40
0.15
20
0.00
Inductance(uH)
60
0.30
Temp.-rise (°C)
Inductance(uH)
80
15
20
25
80
0.60
60
0.40
40
0.20
20
0
0
30
5
HCP0703-R82-R
60
0.40
40
0.20
20
0.00
15
20
100
80
60
0.60
40
0.30
20
0
5
10
15
20
25
DC Bias(Amps)
HCP0703-1R5-R
100
1.50
80
1.20
60
0.90
40
0.60
20
0.30
0.00
Temp.-rise(°C)
Inductance(uH)
25
0.90
0
25
DC Bias(Amps)
1.80
20
0.00
0
10
Inductance(uH)
0.60
Temp.-rise(°C)
Inductance(uH)
80
5
15
HCP0703-1R0-R
1.20
100
0.80
0
10
DC Bias(AMPS)
DC Bias(Amps)
1.00
100
0.00
0
10
HCP0703-R68-R
0.80
100
0.45
5
40
HIGH CURRENT (HCP0703)
HCP0703-R47-R
0
30
DC Bias(Amps)
DC Bias(Amps)
0.60
20
Temp.-rise(°C)
20
60
0.14
Temp.-rise(°C)
10
80
0.21
0.00
0
0
100
Temp.-rise(°C)
0.16
HCP0703-R22-R
HCP0703-R22-R
0.28
Inductance(uH)
100
Temp.-rise(°C)
Inductance(uH)
HCP0703-R15-R
0.20
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
DC Bias(Amps)
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HCP0703 Series
High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Performance Graphs
2.1
60
1.4
40
0.7
20
0.0
Inductance(uH)
80
0
4
6
8
10
12
3.2
80
2.4
60
1.6
40
0.8
20
0
14
0
0
2
4
6
3.6
60
2.4
40
1.2
20
0.0
0
4
6
8
Inductance(uH)
80
2
80
60
40
2.1
20
0.0
0
0
1
2
3
100
60
40
4.0
20
2.0
0
0.0
4
5
DC Bias(Amps)
6
7
8
Inductance(uH)
6.0
3
5
6
7
8
HCP0703-100-R
12.0
Temp.-rise(°C)
80
2
4
DC Bias(Amps)
8.0
1
100
4.2
10
HCP0703-8R2-R
0
14
6.3
DC Bias(AMPS)
10.0
12
HCP0703-6R8-R
8.4
Temp.-rise(°C)
Inductance(uH)
100
4.8
0
10
DC Bias(Amps)
HCP0703-4R7-R
6.0
Inductance(uH)
HIGH CURRENT (HCP0703)
DC Bias(Amps)
8
Temp.-rise(°C)
2
100
100
80
9.0
60
6.0
40
3.0
20
0.0
Temp.-rise(°C)
0
HCP0703-3R3-R
4
Temp.-rise(°C)
Inductance(uH)
100
Temp.-rise (°C)
HCP0703-2R2-R
2.8
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DC Bias(Amps)
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HCP1104 Series
High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Part Number
HCP1104-R20-R
HCP1104-R36-R
HCP1104-R45-R
HCP1104-R56-R
HCP1104-R90-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.20
0.36
0.45
0.56
0.90
HIGH CURRENT (HCP1104)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Low profile surface mount inductors
• 10mm x 11.5mm x 4.0mm package
• Pressed powder iron core material
• Enhanced core coating eliminates rusting and
provides high insulation impedance
• Inductance range from 0.2μH to 0.9μH
• Current range from 42.0 Amps to 22 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Notebook power
• VRM, multi-phase buck regulator
• DC-DC converters
• PC workstations/Servers
• Routers
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -55°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -55°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging,
950 parts per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
0.20
0.36
0.45
0.56
0.90
32
30
30
25
22
42
40
35
32
25
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Typical)
0.7
1.0
1.25
1.60
2.30
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Maximum)
0.9
1.2
1.4
1.8
2.5
K-factor
(4)
505
289
334
287
168
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 20% rolloff (@20°C)
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B-p-p: (Gauss), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
LEFT VI EW
FRONT VI EW
BOTTOM VIEW
RECOM M ENDED PCB LAYOUT
SCHEM ATIC
10.0+/- 0.254
2.3 +/- 0.3
1
HCP1104-X X X
11.5 max.
1
4.0 max.
6.2
wwllyy R
12.0
9.2
2
3.5 +/- 0.5
2
4.5
Dimensions are in millimeters.
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HCP1104 Series
High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
min
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
A
4.0
0.35
+/-0.05
1.75
0.3Rad
max.
11.5
24.0
Bo
HCP1104-XXX
wwll yy R
Ao=10.3 mm
Bo=11.5 mm
Ko=4.3 mm
Ko
16.0
Ao
A
Par ts packaged on a 13" Diameter reel.
950parts per reel.
0.3 rad
typ
User d irection of feed
Core Loss
Core Loss vs Bp-p
700kHz
300kHz
10000
Core Loss (mW)
HIGH CURRENT (HCP1104)
SECTION A-A
1000kHz
500kHz
1000
100
100kHz
10
1
10
100
1000
10000
Bp-p (Gauss)
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High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Performance Graphs
0.16
60
0.12
40
0.08
0.04
20
0.00
0
10
20
30
80
0.30
60
0.20
40
0.10
20
0.00
40
0
0
10
20
DC Bias(Amps)
0.40
80
0.60
0.30
60
0.20
40
0.10
20
0.00
0
30
40
80
0.50
0.40
60
0.30
40
0.20
20
0.10
0
0
10
20
30
40
DC Bias(Amps)
HCP1104-R90-R
100
1.00
80
0.80
60
0.60
40
0.40
20
0.20
0.00
Temp.-rise(°C)
Inductance(uH)
100
0.00
50
DC Bias(Amps)
1.20
Inductance(uH)
0.70
Temp.-rise(°C)
Inductance(uH)
HCP1104-R56-R
100
20
50
HIGH CURRENT (HCP1104)
HCP1104-R45-R
10
40
DC Bias(Amps)
0.50
0
30
Temp.-rise(°C)
0
100
Temp.-rise(°C)
80
HCP1104-R36-R
0.40
Inductance(uH)
100
0.20
Temp.-rise(°C)
Inductance(uH)
HCP1104-R20-R
0.24
0
0
10
20
30
DC Bias(Amps)
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HIGH CURRENT (HCP1305)
HCP1305 Series
High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum temperature operation
• 12.9mm x 13.8mm x 5.0mm surface
mount package
• Pressed powder iron core material
• Enhanced core coating eliminates rusting and
provides high insulation impedance
• Inductance range from 0.47μH to 2.2μH
• Current range from 65.0 Amps to 20 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Notebook power
• VRM, multi-phase buck regulator
• DC-DC converters
• PC workstations/Servers/Desktop
• Routers
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -55°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -55°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
HCP1305-R47-R
HCP1305-R56-R
HCP1305-R68-R
HCP1305-R82-R
HCP1305-1R0-R
HCP1305-1R5-R
HCP1305-2R2-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.47
0.56
0.68
0.82
1.0
1.5
2.2
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging,
400 parts per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
0.47
0.56
0.68
0.82
1.0
1.5
2.2
38
36
34
31
29
23
20
65
55
53
52
50
48
32
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Typical)
1.1
1.3
1.5
2.0
2.1
3.4
4.6
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Maximum)
1.3
1.5
1.7
2.3
2.5
4.1
5.5
K-factor
(4)
181
130
172
167
134
105
77
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 20% rolloff (@20°C)
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p: (Gauss), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Mechanical Diagrams
12.9 max.
2.54±0.3
13.8 max.
8.5
11.06
14.20
J
5.0 max.
D
Dimensions are in millimeters.
wwlly = Date Code. R = Revision Level.
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HCP1305 Series
High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
min
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
4.0
1.75
11.5
24.0
Bo
Ko
16.0
Ao
HIGH CURRENT (HCP1305)
0.3 rad
typ
User direction of feed
Core Loss
Core Loss vs Bp-p
700kHz
10000
500kHz
1000kHz
Core Loss (mW)
1000
300kHz
100kHz
100
10
1
10
100
1000
10000
Bp-p(Gauss)
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High Current Pressed Power Inductors
Performance Graphs
HCP1305-R47-R
0.60
HCP1305-R56-R
100
100
0.40
60
0.30
40
0.20
0.10
20
0.00
0
20
30
40
50
40
0.15
20
0
0
0
60
10
HCP1305-R68-R
60
0.40
40
0.20
20
0.00
Inductance(uH)
Temp.-rise(ºC)
Inductance(uH)
HIGH CURRENT (HCP1305)
0.60
0
10
20
30
40
80
60
0.40
40
0.20
20
0.00
0
0
10
60
0.60
40
0.40
0.20
20
0.00
0
30
40
40
50
100
1.50
80
1.20
60
0.90
40
0.60
20
0.30
0.00
0
0
50
10
20
30
40
50
DC Bias(Amps)
DC Bias(Amps)
HCP1305-2R2-R
100
2.08
80
1.56
60
1.04
40
0.52
20
0.00
Temp.-rise(ºC)
Inductance(uH)
Inductance(uH)
Temp.-rise(ºC)
Inductance(uH)
0.80
2.60
30
HCP1305-1R5-R
1.80
100
80
20
20
DC Bias(Amps)
HCP1305-1R0-R
10
100
0.60
50
1.00
0
50
0.80
DC Bias(AMPS)
1.20
40
HCP1305-R82-R
1.00
100
80
0
30
DC Bias(Amps)
DC Bias(Amps)
0.80
20
Temp.-rise(ºC)
10
60
0.3
Temp.-rise(ºC)
0
80
0.45
Temp.-rise (ºC)
80
Inductance(uH)
Temp.-rise(ºC)
Inductance(uH)
0.6
0.50
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
DC Bias(Amps)
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HCF1305 Series
Power Inductors
Part Number
HCF1305-R47-R
HCF1305-R56-R
HCF1305-1R0-R
HCF1305-1R2-R
HCF1305-1R8-R
HCF1305-2R2-R
HCF1305-3R0-R
HCF1305-3R3-R
HCF1305-4R0-R
HCF1305-4R7-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.47
0.56
1.00
1.20
1.80
2.20
3.00
3.30
4.00
4.70
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging,
600 parts per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
Isat2 (4)
Amperes
0.47
0.56
1.00
1.20
1.80
2.20
3.00
3.30
4.00
4.70
32.0
32.0
22.0
22.0
16.3
16.3
13.2
13.2
10.9
10.9
36.0
30.0
24.0
20.0
18.0
15.0
14.4
12.5
12.0
10.4
30.0
22.5
20.0
15.0
15.0
11.2
12.0
9.0
10.0
7.5
1) OCL: Open Circuit Inductance test parameters: 100kHz, 0.1Vrms, 0.0Adc.
[email protected]°C can be lower than [email protected]°C by 15% max.
2) Irms: DC current for an approximate DT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
3) Isat1: Amperes Peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@25°C)
4) Isat2: Amperes Peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@125°C)
HIGH CURRENT (HCF1305)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• 12.5mm x 12.5mm x 5.0mm ferrite core
material package
• Low profile surface mount inductors designed for higher
speed switch mode applications requiring low voltage
and high current
• Design utilizes ferrite core with high DC bias resistance
and low core loss
• Inductance range from 0.47μH to 4.7μH
• Current range from 36.0 Amps to 10.4 Amps
• Frequency range 100kHz to 1MHz
Applications
• Next generation processors
• High current DC-DC converters
• VRM, multi-phase buck regulators
• PC Workstations, Routers, Servers
• Telecom soft switches, Base stations
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Typical)
0.83
0.83
1.58
1.58
2.58
2.58
4.08
4.08
6.0
6.0
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Maximum)
1.00
1.00
1.90
1.90
3.10
3.10
4.90
4.90
7.2
7.2
K-factor
(5)
21
21
14
14
10
10
8.3
8.3
6.9
6.9
5) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph). B p-p = K*L*ΔI
B p-p:(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in μH), ΔI (Peak to peak ripple
current in Amps).
Part number definition:
HCF1305-XXX-R
HCF1305 = Product code and size
XXX = Inductance value in uH.
R = Decimal point. If no R is present, third character = #of zeros
-R suffix indicates RoHS compliant
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
A
1
RECOMMENDED PCBLAYOU T
C
2
3
E
SCHEMAT IC
L
B
HCF1305-XXX
wwllyy R
DIMENSION TABLE
FRONT VIEW
F
D
A: 12.5max
G: 4.00 Ref.
B: 12.5max
H: 5.40 Ref.
C: 5.0max
I: 3.00 Ref.
D: 2.00 ref
J: 4.00 Ref.
E: 2.40 +/- 0.10 K: 4.00 Ref.
F: 6.90 +/- 0.30 L: 3.4 Ref.
1
K
2
H
G
Dimensions in Millimeters
J
wwllyy=Date code, R=Revision Level
I
I
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HCF1305 Series
Power Inductors
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
4.0
1.5 dia
min
2.0
A
1.75
HCF1305-XXX
wwlly y-R
11.5
B0
24.0
+/-0.3
K0
A0
A
16.00
A0= 12.60 mm
B0= 12.60 mm
K0= 5.50 mm
User direction of feed
Parts packaged on a 13" Diameter reel.
600 parts per reel.
Core Loss
10
1MHz
500kHz
300kHz
1
200kHz
Core Loss (W)
100kHz
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.0001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (m T)
Temperature Rise vs. Total Loss
Temperature Rise Vs. Power Loss
100
Temperature Rise (ºC)
HIGH CURRENT (HCF1305)
SECTION A-A
80
60
40
20
0
0
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
2
Total Pow er Loss (W)
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HCF1305 Series
Power Inductors
Inductance Characteristics
Normalized Rolloff Curves at 25 Deg. C
100.0%
90.0%
% of OCL
80.0%
70.0%
R47, 1R0, 1R8, 3R0 and 4R0
R56, 1R2 and 2R2
3R3 and 4R7
HIGH CURRENT (HCF1305)
60.0%
50.0%
40.0%
0.0%
20.0%
40.0%
60.0%
80.0%
% of ISAT1
100.0%
120.0%
100.0%
120.0%
140.0%
Normalized Rolloff Curves at 125 Deg. C
100.0%
90.0%
% of OCL
80.0%
70.0%
60.0%
50.0%
R47, 1R0, 1R8, 3R0 and 4R0
R56, 1R2 and 2R2
3R3 and 4R7
40.0%
30.0%
0.0%
20.0%
40.0%
60.0%
80.0%
% of ISAT2
140.0%
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HIGH CURRENT (HC1)
HIGH CURRENT 1
Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Designed for high current, low voltage applications
• Low DCR, high efficiency
• Foil construction for higher frequency circuit designs
• Suited for IR and vapor reflow solder
• Frequency range 1kHz to 1MHz
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Next generation microprocessors
• High current DC-DC converters
• Computers
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part
Number
HC1-R22-R
HC1-R30-R
HC1-R57-R
HC1-R87-R
HC1-1R0-R
HC1-1R7-R
HC1-2R3-R
HC1-3R6-R
HC1-5R1-R
HC1-7R8-R
HC1-100-R
Rated
Inductance
μH
0.22
0.30
0.57
0.87
1.0
1.7
2.3
3.6
5.1
7.8
10
OCL (1)
± 15%
μH
0.218
0.291
0.572
0.866
1.12
1.66
2.29
3.59
5.15
7.85
10.5
Irms (2)
Amperes
(Approx.)
51.42
51.42
37.83
28.01
28.01
22.30
22.30
16.76
12.79
12.79
12.79
1) OCL (Open Circuit Inductance) Test parameters: 300KHz, .25Vrms,
0.0Adc & Isat.
2) Irms Amperes for approximately ΔT of 40°C. DC current for an approximate ΔT of
40°C without core loss. Derating is necessary for AC currents. It is recommended
that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst case operating
conditions verified in the end application.
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 250 per reel
Isat (3)
Amperes
(Approx.)
40.5
31.8
33.4
31.0
25.4
22.2
16.7
13.4
11.2
6.7
5.3
DCR (Ω)
Max. @
20°C
0.00036
0.00036
0.00068
0.00123
0.00123
0.0020
0.0020
0.0035
0.0057
0.0057
0.0057
Volt-μSec (4)
(VμS)
(ref.)
1.83
1.83
3.66
5.49
5.49
7.33
7.33
9.16
10.99
10.99
10.99
3) Isat Amperes Peak for approximately 30% rolloff @ 20°C
4) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at 200kHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for 40°C temperature rise. See Core Loss Graph.
Units supplied in tape & reel packaging; 250 parts on 13" diameter reel.
Mechanical Diagrams
Dimensions in Millimeters
xxx = Inductance value
wwllyy = Date code R = Revision level
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HIGH CURRENT 1
Power Inductors
Packaging Information
4.00
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.00
1.5 dia
min
0.35
+/-0.05
A
1.7
1
11.50
.
HC1-XXX
wwllyy R
13.4
24.0
+/-0.3
0
2
2.0
10.3
A
20.00
SECTION A-A
13.4
User direction of feed
HIGH CURRENT (HC1)
Core Loss
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
0
20
40
50
70
z
KH
50
100
KH
z
80
400
K
300 Hz
KH
z
200
KH
z
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
60
90
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80 90
100
200
300
400
500
600
800
1000
% of Applied Volt-μ-Seconds
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HIGH CURRENT 1
Power Inductors
Inductance Characteristics
HIGH CURRENT (HC1)
HC1 Inductor (R22, 7R8)
100
100
90
90
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
HC1 Inductor (R87)
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
0
10
20
30
40
50
% of Isat
100
100
90
90
80
80
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
70
80
90
100
110
120
80
90
100
110
120
80
90
100
110
120
HC1 Inductor (R57, 2R3, 3R6, 5R1)
HC1 Inductor (1R7)
70
70
60
60
50
50
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
% of Isat
% of Isat
HC1 Inductor (R30, 100)
HC1 Inductor (1R0)
100
100
90
90
80
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
60
% of Isat
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
% of Isat
70
80
90
100
110
120
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
% of Isat
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HIGH CURRENT 2LP
Low Profile Power Inductors
Part
Number
Rated
Inductance
μH
.47
.68
1.0
2.2
4.7
6.0
HC2LP-R47-R
HC2LP-R68-R
HC2LP-1R0-R
HC2LP-2R2-R
HC2LP-4R7-R
HC2LP-6R0-R
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 44mm width,
130 parts per 13" reel
Irms (2)
Amperes
(Typ.)
52.9
52.9
33.0
24.3
17.0
17.0
.52
.63
1.15
2.00
4.55
6.00
Isat (3)
Amperes
(Typ.)
63.75
50.00
42.50
31.90
21.25
16.50
DCR (4)
Ohms
(Max.)
.0006
.0006
.0013
.0023
.0046
.0046
Volts (5)
μSec
HIGH CURRENT (HC2LP)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Compact footprint for high density, high
current/low voltage applications
• Foil technology that adds higher reliability factor
over the traditional magnet wire used for higher frequency circuit designs
• Frequency Range up to 1MHz
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Next generation microprocessors
• Energy storage applications
• DC-DC converters
• Computers
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
6.87
6.87
10.31
13.75
20.62
20.62
worst case operating conditions verified in the end application.
3) Peak current for approximately 30% roll-off
4) Values @ 20°C
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at 300KHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 300kHz, 0.250 Vrms, 0.0 Adc
2) DC current for an approximate temperature change of 40°C without core loss.
Derating is necessary for AC currents.
PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow and proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise.
It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under
Mechanical Diagrams
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
19.2
max
9.5
typ
1
HC2LP-xxx
wwllyy R
SCHEMATIC
10.00
11.18
max
19.00
2
19.2
max
2.8
typ
5.50
Packaging Information
2
2.3
typ
5.50
1
xxx = Inductance value
wwllyy = Date code R = Revision level
4.0
1.5Dia +0.10
-0.00
2.0
1.7
A
20.2
19.3
1
40.4
+/-0.1
44.0
+/-0.3
A
11.3
Dimensions in Millimeters
SECTION A-A
19.3
32
User direction of feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
130 parts per reel.
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Core Loss
IRMS DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
HIGH CURRENT (HC2LP)
20
40
50
60
0K
Hz
10
Hz
20
0K
Hz
50
0K
30
0K
80
Hz
70
1M
Hz
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
0
90
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
10
20
30
40
50
60
80
100
200
300
400 500 600
800 1000
% of Applied Volt-μ-Seconds
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
100
90
80
% of OCL
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
% of ISAT
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HC3 Series
HIGH CURRENT 3
Power Inductors
Part
Number
HC3-R50-R
HC3-1R0-R
HC3-2R2-R
HC3-3R3-R
HC3-4R7-R
HC3-5R6-R
HC3-6R0-R
Rated
Inductance
μH
0.50
1.0
2.2
3.3
4.7
5.6
6.0
OCL (1)
nominal
+/-20% μH
0.50
1.05
2.05
3.63
4.98
5.68
6.52
Irms (2)
Amperes
(Typ.)
78.00
78.00
55.50
42.45
33.80
33.80
33.80
1) Test Parameters: 300kHz, 0.25 Vrms
2) DC current for approximately ΔT of 40°C without core loss
De-rating is necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width,
air flow and proximity of other heat generating components will affect temperature
rise. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under
worst case conditions verified in the end application.
3) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff (@20°C)
4) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at 300kHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for a 40°C temperature rise.
HIGH CURRENT (HC3)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• High Density, high current/low voltage
applications
• Foil technology that adds higher reliability
factor over the traditional magnet wire used
for higher frequency circuit designs
• Current range from 78.0 to 33.8 Amps
• Inductance range from 0.50uH to 6.52uH
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Next generation microprocessors
• Energy storage applications
• DC-DC converters
• Computers
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Packaging
• Supplied in bulk packaging, 24 parts per tray
Isat (3)
Amperes
(Typ.)
120
78
60
46
38
34.5
30.0
DCR (mΩ)
max. @
20°C
0.42
0.42
0.70
1.20
2.17
2.17
2.17
Volts (4)
μSec (VμS)
(ref.)
17.33
17.33
26.01
34.65
43.30
43.30
43.30
Part number definition:
HC3-XXX-R
HC3 = Product code and size
XXX = Inductance value in uH.
R = Decimal point. If no R is present, third character = #of zeros
-R suffix indicates RoHS compliant
Mechanical Diagrams
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RECOMMENDED
PCB PAD LAYOUT
FRONT VIEW
SCHEMATIC
14.5 typ
1
22.0
30.0 max
HC3
wwllyy R
4.0 typ
HT max
2
5.50
19.0
5.50
3.0 typ
25.3 max
wwllyy = Date code R = Revision level
Part Number
HC3-R50-R
HC3-1R0-R
HC3-2R2-R
HC3-3R3-R
HC3-4R7-R
HC3-5R6-R
HC3-6R0-R
Height max
18.0
17.5
17.5
17.5
17.5
17.5
17.5
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HC3 Series
HIGH CURRENT 3
Power Inductors
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat
100
90
80
% of OCL
70
60
50
40
30
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
% of Isat
Core Loss
Irms DERATING W ITH CORE LOSS for HC3
% Applied Volt-u Seconds
10
30
50
70
90
110
130
150
170
190
30
%of Irms specified from
zero ripple application
HIGH CURRENT (HC3)
20
40
50
60
100kHz
200kHz
70
300kHz
400kHz
80
500kHz
90
100
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HC7 Series
HIGH CURRENT 7
Power Inductors
Part
Number
HC7-R20-R
HC7-R47-R
HC7-1R0-R
HC7-1R5-R
HC7-2R2-R
HC7-3R9-R
HC7-4R7-R
Rated
Inductance
μH
.20
.47
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.9
4.7
OCL (1)
nominal
+/-20% μH
0.220
0.534
1.05
1.73
2.58
3.61
4.81
Irms (2)
Amperes
(Typ.)
35.80
23.40
20.30
14.20
13.00
10.40
9.80
Isat (3)
Amperes
15% rolloff
45.8
27.5
19.6
15.3
12.5
10.6
9.2
1) Test Parameters: 100KHz, 1.0Vrms
2) Irms Amperes for approximately ΔT of 40°C above 85°C ambient
3) Isat Amperes Peak for approximately 15% rolloff (@20°C)
4) Isat Amperes Peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@20°C)
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at operating frequency necessary to generate additional core loss
which contributes to the 40°C temperature rise. De-rating of the Irms is required
to prevent excessive temperature rise. The 100% V-uS rating is equivalent to a
ripple current Ip-p of 20% of Isat (30% rolloff option).
It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 155°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Mechanical Diagrams
Isat (4)
Amperes
30% rolloff
86.5
51.9
37.1
28.8
23.6
20.0
17.3
DCR (mΩ)
max. @
20°C
0.67
1.60
2.10
4.30
5.20
7.90
9.00
Volts (5)
μSec
(VμS)
2.27
3.83
5.36
6.90
8.40
10.0
12.6
Units supplied in tape and reel packaging. 13" reels 610 parts per reel.
Carrier tape width = 24 mm. Meets EIA standard
Part number definition:
HC7-XXX-R
HC7 = Product code and size
XXX = Inductance value in uH.
R = Decimal point. If no R is present, third character = #of zeros
-R suffix indicates RoHS compliant
FRONT VIEW
TOP VIEW
C
SIDE VIEW
L
HC7-XXX
wwllyy R
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 610 parts per reel
HIGH CURRENT (HC7)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 155°C maximum total temperature operation
• Surface mount inductors designed for higher
speed switch mode applications requiring
lower inductance, low voltage and high current
• Design utilizes high temperature powder iron material
with a non-organic binder to eliminate thermal aging
• Inductance range from 0.22 uH to 4.81 uH
• Current range from 35.8 to 9.8 Amps
• Frequency range 1kHz to 500kHz
Applications
• Next generation microprocessors
• High current DC-DC converters
• VRM, multi-phase buck regulator
• PC, Workstations, Routers
• Telecom soft switches, Base Stations
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Height
Max
Length
Max
3.0 ± 0.25
(2x)
2.60 max
5.10
±0.40
13.0
Max
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD LAYOUT
3.50 typ
2plcs
SCHEMATIC
1
3.50 typ
2plcs
6.50 typ
2
Maximum Dimension
Part Number
HC7-R20-R
HC7-R47-R
HC7-1R0-R
HC7-1R5-R
HC7-2R2-R
HC7-3R9-R
HC7-4R7-R
Height mm
6.0
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
Length mm
14.25
13.8
13.8
13.8
13.8
13.8
13.8
Dimensions in Millimeters.
All dimensions I+/- 0.2 mm unless otherwise specified.
All soldering surfaces are coplanar within 0.15 mm.
wwllyy = Date code R = Revision level
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HIGH CURRENT 7
Power Inductors
4.0
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.75
1
A0= 13.00 mm
A1= 4.00 mm
11.5
B0= 13.00 mm
B1= 14.10 mm
B0
B1
24.0
+/-0.3
HC7-XX X
wwllyy R
K0= 5.6 mm
K1= 6.0 mm
2
K0
16.00
K1
A1
A
SECTION A-A
A0
User direction of feed
Core Loss
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
% of Applied Volt-u-Seconds
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200
0
10
20
(maximum)
% of Irms specified from
zero ripple application
HIGH CURRENT (HC7)
Dimensions in Millimeters
100kHz
200kHz
300kHz
400kHz
500kHz
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Inductance Characteristics
Inductance vs. Idc
5
4.5
4
HC7-R20
3.5
HC7-R47
3
HC7-1R0
L
2.5
(uH)
2
HC7-1R5
HC7-2R2
HC7-3R9
1.5
HC7-4R7
1
0.5
0
0
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
DC CURRENT (A)
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HC8 Series
HIGH CURRENT 8
Power Inductors
Part
Number
HC8-R15-R
HC8-R39-R
HC8-R75-R
HC8-1R2-R
HC8-1R9-R
HC8-2R6-R
HC8-3R5-R
HC8-4R5-R
HC8-5R6-R
HC8-6R9-R
HC8-8R2-R
HC8-100-R
HC8-150-R
HC8-220-R
HC8-330-R
HC8-470-R
Rated
Inductance
μH
0.15
0.39
0.75
1.2
1.9
2.6
3.5
4.5
5.6
6.9
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
OCL (1)
nominal
+/-20% μH
0.175
0.390
0.766
1.32
1.90
2.65
3.52
4.52
5.65
6.90
8.27
9.77
15.02
21.40
31.65
47.28
Irms (2)
Amperes
(Typ.)
39.0
28.3
18.8
16.0
12.4
10.2
8.50
8.00
6.70
6.40
5.50
5.20
4.10
3.40
2.70
2.20
1) Test Parameters: 100KHz, 1.0Vrms
2) Irms Amperes for approximately ΔT of 40°C above 85°C ambient
3) Isat Amperes Peak for approximately 15% rolloff (@20°C)
4) Isat Amperes Peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@20°C)
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at operating frequency necessary to generate additional core loss
which contributes to the 40°C temperature rise. De-rating of the Irms is required
to prevent excessive temperature rise. The 100% V-uS rating is equivalent to a
ripple current Ip-p of 20% of Isat (30% rolloff option).
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 800 parts per reel
Isat (3)
Amperes
15% rolloff
43
26
18.5
14.4
11.8
10.0
8.7
7.7
6.9
6.2
5.7
5.2
4.2
3.5
2.9
2.4
Isat (4)
Amperes
30% rolloff
76
45
32.7
25.5
20.9
17.7
15.3
13.5
12.1
10.9
10.0
9.2
7.4
6.2
5.1
4.2
DCR (mΩ)
max. @
20°C
0.80
1.55
3.40
4.70
7.7
11.4
16.5
18.6
26.3
28.9
39.6
43.6
68.6
99.5
154
237
HIGH CURRENT (HC8)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Surface mount inductors, 4.0mm height,
designed for higher speed switch mode
applications requiring low voltage and high current
• 155°C maximum total operating temperature
• Design utilizes high temperature powder iron material
with a non-organic binder to eliminate thermal aging
• Inductance offering expanded for applications
requiring higher inductance.
• Inductance Range from 0.175 uH to 47.3 uH
• Current Range from 39.0 to 2.4 Amps
• Frequency Range 1kHz to 500kHz
Applications
• Next generation microprocessors
• High current DC-DC converters
• VRM, multi-phase buck regulator
• PC, Workstations, Routers
• Telecom soft switches, Base Stations
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Volts (5)
μSec (VμS)
(ref.)
1.5
2.5
3.5
4.5
5.5
6.5
7.5
8.5
9.5
10.5
11.5
12.5
15.5
18.6
22.6
27.6
It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 155°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Part number definition:
HC8-XXX-R
HC8 = Product code and size
XXX = Inductance value in uH.
R = Decimal point. If no R is present, third character = #of zeros
-R suffix indicates RoHS compliant
Mechanical Diagrams
FRONT VIEW
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
TABLE
C
L
10.9
Max
HC8-XXX
wwll yy R
10.4
Max
4.0
Max
A ref
10.4
Max
3.95
2 plcs
ref
PN
A
mm
R15
2.1
R39
2.1
R75
2.1
1R
2.1
1R9
thru
470
2.7
SIDE VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD LAYOUT
SCHEMATIC
3.5 typ
2plcs
2.70 ± 0.55
(2x)
1
3.0 typ
2plcs
4.0 typ
2
wwllyy = Date code R = Revision level
xxx = Inductance value
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HC8 Series
HIGH CURRENT 8
Power Inductors
4.0
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.75
11.5
Ao=10.4 mm
Bo=11.2 mm
Bo
11.2
Ko=4.3 mm
24.0
+/-0.3
HC8-XXX
wwlly y R
Ko
A
SECTION A-A
16.0
Ao
User direction of feed
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat
100
90
80
% of OCL
70
60
50
40
30
02
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200
% of Isat
Core Loss
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
% Applied Volt-u Seconds
10
30
50
70
90
110
130
150
170
190
84
% of Irms specified from
zero ripple application
HIGH CURRENT (HC8)
Dimensions in Millimeters
86
88
90
92
94
100kHz
200kHz
300kHz
400kHz
500kHz
96
98
100
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HC8LP Series
Power Inductors
Part
Number
HC8LP-R15-R
HC8LP-R39-R
HC8LP-R75-R
HC8LP-1R2-R
HC8LP-1R9-R
HC8LP-2R6-R
HC8LP-3R5-R
HC8LP-4R5-R
HC8LP-5R6-R
HC8LP-6R9-R
HC8LP-8R2-R
HC8LP-100-R
HC8LP-150-R
HC8LP-220-R
HC8LP-330-R
HC8LP-470-R
Rated
Inductance
μH
0.15
0.39
0.75
1.2
1.9
2.6
3.5
4.5
5.6
6.9
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
OCL (1)
nominal
+/-20% μH
0.170
0.430
0.830
1.35
1.92
2.67
3.56
4.57
5.71
6.98
8.37
9.90
15.20
21.70
32.10
47.90
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Irms (2)
Amperes
(Typ.)
29.0
20.2
15.6
12.4
10.1
8.3
6.9
6.5
5.5
5.2
4.5
4.3
3.4
2.8
2.3
1.8
1) Open Circuit Inductance test parameters: 100KHz, 1.0V, 0.0Adc
2) Irms: DC current for an approximate DT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 155°C under worst case
operating conditions verified in the end application.
3) Isat Amperes Peak for approximately 15% rolloff (@20°C)
4) Isat Amperes Peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@20°C)
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at operating frequency necessary to generate additional core loss
which contributes to the 40°C temperature rise. De-rating of the Irms is required
to prevent excessive temperature rise. The 100% V-uS rating is equivalent to a
ripple current Ip-p of 20% of Isat (30% rolloff option).
Packaging
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Isat (3)
Amperes
15% rolloff
31
19
13.5
10.1
8.7
7.4
6.4
5.6
5.1
4.6
4.2
6.8
3.1
2.6
2.1
1.7
Isat (4)
Amperes
30% rolloff
56
34
24
18.7
15.5
13.1
11.4
10.0
9.0
8.1
7.4
3.8
5.5
4.6
3.8
3.1
DCR (mΩ)
max. @
20°C
1.40
2.80
4.70
7.50
11.5
17.1
24.5
27.6
38.9
42.8
58.0
62.9
99.4
149
224
344
HIGH CURRENT (HC8LP)
Description
• 155°C maximum temperature operation
• Low profile surface mount inductors designed
for higher speed switch mode applications
requiring low voltage, and high current
• Design utilizes high temperature powder iron material
with a non-organic binder to eliminate thermal aging
• Inductance range from 0.17 uH to 47.9 uH
• Current range from 29 Amps to 1.8 Amps
• Frequency range 1kHz to 500kHz
Applications
• Next generation processors
• High current DC-DC converters
• VRM, multi-phase buck regulator
• PC Workstations, Routers, Servers
• Telecom soft switches, Base stations
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
(Range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for
10 seconds max.
Volts (5)
μSec (VμS)
(ref.)
7.8
4.7
3.4
2.6
4.1
4.8
5.6
6.3
7.1
7.8
8.6
9.3
11.6
13.7
16.8
20.3
Part number definition:
HC8LP-xxx-R
HC8LP = Product code and size
xxx = Inductance in μH. R = decimal point.
If no R is present third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix indicates RoHS compliant
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Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
SIDE VIEW
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD LAYOUT
2.70 ± 0.55
(2 x)
10.9
Max
3.5 typ
2plcs
10.4
Max
HC8LP-XXX
wwll yy R
3.0 typ
2plcs
4.0 typ
10.4
Max
HIGH CURRENT (HC8LP)
FRONT VIEW
Dimesional Table
FRONT VIEW
C
PN
A
ref
mm
B
max
mm
L
B
Max
A ref
3.95
2 plcs
ref
R15
2.1
3.5
R39
2.1
3.5
R75
2.1
3.5
1R2
1R9
thru
470
2.1
3.3
2.7
3.5
SCHEMATIC
1
2
Dimensions in Millimeters
wwllyy = Date Code, R = Revision Level
Packaging Information
4.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.75
A o=10.4 mm
11.5
Bo=11.2 mm
K o=4.3 mm
Bo
11.2
24.0
+/-0.3
HC8-XXX
wwlly y R
Ko
A
SECTION A-A
Ao
16.0
User direction of feed
Packaging Information:
Parts packaged on a
13" Dia. EIA-481 compliant reel.
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Power Inductors
Core Loss
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
% Applied Volt-u Seconds
10
30
50
70
90
110
130
150
170
190
% of Irms specified from
zero ripple application
(Maximum)
92
93
94
96
97
HIGH CURRENT (HC8LP)
100kHz
200kHz
300kHz
400kHz
500kHz
95
98
99
100
Rolloff
OCL vs Isat
100
90
% of OCL
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
210
220
% of Isat
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HIGH CURRENT (HC9)
HC9 Series
HIGH CURRENT 9
Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 155°C maximum total temperature operation
• Surface mount inductors designed for higher speed
switch mode applications requiring lower inductance,
low voltage and high current
• Design utilizes high temperature powder iron material
with a non-organic binder to eliminate thermal aging
• Inductance Range from 0.2 uH to 47.0 uH
• Current Range from 95.0 Amps to 3.65 Amps
• Frequency Range 1kHz to 500kHz
Applications
• Next generation processors
• High current DC-DC converters
• VRM, multi-phase buck regulator
• PC, Workstations, Routers, Servers
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +155°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max for 10 seconds
maximum
Part
Number
HC9-R20-R
HC9-R47-R
HC9-1R0-R
HC9-1R5-R
HC9-2R2-R
HC9-3R3-R
HC9-4R3-R
HC9-6R8-R
HC9-100-R
HC9-220-R
HC9-330-R
HC9-470-R
Rated
Inductance
μH
0.20
0.47
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.3
6.8
10.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
OCL (1)
nominal
+/-15% μH
0.218
0.544
1.04
1.70
2.53
3.52
4.67
7.45
10.9
22.4
34.5
49.2
Irms (2)
Amperes
(Typ.)
46.7
33.7
23.7
21.0
17.2
14.3
13.0
10.3
8.50
6.30
4.42
3.65
1) Test Parameters: 100KHz, 1.0Vrms
2) Irms Amperes for approximately ΔT of 40°C without core loss.
De-rating is necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width,
airflow, and proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 155°C
under worst case conditions verified in the end application.
3) Peak current for approximately 20% rolloff @20°C
4) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff @20°C
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at operating frequency necessary to generate additional core loss
which contributes to the 40°C temperature rise. De-rating of the Irms is required
to prevent excessive temperature rise. The 100% V-uS rating is equivalent to a
ripple current Ip-p of 20% of Isat (30% rolloff option).
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 450 parts per reel
Isat (3)
Amperes
20% rolloff
65
40
28
22
18
15
13.2
11.4
8.6
6.0
4.8
3.9
Isat (4)
Amperes
30% rolloff
95
57
41
32
26
22
19.1
15.1
12.5
8.7
7.0
5.7
DCR (mΩ)
max. @
20°C
0.50
0.88
1.87
2.27
3.37
4.87
5.90
9.40
14.0
25.7
48.8
72.3
Volts (5)
μSec
(VμS)
2.87
4.78
6.70
8.46
10.4
12.4
14.4
18.1
22.0
31.5
37.3
44.8
Part number definition:
First 3 characters = Product code and size.
Last 3 characters = Inductance in μH. R = decimal point.
If no R is present third character = # of zeros.
Mechanical Diagrams
Dimensions in Millimeters. All dimensions +/-0.2 mm unless otherwise specified.
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HIGH CURRENT 9
Power Inductors
Packaging Information
Dimensions in Millimeters
HIGH CURRENT (HC9)
Rolloff
Core Loss
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HIGH CURRENT (HCPT1309)
HCPT1309 Series
Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 105°C maximum total temperature operation
• 13.2mm x 13.2mm x 9.0mm through hole
package
• Core material: Powder Iron
• Inductance range from 0.20μH to 3.3μH
• Current range from 90.0 Amps to 11.4 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Next generation processors
• High current DC-DC converters
• VRM, multi-phase buck regulator
• Desktop computers
• Video game power
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +105°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +105°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
HCPT1309-R20-R
HCPT1309-R47-R
HCPT1309-1R0-R
HCPT1309-1R5-R
HCPT1309-2R2-R
HCPT1309-3R3-R
OCL (1)
nominal +/20% (μH)
0.20
0.49
0.96
1.59
2.27
3.31
Irms (2)
Amperes
Packaging
• Supplied in bulk packaging, 100 parts per tray
Isat Amperes (3)
Peak 20%
rolloff @20°C
72.2
43.3
30.9
24.1
19.7
16.7
43.1
34.0
19.4
13.7
12.5
11.4
(1) OCL: Open Circuit Inductance test parameters: 100kHz, 0.1Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 105°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Isat Amperes (4)
Peak 30%
rolloff @20°C
90.0
55.0
40.0
30.6
25.0
21.0
DCR (mΩ)
nom @20°C
K-factor
(5)
0.426
0.624
1.90
3.82
4.10
4.80
154.1
92.4
66.0
51.4
42.0
35.6
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 20% rolloff (@20°C)
(4) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@20°C)
(5) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p: (Gauss), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
9.0
max
HCPT1309-xxx
wwllyy R
13.2 sq
MAX
1
2
3.5 +/- 0.5
"B" +/- 1.0
"A " MAX
"C" typ
SCHEMATIC
Dimension Table
Part No
"A "
"B"
HCPT1309-R20
HCPT1309-R47
HCPT1309-1R0
HCPT1309-1R5
HCPT1309-2R2
HCPT1309-3R3
14.0
14.0
13.7
13.5
13.5
13.5
12.2
12.2
12.0
11.8
11.8
11.8
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD LAYOUT
"C"
"D"
1.63
1.63
1.29
1.15
1.15
1.15
2.13
2.13
1.6
1.40
1.40
1.40
"B" +/- 1.0
ØD
1
2
Dimensions are in millimeters.
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HCPT1309 Series
Power Inductors
Core Loss
Core Loss vs. B p-p
160.00
140.00
200kHz
300kHz
400kHz
500kHz
600kHz
700kHz
800kH
900kHz
1.0MHz
100.00
80.00
60.00
HIGH CURRENT (HCPT1309)
Core Loss (mW)
120.00
40.00
20.00
0.00
250
500
750
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
2750
B p-p (Gauss)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat
100
90
80
OCL (%)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
% of Isat
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HIGH CURRENT (CPL)
CPL Series
Multi-Phase
Power Inductors
Description
• Designed exclusively for use with Volterra
VPR-Devices(A)
• High current multi-phase inductor applications
• Ferrite core material
• 50nH per phase coupled inductor
• 125°C maximum temperature operation
• Frequency range up to 2MHz
• Patents pending
• For tape and reel parts add TR after part number:
CPL-x-xxTR-R
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for
10 seconds maximum
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Packaging
• Supplied in bulk trays or tape and reel:
CPL-2-50-R: 120 per tray CPL-2-50TR-R: 750 per reel
CPL-3-50-R: 90 per tray
CPL-3-50TR-R: 750 per reel
CPL-4-50-R: 75 per tray
CPL-4-50TR-R: 750 per reel
CPL-5-50-R: 60 per tray
CPL-5-50TR-R: 750 per reel
CPL-6-50-R: 45 per tray
CPL-6-50TR-R: 750 per reel
Functional Specifications
DCR (Ω) DCR (Ω)
Rated (3)
I Rated
Inductance nom. @ max. @
Inductance
per phase
Part Number
Phases
25°C
25°C per phase (nH) (Adc) (3)
CPL-2-50-R
2
0.0005 0.0006
50 ± 20%
40
CPL-3-50-R
3
0.0005 0.0006
50 ± 20%
40
CPL-4-50-R
4
0.0005 0.0006
50 ± 20%
40
CPL-5-50-R
5
0.0005 0.0006
50 ± 20%
40
CPL-6-50-R
6
0.0005
0.0006
50 ± 20%
40
(1) OCL (Open Circuit Inductance)
(2) Test parameters: 1MHz, 0.1Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(3) The rated current and rated inductance per phase is determined by Volterra’s
testing and circuit design. Additional information can be provided by contacting
Volterra.
Test Specifications
Pin Number
(1-2)
(3-4)
(3-4), (5-6)
(3-4), (5-6),
(7-8)
(3-4), 5-6),
(7-8), (9-10)
OCL (nH)
notes 1&2
365 ± 18%
490 ± 20%
490 ± 20%
490 ± 20%
Magnetizing
OCL (nH)
Inductance
Pin Number notes 1&2 @ 5Adc (25°C)
(3-4)
365 ± 18%
300
(1-2), (5-6) 365 ± 18%
400
(1-2), (7-8) 365 ± 18%
400
(1-2), (9-10) 365 ± 18%
400
490 ± 20%
(1-2), (11-12) 365 ± 18%
400
(A) This device is licensed for use only when incorporated within a voltage regulator
employing power regulating devices manufactured by Volterra Semiconductor
Corp. No license is granted expressly or by implication to use this device with
power regulating devices manufactured by any company other than Volterra.
Mechanical Diagrams
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Multi-Phase
Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
HIGH CURRENT (CPL)
Dimensions are in millimeters. All dimensions +/-0.2 mm unless otherwise specified.
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Schematic/PCB Layout
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Multi-Phase
Power Inductors
HIGH CURRENT (CPL)
Schematic/PCB Layout
Dimensions are in millimeters. All dimensions +/-0.2 mm unless otherwise specified.
Packaging Information (Tape and Reel)
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Multi-Phase
Power Inductors
Packaging Information (Tape and Reel)
HIGH CURRENT (CPL)
Packaging Information (Bulk Tray)
Notes:
Material: 0.8 PVC with internal Anti-Stat
Tolerances: x.xx = ± 0.20, x.x = ± 0.50, x = ± 2.0 unless otherwise specified.
Trays are stackable when rotated 180°.
All dimensions are in mm.
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DR1030 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Low profile surface mount inductors
• 10.3mm x 10.5mm x 3.0mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 1.1μH to 150μH
• Current range from 9.5 Amps to 0.68 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Computer, DVD players, and portable power devices
• Notebook power, LCD panels
• DC-DC converters
• Input/output filter, Buck/Boost regulators
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
SHIELDED DRUM (DR1030)
Part Number
DR1030-1R1-R
DR1030-1R8-R
DR1030-2R8-R
DR1030-3R9-R
DR1030-5R2-R
DR1030-6R8-R
DR1030-8R2-R
DR1030-100-R
DR1030-150-R
DR1030-220-R
DR1030-330-R
DR1030-470-R
DR1030-680-R
DR1030-820-R
DR1030-101-R
DR1030-121-R
DR1030-151-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
1.1
1.8
2.8
3.9
5.2
6.8
8.2
10
15
22
33
47
68
82
100
120
150
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging,
1000 parts per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 30%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
1.1
1.9
2.8
4.0
5.2
6.8
8.4
10.4
14.8
22.8
32.4
47.9
66.6
82.4
100
119.3
155.3
7.0
5.9
5.1
4.3
3.7
3.5
3.3
2.8
2.3
1.8
1.6
1.3
1.1
1.0
0.86
0.8
0.68
9.50
7.41
6.08
5.13
4.75
3.90
3.54
3.18
2.66
2.19
1.81
1.52
1.24
1.14
1.05
0.95
0.86
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Typical)
6.5
9.1
12.1
16.4
22.9
24.9
28.4
40.2
57.3
95.5
113.6
166.6
253.1
332.4
375.0
523.4
590.0
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Maximum)
7.9
11.0
14.5
20.0
27.5
30.0
34.1
48.0
68.8
114.6
136.3
200.0
303.7
382.3
450.0
602.0
700
K-factor
(4)
22
17
14
12
10
9.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
4.5
4
3.4
2.9
2.6
2.4
1.9
1.4
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 35% rolloff max. (@25°C)
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number definition: DR1030-xxx-R
DR1030 = Product code and size, xxx = Inductance value in μH, R = decimal
point. If no R is present third character = # of zeros. -R suffix = RoHS compliant
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DR1030 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
1
3.3
3.0 max.
1.2
XX X
wwlly R
SCHEMA TIC
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
3.0
10.3 max.
1
1.6
7.7
10.5 max.
LEFT VIEW
7.3
2
2
Dimensions are in millimeters.
XXX = Inductance in μH. R = decimal point. If no R is present third character = #of zeros.
wwlly = Date Code. R = Revision Level.
4.0
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
0.35
+/-0.05
A
1.75
0.3Rad
max.
12.0
Ao=10.8 mm
Bo
Bo=11.0 mm
B1
24.0
+/-0.3
XX X
wwlly R
A1=10.5 mm
B1=10.7 mm
Ko=3.2 mm
Ko
A1
16.0
Ao
SECTION A-A
A
0.5 rad
typ
User direction of feed
SHIELDED DRUM (DR1030)
Core Loss
10
500kHz
1MHz
1
300kHz
200kHz
100kHz
Core Loss (W)
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.0001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Total Loss
160
Temperature Rise (°C)
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0.00
0.20
0.40
0.60
0.80
1.00
80.0%
100.0%
1.20
Total Loss (W)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. ISAT
120.0%
SHIELDED DRUM (DR1030)
100.0%
% of OCL
80.0%
60.0%
40.0%
20.0%
0.0%
0.0%
-40 Deg. C
+25 Deg. C
+85 Deg. C
20.0%
40.0%
60.0%
120.0%
% of ISAT
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DR1040 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Low profile surface mount inductor
• 10.3mm x 10.5mm x 4.0mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 1.5μH to 330μH
• Current range from 10.0 Amps to 0.52 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Notebook power, Portable devices
• Wireless modems, ADSL line cards
• Point of load power supplies
• Battery chargers, Video Cards
• MP3 player, PDA’s, DVD players
• LED driver for notebook computer
• Navigation system, LCD backlighting
• Buck, Boost, or Forward inductor
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
OCL (1)
μH±30%
Irms(2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
1.4
2.4
3.6
5.2
6.8
8.1
9.6
14.9
21.1
32.6
45.8
65.3
86.8
101.4
148.3
216.2
323.4
6.50
6.10
5.50
5.40
4.50
3.98
3.80
3.10
2.50
2.20
1.90
1.42
1.29
1.25
0.85
0.70
0.52
10.00
7.80
6.40
5.50
4.80
4.60
4.40
3.60
2.90
2.45
2.10
1.65
1.47
1.35
1.15
0.92
0.70
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 30°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 35% rolloff (@25°C)
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Typical)
6.0
7.0
9.6
14.0
17.0
24.0
26.0
37.0
54.0
69.0
95.0
152
214
225
356
530
810
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Maximum)
8.1
9.0
13.0
17.0
20.0
29.0
35.0
50.0
73.0
93.0
128
183
260
304
430
640
1090
K-factor
(4)
15.48
12.04
9.85
8.33
7.22
6.37
5.70
4.71
4.01
3.28
2.78
2.30
2.04
1.90
1.57
1.27
1.03
SHIELDED DRUM (DR1040)
DR1040-1R5-R
DR1040-2R5-R
DR1040-3R8-R
DR1040-5R2-R
DR1040-7R0-R
DR1040-8R2-R
DR1040-100-R
DR1040-150-R
DR1040-220-R
DR1040-330-R
DR1040-470-R
DR1040-680-R
DR1040-820-R
DR1040-101-R
DR1040-151-R
DR1040-221-R
DR1040-331-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
1.5
2.5
3.8
5.2
7.0
8.2
10
15
22
33
47
68
82
100
150
220
330
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 850 per reel
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in μH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: DR1040-xxx-R
DR1040 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
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DR1040 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
SIDE VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
BOTTOM VIEW
10.5 max
3.0
+/- 0.1
4.0 max
1
XX X
wwll y R
2
1
10.3 max
1.6
2 plcs
2
3.2
2 plcs
1.2 +/- 0.15
(2 Pcs)
SCHEMATI C
1
2
10.5 Ref
7.7
+/- 0.3
Dimensions are in millimeters.
xxx = Inductance value in uH. R = decimal point. If no R is present third character = # of zeros. wwllyy = Date code, R = Revision level.
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
1.5 dia
min
4.0
2.0
A
1.75
12.0
Bo
B1
Ko
24.0
+/-0.3
XXX
wwlly R
A1
16.0
Ao
SECTION A-A
Bo=11.0 mm
User direction of feed
A1=10.6 mm
B1=10.5 mm
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
850 parts per reel.
Ko=4.2 mm
Core Loss
1MHz 500kHz
300kHz
200kHz
10
100kHz
1
Core Loss (W)
SHIELDED DRUM (DR1040)
A
Ao=10.8 mm
0. 1
0. 01
0. 001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
Temperature Rise(°C)
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
Total Loss (W)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
120.0%
100.0%
SHIELDED DRUM (DR1040)
% of OCL
80.0%
60.0%
40.0%
-40 Deg.C
+25 Deg.C
+85 Deg.C
20.0%
0.0%
0.0%
20.0%
40.0%
60.0%
80.0%
100.0%
120.0%
140.0%
160.0%
% of Isat
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DR1050 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Low profile surface mount inductor
• 10.3mm x 10.5mm x 5.0mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 0.7μH to 1000μH
• Current range from 13.5 Amps to 0.43 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Computer, DVD players, and portable power devices
• Notebook power, LCD panels
• DC-DC converters
• Buck, boost, forward, and resonant converters
• Noise filtering and filter chokes
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
SHIELDED DRUM (DR1050)
Part Number
DR1050-R80-R
DR1050-1R5-R
DR1050-2R2-R
DR1050-3R3-R
DR1050-4R7-R
DR1050-6R8-R
DR1050-8R2-R
DR1050-100-R
DR1050-120-R
DR1050-150-R
DR1050-180-R
DR1050-220-R
DR1050-270-R
DR1050-330-R
DR1050-390-R
DR1050-470-R
DR1050-560-R
DR1050-680-R
DR1050-820-R
DR1050-101-R
DR1050-121-R
DR1050-151-R
DR1050-181-R
DR1050-221-R
DR1050-271-R
DR1050-331-R
DR1050-391-R
DR1050-471-R
DR1050-561-R
DR1050-681-R
DR1050-821-R
DR1050-102-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.8
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10
12
15
18
22
27
33
39
47
56
68
82
100
120
150
180
220
270
330
390
470
560
680
820
1000
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 500 per reel
OCL (1)
μH±30%
Irms(2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
0.70
1.37
2.27
3.21
4.43
6.30
8.09
10.1
11.6
14.8
17.5
23.5
26.9
34.3
38.3
47.1
56.7
67.2
84.4
97.5
118.3
149.2
183.7
221.8
263.5
320.6
396.5
480.5
572.6
707.9
818.7
1000.2
9.70
8.60
7.52
6.50
6.13
5.45
5.24
4.80
3.94
3.80
3.39
3.12
2.82
2.56
2.35
2.06
1.96
1.84
1.60
1.52
1.30
1.26
1.18
1.00
0.96
0.83
0.76
0.64
0.62
0.56
0.54
0.43
13.50
10.50
9.25
8.20
6.70
5.80
5.00
4.58
4.10
3.70
3.30
3.00
2.80
2.50
2.35
2.10
1.94
1.70
1.58
1.45
1.30
1.15
1.08
0.98
0.90
0.80
0.72
0.62
0.60
0.55
0.50
0.48
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 35% rolloff (@25°C)
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Typical)
3.2
4.0
5.6
8.0
9.5
13.0
15.1
18.0
24.3
26.0
32.8
38.7
42.6
57.5
60.7
89.0
98.0
111
147
164
223
238
273
377
410
554
648
855
970
1095
1185
1528
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Maximum)
4.0
5.0
6.8
10.0
11.9
16.5
19.0
22.5
30.4
32.5
41.0
48.4
53.3
71.9
75.9
111
123
139
184
205
279
298
341
472
513
693
810
1069
1213
1369
1481
1950
K-factor
(4)
20.47
14.62
11.37
9.30
7.87
6.82
6.02
5.39
4.87
4.45
4.09
3.53
3.30
2.92
2.77
2.50
2.27
2.09
1.86
1.73
1.57
1.40
1.26
1.15
1.06
0.96
0.86
0.78
0.72
0.64
0.60
0.54
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in μH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: DR1050-xxx-R
DR1050 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
10.3 max.
3.0
1
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
3.3
5.0 max.
1.2
SCHEMATI C
1
1.6
XXX
wwlly R
10.5 max.
LEFT VIEW
7.7
7.3
2
2
Dimensions are in millimeters.
xxx = Inductance value in uH. R = decimal point. If no R is present third character = # of zeros. wwllyy = Date code, R = Revision level.
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
4.0
1.5 dia
min
2.0
A
1.75
12.0
Bo
B1
Ko
24.0
+/-0.3
XX X
wwlly R
A1
16.0
Ao
SECTION A-A
User direction of feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
500 parts per reel.
Core Loss
10
1MHz
Core Loss (W)
1
SHIELDED DRUM (DR1050)
Ao=10.8 mm
Bo=11.0 mm
A1=10.5 mm
B1=10.7 mm
Ko=5.3 mm
A
500kHzz300kHzz
200kHzz
100kHzz
0. 1
0. 01
0. 001
0. 0001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
Temperature Rise vs. Total Loss
160.00
Temperature Rise (°C)
140.00
120.00
100.00
80.00
60.00
40.00
20.00
0.00
0.00
0.20
0.40
0.60
0.80
1.00
1.20
Total Loss (W)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. ISAT
120.0%
100.0%
% of OCL
SHIELDED DRUM (DR1050)
80.0%
60.0%
40.0%
-40 Deg. C
+25 Deg. C
+85 Deg. C
20.0%
0.0%
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
120%
140%
% of ISAT
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DR Series
High Power Density,
High Efficiency, Shielded Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Four sizes of shielded drum core inductors
• Inductance range from 0.33uH to 1000uH
• Current range up to 56 Amps peak
• Magnetic shielding
• Secure mounting
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Computer, DVD players, and portable power devices
• LCD panels
• DC-DC converters
• Buck, boost, forward, and resonant converters
• Noise filtering and filter chokes
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part Number
OCL(1)
+/-20%
(μH)
0.306
0.992
1.482
2.070
3.540
4.422
6.480
8.930
10.30
15.01
22.65
34.41
48.62
68.91
80.37
101.4
150.9
223.3
325.5
465.8
676.5
821.7
995.0
0.294
0.952
1.422
1.986
3.396
5.182
7.344
8.566
9.882
16.09
21.73
Irms(2)
Amperes
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100KHz, 0.25Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
(3) Peak current for approximate 30% roll off at 20°C.
6.21
5.28
4.67
4.15
3.31
3.09
2.55
2.19
2.08
1.83
1.62
1.31
1.08
0.89
0.86
0.73
0.58
0.52
0.42
0.35
0.29
0.27
0.26
6.26
5.39
4.94
4.76
3.94
3.34
2.60
2.53
2.41
2.11
1.75
Isat(3)
Amperes
Peak
14.4
7.97
6.52
5.52
4.22
3.78
3.12
2.66
2.47
2.05
1.67
1.35
1.14
0.96
0.89
0.79
0.65
0.53
0.44
0.37
0.31
0.28
0.25
18.4
10.2
8.35
7.06
5.40
4.37
3.67
3.40
3.17
2.48
2.13
DCR(4)
(Ω)
Typ.
0.0073
0.0102
0.0130
0.0165
0.0259
0.0297
0.0435
0.0592
0.0656
0.0844
0.107
0.166
0.241
0.358
0.384
0.527
0.851
1.05
1.59
2.36
3.47
3.93
4.34
0.0074
0.0099
0.0118
0.0126
0.0183
0.0254
0.0418
0.0441
0.0489
0.0637
0.0925
Volt-uSec(5)
Typ.
1.98
3.56
4.36
5.15
6.73
7.52
9.11
10.7
11.5
13.9
17.0
21.0
24.9
29.7
32.1
36.0
44.0
53.5
64.5
77.2
93.1
103
113
1.71
3.08
3.76
4.45
5.81
7.18
8.55
9.23
9.92
12.7
14.7
SHIELDED DRUM (DR)
DR73-R33-R
DR73-1R0-R
DR73-1R5-R
DR73-2R2-R
DR73-3R3-R
DR73-4R7-R
DR73-6R8-R
DR73-8R2-R
DR73-100-R
DR73-150-R
DR73-220-R
DR73-330-R
DR73-470-R
DR73-680-R
DR73-820-R
DR73-101-R
DR73-151-R
DR73-221-R
DR73-331-R
DR73-471-R
DR73-681-R
DR73-821-R
DR73-102-R
DR74-R33-R
DR74-1R0-R
DR74-1R5-R
DR74-2R2-R
DR74-3R3-R
DR74-4R7-R
DR74-6R8-R
DR74-8R2-R
DR74-100-R
DR74-150-R
DR74-220-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.33
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
0.33
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 1350 (DR73),
1100 (DR74), 600 (DR125), and 350 (DR127) per reel
(4) DCR limits @ 20°C.
(5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represent the
applied V-μS at 100KHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
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DR Series
High Power Density,
High Efficiency, Shielded Inductors
SHIELDED DRUM (DR)
Part Number
DR74-330-R
DR74-470-R
DR74-680-R
DR74-820-R
DR74-101-R
DR74-151-R
DR74-221-R
DR74-331-R
DR74-471-R
DR74-681-R
DR74-821-R
DR74-102-R
DR125-R47-R
DR125-1R0-R
DR125-1R5-R
DR125-2R2-R
DR125-3R3-R
DR125-4R7-R
DR125-6R8-R
DR125-8R2-R
DR125-100-R
DR125-150-R
DR125-220-R
DR125-330-R
DR125-470-R
DR125-680-R
DR125-820-R
DR125-101-R
DR125-151-R
DR125-221-R
DR125-331-R
DR125-471-R
DR125-681-R
DR125-821-R
DR125-102-R
DR125-124-R
DR127-R47-R
DR127-1R0-R
DR127-1R5-R
DR127-2R2-R
DR127-3R3-R
DR127-4R7-R
DR127-6R8-R
DR127-8R2-R
DR127-100-R
DR127-150-R
DR127-220-R
DR127-330-R
DR127-470-R
DR127-680-R
DR127-820-R
DR127-101-R
DR127-151-R
DR127-221-R
DR127-331-R
DR127-471-R
DR127-681-R
DR127-821-R
DR127-102-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
0.47
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
120000
0.47
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
OCL(1)
+/-20%
(μH)
33.01
49.64
69.67
80.95
101.6
150.0
227.0
335.6
465.3
671.2
812.7
1009
0.456
0.894
1.478
2.208
3.084
5.274
6.588
8.048
9.654
15.35
22.36
33.74
47.47
67.91
86.89
102.7
151.1
216.8
332.6
473.1
679.8
828.0
1008
120630
0.419
0.821
1.357
2.027
2.831
4.841
7.387
8.861
10.47
14.09
22.93
33.92
47.05
66.48
79.75
99.31
144.9
221.5
323.6
467.1
676.7
818.1
1005
Irms(2)
Amperes
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100KHz, 0.25Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
(3) Peak current for approximate 30% roll off at 20°C.
1.41
1.15
1.03
0.91
0.86
0.69
0.56
0.45
0.40
0.33
0.31
0.27
17.6
15.0
13.8
10.9
9.26
7.18
6.64
5.54
5.35
4.27
3.70
3.28
2.71
2.22
2.05
1.78
1.48
1.19
1.06
0.87
0.70
0.60
0.57
0.060
17.9
15.5
13.5
12.5
10.5
8.25
7.34
6.32
6.04
5.03
4.00
3.23
2.95
2.44
2.09
1.96
1.59
1.29
1.04
0.85
0.76
0.65
0.61
Isat(3)
Amperes
Peak
1.73
1.41
1.19
1.11
0.99
0.81
0.66
0.54
0.46
0.38
0.35
0.31
33.0
23.6
18.3
15.0
12.7
9.71
8.68
7.86
7.17
5.69
4.71
3.84
3.24
2.70
2.39
2.20
1.81
1.51
1.22
1.02
0.85
0.77
0.70
0.069
56.0
40.0
31.1
25.5
21.5
16.5
13.3
12.2
11.2
9.66
7.57
6.22
5.28
4.44
4.06
3.64
3.01
2.43
2.01
1.68
1.39
1.27
1.14
DCR(4)
(Ω)
Typ.
0.143
0.216
0.265
0.345
0.383
0.591
0.907
1.41
1.74
2.58
2.93
3.89
0.0018
0.0024
0.0029
0.0045
0.0063
0.0105
0.0123
0.0176
0.0189
0.0298
0.0396
0.0505
0.0740
0.101
0.128
0.170
0.248
0.384
0.482
0.718
1.10
1.49
1.69
150
0.00195
0.00313
0.00341
0.00402
0.00567
0.00917
0.0116
0.0157
0.0172
0.0247
0.0391
0.0600
0.0719
0.105
0.143
0.163
0.247
0.376
0.574
0.861
1.08
1.47
1.66
Volt-uSec(5)
Typ.
18.1
22.2
26.3
28.4
31.8
38.6
47.5
57.8
68.1
81.7
89.9
100
3.17
4.43
5.70
6.97
8.23
10.8
12.0
13.3
14.6
18.4
22.2
27.2
32.3
38.6
43.7
47.5
57.6
69.0
85.5
102
122
135
149
1521
3.50
4.90
6.30
7.70
9.10
11.9
14.7
16.1
17.5
20.3
25.9
31.5
37.1
44.1
48.3
53.9
65.1
80.5
97.3
117
141
155
172
(4) DCR limits @ 20°C.
(5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represent the
applied V-μS at 100KHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
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DR Series
High Power Density,
High Efficiency, Shielded Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
DR73 Series
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
6.0
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
7.6
Max
2.0
1
2.50
7.6 Max
3.55
Max
DR73
###
SCHEMATIC
3.25
2
8.50
1.13
DR74 Series
BOTTOM VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
7.6
Max
7.6
Max
2.0
1
2.50
4.35
Max
DR74
###
SCHEMATIC
3.25
2
1.13
8.50
DR125 Series
FRONT VIEW
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
SCHEMATIC
13.80
1
4.90 1
Typ
2
12.50
Max
6.00
Max
1
DR125-###
wwllyy R
2
5.50
2
12.50
Max
SHIELDED DRUM (DR)
BOTTOM VIEW
2.05
Typ.
3.85
10
DR127 Series
BOTTOM VIEW
FRONT VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
2.05
Typ.
4.90
Typ
SCHEMATIC
13.80
1
2
10
Dimensions in Millimeters.
12.50
Max
8.00
Max
1
12.50
Max
DR127-###
wwllyy R
1
5.50
2
3.85
2
### = Inductance value per family chart
wwllyy = (date code) R = revision level
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DR Series
High Power Density,
High Efficiency, Shielded Inductors
Packaging Information
DR73 Series
Ø1.50 +0.1/-0.0
12.00
2.00 ±0.1
Ø1.50 Min.
A
4.00
1.75±0.10
1
7.50±0.1
DR73
xxy
Bo
16.00
±0.3
ACTUAL SIZE
DR73
2
A
Ao
Ko
Ao=7.90mm
Bo=7.90mm
Ko=3.80mm
User direction of feed
SECTION A-A
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
1,350 parts per reel.
DR74 Series
Ø1.50 +0.1/-0.0
12.00
2.00 ±0.1
Ø1.50 Min.
A
4.00
1.75±0.10
1
7.50±0.1
DR74
xxy
Bo
16.00
±0.3
ACTUAL SIZE
DR74
2
Ko
Ao=7.90mm
Bo=7.90mm
Ko=4.70mm
A
Ao
SECTION A-A
User direction of feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
1,100 parts per reel.
SHIELDED DRUM (DR)
DR125 Series
4.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.7
1
11.5
DR125-###
wwllyy R
B0
24.0
+/-0.3
ACTUAL SIZE
DR125
2
Ao=13.0mm
Bo=13.0mm
Ko=6.30mm
A0
K0
A
16.00
SECTION A-A
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
600 parts per reel.
User direction of feed
DR127 Series
4.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.7
1
11.5
Ao=13.0mm
Bo=13.0mm
Ko=8.30mm
DR127-###
wwllyy R
B0
24.0
+/-0.3
ACTUAL SIZE
DR127
2
A0
K0
SECTION A-A
20.00
A
User direction of feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
350 parts per reel.
Dimensions are in millimeters.
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DR Series
High Power Density,
High Efficiency, Shielded Inductors
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat DR74
OCL vs Isat DR73
100
100
90
80
80
60
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
70
50
40
60
40
30
20
20
10
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
0
160
0
% of Isat
20
40
60
100
120
140
160
180
OCL vs Isat DR127
OCL vs Isat DR125
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
80
% of Isat
50
40
50
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
0
150
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
% of Isat
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
% Idc sat
Core Loss
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
0
10
SHIELDED DRUM (DR)
30
60
70
z
KH
z
25
KH
50
Hz
0K
10
20
0K
Hz
80
30
0K
Hz
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
50
90
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
10
20
30
40
60
80
100
200
300
400
600
800
1000
% of Applied Volt-μSecond
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DR124 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Low profile surface mount inductor
• 12.3mm x 12.3mm x 4.5mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 0.47μH to 1000μH
• Current range from 24.4 Amps to 0.44 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Notebook power, LCD panels
• Computer, DVD players, and portable power devices
• DC-DC converters
• Buck, boost, forward, and resonant converters
• Noise filtering and filter chokes
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
SHIELDED DRUM (DR124)
Part Number
DR124-R47-R
DR124-1R0-R
DR124-1R5-R
DR124-2R2-R
DR124-3R9-R
DR124-4R7-R
DR124-6R8-R
DR124-8R2-R
DR124-100-R
DR124-120-R
DR124-150-R
DR124-180-R
DR124-220-R
DR124-270-R
DR124-330-R
DR124-390-R
DR124-470-R
DR124-560-R
DR124-680-R
DR124-820-R
DR124-101-R
DR124-121-R
DR124-151-R
DR124-181-R
DR124-221-R
DR124-271-R
DR124-331-R
DR124-471-R
DR124-681-R
DR124-821-R
DR124-102-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.47
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.9
4.7
6.8
8.2
10
12
15
18
22
27
33
39
47
56
68
82
100
120
150
180
220
270
330
470
680
820
1000
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 750 per reel
OCL (1)
μH±20%
Irms(2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
0.42
0.83
1.37
2.04
3.80
4.88
6.10
7.45
8.94
11.5
14.2
16.2
20.7
25.7
31.2
37.3
44.0
54.9
67.1
80.5
95.1
111
146
179
216
256
327
460
669
825
998
16.0
13.9
11.1
9.1
7.0
6.5
5.6
5.2
4.5
4.1
3.6
3.4
3.2
2.8
2.6
2.3
2.2
2.0
1.8
1.7
1.5
1.3
1.3
1.1
1.0
0.88
0.83
0.68
0.56
0.53
0.44
24.40
18.00
14.00
11.45
8.40
7.65
6.47
6.22
5.80
4.96
4.62
4.32
3.83
3.44
3.12
2.85
2.63
2.35
2.13
1.94
1.79
1.65
1.44
1.30
1.15
1.09
0.92
0.74
0.65
0.62
0.53
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 25% rolloff (@25°C)
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Typical)
2.2
3.00
4.75
5.92
12.50
13.50
18.06
21.67
23.33
31.67
37.30
46.97
53.99
66.67
80.83
110.00
124.66
144.32
183.33
212.72
256.67
311.18
371.02
501.66
558.00
725.00
825.00
1242.50
1845.83
2109.17
2898.00
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Maximum)
2.7
3.6
5.7
7.1
15.0
16.2
21.7
26.0
28.0
38.0
44.8
56.4
64.8
80.0
97.0
132.0
149.6
173.2
220.0
255.3
308.0
373.4
445.2
602.0
669.6
870.0
990.0
1491.0
2215.0
2351.0
3477.00
K-factor
(4)
17.51
12.50
9.73
7.96
5.84
5.15
4.61
4.17
3.81
3.50
3.02
2.82
2.50
2.24
2.04
1.86
1.72
1.54
1.39
1.27
1.17
1.08
0.94
0.87
0.77
0.71
0.63
0.53
0.45
0.40
0.37
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in μH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: DR124-xxx-R
DR124 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
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DR124 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
2.05
Typ.
BOTTOM VIEW
FRONT VIEW
SCHEMATIC
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
12.9
5.00 1
Typ
2
4.5
Max
12.30
Max
1
2
12.30
Max
DR124-###
wwllyy R
1
5.50
2
10
2.65
Dimensions are in millimeters.
wwlly = Date code, R = Revision level.
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.75
4.0
11
12.6
Bo
B1
DR124-###
wwllyy R
A1
Ao
Ko
SECTION A-A
16.0
Ao=13.2 mm
Bo=13.2 mm
A1=10mm
B1=10 mm
Ko=5.2 mm
24.0
A
User direction of feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
750 parts per reel.
SHIELDED DRUM (DR124)
Core Loss
100
500kHz
1MHz
10
100kHz
1
Core Loss (W)
300kHz
200kHz
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.0001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (m T)
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DR124 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
120
Temperature Rise (ºC)
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
2
Total Pow er Loss (W)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL Vs. Isat
120.0%
100.0%
% OCL
SHIELDED DRUM (DR124)
80.0%
60.0%
40.0%
20.0%
0.0%
0.0%
+85 Deg. C
+25 Deg. C
- 40 Deg. C
20.0%
40.0%
60.0%
80.0%
100.0%
120.0%
% Isat
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DRQ Series
Dual Winding, Shielded
Inductors/Transformer
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Dual winding inductors that can be used as either
a single inductor, or in coupled inductor/transformer
applications (1:1 turns ratio)
• Four sizes of shielded drum core inductors
• Windings can be connected in series or parallel, offering
a broad range of inductance and current ratings
• Peak current ratings from 0.13 Amps to 56 Amps
• RMS current ratings from 0.128 Amps to 17.9 Amps
• Inductance ratings from 0.33μH to 4.02mH
• Surface Mount
• 200 VAC Isolation between windings
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• As a transformer: SEPIC, flyback
• As an inductor: Buck, boost, coupled inductor
• DC/DC converters
• VRM inductor for CPU and DDR power supplies
• Input and output filter chokes
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature: -40°C to +125°C (Range is
application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: 260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part Number
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
0.306
0.992
1.482
2.070
3.540
4.422
6.480
8.930
10.30
15.01
22.65
34.41
48.62
68.91
80.37
101.4
150.9
223.3
325.5
465.8
676.5
821.7
995.0
I rms (2)
Amperes
6.19
5.25
4.64
4.11
3.31
3.09
2.55
2.19
2.08
1.83
1.62
1.31
1.08
0.89
0.86
0.73
0.58
0.52
0.42
0.35
0.29
0.27
0.26
Parallel Ratings
I sat (3)
DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
typ.
Peak
14.4
0.0074
7.97
0.0103
6.52
0.0132
5.52
0.0167
4.22
0.0259
3.78
0.0297
3.12
0.0435
2.66
0.0592
2.47
0.0656
2.05
0.0844
1.67
0.107
1.35
0.166
1.14
0.241
0.96
0.358
0.89
0.384
0.79
0.527
0.65
0.851
0.53
1.05
0.44
1.59
0.37
2.36
0.31
3.47
0.28
3.93
0.25
4.34
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25 Vrms, 0.0 Adc
Parallel: (1,2 - 4,2) Series: (1 - 4) tie (2 - 3)
2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
3) Peak current for approximately 30% roll-off at 20°C
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
1.98
3.56
4.36
5.15
6.73
7.52
9.11
10.7
11.5
13.9
17.0
21.0
24.9
29.7
32.1
36.0
44.0
53.5
64.5
77.2
93.1
103
113
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
1.224
3.968
5.928
8.280
14.16
17.69
25.92
35.72
41.20
60.04
90.60
137.6
194.5
275.6
321.5
405.6
603.6
893.2
1302
1863
2706
3287
3980
I rms (2)
Amperes
3.10
2.63
2.32
2.06
1.66
1.55
1.28
1.10
1.04
0.916
0.811
0.653
0.542
0.444
0.430
0.367
0.289
0.260
0.211
0.173
0.143
0.134
0.128
Series Ratings
I sat (3)
DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
typ.
Peak
7.18
0.0296
3.99
0.0411
3.26
0.0527
2.76
0.0669
2.11
0.1035
1.89
0.1188
1.56
0.1742
1.33
0.2368
1.24
0.2623
1.03
0.339
0.83
0.429
0.68
0.665
0.57
0.965
0.48
1.43
0.44
1.54
0.39
2.11
0.32
3.41
0.27
4.20
0.22
6.36
0.18
9.44
0.15
13.88
0.14
15.72
0.13
17.36
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
3.96
7.12
8.72
10.3
13.5
15.0
18.2
21.4
23.0
27.8
34.0
42.0
49.8
59.4
64.2
72.0
88.0
107
129
154
186
206
226
SHIELDED DRUM (DRQ)
DRQ73-R33-R
DRQ73-1R0-R
DRQ73-1R5-R
DRQ73-2R2-R
DRQ73-3R3-R
DRQ73-4R7-R
DRQ73-6R8-R
DRQ73-8R2-R
DRQ73-100-R
DRQ73-150-R
DRQ73-220-R
DRQ73-330-R
DRQ73-470-R
DRQ73-680-R
DRQ73-820-R
DRQ73-101-R
DRQ73-151-R
DRQ73-221-R
DRQ73-331-R
DRQ73-471-R
DRQ73-681-R
DRQ73-821-R
DRQ73-102-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.33
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 1350 (DRQ73),
1100 (DRQ74), 600 (DRQ125), and 350 (DRQ127)
per reel
4) DCR limits @ 20°C
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at 100KHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for a 40°C temperature rise.
6) Turns Ratio (1-2):(3-4) 1:1
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DRQ Series
Dual Winding, Shielded
Inductors/Transformer
SHIELDED DRUM (DRQ)
Part Number
DRQ74-R33-R
DRQ74-1R0-R
DRQ74-1R5-R
DRQ74-2R2-R
DRQ74-3R3-R
DRQ74-4R7-R
DRQ74-6R8-R
DRQ74-8R2-R
DRQ74-100-R
DRQ74-150-R
DRQ74-220-R
DRQ74-330-R
DRQ74-470-R
DRQ74-680-R
DRQ74-820-R
DRQ74-101-R
DRQ74-151-R
DRQ74-221-R
DRQ74-331-R
DRQ74-471-R
DRQ74-681-R
DRQ74-821-R
DRQ74-102-R
DRQ125-R47-R
DRQ125-1R0-R
DRQ125-1R5-R
DRQ125-2R2-R
DRQ125-3R3-R
DRQ125-4R7-R
DRQ125-6R8-R
DRQ125-8R2-R
DRQ125-100-R
DRQ125-150-R
DRQ125-220-R
DRQ125-330-R
DRQ125-470-R
DRQ125-680-R
DRQ125-820-R
DRQ125-101-R
DRQ125-151-R
DRQ125-221-R
DRQ125-331-R
DRQ125-471-R
DRQ125-681-R
DRQ125-821-R
DRQ125-102-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.33
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
0.47
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
0.294
0.952
1.422
1.986
3.396
5.182
7.344
8.566
9.882
16.09
21.73
33.01
49.64
69.67
80.95
101.6
150.0
227.0
335.6
465.3
671.2
812.7
1009
0.456
0.894
1.478
2.208
3.084
5.274
6.588
8.048
9.654
15.35
22.36
33.74
47.47
67.91
86.89
102.7
151.1
216.8
332.6
473.1
679.8
828.0
1008
I rms (2)
Amperes
6.20
5.33
4.96
4.66
3.94
3.34
2.60
2.53
2.41
2.11
1.75
1.41
1.15
1.03
0.91
0.86
0.69
0.56
0.45
0.40
0.33
0.31
0.27
17.6
15.0
13.8
10.9
9.26
7.18
6.64
5.54
5.35
4.27
3.70
3.28
2.71
2.22
2.05
1.78
1.48
1.19
1.06
0.87
0.70
0.60
0.57
Parallel Ratings
I sat (3)
DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
typ.
Peak
18.4
0.0074
10.2
0.0100
8.35
0.0115
7.06
0.0130
5.40
0.0183
4.37
0.0254
3.67
0.0418
3.40
0.0441
3.17
0.0489
2.48
0.0637
2.13
0.0925
1.73
0.143
1.41
0.216
1.19
0.265
1.11
0.345
0.99
0.383
0.81
0.591
0.66
0.907
0.54
1.41
0.46
1.74
0.38
2.58
0.35
2.93
0.31
3.89
33.0
0.0018
23.6
0.0024
18.3
0.0029
15.0
0.0045
12.7
0.0063
9.71
0.0105
8.68
0.0123
7.86
0.0176
7.17
0.0189
5.69
0.0298
4.71
0.0396
3.84
0.0505
3.24
0.0740
2.70
0.101
2.39
0.128
2.20
0.170
1.81
0.248
1.51
0.384
1.22
0.482
1.02
0.718
0.85
1.10
0.77
1.49
0.70
1.69
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25 Vrms, 0.0 Adc
Parallel: (1,2 - 4,2) Series: (1 - 4) tie (2 - 3)
2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
3) Peak current for approximately 30% roll-off at 20°C
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
1.71
3.08
3.76
4.45
5.81
7.18
8.55
9.23
9.92
12.7
14.7
18.1
22.2
26.3
28.4
31.8
38.6
47.5
57.8
68.1
81.7
89.9
100
3.17
4.43
5.70
6.97
8.23
10.8
12.0
13.3
14.6
18.4
22.2
27.2
32.3
38.6
43.7
47.5
57.6
69.0
85.5
102
122
135
149
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
1.176
3.808
5.688
7.944
13.58
20.73
29.38
34.26
39.53
64.36
86.92
132.0
198.6
278.7
323.8
406.4
600.0
908.0
1342
1861
2685
3251
4036
1.824
3.576
5.912
8.832
12.34
21.10
26.35
32.19
38.62
61.40
89.44
135.0
189.9
271.6
347.6
410.8
604.4
867.2
1330
1892
2719
3312
4032
I rms (2)
Amperes
3.10
2.66
2.48
2.33
1.97
1.67
1.30
1.27
1.20
1.05
0.874
0.702
0.573
0.517
0.453
0.430
0.346
0.279
0.224
0.202
0.166
0.156
0.135
8.80
7.51
6.89
5.46
4.63
3.59
3.32
2.77
2.67
2.13
1.84
1.64
1.35
1.11
1.03
0.892
0.739
0.594
0.530
0.434
0.350
0.301
0.283
Series Ratings
I sat (3)
DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
typ.
Peak
9.18
0.0295
5.10
0.0400
4.17
0.0461
3.53
0.0521
2.70
0.0732
2.19
0.102
1.84
0.167
1.70
0.177
1.58
0.196
1.24
0.255
1.07
0.371
0.87
0.574
0.71
0.865
0.60
1.06
0.55
1.38
0.49
1.53
0.41
2.37
0.33
3.63
0.27
5.66
0.23
6.97
0.19
10.3
0.17
11.7
0.16
15.6
16.5
0.0078
11.8
0.0096
9.15
0.0114
7.50
0.0182
6.35
0.0253
4.86
0.0420
4.34
0.0492
3.93
0.0705
3.59
0.0757
2.85
0.120
2.36
0.159
1.92
0.203
1.62
0.297
1.35
0.440
1.20
0.515
1.10
0.682
0.905
0.991
0.755
1.54
0.610
1.93
0.510
2.87
0.425
4.42
0.385
5.96
0.350
6.76
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
3.42
6.16
7.52
8.9
11.6
14.4
17.1
18.5
19.8
25.4
29.4
36.2
44.4
52.6
56.8
63.6
77.2
95
116
136
163
180
200
6.34
8.86
11.40
13.9
16.5
21.6
24.0
26.6
29.2
36.8
44.4
54.4
64.6
77.2
87.4
95.0
115.2
138
171
204
244
270
298
4) DCR limits @ 20°C
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at 100KHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for a 40°C temperature rise.
6) Turns Ratio (1-2):(3-4) 1:1
PM-74
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DRQ Series
Dual Winding, Shielded
Inductors/Transformer
Part Number
DRQ127-R47-R
DRQ127-1R0-R
DRQ127-1R5-R
DRQ127-2R2-R
DRQ127-3R3-R
DRQ127-4R7-R
DRQ127-6R8-R
DRQ127-8R2-R
DRQ127-100-R
DRQ127-150-R
DRQ127-220-R
DRQ127-330-R
DRQ127-470-R
DRQ127-680-R
DRQ127-820-R
DRQ127-101-R
DRQ127-151-R
DRQ127-221-R
DRQ127-331-R
DRQ127-471-R
DRQ127-681-R
DRQ127-821-R
DRQ127-102-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.47
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
0.419
0.821
1.357
2.027
2.831
4.841
7.387
8.861
10.47
14.09
22.93
33.92
47.05
66.48
79.75
99.31
144.9
221.5
323.6
467.1
676.7
818.1
1005
I rms (2)
Amperes
17.9
15.5
13.5
12.5
10.4
8.25
7.34
6.32
6.04
5.03
4.00
3.23
2.95
2.44
2.09
1.96
1.59
1.29
1.04
0.85
0.76
0.65
0.61
Parallel Ratings
I sat (3)
DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
typ.
Peak
56.0
0.00195
40.0
0.00261
31.1
0.00341
25.5
0.00373
21.5
0.00567
16.5
0.00917
13.3
0.0116
12.2
0.0157
11.2
0.0172
9.66
0.0247
7.57
0.0391
6.22
0.0600
5.28
0.0719
4.44
0.105
4.06
0.143
3.64
0.163
3.01
0.247
2.43
0.376
2.01
0.574
1.68
0.861
1.39
1.08
1.27
1.47
1.14
1.66
3.50
4.90
6.30
7.70
9.10
11.9
14.7
16.1
17.5
20.3
25.9
31.5
37.1
44.1
48.3
53.9
65.1
80.5
97.3
117
141
155
172
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
1.676
3.284
5.428
8.108
11.32
19.36
29.55
35.44
41.88
56.36
91.72
135.7
188.2
265.9
319.0
397.2
579.6
886.0
1294
1868
2707
3272
4020
I rms (2)
Amperes
8.94
7.74
6.77
6.23
5.23
4.13
3.67
3.16
3.02
2.51
2.00
1.61
1.47
1.22
1.04
0.980
0.796
0.645
0.522
0.427
0.380
0.325
0.307
Series Ratings
I sat (3)
DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
typ.
Peak
28
0.0078
20
0.0104
15.6
0.0137
12.7
0.0161
10.8
0.0229
8.24
0.0367
6.67
0.0465
6.09
0.0627
5.60
0.0686
4.83
0.0990
3.78
0.157
3.11
0.241
2.64
0.288
2.22
0.421
2.03
0.573
1.82
0.653
1.51
0.989
1.22
1.50
1.01
2.30
0.838
3.44
0.697
4.32
0.633
5.88
0.571
6.64
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
7.00
9.80
12.60
15.4
18.2
23.8
29.4
32.2
35.0
40.6
51.8
63.0
74.2
88.2
96.6
107.8
130.2
161
195
234
282
310
344
4) DCR limits @ 20°C
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-μS at 100KHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for a 40°C temperature rise.
6) Turns Ratio (1-2):(3-4) 1:1
SHIELDED DRUM (DRQ)
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25 Vrms, 0.0 Adc
Parallel: (1,2 - 4,2) Series: (1 - 4) tie (2 - 3)
2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
3) Peak current for approximately 30% roll-off at 20°C
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
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DRQ Series
Dual Winding, Shielded
Inductors/Transformer
Mechanical Diagrams
DRQ73 Series
BOTTOM VIEW
FRONT VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
6.1
0.73
1.73
1.00
0.60
7.6
Max.
1.00
0.40
0.40
•
7.6
Max.
DRQ73
###
1.73
0.80
3.55 Max
7.9
7.9
Dual Inductor Mode
Series Mode
SCHEMATIC
Dual Inductor
1
Series Mode
2
L1
1
L2
1
2
L1
4
3
Parallel Mode
L2
2
L1
3
4
L2
3
4
SHIELDED DRUM (DRQ)
DRQ74 Series
BOTTOM VIEW
FRONT VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
0.73
1.73
1.00
7.6
Max
0.60
1.00
0.40
0.40
•
DRQ74
###
7.6
Max
1.73
7.9
6.1
7.9
Dual Inductor Mode
4.45
Max
Series Mode
SCHEMATIC
Dual Inductor
1
2
L1
3
Dimensions in Millimeters.
Parallel Mode
Series Mode
1
L2
L1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
L1
L2
L2
4
### = Inductance value per family chart
Dot indicates pin #1
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DRQ Series
Dual Winding, Shielded
Inductors/Transformer
Mechanical Diagrams
DRQ125 Series
BOTTOM VIEW
FRONT VI EW
2.05
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
3.85
2.00 2
3
1
4
0.50
3.85
•
12.5
Max
12.5
Max
1
2
DRQ125
###
wwlly y R
1
4
2.50
3
4
2
3
2.50
1
4
2
3
0.50
10.0
13.80
13.80
Dual Inductor Mode
Series Mode
6.00 Max
SCHEMATIC
1
L1
2
1
4
3
L2
3
Parallel Mode
Series Mode
Dual Inductor
L1
2
1
4
3
2
L1
L2
L2
4
DRQ127 Series
FRONT VIEW
2.05
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
3
1
4
12.5
Max
•
12.5
Max
1
2
DRQ127
###
wwll yy R
0.50
3.85
3.85
2.00 2
SHIELDED DRUM (DRQ)
BOTTOM VIEW
4
2.50
2.50
3
1
4
2
3
0.50
10.0
8.0
Max
13.80
13.80
Dual Inductor Mode
Series Mode
SCHEMATIC
Dual Inductor
1
L1
3
Dimensions in Millimeters.
Series Mode
2
1
L2
L1
4
3
Parallel Mode
2
2
1
L2
L1
4
3
L2
4
### = Inductance value per family chart
wwllyy = (date code) R = revision level
Dot indicates pin #1
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DRQ Series
Dual Winding, Shielded
Inductors/Transformer
Packaging Information
DRQ73 Series
ACTUAL SIZE
DRQ73
Ao=7.90mm
Bo=7.90mm
Ko=3.80mm
Direction of Feed
➞
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
1,350 parts per reel.
DRQ74 Series
Ø1.50 +0.1/-0.0
2.00 ±0.1
Ø1.50 Min.
4.00
A
1.75±0.10
1
2
7.50±0.1
DRQ74
###
B
Bo
4
3
Direction of Feed
12.00
0
Ao
➞
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
1,100 parts per reel.
SECTION A-A
DRQ125 Series
4.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.7
1
2
11.5
•
B
B0
ACTUAL SIZE
DRQ125
4
3
Ao=13.00mm
Bo=13.00mm
Ko=6.30mm
24.0
+/-0.3
0
DRQ125
###
wwllyy
SHIELDED DRUM (DRQ)
ACTUAL SIZE
DRQ74
A
Ko
Ao=7.90mm
Bo=7.90mm
Ko=4.70mm
16.00
±0.3
0
K0
A0
Direction of Feed
A
16.00
SECTION A-A
➞
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
600 parts per reel.
DRQ127 Series
4.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.7
R0.3 max.
1
2
11.5
.
ACTUAL SIZE
DRQ127
4
3
Ao=13.00mm
Bo=13.00mm
Ko=8.30mm
24.0
+/-0.3
0
DRQ127
###
wwllyy
B
B0
Direction of Feed
K0
A0
SECTION A-A
20.00
A
R0.5 TYP.
➞
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
350 parts per reel.
Dimensions are in millimeters.
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DRQ Series
Dual Winding, Shielded
Inductors/Transformer
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat DRQ73
OCL vs Isat DRQ74
100
100
90
80
80
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
70
60
50
40
60
40
30
20
20
10
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
0
160
0
20
40
60
80
% of Isat
120
140
160
180
OCL vs Isat DRQ127
OCL vs Isat DRQ125
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
100
% of Isat
60
50
60
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
0
150
0
10
20
30
% of Isat
Core Loss
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
% Idc sat
z
KH
25
KH
z
50
Hz
0K
10
Hz
0K
Hz
20
30
0K
% of A
pplied
SHIELDED DRUM (DRQ)
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
olt-μS
V econd
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LDS0705 Series
Shielded Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum temperature operation
• 7.8mm x 7.0mm x 5.0mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Metalized core mounting utilizes board space
• Inductance range from 0.82μH to 470μH
• Current range from 8.57 Amps to 0.368 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Buck or Boost Inductor
• Noise filtering and output filter chokes
• Battery Power, DC-DC converters
• Notebook power, PDA’s, Hand held computers
• DVD players
• Cellular phones
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
SHIELDED DRUM (LDS0705)
Part Number
LDS0705-R82M-R
LDS0705-1R5M-R
LDS0705-2R2M-R
LDS0705-3R3M-R
LDS0705-4R7M-R
LDS0705-6R8M-R
LDS0705-8R2M-R
LDS0705-100M-R
LDS0705-150M-R
LDS0705-220M-R
LDS0705-330M-R
LDS0705-470M-R
LDS0705-680M-R
LDS0705-820M-R
LDS0705-101M-R
LDS0705-151M-R
LDS0705-221M-R
LDS0705-331M-R
LDS0705-471M-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.82
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100.0
150.0
220.0
330.0
470.0
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 1000 per reel
OCL (1)
μH
Irms(2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
0.861±20%
1.42±20%
2.13±20%
2.97±20%
5.08±20%
6.34±20%
7.75±20%
9.30±20%
14.78±20%
21.53±20%
32.50±20%
45.71±20%
69.76±20%
83.67±20%
98.9±20%
152.0±20%
216.5±20%
329.9±20%
467.0±20%
7.68
6.17
5.06
4.19
3.32
3.11
2.67
2.54
2.04
1.66
1.48
1.21
0.985
0.850
0.808
0.649
0.584
0.470
0.387
8.57
6.67
5.45
4.62
3.53
3.16
2.86
2.61
2.07
1.71
1.40
1.18
0.952
0.870
0.800
0.645
0.541
0.438
0.368
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 30°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 15% rolloff (@25°C)
DCR (Ω)
@20°C
(Typical)
0.0040
0.0061
0.009
0.013
0.021
0.024
0.033
0.036
0.056
0.084
0.107
0.158
0.240
0.323
0.357
0.554
0.68
1.06
1.56
K-factor
(4)
24.8
19.3
15.8
13.4
10.2
9.2
8.3
7.6
6.0
5.0
4.0
3.4
2.8
2.5
2.3
1.9
1.6
1.3
1.1
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in μH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: LDS0705-xxx-R
LDS0705 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
M = Inductance tolerance +/- 20% -R suffix = RoHS compliant
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LDS0705 Series
Shielded Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
SCHEMATIC
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
SIDE VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
2.0
1
2.0 Typ.
XX X
7.0
5.0 Max.
7.0±0.2
wwllyy R
2
3.0
7.8±0.2
Dimensions are in millimeters.
xxx = Inductance in uH. R = decimal point. If no R is present third character = # of zeros.
wwllyy = Date code, R = Revision level.
Packaging Information
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
1,000 parts per reel.
Temperature Rise vs. Watt Loss
SHIELDED DRUM (LDS0705)
90
80
70
Temp. Rise (°C)
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
Total Loss (W)
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1
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Shielded Power Inductors
Core Loss
100
1MHz
500kHz
10
300kHz
200kHz
1
Core Loss (W)
100kHz
50kHz
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.0001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
120%
110%
100%
SHIELDED DRUM (LDS0705)
90%
% of OCL
80%
-40
70%
60%
25
50%
40%
85
30%
20%
10%
0%
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
120%
140%
160%
180%
200%
% of Isat
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SD3110 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• 3.1mm x 3.1mm x 1.0mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 0.5uH to 220uH
• Current range from 2.27 Amps to 0.106 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Cellular phones, Digital cameras, CD players, PDA’s
• Small LCD displays
• LED driver and LED flash circuits
• Hard disk drives
• Backlighting
• EL panel
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
SD3110-R50-R
SD3110-R82-R
SD3110-1R0-R
SD3110-1R5-R
SD3110-2R2-R
SD3110-3R3-R
SD3110-4R7-R
SD3110-6R8-R
SD3110-8R2-R
SD3110-100-R
SD3110-150-R
SD3110-220-R
SD3110-330-R
SD3110-470-R
SD3110-680-R
SD3110-820-R
SD3110-101-R
SD3110-151-R
SD3110-221-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.50
0.82
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
OCL (1)
(μH)
0.44+/-30%
0.82+/-30%
1.05+/-30%
1.60+/-30%
2.27+/-30%
3.48+/-30%
4.96+/-30%
6.70+/-30%
8.01+/-30%
10.18+/-30%
15.32+/-20%
21.49+/-20%
32.72+/-20%
46.29+/-20%
68.04+/-20%
82.65+/-20%
101+/-20%
149+/-20%
219+/-20%
Part
Marking
Designator
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
1.54
1.30
1.21
0.99
0.82
0.72
0.59
0.54
0.48
0.44
0.36
0.30
0.26
0.22
0.179
0.167
0.146
0.127
0.106
2.27
1.67
1.47
1.19
1.00
0.81
0.68
0.58
0.53
0.47
0.38
0.32
0.26
0.22
0.182
0.166
0.150
0.123
0.120
DCR (Ω)
typ. @
20°C
0.0420
0.0589
0.0683
0.103
0.149
0.195
0.285
0.346
0.432
0.505
0.764
1.13
1.50
2.06
3.13
3.57
4.72
6.16
9.46
K-factor
(4)
216
191
169
137
115
93
78
67
61
54
44
37
30
25
21
19
17
14
12
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@20°C)
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
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(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate DT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 4100 per reel
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
Marking
0.6 typ.
3.1 max.
1.0
2 plcs
4.0 Max.
2.0 typ.
1.0 max
3.6 max
2.0
2 plcs
4.0
3.1 max.
1.0 typical
Dimensions are in millimeters.
Part Marking:
3 Digit Marking: (1st digit: Indicates inductance value per letter in Part Marking Designator); (2nd digit: Bi-weekly production date code); (3rd digit: Last digit of the year produced).
4.0
Packaging Information
8.0
2.0
1.75
4.2
5.5
Bo
3.2
B1
A1=0.90mm
Ao=3.9mm
Bo=3.6mm
B1=1.25mm
Ko=1.2mm
12.0
+/-0.3
3.2
Ko
A1
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
4,100 parts per reel.
Ao
Core Loss
10
1MHz
1
500kHz
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3110)
Core Loss (W)
0.1
300kHz
200kHz
100kHz
0.01
50kHz
0.001
0.0001
0.00001
0.000001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
100
90
80
Temp.Rise(°C)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
0.04
0.08
0.12
0.16
0.2
0.24
0.28
0.32
0.36
Total Loss (W)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL Vs Isat
120%
110%
100%
90%
% of OCL
80%
70%
-40°C
60%
50%
+25°C
40%
30%
+85°C
20%
10%
0%
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90% 100% 110% 120% 130% 140%
% of Isat
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3110)
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SD3112 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• 3.1mm x 3.1mm x 1.2mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 1.0uH to 220uH
• Current range from 1.65 Amps to 0.113 Amps
• Frequency range up to 4MHz
Applications
• Cellular phones, Digital cameras, CD players, PDA’s
• Small LCD displays
• LED driver and LED flash circuits
• Hard disk drives
• Backlighting
• EL panel
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
SD3112-1R0-R
SD3112-1R5-R
SD3112-2R2-R
SD3112-3R3-R
SD3112-4R7-R
SD3112-6R8-R
SD3112-8R2-R
SD3112-100-R
SD3112-150-R
SD3112-220-R
SD3112-330-R
SD3112-470-R
SD3112-680-R
SD3112-820-R
SD3112-101-R
SD3112-151-R
SD3112-221-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100.0
150.0
220.0
OCL (1)
(μH)
1.11+/-30%
1.70+/-30%
2.41+/-30%
3.24+/-30%
4.72+/-30%
6.47+/-30%
8.50+/-30%
10.01+/-30%
15.28+/-20%
21.66+/-20%
33.30+/-20%
47.44+/-20%
68.10+/-20%
83.19+/-20%
99.8+/-20%
149.4+/-20%
219.9+/-20%
Part
Marking
Designator
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3112)
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate DT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 4100 per reel
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
1.39
1.16
0.97
0.90
0.74
0.68
0.57
0.55
0.45
0.37
0.30
0.270
0.228
0.213
0.184
0.149
0.121
1.65
1.33
1.12
0.97
0.80
0.68
0.60
0.55
0.44
0.37
0.30
0.25
0.211
0.190
0.174
0.142
0.117
DCR (Ω)
typ. @
20°C
0.069
0.099
0.140
0.165
0.246
0.291
0.408
0.446
0.654
0.953
1.48
1.85
2.56
2.93
3.95
6.01
9.12
K-factor
(4)
135
110
92
79
66
56
49
45
37
31
25
21
17
16
14
12
10
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@20°C)
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
Dimensions are in millimeters.
Part Marking:
3 Digit Marking: (1st digit: Indicates inductance value per letter in Part Marking Designator); (2nd digit: Bi-weekly production date code); (3rd digit: Last digit of the year produced).
Packaging Information
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
4,100 parts per reel.
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
0.05
0.1
0.15
0.2
0.25
0.3
0.35
0.4
0.45
Total Loss (W)
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Temp. Rise(°C)
DC Current vs. Temperature
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Core Loss
10
1MHz
1
500kHz
300kHz
200kHz
0.1
Core Loss (W)
100kHz
0.01
50kHz
0.001
0.0001
0.00001
0.000001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat
120%
110%
100%
90%
% of OCL
80%
70%
-40°C
60%
50%
25°C
40%
30%
85°C
20%
10%
0%
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
110%
120%
130%
140%
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3112)
% of Isat
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SD3114 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• 3.1mm x 3.1mm x 1.4mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 1.0uH to 330uH
• Current range from 2.59 Amps to 0.106 Amps
• Frequency range up to 4MHz
Applications
• Cellular phones, Digital cameras, CD players, PDA’s
• Small LCD displays
• LED driver and LED flash circuits
• Hard disk drives
• Backlighting
• EL panel
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
SD3114-1R0-R
SD3114-1R5-R
SD3114-2R2-R
SD3114-3R3-R
SD3114-4R7-R
SD3114-6R8-R
SD3114-8R2-R
SD3114-100-R
SD3114-150-R
SD3114-220-R
SD3114-330-R
SD3114-470-R
SD3114-680-R
SD3114-820-R
SD3114-101-R
SD3114-151-R
SD3114-221-R
SD3114-331-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100.0
150.0
220.0
330.0
OCL (1)
(μH)
1.16+/-30%
1.44+/-30%
2.12+/-30%
3.36+/-30%
4.90+/-30%
6.72+/-30%
8.10+/-30%
10.4+/-30%
14.9+/-20%
22.5+/-20%
33.1+/-20%
47.5+/-20%
68.6+/-20%
81.8+/-20%
101.1+/-20%
149.0+/-20%
220.9+/-20%
329.5+/-20%
Part
Marking
Designator
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
1.60
1.39
1.17
0.95
0.77
0.71
0.68
0.57
0.48
0.43
0.35
0.280
0.239
0.227
0.213
0.172
0.140
0.113
2.35
2.11
1.74
1.38
1.14
0.98
0.89
0.78
0.66
0.53
0.44
0.37
0.305
0.280
0.252
0.207
0.170
0.139
DCR (Ω)
typ. @
20°C
0.058
0.077
0.110
0.167
0.251
0.296
0.329
0.458
0.650
0.821
1.23
1.86
2.62
2.91
3.30
5.07
7.67
11.78
K-factor
(4)
98
79
67
54
45
37
34
30
25
21
17
14
12
11
10
8
6
5
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@20°C)
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
PM-89
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3114)
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate DT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 4100 per reel
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SD3114 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
2.40
Pin #1 indicator
3.1 max.
1.40
Marking
3.7 max
XX X
0.70
3.1 max.
1.2 typical
SCHEMATI C
1
SIDE VIEW
1.4 max
2
Dimensions are in millimeters.
Part Marking:
3 Digit Marking: (1st digit: Indicates inductance value per letter in Part Marking Designator); (2nd digit: Bi-weekly production date code); (3rd digit: Last digit of the year produced).
Packaging Information
4.00
1.2 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
2.00 ¡À0.05
A
1
1.75
B1
10.25
Bo
12.0
+/-0.3
5.50
2
3.2
Ko
3.2
A
A1
SECTION A-A
Ao
8.0
Ao = 3.9 mm
A1 = 0.93 mm
Bo = 3.60 mm
B1 = 1.25 mm
Ko = 1.60 mm
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
4,100 parts per reel.
Direction of feed
Temp. Rise (°C)
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3114)
DC Current vs. Temperature
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
0. 05
0. 1
0. 15
0. 2
0. 25
0. 3
0. 35
0. 4
0. 45
Total Loss(W)
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SD3114 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Core Loss
10
1MH z
1
50 0kH z
300kH z
200kH z
0 .1
Core Loss (W)
10 0kH z
50kH z
0 .01
0.0 01
0 .00 01
0 .000 01
0.0 000 01
1
10
100
1000
B p-p (mT )
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
120%
110%
100%
90%
% of L initial
80%
70%
-40°C
60%
50%
25°C
40%
30%
85°C
20%
10%
0%
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90% 100% 110% 120% 130%
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3114)
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SD3118 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• 3.1mm x 3.1mm x 1.8mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 1.0uH to 1000uH
• Current range from 2.94 Amps to 0.083 Amps
• Frequency range up to 4MHz
Applications
• Cellular phones, Digital cameras, CD players, PDA’s
• Small LCD displays
• LED driver and LED flash circuits
• Hard disk drives
• Backlighting
• EL panel
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
SD3118-1R0-R
SD3118-1R5-R
SD3118-2R2-R
SD3118-3R3-R
SD3118-4R7-R
SD3118-6R8-R
SD3118-8R2-R
SD3118-100-R
SD3118-150-R
SD3118-220-R
SD3118-330-R
SD3118-470-R
SD3118-221-R
SD3118-331-R
SD3118-471-R
SD3118-681-R
SD3118-102-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
220.0
330.0
470.0
680.0
1000.0
OCL (1)
(μH)
1.04+/-30%
1.44+/-30%
2.12+/-30%
3.36+/-30%
4.90+/-30%
6.72+/-30%
8.10+/-30%
10.4+/-30%
14.9+/-20%
22.5+/-20%
33.1+/-20%
47.5+/-20%
221.9+/-20%
329.9+/-20%
470.1+/-20%
680.3+/-20%
999.4+/-20%
Part
Marking
Designator
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3118)
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate DT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 4100 per reel
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
2.01
1.81
1.50
1.22
1.02
0.85
0.81
0.75
0.62
0.50
0.41
0.370
0.182
0.146
0.131
0.107
0.087
3.07
2.42
2.00
1.59
1.31
1.12
1.02
0.90
0.75
0.61
0.51
0.42
0.177
0.145
0.122
0.101
0.083
DCR (Ω)
typ. @
20°C
0.041
0.051
0.074
0.113
0.162
0.232
0.257
0.295
0.440
0.676
0.986
1.21
4.77
7.40
9.20
13.70
20.90
K-factor
(4)
84
68
57
56
39
32
29
26
21
18
14
12
6
5
4
3
3
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@20°C)
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
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SD3118 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
2.40
Pin #1 indicator
3.1 max.
1.40
Marking
3.7 max
XX X
0.70
3.1 max.
1.2 typical
SCHEMATIC
1
SIDE VIEW
1.8 max
Dimensions are in millimeters.
2
Part Marking:
3 Digit Marking: (1st digit: Indicates inductance value per letter in Part Marking Designator); (2nd digit: Bi-weekly production date code); (3rd digit: Last digit of the year produced).
4.00
Packaging Information
1.2 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
2.00 ¡ .0
À 05
A
1
1.75
B1
10.25
Bo
12.0
+/-0.3
5.50
2
3.2
Ko
3.2
A
A1
SECTION A-A
Ao
8.0
Ao = 3.9 mm
A1 = 0.93 mm
Bo = 3.70 mm
B1 = 1.25 mm
Ko = 2.00 mm
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
4,100 parts per reel.
Direction of feed
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
0.05
0.1
0.15
0. 2
0.25
0.3
0. 35
0.4
0.45
Total Loss(W)
PM-93
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3118)
Temp.Rise(°C)
DC Current vs. Temperature
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SD3118 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Core Loss
10
1MHz
1
500kHz
300kHz
200kHz
Core Loss (W)
0.1
100kHz
50kHz
0.01
0.001
0.0001
0.00001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
120%
110%
100%
% of L initial
90%
80%
70%
60%
-40°C
50%
40%
25°C
30%
85°C
20%
10%
0%
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100% 110%
120%
130% 140%
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD3118)
% o f Isat
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SD38 Series
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 3.8mm x 3.8mm shielded drum cores available
in two heights: 1.2mm and 1.4mm
• Current range from 4.44 to 0.100 Amps
• Inductance range from 0.47 uH to 680 uH
• Ferrite shielded, low EMI
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Digital cameras, cellular phones, CD players, and PDAs
• PCMCIA cards
• GPS systems
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific). Temperature rise is
approximately 40°C at rated rms current
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max for 10 seconds
max.
Part Number
OCL (1)
+/-15%
(μH)
0.405
0.845
1.125
1.445
2.205
3.125
4.805
6.845
8.405
10.125
15.125
21.125
32.805
47.045
68.445
80.645
99.405
149.645
218.405
0.360
0.752
1.001
1.286
1.962
2.781
4.276
6.768
8.228
9.830
14.458
21.186
32.151
47.210
67.324
Part
Marking
Designator
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
(1) Test Parameters: 100KHz, 0.100Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
De-rating is necessary for AC currents.
(3) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff at 20°C.
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
2.53
2.00
1.71
1.58
1.32
1.10
0.87
0.80
0.690
0.662
0.539
0.499
0.399
0.327
0.269
0.259
0.217
0.178
0.160
2.81
2.18
1.85
1.76
1.43
1.31
1.06
0.87
0.753
0.713
0.574
0.519
0.418
0.346
0.285
3.89
2.69
2.33
2.06
1.67
1.40
1.13
0.95
0.854
0.778
0.636
0.538
0.432
0.361
0.299
0.276
0.248
0.202
0.167
4.44
3.08
2.67
2.35
1.90
1.60
1.29
1.03
0.930
0.851
0.702
0.580
0.471
0.388
0.325
DCR (4)
(Ω)
Typ.
0.030
0.048
0.066
0.078
0.111
0.159
0.256
0.299
0.406
0.441
0.665
0.776
1.212
1.809
2.666
2.885
4.099
6.130
7.585
0.020
0.033
0.046
0.051
0.077
0.093
0.141
0.207
0.279
0.311
0.481
0.589
0.908
1.322
1.951
Volt (5)
u-sec
Typ.
2.52
3.64
4.20
4.76
5.88
7.0
8.7
10.4
11.5
12.6
15.4
18.2
22.7
27.2
32.8
36
39
48
59
2.16
3.12
3.60
4.08
5.04
6.0
7.4
9.4
10.3
11.3
13.7
16.6
20.4
24.7
29.5
(4) DCR limits @ 20°C.
(5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-uS) across the inductor at 100kHz necessary to
generate a core loss equal to 10% of the total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
De-rating of the Irms is required to prevent excessive temperature rise.
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD38)
SD3812-R47-R
SD3812-1R0-R
SD3812-1R2-R
SD3812-1R5-R
SD3812-2R2-R
SD3812-3R3-R
SD3812-4R7-R
SD3812-6R8-R
SD3812-8R2-R
SD3812-100-R
SD3812-150-R
SD3812-220-R
SD3812-330-R
SD3812-470-R
SD3812-680-R
SD3812-820-R
SD3812-101-R
SD3812-151-R
SD3812-221-R
SD3814-R47-R
SD3814-R82-R
SD3814-1R2-R
SD3814-1R5-R
SD3814-2R2-R
SD3814-3R3-R
SD3814-4R7-R
SD3814-6R8-R
SD3814-8R2-R
SD3814-100-R
SD3814-150-R
SD3814-220-R
SD3814-330-R
SD3814-470-R
SD3814-680-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.47
1.0
1.2
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100.0
150.0
220.0
0.47
0.82
1.2
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging,
4,150 parts per 13" reel
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SD38 Series
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Part Number
SD3814-820-R
SD3814-101-R
SD3814-151-R
SD3814-221-R
SD3814-331-R
SD3814-471-R
SD3814-681-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
82.0
100.0
150.0
220.0
330.0
470.0
680.0
OCL (1)
+/-15%
(μH)
81.101
98.794
149.026
217.342
326.812
470.031
680.320
Part
Marking
Designator
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
Isat (3)
Amperes
0.270
0.228
0.191
0.170
0.136
0.111
0.100
0.296
0.268
0.219
0.181
0.148
0.123
0.102
DCR (4)
(Ω)
Typ.
2.174
3.048
4.359
5.480
8.59
12.85
15.78
Volt (5)
u-sec
Typ.
32
36
44
53
65
78
94
(4) DCR limits @ 20°C.
(5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-uS) across the inductor at 100kHz necessary to
generate a core loss equal to 10% of the total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
De-rating of the Irms is required to prevent excessive temperature rise.
(1) Test Parameters: 100KHz, 0.100Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
De-rating is necessary for AC currents.
(3) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff at 20°C.
Mechanical Diagrams
SD3812 Series
Irms (2)
Amperes
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
SIDE VIEW
4.8
MA X
3.65
typ
Pin #1 indicator
Marking
(see note A)
1.2
max
0.09 max
no plating
1.25
±0.12
2.03
±.02
4.0
max
4.0
max
0.415 min
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
SCHEMATIC
1.0
2 plcs
2.5
2plcs
4.0 typ
5.0
Note A: 3 digit marking. First digit indicates inductance value per chart above.
Second digit indicates bi-weekly date code.
Third digit of year produced. Box indicates SD3814 part.
SD3814 Series
TOP VIEW
SIDE VIEW
Pin #1 indicator
Marking
(see note A)
BOTTOM VIEW
4.8
MA X
3.65
typ
0.09 max
no plating
1.4
max
1.25
±0.12
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD38)
2.03
±.02
4.0
max
4.0
max
0.415 min
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
1.0
2 plcs
SCHEMATIC
2.5
2 plcs
4.0 typ
5.0
Note A: 3 digit marking. First digit indicates inductance value per chart above.
Second digit indicates bi-weekly date code.
Third digit of year produced. Box indicates SD3814 part.
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SD38 Series
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Packaging Information
SD3812/SD3814 Series
4.00
2.00 ± 0.05
1.5 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
1.75
Ao=5.1mm
Bo=4.6mm
Ko=1.6mm
12.0
+/-0.3
Bo
5.50
4.5
4.5
Ao
Ko
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
4,150 parts per reel.
8.0
SECTION A-A
Direction of feed
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat
SD3814
OCL vs Isat
SD3812
100
90
80
100
90
80
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
% of Isat
% of Isat
Core Loss
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD38)
% of Applied Volt-μSecond
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SDH3812 Series
Low Profile, High Power, Shielded Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• 3.8mm x 3.8mm x 1.2mm shielded drum core
• High power density, compact footprint
• Inductance range from 0.47uH to 220uH
• Current range from 4.2 Amps to 0.16 Amps
• Ferrite shielded, low EMI
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Buck or Boost inductor
• Noise filtering output filter chokes
• LED photo flash
• Handheld devices
• Notebook and battery power
• Cellular phones / PDA’s / GPS systems
• Digital cameras / MP3 players / IP phones
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SDH3812)
SDH3812-R47-R
SDH3812-1R0-R
SDH3812-1R2-R
SDH3812-1R5-R
SDH3812-2R2-R
SDH3812-3R3-R
SDH3812-4R7-R
SDH3812-6R8-R
SDH3812-8R2-R
SDH3812-100-R
SDH3812-150-R
SDH3812-220-R
SDH3812-330-R
SDH3812-470-R
SDH3812-680-R
SDH3812-820-R
SDH3812-101-R
SDH3812-151-R
SDH3812-221-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.47
1.0
1.2
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100.0
150.0
220.0
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
0.43
0.89
1.17
1.49
2.23
3.17
4.96
6.70
8.01
9.67
14.45
22.00
32.90
46.20
67.40
81.80
97.50
149.00
218.50
Part
Marking
Designator
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for 30% maximum rolloff (@25°C)
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 4150 per reel
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
2.69
2.07
1.77
1.67
1.37
1.14
0.94
0.85
0.73
0.69
0.56
0.50
0.41
0.34
0.31
0.26
0.25
0.20
0.16
4.20
3.00
2.60
2.30
1.90
1.60
1.25
1.05
0.96
0.88
0.72
0.61
0.49
0.41
0.34
0.31
0.28
0.22
0.19
DCR
Ω @20°C
(Typical)
0.027
0.045
0.062
0.069
0.104
0.148
0.220
0.265
0.342
0.398
0.612
0.750
1.132
1.583
2.000
2.750
3.042
4.542
7.017
DCR
Ω @20°C
(Maximum)
0.032
0.054
0.074
0.083
0.124
0.177
0.264
0.317
0.410
0.478
0.735
0.900
1.358
1.900
2.400
3.300
3.650
5.450
8.420
K-factor
(4)
145.2
100.6
87.1
76.9
62.2
52.3
42.2
35.3
33.5
30.4
23.8
20.1
16.1
13.8
11.4
10.3
9.4
7.6
6.3
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: SDH3812-xxx-R
SDH3812 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
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SDH3812 Series
Low Profile, High Power, Shielded Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
Dimensions are in millimeters.
Part Marking:
3 Digit Marking: (1st digit: Indicates inductance value per Part Marking Designator in chart above); (2nd digit: Bi-weekly production date code); (3rd digit: Last digit of the year produced).
1.5 Dia
Packaging Information
1.5 Dia.
4.00
2.00
A
1.75
1
A0 = 4.9 mm
B0 = 4.9 mm
K0 = 1.6 mm
Bo
10.25
XX X
12.0
+/-0.3
5.50
Ko
2
4.2
A0
8
4.2
SECTION A-A
A
Direction of feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
4,150 parts per reel.
Core Loss
1
500kHz
1MHz
0.1
200kHz
0.01
Core Loss (W)
300kHz
100kHz
0.001
0.0001
0.000001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (m T)
PM-99
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SDH3812)
0.00001
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SDH3812 Series
Low Profile, High Power, Shielded Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
100
Temperature Rise (°C)
80
60
40
20
0
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
Total Loss (W)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL Vs. Isat
120.00%
100.00%
OCL %
80.00%
60.00%
40.00%
20.00%
0.00%
0.00%
+25 Deg. C
+85 Deg. C
- 40 Deg. C
20.00%
40.00%
60.00%
80.00%
100.00%
120.00%
140.00%
160.00%
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SDH3812)
Isat %
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SD Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Six sizes of shielded drum core inductors with low
profiles (as low as 1.0mm) and high power density
• Inductance range from .47uH to 1000uH
• Current range from 6.00 to 0.088 Amps
• Ferrite shielded, low EMI
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Digital cameras, CD players, cellular phones, and PDAs
• PCMCIA cards
• GPS systems
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific). Temperature rise is
approximately 40°C at rated rms current
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part Number
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
0.453
1.119
1.563
2.081
3.339
4.893
6.743
8.889
10.07
15.55
22.21
32.20
46.63
70.01
83.48
102.0
149.2
222.2
330.4
468.3
0.490
1.21
1.69
2.25
3.61
4.41
6.25
8.41
10.89
15.21
22.09
32.49
47.61
68.89
Part
Marking
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
2.59
1.93
1.60
1.35
1.24
1.04
0.94
0.800
0.760
0.613
0.498
0.412
0.337
0.301
0.258
0.225
0.200
0.161
0.130
0.117
3.19
2.62
2.19
1.83
1.55
1.46
1.21
1.02
0.938
0.782
0.628
0.519
0.428
0.341
3.54
2.25
1.91
1.65
1.31
1.08
0.92
0.800
0.752
0.605
0.506
0.420
0.349
0.285
0.261
0.236
0.195
0.160
0.131
0.110
3.86
2.45
2.08
1.80
1.42
1.29
1.08
0.931
0.818
0.692
0.574
0.474
0.391
0.325
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100KHz, 0.25Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
(3) SD10,12,18,25 Peak current for approximate 30% roll off at 20°C.
SD14 Peak current for approximate 20% roll off at 20°C.
DCR (4)
(Ω)
Typ.
0.0249
0.0448
0.0653
0.0912
0.1078
0.1535
0.218
0.2607
0.336
0.4429
0.6718
0.9807
1.47
1.84
2.50
3.29
4.15
6.41
9.83
12.10
0.0246
0.0366
0.0521
0.0747
0.1043
0.1177
0.1699
0.2399
0.2844
0.4089
0.6338
0.9289
1.37
2.16
Volt
u-sec
Typ.
2.1
3.3
3.9
4.5
5.7
6.9
8.1
9.3
9.9
12.3
14.7
17.7
21.3
26.1
28.5
31.5
38.1
46.5
56.7
67.5
2.84
4.47
5.28
6.09
7.71
8.53
10.15
11.77
13.40
15.83
19.08
23.14
28.01
33.70
(4) DCR limits @ 20°C.
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-uS) across the inductor at 100kHz necessary to
generate a core loss equal to 10% of the total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD)
SD10-R47-R
SD10-1R0-R
SD10-1R5-R
SD10-2R2-R
SD10-3R3-R
SD10-4R7-R
SD10-6R2-R
SD10-8R2-R
SD10-100-R
SD10-150-R
SD10-220-R
SD10-330-R
SD10-470-R
SD10-680-R
SD10-820-R
SD10-101-R
SD10-151-R
SD10-221-R
SD10-331-R
SD10-471-R
SD12-R47-R
SD12-1R2-R
SD12-1R5-R
SD12-2R2-R
SD12-3R3-R
SD12-4R7-R
SD12-6R2-R
SD12-8R2-R
SD12-100-R
SD12-150-R
SD12-220-R
SD12-330-R
SD12-470-R
SD12-680-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.470
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.20
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
0.470
1.20
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.20
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 3800 (SD10,
SD12, SD14 and SD18), 2900 (SD20 and SD25)
per reel
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SD Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD)
Part Number
SD12-820-R
SD12-101-R
SD12-151-R
SD12-221-R
SD12-331-R
SD12-471-R
SD12-681-R
SD12-821-R
SD12-102-R
SD14-R58-R
SD14-R87-R
SD14-1R2-R
SD14-1R5-R
SD14-2R0-R
SD14-2R5-R
SD14-3R2-R
SD14-4R5-R
SD14-6R9-R
SD14-8R8-R
SD14-100-R
SD14-150-R
SD14-220-R
SD14-330-R
SD14-470-R
SD14-680-R
SD14-820-R
SD14-101-R
SD14-151-R
SD14-221-R
SD14-331-R
SD14-471-R
SD14-681-R
SD14-821-R
SD14-102-R
SD18-R47-R
SD18-R82-R
SD18-1R2-R
SD18-1R5-R
SD18-2R2-R
SD18-3R3-R
SD18-4R7-R
SD18-6R2-R
SD18-8R2-R
SD18-100-R
SD18-150-R
SD18-220-R
SD18-330-R
SD18-470-R
SD18-680-R
SD18-820-R
SD18-101-R
SD18-151-R
SD18-221-R
SD18-331-R
SD18-471-R
SD18-681-R
SD18-821-R
SD18-102-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
0.58
0.87
1.2
1.5
2
2.5
3.2
4.5
6.9
8.8
10
15
22
33
47
68
82
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
0.47
0.82
1.20
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.20
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
82.81
98.0
151.3
222.0
334.9
462.3
670.8
800.9
992.3
0.61
0.88
1.23
1.63
2.09
2.62
3.19
4.53
6.98
8.88
9.93
14.68
21.93
32.55
47.57
68.21
83
99.25
152.4
222
335.1
471.4
683.3
823.4
1008
0.49
0.81
1.21
1.69
2.25
3.61
4.41
6.25
8.41
10.89
15.21
22.09
32.49
47.61
68.89
82.81
102.01
151.29
222.01
334.89
479.61
681.21
823.69
1004
Part
Marking
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
0.326
0.308
0.251
0.229
0.186
0.167
0.149
0.129
0.121
3.52
3.2
2.7
2.53
2.37
2.05
1.94
1.64
1.35
1.14
1.1
0.98
0.806
0.654
0.525
0.474
0.408
0.386
0.315
0.258
0.206
0.173
0.156
0.134
0.126
3.58
3.24
2.97
2.73
2.55
2.07
1.77
1.61
1.38
1.28
1.06
0.876
0.715
0.578
0.514
0.446
0.419
0.345
0.296
0.248
0.201
0.167
0.145
0.136
0.297
0.273
0.220
0.181
0.148
0.126
0.104
0.095
0.086
4.84
3.96
3.35
2.91
2.56
2.29
2.08
1.74
1.41
1.25
1.18
0.969
0.793
0.651
0.538
0.449
0.407
0.373
0.301
0.249
0.203
0.171
0.142
0.129
0.117
4.63
3.60
2.95
2.49
2.16
1.71
1.54
1.30
1.12
0.982
0.831
0.689
0.568
0.470
0.390
0.356
0.321
0.263
0.217
0.177
0.148
0.124
0.113
0.102
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100KHz, 0.25Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
(3) SD10,12,18,25 Peak current for approximate 30% roll off at 20°C.
SD14 Peak current for approximate 20% roll off at 20°C.
DCR (4)
(Ω)
Typ.
2.36
2.64
3.96
4.76
7.25
8.95
11.30
14.93
17.20
0.0220
0.0243
0.0344
0.0390
0.0445
0.0595
0.0663
0.0935
0.1363
0.1913
0.2058
0.2609
0.3853
0.5852
0.9055
1.11
1.50
1.68
2.52
3.77
5.92
8.34
10.3
13.9
15.8
0.0201
0.0247
0.0294
0.0345
0.0398
0.0605
0.0824
0.1000
0.1351
0.1584
0.2278
0.3366
0.5057
0.7732
0.9798
1.30
1.47
2.18
2.95
4.20
6.39
9.28
12.35
14.01
Volt
u-sec
Typ.
36.95
40.19
49.94
60.49
74.30
87.29
105
115
128
3.38
4.13
4.88
5.63
6.38
7.1
7.9
9.4
11.6
13.1
13.9
16.9
20.6
25.1
30.4
36
40
44
54
66
81
96
115
126
140
2.35
3.02
3.70
4.37
5.04
6.38
7.06
8.40
9.74
11.09
13.10
15.79
19.15
23.18
27.89
30.58
33.94
41.33
50.06
61.49
73.58
87.70
96.43
107
(4) DCR limits @ 20°C.
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-uS) across the inductor at 100kHz necessary to
generate a core loss equal to 10% of the total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
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SD Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Part Number
SD20-R47-R
SD20-1R2-R
SD20-1R5-R
SD20-2R2-R
SD20-3R3-R
SD20-4R7-R
SD20-6R2-R
SD20-8R2-R
SD20-100-R
SD20-150-R
SD20-220-R
SD20-330-R
SD20-470-R
SD20-680-R
SD20-820-R
SD20-101-R
SD20-151-R
SD20-221-R
SD20-331-R
SD20-471-R
SD20-681-R
SD20-821-R
SD20-102-R
SD25-R47-R
SD25-R82-R
SD25-1R2-R
SD25-1R5-R
SD25-2R2-R
SD25-3R3-R
SD25-4R7-R
SD25-6R8-R
SD25-8R2-R
SD25-100-R
SD25-150-R
SD25-220-R
SD25-330-R
SD25-470-R
SD25-680-R
SD25-820-R
SD25-101-R
SD25-151-R
SD25-221-R
SD25-331-R
SD25-471-R
SD25-681-R
SD25-821-R
SD25-102-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.47
1.20
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.20
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
0.47
0.82
1.20
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
0.490
1.21
1.69
2.25
3.61
4.41
6.25
8.41
9.61
15.21
22.09
32.49
47.61
68.89
82.81
98.01
151.3
222.0
327.6
470.9
681.2
823.7
1004.9
0.466
0.770
1.15
1.61
2.14
3.43
5.03
6.93
7.99
10.35
14.45
22.81
33.07
47.89
68.64
82.17
100.79
148.4
222.4
332.2
472.4
677.2
826.7
1003.4
Part
Marking
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
3.59
3.07
2.88
2.45
2.17
2.05
1.89
1.61
1.53
1.25
1.12
0.913
0.745
0.610
0.576
0.495
0.435
0.356
0.294
0.263
0.216
0.204
0.172
3.88
3.58
3.33
3.12
2.93
2.64
2.39
2.19
1.92
1.80
1.67
1.34
1.11
0.919
0.741
0.713
0.670
0.553
0.446
0.359
0.293
0.262
0.230
0.216
4.00
2.55
2.15
1.87
1.47
1.33
1.12
0.966
0.903
0.718
0.596
0.491
0.406
0.337
0.308
0.283
0.228
0.188
0.155
0.129
0.107
0.098
0.088
6.00
4.67
3.81
3.23
2.80
2.21
1.83
1.56
1.45
1.27
1.08
0.857
0.711
0.592
0.482
0.441
0.398
0.328
0.268
0.219
0.184
0.154
0.139
0.126
Volt
u-sec
Typ.
2.28
3.58
4.23
4.88
6.18
6.83
8.13
9.43
10.08
12.68
15.28
18.53
22.43
26.98
29.58
32.18
39.98
48.43
58.83
70.53
84.83
93.28
103
2.13
2.74
3.34
3.95
4.56
5.78
6.99
8.21
8.82
10.03
11.86
14.90
17.94
21.58
25.84
28.27
31.31
38.00
46.51
56.85
67.79
81.17
89.68
98.80
(4) DCR limits @ 20°C.
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-uS) across the inductor at 100kHz necessary to
generate a core loss equal to 10% of the total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD)
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100KHz, 0.25Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
(3) SD10,12,18,25 Peak current for approximate 30% roll off at 20°C.
SD14 Peak current for approximate 20% roll off at 20°C.
DCR (4)
(Ω)
Typ.
0.0200
0.0275
0.0312
0.0429
0.0547
0.0612
0.0720
0.1000
0.1100
0.1655
0.2053
0.3100
0.4650
0.6947
0.7785
1.06
1.37
2.04
2.99
3.74
5.56
6.22
8.73
0.0177
0.0208
0.0240
0.0274
0.0311
0.0384
0.0467
0.0556
0.0724
0.0824
0.0956
0.1478
0.2149
0.3156
0.4850
0.5242
0.5937
0.8723
1.34
2.07
3.10
3.88
5.04
5.70
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SD Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
SD Series
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
Pin # 1
identifier
2 PAD LAYOUT
SIDE VIEW
1
SCHEMATIC
1
5.95
9
5.2
Max
a
Part marking
(Note A)
4 PAD LAYOUT
BOTTOM VIEW
2
2.975
Series
SD10
SD12
SD14
SD18
SD20
SD25
5.950
2
2
2.575
2
HT
1
2
2.975
R2.250
5.15
(see chart below)
5.2
Max
5.950
9
R2.250
1.0
1.5 Typ.
Ref.
2
2.975
A) Part Marking: Line 1: (1st digit indicates the inductance value per part marking
designator in chart above)
(2nd digit is a bi-weekly production date code)
(3rd digit is the last digit of the year produced)
Line 2: XX (indicates the product size code)
HT
1.0mm max
1.2mm max
1.45mm max
1.8mm max
2.0mm max
2.5mm max
Packaging Information
SD10 Series
4.00
2
2.00
± 0.05
1.5 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
A
1.75
1
12.0
+/-0.3
0
B
Bo
ACTUAL SIZE
SD10
5.50
2
Ao=5.45mm
Bo=5.45mm
Ko=1.20mm
Ko
A
A
Ao
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
3,800 parts per reel.
8.0
SECTION A-A
Direction of feed
SD12/14/18 Series
4.00
2.00 ± 0.05
1.5 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
1.75
A
ACTUAL SIZE
SD12
1
12.0
+/-0.3
Bo
5.50
ACTUAL SIZE
SD18
2
Ao=5.45mm
Bo=5.45mm
Ko=2.00mm
Ko
A
Ao
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
3,800 parts per reel.
8.0
SECTION A-A
Direction of feed
SD20/25 Series
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD)
ACTUAL SIZE
SD14
4.00
2.00 ± 0.05
1.5 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
1.75
A
1
12.0
+/-0.3
0
B
Bo
5.50
2
Ao=5.45mm
Bo=5.45mm
Ko=2.70mm
Ko
A
Ao
SECTION A-A
ACTUAL SIZE
SD20
ACTUAL SIZE
SD25
A
80
8.0
Direction of feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
2,900 parts per reel.
Dimensions are in millimeters.
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SD Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
DC Current vs. Temperature
SD10-471
100.0
90.0
90.0
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
SD10-220
100.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
10.0
0.0
0.00
0.10
0.20
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.0
0.00
0.80
0.05
0.09
0.14
Idc (A)
100.0
90.0
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
90.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
0.00
0.10
0.20
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.0
0.00
0.80
0.10
0.20
0.30
Idc (A)
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
Idc (A)
SD14-102
SD14-150
100.0
100.0
90.0
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
90.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
0.00
0.20
0.40
0.60
0.80
1.00
1.20
0.0
0.000 0.020 0.040 0.060 0.080 0.100 0.120 0.140 0.160 0.180 0.200
1.40
Idc (A)
Idc (A)
SD18-100
SD18-101
100.0
100.0
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
90.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
90.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
10.0
0.0
0.00
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
0.10
0.20
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
Idc (A)
Idc (A)
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD)
SD20-101
SD20-100
100.0
100.0
90.0
90.0
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
0.23
SD12-470
SD12-330
100.0
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
0.18
Idc (A)
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
0.0
0.4
0.8
1.2
Idc (A)
1.6
2.0
2.4
0.0
0.00
0.10
0.20
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
Idc (A)
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SD Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
DC Current vs. Temperature
SD25-100
SD25-101
100.0
100.0
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
90.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
90.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
10.0
0.0
0.00
0.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0.20
0.40
0.60
0.80
1.00
1.20
Idc (A)
Idc (A)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat
SD12
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
OCL vs Isat
SD10
60
50
40
50
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
0
140
0
10
20
30
40
50
OCL vs Isat
SD14
OCL vs Isat
SD18
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
50
80
90
100
110
120
60
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
0
130
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
140
150
% of Isat
% of Isat
OCL vs Isat
SD20
OCL vs Isat
SD25
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
70
% of Isat
10
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD)
60
% of Isat
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
60
60
50
60
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
% of Isat
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
% of Isat
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SD Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Core Loss
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
% of A
pplied Volt-μS
econd
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD)
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SDQ Series
Low Profile Dual Winding
Shielded Inductor/Transformer
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Dual winding inductors that can be used as either
a single inductor, or in coupled inductor/transformer
applications (1:1 turns ratio)
• Windings can be connected in series or parallel, offering
a broad range of inductance and current ratings
• Current Range from 6.43 to 0.063 Amps
• Inductance range from 0.47μH to 4.03mH
• Ferrite shielded, low EMI
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• As a transformer: SEPIC, flyback
• As an inductor: Buck, boost, coupled inductor
• Digital cameras, CD players, cellular phones, and PDA’s
• PCMCIA cards
• GPS systems
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature: -40°C to +85°C (Range is application specific). Temperature rise is approximately 40°C
at rated rms current.
• Solder reflow temperature: 260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part Number
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SDQ)
SDQ12-R47-R
SDQ12-1R0-R
SDQ12-1R5-R
SDQ12-2R2-R
SDQ12-3R3-R
SDQ12-4R7-R
SDQ12-6R2-R
SDQ12-8R2-R
SDQ12-100-R
SDQ12-150-R
SDQ12-220-R
SDQ12-330-R
SDQ12-470-R
SDQ12-680-R
SDQ12-820-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.47
1
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.2
8.2
10
15
22
33
47
68
82
Part
Marking
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
0.49
0.81
1.69
2.25
3.61
4.41
6.25
8.41
9.61
15.21
22.09
32.49
47.61
68.89
82.81
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, SDQ12 (3,800,
SDQ25 (2,900) parts per reel
Parallel Ratings
I rms (2) I sat (3) DCR Ω (4)
Amperes Amperes
typ.
2.78
2.49
1.69
1.60
1.28
1.12
1.02
0.868
0.831
0.658
0.548
0.439
0.401
0.326
0.309
4.34
3.38
2.34
2.03
1.60
1.45
1.22
1.05
0.981
0.779
0.647
0.533
0.441
0.366
0.334
1) Test Parameters: 100kHz,.0.25 Vrms 0.0Adc
2) Rms current for approximately ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended
that the temperature of the part not to exceed 125°C. De-rating is necessary for
AC currents
3) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff @20°C
4) DCR limits @20°C
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor at 100kHz necessary to
generate a core loss equal to 10% of the total losses for a 40°C temperature
rise. De-rating of the Irms is required to prevent excessive temperature rise.
0.0325
0.0403
0.0870
0.0977
0.1527
0.1990
0.2387
0.3318
0.3620
0.5766
0.8332
1.29
1.55
2.36
2.62
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
typ.
2.45
3.15
4.55
5.25
6.65
7.35
8.75
10.15
10.85
13.65
16.45
19.95
24.15
29.05
31.85
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
1.96
3.24
6.76
9.00
14.44
17.64
25.00
33.64
38.44
60.84
88.36
130.0
190.4
275.6
331.2
Series Ratings
I rms (2) I sat (3) DCR Ω (4)
Amperes Amperes
typ.
1.39
1.25
0.847
0.800
0.640
0.560
0.512
0.434
0.416
0.329
0.274
0.220
0.201
0.163
0.154
2.17
1.69
1.17
1.01
0.800
0.724
0.608
0.524
0.490
0.390
0.323
0.267
0.220
0.183
0.167
0.1298
0.1611
0.3481
0.3908
0.6106
0.7959
0.9548
1.33
1.45
2.31
3.33
5.18
6.21
9.43
10.49
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
typ.
4.90
6.30
9.10
10.5
13.3
14.7
17.5
20.3
21.7
27.3
32.9
39.9
48.3
58.1
63.7
Part number definition:
First 3 characters = Product code and size.
Last 3 characters = Inductance in uH. R = Decimal point. If no R is present, third
character = # of zeros.
SDQ12-XXX-R
SDQ12 = Product code and Size
XXX = Inductance in uH, R = Decimal point
If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix indicated RoHS compliant
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SDQ Series
Low Profile Dual Winding
Shielded Inductor/Transformer
Part Number
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
0.47
0.82
1
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
8.2
10
15
22
33
47
68
82
100
150
220
330
470
680
820
1000
SDQ25-R47-R
SDQ25-R82-R
SDQ25-1R0-R
SDQ25-1R5-R
SDQ25-2R2-R
SDQ25-3R3-R
SDQ25-4R7-R
SDQ25-6R8-R
SDQ25-8R2-R
SDQ25-100-R
SDQ25-150-R
SDQ25-220-R
SDQ25-330-R
SDQ25-470-R
SDQ25-680-R
SDQ25-820-R
SDQ25-101-R
SDQ25-151-R
SDQ25-221-R
SDQ25-331-R
SDQ25-471-R
SDQ25-681-R
SDQ25-821-R
SDQ25-102-R
Part
Marking
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
0.392
0.648
0.97
1.35
2.31
2.89
5
6.73
8.71
9.8
14.79
22.47
33.8
47.43
69.19
81.61
98.57
150.2
223.1
329.7
472.4
677.4
824.3
1008.2
Parallel Ratings
I rms (2) I sat (3) DCR Ω (4)
Amperes Amperes
typ.
3.71
3.37
3.15
2.97
2.67
2.50
1.96
1.84
1.57
1.53
1.24
1.01
0.812
0.749
0.603
0.580
0.499
0.408
0.326
0.292
0.243
0.197
0.186
0.160
6.43
5.00
4.09
3.46
2.65
2.37
1.80
1.55
1.36
1.29
1.05
0.849
0.692
0.584
0.484
0.446
0.405
0.328
0.269
0.222
0.185
0.155
0.140
0.127
0.0181
0.0221
0.0252
0.0283
0.0351
0.0399
0.0653
0.0741
0.1015
0.1068
0.1632
0.2431
0.3795
0.4461
0.6865
0.7435
1.00
1.50
2.36
2.93
4.25
6.45
7.25
9.82
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
typ.
2.31
2.97
3.63
4.29
5.61
6.27
8.25
9.57
10.9
11.6
14.2
17.5
21.5
25.4
30.7
33.3
36.6
45.2
55.1
67.0
80.2
96.0
106
117
Series Ratings
I rms (2) I sat (3) DCR Ω (4)
Amperes Amperes
typ.
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
1.57
2.59
3.87
5.41
9.25
11.55
20.00
26.91
34.85
39.20
59.17
89.89
135.2
189.7
276.8
326.4
394.3
600.6
892.4
1318.7
1889.6
2709.8
3297.3
4032.8
1.86
1.68
1.58
1.49
1.34
1.25
0.98
0.918
0.785
0.765
0.619
0.507
0.406
0.374
0.302
0.290
0.249
0.204
0.163
0.146
0.121
0.098
0.093
0.080
3.21
2.50
2.05
1.73
1.32
1.18
0.900
0.776
0.682
0.643
0.523
0.425
0.346
0.292
0.242
0.223
0.203
0.164
0.135
0.111
0.093
0.077
0.070
0.063
Volt (5)
μ-Sec
typ.
4.62
5.94
7.26
8.58
11.2
12.5
16.5
19.1
21.8
23.1
28.4
35.0
42.9
50.8
61.4
66.7
73.3
90.4
110
134
160
192
212
234
0.0725
0.0883
0.1007
0.1130
0.1402
0.1595
0.2612
0.2964
0.4059
0.4273
0.6526
0.9724
1.52
1.78
2.75
2.97
4.02
6.00
9.42
11.71
16.99
25.78
28.99
39.26
Part number definition:
First 3 characters = Product code and size.
Last 3 characters = Inductance in uH. R = Decimal point. If no R is present, third
character = # of zeros.
1) Test Parameters: 100kHz,.0.25 Vrms 0.0Adc
2) Rms current for approximately ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended
that the temperature of the part not to exceed 125°C. De-rating is necessary for
AC currents
3) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff @20°C
4) DCR limits @20°C
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor at 100kHz necessary to
generate a core loss equal to 10% of the total losses for a 40°C temperature
rise. De-rating of the Irms is required to prevent excessive temperature rise.
SDQ12-XXX-R
SDQ12 = Product code and Size
XXX = Inductance in uH, R = Decimal point
If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix indicated RoHS compliant
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
SIDE VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
1.5 typ ref
4
1
4
3
2.975
1.5 Typ.
1
4 Ref.
HT
1.2mm max
2.5mm max
HT
5.95
1
4
2
3 2.975
2.975
R2.250
2.975
5.15
3
2
5.950
R2.250
1.02
2.575
5.2
Max
4 PAD LAYOUT
2 PAD LAYOUT
TRANSFORMER
1
4
1
3
2
4
5.950
2
PARALL EL
3
SERIES
A) Part marking: Line 1 (1st digit inductance value per part marking designator in chart above)
(2nd digit is a bi-weekly production date code)
(3rd digit is the last digit of the year produced)
Line 2: xx (indicates the product size code)
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SDQ)
3
2
2
5.2
Max
Part marking
(Note A)
Series
SDQ12
SDQ25
SCHEMATIC
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
1
Pin #1 identifier
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SDQ Series
Low Profile Dual Winding
Shielded Inductor/Transformer
Packaging Information
4.00
SDQ12 Series
2.00
Pin #1 indicator
1.5 Dia.
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
1.75
A
ACTUAL SIZE
SDQ12
4
Bo
12.0
+/-0.3
1
5.50
3
Ao=5.45 mm
Bo=5.45 mm
Ko=2.00 mm
2
Ko
Ao
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
3,800 parts per reel.
A
8.0
SECTION A-A
Direction of feed
SDQ25 Series
4.00
2.00
Pin #1 indicator
1.5 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
1.75
A
1
12.0
+/-0.3
Bo
2
Ao=5.45 mm
Bo=5.45 mm
Ko=2.70 mm
ACTUAL SIZE
SDQ25
4
Ko
5.50
3
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
2,900 parts per reel.
A
Ao
8.0
SECTION A-A
Direction of feed
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat
SDQ25
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
OCL vs Isat
SDQ12
60
50
40
60
50
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
0
10
% of Isat
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
% of Isat
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SDQ)
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
Core Loss
% of Applied Volt-μSecond
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SD52 Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Octagonal shape shielded drum core
• 2mm max height
• Inductance range from 1.2uH to 100uH
• Current range from 3.14 to 0.35 Amps
• Ferrite shielded, low EMI
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Digital cameras, CD players, cellular phones, and PDAs
• PCMCIA cards
• GPS systems
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part Number
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
1.20
2.20
3.50
4.70
6.80
10.0
15.0
22.0
27.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
100
150
SD52-1R2-R
SD52-2R2-R
SD52-3R5-R
SD52-4R7-R
SD52-6R8-R
SD52-100-R
SD52-150-R
SD52-220-R
SD52-270-R
SD52-330-R
SD52-470-R
SD52-680-R
SD52-101-R
SD52-151-R
OCL (1)
+/-20%
(μH)
1.20
2.20
3.50
4.70
6.80
10.0
15.0
22.0
27.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
100
150
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 3500 per reel
Part
Marking
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
2.33
1.98
1.73
1.63
1.39
1.11
0.97
0.86
0.73
0.70
0.58
0.47
0.39
0.31
3.14
2.30
1.82
1.64
1.28
1.11
0.88
0.73
0.65
0.61
0.50
0.42
0.35
0.28
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100KHz, 0.25Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
(3) Peak current for approximate 30% roll off at 20°C.
DCR (4)
(Ω)
Typ.
0.0279
0.0385
0.0503
0.0568
0.0777
0.1215
0.1618
0.2042
0.2864
0.3074
0.4465
0.6829
1.0000
1.6100
Volt
u-sec
Typ.
1.49
2.03
2.57
2.84
3.65
4.19
5.27
6.35
7.16
7.70
9.32
11.21
13.37
17.00
(4) DCR limits @ 20°C.
5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-uS) across the inductor at 100kHz necessary to
generate a core loss equal to 10% of the total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
Mechanical Diagrams
BOTTOM VIEW
SD52 Series
1
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
5.2
2 max
Pin #1 indicator
Part marking
(See note A)
0.65
±0.10
5.2 max
m
1.3
2 plcs
SCHEMATIC
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD52)
5.6 max
m
1
2.0
2 plcs
2
2
6.0
SIDE VIEW
2.0 max
m
A) Part Marking: Line 1: (1st digit indicates the inductance value per part marking
designator in chart above)
(2nd digit is a bi-weekly production date code)
(3rd digit is the last digit of the year produced)
Line 2: 52 (indicates the product size code)
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SD52 Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Packaging Information
4.00
SD52 Series
2.00 ± 0.05
1.5 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
1.75
A
2
3.0
10.2
0
B
Bo
12.0
+/-0.3
0
ACTUAL SIZE
SD52
5.50
Ko
Ao=5.72mm
Bo=5.72mm
Ko=2.30mm
A
A
Ao
80
8.0
SECTION A-A
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
3,500 parts per reel.
Direction of feed
Dimensions are in millimeters.
DC Current vs. Temperature
SD52-101
100.0
90.0
90.0
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
Temperature Rise (Deg. C)
SD52-1R2
100.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
10.0
0.0
0.00
0.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
0.10
0.20
Idc (A)
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
Idc (A)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat
SD52
100
90
80
OCL (%)
70
60
50
40
30
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD52)
20
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
% of Isat
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SD52 Series
High Power Density,
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Core Loss
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
Irms DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
% of p
Aplied Volt-μS
econd
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD52)
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SD53 Series
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Octagonal shape utilizes board space
• 5.2mm x 5.2mm x 3.0mm surface mount package
• Shielded drum core reduces EMI
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 1.1uH to 100uH
• Current range from 4.08 Amps to 0.44 Amps
Applications
• High Power LED driver
• White LED and OLED displays
• DSL modems, digital cameras
• Buck, Boost Inductor
• Cellular phones, Smart phones
• MP3 players, Digital radio player
• PDA, Palmtop, and wireless handhelds
• Battery power, TFT - LCD Bias supply
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
SD53-1R1-R
SD53-2R0-R
SD53-3R3-R
SD53-4R7-R
SD53-6R8-R
SD53-100-R
SD53-150-R
SD53-220-R
SD53-330-R
SD53-470-R
SD53-680-R
SD53-101-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
1.10
2.00
3.30
4.70
6.80
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
100
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 2600 per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
Part
Marking
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
1.10
2.00
3.30
4.70
6.80
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
100
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
3.25
2.64
2.26
2.01
1.65
1.41
1.10
0.81
0.75
0.64
0.52
0.44
4.80
3.30
2.60
2.10
1.85
1.40
1.10
0.94
0.76
0.64
0.58
0.45
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 30% rolloff (@25°C)
DCR
Ω @20°C
(Typical)
0.017
0.023
0.029
0.039
0.059
0.077
0.122
0.179
0.221
0.303
0.452
0.689
DCR
Ω @20°C
(Maximum)
0.020
0.027
0.034
0.045
0.068
0.090
0.142
0.208
0.257
0.352
0.525
0.801
K-factor
(4)
48
35
28
21
20
15
12
10
8
7
6
5
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: SD53-xxx-R
SD53 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD53)
Mechanical Diagrams
Dimensions are in millimeters.
Note A. Part Marking:
4 Digit Marking: Line 1: (1st digit: Indicates inductance value per Part Marking Designator in chart above); (2nd digit: Bi-weekly production date code);
(3rd digit: Last digit of the year produced), (4th digit: Manufacturing code). Line 2: 53 (Indicates the product size code)
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SD53 Series
Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Packaging Information
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
2,600 parts per reel.
Core Loss
10
1
1MH z
500kH z
300kH z
200kH z
Core Loss (W)
0.1
100kH z
0.01
0.001
0.0001
0.00001
0.000001
1
10
B p -p (m T )
100
1000
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD53)
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Low Profile, Shielded Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD53)
Inductance Characteristics
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SD6020 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum temperature operation
• Low profile surface mount inductors
• 6.0mm x 6.0mm x 2.0mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 4.1uH to 100uH
• Current range from 2.0 Amps to 0.36 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Palmtop Computers
• Digital Cameras
• Digital Cordless Phones, PCS Phones
• Cable/DSL Modems, PC Cards
• Wireless Handsets, Hand-Held Instruments
• Battery Backup/power
• DC-DC converters, Buck/Boost regulators
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
SD6020-4R1-R
SD6020-5R4-R
SD6020-6R2-R
SD6020-8R9-R
SD6020-100-R
SD6020-120-R
SD6020-150-R
SD6020-180-R
SD6020-220-R
SD6020-270-R
SD6020-330-R
SD6020-390-R
SD6020-470-R
SD6020-560-R
SD6020-680-R
SD6020-820-R
SD6020-101-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
4.1
5.4
6.2
8.9
10
12
15
18
22
27
33
39
47
56
68
82
100
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 2600 per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 30%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
3.9
5.5
6.5
8.5
9.7
11
13
16
20
27
29
37
45
55
68
80
94
2.22
1.80
1.63
1.47
1.39
1.31
1.07
1.10
0.94
0.82
0.76
0.63
0.61
0.57
0.50
0.48
0.42
1.95
1.60
1.40
1.25
1.20
1.10
0.97
0.85
0.80
0.75
0.65
0.57
0.54
0.50
0.43
0.41
0.36
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Maximum)
57.0
76.0
96.0
116.0
124.0
138.0
196.0
210.0
290.0
330.0
385.0
500.0
595.0
618.0
840.0
978.0
1200.0
K-factor
(4)
28.5
24.0
22.2
19.3
18.1
17.1
15.4
13.9
12.7
10.9
10.5
9.2
8.2
7.8
6.7
6.3
5.8
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: SD6020-xxx-R
SD6020 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
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(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for 35% rolloff (@25°C)
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Typical)
47.5
63.3
80.0
96.7
103.3
115.0
163.3
175.0
241.7
275.0
320.8
416.7
495.8
515.0
700.0
815.0
1000.0
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SD6020 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
SCHEMATI C
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
FRONT VIEW
6.0 max.
6.3
2.0 max.
1
1
2.2
2.0 5.5
LEFT VIEW
6.0 max.
XXX
wwlly R
2
2
5.5
2
Dimensions are in millimeters.
xxx = Inductance value in uH. R = decimal point. If no R is present third character = #0f zeros.
wwllyy = Date code, R = Revision level.
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
Packaging Information
4.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.75
2.0
7.5
6.3
Bo
12.0
XXX
wwlly R
B1
A1
Ao
Ko
SECTION A-A
8.0
Ao=6.8 mm
Bo=6.8 mm
A1=5.8 mm
B1=5.8 mm
Ko=2.2 mm
A
User direction of feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
2,600 parts per reel.
Core Loss
300kHz
1
1MHz
500kHz
200kHz
100kHz
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD6020)
Core Loss (W)
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.0001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
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SD6020 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
160.00
Temperature Rise (°C)
140.00
120.00
100.00
80.00
60.00
40.00
20.00
0.00
0.00
0.10
0.20
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
0.90
1.00
Total Loss (W)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL Vs. Isat
120%
100%
% of OC
80%
60%
40%
+85 Deg. C
+25 Deg. C
- 40 Deg. C
20%
0%
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
120%
% of Isat
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD6020)
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SD6030 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
2002/95/EC
• Low profile surface mount inductors
• 6.0mm x 6.0mm x 3.0mm surface mount package
• Ferrite core material
• Shielded drum core reduces EMI
• Inductance range from 2.7μH to 680μH
• Current range from 4.08 Amps to 0.16 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Notebook computers, Digital cameras
• DSL modems, PDA’s
• High Power LED driver
• MP3, CD players, GPS receivers
• Cellular phones, Smart phones
• Wireless notebook adapters
• Battery power, TFT-LCD Bias supplies
• PCMCIA, Cardbus32, MiniPCI cards
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD6030)
Part Number
SD6030-2R7-R
SD6030-3R3-R
SD6030-4R2-R
SD6030-5R0-R
SD6030-5R8-R
SD6030-7R8-R
SD6030-100-R
SD6030-120-R
SD6030-150-R
SD6030-180-R
SD6030-220-R
SD6030-270-R
SD6030-330-R
SD6030-360-R
SD6030-440-R
SD6030-520-R
SD6030-680-R
SD6030-820-R
SD6030-101-R
SD6030-121-R
SD6030-151-R
SD6030-181-R
SD6030-221-R
SD6030-271-R
SD6030-331-R
SD6030-391-R
SD6030-471-R
SD6030-561-R
SD6030-681-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
2.7
3.3
4.2
5.0
5.8
7.8
10
12
15
18
22
27
33
36
44
52
68
82
100
120
150
180
220
270
330
390
470
560
680
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 2600 per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 30%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
2.7
3.3
4.1
4.9
5.8
7.8
9.3
11.3
14.1
17.1
20.4
26.0
32.4
34.4
44.0
52.0
65.6
81.6
94.4
110.1
144.5
175.7
210.9
264.2
313.5
373.7
460.0
546.2
659.4
4.08
3.54
3.11
2.81
2.58
2.38
2.15
1.99
1.71
1.65
1.57
1.31
1.26
1.19
1.10
0.99
0.92
0.80
0.76
0.70
0.64
0.55
0.50
0.44
0.38
0.35
0.33
0.30
0.27
2.60
2.40
2.20
1.90
1.80
1.60
1.30
1.20
1.10
1.00
0.90
0.85
0.75
0.70
0.62
0.58
0.52
0.46
0.42
0.40
0.35
0.32
0.30
0.27
0.25
0.22
0.20
0.18
0.16
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for 35% rolloff (@25°C)
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Typical)
13
18
23
28
33
39
48
56
76
82
90
130
140
157
185
226
263
343
385
517
608
817
1000
1300
1733
2083
2250
2767
3458
DCR
mΩ@20°C
(Maximum)
18
24
31
38
45
53
65
76
103
110
122
175
189
212
250
305
355
463
520
620
730
980
1200
1560
2080
2500
2700
3320
4150
K-factor
(4)
34
30
27
24
22
19
17
16
14
13
12
11
9.3
8.7
7.9
7.2
6.5
5.9
5.6
5.6
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.6
3.3
3.0
2.8
2.5
2.3
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: SD6030-xxx-R
SD6030 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
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Mechanical Diagrams
Dimensions are in millimeters.
xxx = Inductance value in uH. R = decimal point. If no R is present third character = # of zeros.
wwllyy = Date code, R = Revision level.
Packaging Information
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
2,600 parts per reel.
Core Loss
1
1MHz
500kHz
300kHz
200kHz
100kHz
0.01
0.001
0.0001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
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Inductance Characteristics
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SD7030 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
2002/95/EC
• Low profile surface mount inductors
• 7.0mm x 7.0mm x 3.0mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 3.3μH to 680μH
• Current range from 3.7 Amps to 0.21 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• PDA’s, Wireless handsets
• Handheld computers
• MP3 players, CD players, organizers
• Portable computers, GPS receivers
• ADSL/DSL/Cable modems
• Buck and Boost inductor
• Battery power, Li-lon, 2-cell
• Digital still camera
• White LED driver
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
OCL (1)
μH ± 30%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
3.3
4.1
4.9
5.8
7.0
7.8
10.0
11.5
14.6
17.3
21.0
24.9
30.0
39.7
43.4
54.4
66.6
81.4
95.5
115.2
145
174
211
264
317
381
460
561.0
677.2
3.7
3.4
3.2
2.8
2.3
2.2
2.1
1.9
1.7
1.7
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.1
0.99
0.85
0.82
0.70
0.67
0.57
0.54
0.51
0.44
0.38
0.36
0.34
0.29
0.28
3.00
2.60
2.40
2.25
2.10
1.85
1.70
1.55
1.40
1.32
1.20
1.05
0.97
0.86
0.80
0.73
0.65
0.60
0.54
0.50
0.44
0.40
0.36
0.33
0.30
0.27
0.25
0.23
0.21
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 35% rolloff (@25°C)
DCR
mΩ@25°C
(Typical)
20
22
26
29
45
48
54
58
70
79
107
118
138
175
198
231
253
325
446
629
715
805
1102
1259
1438
1857
2150
2857
3206
DCR
mΩ@25°C
(Maximum)
24
27
31
35
54
58
65
70
84
95
128
142
165
210
238
277
304
390
535
755
858
966
1322
1475
1725
2228
2581
3428
3847
K-factor
(4)
22
19
17
16
13
12
11
10
9.3
8.8
7.6
6.9
6.4
5.7
5.3
4.9
4.3
4.0
3.6
3.3
2.9
2.7
2.4
2.2
2.0
1.8
1.7
1.5
1.4
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in uH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: SD7030-xxx-R
SD7030 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
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SD7030-3R3-R
SD7030-3R9-R
SD7030-5R0-R
SD7030-6R0-R
SD7030-7R3-R
SD7030-8R0-R
SD7030-100-R
SD7030-120-R
SD7030-150-R
SD7030-180-R
SD7030-220-R
SD7030-260-R
SD7030-300-R
SD7030-390-R
SD7030-440-R
SD7030-560-R
SD7030-680-R
SD7030-820-R
SD7030-101-R
SD7030-121-R
SD7030-151-R
SD7030-181-R
SD7030-221-R
SD7030-271-R
SD7030-331-R
SD7030-391-R
SD7030-471-R
SD7030-561-R
SD7030-681-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
3.3
3.9
5.0
6.0
7.3
8.0
10
12
15
18
22
26
30
39
44
56
68
82
100
120
150
180
220
270
330
390
470
560
680
Packaging
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Mechanical Diagrams
Dimensions are in millimeters.
xxx = Inductance value in uH. R = decimal point. If no R is present third character = # of zeros.
wwllyy = Date code, R = Revision level.
Packaging Information
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
1,500 parts per reel.
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Core Loss
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Inductance Characteristics
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SD8328 Series
Low Profile Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum temperature operation
• Low profile surface mount inductor
• 8.3mm x 9.5mm x 3.0mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 2.7μH to 100μH
• Current range from 6.6 Amps to 0.8 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Buck or Boost inductor
• Noise filtering output filter chokes
• Notebook power/display
• LCD Monitors/Displays/Televisions
• Battery chargers, LCD bias supplies
• Battery and Industrial power systems
• Computer, DVD players
• Portable power devices, DC-DC converters
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
SD8328-2R5-R
SD8328-3R3-R
SD8328-4R7-R
SD8328-7R3-R
SD8328-100-R
SD8328-150-R
SD8328-220-R
SD8328-330-R
SD8328-470-R
SD8328-680-R
SD8328-101-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
2.5
3.3
4.7
7.3
10
15
22
33
47
68
100
OCL (1)
μH±30%
Irms(2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
2.7
3.4
5.0
7.6
9.1
14.5
21.1
31.9
44.9
64.2
97.0
6.6
6.1
4.5
3.4
3.3
2.35
1.85
1.45
1.30
0.98
0.80
4.5
4.0
3.6
2.9
2.6
2.0
1.7
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 35% rolloff (@25°C)
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD8328)
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 1280 per reel
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Typical)
12
14
19
30
36
53
76
120
150
220
330
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Maximum)
15.6
18.0
24.7
39
45
69
99
156
194
286
430
K-factor
(4)
43
33
23
15
11
7.2
4.9
3.3
2.3
1.6
1.1
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in μH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: SD8328-xxx-R
SD8328 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
Mechanical Diagrams
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
1
2.5
typ
8.3
max
FRONT VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
SCHEMATIC
2.9
1.2
typ
3.0
max
1
1.8
XXX
wwlly R
9.5
max
6.3
typ
LEFT VIEW
5.7
2
2
Dimensions are in millimeters.
xxx = Inductance value in uH. R = decimal point. If no R is present third character = # of zeros. wwllyy = Date code, R = Revision level.
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Packaging Information
4.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
1.5 dia
min
2.0
A
1.75
7.5
Bo
B1
16.0
XXX
wwlly R
A1
A
12.0
Ko
Ao
SECTION A-A
User direction of feed
Ao=9.5 mm
Bo=10.0 mm
A1=8.5 mm
B1=9.7 mm
Ko=3.2 mm
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
1,280 parts per reel.
Core Loss
10
500kHz
1MHz
300kHz
200kHz
1
Core Loss (W)
100kHz
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.0001
1
10
100
1000
Bp-p (mT)
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Low Profile Power Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
160
Temperature Rise (ºC)
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
Total Power Loss (W)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL Vs. Isat
120.0%
100.0%
% OCL
80.0%
60.0%
+85 Deg.C
40.0%
+25 Deg.C
20.0%
-40 Deg.C
0.0%
0.0%
20.0%
40.0%
60.0%
80.0%
100.0%
120.0%
LOW PROFILE SHIELDED DRUM (SD8328)
% Isat
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SD8350 Series
Shielded Power Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• Low profile surface mount inductor
• 8.3mm x 9.5mm x 4.5mm shielded drum core
• Ferrite core material
• Inductance range from 1.5μH to 100μH
• Current range from 9.1 Amps to 0.8 Amps
• Frequency range up to 1MHz
Applications
• Server/Notebook power
• High Power LED driver, Portable devices
• Base Station, Telecom, and Networking
• Battery Chargers, RAM power supply
• Industrial and Automotive power systems
• Noise filtering output filter chokes
• Buck/Boost converters, Output converters
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
maximum
Part Number
SD8350-1R8-R
SD8350-3R9-R
SD8350-4R7-R
SD8350-6R8-R
SD8350-100-R
SD8350-150-R
SD8350-220-R
SD8350-330-R
SD8350-470-R
SD8350-680-R
SD8350-101-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
1.8
3.9
4.7
6.8
10
15
22
33
47
68
100
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 750 per reel
OCL (1)
μH±30%
Irms(2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
1.5
3.2
4.2
6.8
9.9
13.6
20.4
31.4
44.9
65.1
99.7
5.50
4.50
4.10
3.90
3.20
2.30
1.80
1.40
1.30
1.00
0.80
9.1
6.3
5.5
4.4
4.0
2.9
2.6
2.2
1.8
1.5
1.3
(1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.1V, 0.0Adc.
(2) Irms: DC current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. Derating is
necessary for AC currents. PCB layout, trace thickness and width, air-flow, and
proximity of other heat generating components will affect the temperature rise. It
is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C under worst
case operating conditions verified in the end application.
(3) Isat Amperes peak for approximately 35% rolloff (@25°C)
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Typical)
11.8
16.2
18.5
20.8
31.4
45.0
63.5
111.4
130.0
200.8
308.0
DCR (Ω)
mΩ @20°C
(Maximum)
14.0
19.0
22.0
25.0
36.0
53.0
75.0
125.0
150.0
240.0
360.0
K-factor
(4)
16.0
9.6
8.5
7.6
6.3
5.3
4.4
3.5
2.9
2.4
2.0
(4) K-factor: Used to determine B p-p for core loss (see graph).
B p-p = K*L*ΔI, B p-p(mT), K: (K factor from table), L: (Inductance in μH),
ΔI (Peak to peak ripple current in Amps).
(5) Part Number Definition: SD8350-xxx-R
SD8350 = Product code and size; -xxx = Inductance value in uH;
R = decimal point; If no R is present, third character = # of zeros.
-R suffix = RoHS compliant
Mechanical Diagrams
RECOMM ENDED PCB LAYOUT
BOTTOM VIEW
2.5
8.3 max.
1
SCHEM ATIC
FRONT VIEW
2.9
4.5 max.
1.2
1
1.8
XX X
wwlly R
9.5 max.
6.3
LEFT VIEW
5.7
2
2
Dimensions are in millimeters.
xxx = Inductance value in uH. R = decimal point. If no R is present third character = # of zeros. wwllyy = Date code, R = Revision level.
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Shielded Power Inductors
Packaging Information
1.5 dia
min
4.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
A
1.75
7.5
Bo
B1
16.0
XX X
wwlly R
A1
A
12.0
Ko
Ao
SECTION A-A
User direction of feed
Ao=9.5 mm
Bo=10.0 mm
A1=8.5 mm
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
750 parts per reel.
B1=9.7 mm
Ko=4.6 mm
Core Loss
10
1MHz
300kHz
200kHz
100kHz
1
Core Loss (W)
500kHz
0. 1
0. 01
0. 001
0. 000 1
1
10
100
100 0
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Bp-p (mT)
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Shielded Power Inductors
Temperature Rise vs. Loss
140
Temperature Rise (°C)
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1
Total Loss (W)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL Vs. Isat
120%
100%
% OCL
80%
60%
+85 Deg. C
+25 Deg. C
-40 Deg. C
40%
20%
0%
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
120%
140%
% Isat
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Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Miniature size and rugged construction
• Low DCR and high efficiency
• Suited for IR and vapor reflow solder
• Designed for high shock environments
• Frequency range 1kHz to 2MHz
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• DC-DC converters
• Filter inductors
• Signal conditioning
• Energy storage applications
• Computer, pager and battery powered equipment
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
range is application specific. Temperature rise is
approximately 40°C at rated RMS current. Maximum
operating temperature is 125°C including ambient.
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part
Number
Inductance
μH
(Rated)
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
10
15
22
33
47
68
100
150
UP2.8B-1R0-R
UP2.8B-1R5-R
UP2.8B-2R2-R
UP2.8B-3R3-R
UP2.8B-4R7-R
UP2.8B-6R8-R
UP2.8B-100-R
UP2.8B-150-R
UP2.8B-220-R
UP2.8B-330-R
UP2.8B-470-R
UP2.8B-680-R
UP2.8B-101-R
UP2.8B-151-R
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 1,750 per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
0.98
1.59
2.44
3.24
4.15
6.73
10
15
22
33
47
68
100
150
3.6
3.3
3.1
2.8
2.7
2.4
2.1
1.7
1.5
1.3
1.0
.89
.78
.62
8.0
6.4
5.2
4.5
3.9
3.2
2.7
2.2
1.7
1.5
1.2
1.0
.84
.74
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.250 Vrms, 0.0 Adc
2) RMS current, delta temp. of 40° C ambient temperature of 85° C
Recommended PCB Layout
2.92
TOP VIEW
9.4
max
Dimensions in Millimeters.
wwllyy = date code R = (revision level)
xxx = Inductance value per family chart
DCR (4)
Ohms
(Max.)
.0286
.0349
.0356
.0474
.0478
.067
.080
.120
.190
.250
.340
.480
.622
.971
3) Peak current for approximately 10% roll-off @ 20°C
4) Values @ 20° C
Mechanical Diagrams
UP2.8B
xxx
wwllyy R
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP2.8B) UNI-PAC™ 2.8B
UNI-PAC™ 2.8
Low Cost, Low Profile 2.8mm
Power Inductors (Surface Mount)
2.63
max
FRONT VIEW
9.4
max
7.37
12.9
max
2.8
max
2.79
Component View
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Packaging Information
4.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.7
1
11.5
24.0
+/-0.3
Bo
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP2.8B) UNI-PAC™ 2.8B
UNI-PAC™ 2.8
Low Cost, Low Profile 2.8mm
Power Inductors (Surface Mount)
2
Ko
A
Ao
SECTION A-A
Ao=9.7mm
Bo=13.4mm
Ko=3.1mm
12.0
User direction of feed
Packaging Information:
Parts packaged on a
13" Dia. EIA-481 compliant reel.
1,750 parts per reel.
Inductance Characteristics
% of Initial Inductance
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
40
80
120
160
% of Isat
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Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Miniature size and rugged construction
• Designed for high shock environments
• Suited for IR and vapor reflow solder
• Frequency range 1kHz to 2MHz
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Computer, pager and battery powered equipment
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
range is application specific. Temperature rise is
approximately 40°C at rated RMS current. Maximum
operating temperature is 125°C including ambient.
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part
Number
Inductance
μH
(Rated)
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
10
15
22
27
33
39
47
68
100
UP0.4C-1R0-R
UP0.4C-1R5-R
UP0.4C-2R2-R
UP0.4C-3R3-R
UP0.4C-4R7-R
UP0.4C-6R8-R
UP0.4C-100-R
UP0.4C-150-R
UP0.4C-220-R
UP0.4C-270-R
UP0.4C-330-R
UP0.4C-390-R
UP0.4C-470-R
UP0.4C-680-R
UP0.4C-101-R
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 2,500 per reel
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
1.16
1.49
2.27
3.22
4.95
7.06
9.53
14.5
21.8
27.5
32.2
39.0
46.5
68.2
102.5
2.88
2.58
2.15
1.89
1.55
1.30
1.16
0.95
0.76
0.69
0.64
0.59
0.53
0.45
0.37
3.33
2.94
2.38
2.00
1.61
1.35
1.16
0.94
0.77
0.68
0.63
0.57
0.53
0.43
0.35
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.250 Vrms, 0.0 Adc
2) RMS current, delta temp. of 40°C ambient temperature of 85°C
DCR (4)
Ohms
(Max)
0.030
0.034
0.050
0.060
0.088
0.128
0.156
0.250
0.360
0.480
0.560
0.650
0.820
1.10
1.58
3) Peak current for approximately 30% roll-off @ 20°C
4) Values @ 20°C
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
4.06
1.4 (2x)
FRONT VIEW
1
yww
xxx
2
2.40 4.45
max max
2.92
max
1.00 ref
(2x)
2.9
(2x)
6.60
max
4.45
ref
Inductance
Characteristics
SCHEMATIC
1
2
COMPONENT VIEW
Dimensions in Millimeters.
yww = Date Code xxx = Inductance value per family chart
% of Initial Inductance
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP0.4C) UNI-PAC™ 0.4C
UNI-PAC™ 0.4C
Low Cost, Low Profile
Power Inductors (Surface Mount)
100%
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
0%
20%
40%
60%
80% 100% 120% 140% 160%
% of Isat
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Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Miniature surface mount design with rugged
case to eliminate core breakage
• Inductance range from 0.470uH to 1000uH
• Current range up to 18.6 Amps peak
• Meets UL94V-0 flammability standard
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• PDA, computer, and flash memory programs
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part
Number
UP2C-R47-R
UP2C-1R0-R
UP2C-1R5-R
UP2C-2R2-R
UP2C-3R3-R
UP2C-4R7-R
UP2C-6R8-R
UP2C-100-R
UP2C-150-R
UP2C-220-R
UP2C-330-R
UP2C-470-R
UP2C-680-R
UP2C-101-R
UP2C-151-R
UP2C-221-R
UP2C-331-R
UP2C-471-R
UP2C-681-R
UP2C-102-R
Inductance
μH
(rated)
0.470
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
100.0
150.0
220.0
330.0
470.0
680.0
1000.0
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 900 per reel
OCL(1)
μH±20%
I RMS(2)
Amperes
I SAT(3)
Amperes
0.48
1.03
1.45
2.00
3.30
4.41
7.16
10.56
15.97
22.33
32.11
47.90
65.03
97.85
141.9
207.8
318.2
470.8
689.7
1080.0
12.2
9.80
8.10
7.50
5.90
5.62
4.42
3.61
3.17
2.61
2.16
1.77
1.57
1.26
1.04
0.82
0.67
0.56
0.46
0.38
18.6
11.8
10.0
8.67
6.84
6.20
4.82
3.94
3.17
2.65
2.20
1.83
1.53
1.24
1.02
0.85
0.70
0.58
0.48
0.40
Notes: (1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100KHz, .250Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss, at an
ambient temperature of 85˚C.
(3) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff @ 20°C.
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP2C) UNI-PAC™ 2C
UNI-PAC™ 2C
Low Cost Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
DCR(4)
mΩ
typ.
2.5
3.9
5.6
6.6
10.5
11.7
18.0
28.3
36.9
54.0
79.7
118.5
151.7
233.1
351.4
545.0
824.3
1191.4
1774.2
2657.1
Volts(5)
μS
(typ)
4.15
7.0
8.3
9.6
12.1
13.4
17.3
21.1
26.2
31.3
37.7
45.4
54.3
67.1
81.2
97.8
120
144
173
209
(4) DCR limits 20°C.
(5) Applied volt-time product (V-uS) across the inductor. This value represents the applied v-us at 300KHz necessary to generate a core loss
equal to 10% of the total losses for a 40° temperature rise.
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
PCB PAD LAYOUT
5.2
12.90
Max.
1
UP2C
xxx
wwllyy R
SIDE VIEW
SCHEMATIC
7.37
1
2.79
3.0ref
9.40
Max.
2.92
2
2.5max*
see note A
Dimensions in Millimeters.
wwllyy = (date code) R = revision level
xxx = Inductance value per family chart
COMPONENT VIEW
2
(A) 2.5mm max is width of copper at seating plane. The width above the seating
plane may exceed 2.5mm.
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Packaging Information
4.0
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
1.5 dia
min
A
1.7
1
11.5
24.0
+/-0.3
B0
ACTUAL SIZE
UNIPAC 2C
2
Ao=9.50mm
Bo=13.0mm
Ko=5.7mm
K0
A
A0
SECTION A-A
12.0
User direction of feed
Inductance Characteristics
Core Loss
IRMS DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
0
20
40
50
60
10
0K
Hz
50
0K
80
Hz
30
0K
Hz
20
0K
Hz
70
1M
Hz
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP2C) UNI-PAC™ 2C
UNI-PAC™ 2C
Low Cost Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
90
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
10
20
30
40
50
60
80
100
200
300
400 500 600
800 1000
% of Applied Volt-μ-Seconds
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Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Miniature surface mount design
• Inductance range from 0.470uH to 1000uH
• Current range from 19.2 to .47 Amps
• Maximum power density
• Ideal for applications requiring low inductance and high
current in a miniature package
• Modified standard products are available
• Protective case eliminates core breakage
• Meets UL 94V-0 flammability standard
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• DC-DC converters on board level and industrial products
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part
Number
UP1B-R47-R
UP1B-1R0-R
UP1B-1R5-R
UP1B-2R2-R
UP1B-3R3-R
UP1B-4R7-R
UP1B-6R8-R
UP1B-100-R
UP1B-150-R
UP1B-220-R
UP1B-330-R
UP1B-470-R
UP1B-680-R
UP1B-101-R
UP1B-151-R
UP1B-221-R
UP1B-331-R
UP2B-R47-R
UP2B-1R0-R
UP2B-1R5-R
UP2B-2R2-R
UP2B-3R3-R
UP2B-4R7-R
UP2B-6R8-R
UP2B-100-R
UP2B-150-R
UP2B-220-R
UP2B-330-R
UP2B-470-R
UP2B-680-R
UP2B-820-R
UP2B-101-R
UP2B-151-R
Inductance
μH (rated)
0.47
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
100.0
150.0
220.0
330.0
0.47
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
82.0
100.0
150.0
OCL(1)
μH±20%
0.569
1.20
1.61
2.62
3.79
5.15
6.87
11.00
16.00
23.50
36.00
48.50
73.52
112.67
152.40
223.10
331.90
0.595
1.00
1.46
2.56
3.23
4.77
6.63
9.73
15.43
22.50
33.13
48.65
68.17
84.1
102.60
150
Notes: (1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100KHz, .250Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C. at an ambient temperature
of 85˚C.
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP) UNI-PAC™
UNI-PAC™
Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
NO
PROW AVAIL
TECT ABL
I VE E WI
CAS TH A
E
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 900 (UP1B), 550
(UP2B), 450 (UP3B), and 275 (UP4B) per reel
I RMS(2)
Amperes
6.0
4.4
4.2
3.1
2.9
2.2
1.7
1.5
1.2
1.0
0.82
0.72
0.58
0.47
0.40
0.36
0.28
10.6
9.3
8.3
7.2
6.5
5.5
5.0
4.3
3.5
2.8
2.1
1.7
1.5
1.34
1.2
1.0
I SAT(3)
Amperes
7.7
5.3
4.5
3.5
3.0
2.6
2.2
1.9
1.5
1.2
0.99
0.87
0.67
0.53
0.46
0.38
0.31
11.4
9.9
7.9
6.1
5.1
4.2
3.6
3.3
2.4
2.0
1.7
1.4
1.2
1.03
0.95
0.77
DCR(4)
Ohms max.
0.0097
0.0177
0.0200
0.0363
0.0428
0.0544
0.0897
0.1107
0.1747
0.2541
0.3670
0.4740
0.7320
1.11
1.61
1.96
3.10
0.0049
0.0065
0.0081
0.0107
0.0128
0.0165
0.0202
0.0267
0.0410
0.0617
0.0917
0.1388
0.1787
0.2235
0.2707
0.4100
(3) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff UP1B, 3B, 4B. 10% rolloff
UP2B @ 20°C
(4) DCR limits 20°C.
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UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP) UNI-PAC™
UNI-PAC™
Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Part
Number
UP2B-221-R
UP2B-331-R
UP2B-471-R
UP2B-681-R
UP2B-821-R
UP2B-102-R
UP3B-R47-R
UP3B-1R0-R
UP3B-1R5-R
UP3B-2R2-R
UP3B-3R3-R
UP3B-4R7-R
UP3B-6R8-R
UP3B-100-R
UP3B-150-R
UP3B-220-R
UP3B-330-R
UP3B-470-R
UP3B-680-R
UP3B-101-R
UP3B-151-R
UP3B-331-R
UP4B-R47-R
UP4B-1R0-R
UP4B-1R5-R
UP4B-2R2-R
UP4B-3R3-R
UP4B-4R7-R
UP4B-6R8-R
UP4B-100-R
UP4B-150-R
UP4B-220-R
UP4B-330-R
UP4B-470-R
UP4B-680-R
UP4B-101-R
UP4B-151-R
UP4B-221-R
UP4B-331-R
UP4B-471-R
Inductance
μH (rated)
220.0
330.0
470.0
680.0
820.0
1000.0
0.47
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
100.0
150.0
330.0
0.47
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
68.0
100.0
150.0
220.0
330.0
470.0
OCL(1)
μH±20%
223
338
471
700
823
1005
0.452
1.34
2.08
3.01
3.96
5.00
7.70
11.00
16.38
23.93
33.85
51.00
69.50
101.40
152.9
332.80
0.473
0.916
1.52
2.27
3.14
5.34
6.66
9.77
15.61
22.61
34.30
48.10
69.14
99.42
146.90
221.40
330.00
470.10
Notes: (1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100KHz, .250Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C. at an ambient temperature
of 85˚C.
I RMS(2)
Amperes
0.773
0.676
0.553
0.452
0.423
0.369
16.0
12.5
10.0
9.2
8.0
6.5
5.8
4.3
3.9
3.1
2.4
1.9
1.6
1.4
1.2
0.75
19.2
17.3
13.4
12.0
11.0
8.6
8.3
6.8
5.5
4.5
3.7
3.1
2.4
2.0
1.7
1.4
1.1
0.91
I SAT(3)
Amperes
0.637
0.510
0.427
0.355
0.334
0.300
25.1
15.3
12.0
10.2
9.3
7.7
6.2
5.2
4.3
3.7
3.0
2.4
2.0
1.8
1.4
0.98
51.7
37.3
28.9
23.7
20.2
15.6
14.1
11.5
9.1
7.6
6.1
5.2
4.3
3.6
3.0
2.4
2.0
1.7
DCR(4)
Ohms max.
0.6717
0.8783
1.31
1.97
2.24
2.96
0.0021
0.0034
0.0053
0.0074
0.0083
0.0114
0.0183
0.0260
0.0317
0.0490
0.0688
0.1082
0.1558
0.2053
0.2960
0.7330
0.0019
0.0023
0.0039
0.0048
0.0057
0.0093
0.0100
0.0150
0.0230
0.0340
0.0520
0.0740
0.1200
0.1700
0.2392
0.3571
0.5800
0.8330
(3) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff UP1B, 3B, 4B. 10% rolloff
UP2B @ 20°C
(4) DCR limits 20°C.
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Mechanical Diagrams
UP1B Series
PCB PAD LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
8.89
8.89
Max
5.08
FRONT VIEW
2.42
Ref
UP1B
XXX
wwllyy R
6.10
Max
4.04
Max
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP) UNI-PAC™
UNI-PAC™
Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
SCHEMATIC
1
5.0
Max
4.1
2
0.762
Min
1.9
COMPONENT VIEW
UP2B Series
PCB PAD LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
14.0
SCHEMATIC
13.97
Max
1
6.73
Max
UP2B
XXX
wwllyy R
10.41
Max
9.4
FRONT VIEW
4.22
Ref
6.0
Max
7.3
2
0.762
Min
2.3
COMPONENT VIEW
UP3B Series
TOP VIEW
PCB PAD LAYOUT
8.13
max
1
UP3B
XXX
wwllyy R
19.3
SCHEMATIC
SIDE VIEW
1
13.21
max
2
11.7
6.8
max
8.7
2
12.70
3.8
19.30
max
COMPONENT VIEW
UP4B Series
TOP VIEW
PCB PAD LAYOUT
11.18
max
1
UP4B
XXX
wwllyy R
22.1
SCHEMATIC
SIDE VIEW
2
15.00
max
13.5
1
7.87
max
12.0
2
14.61
4.3
22.10
max
Dimensions in Millimeters.
COMPONENT VIEW
wwllyy = (date code) R = revision level
xxx = Inductance value per family chart
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UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP) UNI-PAC™
UNI-PAC™
Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Packaging Information
UP1B Series
2.0
4.0
1.5 Dia.
A
1.75
1
7.5
16
9.3
ACTUAL SIZE
UNI-PAC 1B
2
4.4
5.6
A
2.3
6.4
12.0
SECTION A-A
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
900 parts per reel.
Direction of feed
Dimensions in millimeters.
UP2B Series
2.0
4.0
A
1.5 Dia.
1.75
1
11.5
24
14.3
2
5.4
6.8
A
5.1
10.7
16.0
SECTION A-A
UP3B Series
ACTUAL SIZE
UNI-PAC 2B
Direction of feed
Dimensions in millimeters.
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
550 parts per reel.
2.0
4.0
1.5 Dia.
A
1.75
1
14.2
19.6
28.4 32
ACTUAL SIZE
UNI-PAC 3B
2
5.9
7.7
SECTION A-A
A
5.8
13.5
16.0
Direction of feed
Dimensions in millimeters.
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
450 parts per reel.
UP4B Series
2.0
4.0
1.5 Dia.
A
1.75
1
14.2
22.3
2
7.2
9.0
SECTION A-A
11.1
15.3
A
28.4 32
ACTUAL SIZE
UNI-PAC 4B
24.0
Direction of feed
Dimensions in millimeters.
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
275 parts per reel.
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Inductance Characteristics
UP1B-1R0
UP1B-100
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
UP1B-470
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
UP2B-100
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP) UNI-PAC™
UNI-PAC™
Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
UP2B-1R0
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
UP2B-470
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
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UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (UP) UNI-PAC™
UNI-PAC™
Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Inductance Characteristics
UP3B-1R0
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
UP3B-100
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
UP3B-470
UP4B-1R0
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
UP4B-100
UP4B-470
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
Typical Inductance & Energy vs Saturation Current
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Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Metalized drum core design utilizes board space
• Current Range from 4.46 to 0.52 Amps
• Inductance range from 1.0 uH to 470uH
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Buck or Boost inductor
• Noise filtering and output filter chokes
• Computers
• Power Supplies
• Test Equipment Instrumentation
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature: -25°C to +85°C
• Operating ambient temperature: -20°C to +80°C (Range
is application specific). Temperature rise is approximately 40°C at rated rms current.
• Solder reflow temperature: 260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part
Number
LD1-1R0-R
LD1-1R4-R
LD1-1R8-R
LD1-2R2-R
LD1-2R7-R
LD1-3R3-R
LD1-3R9-R
LD1-4R7-R
LD1-5R6-R
LD1-6R8-R
LD1-8R2-R
LD1-100-R
LD1-120-R
LD1-150-R
LD1-180-R
LD1-220-R
LD1-270-R
LD1-330-R
LD1-390-R
LD1-470-R
LD1-560-R
LD1-680-R
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
1.0
1.4
1.8
2.2
2.7
3.3
3.9
4.7
5.6
6.8
8.2
10
12
15
18
22
27
33
39
47
56
68
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, LD1 (2,000), LD2
(1,000) parts per reel
OCL (1)
Nominal
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
1.00
1.40
1.80
2.20
2.70
3.30
3.90
4.70
5.60
6.80
8.20
10.0
12.0
15.0
18.0
22.0
27.0
33.0
39.0
47.0
56.0
68.0
2.66
2.47
2.35
2.22
2.11
2.00
1.75
1.57
1.51
1.41
1.32
1.13
1.05
0.99
0.83
0.78
0.67
0.66
0.63
0.52
0.50
0.46
4.46
3.41
3.05
2.76
2.52
2.32
2.14
2.00
1.75
1.56
1.41
1.28
1.18
1.05
0.98
0.89
0.87
0.75
0.68
0.61
0.57
0.52
Notes:
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25Vrms, 0.0Adc +/-20%
except for LD1-330 to LD1-680 and LD2-470 to LD2-471 which is +/-10%
2) RMS current for for an approximate T of 40°C. It is recommended that the
temperature of the part not exceed 125°C
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (LD)
LD Series
Metalized Drum Core
Power Inductor
DCR (4)
(Ω)
(Max.)
0.0330
0.0380
0.0420
0.0470
0.0520
0.0580
0.0760
0.0940
0.1010
0.1170
0.1320
0.1820
0.2100
0.2350
0.3380
0.3780
0.5220
0.5400
0.5870
0.8440
0.9370
1.12
3) Peak current for an approximate 10% rolloff at 20°C
4) DCR limits @ 20°C
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Part
Number
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
10
12
15
18
22
27
33
39
47
56
68
82
100
120
150
180
220
270
330
390
470
LD2-100-R
LD2-120-R
LD2-150-R
LD2-180-R
LD2-220-R
LD2-270-R
LD2-330-R
LD2-390-R
LD2-470-R
LD2-560-R
LD2-680-R
LD2-820-R
LD2-101-R
LD2-121-R
LD2-151-R
LD2-181-R
LD2-221-R
LD2-271-R
LD2-331-R
LD2-391-R
LD2-471-R
OCL (1)
Nominal
Irms (2)
Amperes
Isat (3)
Amperes
10.0
12.0
15.0
18.0
22.0
27.0
33.0
39.0
47.0
56.0
68.0
82
100
120
150
180
220
270
330
390
470
3.83
3.57
3.38
3.19
3.13
2.81
2.70
2.42
2.25
1.96
1.88
1.63
1.53
1.43
1.23
1.15
1.00
0.94
0.83
0.78
0.74
3.45
3.20
2.85
2.60
2.45
2.10
2.01
1.85
1.64
1.50
1.35
1.28
1.15
1.09
0.95
0.87
0.79
0.73
0.64
0.58
0.55
DCR (4)
(Ω)
(Max.)
0.0700
0.0800
0.0900
0.1000
0.1100
0.1200
0.1300
0.1600
0.1800
0.2400
0.2800
0.3700
0.4300
0.4700
0.6400
0.7100
0.9600
1.11
1.26
1.77
1.96
3) Peak current for an approximate 10% rolloff at 20°C
4) DCR limits @ 20°C
Notes:
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.25Vrms, 0.0Adc +/-20%
except for LD1-330 to LD1-680 and LD2-470 to LD2-471 which is +/-10%
2) RMS current for for an approximate T of 40°C. It is recommended that the
temperature of the part not exceed 125°C
Mechanical Diagrams
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
A
BOTTOM VIEW
FRONT VIEW
SCHEMATIC
H
1
C
xxx
B
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (LD)
LD Series
Metalized Drum Core
Power Inductor
I
Marking
G
I
2
Component Side
Marking:
LD1: xxx=inductance value
per family chart
LD2: "C" logo
xxx=inductance value
Dimension
LD1
LD2
A
+/-0.3
4.5
7.8
B
+/-0.3
C
+/-0.3
G
ref
H
ref
I
ref
4.0
7.0
3.2
5.0
1.5
2.0
4.5
7.5
1.75
3.0
Dimensions in millimeters.
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Packaging Information
8.0
LD1 Series
ACTUAL SIZE
LD1
xxx
xxx
xxx
xxx
12.0
UNSHIELDED DRUM CORE (LD)
LD Series
Metalized Drum Core
Power Inductor
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
2,000 parts per reel.
User Direction Feed
LD2 Series
12.0
ACTUAL SIZE
LD2
xxx
xxx
xxx
xxx
16.0
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
1,000 parts per reel.
User Direction Feed
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs Isat
LD2
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
OCL (%)
OCL (%)
OCL vs Isat
LD1
60
50
40
60
50
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
% of Isat
70
80
90
100
110
120
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
% of Isat
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Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• High performance, ferrite-based, low profile,
surface mount inductors
• Small footprint and closed magnetic field construction
allow for low EMI
• Low DCR and high efficiency
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• PC cards, cellular telephones, pagers, and disk drives
• GPS systems
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part
Number
Inductance
μH
OCL (1)
μH ± 20%
0.47
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
10.0
15.0
22.0
33.0
47.0
0.40
1.02
1.59
2.29
3.58
4.60
7.02
9.95
15.30
21.80
33.70
46.40
MP2-R47-R
MP2-1R0-R
MP2-1R5-R
MP2-2R2-R
MP2-3R3-R
MP2-4R7-R
MP2-6R8-R
MP2-100-R
MP2-150-R
MP2-220-R
MP2-330-R
MP2-470-R
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 3900 per reel
Irms (2)
Amperes
(Typ.)
2.02
1.67
1.51
1.39
1.25
1.18
1.06
0.98
0.88
0.80
0.64
0.52
Isat (3)
Amperes
(Typ.)
3.40
2.10
1.70
1.40
1.10
1.00
0.80
0.68
0.54
0.45
0.37
0.31
DCR (4)
Ohms
(Max.)
0.075
0.103
0.118
0.130
0.156
0.180
0.202
0.240
0.300
0.360
0.556
0.833
Q (5)
(Typ.)
10
20
25
32
42
46
46
55
65
65
65
65
SRF
MHz
(Typ.)
300
160
155
150
140
130
110
100
60
45
35
28
4) Values @ 20° C
5) Measured @ 300KHz
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.250 Vrms, 0.0 Adc
2) RMS current, delta temp. of 40° C ambient temperature of 85° C
3) Peak current for approximately 30% roll-off
Mechanical Diagrams
5.88
yww
xxx
1.05
5.2 max.
7.50
max
1.8 max.
5.40
7.50
2.00
Dimensions in Millimeters.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
yww = Date Code
xxx = Inductance value per family chart
Inductance
Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
120
100
% of (OCL)
TOROID (MP2) MICRO-PAC™
MICRO-PAC™
Low Profile Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
80
60
40
20
0
0
40
80
120
160
% of Isat
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MICRO-PAC PLUS™
Low Profile Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Part
Number
MP2A-R47-R
MP2A-R68-R
MP2A-1R0-R
MP2A-1R5-R
MP2A-2R2-R
MP2A-3R3-R
MP2A-4R7-R
MP2A-6R8-R
MP2A-8R2-R
MP2A-100-R
MP2A-150-R
MP2A-220-R
MP2A-330-R
MP2A-470-R
MP2A-680-R
MP2A-820-R
MP2A-101-R
Inductance
μH
(rated)
0.47
0.68
1.00
1.50
2.20
3.30
4.70
6.80
8.20
10.00
15.00
22.00
33.00
47.00
68.00
82.00
100.00
OCL(1)
μH±20%
DCR(2)
typ.
Ω
0.024
0.027
0.067
0.073
0.086
0.098
0.117
0.136
0.167
0.179
0.217
0.311
0.476
0.727
1.108
1.463
2.015
0.47
0.68
1.21
1.54
2.30
3.21
4.86
6.85
8.54
10.02
15.18
21.40
32.74
46.48
68.53
81.15
99.65
Notes: (1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100 kHz, .25Vrms, 0.0Adc.
(2) DCR limits 20°C.
(3) RMS current for an approximate ΔT of 40°C without core loss. It is recommended that the temperature of the part not exceed 125°C.
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 3900 per reel
I RMS(3)
Amperes
I SAT(4)
Amperes
Volt(5)
μsec
3.52
3.31
2.11
2.02
1.87
1.75
1.60
1.49
1.34
1.29
1.18
0.98
0.79
0.64
0.52
0.45
0.39
5.80
4.83
3.63
3.22
2.64
2.23
1.81
1.53
1.54
1.42
1.16
0.97
0.79
0.66
0.54
0.50
0.45
1.20
1.27
2.00
2.09
2.26
2.42
2.64
2.84
3.15
3.26
3.59
4.30
5.32
6.57
8.11
9.32
10.94
TOROID (MP2A) MICRO-PAC PLUS™
Description
RoHS
• High performance, low profile, surface mount power 2002/95/EC
inductors with a molybdenum permalloy core
• Small footprint and closed magnetic field construction
ensure low EMI
• Low DCR and high efficiency
• Frequency range up to 500kHz
• MPP core material
Applications
• PC cards, cellular telephones, pagers, and disk drives
• GPS systems
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max for 10 seconds
max
(4) Peak current for approximately 30% rolloff at 20°C.
(5) Applied Volt-Time product (V-μS) across the inductor. This value represents the applied V-μS at 300KHz necessary to generate a core loss
equal to 10% of the total losses for 40°C temperature rise.
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
1
PCB PAD LAYOUT
SIDE VIEW
SCHEMATIC
1.05
5.88
YWW
XXX
7.5
MAX
5.2
MAX
1.8
MAX
1
5.40
7.50
2
2.00
2
Dimensions in Millimeters.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
yww = Date Code
xxx = Inductance value per family chart
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MICRO-PAC PLUS™
Low Profile Power Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
100%
90%
80%
% of OCL
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
0%
0%
10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 110% 120% 130% 140% 150% 160%
% of I sat
Core Loss
IRMS DERATING WITH CORE LOSS
0
20
40
50
60
80
200
0K
Hz
10
80
0K
40 Hz
0K
Hz
30
0K
Hz
20
0K
Hz
70
50
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
TOROID (MP2A) MICRO-PAC PLUS™
10%
90
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
10
20
30
40
50
60
100
300
400 500 600
800 1000
% of Applied Volt-μ-Seconds
Packaging Information for MICRO-PAC™ & MICRO-PAC™ PLUS
ACTUAL SIZE
MICRO-PAC PLUS
Ao=5.6mm
A1=2.3mm
Bo=8.5mm
B1=6.3mm
Ko=2.1mm
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
3,900 parts per reel.
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ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®
OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Power Inductors and Transformers
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 1100 (EP01, OPA1, and
OP01), 800 (EP02, OP02, OPA2, EP03, OPA3, and OP03),
and 600 (EP04, OPA4, and OP04) per reel
Legend
Marking
• CTX___-__ (First three digits CTX; Second 2-3 digits =
Inductance Value; Last 1-2 digits, product size & type)
Product Size/Type
• CTX___-1 (-1 = size; no suffix = OCTA-PAC®)
• CTX___-1P (-1 = size; P suffix = ECONO-PAC™)
• CTX___-1A (-1 = size; A suffix = OCTA-PAC® PLUS)
PARALLEL
Part
Number
CTX0.47-1P-R
CTX0.68-1P-R
CTX1-1P-R
CTX2-1P-R
CTX5-1P-R
CTX8-1P-R
CTX10-1P-R
CTX15-1P-R
CTX20-1P-R
CTX25-1P-R
CTX33-1P-R
CTX50-1P-R
CTX68-1P-R
CTX100-1P-R
CTX150-1P-R
CTX200-1P-R
CTX300-1P-R
CTX0.47-2P-R
CTX0.68-2P-R
CTX1-2P-R
CTX2-2P-R
CTX5-2P-R
CTX8-2P-R
CTX10-2P-R
CTX15-2P-R
CTX20-2P-R
CTX25-2P-R
CTX33-2P-R
CTX50-2P-R
CTX68-2P-R
CTX100-2P-R
CTX150-2P-R
CTX200-2P-R
CTX300-2P-R
Open Circuit
Inductance
μH +/-20%
.42
.60
1.07
2.02
4.83
8.08
9.62
15.03
20.46
25.40
32.33
50.52
68.40
99.01
150.72
198.41
299.87
.54
.85
1.22
2.18
4.90
7.65
9.83
14.99
19.58
24.79
32.67
49.10
68.85
99.14
148.10
201.59
300.42
Full Load
Inductance
μH min.
.31
.43
.73
1.36
3.37
5.31
6.23
9.62
14.12
17.07
22.27
33.57
43.65
63.64
96.64
130.79
190.05
.42
.64
.89
1.56
3.57
5.31
6.73
10.51
13.37
16.60
21.29
35.31
47.93
69.56
100.07
138.49
197.52
TOROID (ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®, OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Surface mount magnetics that can be used as single
or coupled inductors or 1:1 transformers that provide isolation between two windings
• OCTA-PAC’s are designed around high frequency, low loss
MPP core material
• ECONO-PAC’s are a lower cost version of OCTA-PAC’s offering high saturation flux density, Powder Iron core material
• OCTA-PAC PLUS’s offer higher current ratings and higher saturation flux densities than OCTA-PAC and ECONO-PAC,
Amorphous metal core material
• Secure 4 Terminal Mounting
• Inductor more versatile inductance combination by series or
parallel connections
Applications
• Computer and portable power devices
• LCD panels, DVD players
• Inductor: DC-DC converters
• Buck, boost, forward, and resonant converters
• Noise filtering and filter chokes
• Transformers: 1:1 300Vdc isolation, flyback, sepic
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C (range
is application specific).
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds max.
SERIES
Full Load
Current
Adc
DC
Resistance
ohms max.
5.50
5.10
4.50
3.40
2.00
1.80
1.70
1.40
1.00
.96
.80
.70
.66
.54
.44
.36
.32
5.90
5.40
5.00
3.90
2.50
2.30
2.10
1.60
1.50
1.40
1.30
.82
.76
.62
.56
.46
.42
.005
.006
.008
.013
.040
.052
.057
.087
.158
.177
.250
.316
.373
.557
.844
1.208
1.525
.006
.007
.008
.014
.032
.040
.045
.085
.097
.109
.126
.305
.362
.541
.665
.951
1.176
Open Circuit
Inductance
μH +/-20%
1.67
2.40
4.28
8.08
19.31
32.33
38.48
60.12
81.83
101.60
129.32
202.07
273.61
396.06
602.87
793.65
1199.46
2.18
3.40
4.90
8.70
19.58
30.60
39.30
59.98
78.34
99.14
130.70
196.38
275.40
396.58
592.42
806.34
1201.70
Full Load
Inductance
μH min.
Full Load
Current
Adc
DC
Resistance
ohms max.
1.25
1.74
2.92
5.44
13.47
21.23
24.94
38.47
56.47
68.29
89.06
134.27
174.61
254.55
386.56
523.16
760.19
1.69
2.55
3.57
6.26
14.26
21.23
26.92
42.02
53.48
66.38
85.17
141.24
191.71
278.22
400.27
553.97
790.08
2.75
2.55
2.25
1.70
1.00
.90
.85
.70
.50
.48
.40
.35
.33
.27
.22
.18
.16
2.95
2.70
2.50
1.95
1.25
1.15
1.05
.80
.75
.70
.65
.41
.38
.31
.28
.23
.21
.021
.025
.032
.054
.161
.207
.227
.348
.634
.708
1.001
1.263
1.490
2.227
3.376
4.831
6.100
.024
.029
.033
.055
.128
.158
.179
.339
.387
.436
.503
1.221
1.445
2.162
2.660
3.804
4.703
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ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®
OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Power Inductors and Transformers
PARALLEL
TOROID (ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®, OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Part
Number
CTX0.47-3P-R
CTX0.68-3P-R
CTX1-3P-R
CTX2-3P-R
CTX5-3P-R
CTX8-3P-R
CTX10-3P-R
CTX15-3P-R
CTX20-3P-R
CTX25-3P-R
CTX33-3P-R
CTX50-3P-R
CTX68-3P-R
CTX100-3P-R
CTX150-3P-R
CTX200-3P-R
CTX300-3P-R
CTX0.47-4P-R
CTX0.68-4P-R
CTX1-4P-R
CTX2-4P-R
CTX5-4P-R
CTX8-4P-R
CTX10-4P-R
CTX15-4P-R
CTX20-4P-R
CTX25-4P-R
CTX33-4P-R
CTX50-4P-R
CTX68-4P-R
CTX100-4P-R
CTX150-4P-R
CTX200-4P-R
CTX300-4P-R
CTX0.47-1-R
CTX0.68-1-R
CTX1-1-R
CTX2-1-R
CTX5-1-R
CTX8-1-R
CTX10-1-R
CTX15-1-R
CTX20-1-R
CTX25-1-R
CTX33-1-R
CTX50-1-R
CTX68-1-R
CTX100-1-R
CTX150-1-R
CTX200-1-R
CTX300-1-R
CTX0.47-2-R
CTX0.68-2-R
CTX1-2-R
CTX2-2-R
CTX5-2-R
CTX8-2-R
CTX10-2-R
CTX15-2-R
CTX20-2-R
CTX25-2-R
CTX33-2-R
CTX50-2-R
CTX68-2-R
CTX100-2-R
Open Circuit
Inductance
μH +/-20%
.46
.67
.91
1.85
4.74
8.16
9.79
14.50
20.15
25.33
32.63
50.02
68.84
101.31
149.85
200.10
298.39
.49
.76
1.10
1.95
5.15
7.81
9.88
14.76
20.62
25.65
33.21
48.80
67.37
99.09
149.45
200.11
298.93
.40
.63
.90
2.03
4.90
8.10
10.00
14.40
19.60
25.60
32.40
50.63
67.60
99.23
148.23
202.50
302.50
.42
.75
1.18
2.30
4.70
7.94
10.58
15.23
20.73
24.86
31.77
51.18
67.87
99.45
Full Load
Inductance
μH min.
.35
.50
.65
1.24
3.04
4.90
5.71
8.50
13.12
16.16
20.32
33.06
44.15
65.50
90.92
116.51
172.12
.37
.56
.81
1.42
3.56
5.15
6.70
9.52
13.44
17.17
22.93
32.21
43.04
69.54
101.46
131.37
188.03
.26
.41
.56
1.00
2.66
4.08
4.85
8.74
11.54
16.35
19.84
29.34
39.73
58.72
85.16
107.60
191.38
.29
.50
.76
1.27
2.66
4.18
5.18
8.53
12.36
16.09
15.90
28.79
38.71
57.45
SERIES
Full Load
Current
Adc
DC
Resistance
ohms max.
6.20
5.70
5.40
4.60
3.20
2.80
2.70
2.20
1.50
1.40
1.30
.92
.84
.68
.64
.60
.50
7.90
7.20
5.90
4.60
3.30
3.00
2.50
2.30
1.90
1.60
1.30
1.20
1.10
.72
.64
.60
.54
5.50
4.50
4.20
4.10
2.30
2.00
1.90
1.10
1.00
.74
.72
.64
.54
.44
.38
.37
.22
6.50
5.50
4.60
4.50
3.00
2.60
2.50
1.70
1.30
1.00
1.40
.92
.78
.63
.006
.007
.008
.011
.022
.030
.033
.050
.111
.125
.146
.277
.328
.501
.621
.731
.926
.005
.006
.008
.014
.027
.033
.047
.057
.084
.115
.166
.201
.238
.565
.696
.810
1.003
.005
.006
.007
.010
.030
.039
.044
.080
.146
.167
.293
.365
.516
.784
.965
1.142
1.431
.005
.006
.007
.010
.021
.027
.031
.059
.107
.117
.105
.210
.303
.457
Open Circuit
Inductance
μH +/-20%
1.85
2.66
3.63
7.40
18.94
32.63
39.15
58.02
80.59
101.31
130.54
200.10
275.35
405.22
599.40
800.38
1193.55
1.95
3.05
4.39
7.81
20.62
31.23
39.53
59.05
82.47
102.60
132.86
195.20
269.50
396.38
597.80
800.44
1195.72
1.60
2.50
3.60
8.10
19.60
32.40
40.00
57.60
78.40
102.40
129.60
202.50
270.40
396.90
592.90
810.00
1210.00
1.69
3.01
4.70
9.21
18.80
31.77
42.30
60.91
82.91
99.45
127.09
204.73
271.47
397.81
Full Load
Inductance
μH min.
Full Load
Current
Adc
DC
Resistance
ohms max.
1.42
1.98
2.62
4.97
12.15
19.60
22.85
34.01
52.48
64.66
81.30
132.24
176.61
262.02
363.68
466.03
688.50
1.49
2.24
3.24
5.69
14.23
20.61
26.79
38.09
53.76
68.68
91.72
128.83
172.16
278.15
405.83
525.47
752.13
1.05
1.63
2.24
4.01
10.64
16.34
19.40
34.96
46.15
65.42
79.37
117.38
158.92
234.88
340.64
430.39
765.54
1.17
1.98
3.04
5.07
10.65
16.72
20.72
34.10
49.46
64.35
63.59
115.16
154.83
229.79
3.10
2.85
2.70
2.30
1.60
1.40
1.35
1.10
.75
.70
.65
.46
.42
.34
.32
.30
.25
3.95
3.60
2.95
2.30
1.65
1.50
1.25
1.15
.95
.80
.65
.60
.55
.36
.32
.30
.27
2.75
2.25
2.10
2.05
1.15
1.00
.95
.55
.50
.37
.36
.32
.27
.22
.19
.19
.11
3.25
2.75
2.30
2.25
1.50
1.30
1.25
.85
.65
.50
.70
.46
.39
.32
.025
.028
.032
.045
.090
.119
.131
.198
.443
.499
.571
1.108
1.312
2.005
2.483
2.925
3.702
.019
.023
.033
.055
.107
.131
.187
.228
.337
.461
.662
.805
.952
2.259
2.784
3.240
4.011
.020
.024
.028
.040
.122
.157
.176
.319
.583
.668
1.171
1.461
2.064
3.137
3.861
4.567
5.724
.019
.024
.028
.038
.084
.108
.125
.236
.426
.466
.420
.839
1.214
1.828
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ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®
OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Power Inductors and Transformers
PARALLEL
Part
Number
147.39
198.58
300.80
.38
.60
.86
1.94
4.70
7.78
9.60
15.00
20.18
24.58
32.86
50.78
67.42
101.40
149.78
198.74
301.06
.44
.78
1.23
1.76
4.90
8.28
9.60
14.16
19.60
25.92
33.12
50.18
67.08
99.23
148.23
200.70
298.12
Full Load
Inductance
μH min.
93.46
122.94
169.06
.27
.42
.57
1.05
2.56
3.74
4.38
7.26
10.76
15.64
19.69
27.18
36.53
52.48
97.16
119.18
157.44
.32
.55
.85
1.06
2.59
4.29
4.82
6.76
10.68
13.32
16.82
25.03
35.29
54.56
77.17
111.08
147.92
Full Load
Current
Adc
DC
Resistance
ohms max.
.43
.39
.38
6.00
5.00
4.80
4.70
3.00
2.80
2.70
2.00
1.50
.98
.96
.94
.80
.70
.38
.39
.40
7.00
6.00
5.00
4.90
4.40
3.50
3.40
3.00
2.10
2.00
1.80
1.50
1.20
.92
.82
.64
.62
.560
.796
1.231
.005
.006
.007
.010
.019
.025
.028
.043
.078
.086
.083
.239
.277
.345
.430
.619
.951
.004
.005
.006
.007
.014
.018
.019
.024
.055
.063
.072
.111
.157
.302
.372
.545
.672
Open Circuit
Inductance
μH +/-20%
589.57
794.30
1203.20
1.54
2.40
3.46
7.78
18.82
31.10
38.40
60.00
80.74
98.30
131.42
203.14
269.66
405.60
599.14
794.98
1204.22
1.76
3.14
4.90
7.06
19.60
33.12
38.42
56.64
78.40
103.68
132.50
200.70
268.32
396.90
592.90
802.82
1192.46
Full Load
Inductance
μH min.
Full Load
Current
Adc
DC
Resistance
ohms max.
373.84
491.76
676.24
1.08
1.67
2.28
4.22
10.26
14.98
17.54
29.06
43.04
62.56
78.77
108.71
146.11
209.93
388.63
476.71
629.75
1.29
2.21
3.41
4.24
10.37
17.14
19.28
27.03
42.73
53.27
67.27
100.11
141.15
218.25
308.69
444.32
591.66
.22
.20
.19
3.00
2.50
2.40
2.35
1.50
1.40
1.35
1.00
.75
.49
.48
.47
.40
.35
.19
.20
.20
3.50
3.00
2.50
2.45
2.20
1.75
1.70
1.50
1.05
1.00
.90
.75
.60
.46
.41
.32
.31
2.241
3.184
4.929
.020
.024
.028
.040
.077
.099
.111
.172
.312
.346
.331
.956
1.109
1.381
1.718
2.475
3.083
.016
.020
.024
.028
.056
.072
.078
.096
.220
.253
.287
.443
.630
1.210
1.488
2.180
2.687
TOROID (ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®, OCTA-PAC® PLUS
CTX150-2-R
CTX200-2-R
CTX300-2-R
CTX0.47-3-R
CTX0.68-3-R
CTX1-3-R
CTX2-3-R
CTX5-3-R
CTX8-3-R
CTX10-3-R
CTX15-3-R
CTX20-3-R
CTX25-3-R
CTX33-3-R
CTX50-3-R
CTX68-3-R
CTX100-3-R
CTX150-3-R
CTX200-3-R
CTX300-3-R
CTX0.47-4-R
CTX0.68-4-R
CTX1-4-R
CTX2-4-R
CTX5-4-R
CTX8-4-R
CTX10-4-R
CTX15-4-R
CTX20-4-R
CTX25-4-R
CTX33-4-R
CTX50-4-R
CTX68-4-R
CTX100-4-R
CTX150-4-R
CTX200-4-R
CTX300-4-R
Open Circuit
Inductance
μH +/-20%
SERIES
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TOROID (ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®, OCTA-PAC® PLUS
ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®
OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Power Inductors and Transformers
Part Number
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
CTX0.33-1A-R
CTX0.68-1A-R
CTX1-1A-R
CTX2-1A-R
CTX5-1A-R
CTX8-1A-R
CTX10-1A-R
CTX15-1A-R
CTX20-1A-R
CTX25-1A-R
CTX33-1A-R
CTX50-1A-R
CTX68-1A-R
CTX100-1A-R
CTX150-1A-R
CTX200-1A-R
CTX300-1A-R
CTX0.33-2A-R
CTX0.68-2A-R
CTX1-2A-R
CTX2-2A-R
CTX5-2A-R
CTX8-2A-R
CTX10-2A-R
CTX15-2A-R
CTX20-2A-R
CTX25-2A-R
CTX33-2A-R
CTX50-2A-R
CTX68-2A-R
CTX100-2A-R
CTX150-2A-R
CTX200-2A-R
CTX300-2A-R
CTX0.33-3A-R
CTX0.68-3A-R
CTX1-3A-R
CTX2-3A-R
CTX5-3A-R
CTX8-3A-R
CTX10-3A-R
CTX15-3A-R
CTX20-3A-R
CTX25-3A-R
CTX33-3A-R
CTX50-3A-R
0.33
0.68
1.0
2.0
5.0
8.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
33.0
50.0
68.0
100.0
150.0
200.0
300.0
0.33
0.68
1.0
2.0
5.0
8.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
33.0
50.0
68.0
100.0
150.0
200.0
300.0
0.33
0.68
1.0
2.0
5.0
8.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
33.0
50.0
OCL (1)
nominal
+/-25%
(μH)
0.402
0.752
1.18
2.30
4.70
7.94
10.58
15.23
20.73
24.86
34.26
51.18
67.87
99.45
147.4
198.6
300.8
0.284
0.675
1.26
1.98
5.06
7.90
11.38
15.48
20.22
25.60
34.84
49.38
66.44
102.38
152.9
197.5
303.7
0.368
0.688
1.08
2.11
5.20
8.43
9.68
15.52
20.81
24.77
33.71
49.71
I sat. (2)
Amperes
Peak
12.5
9.4
7.5
5.36
3.75
2.88
2.5
2.08
1.79
1.63
1.39
1.14
0.99
0.82
0.67
0.58
0.47
18.8
12.5
9.38
7.50
4.69
3.75
3.13
2.68
2.34
2.08
1.79
1.50
1.29
1.04
0.85
0.75
0.60
15.0
11.3
9.0
6.43
4.09
3.21
3.00
2.37
2.05
1.88
1.61
1.32
Parallel Ratings
I rms. (3) DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
max.
@ 20°C.
10.0
9.0
7.26
5.64
4.27
3.37
2.84
2.07
1.71
1.46
1.22
0.99
0.92
0.74
0.67
0.62
0.56
10.9
9.4
8.22
6.74
4.34
3.50
2.89
2.69
2.24
1.89
1.56
1.28
1.07
0.75
0.68
0.64
0.58
11.4
9.3
8.38
7.26
5.24
4.23
3.64
3.25
2.43
2.34
1.93
1.56
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.250 Vrms, 0.0 Adc
Parallel: (1,4 - 3,2) Series: (1 - 3) tie (2 - 4)
2) Peak current for approximately 30% roll-off
3) RMS current, delta temp. of 40° C ambient temperature of 85° C
4) DCR @ 20°C
0.0037
0.0046
0.0070
0.012
0.020
0.033
0.046
0.087
0.127
0.173
0.249
0.381
0.437
0.686
0.832
0.963
1.181
0.0033
0.0045
0.0058
0.0090
0.021
0.032
0.047
0.054
0.078
0.111
0.162
0.240
0.342
0.695
0.842
0.950
1.174
0.0032
0.0048
0.0059
0.0079
0.015
0.023
0.032
0.039
0.071
0.076
0.112
0.171
Volt (7)
μ-Sec
.93
1.24
1.55
2.17
3.11
4.04
4.66
5.59
6.52
7.14
8.39
10.3
11.8
14.3
17.4
20.2
24.9
.85
1.28
1.71
2.14
3.42
4.27
5.13
5.98
6.84
7.69
8.97
10.7
12.4
15.4
18.8
21.4
26.5
0.97
1.29
1.61
2.26
3.54
4.51
4.83
6.12
7.09
7.73
9.02
11.0
OCL (1)
nominal
+/-25%
(μH)
1.61
3.01
4.70
9.21
18.8
31.77
42.30
60.91
82.91
99.45
137.1
204.7
271.5
397.8
589.6
794.3
1203
1.14
2.70
5.06
7.90
20.22
31.60
45.50
61.94
80.90
102.38
139.4
197.5
265.8
409.5
611.8
790.0
1215
1.47
2.75
4.20
8.43
20.81
33.77
38.70
62.09
83.25
99.07
134.8
198.8
I sat. (2)
Amperes
Peak
6.25
4.69
3.75
2.68
1.88
1.44
1.25
1.04
0.89
0.82
0.69
0.57
0.49
0.41
0.33
0.29
0.23
9.38
6.25
4.69
3.75
2.34
1.88
1.56
1.34
1.17
1.04
0.89
0.75
0.65
0.52
0.43
0.38
0.30
7.50
5.63
4.50
3.21
2.05
1.61
1.50
1.18
1.02
0.94
0.80
0.66
Series Ratings
I rms. (3) DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
max.
@ 20°C.
4.98
4.48
3.63
2.82
2.13
1.69
1.42
1.03
0.86
0.73
0.61
0.49
0.46
0.37
0.33
0.31
0.28
5.47
4.68
4.11
3.37
2.17
1.75
1.45
1.35
1.12
0.94
0.78
0.64
0.54
0.38
0.34
0.32
0.29
5.72
4.64
4.19
3.63
2.62
2.12
1.82
1.63
1.22
1.17
0.96
0.78
0.015
0.0185
0.0282
0.0470
0.082
0.130
0.183
0.348
0.507
0.693
0.995
1.524
1.749
2.745
3.329
3.854
4.726
0.0132
0.0180
0.0233
0.035
0.084
0.129
0.188
0.218
0.313
0.443
0.649
0.961
1.367
2.778
3.366
3.800
4.697
0.0128
0.0194
0.0238
0.0317
0.061
0.093
0.126
0.158
0.282
0.306
0.449
0.686
Volt (7)
μ-Sec
1.86
2.49
3.11
4.35
6.21
8.08
9.32
11.2
13.0
14.3
16.8
20.5
23.6
28.6
34.8
40.4
49.7
1.71
2.56
3.42
4.27
6.84
8.55
10.3
12.0
13.7
15.4
17.9
21.4
24.8
30.8
37.6
42.7
53.0
1.93
2.58
3.22
4.51
7.09
9.02
9.67
12.2
14.2
15.5
18.0
21.9
5) Hipot rating: winding to winding: 300Vdc min.
6) Turns Ratio: (1-2):(4-3) 1:1
7) Applied volt-time product (v-us) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-us at 300KHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for a 40°C temperature rise.
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ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®
OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Power Inductors and Transformers
Rated
Inductance
(μH)
CTX68-3A-R
CTX100-3A-R
CTX150-3A-R
CTX200-3A-R
CTX300-3A-R
CTX0.33-4A-R
CTX0.68-4A-R
CTX1-4A-R
CTX2-4A-R
CTX5-4A-R
CTX8-4A-R
CTX10-4A-R
CTX15-4A-R
CTX20-4A-R
CTX25-4A-R
CTX33-4A-R
CTX50-4A-R
CTX68-4A-R
CTX100-4A-R
CTX150-4A-R
CTX200-4A-R
CTX300-4A-R
68.0
100.0
150.0
200.0
300.0
0.33
0.68
1.0
2.0
5.0
8.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
33.0
50.0
68.0
100.0
150.0
200.0
300.0
OCL (1)
nominal
+/-25%
(μH)
68.80
99.07
149.7
198.8
296.2
0.313
0.744
1.39
2.18
4.26
8.70
10.53
14.70
19.58
25.14
34.80
50.11
68.21
100.57
153.5
200.4
302.8
I sat. (2)
Amperes
Peak
1.13
0.94
0.76
0.66
0.54
22.5
15.0
11.25
9.00
6.43
4.50
4.09
3.46
3.00
2.65
2.25
1.88
1.61
1.32
1.07
0.94
0.76
Parallel Ratings
I rms. (3) DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
max.
@ 20°C.
1.28
1.05
0.86
0.71
0.56
12.2
10.6
9.23
8.38
7.21
5.49
4.67
3.87
3.62
3.02
2.49
2.05
1.70
1.37
1.10
0.92
0.75
1) Open Circuit Inductance Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.250 Vrms, 0.0 Adc
Parallel: (1,4 - 3,2) Series: (1 - 3) tie (2 - 4)
2) Peak current for approximately 30% roll-off
3) RMS current, delta temp. of 40° C ambient temperature of 85° C
4) DCR @ 20°C
0.253
0.379
0.571
0.829
1.309
0.0030
0.0040
0.0052
0.0063
0.0085
0.015
0.020
0.029
0.034
0.048
0.071
0.104
0.153
0.235
0.365
0.521
0.787
Volt (7)
μ-Sec
12.9
15.5
19.0
21.9
26.7
0.98
1.47
1.96
2.45
3.44
4.91
5.40
6.38
7.36
8.34
9.81
11.8
13.7
16.7
20.6
23.6
29.0
OCL (1)
nominal
+/-25%
(μH)
275.2
396.3
598.7
795.3
1185
1.25
2.98
5.57
8.70
17.05
34.80
42.11
58.81
78.30
100.51
139.2
200.4
272.8
402.3
613.9
801.8
1211
I sat. (2)
Amperes
Peak
0.56
0.47
0.38
0.33
0.27
11.25
7.50
5.63
4.50
3.21
2.25
2.05
1.73
1.50
1.32
1.13
0.94
0.80
0.66
0.54
0.47
0.38
Series Ratings
I rms. (3) DCR Ω (4)
Amperes
max.
@ 20°C.
0.64
0.53
0.43
0.35
0.28
6.09
5.28
4.62
4.19
3.61
2.74
2.33
1.94
1.81
1.51
1.25
1.03
0.85
0.69
0.55
0.46
0.37
1.013
1.514
2.283
3.315
5.236
0.0119
0.0158
0.0207
0.0251
0.0339
0.059
0.081
0.117
0.135
0.193
0.283
0.418
0.612
0.939
1.462
2.085
3.148
Volt (7)
μ-Sec
25.8
30.9
38.0
43.8
53.5
1.96
2.94
3.93
4.91
6.87
9.81
10.8
12.8
14.7
16.7
19.6
23.6
27.5
33.4
41.2
47.1
57.9
TOROID (ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®, OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Part Number
5) Hipot rating: winding to winding: 300Vdc min.
6) Turns Ratio: (1-2):(4-3) 1:1
7) Applied volt-time product (v-us) across the inductor. This value represents the
applied V-us at 300KHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the
total losses for a 40°C temperature rise.
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ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®
OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Power Inductors and Transformers
Mechanical Diagrams
TOROID (ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®, OCTA-PAC® PLUS
CTX 1, 1P, 1A Series
CTX 2, 2P, 2A Series
CTX 3, 3P, 3A Series
CTX 4, 4P, 4A Series
Dimensions in Millimeters.
wwllyy = (date code) R = revision level
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ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®
OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Power Inductors and Transformers
Packaging Information
CTX 1, 1P, 1A Series
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
1,100 parts per reel.
CTX 2, 2P, 2A Series
Direction of Feed
➞
TOROID (ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®, OCTA-PAC® PLUS
➞
Direction of Feed
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
800 parts per reel.
CTX 3, 3P, 3A Series
Direction of Feed
➞
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
800 parts per reel.
CTX 4, 4P, 4A Series
Direction of Feed
➞
Parts packaged on 13" Diameter reel,
600 parts per reel.
Dimensions are in millimeters.
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ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®
OCTA-PAC® PLUS
Power Inductors and Transformers
Performance Characteristics
TEMPERATURE RISE VS. RATED CURRENT
Max. Ambient plus Rise = 125°C
140
ECONO-PAC
120
Degrees C
Percentage of
Inductance
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0.00
OCTA-PAC
100
ECONO-PAC & OCTA-PAC
80
60
40
20
0.25
0.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
1.50
1.75
2.00
2.25
0
0.00
2.50
0.25
0.50
Per Unit Full Load Current
+8
+6
+4
+2
+0
-2
-4
-6
-8
-10
-12
-14
+5
Percentage Change
in Inductance
1.25
1.50
1.75
2.00
2.25
2.50
• FREQUENCY RESPONSE:
Wide-band frequency response to 1 megaHertz.
• CURRENT LIMITATION:
The maximum allowable currents are defined by the internal
“hot-spot” temperatures which are limited to 130°C, including
ambient.
OCTA-PAC
-15
1.00
• INDUCTANCE VS. CURRENT:
Inductance will fall off as DC Current is increased.
(See Inductance vs. Current graph).
ECONO-PAC
-35
0.75
Per Unit Full Load Current
INDUCTANCE VS. TEMPERATURE
+25
+45
+65
+85
+105
+125
Temperature in Degrees C.
OCTA-PAC® PLUS Typical Inductance vs. DC Current
OCTA-PAC® PLUS Winding Loss Derating with Core Loss
100
50
40
30
20
10
70
Hz
0K
10
80
30
0K
Hz
20
0K
Hz
60
60
50
0K
Hz
70
40
50
Hz
80
20
1M
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
0
90
% of OCL
TOROID (ECONO-PAC™/OCTA-PAC®, OCTA-PAC® PLUS
INDUCTANCE VS. CURRENT
90
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
0
10
0
20
40
60
80
100
% of Isat
120
140
160
180
200
20
30
40
50
60
80
100
200
300
400 500 600
800 1000
% of Applied Volt-μ-Second Rating
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VERSA-PAC®
Inductors and Transformers
(Surface Mount)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Six winding, surface mount devices that
offer more than 500 usable inductor or
transformer configurations
• High power density and low profile
• Low radiated noise and tightly coupled windings
• Power range from 1 Watt – 70 Watts
• Frequency range to over 1MHz
• 500 VAC Isolation
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Inductors: buck, boost, coupled, choke, filter, resonant,
noise filtering, differential, forward, common mode
• Transformers: flyback, feed forward, push-pull, multiple
output, inverter, step-up, step-down, gate drive, base
drive, wide band, pulse, control, impedance, isolation,
bridging, ringer, converter, auto
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -55°C to 125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific). The internal “hot spot”
temperature defines the maximum allowable currents,
which are limited to 130°C, including ambient
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max for 10 seconds
max.
VPH1-1400-R(10)
VP1-1400-R(10)
VPH1-0190-R
VP1-0190-R
VPH1-0102-R
VP1-0102-R
VPH1-0076-R
VP1-0076-R
VPH1-0059-R
VP1-0059-R
VPH2-1600-R(10)
VP2-1600-R(10)
VPH2-0216-R
VP2-0216-R
VPH2-0116-R
VP2-0116-R
VPH2-0083-R
VP2-0083-R
VPH2-0066-R
VP2-0066-R
VPH3-0780-R(10)
VP3-0780-R(10)
VPH3-0138-R
VP3-0138-R
VPH3-0084-R
VP3-0084-R
VPH3-0055-R
VP3-0055-R
VPH3-0047-R
VP3-0047-R
L(BASE)
μH
(NOM)(2)
201.6 +/-30%
89.6 +/-30%
27.4 +/-20%
12.2 +/-20%
14.7 +/-20%
6.5 +/-20%
10.9 +/-20%
4.9 +/-20%
8.5 +/-20%
3.8 +/-20%
160 +/-30%
78.4 +/-30%
21.6 +/-20%
10.6 +/-20%
11.6 +/-20%
5.7 +/-20%
8.3 +/-20%
4.1 +/-20%
6.6 +/-20%
3.2 +/-20%
132 +/-30%
63.2 +/-30%
23.3 +/-20%
11.2 +/-20%
14.2 +/-20%
6.8 +/-20%
9.3 +/-20%
4.5 +/-20%
7.94 +/-20%
3.8 +/-20%
ISAT(BASE)
Amps
(TYP)(3)(4)
0.04
0.06
0.29
0.43
0.53
0.80
0.72
1.06
0.92
1.37
0.07
0.10
0.53
0.76
0.99
1.41
1.39
1.95
1.74
2.50
0.07
0.10
0.41
0.59
0.67
0.97
1.02
1.46
1.19
1.73
IRMS(BASE)
Amps
(TYP)(3)(5)
0.55
0.85
0.55
0.85
0.55
0.85
0.55
0.85
0.55
0.85
0.95
1.26
0.95
1.26
0.95
1.26
0.95
1.26
0.95
1.26
0.97
1.47
0.97
1.47
0.97
1.47
0.97
1.47
0.97
1.47
R(BASE)
Ohms
(MAX)(6)
0.344
0.145
0.344
0.145
0.344
0.145
0.344
0.145
0.344
0.145
0.159
0.090
0.159
0.090
0.159
0.090
0.159
0.090
0.159
0.090
0.14
0.061
0.14
0.061
0.14
0.061
0.14
0.061
0.14
0.061
Volt-μSEC(BASE) EPEAK(BASE)
μVs
μJ
(MAX)(7)
(TYP)(8)
32.9
0.11
21.8
0.11
32.9
0.77
21.8
0.77
32.9
1.45
21.8
1.45
32.9
1.92
21.8
1.92
32.9
2.48
21.8
2.48
48.3
0.29
33.7
0.29
48.3
2.11
33.7
2.11
48.3
3.94
33.7
3.94
48.3
5.47
33.7
5.47
48.3
7.01
33.7
7.01
39.8
0.24
27.7
0.24
39.8
1.36
27.7
1.36
39.8
2.23
27.7
2.23
39.8
3.38
27.7
3.38
39.8
4.00
27.7
4.00
Leakage
Inductance
(BASE) μH
(TYP)
0.212
0.096
0.212
0.096
0.212
0.096
0.212
0.096
0.212
0.096
0.165
0.083
0.165
0.083
0.165
0.083
0.165
0.083
0.165
0.083
0.125
0.058
0.125
0.058
0.125
0.058
0.125
0.058
0.125
0.058
Thermal
Resistance
°C/Watt
(TYP)(9)
60.7
60.7
60.7
60.7
60.7
60.7
60.7
60.7
60.7
60.7
44.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
43.4
43.4
43.4
43.4
43.4
43.4
43.4
43.4
43.4
43.4
TRANSFORMERS (VP1-5/VPH1-5) VERSA-PAC®
Part (1)
Number
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 600 (VP01),
300 (VP02), and 200 (VP03) per reel
• Supplied in bulk packaging (VP04 and VP05)
• VP04 & VP05 tape and reel packaging available.
Please contact factory for details.
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VERSA-PAC®
Inductors and Transformers
(Surface Mount)
Part (1)
Number
VPH4-0860-R(10)
VP4-0860-R(10)
VPH4-0140-R
VP4-0140-R
VPH4-0075-R
VP4-0075-R
VPH4-0060-R
VP4-0060-R
VPH4-0047-R
VP4-0047-R
VPH5-1200-R(10)
VP5-1200-R(10)
VPH5-0155-R
VP5-0155-R
VPH5-0083-R
VP5-0083-R
VPH5-0067-R
VP5-0067-R
VPH5-0053-R
VP5-0053-R
L(BASE)
μH
(NOM)(2)
159.65 +/-30%
87.0 +/-30%
23.7 +/-20%
11.3 +/-20%
12.7 +/-20%
6.1 +/-20%
10.1 +/-20%
4.9 +/-20%
7.94 +/-20%
3.8 +/-20%
173 +/-30%
76.8 +/-30%
22.3 +/-20%
9.9 +/-20%
12 +/-20%
5.3 +/-20%
9.65 +/-20%
4.3 +/-20%
7.63 +/-20%
3.4 +/-20%
ISAT(BASE)
Amps
(TYP)(3)(4)
0.11
0.15
0.65
0.95
1.21
1.75
1.52
2.18
1.94
2.81
0.14
0.20
1.05
1.60
1.96
2.95
2.43
3.63
3.07
4.59
IRMS(BASE)
Amps
(TYP)(3)(5)
1.41
1.70
1.41
1.70
1.41
1.70
1.41
1.70
1.41
1.70
1.70
2.08
1.70
2.08
1.70
2.08
1.70
2.08
1.70
2.08
R(BASE)
Ohms
(MAX)(6)
0.0828
0.057
0.0828
0.057
0.0828
0.057
0.0828
0.057
0.0828
0.057
0.0711
0.047
0.0711
0.047
0.0711
0.047
0.0711
0.047
0.0711
0.047
(1) The first three digits in the part number signify the size of the package. The next four digits specify the AL, or nanoHenries per turn
squared.
(2) L = Nominal Inductance of a single winding.
(3) I is the lessor of I ( ) and I ( ).
(4) Peak current that will result in 30% saturation of the core. This current value assumes that equal current flows in all six windings. For
applications in which all windings are not simultaneously driven (i.e.
flyback, SEPIC, Cuk, etc.), the saturation current per winding may
be calculated as follows:
TRANSFORMERS (VP1-5/VPH1-5) VERSA-PAC®
SAT BASE
ISAT
2
EnergySERIES = S x
2
RMS BASE
=
6 x ISAT(BASE)
Number of Windings Driven
(5) RMS Current that results in a surface temperature of approximately
40°C above ambient. The 40°C rise occurs when the specified current flows through each of the six windings.
(6) Maximum DC Resistance of each winding.
(7) For multiple windings in series, the volt-μsecond (μVs)
capability varies as the number of windings in series (S):
TOTAL
Thermal
Resistance
°C/Watt
(TYP)(9)
39.4
39.4
39.4
39.4
39.4
39.4
39.4
39.4
39.4
39.4
30.3
30.3
30.3
30.3
30.3
30.3
30.3
30.3
30.3
30.3
(8) Maximum Energy capability of each winding. This is based on 30%
saturation of the core:
BASE
BASE
Leakage
Inductance
(BASE) μH
(TYP)
0.156
0.075
0.156
0.075
0.156
0.075
0.156
0.075
0.156
0.075
0.235
0.105
0.235
0.105
0.235
0.105
0.235
0.105
0.235
0.105
Volt-μSEC(BASE) EPEAK(BASE)
μVs
μJ
(MAX)(7)
(TYP)(8)
64.6
0.57
44.7
0.57
64.6
3.54
44.7
3.54
64.6
6.55
44.7
6.55
64.6
8.16
44.7
8.16
64.6
10.52
44.7
10.52
98.4
1.11
65.6
1.11
98.4
8.83
65.6
8.83
98.4
16.07
65.6
16.07
98.4
19.83
65.6
19.83
98.4
25.10
65.6
25.10
EnergyPARALLEL = P x
1
2
x
2
1
2
0.7LBASE x I SAT(BASE)
2
x
0.7LBASE x I SAT(BASE)
For multiple windings, the energy capability varies as the square of
the number of windings. For example, six windings (either parallel
or series) can store 36 times more energy than one winding.
(9) Thermal Resistance is the approximate surface temperature rise
per Watt of heat loss under still-air conditions. Heat loss is a combination of core loss and wire loss. The number assumes the underlying PCB copper area equals 150% of the component area.
(10) These devices are designed for feed-forward applications, where
load current dominates magnitizing current.
Volt-μsecTOTAL = S x Volt-μsec(BASE)
For multiple windings in parallel, the volt-μsecond
is as shown in the table above.
TOTAL
(μVs) capability
VERSA-PAC temperature rise depends on total power losses and
size. Any other PCM configurations other than those suggested
could run hotter than acceptable.
Certain topologies or applications must be analyzed for needed
requirements and matched with the best VERSA-PAC size and configuration. Proper consideration must be used with all parameters,
especially those associated with current rating, energy storage, or
maximum volt-seconds.
VERSA-PAC should not be used in off-line or safety related applications. The breakdown voltage from one winding to any other winding is 500 VAC maximum.
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VERSA-PAC®
Inductors and Transformers
(Surface Mount)
Mechanical Diagrams
VP1 and VPH1
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
WHITE DOT
PIN #1
1
M
12
1
VPH_-_ _ _ _
D
(12 PLCS)
N
LOGO (OPTIONAL)
A
J
6
K
(12PLCS)
P
(10PLCS)
12
NOTES
COMPONENT
SIDE
0
(10PLCS)
7
6
B
C
L
(12PLCS)
1) Tolerances A - I are ± 0.25 mm
unless specified otherwise.
2) Tolerances J - P are +/- 0.1 mm
unless specified otherwise.
3) Marking as shown
a) Dot for pin #1 identification
b) On top of unit: -- VPHx-xxx
(product code, size,
4 digit part number per family
table.)
c) On top of unit: Versa Pac
Logo (optional)
d) On bottom of unit: wwllyy =
(date code) R = (revision
level)
4) All soldering surfaces must be
coplanar within 0.102 mm.
7
4
10
1
5
7
11
2
6
8
12
FRONT VIEW
E
F
I
(12 PLCS)
G
(2 PLCS)
H
3
WWLLYY R
B
mm
ref
9.2
C
mm
max
13.0
D
mm
ref
0.7
E
mm
ref
5.9
F
mm
max
6.2
G
mm
ref
1.5
H
mm
ref
0.1
I
mm
ref
0.25
J
mm
ref
11.5
K
mm
L
mm
1.5
2.25
M
mm
ref
9.7
N
mm
max
14.2
O
mm
P
mm
2.0
0.5
VP2 and VPH2
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
TOP VIEW
WHITE DOT
PIN #1
1
M
12
1
VPH_-_ _ _ _
D
(12 PLCS)
N
LOGO (OPTIONAL)
A
J
6
K
(12PLCS)
P
(10PLCS)
12
NOTES
COMPONENT
SIDE
0
(10PLCS)
7
6
B
C
L
(12PLCS)
1) Tolerances A - I are ± 0.25 mm
unless specified otherwise.
2) Tolerances J - P are +/- 0.1 mm
unless specified otherwise.
3) Marking as shown
a) Dot for pin #1 identification
b) On top of unit: -- VPHx-xxx
(product code, size,
4 digit part number per family
table.)
c) On top of unit: Versa Pac
Logo (optional)
d) On bottom of unit: wwllyy =
(date code) R = (revision
level)
4) All soldering surfaces must be
coplanar within 0.102 mm.
7
4
10
1
5
7
11
2
6
8
12
FRONT VIEW
E
F
I
(12 PLCS)
G
(2 PLCS)
H
3
WWLLYY R
VP2 and VPH2
A
mm
max
16.3
B
mm
ref
12.0
C
mm
max
16.8
D
mm
ref
0.7
E
mm
ref
6.7
F
mm
max
7.8
G
mm
ref
2.0
H
mm
ref
0.1
TRANSFORMERS (VP1-5/VPH1-5) VERSA-PAC®
VP1 and VPH1
A
mm
max
12.9
9
1:1:1:1:1:1
9
1:1:1:1:1:1
I
mm
ref
0.30
J
mm
ref
14.25
K
mm
L
mm
1.75
2.5
M
mm
ref
13.0
N
mm
max
18.0
O
mm
P
mm
2.5
0.75
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VERSA-PAC®
Inductors and Transformers
(Surface Mount)
Mechanical Diagrams
VP3 and VPH3
TOP VIEW
WHITE DOT
PIN #1
D
(12 PLCS)
M
L
1
12
1
I
VPH_-_ _ _ _
12
COMPONENT
SIDE
A
LOGO
(OPTIONAL)
6
J
(12PLCS)
O
(10PLCS)
N
(10PLCS)
6
7
NOTES
K (12PLCS)
1) Tolerances A - I are ± 0.25 mm
unless specified otherwise.
2) Tolerances J - P are +/- 0.1 mm
unless specified otherwise.
3) Marking as shown
a) Dot for pin #1 identification
b) On top of unit: -- VPHx-xxx
(product code, size,
4 digit part number per family
table.)
c) On top of unit: Versa Pac
Logo (optional)
d) On bottom of unit: wwllyy =
(date code) R = (revision
level)
4) All soldering surfaces must be
coplanar within 0.102 mm.
7
1
4
12
2
9
5
11
3
8
6
B
C
FRONT VIEW
E
H
(12 PLCS)
G
(12 PLCS)
F (2 PLCS)
7
10
TRANSFORMERS (VP1-5/VPH1-5) VERSA-PAC®
1:1:1:1:1:1
A
mm
max
VP3 and VPH3 17.1
B
mm
ref
16.0
C
mm
max
22.3
D
mm
ref
0.7
E
mm
max
8.4
F
mm
ref
3.0
G
mm
ref
0.1
H
mm
ref
0.4
I
J
mm mm
ref
14.49 1.79
K
mm
L
M
mm mm
ref
max
3.43 16.88 23.74
N
mm
O
mm
2.54
0.75
VP4 and VPH4
WHITE DOT
PIN #1
D
(12 PLCS)
M
L
TOP VIEW
1
12
1
I
VPH_-_ _ _ _
COMPONENT
SIDE
A
LOGO
(OPTIONAL)
6
J
(12PLCS)
O
(10PLCS)
12
6
N
(10PLCS)
7
NOTES
K (12PLCS)
1) Tolerances A - I are ± 0.25 mm
unless specified otherwise.
2) Tolerances J - P are +/- 0.1 mm
unless specified otherwise.
3) Marking as shown
a) Dot for pin #1 identification
b) On top of unit: -- VPHx-xxx
(product code, size,
4 digit part number per family
table.)
c) On top of unit: Versa Pac
Logo (optional)
d) On bottom of unit: wwllyy =
(date code) R = (revision
level)
4) All soldering surfaces must be
coplanar within 0.102 mm.
7
1
4
12
2
9
5
11
3
8
6
B
C
FRONT VIEW
E
H
(12 PLCS)
G
(12 PLCS)
F (2 PLCS)
7
10
1:1:1:1:1:1
A
mm
max
VP4 and VPH4 18.0
B
mm
ref
18.0
C
mm
max
24.6
D
mm
ref
0.7
E
mm
max
10.0
F
mm
ref
3.3
G
mm
ref
0.1
H
mm
ref
0.4
I
J
mm mm
ref
14.25 1.75
K
mm
L
M
mm mm
ref
max
3.43 19.14 26.0
N
mm
O
mm
2.5
0.75
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VERSA-PAC®
Inductors and Transformers
(Surface Mount)
Mechanical Diagrams
VP5 and VPH5
TOP VIEW
WHITE DOT
PIN #1
D
(12 PLCS)
M
L
1
12
1
I
VPH_-_ _ _ _
COMPONENT
SIDE
A
LOGO
(OPTIONAL)
6
J
(12PLCS)
O
(10PLCS)
12
6
N
(10PLCS)
7
K (12PLCS)
NOTES
7
1
4
12
2
9
5
11
3
8
6
1) Tolerances A - I are ± 0.25 mm
unless specified otherwise.
2) Tolerances J - P are +/- 0.1 mm
unless specified otherwise.
3) Marking as shown
a) Dot for pin #1 identification
b) On top of unit: -- VPHx-xxx
(product code, size,
4 digit part number per family
table.)
c) On top of unit: Versa Pac
Logo (optional)
d) On bottom of unit: wwllyy =
(date code) R = (revision
level)
4) All soldering surfaces must be
coplanar within 0.102 mm.
B
C
FRONT VIEW
E
H
(12 PLCS)
G
(12 PLCS)
F (2 PLCS)
7
10
1:1:1:1:1:1
B
mm
ref
21.0
C
mm
max
28.5
D
mm
ref
0.7
E
mm
max
10.8
F
mm
ref
2.95
G
mm
ref
0.1
H
mm
ref
0.4
I
J
mm mm
ref
17.25 2.25
K
mm
3.15
L
mm
ref
22.7
M
mm
max
29.0
N
mm
O
mm
3.0
0.75
TRANSFORMERS (VP1-5/VPH1-5) VERSA-PAC®
A
mm
max
VP5 and VPH5 21.0
Inductance Characteristics
OCL vs. Isat
100.0%
90.0%
80.0%
% of OCL
70.0%
60.0%
50.0%
40.0%
30.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
0.0%
20.0%
40.0%
60.0%
80.0%
100.0%
120.0%
140.0%
160.0%
180.0%
200.0%
% of Isat
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VERSA-PAC®
Inductors and Transformers
(Surface Mount)
HOW TO USE MULTIPLE WINDINGS
Discrete inductors combine like resistors, when connected in series or parallel. For example, inductors in series add and
inductors in parallel reduce in a way similar to Ohm’s Law.
LSeries = L1 + L2 + L3...Ln
LParallel = 1/ [1/L1 + 1/ L2 + 1/ L3....1/Ln]
Windings on the same magnetic core behave differently. Two windings in series result in four times the inductance of a
single winding. This is because the inductance varies proportionately to the square of the turns.
Paralleled VERSA-PAC windings result in no change to the net inductance because the total number of turns remains
unchanged; only the effective wire size becomes larger. Two parallel windings result in approximately twice the current
carrying capability of a single winding. The net inductance of a given PCM configuration is based on the number of
windings in series squared multiplied by the inductance of a single winding (L ). The current rating of a PCM configuration
is derived by multiplying the maximum current rating of one winding (I ) by the number of windings in parallel. Examples of
simple two-winding devices are shown below:
BASE
BASE
Series Connected (2 Windings)
Parallel Connected (2 Windings)
10μH
1 Amp
10μH
1 Amp
10μH
1 Amp
TRANSFORMERS (VP1-5/VPH1-5) VERSA-PAC®
10μH
1 Amp
2
LTOTAL = LBASE x S IMAX = IBASE x P
= 10 μH x 2
= 1 Amp x 1
= 40 μH
= 1 Amp
L
2
2
TOTAL
= LBASE x S IMAX = IBASE x P
= 10 μH x 1
= 1 Amp x 2
= 10 μH
= 2 Amps
2
Where:
LBASE =
Inductance of a single winding
P = Number of windings in parallel (use 1 with all windings in series)
S = Number of windings in series
IBASE =
Maximum current rating of one winding
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VERSA-PAC®
Inductors and Transformers
(Surface Mount)
HOW TO PIN-CONFIGURE VERSA-PAC
®
Each VERSA-PAC can be configured in a variety of ways by simply connecting pins together on the Printed Circuit Board
(PCB). As shown below, the connections on the PCB are equal to the pin configuration statement shown at the bottom of the
schematic symbol. Connecting a number of windings in parallel will increase the current carrying capability, while connecting
in series will multiply the inductance. Each VERSA-PAC part can be configured in at least 6 combinations for inductor use or
configured in at least 15 turns ratios for transformer applications. Given 25 VERSA-PAC part numbers, this allows for at least
500 magnetic configurations. The PCM configurations can either be created by the designer or simply chosen from the
existing PCM diagrams. The following inductor example shows 6 windings in series, which result in an inductance of 36 times
the base inductance and 1 times the base current.
INDUCTOR EXAMPLE
FOR SIZES VP3, VP4 AND VP5
LTOTAL = 36 x LBASE
1
4
12
9
2
11
5
8
3
6
10
7
Component View
= 36 times the base
Inductance from Data Table.
1
12
6
7
1
7
PIN CONFIGURATIONS
(2,12)(3,11)(4,10)(5,9)(6,8)
TRANSFORMER EXAMPLE
FOR SIZES VP3, VP4 AND VP5
1:5
1
4
12
9
2
11
5
8
3
6
10
7
1
12
6
7
LPRIMARY = 1 x LBASE
1
2
IPRI = 1 x IBASE
ISEC = 1 x IBASE
12
TRANSFORMERS (VP1-5/VPH1-5) VERSA-PAC®
Each VERSA-PAC may be used in at least 15 transformer applications. More than 375 transformer combinations may be
achieved using the available 25 VERSA-PAC parts.
7
PIN CONFIGURATIONS
(3,11)(4,10)(5,9)(6,8)
The PCM configurations may be selected from the examples on the following pages or created by the designer. Six PCM
inductor and fifteen PCM transformer configurations and equivalent circuit schematics are shown. The printed circuit board
layout in each example illustrates the connections to obtain the desired inductance or turns ratio. The examples may be
used by the PCB designer to configure VERSA-PAC as desired.
To assist the designer, VERSA-PAC phasing, coupling and thermal issues have been considered in each of the PCM
configurations illustrated. Additionally, the inductance and current ratings, as a function of the respective base values from
the following Data Tables, are shown in each PCM example. Turns ratios are also given for each PCM Transformer shown.
It is important to carefully select the proper VERSA-PAC part in order to minimize the component size without exceeding
the RMS current capability or saturating the core. The Data Tables indicate maximum ratings.
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VERSA-PAC®
Inductors and Transformers
(Surface Mount)
VERSA-PAC ® Performance Characteristics
Bipolar (Push-Pull) Power vs Frequency
Unipolar (Flyback) Power vs Frequency
40.0
70.0
35.0
60.0
30.0
VP 5
25.0
VP 5
40.0
Watts
Watts
50.0
30.0
20.0
VP 4
15.0
VP 4
20.0
VP 3
10.0
VP 3
VP 2
10.0
5.0
VP 2
VP 1
0.0
100
200
300
400
VP 1
0.0
100
500
200
300
400
500
Frequency, kHz
Frequency, kHz
TRANSFORMERS (VP1-5/VPH1-5) VERSA-PAC®
These curves represent typical power handling capability.
Indicated power levels may not be achievable with all configurations.
3.3V Buck Converter
5V to 3.3V Buck Converter With 5V Output
This circuit utilizes the gap of the VP5-0083 to handle the 12.5
Amp output current without saturating. In each of the five VERSAPAC sizes, the gap is varied to achieve a selection of specific
inductance and current values (see VERSA-PAC Data Table).
This circuit minimizes both board space and cost by eliminating a
second regulator. VERSA-PAC’s gap serves to prevent core
saturation during the switch on-time and also stores energy for the
+5V load which is delivered during the flyback interval. The +3.3V
buck winding is configured by placing two windings in series while
the +5V is generated by an additional flyback winding stacked on
the 3.3V output. Extra windings are paralleled with primary
windings to handle more current. The turns ratio of 2:1 adds 1.67V
to the +3.3V during the flyback interval to achieve +5V.
All six windings are connected in parallel to minimize AC/DC copper losses and to maximize heat dissipation. With VERSA-PAC,
this circuit works well at or above 300 KHz. Also, the closed fluxpath EFD geometry enables much lower radiation characteristics
than open-path bobbin core style components.
+V
VERSA-PAC
VP5-0083
+V
Synchronous
Controller
IC
1
2
3
4
5
6
12
11
10
9
8
7
RTN
1,2
Synchronous
Controller
IC
VERSA-PAC
VP5-0083
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1A
7
6
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12.5A
12,11
3,4,5
+
+
LEVEL SHIFT
10,9,8
RTN
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4.2A
+
LITHIUM-ION BATTERY TO 3.3V SEPIC CONVERTER
The voltage of a Lithium-Ion Battery varies above and below
+3.3V depending on the degree of charge. The SEPIC configuration takes advantage of VERSA-PAC’s multiple tightly coupled
windings. This results in lower ripple current which lowers noise
and core losses substantially. The circuit does not require a snubber to control the voltage “spike” associated with switch turn-off,
and is quite efficient due to lower RMS current in the windings.
VERSA-PAC
VP5-0083
12 11 10
4 5 6
+
+
Controller
IC
W/Integral
Switch
1 2 3
[email protected]
6A
9 8 7
+
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Power Over Ethernet (PoE)/PD
Configurable Transformer
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Versatile design allows multiple output variations
• Flyback topology, 250Khz switching frequency
• Input range from 29.5-60V
• 1500VAC isolation between primary and secondary
• Three power levels 4, 7, and 13watts
• Low leakage inductance
• 11.0 Volt @ 0.10 Amp Feedback Winding
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• For IEEE 802.3af-compliant Power over Ethernet applications
• UPS, VoiP Phone, Wireless LAN Access point,
Bluetooth Access point, Network Camera, Building
Access Systems
• Retail Point-of-information systems
• Vending/Gaming Machines
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
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(3)[email protected]
(2)[email protected]
DCR/
PRI
(ohms)
0.500
0.500
0.500
DCR/
SEC
(ohms)
0.07
0.27
0.740
Output
Leakage
Pri
Turn Ratio
Inductance Current Schematic 1: Pins pri(3-1):fb(5-6):v1(12-7):v2(11-8):v3(10-9)
e (uH) typ. Pk (Adc)
Schematic 2: Pins pri(3-1):fb(5-6):v1(12-10):v2(11-9)
2.75
0.65
1 : 0.52 : 0.16 : 0.16 : 0.16 +/-1%
2.50
0.65
1 : 0.52 : 0.26 : 0.26 : 0.26 +/-1%
1.40
0.65
1 : 0.52 : 0.60 : 0.60 +/-1%
Schematic
1
1
2
Dimensions
Size 1
Size 1
Size 1
PoE7W3x3.3-R
PoE7W3x5.0-R
PoE7W2x12-R
7
7
7
100
100
100
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(3)[email protected]
(2)[email protected]
0.275
0.275
0.275
0.03
0.095
0.250
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1 : 0.529 : 0.176 : 0.176 : 0.176 +/-1%
1 : 0.529 : 0.265 : 0.265 : 0.265 +/-1%
1 : 0.529 : 0.588 : 0.588 +/-1%
1
1
2
Size 1
Size 1
Size 1
PoE13W3x3.3-R
PoE13W3x5.0-R
PoE13W2x12-R
13
13
13
100
100
100
(3)[email protected]
(3)[email protected]
(2)[email protected]
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.032
0.075
0.280
1.50
1.20
1.00
1.60
1.60
1.70
1 : 0.529 : 0.176 : 0.176 : 0.176 +/-3%
1 : 0.529 : 0.265 : 0.265 : 0.265 +/-3%
1 : 0.529 : 0.647 : 0.647 +/-3%
1
1
2
Size 2
Size 2
Size 2
Turn Ratio
Schematic 2: Pins pri(3-1):fb(5-6):v1(12-10):v2(11-9)
Schematic 3: Pins pri(1-3):fb(5-6):v3(12-11):v2(8-7)
Schematic
Dimensions
Part Number
Inductance
Watts (uH)
PoE13W3VERS-R
13
100
PoE13W2VERS-R
13
100
Output
V1:[email protected],
V2:(1)[email protected],
V3:[email protected]
V1:[email protected],
V2:[email protected]
1) Test Parameters: 100kHz, 0.100 Vrms, 0.0Adc
2) DCR limits maximum @ 20°C
DCR/
DCR/
Leakage
Pri
PRI
SEC
Inductance Current
(ohms) V1/V2/V3 e (uH) typ. Pk (Adc)
0.250
0.025/0.0
42:0/085
1.00
1.70
1 : 0.529 : 0.350 : 0.176 : 0.088 +/-3%
3
Size 2
0.250
0.023/0.0
38/na
1.20
1.70
1 : 0.529 : 0.265 : 0.176 +/-3%
2
Size 2
TRANSFORMERS (PoE4W, 7W, 13W) FLYBACK
Part Number
PoE4W3x3.3-R
PoE4W3x5.0-R
PoE4W2x12-R
Inductance
Watts (uH)
4
200
4
200
4
200
Packaging
• Packaging Information: 4 and 7 Watts 200 parts
per 13" reel, 13 Watts 140 parts per 13" reel
3) Leakage Inductance 200kHz, 0.01Vrms, 0.0Adc
4) Feedback DCR 1.0 Ohms maximum @20°C
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Power Over Ethernet (PoE)/PD
Configurable Transformer
Mechanical Diagrams
TOP VIEW
FRONT VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
White Dot Pin #1
M
E
12
1
D
(12 plcs)
L
PoE
A
H
(12 plcs)
G
(12 plcs)
1
F
(2 plcs)
J
(12plcs)
Component Side
I
7
6
6
B
O
(10plcs)
12
N
(10plcs)
7
K
(12plcs)
C
DIMENSIONS
Size 1
Size 2
A
mm
max.
17.1
18.0
B
mm
ref.
16.0
18.0
C
mm
max.
22.3
24.6
D
mm
ref.
0.7
0.7
E
mm
max.
8.4
10.0
F
mm
ref.
3.0
3.3
G
mm
ref.
0.1
0.1
H
mm
ref.
0.4
0.4
I
mm
ref.
14.49
14.25
J
mm
1.79
1.75
K
mm
3.43
3.43
L
mm
ref.
16.88
19.14
M
mm
max.
23.74
26.0
N
mm
2.54
2.5
O
mm
0.75
0.75
1) Tolerances A - H are ± 0.25mm unless specified otherwise.
2) Tolerances I - O are ± 0.10mm unless specified otherwise
2) All soldering surfaces are coplaner to within ± 0.102mm.
Schematic Diagrams
TRANSFORMERS (PoE4W, 7W, 13W) FLYBACK
SCHEMATIC 1
SCHEMATIC 2
SCHEMATIC 3
Output
Output
Primary
Primary
Output
Primary
Output
Output
Feedback
Output
Feedback
Feedback
Output
Output
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Power Over Ethernet (PoE)/PD
Configurable Transformer
Mechanical Diagrams
PoE 4 and 7 Watt
PoE 13 Watt
TRANSFORMERS (PoE4W, 7W, 13W) FLYBACK
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Power Over Ethernet (PoE)/PD
Configurable Transformer
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Versatile design allows multiple output variations
• Forward topology, 300Khz switching frequency
• Input range from 29.5-60V
• 1500VAC isolation between primary and secondary
• Power 26watts
• Low leakage inductance
Applications
• For IEEE 802.3af-compliant Power over Ethernet applications
• UPS, VoiP Phone, Wireless LAN Access point,
Bluetooth Access point, Network Camera, Building
Access Systems
• Retail Point-of-information systems
• Vending/Gaming Machines
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for
10 seconds maximum
TRANSFORMERS (PoE26W) FORWARD
Primary
Induct.
Part Number
Watts
(uH)
Output
Bias
Sync
PoE26W3.3VS5-R 26
160
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PoE26W3.3VS10-R 26
160
(2)[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
PoE26W5V-R
26
160
(2)[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
Packaging
• Packaging information: 115 parts per 13" reel
DCR/
Pri
(ohms)
max
0.100
0.100
0.100
(1) Test parameters: 100kHz, 0.100Vrms, 0.0Adc
(2) DCR limits maximum @ 20°C
DCR/ DCR/ DCR/ Leakage Pri
Sec
Bias Sync Induct. Current Turns ratio pins Pri (2 - 4):
(ohms) (ohms) (ohms) (uh)
Pk
V1 (12 - 10): V2 (11 - 9):
max
max
max
typ. (Adc)
Bias (1 - 6): Sync (7 - 8)
0.025
0.90
0.42
1.0
2.6
1:0.29:0.29:0.83:0.42 +/-2%
0.025
0.90
0.90
1.0
2.6
1:0.29:0.29:0.83:0.83 +/-2%
0.050
0.90
0.42
1.0
2.6
1:0.42:0.42:0.83:0.42 +/-2%
(3) Leakage Inductance 300kHz, 0.01Vrms, 0.0Adc
Mechanical Diagram
SCHEMATIC
12
2
Primary
TOP VIEW
White Dot Pin #1
M
D
(12 plcs)
FRONT VIEW
12
1
L
1
PoE
A
J
(12plcs)
E
7
H
(12 plcs)
G
(12 plcs)
F
(2 plcs)
12
Component Side
I
6
Output
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
6
B
C
O
(10plcs)
N
(10plcs)
4
10
1
11
Bias
Output
7
K
(12plcs)
9
6
7
Sync
8
DIMENSIONS
A
mm
max.
21.5
B
mm
ref.
22.0
C
mm
max.
28.5
D
mm
ref.
0.7
E
mm
max.
10.8
F
mm
ref.
2.95
G
mm
ref.
0.1
H
mm
ref.
0.4
I
mm
ref.
17.25
J
mm
2.25
K
mm
3.15
L
mm
ref.
23.2
M
mm
max.
29.5
N
mm
3.0
O
mm
0.75
1) Tolerances A - H are ± 0.25mm unless specified otherwise.
2) Tolerances I - O are ± 0.10mm unless specified otherwise
2) All soldering surfaces are coplaner to within ± 0.102mm.
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Power Over Ethernet (PoE)/PD
Configurable Transformer
Packaging Information
TRANSFORMERS (PoE26W) FORWARD
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CCFL TRANSFORMERS
Cold Cathode Fluorescent
Lamp Inverter Transformers
TRANSFORMERS (CCFL)
Description
RoHS
• Transformers for use in CCFL power supplies, avail- 2002/95/EC
able in through-hole and surface mount
recess or gull wing versions, incorporating
floating or fixed secondary technology
• Supply output current up to 30 milli-Amps
• Frequency range from 40 to 80 KHz
• Deliver output power from 2.5 to 14 Watts
• Operate in royer and other topologies
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• CCFL power supplies
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: 0°C to +70°C
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Part
Schematic Pout
Number
Diagram Watts
2.5 WATT VERSIONS
CTX110652-R
A
2.5
CTX110655-R
B
2.5
CTX110657-R
B
2.5
CTX110659-R
B
2.5
CTX210652-R
A
2.5
CTX210655-R
B
2.5
CTX210657-R
B
2.5
CTX210659-R
B
2.5
4 WATT VERSIONS
CTX210403-R
C
4
CTX210407-R
C
4
CTX210409-R
C
4
CTX210411-R
C
4
CTX310403-R
C
4
CTX310407-R
C
4
CTX310409-R
C
4
CTX310411-R
C
4
6 WATT VERSIONS
CTX110600-R
D
6
CTX110603-R
C
6
CTX110605-R
C
6
CTX110607-R
C
6
CTX110609-R
C
6
CTX110611-R
C
6
CTX210600-R
D
6
CTX210603-R
C
6
CTX210605-R
C
6
CTX210607-R
C
6
CTX210609-R
C
6
CTX210611-R
C
6
14 Watt Versions
CTX410805-R
E
14
CTX410807-R
E
14
CTX410809-R
E
14
Inductances are nominal values
1
Lp
μH1
2
Packaging
• Supplied in bulk packaging
DCRp
DCRs
TR
Vpri
Vsec
Is Max
Vpri
Vsec
Mechanical PCB Pad
Ohms Max Ohms Max Ns/Np Volts Max2 Volts Max2 A rms Abnormal3 Abnormal3 Dimensions Layout
43
43
26
19
43
43
26
19
0.220
0.220
0.212
0.190
0.220
0.220
0.212
0.190
285
285
285
285
285
285
285
285
67
67
86
100
67
67
86
100
20
20
15
13
20
20
15
13
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
.005
.005
.005
.005
.005
.005
.005
.005
30
30
23
23
30
30
23
23
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
44
27
20
20
44
27
20
20
0.220
0.160
0.160
0.160
0.220
0.160
0.160
0.160
165
220
220
330
165
220
220
330
50
86
100
125
50
86
100
125
26
15
13
10
26
15
13
10
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
.007
.007
.007
.007
.007
.007
.007
.007
40
23
23
16
40
23
23
16
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
44
44
44
27
20
20
44
44
44
27
20
20
0.160
0.160
0.160
0.132
0.132
0.132
0.160
0.160
0.160
0.132
0.132
0.132
176
132
176
176
176
291
176
132
176
176
176
291
67
50
67
86
100
125
67
50
67
86
100
125
20
26
20
15
13
11
20
26
20
15
13
11
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
1340
.011
.011
.011
.011
.011
.011
.011
.011
.011
.011
.011
.011
30
40
30
23
23
16
30
40
30
23
23
16
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
E
E
E
E
E
E
F
F
F
F
F
F
E
E
E
E
E
E
C
C
C
C
C
C
24
16
16
0.030
0.024
0.024
262
272
314
67
86
100
20
15
13
1340
1340
1340
.030
.030
.030
30
23
23
2000
2000
2000
G
G
G
F
F
F
Continuous RMS Voltage
3
Maximum Instantaneous RMS Voltage
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CCFL TRANSFORMERS
Cold Cathode Fluorescent
Lamp Inverter Transformers
Mechanical Diagrams
2.5 Watt Versions
Pad Layout A
Mechanical B
Mechanical A
Pad Layout B
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
Schematic A
Schematic B
Dimensions are in millimeters
Mechanical C
Mechanical D
Pad Layout C
TRANSFORMERS (CCFL)
4 Watt Versions
Pad Layout D
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
Schematic C
Dimensions are in millimeters
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CCFL TRANSFORMERS
Cold Cathode Fluorescent
Lamp Inverter Transformers
Mechanical Diagrams
6 Watt Versions
Mechanical F
Mechanical E
Pad Layout E
Pad Layout C
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
Schematic D
Schematic C
TRANSFORMERS (CCFL)
Dimensions are in millimeters
14 Watt Versions
Schematic E
Mechanical G
Pad Layout F
BOTTOM VIEW
Dimensions are in millimeters
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STANDARD GEOMETRIES
Low Cost Magnetic Components
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Low cost magnetic components for custom
specifications
• Power range from 1 Watt to 120 Watts
• Frequency range from 20kHz to .5MHz
• High power density and low radiated noise
• Meets UL 94V-0 flammability standard
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Inductors: buck, boost, coupled, choke, filter, resonant,
noise filtering, differential, forward, common mode
• Transformers: flyback, feed forward, push-pull, multiple
output, inverter, step-up, step-down, gate drive, base
drive, wide band, pulse, control, impedance, isolation,
bridging, ringer, converter, auto
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -55°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
(range is application specific). The internal “hot spot”
temperature defines the maximum allowable currents,
which are limited to 130°C, including ambient
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max. for 10 seconds
max.
Specifications
Core
AL-1, nH/T2
AL-2, nH/T2
AL-3, nH/T2
AL-4, nH/T2
AL-5, nH/T2
Ae, min. core area, cm2
le, mag. path lgth., cm
Ve, core volume, cm3
MLT, ave. turn length, cm
Wa, usable wdg. area, cm2 *
WaAc, cm4
UL flammability rating
STANDARD GEOMETRIES SIZES 1 TO 5 CORE AND BOBBIN PARAMETERS
SG1
SG2
SG3
SG4
ER 11/5
ER 14.5/6
EFD 15
EFD 17
1400
1600
780
1028
190
216
138
140
102
116
84
75
76
83
55
60
59
66
47
47
0.0900
0.1520
0.1220
0.1960
1.46
1.90
3.40
4.12
0.170
0.330
0.510
0.940
2.1666
2.7051
2.6805
3.2202
0.0171
0.0302
0.0915
0.1051
0.0015
0.0046
0.0112
0.0206
94V-0
94V-0
94V-0
94V-0
STANDARD GEOMETRIES SIZES 6 TO 9 CORE AND BOBBIN PARAMETERS
SG6
SG7
SG8
EE8.3
EF12.6
EE13
675
1075
1100
96
95
128
——
——
——
58
57
77
——
——
——
0.0600
0.1003
0.1380
1.92
2.96
3.06
0.1564
0.3860
0.5479
2.0880
2.5480
3.2300
0.0317
0.0769
0.1114
0.00190
0.00772
0.01540
94V-0
94V-0
94V-0
SG5
EFD 20
1200
155
83
67
53
0.3100
4.70
1.460
3.8359
0.1441
0.0447
94V-0
SG9
SEE16
1254
153
——
92
——
0.1848
3.55
0.8552
3.7780
0.1849
0.03416
94V-0
TRANSFORMERS (SG) STANDARD GEOMETRIES
Specifications
Core
AL-1, nH/T2
AL-2, nH/T2
AL-3, nH/T2
AL-4, nH/T2
AL-5, nH/T2
Ae, min. core area, cm2
Ie, mag. path lgth., cm
Ve, core volume, cm3
MLT, ave. turn length, cm
Wa, usable wdg. area, cm2 *
WaAc, cm4
UL flammability rating
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging (SG01, SG02,
SG03, SG06 and SG07)
• Supplied in bulk packaging (SG04, SG05, SG08
and SG09)
• Consult the factory for SG04 and SG05 tape and reel
packaging
* Fill Factor considered
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STANDARD GEOMETRIES
Low Cost Magnetic Components
Mechanical Diagrams
WHITE DOT PIN#1
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD PATTERN
COMPONENT VIEW
.7 REF
1
14.2 MAX
9.7 REF
12
.5 (10 PLCS)
12.9
MAX
1.5
(12 PLCS)
SG SIZE 1
ER 11/5
11.5 REF
7
6
2.0 (10PLCS)
9.2 REF
2.25
(12PLCS)
13.0 MAX
FRONT VIEW
5.9 REF
PACKAGING INFORMATION
6.2
MAX
Parts packaged on 13" reels,
600 parts per reel.
.25 REF
WHITE DOT PIN#1
Bulk packaging also available.
1.5 REF
.10 REF
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD PATTERN
COMPONENT VIEW
TOP VIEW
.7 REF
18.0 MAX
1
12
13.0 REF
.75 (10 PLCS)
TRANSFORMERS (SG) STANDARD GEOMETRIES
16.3
MAX
1.75
(12 PLCS)
SG SIZE 2
ER 14.5/6
14.25 REF
7
6
2.5 (10 PLCS)
12.0 REF
2.5
(12 PLCS)
16.8 MAX
FRONT VIEW
6.7 REF
PACKAGING INFORMATION
7.4
MAX
Parts packaged on 13" reels,
300 parts per reel.
.30 REF
.10 REF
Bulk packaging also available.
2.0 REF
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD PATTERN
COMPONENT VIEW
WHITE DOT PIN #1
.7 REF
1
23.74 MAX
16.88 REF
12
.75 (10 PLCS)
17.1
MAX
SG SIZE 3
EFD 15
1.79
(12 PLCS)
14.49 REF
6
7
2.54 (10 PLCS)
3.43
(12 PLCS)
16.0 REF
22.3 MAX
FRONT VIEW
PACKAGING INFORMATION
.40 REF
.10 REF
8.4
MAX
Parts packaged on 13" reels,
200 parts per reel.
3.0 REF
Bulk packaging also available.
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STANDARD GEOMETRIES
Low Cost Magnetic Components
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD PATTERN
COMPONENT VIEW
WHITE DOT PIN #1
.7 REF
1
26.0 MAX
19.14 REF
12
.75 (10 PLCS)
18.0
MAX
1.75
(12 PLCS)
SG SIZE 4
EFD 17
14.25 REF
6
2.5 (10 PLCS)
7
18.0 REF
3.43
(12 PLCS)
24.6 MAX
FRONT VIEW
PACKAGING INFORMATION
10.0
MAX
.40 REF
Parts packaged in pick and
place compatible bulk trays,
9.8" x 6.7", 6 rows by 7
columns, 42 parts per tray.
3.3 REF
.10 REF
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB PAD PATTERN
COMPONENT VIEW
WHITE DOT PIN #1
.7 REF
1
Consult factory for
tape and reel packaging.
29.00 MAX
22.70 REF
12
.75 (10 PLCS)
21.0
MAX
2.25
(12 PLCS)
SG SIZE 5
EFD 20
7
3.0 (10 PLCS)
21.0 REF
3.15
(12 PLCS)
28.5 MAX
FRONT VIEW
PACKAGING INFORMATION
10.8
MAX
.40 REF
2.95 REF
.10 REF
Parts packaged in pick and
place compatible bulk trays,
9.8" x 6.7", 5 rows by 7
columns, 35 parts per tray.
Consult factory for
tape and reel packaging.
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
COMPONENT VIEW
TOP VIEW
PIN #1 INDICATORS
12.7 MAX
0.4 REF
1
5.8 REF
8
9.2
MAX
4
5
1.0 (6 PLCS)
SG SIZE 6
EE 8.3
TRANSFORMERS (SG) STANDARD GEOMETRIES
17.25 REF
6
7.0 REF 1.0
(8 PLCS)
2.0 (6 PLCS)
10.7 REF
3.3
(8 PLCS)
13.8 MAX
FRONT VIEW
0.4 REF
9.6
MAX
PACKAGING INFORMATION
Parts packaged on 13" reels,
400 parts per reel.
Bulk packaging also available.
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STANDARD GEOMETRIES
Low Cost Magnetic Components
TOP VIEW
SG SIZE 7
EF 12.6
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
COMPONENT VIEW
PIN #1 INDICATOR
16.4 MAX
0.4 REF
9.4 REF
10
1
14.1
MAX
1.34 (8 PLCS)
11.36 REF 1.2
(10 PLCS)
6
5
2.54 (8 PLCS)
14.4 REF
18.0 MAX
3.36
(10 PLCS)
FRONT VIEW
PACKAGING INFORMATION
10.6
MAX
0.4 REF
Parts packaged on 13" reels,
250 parts per reel.
Bulk packaging also available.
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
COMPONENT VIEW
TOP VIEW
PIN #1 INDICATORS
0.5 REF
16.3 MAX
1
12
8.8 REF
TRANSFORMERS (SG) STANDARD GEOMETRIES
1.34 (10 PLCS)
15.8
MAX
SG SIZE 8
EE 13
13.9 REF 1.2
(12 PLCS)
7
6
2.54 (10 PLCS)
14.2 REF
17.8 MAX
FRONT VIEW
3.60
(12 PLCS)
PACKAGING INFORMATION
15.0
MAX
Parts packaged in pick and
place compatible bulk trays,
6 rows by 10 columns.
Total parts per tray = 60.
0.5 REF
TOP VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
COMPONENT VIEW
PIN #1 INDICATOR
19.2 MAX
0.5 REF
1
12
9.5 REF
1.34 (10 PLCS)
17.0
MAX
6
SG SIZE 9
SEE 16
13.9 REF
1.2
(12 PLCS)
7
2.54 (10 PLCS)
16.8 REF
21.0 MAX
4.7
(12 PLCS)
FRONT VIEW
PACKAGING INFORMATION
17.4
MAX
0.5 REF
Parts packaged in pick and
place compatible bulk trays,
5 rows by 10 columns.
Total parts per tray = 50.
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STANDARD GEOMETRIES
Low Cost Magnetic Components
Performance Specifications
Unipolar (Flyback)
Power vs Frequency
Unipolar (Flyback)
Power vs Frequency
100.0
100.0
Size07
Size03
Size02
10.0
Size05
Size08
Size04
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Size09
10.0
Size06
Size01
1.0
100
200
300
Frequency,kHz
Frequency,
kHz
400
1.0
500
100
300
200
400
500
400
500
Frequency,kHz kHz
Frequency,
Bipolar (Push-Pull)
Power vs Frequency
Bipolar (Push-Pull)
Power vs Frequency
100.0
100.0
Size03
Size06
10.0
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Size09
Size05
Size08
Size04
Size02
Size07
10.0
1.0
100
300
200
400
1.0
100
500
Frequency kHz
Frequency,
kHz
300
200
TRANSFORMERS (SG) STANDARD GEOMETRIES
Size01
Frequency, kHz
Maximum Turns
vs American Wire Gauge
Maximum Turns
vs American Wire Gauge
10000
10000
1000
1000
e09
Maximum Turns
Maximum Turns
Siz
5
e0
Siz 04
e
Siz
3
e0
Siz
e 02
Siz
100
e 01
Siz
10
1
08
Size
07
Size
e06
Siz
100
10
27 28
29 30 31
32
33
34 35 36
37
38 39
American Wire Gauge
40 41 42
1
27 28 29 30 31 32 33
34 35 36
37
38 39 40 41 42
American Wire Gauge
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CMS-SERIES
Common Mode Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• 160°C maximum total temperature
• Three sizes of surface mount torroidal common
mode inductors that provide 300Vdc isolation
• Inductance range from 5.5uH to 1600uH
• Current range up to 7.0 Amps
• Noise attenuation up to 44 dB
• Frequency range up to 100 MHz
• Meets UL94V-0 flammability standard
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• EMI filters
• DC-DC brick power supplies
• Discrete output supplies
• Discrete and point-of-use power supplies (PUPS)
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +160°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +160°C
(range is application specific)
• Solder reflow temperature: +260°C max for 10 seconds
max.
COMMON-MODE (CMS)
Part Number
CMS1-1-R
CMS1-2-R
CMS1-3-R
CMS1-4-R
CMS1-5-R
CMS1-6-R
CMS1-7-R
CMS1-8-R
CMS1-9-R
CMS1-10-R
CMS1-11-R
CMS1-12-R
CMS1-13-R
CMS1-14-R
CMS2-1-R
CMS2-2-R
CMS2-3-R
CMS2-4-R
CMS2-5-R
CMS2-6-R
CMS2-7-R
CMS2-8-R
CMS2-9-R
CMS2-10-R
CMS2-11-R
CMS2-12-R
CMS2-13-R
CMS2-14-R
CMS3-1-R
CMS3-2-R
CMS3-3-R
OCL
(uH) minimum
(1-2) & (3-4)
4.5
8
12.6
18
25
32.8
41.5
51.2
62
73.7
100
131
166
205
25
40
57
102
160
230
270
360
460
575
700
915
1070
1340
28
45
64
I rms.
Amperes
Max *
7.00
5.70
4.10
3.80
3.60
3.10
2.60
2.20
1.90
1.65
1.35
1.15
1.00
0.85
5.35
4.40
3.60
2.80
2.30
1.85
1.60
1.35
1.10
0.94
0.80
0.67
0.58
0.50
5.70
5.10
4.75
Packaging
• Supplied in tape and reel packaging, 2,000 (CMS1),
800 (CMS2), and 600 (CMS3) per reel
DCR (Ω) typ
@ 20°C
(1-2)
0.0027
0.0040
0.0077
0.0089
0.0100
0.0138
0.019
0.026
0.035
0.048
0.070
0.100
0.138
0.186
0.005
0.008
0.012
0.019
0.029
0.044
0.060
0.084
0.120
0.170
0.230
0.330
0.440
0.620
0.005
0.006
0.007
Definitions:
OCL = Open Circuit Inductance
DCR = Direct Current Resistance
Irms = rms current for approx. a 40°C temperature rise at an ambient temperature of 85°C.
*Operating Temperature: 160°C Max. Inductance values are sustained up to 160°C.
DCR (Ω) typ
@ 20°C
(4-3)
0.0027
0.0040
0.0077
0.0089
0.0100
0.0138
0.019
0.026
0.035
0.048
0.070
0.100
0.138
0.186
0.005
0.008
0.012
0.019
0.029
0.044
0.060
0.084
0.120
0.170
0.230
0.330
0.440
0.620
0.005
0.006
0.007
Leakage
Inductance (uH)
typ
0.05
0.09
0.14
0.20
0.28
0.36
0.45
0.056
0.68
0.81
1.10
1.45
1.83
2.25
0.22
0.34
0.47
0.80
1.25
1.75
2.00
2.60
3.30
4.00
5.00
6.30
7.30
9.00
0.31
0.46
0.64
Interwinding
Capacitance (pF)
typ
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0
3.1
3.2
2.0
2.3
2.5
2.8
3.1
3.4
3.6
3.9
4.1
4.3
4.6
4.9
5.1
5.4
2.80
3.05
3.30
Electrical Characteristics:
OCL (1-2) 0.10Vrms, 100kHz, 0.0Adc: (See Chart)
OCL (4-3) 0.10Vrms, 100kHz, 0.0Adc: (See Chart)
DCR (1-2) typ @ 20°C: (See Chart)
DCR (4-3) typ @ 20°C: (See Chart)
Hipot rating: winding to winding: 300Vdc min. for 1 second.
Turns Ratio: (1-2):(4-3) 1:1
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CMS-SERIES
Common Mode Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Part Number
CMS3-4-R
CMS3-5-R
CMS3-6-R
CMS3-7-R
CMS3-8-R
CMS3-9-R
CMS3-10-R
CMS3-11-R
CMS3-12-R
CMS3-13-R
CMS3-14-R
OCL
(uH) minimum
(1-2) & (3-4)
88
146
217
258
350
400
518
648
790
1030
1310
I rms.
Amperes
Max *
3.95
3.10
2.85
2.45
2.00
1.70
1.45
1.20
1.05
0.88
0.75
DCR (Ω) typ
@ 20°C
(1-2)
0.010
0.017
0.020
0.027
0.040
0.053
0.076
0.107
0.145
0.210
0.300
Definitions:
OCL = Open Circuit Inductance
DCR = Direct Current Resistance
Irms = rms current for approx. a 40°C temperature rise at an ambient temperature of 85°C.
*Operating Temperature: 160°C Max. Inductance values are sustained up to 160°C.
DCR (Ω) typ
@ 20°C
(4-3)
0.010
0.017
0.020
0.027
0.040
0.053
0.076
0.107
0.145
0.210
0.300
Leakage
Inductance (uH)
typ
0.85
1.30
1.90
2.20
3.00
3.30
4.20
5.10
6.10
7.80
9.60
Interwinding
Capacitance (pF)
typ
3.50
3.70
3.90
4.15
4.40
4.65
4.85
5.10
5.35
5.55
5.80
Electrical Characteristics:
OCL (1-2) 0.10Vrms, 100kHz, 0.0Adc: (See Chart)
OCL (4-3) 0.10Vrms, 100kHz, 0.0Adc: (See Chart)
DCR (1-2) typ @ 20°C: (See Chart)
DCR (4-3) typ @ 20°C: (See Chart)
Hipot rating: winding to winding: 300Vdc min. for 1 second.
Turns Ratio: (1-2):(4-3) 1:1
Mechanical Diagrams
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
CMS1 Series
TOP VIEW
SCHEMATIC
9.4 max
FRONT VIEW
2
3
CMS1wwllyy R
4
1:1
7.2 max
1
1
4
2
3
2.6 max
Pin 1 indicator
White dot
CMS2 Series
CMS3 Series
COMMON-MODE (CMS)
wwllyy = Date code R = Revision level
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CMS-SERIES
Common Mode Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Packaging Information
CMS2 Series
CMS1 Series
4.0
See note 1
1.5 Dia
min.
1.5 Dia.
+0.1/-0.0
2.0
See note 6
.30
+/-0.05
Pin #1 indicator
0.30
+/-0.05
1.75
A
0.3Rad
max.
7.5
See note 6
Bo
Ao=9.3mm
16.0
+/-0.3
Bo=9.3mm
2.0
(see note 6)
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
4.0
(see note 1)
1.5 dia
min
A
1.75
Pin #1 Indicator
0.3Rad
max.
11.5
(see note 6)
24.0
+/-0.3
B
Ko=6.4mm
Ao= 7.3mm
Bo= 10.1mm
Ko= 2.7mm
A
Ao
Ko
K
0.5Rad
typ.
6.7
12.0
SECTION A-A
12.0
A
A
SECTION A-A
Direction of feed
CMS3 Series
0.5 rad
typ
User direction of feed
4.0
(see note 1)
2.0
(see note 6)
1.5 dia
+0.1/-0.0
0.35
+/-0.05
A
1.75
Pin #1 Indicator
0.3Rad
max.
Ao=11.8mm
1.5 dia
min
11.5
(see note 6)
Bo=11.8mm
24.0
+/-0.3
B
Ko=6.8mm
K
0.5 rad
typ
A
A
7.1
16.0
SECTION A-A
User direction of feed
Attenuation Curves
Attenuation
CMS 1
Attenuation
Series
-1 -4
-7
-5
-10
dB
dB
-15
-20
-1
Series
-4 -7
-15
-20
-25
-30
-35
-25
-40
-45
-50
-30
-11
-35
1
-14
2
4
6
8
10
20
40
-11
1
60
-14
2
4
Attenuation
dB
6
8
10
20
40
60
FREQUENCY (MHz)
FREQUENCY (MHz)
COMMON-MODE (CMS)
CMS 2
0
-5
-10
0
0
-5
-10
-15
-20
-25
-30
-35
-40
-45
-50
CMS 3
-1
-11
1
Series
-4
-7
-14
2
4
6
8
10
20
40
FREQUENCY (MHz)
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CMS-SERIES
Common Mode Inductors
(Surface Mount)
Impedance Curves
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
Impedance
CMS1-1 & 4
4000
-4
-1
0.4
0.6
0.8
-14
1
2
3
4
6
8
-11
2000
0
10
0.4
0.6
CMS2 - 1 & 4
-1
0.6
0.8
1
2
4
6
1
Impedance
-4
0.4
0.8
8
10
20
18000
16000
14000
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
0.4
0.6
10
CMS2 - 7,11, & 14
0.8
1
Impedance
2
3
4
6
CMS3 - 7,11, & 14
16000
14000
Z (Ohms)
Z (Ohms)
8
-7
CMS3 - 1 & 4
-1
0.8
6
FREQUENCY (MHz)
-4
0.6
4
-11
0.4
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
3
-14
FREQUENCY (MHz)
Impedance
2
FREQUENCY (MHz)
Z (Ohms)
Z (Ohms)
Impedance
-7
1000
FREQUENCY (MHz)
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
CMS1 - 7,11, & 14
3000
Z (Ohms)
Z (Ohms)
Impedance
1
2
3
4
FREQUENCY (MHz)
6
8
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
0.4
-14
-11
-7
0.6
0.8
1
2
3
4
6
8
FREQUENCY (MHz)
COMMON-MODE (CMS)
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CMT-SERIES
Common Mode Inductors
(Through-Hole)
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Four sizes of through-hole off-line
common mode inductors
• Inductance range from 0.53 - 66 mH
• Current range up to 6.5 Amps
• Noise attenuation up to 68 dB
• Frequency range up to 6 MHz
• Meets UL94V-0 flammability standard
• Ferrite core material
Applications
• Protects AC input from effects of switching regulators
• Off-line power supplies
• EMI filters
• DC-DC converters
• Computer, TV, VCR, audio and office equipment
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +85°C
range is application specific. The internal “hot-spot”
temperature defines the maximum allowable currents,
which are limited to 130°C, including ambient.
COMMON-MODE (CMT)
Part Number
CMT1-1-R
CMT1-2-R
CMT1-3-R
CMT1-4-R
CMT1-5-R
CMT1-6-R
CMT1-7-R
CMT1-8-R
CMT1-9-R
CMT1-10-R
CMT2-1-R
CMT2-2-R
CMT2-3-R
CMT2-4-R
CMT2-5-R
CMT2-6-R
CMT2-7-R
CMT2-8-R
CMT2-9-R
CMT2-10-R
CMT3-1-R
CMT3-2-R
CMT3-3-R
CMT3-4-R
CMT3-5-R
CMT3-6-R
CMT4-1-R
CMT4-2-R
CMT4-3-R
CMT4-4-R
CMT4-5-R
CMT4-6-R
OCL
(mH) min
(1-2)
66.0
49.0
28.0
21
13
7.50
4.20
2.40
1.85
0.94
30
20
12
8.0
6.0
4.8
3.2
2.4
2.0
1.6
5.4
3.5
2.7
1.3
0.92
0.53
5.4
3.5
2.7
1.3
0.92
0.53
OCL
(mH) min
(4-3)
66.0
49.0
28.0
21
13
7.50
4.20
2.40
1.85
0.94
30
20
12
8.0
6.0
4.8
3.2
2.4
2.0
1.6
5.4
3.5
2.7
1.3
0.92
0.53
5.4
3.5
2.7
1.3
0.92
0.53
Definitions:
OCL = Open Circuit Inductance
DCR = Direct Current Resistance
Irms = rms current for 40°C max temperature rise at worst case ambient temperature
of 85°C
Packaging
• Supplied in bulk packaging
I rms.
Amperes
max
0.74
0.88
1.13
1.37
1.76
2.27
2.89
3.85
4.53
6.05
1.50
1.95
2.45
2.80
3.40
3.95
4.40
4.75
5.45
5.75
2.0
2.6
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.5
2.0
2.6
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.5
DCR (Ω) typ
@ 20°C
(1-2)
1.20
0.85
0.50
0.35
0.20
0.13
0.08
0.045
0.033
0.018
0.350
0.220
0.135
0.100
0.070
0.053
0.042
0.037
0.028
0.026
0.12
0.08
0.055
0.032
0.021
0.013
0.12
0.08
0.055
0.032
0.021
0.013
DCR (Ω) typ
@ 20°C
(4-3)
1.20
0.85
0.50
0.35
0.20
0.13
0.08
0.045
0.033
0.018
0.350
0.220
0.135
0.100
0.070
0.053
0.042
0.037
0.028
0.026
0.12
0.08
0.055
0.032
0.021
0.013
0.12
0.08
0.055
0.032
0.021
0.013
Electrical Characteristics:
OCL (1-2) 0.10Vrms, 10kHz, 0.0Adc: (See Chart)
OCL (4-3) 0.10Vrms, 10kHz, 0.0Adc: (See Chart)
DCR (1-2) typ @ 20°C: (See Chart)
DCR (4-3) typ @ 20°C: (See Chart)
Hipot rating: winding to winding: 2400 Vac for 1 second.
Turns Ratio: (1-2):(4-3) 1:1
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CMT-SERIES
Common Mode Inductors
(Through-Hole)
Mechanical Diagrams
CMT1 Series
FRONT VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
SIDE VIEW
SCHEMATIC
CMT1-X
wwll yy R
29.5 max
0.80 dia
1.15 dia ± 0.13
4
1
2
3
1
4
1
4
2
3
22.0 max
10.0 ± 0.20
component side
36.5 max
3
2
13.0 ± 0.20
Pin #1 indicator
3.8
typ
2
3
3
4
10.00
13.00
CMT2 Series
FRONT VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
SIDE VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
SCHEMATIC
CMT2 wwll yy R
36.5 max
3.00 dia ± 0.13
1.2 dia
4
1
2
15.0
± 0.20
44.5 max
3.2
2
3
3
21.0 ±0.2
3
Pin #1 indicator
21.0 ± 0.20
4
15.0
±0.2
2
4
3
2
4
26.5 max
component side
1
4.0
± 1.0
1
3
CMT3 Series
TOP VIEW
5
typ
Pin #1 Indicator
1
2
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
BOTTOM VIEW
SIDE VIEW
z dia
15.0
±0.20
15.0
±0.20
25.0 max Dia
15.0
± 0.20
3
4
ØDia
3
1
CMT3-1
CMT3-2
CMT3-3
CMT3-4
CMT3-5
CMT3-6
component side
3
4
2
3
4
2
1
y dia
2
"Y" Dia
ref
0.58
0.64
0.71
0.80
0.89
0.99
"Z" Dia ref
0.83
0.90
0.97
1.06
1.15
1.25
15.0 ± 0.20
14 max
CMT4 Series
FRONT VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
SIDE VIEW
RECOMMENDED PCB LAYOUT
15.4 max
z dia
25.0 max
1
y dia
4
12.00
4
1
3
2
component side
11.00
2
3
"Y" Dia
ref
0.58
0.64
0.71
0.80
0.89
0.99
"Z" Dia ref
0.83
0.90
0.97
1.06
1.15
1.25
5.0 typ
12.0 ± 0.20
4
1
Pin #1 indicator
1
2
(1) All Dimensions are in millimeters unless otherwise
specified
(2) Tolerances are +/- 0.20mm unless stated otherwise.
(3) wwllyy = (Date Code) R = (Revision Level)
Schematic is the same for all the series
COMMON-MODE (CMT)
CMT4-x
wwllyy - R
25.5 max
11.0
± 0.20
CMT4-1
CMT4-2
CMT4-3
CMT4-4
CMT4-5
CMT4-6
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CMT-SERIES
Common Mode Inductors
(Through-Hole)
Attenuation Curves
Attenuation
0
-6 -7 -8 -9
CMT1
Series
-10
-10
dB
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-1 -2 -3
-70
0.06
0.1
-4 -5
0.2
0.6
1
2
4
dB
FREQUENCY (MHz)
-20
-25
-30
-35
-40
-45
-50
-55
-60
-65
-70
Attenuation
CMT2 Series
-6
-10
-7 -8
-9
-1 -2 -3 -4 -5
0.08
0.1
0.15
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
FREQUENCY (MHz)
Attenuation CMT3 & CMT4 Common Mode
-10
-15
-5
-20
-6
COMMON-MODE (CMT)
dB
-25
-30
-3
-35
-4
-40
-45
-50
0.06
-1
0.1
-2
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
2
4
6
FREQUENCY (MHz)
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CMT-SERIES
Common Mode Inductors
(Through-Hole)
Impedance Curves
Impedance
CMT1 - 1 thru - 5
Impedance
100
20
-1
90
-2
18
80
-3
60
Z (K Ohm)
Z (K Ohm)
70
50
40
30
20
16
-6
14
-7
-10
12
-8
10
8
-9
6
4
-4
10
-5
2
0
0
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.05
0.9
0.2
0.4
FREQUENCY (MHz)
Impedance
Impedance
CMT2 - 1 thru - 5
-1
1
1.4
CMT2 - 6 thru -10
-6
-2
-3
-7
20
-4
-8
80
Z (K Ohm)
Z (K Ohm)
0.8
25
100
-5
60
40
15
10
20
5
0
0
-9
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
-10
0.05 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9
FREQUENCY (MHz)
1
1.2 1.4 1.6
FREQUENCY (MHz)
Impedance CMT3 & CMT4
Impedance CMT3 & CMT4
25
3.5
-1
-3
20
3
-4 -5
-6
2.5
-2
15
Z (K Ohm)
Z (K Ohm)
0.6
FREQUENCY (MHz)
120
0.05
CMT1 - 6 thru -10
10
2
1.5
1
5
0.5
0
0.06
0
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.6
FREQUENCY (MHz)
0.8
1
2
0.06
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
2
4
FREQUENCY (MHz)
COMMON-MODE (CMT)
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TOROID (CS)
CS Series
Current Sense
Current Sense Inductors
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Encapsulated Through Hole Design
• Isolation between Pri and Sec of 3750 Volts
• Materials meet UL Class B
Applications
• Feedback elements linking the output and pulse control
circuitry
• Switch Mode Power Supplies: PFC, Half-bridge,
Full-bridge, Forward
• Off-Line
• Telecom
Part
Number
CS-1050-R
CS-1100-R
CS-1200-R
Inductance
(mH)
Turns +/-1%
Current Range
AMPS
DCR (Ω) +/-15%
@ 20°C
5.6
22.4
89.7
50
100
200
1-10
2-20
4-40
0.60
1.3
3.3
Recommended
Terminating
Resistor
50 ohms
100 ohms
200 ohms
Frequency
Range
20k-200kHz
20k-200kHz
20k-100kHz
4) Hipot is 3750 Volts from winding to test wire A-B
5) Materials meet UL Class B
6) Polarity Indicator Dot: (This lead is in phase with lead A of conductor A-B)
1) Test Parameters: 10kHz, 0.25 Vrms
2) Dimensions in Millimeters
3) Output Voltage is 1v/A with the terminating resistor and is linear over the specified range
Mechanical Diagrams
17.15
9.53
A
2
B
B
A
20.32
1
4.57Dia
11.74
CS-xxx
wwllyy R
6.35
0.81
1
2
12.70
4.77
xxx = Inductance value
wwllyy = Date code R = Revision level
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Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
• Low loss, powdered iron cores with stable
electrical operating characteristics maximize
inductor efficiency by minimizing copper losses
• Available in vertical and horizontal self leaded and header mounted configurations
• Inductance values range from 10uH to 1000uH
• Current values range from 1.5 to 29.5 Amps
• Meets UL 94V-0 flammability standard
• Powder Iron core material
Applications
• Filters
• Buck and boost switches
• Chokes
Environmental Data
• Storage temperature range: -40°C to +105°C
• Operating ambient temperature range: -40°C to +75°C
(range is application specific)
TOROID (LCPI)
LOW COST POWER INDUCTORS
Toroidal Inductors
Packaging
• Supplied in bulk packaging
Family Table
Vertical
Part Number
CTX10-1-52-R
CTX20-1-52-R
CTX50-1-52-R
CTX100-1-52-R
CTX150-1-52-R
CTX250-1-52-R
CTX500-1-52-R
CTX750-1-52-R
CTX1000-1-52-R
CTX10-2-52-R
CTX20-2-52-R
CTX50-2-52-R
CTX100-2-52-R
CTX150-2-52-R
CTX250-2-52-R
CTX500-2-52-R
CTX750-2-52-R
CTX10-5-52-R
CTX20-5-52-R
CTX50-5-52-R
CTX100-5-52-R
CTX150-5-52-R
CTX250-5-52-R
CTX10-7-52-R
CTX20-7-52-R
CTX50-7-52-R
CTX100-7-52-R
CTX150-7-52-R
CTX10-10-52-R
CTX20-10-52-R
CTX50-10-52-R
CTX100-10-52-R
CTX10-16-52-R
CTX20-16-52-R
Notes:
Horizontal
Part Number
CTX10-1-52LP-R
CTX20-1-52LP-R
CTX50-1-52LP-R
CTX100-1-52LP-R
CTX150-1-52LP-R
CTX250-1-52LP-R
CTX500-1-52LP-R
CTX750-1-52LP-R
CTX1000-1-52LPR
CTX10-2-52LP-R
CTX20-2-52LP-R
CTX50-2-52LP-R
CTX100-2-52LP-R
CTX150-2-52LP-R
CTX250-2-52LP-R
CTX500-2-52LP-R
CTX750-2-52LP-R
CTX10-5-52LP-R
CTX20-5-52LP-R
CTX50-5-52LP-R
CTX100-5-52LP-R
CTX150-5-52LP-R
CTX250-5-52LP-R
CTX10-7-52LP-R
CTX20-7-52LP-R
CTX50-7-52LP-R
CTX100-7-52LP-R
CTX150-7-52LP-R
CTX10-10-52LP-R
CTX20-10-52LP-R
CTX50-10-52LP-R
CTX100-10-52LPR
CTX10-16-52LP-R
CTX20-16-52LP-R
Header Mounted
Inductance
Part Number
μH (rated)
CTX10-1-52M-R
10
CTX20-1-52M-R
20
CTX50-1-52M-R
50
CTX100-1-52M-R
100
CTX150-1-52M-R
150
CTX250-1-52M-R
250
CTX500-1-52M-R
500
CTX750-1-52M-R
750
CTX1000-1-52M-R
1000
CTX10-2-52M-R
10
CTX20-2-52M-R
20
CTX50-2-52M-R
50
CTX100-2-52M-R
100
CTX150-2-52M-R
150
CTX250-2-52M-R
250
CTX500-2-52M-R
500
CTX750-2-52M-R
750
CTX10-5-52M-R
10
CTX20-5-52M-R
20
CTX50-5-52M-R
50
CTX100-5-52M-R
100
CTX150-5-52M-R
150
250
CTX10-7-52M-R
10
CTX20-7-52M-R
20
CTX50-7-52M-R
50
100
150
10
20
50
100
10
20
OCL(1)
μH +/- 20%
10.14
20.22
50.29
100.40
151.70
250.90
505.00
754.40
1004.00
9.60
19.60
50.00
101.70
148.00
251.10
499.40
749.30
9.68
21.25
49.60
97.20
150.60
254.40
10.04
20.96
52.27
101.40
152.80
10.04
21.17
52.37
99.38
9.90
19.24
I DC(2)
Amperes
2.4
1.8
2.6
2.5
2.1
1.9
1.7
1.8
1.5
4.7
3.2
4.9
4.4
4.3
4.2
3.1
3.4
8.7
7.8
7.6
8.2
7.7
9.2
11.4
11.4
10.5
12.0
12.8
16.9
16.0
13.9
17.6
27.3
31.5
I SAT(3)
Amperes
2.1
2.2
2.7
2.4
2.3
2.2
1.9
2.4
2.1
4.5
3.2
4.9
4.3
4.0
4.2
3.3
3.4
11.1
9.3
9.4
7.5
7.5
8.1
13.5
14.5
10.2
9.1
10.5
20.9
16.0
12.7
13.0
29.3
29.5
Volt-μSec(4)
VμS
5.4
7.8
16.3
27.5
35.7
47.8
77.9
114.3
131.9
6.6
9.4
21.3
35.0
47.6
66.0
104.0
147.3
9.4
16.0
29.3
45.7
66.0
102.4
11.0
19.1
33.5
54.2
79.3
13.2
21.3
38.9
64.0
16.9
28.1
Energy(5)
μJ
15
36
130
197
283
421
645
1530
1530
68
69
420
643
829
1540
1890
2960
417
643
1530
1890
2960
5860
640
1540
1900
2960
5900
1530
1900
2960
5880
2970
5860
DCR (Ω)(6)
max
0.0481
0.0829
0.0715
0.1060
0.1620
0.2210
0.3610
0.4340
0.6380
0.0183
0.0392
0.0326
0.0534
0.0719
0.0833
0.1830
0.2080
0.0104
0.0260
0.0248
0.0267
0.0401
0.0400
0.0080
0.0110
0.0163
0.0167
0.0204
0.0051
0.0070
0.0124
0.0109
0.0032
0.0034
(1) Open circuit inductance test parameters: 100kHz, 0.250Vrms, 0 Adc.
(2) DC current for an approximate ΔT of 30°C at 75°C Ambient with no core loss. See Chart 2 for derating of IDC with core loss.
(3) Peak current for an approximate 30% roll-off in OCL. For other current levels see Chart 1.
(4) Applied Volt-Time product (VμS) across the inductor. This value represents the VμS at 100kHz necessary to generate a core loss equal to 10% of the total
losses for 30°C rise. For other frequencies and operating levels see Chart 2. (Note: skin effect losses not included.)
(5) Energy storage (μJ) at ISAT. For other current levels see Chart 1.
(6) Maximum D.C. resistance at 20°C.
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TOROID (LCPI)
LOW COST POWER INDUCTORS
Toroidal Inductors
Mechanical Diagrams
Vertical and Horizontal Self Leaded Mounting Options
Vertical P/N
See Figure 1
CTX10-1-52-R
CTX20-1-52-R
CTX50-1-52-R
CTX100-1-52-R
CTX150-1-52-R
CTX250-1-52-R
CTX500-1-52-R
CTX750-1-52-R
CTX1000-1-52-R
CTX10-2-52-R
CTX20-2-52-R
CTX50-2-52-R
CTX100-2-52-R
CTX150-2-52-R
CTX250-2-52-R
CTX500-2-52-R
CTX750-2-52-R
CTX10-5-52-R
CTX20-5-52-R
CTX50-5-52-R
CTX100-5-52-R
CTX150-5-52-R
CTX250-5-52-R
CTX10-7-52-R
CTX20-7-52-R
CTX50-7-52-R
CTX100-7-52-R
CTX150-7-52-R
CTX10-10-52-R
CTX20-10-52-R
CTX50-10-52-R
CTX100-10-52-R
CTX10-16-52-R
CTX20-16-52-R
Horizontal P/N
See Figure 2
CTX10-1-52LP-R
CTX20-1-52LP-R
CTX50-1-52LP-R
CTX100-1-52LP-R
CTX150-1-52LP-R
CTX250-1-52LP-R
CTX500-1-52LP-R
CTX750-1-52LP-R
CTX1000-1-52LP-R
CTX10-2-52LP-R
CTX20-2-52LP-R
CTX50-2-52LP-R
CTX100-2-52LP-R
CTX150-2-52LP-R
CTX250-2-52LP-R
CTX500-2-52LP-R
CTX750-2-52LP-R
CTX10-5-52LP-R
CTX20-5-52LP-R
CTX50-5-52LP-R
CTX100-5-52LP-R
CTX150-5-52LP-R
CTX250-5-52LP-R
CTX10-7-52LP-R
CTX20-7-52LP-R
CTX50-7-52LP-R
CTX100-7-52LP-R
CTX150-7-52LP-R
CTX10-10-52LP-R
CTX20-10-52LP-R
CTX50-10-52LP-R
CTX100-10-52LP-R
CTX10-16-52LP-R
CTX20-16-52LP-R
OD
(max)
8.6
9.1
16.2
15.5
20.7
20.9
24.0
29.8
29.8
12.7
12.5
21.6
24.0
30.6
31.2
36.7
43.3
22.2
24.5
32.3
37.8
46.4
53.7
25.7
32.4
39.0
48.5
54.5
34.0
40.5
47.5
57.0
50.3
59.0
ID
(typ)
0.0
0.0
4.2
4.2
6.6
6.0
9.0
11.7
11.7
0.0
0.0
6.1
8.8
11.2
9.1
11.7
19.9
5.4
8.8
10.1
11.2
18.8
18.8
6.5
8.5
10.8
17.1
17.1
7.0
9.0
17.1
15.0
13.0
13.0
Ht
(max)
4.7
6.7
9.0
12.4
9.4
13.0
15.3
17.4
17.1
7.8
7.5
13.6
16.6
11.4
19.0
14.8
18.2
13.9
16.6
18.9
16.8
19.8
24.3
18.0
19.8
16.8
21.8
25.4
21.4
18.0
21.3
27.5
24.0
28.0
X
(typ)
3.8
5.6
7.5
10.7
7.8
11.0
14.0
15.6
15.5
6.3
6.3
11.0
13.9
9.3
15.7
12.5
15.8
11.5
14.5
16.5
13.6
16.8
20.1
16.0
16.8
13.9
17.2
21.2
17.0
14.3
17.5
21.3
18.6
23.0
Y
(typ)
7.3
7.4
13.7
13.7
18.8
18.8
21.2
28.2
28.0
11.0
11.0
19.5
21.8
28.5
28.5
34.5
41.5
19.9
22.0
28.8
35.5
43.4
49.4
22.4
29.2
35.7
43.4
50.9
29.6
35.2
42.8
50.6
43.0
50.7
T
(typ)
0.42
0.37
0.58
0.58
0.52
0.52
0.52
0.52
0.46
0.71
0.58
0.89
0.89
0.80
0.89
0.71
0.80
1.11
0.89
1.11
1.24
1.24
1.38
1.38
1.38
1.38
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.73
2.15
2.41
2.69
H
(typ)
0.67
0.62
0.83
0.83
0.77
0.77
0.77
0.77
0.71
0.96
0.83
1.14
1.14
1.05
1.14
0.96
1.05
1.36
1.14
1.36
1.49
1.49
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
2.45
2.70
2.99
Note: All dimensions are in millimeters.
FIGURE 2
FIGURE 1
OD
ID
ID
OD
10.0 +/- 3
T dia.
Ht
Ht
10.0 +/- 3
VERTICAL
SELF LEADED
MOUNT
HORIZONTAL
SELF LEADED
MOUNT
T dia.
(typ.)
H dia
(typ.)
X
H dia.
(typ.)
Y
Drawings are not to scale.
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TOROID (LCPI)
LOW COST POWER INDUCTORS
Toroidal Inductors
Header Mounted Option
Header Mounted
Part Number
CTX10-1-52M-R
CTX20-1-52M-R
CTX50-1-52M-R
CTX100-1-52M-R
CTX150-1-52M-R
CTX250-1-52M-R
CTX500-1-52M-R
CTX750-1-52M-R
CTX1000-1-52M-R
CTX10-2-52M-R
CTX20-2-52M-R
CTX50-2-52M-R
CTX100-2-52M-R
CTX150-2-52M-R
CTX250-2-52M-R
CTX500-2-52M-R
CTX750-2-52M-R
CTX10-5-52M-R
CTX20-5-52M-R
CTX50-5-52M-R
CTX100-5-52M-R
CTX150-5-52M-R
CTX10-7-52M-R
CTX20-7-52M-R
CTX50-7-52M-R
See
Figure #
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
OD
(max)
8.6
9.1
16.2
15.5
20.7
20.9
24.0
29.8
29.8
12.7
12.5
21.6
24.0
30.6
31.2
36.7
43.3
22.2
24.5
32.3
37.8
46.4
25.7
32.4
39.0
A
(max)
9.4
9.4
19.6
19.6
19.6
31.0
35.4
35.4
35.4
13.6
13.6
31.0
35.4
31.0
35.4
31.0
35.4
31.0
35.4
35.4
35.4
35.4
35.4
35.4
35.4
B
(max)
9.4
9.4
16.1
16.1
16.1
16.0
21.7
21.7
21.7
11.4
11.4
16.0
21.7
16.0
21.7
16.0
21.7
16.0
21.7
21.7
21.7
21.7
21.7
21.7
21.7
C
(max)
6.9
9.0
20.0
19.7
24.2
22.5
25.0
31.6
31.2
11.7
11.4
23.5
26.0
32.5
33.4
38.4
45.4
22.7
25.5
33.7
40.2
47.0
26.7
34.2
40.3
X
(typ)
6.5
6.5
15.3
15.3
15.3
20.3
23.0
23.0
23.0
10.8
10.8
20.3
23.0
20.3
23.0
20.3
23.0
20.3
23.0
23.0
23.0
23.0
23.0
23.0
23.0
Y
(typ)
6.5
6.5
6.4
6.4
6.4
10.2
15.4
15.4
15.4
7.5
7.5
10.2
15.4
10.2
15.4
10.2
15.4
10.2
15.4
15.4
15.4
15.4
15.4
15.4
15.4
T
(typ)
—
—
—
—
—
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.20
—
—
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.11
1.24
1.24
1.38
1.38
1.38
H
(typ)
—
—
—
—
—
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
—
—
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.36
1.49
1.49
1.63
1.63
1.63
Note: All dimensions are in millimeters.
FIGURE 3
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
FIGURE 4
A
FIGURE 5
OD
OD
2
3
1
B
C
1
C
4
3
4.25+/- 1.5
4.0
0+
+/-- 1
1.00 dia.
ia.
(typ.)
C
3.8
3.
8 +/+ 1
0.50 dia.
ia.
(typ.)
A
A
1
4
B
2
0.70dia. (typ.)
2
3
1
4
2
3
Pinss 1 & 3:
3 T dia.
ia.
Pinss 2 & 4:
4 1.2
1.20 dia.
ia.
3
Y
1.25dia. (typ.)
2
3
1
4
2
Holess 1 & 3:
3 H dia.
Holess 2 & 4:
4 1.45 dia. 3
Y
Y
4
1
HEADER MOUNT
X
X
B
4
1
X
Drawings are not to scale.
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Inductance Characteristics
1000
800
600
500
400
300
% of OCL or % of Energy
200
100
80
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
% OF I SAT
Energy
Inductance
Core Loss
0
20
40
50
60
70
z
z
kH
20
kH
z
kH
50
100
200
90
kH
kH
z
z
80
500
% of Losses from Irms (maximum)
92
94
95
96
97
98
800
1000
500
600
400
300
200
100
80
40
50
60
30
20
99
10
TOROID (LCPI)
LOW COST POWER INDUCTORS
Toroidal Inductors
% of applied Volt-μ Seconds
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Application Notes
Magnetics
Recommended Solder Reflow Profiles
Standard SnPb Solder
3°C/Second Max.
Lead (Pb) Free Solder
3°C/Second Max.
100°C
150°C
60-120seconds
150°C
200°C
60-120seconds
3°C/Second Max.
183°C
60-150 Seconds
235°C +/-5°C
30 Seconds Max
6°C/ Second Max.
6 Minutes Max
217°C
60-150 Seconds
255°C +/-5°C
10 Seconds Max
6°C/ Second Max.
8 Minutes Max
APPLICATION NOTES
Profile Feature
Average Ramp-Up Rate (TL to TP)
Preheat
Temperature Min. (TSmin)
Temperature Max. (TSmax)
Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Tsmax to TL
Ramp-Up Rate
Time Maintained Above:
Temperature (TL)
Time (tL)
Peak Temperature (TP)
Time Within 5°C of Actual Peak Temperature (tP)
Ramp Down Rate
Time 25°C to Peak Temperature
All temperatures refer to the topside of the package, measured on the package body surface
Reference JEDEC J-STD-020B
tP
TP
Critical Zone
TL to TL
TL
IL
TS
max
Temperature
TS
min
25°C
ts
Preheat
t 25°C to peak
..
Time
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Application Notes
Magnetics
The Versa-Pac range of transformers is one of the many
products manufactured under the Cooper Coiltronics®
brand of power magnetics from Cooper Bussmann.
Versa-Pac is available in five sizes and is suitable for
flyback circuits with power levels up to 35W and a maximum switching frequencies of 500kHz. The VP series
was designed, primarily, for low voltage applications
typically 3.3V, 5V and 12V. With the addition of the VPH
products to the range the Versa-Pac can now be used
for 24V, 48V and, at higher frequencies, even 120V
applications. Each transformer has six identical windings
that can be configured in series and parallel to produce
the required transformer design, the isolation between
these windings is 500Vdc. Full product data is available
on our website: www.cooperbussmann.com
If the output power requirement can’t be met then the
Versa-Pac is unable to offer a flyback transformer solution. It may be worth considering a Push-Pull topology, as
this will give better transformer utilization allowing high
output power levels for the same transformer size.
Design Procedure
5/48 = Nsec/Npri x 0.5/(1-0.5)
Npri/Nsec = (48x1)/5 = 9.6
Rounding down, Npri/Nsec = 5 (max ratio)
In order to design a flyback transformer using the VersaPac the following information is required: nominal, minimum and maximum input voltages (Vin(nom), Vin(min) &
Vin(max)), output voltage (Vo), output current (Io) and
switching frequency (Fs).
For the purpose of our example let’s take the following
values:
Using the graph for Unipolar (Flyback) Power v
Frequency from the data sheet select the required VersaPac size by reading off your required output power and
operating frequency.
Unipolar (Flyback) Power vs Frequency
35.0
VP 5
20.0
VP 4
15.0
VP 3
VP 2
5.0
0.0
100
(1)
Where Nsec is the number of secondary windings and
Npri is the number of primary windings, Npri/Nsec is the
turns ratio which must be rounded to the nearest achievable value (i.e. 0.5, 0.667, 1, 1.5, 2, 3 etc).
Vin(nom) and 0.5 duty cycle are used only as a starting
point, it is possible that using Vin(min) with lower or high
duty cycles you may achieve a more suitable turns ratio.
5/56 = (1/5) x D/(1-D)
0.446-0.446D = D
D = 0.446/1.446 = 0.309
Calculate the primary volt-seconds product using the following equation:
(2)
This value should be less than the rated primary Voltμsec, if the primary uses one winding the rated Volt-μsec
is the same as Volt-μsec(Base). If the primary is two
windings in series then the rating is then 2 x Voltμsec(Base) and for 3 series windings 3 x Volt-μsec(Base)
etc. If the Volt-μsec rating can not be achieved using the
selected Versa-Pac size then you will need to select a
larger size or increase the switching frequency.
25.0
10.0
Vo/Vin(nom) = Nsec/Npri x (D/1-D)
Primary Vs = D x Ts x Vin(max)
Where Ts = 1/Fs
40.0
30.0
Calculate the turns ratio for a duty cycle (D) of 0.5 using
the equation;
Calculate the actual duty cycle for Vin(max) using equation 1 and the calculated turns ratio rounded up or down
to the nearest achievable value.
Vo = 5V, Io = 1A, Vin(min) = 40V, Vin(nom)=48V ,
Vin(max) = 56V and Fs = 200kHz
Watts
APPLICATION NOTES
Using the Versa-Pac as a Flyback Transformer
VP 1
200
300
400
500
Frequency, kHz
At 200kHz and 5W this gives a VP3 size.
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Primary Vs = 0.309 x 1/200x103 x 56 = 86.52Vμsec
Ipri(avg-pk) = (Ipri(peak) + (Ipri(peak) - ΔIpri))/2
(6)
The VP3 has a Volt-μsec(Base) of 27.7Vμsec, multiplying this by 5 gives a rating of 138.5Vμsec. So the VP3
size meets the volt-seconds requirements.
Ipri(rms) = (D(max) x (Ipri(avg-pk))2)0.5
(7)
If the required volt-seconds rating can’t be achieved you
can reduce the required rating by increasing the switching
frequency. Alternatively you can recalculate the turns ratio
using Vin(min) as this may increase the number of series
primary windings.
Ipri(peak) = 0.2 x 1/(1-0.385) + (40 x 5x10-6 x 0.385)/
(2 x 52 x 63.2x10-6) = 0.35A
Peak current is higher than the Isat rating for the
VP3-0780, which is equal to 6/5 x Isat(base). So moving up to the VP3-0138, we once again find that conduction is mainly continuous mode and so peak primary current:
Ipri(peak) = 0.2 x 1/(1-0.385) + (40 x 5x10-6 x 0.385)/
(2 x 52 x 11.2x10-6) = 0.462A
Io (boundary) = Ts x Vo x (1-D(max)) /(2 x Ls) (3)
ΔIpri = (40 x 0.385 x 5x10-6)/(52 x 11.2x10-6) = 0.275A
Ipri(avg-pk) = (0.462 + (0.462 – 0.275))/2 = 0.325A
Ipri(rms) = (0.385 x 0.3252)0.5 = 0.202A
2
Where Ls is the secondary inductance and Dmax is the
duty cycle at Vin(min).
Selecting the VP3-0780:
D(max) = 0.625/1.625 = 0.385
Ls = 63.2μH
Io (boundary) = 5x10-6 x 5 x (1-0.385)2/
(2 x 63.2x10-6) = 0.075A
APPLICATION NOTES
Starting with the highest inductance value for the selected
VP size, calculate the output current at which current conduction is at the boundary between continuous and discontinuous.
For the VP3-0138 the Irms rating is 1.47A and the
Isat(base) is 0.59A both of which are sufficiently high
to meet the primary current requirements.
For discontinuous mode conduction:
First we need to calculate the average primary current:
As the boundary current is less than the maximum
output current the transformer is operating in continuous mode.
Ipri(avg)= (Vo x Io)/(Vin(min) x Efficiency)
(8)
Ipri(peak) = (2 x Ipri(avg))/D(max)
(9)
Calculating the peak and rms primary currents we can
determine if the selected Versa-Pac meets the specified
requirements.
Ipri(rms) = ((Ipri(peak)2 x D(max))/3)0.5
(10)
You can now check these results against the Isat and
Irms ratings, bearing in mine that the actual Isat rating:
For Continuous mode conduction:
= (6 x Isat(base))/Number of windings driven
(11)
Peak Primary Current:
Ipri(peak) = Nsec/Npri x (1/1-D(max))
x Io + (Vin(min) x Ts x D(max))/2 x Lpri
(4)
The number of windings driven for a flyback transformer
is the number of series windings used to make up the primary. So for two series primary windings the rated Isat is
actually 3 times Isat(base).
Where Lpri is the primary inductance.
Finally, calculate the maximum rms secondary current,
In order to calculate the rms primary current you first
need to calculate the primary current delta and average
peak.
For continuous mode:
Isec(rms) = ((1-D(max)) x (Io/(1-D(max)))2)0.5
ΔIpri = (Vin(min) x D(max) x Ts)/Lpri
(12)
(5)
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For discontinuous mode:
Isec(rms) = ((1-D(max))/3 x (Isec(peak))2)0.5
(13)
Where, referring to equation 9:
Isec(peak) = Ipri(peak) x Npri/Nsec
Split +/-12V Supply
Using a secondary center tap allows the winding to be
configured for positive and negative outputs. Extra windings are paralleled with the primary and secondary windings in order handle more current and reduce losses.
(14)
Isec(rms) = ((1-0.385) x (1/(1-0.385))2)0.5 = 1.275A
APPLICATION NOTES
The VP3-0138 has an Irms(base) rating of 1.47A
Examples:
SLIC Power Supply
By connecting three secondary windings in series much
higher output voltages can be achieve, in this example
each secondary winding has a -24V output therefore providing the -48V and -72V supplies required in SLIC applications.
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Using the Versa-Pac as a Forward Converter Transformer
Although the data used in the Power v. Frequency curve
was derived using a flyback topology, as a guide to
Versa-Pac size requirements, it still holds true for unipolar
forward converters.
Calculate the turns ratio for a duty cycle (D) of 0.25 using
the equation;
Vo/Vin(nom) = D x Nsec/Npri
(1)
Where Nsec is the number of secondary windings and
Npri is the number of primary windings, Npri/Nsec is the
turns ratio which must be rounded to the nearest achievable value (i.e. 0.5, 0.667, 1, 1.5, 2, 3 etc).
Single Ended Forward Converter Design Procedure
3.3/48 = Nsec/Npri x (0.25)
Npri/Nsec = (48x0.25)/3.3 = 3.6
Rounding down, Npri/Nsec = 3
In order to design a forward converter transformer using
the Versa-Pac the following information is required: nominal, minimum and maximum input voltages (Vin(nom),
Vin(min) & Vin(max)), output voltage (Vo), output current
(Io) and switching frequency (Fs).
Vin(nom) and 0.25 duty cycle are used only as a starting
point, it is possible that using Vin(min) with lower or high
duty cycles you may achieve a more suitable turns ratio.
Note: Maximum duty cycle for most unipolar forward converters is 0.5.
For the purpose of our example let’s take the following
values:
Calculate the maximum duty cycle for Vin(min) using
equation 1 and the calculated turns ratio rounded up or
down to the nearest achievable value.
Vo = 3.3V, Io = 5A, Vin(min) = 40V, Vin(nom)=48V ,
Vin(max) = 56V and Fs = 250kHz
Using the graph for unipolar (Flyback) Power v Frequency
from the data sheet select the required Versa-Pac size by
reading off your required output power and operating frequency.
Unipolar (Flyback) Power vs Frequency
3.3/40 = 1/3 x (D)
(3.3 x 3)/40 = D
D(max) = 0.2475
Calculate the primary volt-seconds product using the following equation:
Primary Vs = D(max) x Ts x Vin(min)
Where Ts = 1/Fs
40.0
APPLICATION NOTES
The Versa-Pac range of transformers is one of the many
products manufactured under the Cooper Coiltronics®
brand of power magnetics from Cooper Bussmann.
Versa-Pac is available in five sizes and is suitable for a
maximum switching frequency of 500kHz and power
levels up to 30W, for single ended topologies, or 60W for
bipolar applications. The VP series was designed,
primarily, for low voltage applications typically 3.3V, 5V
and 12V. With the addition of the VPH products to the
range the Versa-Pac can now be used for 24V, 48V and,
at higher frequencies, even 120V applications. Each
transformer has six identical windings that can be
configured in series and parallel to produce the required
transformer design, the isolation between these windings
is 500Vdc. Full product data is available on our website:
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(2)
35.0
30.0
This value should be less than the rated primary Voltμsec, if the primary uses one winding the rated Volt-μsec
is the same as Volt-μsec(Base). If the primary is two
windings in series then the rating is then 2 x Voltμsec(Base) and for 3 series windings 3 x Volt-μsec(Base)
etc. If the Volt-μsec rating can not be achieved using the
selected Versa-Pac size then you will need to select a
larger size or increase the switching frequency.
VP 5
Watts
25.0
20.0
VP 4
15.0
VP 3
10.0
VP 2
5.0
0.0
100
VP 1
200
300
400
Frequency, kHz
500
Primary Vs = 0.2475 x 1/250x103 x 40 = 39.6Vμsec
At 250kHz and 16.5W this gives a VP5 size.
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The VP5 has a Volt-μsec(Base) of 65.6Vμsec, multiplying this by 3 gives a rating of 196.8Vμsec. So the VP5
easily meets the volt-seconds requirements.
APPLICATION NOTES
If the required volt-seconds rating can’t be achieved you
can reduce the required rating by increasing the switching
frequency. Alternatively you can recalculate the turns ratio
using Vin(max) or a high duty cycle as this may increase
the number of series primary windings.
Starting with the highest inductance value for the selected
VP, calculating the rms primary currents we can determine if the selected Versa-Pac meets the specified
requirements.
In order to calculate the rms primary current you first
need to calculate the peak current.
Ipri(peak) = Nsec/Npri x (Io + ΔIo/2) + Imag(peak) (3)
Where:
Imag(peak) = (Vin(min) x Ts x D(max))/Lpri
(4)
Primary rms current:
Ipri(rms) = (D(max) x (Ipri(avg-pk))2)0.5
(5)
Where:
Ipri(avg-pk) = (Ipri(peak) + (Ipri(peak) Imag(peak)))/2
(6)
Isec(peak) = 1.81 x 3 = 5.43A
Isec(rms) = (0.248 x ((5 + 5.43)/2)2)0.5 = 2.6A
The rms current rating, Irms(base), for the VP5-1200
is 2.08A. In order to achieve the required rms current
rating at least two parallel windings must be used to
make up the secondary. For improved efficiency it
would be normal practice to use both the spare windings and have a secondary made up of three parallel
windings.
Transformer Reset
In a practical single ended forward converter design you
need to consider how transformer reset is going to be
achieved. During the switch ‘ON’ period current proportional to the output current plus the magnetizing current
flow in the primary winding, the magnetizing current must
be reset to zero during the switch ‘OFF’ period in order to
prevent converter failure. This can be achieved in a
number of ways, figure 1 shows a method that uses an
auxiliary primary winding connected in anti-phase to the
main primary. This additional winding acts in flyback
mode during the switch ‘OFF’ period recovering the
magnetizing energy in to the supply rail.
Assuming ΔIo is set to 10% of Io max, which is achieved
by selection of the correct output inductor value (see
application note EUA001). Using a VP5-1200, the L(base)
is 76.8μH therefore:
Imag(peak) = (40 x 1/250x103 x 0.248)/
32 x 76.8 x10-6= 0.0574A
Ipri(peak) = 1/3 x (5 + (0.5/2) + 0.0574 = 1.81A
Ipri(avg-pk) = (1.81 + (1.81 – 0.0574))/2 = 1.78A
Ipri(rms) = (0.248 x 1.782)0.5 = 0.89A
Figure 1
The rms current rating, Irms(base), for the VP5-1200
is 2.08A
Finally, calculate the maximum rms secondary current,
Isec(rms) = (D(max) x (Io + Isec(peak)/2)2)0.5
(7)
For Versa-Pac designs this method limits the converter
maximum duty cycle to 50% and also reduces the number of possible configurations, as only 5 windings will be
available. Figure 2 shows a simple way of resetting the
transformer using an resistor-capacitor-diode (RCD) network which allows all 6 windings to be used when configuring the transformer.
Where, referring to equation 3:
Isec(peak) = Ipri(peak) x Npri/Nsec
(8)
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APPLICATION NOTES
Figure 2
Figure 3
Using an RCD reset network has a number of advantages, it reduces the voltage stress on the switch, it limits
turn off voltage spike and permits operation at greater
than 50% duty cycle. Figure 3 shows a reset method for a
dual switch topology, this method allows the primary
winding to operate in flyback mode with the current flowing through the two recovery diodes. This technique is
similar to that shown in figure 1, the advantages of this
topology include reduced voltage rating requirement for
the switches and no requirement for an auxiliary primary
winding.
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Power Inductors Improve Reliability in High Temperature Designs
First calculate the needed inductance value:
V = L * dI/dt where:
V = Vin - Vout (voltage across the inductor)
dT = On time of drive = Vout/Vin/frequency
ΔI = Chosen above to be 20%
APPLICATION NOTES
Calculate the required inductance:
L = V * dt / ΔI = (12-5)*(12/5/600k)/(0.2*4.5)
L= 4.8 μH
Choose 4.7 μH, the nearest standard value
Recalculate ripple current at 23% using 4.7 μH
Second determine peak to peak flux density, Bp-p:
Bp-p = K * L * ΔI where:
The Cooper Coiltronics® brand of High Current FP3™
power inductors from Cooper Bussmann is designed for
high density, medium current applications using a high
temperature iron powder core material. These inductors
do not exhibit the thermal aging issue frequently
associated with iron powder core inductors. In fact the
FP3 core is rated for 200°C without thermal degradation.
The FP3 family is rated for 155°C operation. The
calculations below will allow users to take advantage of
this high temperature capability.
5V
4.5A
12V
Input
K: K-factor from the adjacent table
L: Inductance μH
ΔI: Peak to peak ripple current (Amps)
Bp-p = 105*4.7*0.23*4.5 = 510 Gauss
Part Number
FP3-R10
FP3-R20
FP3-R47
FP3-R68
FP3-1R0
FP3-1R5
FP3-2R0
FP3-3R3
FP3-4R7
FP3-8R2
FP3-150
K-factor
803
482
344
268
219
185
161
127
105
78
59
PWM
In this example, a buck regulator will be used to convert
a 12V input to a 5V output with a load current of 4.5A.
The operating frequency was chosen to be 600 kHz to
reduce the size of the filter components, while still maintaining good efficiency. The converter is designed to
have 20% ripple current, so a relatively low ESR output
filter capacitor will be used, as is typical in switching
power supplies.
Next determine the total losses in the inductor:
Total losses = DC loss + AC loss
DC loss = I2 *DCR = 4.52 * 0.040 = 0.81 W
(DCR from FP3 datasheet)
AC loss from table at Bp-p of 510 = 0.15 W
Total Loss = DC loss + AC loss = 0.96W
Finally determine the temperature rise.
Total loss = 0.96W, using the table,
Temperature rise is 80°C
Assuming an ambient temperature of 70°C,
The temperature of the inductor is
T = 70 +75 = 150°C
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Note the data assumes no cooling airflow. Cooling will reduce the temperature of the inductor.
The FP3 is rated for 155°C operation.
FP3 AC Loss at Frequency, kHz
200
300
400
500
600
700
APPLICATION NOTES
CoreLoss (W)
CoreLoss vs. Flux Density
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
0.40
0.30
0.20
0.10
0.00
250
800
900
1000
500
750
1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250
B p-p (Gauss)
Temperature Rise (C)
Temperature Rise vs. Watt Loss
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0.12
0.24
0.36
0.48
0.61
0.73
0.85
0.97
1.09
1.21
1.33
1.45
1.57
Total Loss (W)
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Switching Regulator Inductor Design
In switching regulator applications the inductor is used as
an energy storage device, when the semiconductor
switch is on the current in the inductor ramps up and
energy is stored. When the switch turns off this energy is
released into the load, the amount of energy stored is
given by;
mise between inductor and capacitor size a ripple current
value of 10-30% of maximum inductor current should be
chosen. This also means that the current in the inductor
will be continuous for output currents greater that 5-15%
of full load.
Inductor Selection for Buck Converters
Energy = 1/2L.I2
(Joules)
(1)
When selecting an inductor for a Buck converter, as with
all switching regulators, you will need to define or calculate the following parameters:
APPLICATION NOTES
Where L is the inductance in Henrys and I is the peak
value of inductor current.
The amount by which the current changes during a
switching cycle is known as the ripple current and is
defined by the equation;
V1 = L.di/dt
• Maximum input voltage
• Output voltage
• Switching frequency
• Maximum ripple current
• Duty cycle
(2)
Where V1 is the voltage across the inductor, di is the ripple current and dt is the duration for which the voltage is
applied. From this we can see that the value of ripple current is dependent upon the value of inductance.
Choosing the correct value of inductance is important in
order to obtain acceptable inductor and output capacitor
sizes and sufficiently low output voltage ripple.
Buck Inductor
I load
dI
I Inductor
1
For the example shown in figure 2 lets assume a switching frequency of 250kHz, input voltage range of
12V±10% and a max ripple current of 220mA.
Switch
Input Voltage
12 V
Buck Inductor
Freewheeling
Diode
5V
Output
Voltage
Output
Cap
Vout
2
ESR
Figure 2
0
Figure 1
As can be seen from figure 1 inductor current is made up
of AC and DC components, because the AC component
is high frequency it will flow through the output capacitor
as it has a low HF impedance. This will produce a ripple
voltage due to the capacitor ‘equivalent series resistance’
(ESR) that will appear at the output of the switching regulator. This ripple voltage needs to be sufficiently low as
not to effect the operation of the circuit the regulator is
supplying, normally in the order of 10-500mVpk-pk.
Selecting the correct ripple current also impacts on the
size of inductor and output capacitor, the capacitor will
need to have a sufficiently high ripple current rating or it
will overheat and dry out. In order to get a good compro-
For an input voltage of 13.2V the duty cycle will be:
D = Vo/Vi = 5/13.2 = 0.379
(3)
Where Vo is the output voltage and Vi is the input voltage.
Voltage across the inductance:
V1 = Vi - Vo = 8.2V
V1 = - Vo
= -5V
when the switch is on
when the switch is off
(4)
(5)
Require inductance:
L = V1.dt/di = (8.2 x 0.379/250 x 103)/0.22
L = 56.5μH
(6)
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Inductor Selection for Boost Converters
Inductor Selection for Buck-Boost Converters
(including Cuk & SEPIC)
In order to calculate the require value of inductance for
a Boost converter we follow the same procedure as
described for the Buck converter, the difference being that
the equations for duty cycle and inductor voltage change.
Taking maximum input voltage as 5.5V, switching
frequency as 100kHz and maximum ripple current as
0.1A.
Diode
Boost Inductor
The procedure shown here is for the Cuk converter but it
applies equally well to the SEPIC and the single inductor
Buck-Boost topologies. Initially we will consider the circuit
utilizing two separate inductors of equal value and then
look at some of the advantages of using coupled inductors.
For this example we shall use a switching frequency of
200kHz and a maximum ripple current of 200mA.
-12V
Input Voltage
5V
Switch
Output
Cap
12V
Output
Voltage
Figure 3
Duty cycle:
D = 1 – (Vi/Vo) = 1 – (5.5/12) = 0.542
Inductor Voltage:
V1 = Vi = 5.5V
V1 = Vo – Vi = 6.5V
when the switch is on
when the switch is off
(7)
(8)
(9)
Using equation 6, inductance:
L = (5.5 x 0.542/100 x 103)/0.1
L = 298μH
One thing to note about the Boost converter topology is
that, unlike the Buck converter, inductor current does not
continuously flow to the load. During the switch ‘on’ period
the inductor current flows to ground and the load current
is supplied from the output capacitor. This means that the
output capacitor must have sufficient energy storage
capability and ripple current rating in order to supply the
load current during this period.
Input 5-18V
Coupling
Cap
Inductor 2
Output Output
Cap Voltage
Switch
Diode
Figure 4
Duty cycle:
D = Vo/(Vo + Vi) = 12/(12+18) = 0.4
(10)
Inductor voltages:
V1 = Vi = 18V
V1 = Vo = 12V
(11)
(12)
when the switch is on
when the switch is off
APPLICATION NOTES
Inductor 1
Using equation 6, inductance:
L = (18 x 0.4/200 x 103)/0.2
L = 180μH
Both the SEPIC and Cuk topologies offer advantages
over the single inductor Buck-Boost design. Input current
is continuous resulting in lower peak values, drive circuit
requirements are simple due to switch location and the
use of a coupled inductor reduces the cost and PCB
space penalties of these topologies.
One thing to note when using coupled inductors, for the
total ripple current and total inductive energy stored to
remain the same the inductance of each winding should
be halved (for our example Lcouple = 90μH).
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Inductor Selection for SEPIC Designs
APPLICATION NOTES
The SEPIC (single-ended primary inductance converter)
in an increasingly popular topology, particularly in battery
powered applications, as the input voltage can be higher
or lower than the output voltage. This presents obvious
design advantages but for many engineers the circuit
operation and component selection is a mystery, for those
that understand the basics the addition of a coupled
inductor is an added complication. This article looks at the
operation of the SEPIC and compares the design procedure for two single winding inductors with a coupled
inductor approach.
Basic Operation
Figure 1 shows the simple circuit diagram for a SEPIC,
during the switch (SW) ON time the voltage across both
inductors is equal to Vin. This is obvious for L1, however it
is not so clear for L2. In order to understand this we first
need to look at the voltage across Cp, neglecting ripple
voltage, this voltage is constantly at the value of Vin. The
simplest way to see this is when the circuit is at equilibrium, under these conditions there is no DC voltage across
L1 or L2, so one side of the capacitor is at Vin and the
other at zero volts.
When the switch is ON capacitor Cp is connected in parallel with L2, hence the voltage across L2 is the same as
the capacitor voltage, -Vin. This in turn means that diode
D1 is reverse bias and the load current is being supplied
by capacitor Cout. During this period energy is being
stored in L1 from the input and in L2 from Cp.
equal to Vout, in order for this to be true the voltage at the
node of Cp and L1 must be Vin + Vout. This in turn
means that the voltage across L1 is (Vin+Vout) – Vin =
Vout.
Inductor Selection
First, let us look at the selection of two separate inductors
for L1 and L2 in the following example:
Input voltage (Vin) – 2.8V – 4.5V
Output (Vout & Iout) – 3.3V, 1A
Switching Frequency (Fs) – 250kHz
Efficiency - 90%
First we need to calculate the duty cycle;
D = Vout/(Vout + Vin)
The worst case condition for inductor ripple current is at
maximum input voltage so;
D = 3.3/(3.3 + 4.5) = 0.423
Normally, the output inductor is sized to ensure that the
inductor current is continuous at minimum load and that
the output voltage ripple does not affect the circuit that
the converter is powering. In this case we will assume a
20% minimum load thus allowing a 40% peak to peak ripple current in the output inductor L2.
Calculating the value of L2;
Vin
L1
+
Cp
SW
D1
Vout
V = L di/dt
L2
Cout
Where V is the voltage applied to the inductor, L in the
inductance, di is the inductor peak to peak ripple current
and dt is the duration the voltage is applied for. Hence;
L = V.dt/di
Figure 1 - Simple SEPIC Circuit
When the switch turns off the current in L1 continues to
flow through Cp, D1 and into Cout and the load recharging Cp ready for the next cycle. The current in L2 also
flows into Cout and the load, ensuring that Cout is
recharged ready for the next cycle.
During this period the voltage across both L1 and L2 is
equal to Vout, once again this is fairly clear for L2 but no
so for L1. However we already know that the voltage
across Cp is equal to Vin and that the voltage on L2 is
dt = 1/Fs x D
dt = 1/(250 x 103) x 0.423 = 1.69 μs
V = Vin during the switch ON time so;
L2 = 4.5 x (1.69 x 10-6/0.4)
L2 = 19 μH
Using the nearest preferred value would lead to the
selection of a 22 μH inductor. It is common practice to
select the same value for both input and output inductors
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in SEPIC designs although when two separate parts are
being used it is not essential.
Having selected the inductance value we now need to
calculate the required RMS and peak current ratings for
both inductors.
For input inductor L1;
Irms = (Vout x Iout)/(Vin (min) * efficiency)
Irms = (3.3 x 1)/(2.8 x 0.9) = 1.31A
Although worst case ripple current is at maximum input
voltage the peak current is normally highest at the minimum input voltage.
From this it can be seen that by using a coupled inductor
the required inductance is halved. It is also important to
note that because the two winding are on the same core
they must be the same value. If they are not the voltage
across each winding will not be equal and Cp will act as a
short circuit to the difference.
Continuing with the example using an inductance value of
10μH we now need to calculate the worst case peak current requirement. We already know the RMS current in
each winding,
Input inductor RMS current = 1.31A
Output inductor RMS current = 1A
Ipeak = Iin + Iout + (0.5 x Iripple)
Iripple = (V.dt)/L
Iripple = (2.8 x 2.2 x 10-6)/22 x 10 -6 = 0.28A
Ipeak = 1.31 + 0.14 =1.45A
So a 22μH, 1.31Arms & 1.45Apk rated inductor is
required. For example the DR73-220 from Cooper
Coiltronics®, this part is 7.5mm square and 3.5mm high
with 1.62Arms and 1.67Apk current ratings.
For the output inductor L2
Irms = Iout = 1A
Iripple = (4.5 x 1.69 x 10-6)/22 x 10-6 = 0.346A
Ipeak = 1 + 0.173 = 1.173A
So a 22μH, 1Arms & 1.173Apk rated inductor is required,
which for simplicity could be the same DR73-220 inductor
used for L1.
Coupled Inductor Selection
When calculating the value for a coupled inductor you
need to bear in mind that all the current is effectively flowing in one inductor and that if the two windings are closely coupled the ripple current will be split equally between
them. So calculating the inductance value;
L = V.dt/di
APPLICATION NOTES
Ipeak = Irms + (0.5 x Iripple)
L = 4.5 x (1.69 x 10-6/0.8) = 9.5μH
Iripple = (2.8 x 2.2 x 10-6)/10 x 10-6 = 0.62A
Ipeak = 1.31 + 1 + 0.31 = 2.62A @ minimum input
voltage
So a 10μH coupled inductor with 2.31Arms and 2.62Apk
current ratings is required, for example DRQ74-100.
This part has the same 7.5mm square footprint as the
DR73-220 that was selected in the example using
separate inductors but is 4.35mm high.
Using a coupled inductor takes up less space on the
PCB and tends to be lower cost than two separate inductors. It also offers the option to have most of the inductor
ripple current flow in either the input or the output. This is
achieved by using a winding construction that positions
most of the leakage inductance in one winding, this will
cause most of the ripple current to appear in the opposite
winding. By doing this the need for input filtering can be
minimized or the output ripple voltage can be reduced to
very low levels when supplying sensitive circuits.
Cooper Bussmann offers a number of coupled inductor
options from the Cooper Coiltronics® range, including the
SDQ and DRQ series of shielded drum inductors and the
Econo-Pac and Octa-Pac range of toroid inductors. With
inductance values from 0.33μH to 1mH and sizes from
5.2mm 2 x 1.2mm high up to 12.5mm 2 x 8mm high
Cooper Coiltronics® offers one of the broadest ranges of
coupled inductor solutions.
From our earlier example the output ripple current needs
to be 0.4Apk-pk, so now we calculate for 0.8A as the
ripple current is split between the two windings
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APPLICATION NOTES
PoE Power Magnetics - Options and Trends
What is Power over Ethernet technology?
Ethernet enabled devices require both data connectivity
and a power supply. Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology allows Ethernet devices to receive power as well as
data over standard category 5 Ethernet cable. PoE is
governed by the standard defined in IEEE802.3af.
Specific details of the 802.3af standard are available
from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
at www.ieee.org. This article highlights an easy to use,
low cost Cooper Coiltronics® PoE power magnetic selection. In short, the PoE port allows a powered device (PD)
to draw up to 12.95W from the power-sourcing equipment (PSE). PSE controls the PoE port and it identifies
PDs via detection and classification before powering the
port. The big advantage of PoE is the elimination of the
nuisance “wall wart” power converters. In this case, the
need to install additional AC power outlets and connect
electrical wires to each terminal is eliminated. Only one
cable is needed for your appliance. PoE promises to create a new world of network appliances by saving space,
lower cost, easier maintenance and flexible installation.
What is Power over Ethernet application?
PoE is gaining in popularity and manufacturers already
have products on the market such as VoIP (Voice over
Internet Protocol) telephones, UPS, Wireless LAN
access points, Bluetooth access points, Network cameras, Building access systems, Time and attendance
systems, Retail point-of-information systems, Battery
chargers for mobile phones and PDAs, Vending
machines and Gaming machines.
Signal Pair 1
Signal Pair 2
1
8
RJ-45
Spare Pair 1
(Power)
Spare Pair 2
(Power)
Cooper Coiltronics Power Over Ethernet Transformer
and characteristics
In order to comply with IEEE802.3af PoE standard,
Powered Device (PD) must meet the isolation requirement. Dc-Dc converters solve the isolation problem.
Forward and Flyback switcher topologies can use
Cooper Coiltronics PoE transformers to isolate the PD’s
PoE interface from the rest of its circuitry while stepping
down the PoE input voltage to power the PD circuitry.
Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE)
(Switch/Router/Hub)
AC Power
Powered Device (PD)
(Modem/Display/Printer...)
Powered Device (PD)
(Modem/Display/Printer...)
Cooper Coiltronics PoE transformers support 1500VAC
isolation in the power converter with feedback voltage of
11V at 0.1A. Available in 4W, 7W and 13W, the transformers accept input voltage range from 29.5V to 60V
using a nominal 250KHz switching frequency. An EFD15
core is used in 4W and 7W transformers while an EFD17
core is used in the 13W transformers. The EFD17 is a
core developed by Cooper Bussmann to fit in between
the EFD15 and EFD20 core sizes, and allows a smaller
solution than most competitive devices for the same
output power. These components operate in ambient
temperatures between -40 and +85 degrees Celsius.
Due to the size, Cooper Coiltronics PoE transformers
can handle DC current of PoE and are rated for
operating temperatures up to 125 degrees Celsius.
Cooper Coiltronics PoE transformers feature split primary and secondary windings to minimize leakage inductance – minimizing the result of imperfect magnetic linking of one winding to another. These components allow
multiple output variations. 3.3V and 5V PoE transformers
support three outputs while 12V transformers support
two outputs. Each of them has same output current
and voltage. Alternately, the isolated windings can be
combined in series to produce additional voltage
combinations.
PoE13W3VERS has three different outputs, 7V, 3.3V
and 1.8V respectively. These outputs can be connected
in series to produce a converter with 1.8V, 5.1V and
12.1V from the same transformer. The series configuration produces optimal cross regulation between outputs.
PoE13W2VERS has two different outputs, 5V and 3.3V.
VERS refers to the Cooper Coiltronics Versa-Pac® prod-
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uct lines that offer more than 500 usable inductor or
transformer configurations. The same concept has been
used in the PoE transformer family. Connecting the
windings in parallel will increase the current carrying
capability while connecting in series will increase the
output voltage. These components provide flexibility in
the design to connect the winding in series or parallel,
and thereby achieving higher voltage or current.
Conclusion
With the introduction of the IEEE Power over Ethernet
standard, the advantages of easy installation and
robustness of a powered network has quickly lead to
the introduction of many new network appliances. Higher
power devices demand the same advantage, since
reducing cost is always a driver for implementing new
technology. As a key player manufacturing power
magnetics, Cooper Coiltronics offers a series of
standard PoE products suitable to use in Dc-Dc
converters. Samples are available upon request
and the datasheet is available in the website:
www.cooperbussmann.com.
APPLICATION NOTES
Future trend- High Power over Ethernet (HPoE)
The current IEEE802.3af standard is restricted to low
power devices but the demand to standardize high
power PoE is increasing. A standard capable with double
the power limit of 13W on a 48V input was proposed.
High Power over Ethernet needs same level of safety,
reliability and should be backwards compatibility with the
IEEE 802.3af standard. Cooper Coiltronics is also
introducing 26W HPoE transformers. Due to power
and efficiency requirements, Forward converters with
synchronous
rectification are used. A gate drive winding will be
provided on the secondary side. The operating frequency
is 300KHz - available in 3.3V and 5V outputs. The new
standard delivers power to laptops, advanced network
cameras, videophone, flat screen monitor and other
high power consumption Ethernet devices.
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APPLICATION NOTES
High Current Inductors for DC-DC Converters
efficient power to high current low voltage processors
with fast transient response. High frequency switching
translates back to increased FET losses as the major
contributor to switching loss. The combined DC and AC
loss in inductors is the next highest contributor of power
loss. A roadmap of modern CPU’s shows that processor
current will keep increasing up to 200Amps by 2006
(5 phases, 40A/phase). High current inductors can
positively impact the overall system’s efficiency by up
to 2%. A well packaged high current inductor: provides
higher energy density and low loss (Core and Copper
loss) and can be available in both THT and SMT which
brings flexibility to chipset developers.
State-of-the-art power supply design of DC-DC
converters requires maximum thermal efficiency, low
switching losses and platform scalability. Overall systems
efficiency can be improved by the advancements in
strategic power components. When striving for maximum
efficiency, low switching components losses and parasitic
inductance losses are critical. This is driven by increasing
performance requirements of new microprocessors
ranging from 10A to120A and starting 50nH.
High current inductors can be found in many DC-DC
converter applications such as:
• VRM (Multi-phase for Servers / Desktop /
Notebook computers)
• DDR Memory Power Supply(Synchronous
Buck and Multi-phase Converters)
• GPU Graphics cards (Buck and Multi-phase
Converters)
Voltage Regulators
PWM
Control
Multi-phase VRMs for High-End Desktops, Servers,
and Notebook Computers
The evolution of today’s microprocessors requires high
frequency synchronous buck converters to provide highly
Cooper Coiltronics®
Cooper Coiltronics brand magnetics from Cooper
Bussmann offer a wide variety of standard and
customized solutions. We specialized in inductors
and transformers for DC-DC power conversion and
switch-mode applications requiring high frequency
magnetics. Our products are used in many standard
topologies including:
• EMI/ Noise Filter: Common Mode and Series Mode
• Averaging Choke: Buck and Boost
• Coupled Inductors: Coupled Choke, Flyback, Sepic
The Cooper Coiltronics High Current and Flat-Pac inductor product lines provide an optimal mix of innovative
packaging, high efficiency and unbeatable reliability.
We invest in new technologies that deliver superior
performance by providing high power density and
reduced inductor size when compared to conventional
solutions. Core and conductor losses become more
critical as higher switching frequencies are used. Our
designs utilize low loss core materials, new and custom
core shapes in combination with innovative construction
and packaging to provide power supply designers with
the highest performance parts available in the market.
Summary
Cooper Coiltronics magnetic component solutions deliver
high performance, innovative packaging, scalability and
unbeatable reliability. Our wide variety of High Current
and Flat-Pac inductors are specifically developed for
today and tomorrow’s DC-DC converters. For all your
high current inductor and transformer needs,
Cooper Coiltronics is your best power magnetics
solution partner.
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Magnetics Design Specification Form
Company:
Application:
Contact:
Sales Contact:
Date:
Address:
Sample Quantity:
Phone:
Target Cost:
Fax:
Email:
Standard
Geometry
䡺 ER 11/5-SG1
䡺 EE 8.3-SG6
Topology
䡺 Buck
䡺 Forward
Estimated Annual Quantity:
䡺 ER 14.5/6-SG2
䡺 EF 12.6-SG7
䡺 EFD 15-SG3
䡺 EE 13-SG8
䡺 Boost
䡺 Gate Drive
Frequency Range:
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䡺 SEE 16-SG9
䡺 Flyback
䡺 SEPIC
䡺 EFD 20-SG5
䡺 Coupled inductor
䡺 Common Mode
䡺 Continuous
䡺 Discontinuous
Input Voltage:
Power:
DESIGN PRIORITY
Output Voltage (s) @ Continuous Current:
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䡺
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䡺
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䡺
Input Switch Current (Ipk):
Max Ambient Temp:
DC Resistance (DCR):
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Specify mounting pad or hole dimensions below.
Height:
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Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-2
Aerogel Supercapacitors - A Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-4
PowerStor’s A Series Aerogel Capacitors are unique, ultra-low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance) cylindrical
devices based on a novel type of carbon foam, known as carbon aerogel. These ultra-low ESR A Series cylindrical
devices are specifically designed for low-duty cycle, high rate pulse power applications.
Aerogel Supercapacitors - B Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-6
PowerStor’s B Series are ultra-high capacitance cylindrical supercapacitors designed to complement the original
ultra-low ESR A Series. The B Series have three times the capacitance of the A Series by volume but only two
times the ESR. This combination of ultra-high capacitance and low ESR makes the B Series extremely
versatile for a wide range of high-duty cycle, high rate and main power applications.
Aerogel Supercapacitors - P Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-8
PowerStor’s P Series Aerogel Capacitors are designed for 5 volt applications. These devices have ESR values up
to several orders of magnitudes lower than traditional 5V memory backup devices and as a result can also be used in
pulse power and hold-up power applications. P Series supercapacitors are radial leaded devices and available in
vertical and horizontal configurations.
Aerogel Supercapacitors - KR Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-10
NEW
PowerStor’s KR series are high capacitance 5.5V devices that utilize coin cell construction. These devices are
available in horizontal, vertical and cylindrical package styles and are designed for low current memory and RTC
backup applications.
Aerogel Supercapacitors - F Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-13
PowerStor’s F series are unique ultra-thin, flat supercapacitors. PowerStor was the first in the world to
commercialize these supercapacitors. Their design is ideal for space-constrained applications, including PCMCIA
cards, hand-held devices, and hybrid battery-supercapacitor packs. F Series supercapacitors are custom designed
with high energy density or ultra-low ESR to meet each different application’s requirements.
Custom Product Offering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-15
When a standard supercapacitor is not sufficient, PowerStor offers custom product design to meet an
application’s specific requirements. PowerStor has the capability to custom design through rapid prototyping
new supercapacitors by modifying their size and shape, ESR, capacitance, voltage or temperature capabilities.
Design Guides
Application Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-16
Measurement Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-20
Aerogel Supercapacitor Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-22
Marketing Bulletins
Design Considerations In Selecting Aerogel Supercapacitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-24
Aerogel Supercapacitor Provide Both High Energy and High Power Capability . . . . . . .Page PS-26
Customer / Application Information Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page PS-30
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Product Overview
Product Overview
Superior Supercapacitor Technology
• Based on novel Aerogel carbon foam
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Broad Standard Product Line
• Cylindrical and prismatic packages
• High power (low ESR) and high energy
Custom Product Capabilities
• Application specific designs
• Size and shape, capacitance, ESR, voltage, temperature
Applications
Pulse Power
•
•
•
•
•
Low duty cycle pulse power
Hybrid battery-supercapacitor systems
Valve/solenoid actuation, HVAC controls
Radio transceivers, GSM/GPRS devices
Automated meters, portable printers
Bridge (or Hold-up) Power
•
•
•
•
•
Portable data terminals
Tape drives
Set top gaming devices
Infusion pumps
Automotive, avionics, military and medical
Main Power
• Toys
• Solar charged devices (lighting, signaling,
remote monitoring systems)
• Uninterruptible power systems
Memory Backup
• Microprocessor and micro-controller backup
• RAM / SRAM memory protection
• Real time clock (RTC) backup
Features
Benefits
Low ESR
High discharge power / rate capability
High capacitance
Long runtime / high energy density
Stable materials
Long life over wide temperature range
Static charge / discharge process; no chemical reactions
Nearly infinite cycle life
Series / parallel configurations
Higher voltage and energy than individual supercapacitors
Supercapacitor properties can be tailored
Custom for specific energy / power requirement
Custom packaging
Meet most mechanical requirements
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Product Code
Key Features
Key Benefits
Capacitance
ESR
Voltage (Nominal)
Temperature
A Series
Ultra-low ESR
(Resistance)
Very High
pulse power
capability
0.47 to 4.7F
0.025 to
0.150 Ohms
2.5V
-25°C to 70°C
B Series
High energy
density
Long
run-time
capability
0.22 to 50F
0.025 to
3 Ohms
2.5V
-25°C to 70°C
P Series
Higher
Voltage
Designed
for 5V
applications
0.1 to 1F
As low as
0.2 Ohms
5V
-25°C to 70°C
High energy
density &
higher voltage
Long back-up
time in 5V
applications
0.1 to 1.5F
30 to
75 Ohms
5.5V
-25°C to 70°C
Polymer-foil
laminate
packaging
Fits into space
constrained
applications as
thin as 2mm
0.33F
0.250 Ohms
3.6V
-20°C to 60°C
KR Series
F Series
Product Overview
Product Overview
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Aerogel Supercapacitors
A Series
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
The PowerStor® Aerogel Capacitor is a unique,
ultra-high capacitance device based on a novel type
of carbon foam, known as carbon aerogel. Aerogel capacitors
are similar to supercapacitors, ultracapacitors and
electrochemical double layer capacitors (EDLCs) with the
added benefit of low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance).
Aerogel Supercapacitors - A Series
Features & Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
Applications
Very low ESR
Low leakage current
Long cycle life
High useable capacity
Very high specific capacitance
also available (B Series)
•
•
•
•
•
Pulse power
Hold-up power
DC/DC converters
Hybrid battery packs
Valve / solenoid actuation
CYLINDRICAL DEVICE
SPECIFICATIONS
Working Voltage
2.5 volts
Surge Voltage
3.0 volts
Nominal Capacitance Range
0.47 to 4.7 F
Capacitance Tolerance
-20% to +80% (20°C)
Operating Temperature Range
-25°C to 70°C
STANDARD PRODUCTS
Nominal
Capacitance
(F)
0.47
Part
Number
A0820-2R5474-R
Nominal ESR
(Equivalent Series Resistance)
Measured @ 1kHz (Ω)
0.150
Nominal Dimensions
Typical Mass
(grams/1 piece)
1.0
Ø = 8 mm; L = 20 mm
1.8
A1020-2R5105-R
0.090
Ø = 10 mm; L = 20.5 mm
2.6
1.5
A1030-2R5155-R
0.060
Ø = 10 mm; L = 30 mm
3.8
4.7
A1635-2R5475-R
0.025
Ø = 16 mm; L = 35 mm
10.7
PERFORMANCE
Parameter
Capacitance Change
(% of initial measured value)
ESR
(% of initial specified value)
Life (1000 hrs @ 70°C @ 2.5 volts DC)
≤ 30
≤ 300
Storage - Low and High Temperature
≤ 30
≤ 300
(1000 hrs @ -25°C and 70°C)
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Aerogel Supercapacitors
A Series
DIMENSIONS (mm)
Part Number
A0820-2R5474-R
A1020-2R5105-R
A1030-2R5155-R
A1635-2R5475-R
D
8.0
10.0
10.0
16.0
D'
L
8.5
20.5
10.5
21.8
10.5
31.0
16.5
37.5
Maximum
L'
21.0
22.3
31.5
38.0
F
3.5
5.0
5.0
7.5
± 0.5
d'
0.50
0.60
0.60
0.80
± 0.02
C
C'
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
Minimum
Note: Longer lead is positive
F±0.5
ØD
ØD'
C'
C
Aerogel Supercapacitors - A Series
L'
L
Ød'
PVC SLEEVE
VENT
PART NUMBERING SYSTEM
A
Series
Code
B = Very
Low ESR
Dimensions (mm)
Diameter
-
2
R
5
Voltage (V)
R is decimal
Length
PACKAGING INFORMATION
Standard packaging: Bulk, 100 units per package.
Special packaging available upon request. Contact
factory.
Capacitance (μF)
Value
2R5 = 2.5V
Multiplier
Example:
475 = 47 x 105 μ F or 4.7 F
PART MARKING
Manufacturer
Capacitance (F)
Max. Operating Voltage (V)
Series Code (or part number)
Polarity Marking
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Aerogel Supercapacitors
B Series
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
The PowerStor® Aerogel Capacitor is a unique,
ultra-high capacitance device based on a novel type of carbon foam, known as carbon aerogel. Aerogel capacitors are
similar to supercapacitors, ultracapacitors and electrochemical double layer capacitors (EDLCs) with the added benefit
of low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance).
Features & Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
Applications
High specific capacitance
Very low ESR
Low leakage currents
Long cycle life
Ultra low ESR also available (A Series)
•
•
•
•
Main power
Hybrid battery packs
Hold-up power
Pulse power
CYLINDRICAL DEVICE
SPECIFICATIONS
Working Voltage
2.5 volts
Surge Voltage
3.0 volts
Nominal Capacitance Range
0.22 to 100 F
Capacitance Tolerance
-20% to +80% (20°C)
Operating Temperature Range
-25°C to 70°C
Aerogel Supercapacitors - B Series
STANDARD PRODUCTS
Nominal
Capacitance
(F)
0.22
1.0
1.5
2.2
3.3
4.7
6.8
10
22
33
50
100
Part
Number
B0510-2R5224-R
B0810-2R5105-R
B1010-2R5155-R
B0820-2R5225-R
B1020-2R5335-R
B0830-2R5475-R
B1030-2R5685-R
B1325-2R5106-R
B1635-2R5226-R
B1835-2R5336-R
B1840-2R5506-R
B1860-2R5107-R
Nominal ESR
(Equivalent Series Resistance)
Measured @ 1kHz (Ω)
3
0.400
0.300
0.200
0.150
0.150
0.100
0.060
0.040
0.030
0.025
0.020
Nominal Dimensions
Ø = 5 mm;
Ø = 8 mm;
Ø = 10 mm;
Ø = 8 mm;
Ø = 10 mm;
Ø = 8 mm;
Ø = 10 mm;
Ø = 13 mm;
Ø = 16 mm;
Ø = 18 mm;
Ø = 18 mm;
Ø = 18 mm;
Typical Mass
(grams/1 piece)
L = 11 mm
L = 13 mm
L = 12.5 mm
L = 20 mm
L = 20.5 mm
L = 30 mm
L = 30 mm
L = 26 mm
L = 35 mm
L = 35 mm
L = 40 mm
L = 60 mm
0.54
1.2
1.9
1.5
2.8
2.6
3.9
5.6
11.0
13.5
14.7
22.0
PERFORMANCE
Parameter
Capacitance Change
(% of initial measured value)
ESR
(% of initial specified value)
Life (1000 hrs @ 70°C @ 2.5 volts DC)
≤ 30
≤ 300
Storage - low and high temperature
≤ 30
≤ 300
(1000 hrs @ -25°C and 70°C)
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Aerogel Supercapacitors
B Series
DIMENSIONS (mm)
Part Number
B0510-2R5224-R
B0810-2R5105-R
B1010-2R5155-R
B0820-2R5225-R
B1020-2R5335-R
B0830-2R5475-R
B1030-2R5685-R
B1325-2R5106-R
B1635-2R5226-R
B1835-2R5336-R
B1840-2R5506-R
B1860-2R5107-R
D
5.0
8.0
10.0
8.0
10.0
8.0
10.0
13.0
16.0
18.0
18.0
18.0
D'
L
5.5
11.5
8.5
13.0
10.5
13.9
8.5
20.5
10.5
21.8
8.5
30.5
10.5
31.0
13.5
27.9
16.5
37.5
18.5
37.5
18.5
41.5
18.5
59.5
Maximum
L'
12.0
13.5
14.4
21.0
22.3
31.0
31.5
28.4
38.0
38.0
42.0
60.0
F
2.0
3.5
5.0
3.5
5.0
3.5
5.0
5.0
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
± 0.5
d'
0.50
0.50
0.60
0.50
0.60
0.50
0.60
0.60
0.80
0.80
0.80
0.80
± 0.02
C
C'
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
20.0
5.0
Minimum
Note: Longer lead is positive
C'
F±0.5
C
ØD
ØD'
L'
L
Ød'
PVC SLEEVE
Aerogel Supercapacitors - B Series
VENT
PART NUMBERING SYSTEM
B
Series
Code
B = High
Capacitance
Dimensions (mm)
Diameter
-
2
R
5
Voltage (V)
R is decimal
Length
PACKAGING INFORMATION
Standard packaging: Bulk, 100 units per package.
Special packaging available upon request. Contact
factory.
Capacitance
Value
2R5 = 2.5V
Multiplier
Example:
475 = 47 x 105 μ F or 4.7 F
PART MARKING
Manufacturer
Capacitance (F)
Max. Operating Voltage (V)
Series Code (or part number)
Polarity Marking
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Aerogel Supercapacitors
P Series
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
The PowerStor® Aerogel Capacitor is a unique,
ultra-high capacitance device based on a novel type of
carbon foam, known as carbon aerogel. Aerogel capacitors
are similar to supercapacitors, ultracapacitors and
electrochemical double layer capacitors (EDLCs) with the
added benefit of low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance).
The P Series is available in an ultra-low ESR version, PA or
a low ESR but higher energy density version, PB.
LEADED DEVICE
SERIES
PA
PB
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Generic
5.0 volts
Low ESR
High capacitance
Long cycle life
Low leakage currents
APPLICATIONS
Specific
Ultra-low ESR
Low ESR with higher
energy density
Pulse power
Bridge or hold up power
Bridge or hold up power
Memory backup
Battery swap out
SPECIFICATIONS
Working Voltage
Surge Voltage
Nominal Capacitance Range
Capacitance Tolerance
Operating Temperature Range
5.0 volts
6.0 volts
0.1 to 1.0 F
-20% to +80% (20°C)
-25°C to 70°C
STANDARD PRODUCTS
LOW ESR (PB SERIES)
Nominal
Capacitance
(F)
0.1
0.47
1.0
Part
Number
PB-5R0V104-R
PB-5R0H104-R
PB-5R0V474-R
PB-5R0H474-R
PB-5R0V105-R
PB-5R0H105-R
Nominal ESR
(Equivalent Series Resistance)
Measured @ 1kHz (Ω)
10
Nominal Dimensions
Typical Mass
(grams/1 piece)
5.5 x 10.8 x 12.5 mm
1.1
2
8.5 x 16.8 x 14.0 mm
2.4
1
8.5 x 16.8 x 21.5 mm
3.5
ULTRA-LOW ESR (PA SERIES)
Aerogel Supercapacitors - P Series
0.22
0.47
PA-5R0V224-R
PA-5R0H224-R
PA-5R0V474-R
PA-5R0H474-R
0.30
8.5 x 16.8 x 21.5 mm
3.5
0.20
10.5 x 20.8 x 22.5 mm
5.4
PERFORMANCE
Parameter
Life (1000 hrs @ 70°C @ 5.0 volts DC)
Storage - Low and High Temperature
(1000 hrs @ -25°C and 70°C)
Capacitance Change
(% of initial measured value)
≤ 30
ESR
(% of initial specified value)
≤ 300
≤ 30
≤ 300
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Aerogel Supercapacitors
P Series
DIMENSIONS (mm)
Part Number
PB-5R0V104-R
PB-5R0H104-R
PB-5R0V474-R
PB-5R0H474-R
PB-5R0V105-R
PB-5R0H105-R
PA-5R0V224-R
PA-5R0H224-R
PA-5R0V474-R
PA-5R0H474-R
Tolerances
A
B
C
d’
D
D’
E
E’
F
P
6.0
11.3
13.0
0.5
20
15
25
20
2.0
7.3
9.0
17.3
14.5
0.5
20
15
25
20
2.0
11.8
9.0
17.3
22.0
0.5
20
15
25
20
2.0
11.8
9.0
17.3
22.0
0.5
20
15
25
20
2.0
11.8
11.0
21.3
23.0
0.6
20
15
25
20
2.0
5.3
Maximum
± 0.02
Minimum
± 0.5
Note: Longer lead is positive
B
B
C
F
C
A
A
d'
d'
C
C
A
A
D'
F
D
E'
P
E
P
P
VERTICAL
HORIZONTAL
PART NUMBERING SYSTEM
P
Series
Code
P = Pack
Version
A = Ultra-low ESR
- or B = High Capacitance
5
R
0
Voltage (V)
R is decimal
5R0 = 5.0V
PACKAGING INFORMATION
Standard packaging: Bulk, 100 units per package.
Larger bulk packages available upon request.
Configuration
V = Vertical
- or H = Horizontal
Capacitance (μF)
Value
Multiplier
Example:
474 = 47 x 104 μ F or 0.47 F
PART MARKING
Manufacturer
Capacitance (F)
Max. Operating Voltage (V)
Polarity Marking
Aerogel Supercapacitors - P Series
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Aerogel Supercapacitors - KR Series
Aerogel Supercapacitors
KR Series
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
The Cooper PowerStor® Aerogel Capacitor is a unique,
ultra-high capacitance device based on a novel type of carbon form, known as carbon aerogel. Aerogel capacitors are
similar to Supercapacitors, ultracapacitors and electrochemical double layer capacitor (EDLCs) with the added benefit of
low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance)
The KR series offers a wide range of high capacitance coin
cell style products for use in memory & RTC back-up applications. End products include computers, cameras, camcorders, telephones, printers, car stereos, CCTV, set top box
and PDP.
SPECIFICATIONS
Working Voltage
5.5 volts
Surge Voltage
6.3 volts
Nominal Capacitance Range
0.1 to 1.5 F
Capacitance Tolerance
-20% to +80% (20°C)
Operating Temperature Range
-25°C to 70°C
STANDARD PRODUCTS
Nominal
Capacitance
(F)
Part
Number
Nominal ESR
(Equivalent Series Resistance)
Measured @ 1kHz (Ω)
Nominal Dimensions
Typical Mass
(grams/1 piece)
0.1
KR-5R5V104-R
75
Ø=11.5mm; L=12.5mm; P=5mm
1.4
0.1
KR-5R5H104-R
75
Ø=11.5mm; L=5mm; P=10mm
1.4
0.1
KR-5R5C104-R
75
Ø=13.5mm; L=7.5mm; P=5mm
3.3
0.22
KR-5R5V224-R
75
Ø=11.5mm; L=12.5mm; P=5mm
1.4
0.22
KR-5R5H224-R
75
Ø=11.5mm; L=5mm; P=10mm
1.4
0.22
KR-5R5C224-R
75
Ø=13.5mm; L=7.5mm; P=5mm
3.3
0.33
KR-5R5V334-R
50
Ø=11.5mm; L=12.5mm; P=5mm
1.4
0.33
KR-5R5H334-R
50
Ø=11.5mm; L=5mm; P=10mm
1.4
0.33
KR-5R5C334-R
50
Ø=13.5mm; L=7.5mm; P=5mm
3.3
0.47
KR-5R5V474-R
50
Ø=11.5mm; L=12.5mm; P=5mm
1.4
0.47
KR-5R5H474-R
50
Ø=11.5mm; L=5mm; P=10mm
1.4
0.47
KR-5R5C474-R
50
Ø=13.5mm; L=7.5mm; P=5mm
3.3
1.0
KR-5R5V105-R
30
Ø=19mm; L=19.5mm; P=5mm
4.2
1.0
KR-5R5H105-R
30
Ø=19mm; L=6.5mm; P=20mm
4.2
1.0
KR-5R5C105-R
30
Ø=21.5mm; L=7.5mm; P=5mm
9.1
1.5
KR-5R5V155-R
30
Ø=19mm; L=19.5mm; P=5mm
4.2
1.5
KR-5R5H155-R
30
Ø=19mm; L=6.5mm; P=20mm
4.2
1.5
KR-5R5C155-R
30
Ø=21.5mm; L=7.5mm; P=5mm
9.1
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PERFORMANCE
Parameter
Capacitance Change
(% of initial measured value)
ESR
(% of initial specified value)
Life (1000 hrs @ 70°C @ 5.5 volts DC)
≤ 30
≤ 400
Storage - Low and High Temperature
≤ 30
≤ 400
Aerogel Supercapacitors - KR Series
Aerogel Supercapacitors
KR Series
(1000 hrs @ -25°C and 70°C)
DIMENSIONS (mm)
Part Number
ØD
H
P
KR-5R5V104-R
11.5
12.5
5
KR-5R5H104-R
11.5
5
10
KR-5R5C104-R
13.5
7.5
5
KR-5R5V224-R
11.5
12.5
5
KR-5R5H224-R
11.5
5
10
KR-5R5C224-R
13.5
7.5
5
KR-5R5V334-R
11.5
12.5
5
KR-5R5H334-R
11.5
5
10
KR-5R5C334-R
13.5
7.5
5
KR-5R5V474-R
11.5
12.5
5
KR-5R5H474-R
11.5
5
10
KR-5R5C474-R
13.5
7.5
5
KR-5R5V105-R
19
19.5
5
KR-5R5H105-R
19
6.5
20
KR-5R5C105-R
21.5
7.5
5
KR-5R5V155-R
19
19.5
5
KR-5R5H155-R
19
6.5
20
KR-5R5C155-R
21.5
7.5
5
For parts 0.1F to 0.47F
V type
H type
C type
ØD
H
3. 0±0.3 H
H
ØD
P
P
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For parts 1.0F to 1.5F
V type
H type
C type
H
H
Aerogel Supercapacitors - KR Series
Aerogel Supercapacitors
KR Series
PART NUMBERING SYSTEM
K
Series
Code
K = Coin
Cell
R
Version
R = Leaded
–
5
R
5
Voltage (V)
R is decimal
Configuration
5R5 = 5.5V
V = Vertical
H = Horizontal
C = Cylindrical
PACKAGING INFORMATION
Standard packaging: Bulk, 500 units per package.
For 0.1F to 0.47F 500 pcs/bag
–
R
Capacitance (μF)
Value
Multiplier
Example:
474 = 47 x 104 μF or 0.47 F
RoHS
Compliant
PART MARKING
Manufacturer
Capacitance (F)
Max. Operating Voltage (V)
Polarity Marking
For 1.0F to 1.5F 100 pcs/tray, 5 trays per box
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Aerogel Supercapacitors
F Series
Description
RoHS
2002/95/EC
The PowerStor® Aerogel Capacitor is a unique,
ultra-high capacitance device based on a novel type of
carbon foam, known as carbon aerogel. Aerogel capacitors
are similar to supercapacitors, ultracapacitors and
electrochemical double layer capacitors (EDLCs) with the
added benefit of low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance).
Features & Benefits
Applications – Low ESR
• High rate pulse applications
• Long cycle life
• GSM / GPRS applications
• Low leakage current
• PDA / Data Terminals
• Thin design
• Hybrid Battery-Capacitor packs
Aerogel Supercapacitors - F Series
• Ultra-low ESR
• High capacitance
SPECIFICATIONS
Working (nominal)
Working (maximum)
Surge
Operating @ 3.6 volts
Storage
Nominal
Tolerance
Voltage
Temperature Range
Capacitance
3.6 volts
4.2 volts
5.0 volts
-20°C to 60°C
-30°C to 75°C
0.33 F
-20% to +80% (25°C)
2A
Pulse Current (maximum)
CUSTOM PRODUCT
Nominal
Capacitance
(F)
Voltage
(V)
Part
Number
ESR (nominal @ 25°C)
Measured @ 1kHz (Ω)
Nominal
Dimensions
Typical Mass
(grams/1 piece)
0.33
3.6
FC-3R6334-R
0.250
2 x 17 x 40 mm
1.9
PERFORMANCE
Parameter
Capacitance Change
(% of initial specified value)
ESR Change
(% of initial specified value)
Life (1000 hrs @ 60°C @ 3.6 volts)
≤ 30 %
TBD
Storage - low and high temperature
≤ 30 %
TBD
(1000 hrs @ -30°C and 75°C)
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Aerogel Supercapacitors
F Series
Aerogel Supercapacitors - F Series
DRAWINGS (MM)
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
This device should not be put through a solder reflow process. Do not expose the body of the aerogel supercapacitor to either the soldering iron or melted solder. Minimize the time that the soldering iron is in direct contact with the leads of the aerogel supercapacitor. Use
appropriate heat sinking to minimize heat transfer to the aerogel supercapacitor.
PART NUMBERING SYSTEM
F
Series
Code
F=
Flat Pack
Series
C
Model
PACKAGING INFORMATION
Packaging: 200 pieces per tray
5 trays (1000 pieces) per box
-
3
R
Voltage (V)
R is decimal
3R6 = 3.6V
6
3
3
4
Capacitance (μ F)
Value
Multiplier
334 = 33 x 104 μ F
or 0.33 F
PART MARKING
Manufacturer Name
Series Code (or Part Number)
Polarity Marking
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Custom Product Offering
Description
Cooper Bussmann’s supercapacitor solutions, using
PowerStor’s carbon aerogel technology, offer the added benefit
of customization. Application specific supercapacitors can be
designed by modifying their size and shape, ESR (Equivalent
Series Resistance), capacitance, voltage or temperature
capability.
In the portable device market, many applications are space
constrained. Using thin aluminum-polymer laminate,
supercapacitors under 1mm thick are achievable. These F
Series supercapacitors are ideal for PCMCIA cards. Traditional
cylindrical can-style A and B Series supercapacitors are
available as well as larger, very high capacitance cylindrical
and prismatic supercapacitors.
Pulse discharge capability is important for many portable or
remote applications to power transmitters, activate solenoids
or valves, assist motors or to improve the high rate discharge
capability of a low power battery system. PowerStor’s carbon
aerogel supercapacitors can be modified to achieve very low
ESR providing high rate discharge capability. In applications
where capacitance is important but ultra-low ESR is not
required, the supercapacitor can be modified to provide
higher energy density with marginally higher ESR.
Features and Benefits
• Application specific designs
• Customized form factors to meet most mechanical
requirements
• Tailored capacitance, ESR, and temperature capability
• Series configurations for higher voltages
• Complete system solutions
Application Types
Some applications require a wider temperature range than the
standard –25°C to 70°C. For these industrial or specialized
applications, supercapacitors can be designed to meet a more
severe range of –40°C to 85°C.
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•
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•
PowerStor Aerogel Supercapacitors provide solutions for a
wide range of applications. With a variety of package types,
adjustable capacitance and ESR, higher voltage ratings and
wider temperature range capability, supercapacitors can be
designed to meet the requirements of most applications.
Application Segments
Pulse power
Bridge or hold-up power
Main power
Memory backup
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•
Industrial
Consumer
Medical
Automotive
Military
Custom Product Offering
A single supercapacitor has a nominal working voltage rating of
2.5V. Any application up to and including 2.5V can be operated
by a single supercapacitor, however many applications require
3.6V, 5.0V or even higher. P Series supercapacitors have been
designed for 3.6 and 5.0V applications. Custom multi-supercapacitor configurations are available for 12V, 24V or other
voltage ratings. Either passive or active voltage balancing
is used for all multi-supercapacitor configurations to ensure
good reliability.
CRITICAL SUPERCAPACITOR PARAMETERS FOR CUSTOMIZATION
Electrical
Mechanical
Environmental
Working Voltage (V)
_______
Max. Length (mm)
_______
Max. Temperature (°C)
_______
Minimum Voltage (V)
_______
Width/Diam. (mm)
_______
Min. Temperature (°C)
_______
Current draw (A)
_______
Height (mm)
_______
Discharge time (sec)
_______
Lead/Connector
_______
The electrical parameters can be used to calculate capacitance and ESR requirements and predict your supercapacitor solution. Use our
PowerStor Aerogel Supercapacitor Excel Calculator available at www.cooperbussmann.com.
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Application Guidelines
This document provides basic guidelines for application development using aerogel capacitors, also known as
supercapacitors. If questions arise during your development
process and are not answered in this document, contact Cooper
Bussmann.
Lifetime
PowerStor supercapacitors have a longer lifetime than secondary
batteries, but their lifetime is not infinite. The basic end-of-life
failure mode for a supercapacitor is an increase in equivalent
series resistance (ESR) and/or a decrease in capacitance. The
actual end-of-life criteria are dependent on the application
requirements. Prolonged exposure to elevated temperatures,
high applied voltage and excessive current will lead to increased
ESR and decreased capacitance. Reducing these parameters
will lengthen the lifetime of a supercapacitor. In general,
cylindrical supercapacitors have a similar construction to
electrolytic capacitors, having a liquid electrolyte inside an
aluminum can sealed with a rubber bung. Over many years, the
supercapacitor will dry out, similar to an electrolytic capacitor,
causing high ESR and eventually end-of-life.
Voltage
Supercapacitors are rated with a nominal recommended working
or applied voltage. The values provided are set for long life at
their maximum rated temperature. If the applied voltage exceeds
this recommended voltage, the result will be reduced lifetime. If
the voltage is excessive for a prolonged time period, gas generation will occur inside the supercapacitor and may result in leakage or rupture of the safety vent. Short-term overvoltage can
usually be tolerated by the supercapacitor.
Polarity
Ambient Temperature
The standard temperature rating for PowerStor supercapacitors is
–25°C to 70°C. Temperature in combination with voltage can
affect the lifetime of a supercapacitor. In general, raising the
ambient temperature by 10°C will decrease the lifetime of a
supercapacitor by a factor of two. As a result, it is recommended
to use the supercapacitor at the lowest temperature possible to
decrease internal degradation and ESR increase. If this is not
possible, decreasing the applied voltage to the supercapacitor
will assist in offsetting the negative effect of the high temperature.
For instance, 85°C ambient temperature can be reached if the
applied voltage is reduced to 1.8V per supercapacitor.
At temperatures lower than normal room temperature, it is possible to apply voltages slightly higher than the recommended working voltage without significant increase in degradation and reduction in lifetime. Raising the applied voltage at low temperatures
can be useful to offset the increased ESR seen at low temperatures. Increased ESR at higher temperatures is a result of permanent degradation / electrolyte decomposition inside the supercapacitor. At low temperatures, however, increased ESR is only
a temporary phenomenon due to the increased viscosity of the
electrolyte and slower movement of the ions.
Operating Life vs. Temperature and Charge Voltage
1,000,000
100,000
Life (Hours)
10,000
1,000
Design Guides
0
PowerStor supercapacitors are designed with symmetrical electrodes, meaning they are similar in composition. When a supercapacitor is first assembled, either electrode can be designated
positive or negative. Once the supercapacitor is charged for the
first time during the 100% QA testing operation, the electrodes
become polarized. Every supercapacitor either has a negative
stripe or sign denoting polarity. Although they can be shorted to
zero volts, the electrodes maintain a very small amount of
charge. Reverse polarity is not recommended, however previously charged supercapacitors have been discharged to -2.5V
with no measurable difference in capacitance or ESR. Note: the
longer they are held charged in one direction, the more polarized
they become. If reversed charged after prolonged charging in
one direction, the life of the supercapacitor may be shortened.
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Temperature (Celsius)
30% drop in capacitance
@ 2.5V continuous.
30% drop in capacitance
@ 1.8V continuous.
50% drop in capacitance
@ 2.5V continuous.
The above plot shows the time taken for capacitance to drop by
30% at 1.8V & 2.5V and by 50% at 2.5V for continuous operation
at a given temperature. This can be used to estimate the operating life for specific applications where the minimum allowable
capacitance value is known.
Discharge Characteristics
Supercapacitors discharge with a sloping voltage curve. When
determining the capacitance and ESR requirements for an application, it is important to consider both the resistive and capacitive
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discharge components. In high current pulse applications, the
resistive component is the most critical. In low current, long duration applications, the capacitive discharge component is the most
critical. The formula for the voltage drop, Vdrop, during a discharge at I current for t seconds is:
Vdrop = I(R + t )
C
To minimize voltage drop in a pulse application, use a supercapacitor with low ESR (R value). To minimize voltage drop in a
low current application, use a supercapacitor with large capacitance (C value).
An Aerogel Capacitor Calculator program is available online at
http://www.cooperbussmann.com for predicting electrical requirements and matching these requirements to various supercapacitor configurations / alternatives.
Charge Methods
Supercapacitors can be charged using various methods including
constant current, constant power, constant voltage or by paralleling to an energy source, i.e. battery, fuel cell, DC converter, etc.
If a supercapacitor is configured in parallel with a battery, adding
a low value resistor in series will reduce the charge current to the
supercapacitor and will increase the life of the battery. If a series
resistor is used, ensure that the voltage outputs of the supercapacitor are connected directly to the application and not through
the resistor, otherwise the low impedance of the supercapacitor
will be nullified. Many battery systems exhibit decreased
lifetime when exposed to high current discharge pulses.
The maximum recommended charge current, I, for a
supercapacitor where Vw is the charge voltage and R is
the supercapacitor impedance is calculated as follows:
I = Vw
5R
Overheating of the supercapacitor can occur from continuous
overcurrent or overvoltage charging. Overheating can lead to
increased ESR, gas generation, decreased lifetime, leakage,
venting or rupture. Contact the factory if you plan to use a higher
charge current or higher voltage than specified.
required, during charging this is referred to as leakage current.
When the charge voltage is removed, and the capacitor is not
loaded, this additional current will discharge the supercapacitor
and is referred to as the self discharge current.
In order to get a realistic measurement of leakage or self discharge current the supercapacitor must be charged for in excess
of 100 hours, this again is due to the capacitor construction. The
supercapacitor can be modeled as several capacitors connected
in parallel each with an increasing value of series resistance. The
capacitors with low values of series resistance charge quickly thus
increasing the terminal voltage to the same level as the charge
voltage. However, if the charge voltage is removed these capacitors will discharge in to the parallel capacitors with higher series
resistance if they are not fully charged. The result of this being that
the terminal voltage will fall giving the impression of high self discharge current. It should be noted that the higher the capacitance
value the longer it will take for the device to be fully charged, see
figure 2 in the Measurement Techniques section for more details.
Series Configurations of Supercapacitors
Individual supercapacitors are limited to 2.5V (P Series reaches
5V using two supercapacitors in series). As many applications
require higher voltages, supercapacitors can be configured in
series to increase the working voltage. It is important to ensure
that the individual voltages of any single supercapacitor do not
exceed its maximum recommended working voltage as this could
result in electrolyte decomposition, gas generation, ESR increase
and reduced lifetime.
Capacitor voltage imbalance is caused, during charge and discharge, by differences in capacitance value and, in steady state,
by differences in capacitor leakage current. During charging
series connected capacitors will act as a voltage divider so higher
capacitance devices will receive greater voltage stress. For example if two 1F capacitors are connected in series, one at +20% of
nominal capacitance the other at –20% the worst-case voltage
across the capacitors is given by:
Vcap1 = Vsupply x (Ccap1 / (Ccap1 + Ccap2)
where Ccap1 has the +20% capacitance.
So for a Vsupply = 5V,
Vcap1 = 5V x (1.2 / (1.2 + 0.8) = 3V
Self discharge and leakage current as essentially the same thing
measured in different ways, due to the supercapacitor construction there is a high impedance internal current path from the
anode to the cathode. This means that in order to maintain the
charge on the capacitor a small amount of additional current is
From this it can be seen that, in order to avoid exceeding the
supercapacitor surge voltage rating of 3V, the capacitance values
of series connected parts must fall in a +/-20% tolerance range.
Alternatively a suitable active voltage balancing circuit can be
Design Guides
Self Discharge and Leakage Current
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employed to reduce voltage imbalance due to capacitance mismatch. It should be noted that the most appropriate method of
voltage balancing will be application specific.
Passive Voltage Balancing
Passive voltage balancing uses voltage-dividing resistors in parallel with each supercapacitor. This allows current to flow around
the supercapacitor at a higher voltage level into the supercapacitor at the lower voltage level, thus balancing the voltage. It is
important to choose balancing resistor values that provide for
higher current flow than the anticipated leakage current of the
supercapacitors, bearing in mind that the leakage current will
increase at higher temperatures.
Passive voltage balancing is only recommended for applications
that don’t regularly charge and discharge the supercapacitor and
that can tolerate the additional load current of the balancing resistors. It is suggested that the balancing resistors be selected to
give additional current flow of at least 50 times the worst-case
supercapacitor leakage current (3.3 kΩ to 22 kΩ depending on
maximum operating temperature). Although higher values of balancing resistor will work in most cases they are unlikely to provide adequate protection when significantly mismatched parts
are connected in series.
Active Voltage Balancing
Active voltage balancing circuits force the voltage at the nodes of
series connected supercapacitors to be the same as a fixed reference voltage; regardless of how any voltage imbalance occurs.
As well as ensuring accurate voltage balancing active circuits typically draw much lower levels of current in steady state and only
require larger currents when the capacitor voltage goes out of
balance. These characteristics make active voltage balancing circuits ideal for applications that charge and discharge the supercapacitors frequently as well as those with a finite energy source
such as a battery.
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Reverse Voltage Protection
When series connected supercapacitors are rapidly discharged
the voltage on low capacitance value parts can potential go negative. As explained previously, this is not desirable and can
reduce the operating life of the supercapacitor. One simple way
of protecting against reverse voltage is to add a diode across the
capacitor, configured so that it is normally reverse bias. By using
a suitably rated zener diode in place of a standard diode the
supercapacitor can also be protected against overvoltage events.
Care must be taken to ensure that the diode can withstand the
available peak current from the power source.
Soldering Information
Excessive heat may cause deterioration of the electrical characteristics of the aerogel supercapacitor, electrolyte leakage or an
increase in internal pressure.
Follow the specific instructions listed below.
In addition:
• Do not dip aerogel supercapacitor body into melted solder.
• Only flux the leads of the aerogel supercapacitor.
• Ensure that there is no direct contact between the sleeve of the
aerogel supercapacitor and the PC board or any other component. Excessive solder temperature may cause sleeve to shrink
or crack.
• Avoid exposed circuit board runs under the aerogel
supercapacitor to prevent electrical shorts.
Manual Soldering
Do not touch the aerogel supercapacitor’s external sleeve with
the soldering rod or the sleeve will melt or crack. The recommended temperature of the soldering rod tip is less than 260°C
(maximum: 350°C) and the soldering duration should be less
than 5 seconds. Minimize the time that the soldering iron is in
direct contact with the terminals of the aerogel supercapacitor as
excessive heating of the leads may lead to higher equivalent
series resistance (ESR).
Wave Soldering
Use a maximum preheating time of 60 seconds for PC boards
0.8 mm or thicker. Preheating temperature should
be limited to less than 100°C.
Use the following table for wave soldering on leads only:
Solder Bath
Solder Exposure Time (seconds)
Temperature (°C) Recommended
Maximum
220
7
9
240
7
9
250
5
7
260
3
5
Reflow Soldering
Do not use reflow soldering on PowerStor supercapacitors
using infrared or convection oven heating methods unless the
supercapacitor is specifically rated to withstand reflow soldering
temperatures.
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Ripple Current
Emergency Procedures
Although PowerStor aerogel supercapacitors have very low resistance in comparison to other supercapacitors, they do have higher resistance than aluminum electrolytic capacitors and are more
susceptible to internal heat generation when exposed to ripple
current. Heat generation leads to
electrolyte decomposition, gas generation, increased ESR and
reduced lifetime. In order to ensure long lifetime, the maximum
ripple current recommended should not increase the surface
temperature of the supercapacitor by more
than 3°C.
If a supercapacitor is found to be overheating or if you smell a
sweet odor, immediately disconnect any power or load to the
supercapacitor. Allow the supercapacitor to cool down, then dispose of properly. Do not expose your face or hands to an overheating supercapacitor. Contact the factory for a Material Safety
Data Sheet if a supercapacitor leaks or vents. If exposed to electrolyte:
Circuit Board Design
Do not design exposed circuit board runs under the
supercapacitor. An electrical short could occur if the
supercapacitor electrolyte leaked onto the circuit board.
Circuit Board Cleaning
Avoid cleaning of circuit boards, however if the circuit board must
be cleaned use static or ultrasonic immersion in a
standard circuit board cleaning fluid for no more than 5
minutes and a maximum temperature of 60°C. Afterwards thoroughly rinse and dry the circuit boards. In general,
treat supercapacitors in the same manner you would an
aluminum electrolytic capacitor.
Long Term Storage
Do not store supercapacitors in any of the following
environments:
• High temperature and/or high humidity
• Direct contact with water, salt water, oil or other chemicals
• Direct contact with corrosive materials, acids, alkalis, or toxic
gases
• Direct exposure to sunlight
• Dusty environment
• Environment subject to excessive shock and/or vibration
Transportation Information
Note: In general the electrolyte, using the NFPA/HMIS
(0 to 4) rating system, has slight (1 out of 4) health and
fire hazard and minimal (0 out of 4) reactivity hazard.
Regulatory Information
PowerStor supercapacitors are rated non-hazardous under the
OSHA hazard communication standard (29 CFR 1910.1200)
General Safety Considerations
• Supercapacitors may vent or rupture if overcharged,
reverse charged, incinerated or heated above 150°C.
• Do not crush, mutilate, nail penetrate or disassemble.
• High case temperature (burn hazard) may result from
abuse of supercapacitor.
Disposal Procedures
PowerStor supercapacitors are non-regulated under RCRA
Waste Code. Supercapacitors may however be disposed of by a
specialized industrial waste processor or by incineration. Use
caution when incinerating as the supercapacitor can explode
unless it is crushed or punctured prior to incineration. Wear protective gear, such as face shields or goggles, coats/aprons and
gloves. Use high temperature to incinerate the supercapacitors
as the plastic (poly vinyl chloride) sleeving can produce chlorine
gas at lower incineration temperatures.
Design Guides
PowerStor supercapacitors are non-regulated by the US DOT
(Department of Transport) and IATA. The correct international
shipping description is “Electronic Parts – Capacitors”.
• Skin Contact: Wash exposed area thoroughly with
soap and water.
• Eye Contact: Rinse eyes with water for 15 minutes
and seek medical attention.
• Ingestion: Drink milk/water and induce vomiting;
seek medical attention.
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Measurement Techniques
Methods for Measuring Capacitance, Inflow Current, Internal Resistance and ESR
Supercapacitors exhibit considerable “dielectric absorption”
charge storage. As such, some traditional methods of
measuring capacitance may not yield accurate results when
measuring supercapacitors. A method for measuring
capacitance in supercapacitors is outlined below. This
method is recommended over others such as determining
the 63 percent voltage point and using the time in a RC
time constant calculation.
The following test circuit can be set up with a common
laboratory power supply set to the specified current and
voltage limits. The charging waveform, shown in Figure 1,
is best recorded with a digital oscilloscope. The cursor
function can be conveniently used to directly read the time
points between the 1.5 volt and 2.5 volt crossing. The
basic equation for the average current in a capacitor is:
actual leakage current. Dielectric absorption current flow
represents charge going into storage, but deeply buried in
terms of possessing a very long time constant. The inflow
current as a function of time is essentially logarithmic, as
shown in Figure 2:
10000
1F
10F
50F
1000
Inflow Current (μ
μA)
Capacitance Measurement:
100
10
1
0.1
i = C( ΔV ), solving for C: C = i( Δt )
Δt
ΔV
1
10
100
1000
Time (Hours)
Figure 2
For i = 1 ampere and ΔV = 1 volt, therefore C = Δt.
Capacitance in this example is numerically equal to the time
in seconds for the capacitor to charge from 1.5V to 2.5V.
These typical curves are measured with the test circuit
below. The parts were short circuited for 2 days prior to
beginning the test. Therefore, stored dielectric absorption
charge was essentially non-existent.
Working Voltage
3
*
DUT
Volts (v)
V(t)
constant
1 amp
millivolts
2
0
* if device has been previously charged,
short its terminals for at least 15 minutes
Time - seconds (t)
V
source
100 ohms
Working Voltage
DUT
measure t between 1.5 volt and 2.5 volts
Figure 1
Figure 3
Because dielectric absorption is pronounced, the device
under test should be well discharged before beginning the
test to ensure consistent results. If the device has previously been charged, then its terminals should be shorted for at
least 15 minutes before beginning the test.
True leakage currents, where dielectric absorption goes to
zero, take over 100 hours to reach as shown in Figure 2.
These leakage currents are on the order of only a few
microamperes. To continue to measure inflow current
beyond this point, one needs to use instrumentation capable
of accurately measuring microvolts and/or a larger resistor
value can be used in the circuit in Figure 3.
Inflow Current Measurement:
Design Guides
After time t:
inflow current (μA) = millivolts x 10
1
C (F) = t (sec)
Since supercapacitors exhibit pronounced dielectric absorption, the measurement of actual leakage current, or self-discharge current, is made difficult. When a supercapacitor is
charged to its working voltage, the inflow current exhibits
large, slowly decaying values for long times. The inflow current is the sum of dielectric absorption current flow and
Internal Resistance and ESR (equivalent series
resistance) Measurement:
For product specification purposes ESR or AC impedance is
measured using a commercial LCR bridge at 1 kHz. This
produces a rather precise, reproducible value. Another
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Shown in Figure 4 is the oscilloscope trace obtained using
the capacitance test circuit and method. An enlargement of
the beginning of the trace is shown in Figure 5. The instantaneous voltage step which occurs the moment the 1
ampere charging current is applied is used to calculate
internal resistance. The internal resistance or DC impedance is equal to the step voltage divided by 1 ampere. For
devices which exhibit lower internal resistance than this
example, a higher constant current is required.
voltage - (v)
method is used to measure what is called the internal resistance or DC impedance and can be performed with the
same instrumentation used to measure capacitance
(described above). This method produces a value for internal resistance which is not nearly as precise and reproducible as the ESR measurement. However, internal resistance is more directly related to device behavior in many
pulse power applications.
time - seconds (t)
Figure 5
In this example:
Internal resistance = initial voltage step = 0.15 V = 0.15 Ohms
constant current
1A
voltage - (v)
Studies have shown that the internal resistance or DC
impedance value is usually between 1.1 and 1.5 times the
measured ESR or AC impedance value.
time - seconds (t)
Figure 4
Design Guides
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Aerogel Supercapacitor Calculator
Performing supercapacitor calculations and predicting
solutions for applications can be tedious, therefore PowerStor®
has developed an Aerogel Supercapacitor Calculator in
Microsoft Excel®. This program is available online at
http://www.cooperbussmann.com. An example of this
program is shown on the following page.
To determine the aerogel supercapacitor requirements for an
application, four key parameters are required:
• Working voltage, Vw, in Volts
• Minimum voltage, Vmin in Volts
• Average discharge current, I, in Amps
• If necessary convert power, P, in Watts to current, where
I = P / Vavg
• Discharge time, t, in seconds
Simply enter these four parameters into the calculator in step
1 and the program will calculate:
• Energy requirement, W, in Joules
• Minimum capacitance requirement, C, in Farads
• Maximum resistance, R, in Ohms
In step 2, select the operating parameters specific to the
application including whether the discharge is more similar to
a DC pulse or AC pulse at a 1kHz frequency. Next select the
operating temperature and use the "deviation from nominal
capacitance" factor to build in a safety margin, if necessary.
The program will then use these correction factors for both
capacitance and resistance throughout the remainder of the
calculations.
meets both the capacitance and resistance requirements from
step 1. In this step there is an option to configure supercapacitors in parallel and/or to force the number of supercapacitors
in series to a specific number. For example, the calculator
would recommend six 2.5V supercapacitors for an automobile
voltage of 14.4V (14.4V / 2.5V per supercapacitor = 5.76
supercapacitors, which round up to 6). In practice, increasing
the number of supercapacitors to eight in automobile applications lowers the voltage to 1.8V per supercapacitor, providing
an increased reliability margin for high temperature exposure,
with a direct result of longer life. The number of supercapacitors in series (actual) can be overwritten from the calculated
value.
Confirmation of the predicted aerogel supercapacitor solution
is done in step 4. First the total capacitance and resistance
values calculated are compared to the required values. Next
the energy and hold-up time requirements are confirmed. If
the energy and hold-up time are insufficient, chose a larger
supercapacitor or increase the number of supercapacitors in
parallel. Finally, the voltage drop is confirmed. The calculated
components of resistive and capacitive discharge are summed
and compared to the maximum value allowed. If the maximum voltage drop value is exceeded, simply chose a supercapacitor solution with lower ESR or increase the number of
supercapacitors in parallel.
Our goal for this calculator was to assist you in finding a
solution for your design challenges. Note: this program is
only intended to predict aerogel supercapacitor solutions. All
calculated solutions should be tested in the final application.
Contact Cooper Bussmann directly for further assistance and
application support.
Design Guides
The pull-down menu in step 3 has a list of PowerStor supercapacitor products. Select the appropriate supercapacitor that
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Aerogel Supercapacitor Calculator
PowerStor Aerogel Supercapacitor Calculations for:
Enter Company or Project Name
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Four Simple Steps for Determining Supercapacitor Requirements
1. Enter values for Working Voltage, Minimum Voltage, Current and Time
Working Voltage (Vw)
Minimum Voltage [Vmin]
Current [I]
Time [t]
Vw =
Vmin =
I=
t=
Legend
Enter Known
Value
2.5
1
1
1
Input Values in Yellow
Volts
Volts
Amps
seconds
Required Values in Gray
Calculated Values in Light Blue
Comments in Green
Energy needed during hold-up period (Minimum)
Desired Capacitance (Minimum)
Desired Impedance (Maximum)
W = (Vw+Vmin)/2*I*t =
1.75 Joules
C = 2 Vw*I*t / (Vw^2 - Vmin^2) =
R = (Vw - Vmin) / I =
0.6667 Farads
1.500 Ohms
2. Select Operating Parameters and Correction Factors from pull-down menu
Discharge Pulse
Frequency
Use pull-down menu for Correction Factors to Capacitance and ESR
Deviation from Specified
Capacitance (-20% to +80%)
Temperature
DC
Nominal Capacitance
-20°C
Capacitance Correction Factors :
ESR Correction Factors :
1
1.5
0.8
2.25
1
3. Choose Supercapacitor from pull-down menu to meet Desired Capacitance and Desired Impedance
Note 1:
Note 2:
Note 3:
Note 4:
Total Capacitance equals 1/2x for two in series, 1/3x for three in series, etc.
Total Capacitance equals 2x for two in parallel, 3x for three in parallel, etc.
Total Resistance equals 2x for two in series, 3x for three in series, etc.
Total Resistance equals 1/2x for two in parallel, 1/3x for three in parallel, etc.
Part Number
Use pull-down menu to choose a specific model Supercapacitor
Capacitance
B0820-2R5225
2.2 F
ESR (AC @ 1 kHz)
0.225 Ohms
Standard Values
Single Device Capacitance
C=
Single Device Resistance
R=
Single Device Max Voltage
# supercapacitor(s) in parallel
2.2 Farads
0.225 Ohms
Vmax =
Increase p to increase Capacitance or
2.5 Volts
Corrected Values
1.76 Farads
0.759375 Ohms
2.500 Volts
1
reduce Resistance
# supercapacitor(s) in series (min. calculated)
Vw / Vcap (A = 2.5V; B = 2.5V; P = 5.0V) =
# supercapacitor(s) in series (actual) (See Note 5
s (rounded up) =
1.00
1
Note 5: Formula for # supercapacitor(s) in series (actual) can be manually overwritten if lower or higher Vw per supercapacitor desired. View Corrected Value for actual Single Device Max Voltage.
4. Confirm Time requirement is met for hold-up applications and/or Voltage Drop is acceptable for pulse applications.
Calculated Values
Final Supercapacitor Configuration
Total Capacitance
C=
Total Resistance
R=
Check Energy and Time Requirements
Energy available in supercapacitor(s)
Max. Hold-up Time with chosen supercapacitor(s)
1.76 Farads
0.759375 Ohms
Calculated Values
W = 1/2 C * (Vw^2 - Vmin^2) =
t = C (Vw - IR -Vmin) / I =
4.62 Joules
1.30 seconds
Required Values
Comments
0.6667 Farads
Capacitance Value Met
1.500 Ohms
Resistance Value Met
Required Values
1.75 Joules
1 seconds
Comments
Energy Value Met
Time Requirement Met
If Energy is insufficient, choose a Single Device with higher Capacitance or increase # supercapacitors in parallel.
Check to ensure that Energy available in supercapacitors is greater than Energy needed during hold-up period, or Maximum Hold-up Time is sufficient.
Check Voltage Drop
Voltage drop (resistive)
Voltage drop (capacitive)
Vdrop (resistive) = IR =
Vdrop (capacitive) = I (t / C)
Required Values
Comments
1.328 Volts
1.500 Volts
Voltage Drop Acceptable
Design Guides
Total Voltage Drop of supercapacitor(s) = Vdrop (resistive) + Vdrop (capacitive) =
Calculated Values
0.759 Volts
0.568 Volts
If Total Voltage Drop is greater than Maximum Allowed, determine whether resistance or capacitance is the main factor.
Choose supercapacitors with either more capacitance or less resistance, or increase # capacitors in parallel.
If Total Voltage Drop is less than Maximum Voltage Drop Allowed, STOP.
This program is intended to provide product design solutions that will help the user with design applications.
Once a product design solution has been determined, it should be tested by the user in all possible applications.
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Design Considerations In
Selecting Aerogel Supercapacitors
Design Considerations In Selecting Aerogel Supercapacitors
Two major applications of aerogel supercapacitors are high
pulse power applications and short-term hold-up power.
Pulse power applications are characterized by very short,
but high current delivery to a load, i.e. during the transmit
period in a GSM mobile device. Hold-up applications are
characterized by the requirement to continue to deliver load
power for times on the order of seconds or minutes. An
example of a hold-up application is the parking of the
read/write head in a disk drive when power to the unit is
shut off. Each of these applications emphasize different
performance parameters of the device. High pulse power
applications benefit primarily from the aerogel supercapacitor's low internal resistance (R), while hold-up power applications benefit from the supercapacitor's large capacitance
(C) value.
This Marketing Bulletin presents the formulae used to calculate your application requirements and uses two examples
to illustrate their use. A program titled “Aerogel
Supercapacitor Calculator” designed in a Microsoft® Excel
spreadsheet is also available for your use.
Hold-Up Power Applications
An approximate calculation can estimate the value of an
aerogel supercapacitor needed in most applications. This
calculation equates the energy needed during the hold-up
period to the energy decrease in the supercapacitor, starting at Vwv and ending at Vmin.
Energy needed during hold-up period: 1/2 Iload (Vwv + Vmin) t
Energy decrease in supercapacitor: 1/2 C(Vwv2–Vmin2)
Therefore, the minimum capacitance value that guarantees
hold-up to Vmin (neglecting voltage drop due to IR) is:
C = Iload(Vwv + Vmin)t
in Farads
(Vwv2 –Vmin2)
Example:
Suppose a tape drive supply is 5.0V and can operate safely
down to 3.0V. If the DC motor requires up to 2 seconds of
hold-up prior to safe shutdown at 0.5A, then the use of the
above equation predicts that the hold-up capacitor must be
at least 0.5F.
Definitions
The following definitions are used in this note:
Symbol
C
Unit of
Measure
Farads
R
Ohms
ESR
Ohms
Vwv
Volts
Vmin
Volts
Iload
Amps
t
Seconds
Vdrop
Volts
Description
Nominal capacitance value of the
aerogel supercapacitor.
The nominal internal resistance of the
aerogel supercapacitor.
Equivalent Series Resistance measured at 1 kHz.
Normal or working charge voltage in
the circuit application.
The minimum voltage required to
operate the device.
In a hold-up application this is the
average current that continues to be
delivered to the load. It is an average
as the load current will increase as the
voltage decreases from Vwv to Vmin.
This is the required hold-up time in
the circuit, or in pulse applications,
t is the pulse duration.
The total decrease in working voltage
at the end of the discharge or high
current pulse.
One A Series supercapacitor can supply the required
capacitance. However, the nominal operating voltage of
2.5V is exceeded by the 5V requirement. Therefore, two
aerogel supercapacitors must be configured in series. If two
equal value supercapacitors are used, then the voltage
across each device will be approximately 2.5V, which is the
nominal voltage rating.
In the data sheets the A1020-2R5105 supercapacitor is listed with a nominal capacitance of 1.0F and when configured
two in series, provides 1.0F / 2 = 0.5F. Theoretically this
solution should work, but with a –20% end of the tolerance
range, this solution does not provide significant margin.
Stepping up to the next supercapacitor, the A1030-2R5155
would provide 1.5F / 2 = 0.75F at 5V. With a –20% tolerance, the minimum value could be as low as 1.2F / 2 = 0.6F.
This supercapacitor solution provides a sufficient safety
margin. After the high current pulse, the tape drive goes
into a very low current mode to hold up the electronics and
uses the remaining energy in the supercapacitor.
In this example, balancing the voltage across the series
combination is recommended to ensure neither device
exceeds the maximum voltage rating. See the notes on
voltage balancing in PS-5508 Application Guidelines.
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Pulse Power Applications
Pulse power applications are characterized by a relatively
low value of continuous current with brief, high current
requirements. Applications have pulses that range from less
than 1 millisecond to as high as a few seconds, and the
pulse current can be orders of magnitude higher than the
continuous or background current. The duty cycle of the
pulses is usually low, typically less than 20 %.
A worst-case design analysis assumes that the aerogel
capacitor is the sole supplier of energy during the pulse. In
this case the total drop in working voltage in the circuit consists of two components: the instantaneous voltage drop
due to load current supplied through the internal resistance
of the capacitor, and the drop in capacitor voltage at the end
of the pulse period. This relationship is shown in the following equation.
Vdrop = Iload (R + t/C)
the pulse width doubles or quadruples with GPRS. These
modems are now available in a PCMCIA card for notebook
computers. The constraints of the notebook and the PCMCIA connection are an output voltage of 3.3 +/- 0.3V and a
maximum current provided by the notebook of 1A. Many
power amplifiers (PA) have a minimum voltage requirement
of 3.0V. As it is possible for a notebook computer to output
only 3.0V, the voltage to the PA must first be boosted (3.6V
is common). With a working voltage of 3.6V and a minimum
voltage of 3.0V, the allowable voltage drop due to resistance
is 0.6V.
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Choosing the F Series Flat Pack FC-3R6334-R
supercapacitor yields 0.33F with 0.200 Ohms AC
impedance or 0.25 Ohms DC impedance, R. During a 2A
transmit pulse the battery provides approximately 1A and
the supercapacitor provides the remaining 1A of current.
Using the above formula, the voltage drop, IR, due to
resistance is 1A x 0.25 Ohms = 0.25V. The capacitive
component, I(t/C), is small at 0.002V compared to the
resistive voltage drop.
Inspection of this equation shows that the capacitor must
have low R and a high value of C if the voltage drop is to be
small.
Conclusions
For most pulse power applications the value of R is more
important than the value of C. This is illustrated using this
equation for the A1030-2R5155 supercapacitor. Its internal
resistance, R, can be estimated by using the DC ESR, nominally 0.075 Ohms (DC ESR = AC ESR x 1.5 = 0.060 Ohms
x 1.5 = 0.090 Ohms). The specified capacitance is 1.5F.
For a 0.001 second pulse, t/C is less than 0.001 Ohms.
Even for a 0.010 second pulse, t/C is only 0.0067 Ohms.
Clearly the value of R (0.090 Ohms) dominates the outcome
of Vdrop in the equation above.
Both hold-up power applications and pulse power applications can be designed by using the simple equations presented above. When the working voltage of the circuit
exceeds the maximum operating voltage rating of the aerogel supercapacitor, equal value supercapacitors should be
put in series arrangement. Often, the series arrangement
should be balanced to ensure equal voltage sharing. In
pulse power applications the voltage drop across the internal resistance of the device is usually the critical factor. The
aerogel capacitor’s ultra-low internal resistance provides a
new solution to the high impedance problems characteristic
of most battery systems.
Example:
A GSM/GPRS wireless modem requires a pulse current of
up to 2A for 0.6 milliseconds every 4.6 milliseconds. Note
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Aerogel Supercapacitors Provide Both
High Energy and High Power Capability
High power aerogel supercapacitors enable new pulse, bridge and main power applications.
The ultimate energy storage device should have high energy density that can be released rapidly. High energy batteries have been developed as single use or rechargeable systems but typically require minutes to hours to discharge, not
seconds. For high power, standard capacitors are capable
of discharging rapidly but have low energy density.
First generation supercapacitors also referred to as ultracapacitors and Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors
(EDLC), have relatively high energy density but also very
high ESR (equivalent series resistance) and are therefore
only used in very low power memory backup applications.
New aerogel supercapacitors have been developed incorporating both the high energy density of batteries (100 times
the energy of electrolytic capacitors) and the high power of
capacitors (10 to 100 times the power of batteries) as
shown in Figure 1.
3
10
Energy
Density
(WH/L)
Development
Path
Li - ion
NiMH
NiCd
2
10
1
10 Farad/cc
10
Aerogel
Capacitors
0
10
1 Farad/cc
-1
10
Electrolytic
Capacitors
-2
10
2
10
3
4
10
10
Power Density (W/L)
5
10
Figure 1
Imagine the possible uses of a high energy, high power
energy storage device, sometimes referred to as "A solution
looking for a problem". Many engineers have and these
new supercapacitors are finding their way into a wide range
of new applications. In many instances, the supercapacitor
is the enabling technology for these new applications.
High power supercapacitors are designed similar to electrolytic capacitors however supercapacitors use high surface
area carbon for accumulation of charge as opposed to the
low surface area foils in electrolytic capacitors. An electric
double layer is formed at the interface of the solid carbon
electrode and liquid electrolyte. Aerogel supercapacitors
use aerogel carbon as the active material, while the rest of
the industry typically uses activated carbon. Aerogel carbon
is known for its high level of purity, high usable surface area
and high electrical conductivity. Key features for aerogel
supercapacitors include:
• Extremely low ESR for high power and low loss during
operation
• High energy density for long run-time
• Ultra low leakage current (can hold a charge for several weeks)
• Wide operating temperature range
• Can be cycled hundreds of thousands of times with
very fast charge and discharge rates, as opposed to
only hundreds of cycles for batteries.
Aerogel supercapacitors have reasonably high energy density compared with rechargeable batteries. In some applications, batteries have far more energy than is required, take
too long to charge, do not like to be held fully charged or
shallow discharged (NiCd memory effect) on a continuous
basis without periodic maintenance, or do not cycle long
enough. In applications such as electronic toys, UPS systems or solar charged lighting, aerogel supercapacitors
have replaced batteries as a better alternative.
Aerogel supercapacitor designs include 2.5V radial leaded
cylindrical and 5V leaded rectangular devices. There is also
a new low profile, flat pack design with thickness ranging
from 4 mm to as low as 1 mm. Large cylindrical and prismatic designs up to 2500F are also available.
These supercapacitors have characteristics that make them
ideal for applications in electronic circuits, portable devices
and systems powered by batteries, fuel cells or dc power
supplies. The aerogel supercapacitors can be used in applications ranging from low tech (toys) to medium tech (electronic control systems, valves and solenoids) to high tech
(microprocessor- controlled devices).
Aerogel supercapacitors provide:
• Pulse power characterized by short, high current pulses delivered to a load, allowing the use of a smaller
power supply or battery
• Hold-up or bridge power to a device or equipment for
seconds, minutes or days when the main power or
battery fails or when the battery is swapped out
• Main power or battery replacement
Pulse Power
A growing number of applications today require short bursts
of power, including phones, wireless modems, radio transceivers, motors, valves and solenoids. An engineer now
has two battery design options: (1) use a larger battery (or
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power supply) capable of the high pulse current or (2) use a
smaller battery (or power supply) with higher energy density
(at the expense of lower power density) configured in parallel with a high power supercapacitor. The second option is
known as a battery-supercapacitor hybrid configuration and
results in a high energy / high power device with smaller
size, lower weight and lower cost than the first option of a
larger battery or power supply
have been developed with very low ESR. The PCMCIA
specification allows less than 1A of current to flow from the
notebook battery to the PC card but GSM / GPRS transmissions requires up to 2A. GSM transmits for approximately
0.6 milliseconds every 4.6 milliseconds then runs at lower
currents for receive and standby modes in the remaining 4
milliseconds. The supercapacitor is charged by the excess
or available battery current in 4 milliseconds between the
0.6 millisecond discharges.
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Pulse Power Calculations
Pulse power applications are characterized by a relatively
low value of continuous current with brief, high current
requirements. Applications have pulses that range from less
than 1 msec to as high as a few seconds, and the pulse
current can be orders of magnitude higher than the continuous or background current. The duty cycle of the pulses is
usually low, typically less than 20 %.
A worst-case design analysis assumes that the aerogel
supercapacitor is the sole supplier of current during the
pulse. In this case the total drop in working voltage in the
circuit consists of two components: (1) instantaneous voltage drop due to the internal resistance of the supercapacitor, and (2) capacitive drop during the discharge pulse.
This relationship is:
Vdrop = Iload (R + t/C)
Vdrop = Change in voltage (V)
Iload = Load current (A)
R = Internal resistance (Ohms)
t = Time (sec)
C = Capacitance (Farads)
For a small voltage drop, this equation shows that the
supercapacitor must have low R and high C. For many
pulse power applications where t is small, the value of R is
more important than the value of C. For example a lower
ESR 1.5F aerogel supercapacitor has an estimated internal
resistance of 0.060Ω. For a 0.001sec pulse, t/C is less than
0.001Ω. Even for a 0.010 sec pulse, it is only 0.007Ω.
Clearly, the value of R (0.060Ω) dominates the outcome of
Vdrop in Equation (1) for short pulse power applications.
Where t is large, 3 seconds for example, t/C = 2Ω and now
C dominates the outcome of Vdrop in Equation (1).
Ultra thin (down to 1mm), low ESR supercapacitors have
been developed for GSM / GPRS applications, including
wireless PCMCIA modems. Type II PCMCIA cards have
only 5mm inside clearance, but with a two-sided 1mm circuit
board, the supercapacitor height restriction can be as low
as 2mm. New thin supercapacitors using flexible packaging
The GPRS protocol allows higher transmission rates with
double to quadruple transmit times of GSM. Although low
ESR is the primary design criteria to minimize the voltage
drop from the supplied voltage (3.3V) to the minimum voltage required for the power amplifier (3V), supercapacitors
have significantly more capacitance than other capacitor
technologies allowing the extended pulse lengths of GPRS.
An example of an application requiring more capacitance to
minimize voltage drop during a pulse discharge is digital
cameras. Low ESR supercapacitors enable alkaline batteries to last longer in digital cameras. The challenge is to run
longer on fewer, low power alkaline batteries. The high
power requirement of the zoom motor causes alkaline batteries to fail before they have released all of their stored
energy. Due to the relatively long (several seconds) discharge pulse requirement for the zoom motor, larger capacitance (6 to 10F) supercapacitors have been found to extend
the useful life of the alkaline batteries.
Figure 2 compares 2 AA alkaline batteries (top) to 2 AA
alkaline batteries connected in parallel to a single 6F supercapacitor (bottom), without additional circuitry. To simulate
the zoom motor in a digital camera, each system was
discharged at 4 Watts for 3 seconds every 3 minutes.
This sequence resulted in 55 zoom cycles every 10,000
seconds. The voltage drop was larger for the battery (left)
compared to the hybrid (right). The battery-supercapacitor
hybrid ran approximately three times longer than the battery
alone.
Hold-up or Bridge Power
Hold-up power applications are characterized by a short,
high current or "bridge power" pulse followed by a longer,
low current drain. Standard memory backup type supercapacitors are capable of the low current drain but unable to
handle the short, high current pulse due to their high ESR.
During the pulse, the system voltage will drop below the
lower voltage allowed by the device’s electronics and the
system will shut down. For these applications, new low
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ESR aerogel supercapacitors are capable of handling the
high current pulse to minimize the voltage drop.
other DC power sources. As a result some portable and
remote applications are now using supercapacitors in place
of rechargeable batteries.
3.5
3
The toy cars and airplanes that claim "Charge In Under 10
Seconds" all use supercapacitors as the main power source
and alkaline batteries to charge them. The fast charge is
particularly important for children as their attention spans
are not long enough to wait for batteries to charge.
Voltage (V)
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
0
10000
20000
30000
40000
50000
60000
70000
Time (Seconds)
3.5
3
2.5
Voltage (V)
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Solar charging is particularly important in remote applications. With 365 charge/discharge cycles per year, rechargeable batteries require frequent replacement. These applications include remote monitoring systems, transmitters, lighting and traffic signs. New portable applications currently
under development include flashlights, remote controls and
radios all charged using solar power.
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
0
10000
20000
30000
40000
50000
60000
70000
Time (Seconds)
Figure 2
Bridge power examples include solid-state hard drives and
portable data terminals. In the solid-state hard drive, all
memory is stored in DRAM. When main power is lost, the
information in the DRAM must be transferred to non-volatile
memory. This requires a high discharge current for a number of seconds after which the device requires a very low
current to maintain the system.
Portable data terminals use supercapacitors to "bridge"
between swapping of batteries when the device is in operation and not simply in sleep mode. Batteries can also fall
out or become temporarily disconnected if the device is
dropped. To prevent loss of data, supercapacitors are
designed to provide continuous power to the portable data
terminal until it is able to safely power down or the battery is
swapped or reconnected.
Main Power
The energy density for today’s supercapacitors has grown
substantially and is now only 3 to 10 times lower than some
rechargeable batteries (i.e. lead-acid), but with the added
benefits of nearly infinite cycle life, very short recharge
times and very high power density. Supercapacitors can be
charged directly from alkaline batteries, solar panels or
Another main power application that is ideal for supercapacitors is local area or restaurant pagers. These pagers run
for up to two hours while the patron is waiting for a table.
After being returned to the host/hostess, the pager only
requires a 10 second charge for the next customer. Nickel
cadmium batteries perform poorly in these shallow depth-ofdischarge applications due to their "memory" effect (loss of
capacity due to continuous shallow discharges). As a
result, constant battery replacement is no longer an issue or
added cost when supercapacitors designed to last the life of
the product are used for main power.
Design Considerations
Energy and Capacitance Calculations
To determine your aerogel supercapacitor requirements,
four key parameters are required:
• Working voltage, Vwv, in Volts
• Minimum voltage, Vmin, in Volts
• Average discharge current, Iload, in Amps
• (if necessary convert power, P, in Watts, to current,
Iload, where Iload = P/Vavg)
• Discharge time, t, in seconds
One can estimate the value of an aerogel supercapacitor
needed for most applications (Note 1). This calculation
equates the energy needed during the discharge period to
the energy decrease in the aerogel supercapacitor, from
Vwv to Vmin.
Energy needed for discharge:
1/2 Iload (Vwv + Vmin) t (Joules)
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Energy decrease in supercapacitor:
1/2 C(Vwv2–Vmin2) (Joules)
Therefore, the minimum capacitance value that guarantees
hold-up to Vmin is:
C = Iload(Vwv + Vmin)t
in Farads
(Vwv2 –Vmin2)
Voltage Balancing
When the working voltage of the circuit exceeds the maximum operating voltage rating of a single supercapacitor, a
series configuration is required. Often, the series arrangement requires balancing to ensure equal voltage sharing.
Either passive or active balancing can be used to maintain
similar voltages among supercapacitors where the leakage
currents may be slightly different.
Passive balancing uses equal value resistors in parallel with
the supercapacitors. Using high value resistors, small currents are allowed to flow between the supercapacitors to
maintain similar voltages. Resistors with high values result
in lower leakage currents on the order of microamperes, an
important design consideration for hybrid battery-superca-
pacitor solutions. Lower value resistors lead to higher leakage currents but faster voltage equilibration of mismatched
components, and can be used where the main power is
delivered by a continuous source of power (power supply or
fuel cell).
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Aerogel Supercapacitors Provide Both
High Energy and High Power Capability
Active balancing uses a microprocessor to measure voltage
differences and open gates allowing equilibration to occur
quickly but only when needed. Active balancing does not
add significant current leakage in the final configuration, but
comes at a higher price than passive balancing. High reliability applications, with higher voltages (> 5V), typically use
active balancing.
Summary
High power, high energy aerogel supercapacitors offer solutions for applications by providing pulse, hold-up, or main
power.
Note 1: An Aerogel-Supercapacitor-Calculator program is
available online at http://www.cooperbussmann.com and
can be used to predict required energy, capacitance and
ESR for any application.
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Customer / Application
Information Worksheet
The following worksheet will enable us to understand your Aerogel Supercapacitor application better and to communicate more
effectively when we discuss the application with you. All information provided will be held confidential.
Date_____________________________
Company _______________________________Contact Name ________________________________________________________
Customer / Application Information Worksheet
Phone _________________________________Fax ____________________________email ________________________________
Application Description: ________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Medical?
__ No
__ Yes
If Yes, Class _________ (I, II, or III)
Company Type:
_____OEM
_____Systems Integrator
_____Distributor
_____Consultant
_____Educational
_____Government
_____Military
_____Other ____________________
_____Main Power
_____Memory Backup or Hold-Up Power
Application Type:
_____Pulse Power
Circuit Information:
Desired working voltage (V) ____________________volts
Minimum allowable voltage (Vmin)______________________volts
Average current draw (I) ______________________Amps
Duration of current draw (t) ________________________seconds
Capacitor Calculations:
PowerStor has developed a Calculator program using Microsoft® Excel. Knowing a few simple parameters for the application, this
program will assist in determining the optimum Aerogel Capacitor Solution by:
1. Calculating Minimum Capacitance, Maximum ESR, and Capacitor Configuration.
2. Using a pull-down menu with all of PowerStor’s Aerogel Capacitor offerings for comparison to the calculated values.
The Powerstor Aerogel Capacitor Calculator is available at www.cooperbussmann.com for download.
W = Energy (Joules)
Vmin = Min. voltage (volts)
C = Capacitance (Farads)
V = Voltage (volts)
I = Current (Amps)
t = Time (seconds)
ESR = Equivalent Series Resistance (Ohms)
Vdrop = Allowable drop in working voltage (volts)
For Typical Hold-Up Power Applications:
Energy needed during hold up period:
W = IVt = ___________ in Joules
Energy decrease in capacitor:
W = 1/2 C(V2 –Vmin2) = ___________ in Joules
Desired C is:
C=
2IVt
V2 – Vmin2
= ___________Farads
For Typical Pulse Power Applications:
Maximum ESR:
ESR(maximum) = Vdrop /I = __________Ohms
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Customer / Application
Information Worksheet
Optimum Solution:
Capacitor Part Number
________________________
# of Capacitors in Series Configuration
______
# of Capacitors in Parallel Configuration
______
Additional Information
______
% Time at Max. Temp.
______
Min. Operating Temp. (C)
______
% Time at Min. Temp.
______
Typical Operating Temp. (C) ______
Max. Storage Temp. (C)
______
Min. Storage Temp. (C)
______
% Time at Typical Temp. ______
Dimensional / Package Requirements
Max. Package Size (L, W, H, diam., etc.) ___________________________________________________________________
Package Style (thru-hole, SMT, etc.) ______________________________________________________________________
Customer / Application Information Worksheet
Max. Operating Temp. (C)
Industry package _____________________________________________________________________________________
Additional ___________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
Product Schedule
Date Required
QTY or EAU
Initial Samples
__________________
__________________
Pre-production
__________________
__________________
Production
__________________
__________________
Expected Years of Operation ____________________________________
Target Cost $___________at Estimated Annual Usage Qty.________(pcs.)
Additional Information (Circuit diagram, product configuration, packaging, notes, etc.)
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Aerogel Supercapacitors
NOTES
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Customer Assistance
Customer Satisfaction Team
Application Engineering
The Cooper Bussmann Customer Satisfaction Team is
available to answer questions regarding Cooper
Bussmann products and services. Calls should be made
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. for all
US time zones.
Application Engineering assistance is available to all
customers. The Application Engineering team is staffed
by degreed electrical engineers and available by phone
with technical and application support Monday – Friday,
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Central Time.
The Customer Satisfaction Team can be reach via:
• Phone: 636-527-3877
• Toll-free fax: 800-544-2570
• E-mail: [email protected]
Application Engineering can be reached via phone, fax
or e-mail:
• Phone: 636-527-1270 (Cooper Bussmann®, PolySurg™)
• Phone: 561-998-4100 (Coiltronics®, PowerStor®)
• Fax: 636-527-1607
• E-mail: [email protected]
Emergency and After-Hours Orders
To accommodate time-critical needs, Cooper Bussmann
offers emergency and after-hours service for next flight
out or will call. Customers pay only standard price for
the circuit protection device, rush freight charges and a
modest emergency fee for this service. Emergency and
after-hours orders should be placed through the
Customer Satisfaction Team. Call:
• Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Central Time 636-527-3877
• After hours 314-995-1342
Online Resources
Visit www.cooperbussmann.com and click on Electronics
for the following resources:
• Product cross reference
• RoHS status query
• Sample ordering
• Design calculators
• Literature downloads
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