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OVERVOLTAGE SUPPRESSION TECHNOLOGIES (1-6)
1. TVS Diodes — Suppress
overvoltage transients such
as Electrical Fast Transients
(EFT), inductive load switching
and lightning in a wide
variety of applications in the
computer, industrial, telecom
and automotive markets.
4. Gas Plasma Arrestors
(GDTs) — Available in small
footprint leaded and surface
mount configurations,
Littelfuse GDTs respond
fast to transient overvoltage
events, reducing the risk of
equipment damage.
2. Varistors — Multiple forms,
from Metal Oxide Varistors
(MOVs) that suppress transient
voltages to Multi-Layer Varistors
(MLVs) designed for applications
requiring protection from
various transients in computers
and handheld devices as well
as industrial and automotive
applications.
5. TVS Diode Arrays (SPATM
Family of Products)—
Designed specifically to
protect analog and digital
signal lines from electrostatic
discharge (ESD) and other
overvoltage transients.
3. SIDACtor® Devices—
Complete line of protection
thyristor products specifically
designed to suppress
overvoltage transients in a
broad range of telecom and
datacom applications.
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6. PulseGuard® ESD
Suppressors — Available in
various surface mount form
factors to protect high-speed
digital lines without causing
signal distortion.
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SWITCHING
TECHNOLOGIES
SPECIAL APPLICATION
PRODUCTS
Switching Thyristors—
Solid-state switches used to
control the flow of electrical
current in applications, capable
of withstanding rated blocking/
off-state voltage until triggered
to on-state.
PLED LED Lighting Reliability
Devices — Specialty silicon
devices that enable LED lighting
strings to continue to function if
any single LED fails as an open
circuit, and also offer ESD and
reverse power protection.
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OVERCURRENT
PROTECTION
TECHNOLOGIES (7-8)
7. Positive Temperature
Coefficient Devices (PTCs)—
Provide resettable overcurrent
protection for a wide range of
applications.
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8. Fuses — Full range including
surface mount, axial, glass or
ceramic, thin-film or Nano2®
style, fast-acting or SloBlo®,
MINI® and ATO ® fuses.
Circuit Protection with SIDACtor® Protection Thyristor Voltage Suppressors
Littelfuse Teccor® brand SIDACtor® devices are solid state crowbar devices designed
to protect telecom and datacom equipment against hazardous transient voltage
conditions without signal loss. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements,
Littelfuse makes SIDACtor® devices with a patented ion implant technology that
ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000A surge current ratings.
Designed to meet rigorous industry standards and to serve a wide application range
including ADSL2+, VDSL2+, Ethernet, SLIC, VOIP & POTS. Littelfuse SIDACtor®
devices offer solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968-A, ITU-T
K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950. Littelfuse offers comprehensive design support by
providing complete online reference libraries, validation services and a global network
of technical experts ready to help with your specific circuit protection needs.
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Introduction
SIDACtor Products Overview,
Selection Guides and Technical Notes
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and product selection guidance
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Reference Designs
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High Surge Protection
Regulatory Requirements
Baseband Protection
LCAS Protection
SLIC Protection
SIDACtor® Product Data Sheets 30-203
Broadband Protection
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
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Table of Contents
SIDACtor® Product Data Sheets
Introduction
SIDACtor® Product Selection Guide Tables
SIDACtor® Product Descriptions
SIDACtor® Family Descriptions
SIDACtor® Family Application Selector Table
SIDACtor® Product Package Table
SIDACtor® Construction and Operation
SIDACtor® Device Electrical Parameters
SIDACtor® Device Selection Criteria
Overvoltage Protection Comparison
Custom Part Number Capabilities
Agency Approvals
Trademarks and Patents
Legal Disclaimer Statement
Quality and Reliability Assurance
Global Commitment to Green and
Environmental Compliance
Telecommunications Protection
Lightning
PCB Layout
PCB Placement Guidelines 3x3 and 5x6 QFN
Lead-free Soldering Recommendations
Sn-Pb Soldering Recommendations
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
15
15
15
15
16
Broadband OptimizedTM Protection
18
Subscriber Line Interface Circuit (SLIC) Protection
19
20
21
23
27
28
Fixed Voltage Series Products
SDP Biased Series, 5x6 QFN
SDP Series, 5x6 QFN
SDP TwinChip™ Series, 3x3 QFN
TwinChip™ Series, DO-214
TwinChip™ Series, DO-15
SEP Biased Series, 5x6 QFN
Q2L Series, 3x3 QFN
Q2L Series, 3.3x3.3 QFN
MC Multiport Series, MS-013
MC Series, DO-214
MC Series, TO-92
MC Series, Modified TO-220
Balanced MC Series, Modified TO-220
30-88
30
35
40
44
49
53
58
63
67
72
76
80
85
89-129
Fixed Voltage Q2L Series, 3.3x3.3 QFN
89
93
97
Fixed Voltage Single Port Series, MS-012
101
Fixed Voltage Enhanced Single Port Series, MS-012
105
109
Fixed Voltage Series, DO-214
Fixed Voltage TwinSLIC™Series, Modified DO-214
Fixed Voltage Multiport Series, MS-013
Battrax® (Battery Tracking Protection) Series
Battrax® Series Positive/Negative, Modified DO-214
Battrax® Series Single Port Negative, MS-013
Battrax® Series Single Port Positive/Negative, MS-013
Battrax® Series Dual Port Negative, MS-013
Line Circuit Access Switch (LCAS) Series
Asymmetrical Multiport Series, MS-013
Asymmetrical Discrete Series, DO-214
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
®
SIDACtor Series, DO-214
SIDACtor® Multiport Series, MS-013
SIDACtor® Balanced Series, MS-013
SIDACtor® Balanced Multiport Series, MS-013
SIDACtor® Series, TO-92
SIDACtor® Series, DO-15
SIDACtor® Series, Modified TO-220
SIDACtor® Balanced Series, Modified TO-220
T10A Series, DO-15
T10B Series, DO-201
High Surge Current Protection
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130-137
130
134
138-18
138
143
148
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15
16
16
17
17
1
18-202
5kA Series, TO-218
18
18
Primary Protection Series, Cell
19
Primary Protection Series, Modified TO-220
19
Primary Protection Balanced Series, Modified TO-220
19
High Surge Current Series, DO-214
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Reference Designs
Regulatory Requirements
Surge Waveforms for Various Standards
20
GR 1089—Core
20
ITU-T K.20 and K.21
21
TIA-968-A (formerly known as FCC Part 68)
218
TIA-968-# (formerly known as FCC Part 6
19
IEC 61000-4-2, 4-4 and 4-5 Summary
2
Mainland China Standard—YD/T 950-1998
22
Mainland China Standard—YD/T 993-1998
22
Mainland China Standard—YD/T 1082-2000
22
Certification and Accreditation Administration
22
of the People’s Republic of China
UL 497
2
UL 497A
2
UL 497B
23
UL 497C
23
UL 497D
Broadband Transmission Equipment
24-2
ADSL/VDSL Circuit Protection
PoE (Power Over Ethernet)
10 BaseT Ethernet Protection
100 BaseT Ethernet Protection
1000 BaseT Ethernet Protection
T3 Protection
HDSL Circuit Protection
Baseband Equipment
2-25
TI/E1/J1 Circuit Protection
TI/E1/J1 Asymmetrical Circuit Protection
Additional T1 Design Considerations
Battrax Gate Buffer Circuit
Analog Line Cards/SLIC (Subscriber Line Interface Circuit)
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ISDN Circuit Protection
6-OE&EJUJPO
CPE (Customer Premises Equipment)
2-
Protection Requirements
POTS (Plain Old Telephone Sets)
VoIP (Voice Over IP)
FXO/FXS App Note
CATV Equipment
2-26
Protection Requirements
Digital Set-top Box Protection
Primary Protection Modules
Primary Protection
Data Line Protectors
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SIDACtor® Products Selection Guide
Series Name
Package Type
Peak Pulse Rating:
Standoff
(working)
Voltage (VDRM)
Switching Voltage
(VS)
2x10μs
10x1000μs
8X20μs
A
6-25
25-40
150A
45A
150A
C
6-320
25-400
500A
100A
400A
C
6-320
25-400
500A
100A
400A
Type
RoHS Compliant
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Data
Sheet
Page
Broadband Optimized Protection:
72
DO-214AA
MC Series
TO-92
A
Modified TO-220
C
Balanced
MC Series
Modified TO-220
C
Pin 1-2, 3-2: 6-275 Pin 1-2, 3-2: 25-350
Pin 1-3: 12-550
Pin 1-3: 50-700
Pin 1-2, 3-2, 1-3:
130-420
Pin 1-2, 3-2, 1-3:
180-600
A
150A
45A
150A
500A
100A
500A
500A
100A
400A
150A
45A
150A
250A
80A
250A
500A
100A
400A
500A
100A
400A
t
80
t
3x3 QFN
B
Q2L Series
MC Multiport Series
3.3x3.3 QFN
C
MS-013
C
6-320
25-400
6-320
25-400
220 - 640
300 - 800
220-320
300-400
A
DO-214AA
TM
TwinChip
Series
B
150A
45A
150A
250A
80A
250A
A
DO-15
B
76
t
85
58
63
t
67
44
t
50A
49
80A
SDP TwinChipTM Series
3x3 QFN
F
16
43
100
30A
80A
t
40
SPD Series
5x6 QFN
B
58-320
77-400
250A
80A
250A
t
35
SDP Biased Series
5x6 QFN
C
6-320
25-400
500A
100A
400A
t
30
SEP Biased Series
5x6 QFN
C
6-75
25-98
500A
100A
400A
t
53
150A
45A
150A
500A
100A
400A
t
89
Subscriber Line Interface Circuit (SLIC) Protection:
A
Fixed Voltage Series
DO-214AA
C
58 - 160
77 - 200
Fixed Voltage
Twin SLIC Series
Modified
DO-214AA
A
58 - 160
77 - 200
150A
45A
150A
t
93
Fixed Voltage
Q2L Series
QFN
3.3x3.3
C
58 - 160
77 - 200
500A
100A
400A
t
97
Fixed Voltage
Single Series
MS-012
F
58 - 95
77 - 130
120A
30A
100A
t
101
Fixed Voltage
Enhanced Single Series
MS-012
F
58 - 160
77 - 200
120A
30A
100A
t
105
Fixed Voltage
Multiport Series
MS-013
58 - 160
77 - 200
t
109
Battrax® Series
Positive/Negative
Mod
DO-214AA
t
114
Battrax® Series
Single Port Negative
MS-013
C
Battrax® Series
Single Port Positive/Negative
MS-013
C
Battrax® Series
Dual Port Negative
MS-013
C
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150A
45A
150A
500A
100A
400A
A
150A
45A
150A
C
500A
100A
400A
500A
100A
400A
t
118
500A
100A
400A
t
122
500A
100A
400A
t
126
C
These devices track their
reference voltages.
Please refer to data sheets
in SIDACtor products catalog
or www.littelfuse.com
for detailed information.
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Series Name
Package Type
Type
Standoff
(working)
Voltage (VDRM)
Switching
Voltage (VS)
Peak Pulse Rating:
2x10μs
10x1000μs
8X20μs
150A
45A
150A
500A
100A
400A
150A
250A
500A
45A
80A
100A
150A
250A
400A
150A
250A
500A
150A
250A
500A
45A
80A
100A
45A
80A
100A
45A
150A
250A
400A
150A
250A
400A
RoHS Compliant
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Sheet
Page
t
130
t
134
t
138
t
157
t
162
165
Line Circuit Access Switch (LCAS) Protection:
A
Asymmetrical
Multiport Series
MS-013
Custom LCAS
Discrete Series
DO-214AA
C
A
B
C
These products have asymmetric
trigger voltages. See data sheet.
100-230
130-290
6-320
25-400
6-320
25-400
90-320
130-400
Pins 1-2,3-2: 25-275
Pins 1-3: 50-550
Pins 1-2,3-2: 40-350
Pins 1-3: 80-700
C
Pins 1-2,3-2,4-5,6-5:
6-320
Pins 1-3,4-6: 12-640
MS-013
C
Modified TO-220
B
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1):
DO-214AA
TO-92
SIDACtor®
Series
DO-15
Modified TO-220
SIDACtor®
Multiport
Series
SIDACtor®
Balanced
Series
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
A
B
C
A
MS-013
150A
250A
400A
45A
80A
100A
150A
250A
400A
t
Pins 1-2,3-2,4-5,6-5:
25-400
Pins 1-3,4-6: 50-800
150A
45A
150A
t
500A
100A
400A
t
130-420
180-600
500A
100A
400A
t
148
Pins 1-2, 3-2:
180-600
Pins 1-3: 180-600
150A
45A
150A
Pins 1-2, 3-2: 130-420
Pins 1-3: 130-420
t
17
t
15
A
C
SIDACtor
Balanced
Multiport
Series
250A
80A
250A
100A
400A
150A
45A
150A
250A
80A
250A
C
500A
100A
400A
Asym. A6
150A
45A
150A
250A
80A
250A
500A
100A
400A
B
MS-013
143
400A
A
®
80A
130-420
180-600
Asym. C6
Pins 1-2,2-3,4-5,5-6:
170-400
Pins 4-6,1-3: 50-270
Pins 1-2,2-3,4-5,5-6:
250-550
Pins 4-6,1-3: 80-340
Asym. B6
T10A Series
DO-15
A
50-245
84-370
50A
100A
t
17
T10B Series
DO-201
B
80-275
120-360
100A
250A
t
1
Cell
C
25-320
40-400
500A
100A
400A
t
19
Modified TO-220
C
Pins 1-2,3-2:
25-275
Pins 1-3: 50-550
Pins 1-2,3-2:
40-350
Pins 1-3: 80-700
500A
100A
400A
t
19
Primary Protection
Balanced Series
Modified TO-220
C
Pins 1-2, 3-2:
Pins 1-2, 3-2:
130-420
180-600
Pins 1-3: 130-420 Pins 1-3: 180-600
500A
100A
400A
t
19
5kA Series
TO-218
E
140-180
180-260
5000A
t
18
High Surge Current
Series
DO-214AA
D
6-320
25-400
800A
t
18
High Exposure Surge Protection:
Primary Protection
Series
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SIDACtor® Product Description
SIDACtor components are solid state crowbar devices
designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous
transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor
advancements, Littelfuse makes SIDACtor devices with a
patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures
effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A
surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory
requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968-A (formerly known
as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950-1.
Operation
In the standby mode, SIDACtor devices exhibit a high offstate impedance, eliminating excessive leakage currents
and appearing transparent to the circuits they protect.
Upon application of a voltage exceeding the switching
voltage (VS), SIDACtor devices crowbar and simulate a
short circuit condition until the current flowing through the
device is either interrupted or drops below the SIDACtor
device’s holding current (IH). Once this occurs, SIDACtor
devices reset and return to their high off-state impedance.
Figure 1.1 V-I Characteristics
Advantages
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protection and between tip-to-ground and ring-to-ground
for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed
behind some type of current-limiting device, such as the
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POLYFUSE® lightning tolerant resettable PTC devices.
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SIDACtor® Family Descriptions
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
The Broadband Optimized™ family of products is
focused on addressing the performance and regulatory
requirements of broadband equipment. The Broadband
Optimized family, with its wide range of solutions provides
applications with the options needed to address the
unique protection needs of DSL equipment (up to VDSL)
as well as Ethernet (up to 1000baseT). Optimization is
accomplished using proprietary and patented approaches
that minimize the negative effects of device capacitance
on broadband signals. The Broadband Optimized family
provides an overvoltage protection solution that helps
applications comply with Telcordia GR-1089 Issue 4, and
ITU-T recommendations K.20, K.21, K.44, and K.45.
SLIC Protection
The SLIC family of products is focused on addressing the
unique protection needs of SLIC (Subscriber Line Interface
Circuit) chip sets. The family offers Fixed Voltage and
Battrax® battery tracking protection solutions capable
of protecting SLIC devices from transients caused by
lightning and AC power cross. The SLIC family provides
an overvoltage protection solution that helps applications
comply with Telcordia GR-1089 Issue 4, and ITU-T
recommendations K.20, K.21, K.44, and K.45.
LCAS Protection
provides an overvoltage protection solution that helps
applications comply with Telcordia GR-1089 Issue 4, and
ITU-T recommendations K.20, K.21, K.44 and K.45.
The LCAS family of products is focused on the specialized
protection needs of Line Circuit Access Switches (LCAS).
This family utilizes a specialized asymmetric design
specially formulated for LCAS devices. The LCAS family
Baseband Protection
helps applications comply with Telcordia GR-1089 Issue 4,
ITU-T recommendations K.20, K.21, K.44, and K.45, and
TIA-968-A.
The Baseband family of products is focused on addressing
the performance and regulatory requirements of baseband
telecommunications equipment such as voice, modems,
and DS1. They offer an overvoltage protection solution that
High Surge Current Protection
protection requirements, a D-rated device capable of
1000A 2/10μs is available in a DO-214 package. The High
Surge Current Protection family provides an overvoltage
protection solution that help applications comply with
Telcordia GR-1089 Issue 4, and ITU-T recommendations
K.20, K.21, K.44, and K.45.
The High Surge Current products are a unique family
of very robust solid state protection devices intended for
use in high exposure environments. This family includes
products specifically designed for primary protection such
as cell and TO-220 devices. The High Surge Current
family also has devices capable of meeting 5kA 8/20μs
for use in extreme conditions. For enhanced secondary
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SIDACtor® Family Application Selector Table
Telecom Application
ADSL
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VDSL
VDSL2
HDSL2/4
ISDN
Ethernet 10/100/1000BaseT
PoE
VoIP FXO
Broadband
Optimized ™
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SLIC Protection
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t
t
t
t
t
t
t
t
Baseband
Protection
(Voice-DS1)
t
t
t
t
t
Negative Ringing SLIC
Positive & Negative Ringing SLIC
t
LCAS Relay
t
t
t
t
t
t
POTS-Telephone-corded & cordless
MDC Modem
PCI Modem
Multifunction Printer-Fax
t
Security System
t
Primary Protection Modules
Secondary Protection Modules-Strip
Protectors
t
t
t
t
t
Low Pair Count Installations
CATV Power Amplifiers
Base Stations
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VoIP FXS
T1/E1/J1 (DS1)
LCAS
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Package
(illustrations not to scale)
Broadband
Optimized™
Protection
SLIC Protection
LCAS Protection
Baseband
Protection
(Voice - DS1)
High Surge Current
Protection
t
t
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t
t
t
3x3x1 QFN
t
t
3.3x3.3x1 QFN
Surface Mount
t
5x6x1.5 QFN
t
t
DO-214AA
t
Modified DO-214AA
t
MS-012
t
t
MS-013
t
t
t
t
TO-92
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Through-Hole
Modified TO-220
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TO-218
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SIDACtor® Construction and Operation
SIDACtor devices are thyristor devices used to protect
sensitive circuits from electrical disturbances caused
by lightning-induced surges, inductive-coupled spikes,
and AC power fault conditions. The unique structure
and characteristics of the thyristor are used to create an
overvoltage protection device with precise and repeatable
turn-on characteristics with low voltage overshoot and high
surge current capabilities.
Physics
The device is a semiconductor device characterized as
having four layers of alternating conductivity: PNPN (Figure
1.2 below). The four layers include an emitter layer, an
upper base layer, a mid-region layer, and a lower base layer.
The emitter is sometimes referred to as a cathode region,
with the lower base layer being referred to as an anode
region.
Key Parameters
Figure 1.2 Geometric Structure of Bidirectional
SIDACtor devices
Key parameters for SIDACtor devices are VDRM, IDRM, VS, IH,
and VT (please refer to Figure 1.3 on page 11).
VDRM is the repetitive peak off-state voltage rating of
the device (also known as stand-off voltage) and is the
continuous peak combination of AC and DC voltage that
may be applied to the SIDACtor device in its off-state
condition.
N
IDRM is the maximum value of leakage current that results
from the application of VDRM.
N
Switching voltage (VS) is the maximum voltage that
subsequent components may be subjected to during a
fast-rising (100 V/μs) overvoltage condition.
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As the voltage across the device increases and exceeds
the device’s VDRM, the electric field across the center
junction reaches a value sufficient to cause avalanche
multiplication. As avalanche multiplication occurs, the
impedance of the device begins to decrease, and current
flow begins to increase until the device’s current gain
exceeds unity. Once unity is exceeded, the device
switches from a high impedance (measured at VS) to a
low impedance (measured at VT) until the current flowing
through the device is reduced below its holding current (IH).
Holding current (IH) is the minimum current required to
maintain the device in the on state.
On-state voltage (VT) is the maximum voltage across the
device during full conduction.
Operation
The device operates much like a switch. In the off state,
the device exhibits leakage currents (IDRM) less than 5 μA,
making it invisible to the circuit it is protecting. As a transient
voltage exceeds the device’s VDRM, the device begins to
enter its protective mode with characteristics similar to an
avalanche diode. When supplied with enough current (IS),
the device switches to an on state, shunting the surge from
the circuit it is protecting. While in the on state, the device
is able to sink large amounts of current because of the low
voltage drop (VT) across the device. Once the current flowing
through the device is either interrupted or falls below a
minimum holding current (IH), the device resets, returning to
its off state. If the IPP rating is exceeded, the device typically
becomes a permanent short circuit.
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SIDACtor® Device Electrical Parameters
SIDACtor electrical parameters are based on the following definition of conditions:
t On state (also referred to as the crowbar condition)
is the low impedance condition reached during full
conduction and simulates a short circuit.
t Off state (also referred to as the blocking condition)
is the high impedance condition prior to beginning
conduction and simulates an open circuit.
Figure 1.3 V-I Characteristics
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IT
IS
IH
-V
IDRM
+V
VT
VDRM
VS
-I
Please refer to Figure 1.3 above related to many of the following terms:
CO
di/dt
dv/dt
IS
IDRM
IH
IPP
IT
ITSM
VS
VDRM
VF
VT
Off-state Capacitance—capacitance measured in off state @ 2 V bias and 1 MHz
Rate of Rise of Current—maximum rated value of the acceptable rate of rise in current over time
Rate of Rise of Voltage—rate of applied voltage over time
Switching Current—maximum current required to switch to on state
Leakage Current—maximum peak off-state current measured at VDRM
Holding Current—minimum current required to maintain on state
Peak Pulse Current—maximum rated peak impulse current
On-state Current—maximum rated continuous on-state current
Peak One-cycle Surge Current—maximum rated one-cycle AC current
Switching Voltage—maximum voltage prior to switching to on state during 100 V/μs surge
Peak Off-state Voltage—maximum voltage that can be applied while maintaining off state
On-state Forward Voltage—maximum forward voltage measured at rated on-state current
On-state Voltage—maximum voltage measured at rated on-state current
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SIDACtor® Device Selection Criteria
When selecting a SIDACtor® device, use the following criteria:
For longitudinal surges (Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground), RTOTAL is
calculated for both Tip and Ring:
Off-state Voltage (VDRM)
RSOURCE = VPK/IPK
The VDRM of the SIDACtor® device must be greater than
the maximum operating voltage of the circuit that the
SIDACtor® device is protecting.
RTOTAL = RTIP3SOURCE
RTOTAL = RRING3SOURCE
Example 1: For a POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service)
application, convert the maximum operating Ring voltage
(150 VRMS) to a peak voltage, and add the maximum DC bias
of the central office battery:
For metallic surges (Tip-Ring):
RSOURCE = VPK/IPK
RTOTAL = RTIP3RING3SOURCE
150 VRMSð7PK = 268.8 VPK
Example 1: A modem manufacturer must pass the Type A
surge requirement of TIA-968-A without any series resistance.
? VDRM > 268.8 V
Example 2: For an ISDN application, add the maximum
voltage of the DC power supply to the maximum voltage
of the transmission signal (for U.S. applications, the
U-interface will not have a DC voltage, but European and
Japanese ISDN applications may):
IPK = 100 A, 10x560 μs
IPP ≥ 100 A, 10x560 μs
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device would be selected.
150 VPK7PK = 153 VPK
Example 2: A line card manufacturer must pass the surge
requirements of GR 1089 with 30 Ω on Tip and 30 Ω on Ring.
?VDRM > 153 V
IPK = 100 A, 10x1000 μs
Switching Voltage (VS)
VPK = 1000 V
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The VS of the SIDACtor device should be equal to or
less than the instantaneous peak voltage rating of the
component it is protecting.
RTOTAL = RSOURCE3TIP = 40 Ω
Example 1:
VS ≤ VRelay Breakdown
IPK (available) = VPK/RTOTAL = 1000 V/40 Ω
Example 2:
VS ≤ SLIC VPK
RSOURCE = VPK/IPK = 10 Ω
? IPP ≥ 25 A
Holding Current (IH)
Peak Pulse Current (IPP)
Because TIA-968-A 4.4.1.7.3 specifies that registered
terminal equipment not exceed 140 mA dc per conductor
under short-circuit conditions, the holding current of the
SIDACtor® device is set at 150 mA.
For circuits that do not require additional series resistance,
the surge current rating (IPP) of the SIDACtor® device should
be greater than or equal to the surge currents associated
with the lightning immunity tests of the applicable
regulatory requirement (IPK):
For specific design criteria, the holding current (IH) of the
SIDACtor® device must be greater than the DC current
that can be supplied during an operational and short circuit
condition.
IPP ≥ IPK
For circuits that use additional series resistance, the
surge current rating (IPP) of the SIDACtor® device should
be greater than or equal to the available surge currents
associated with the lightning immunity tests of the
applicable regulatory requirement (IPK(available)):
Off-State Capacitance (CO)
Assuming that the critical point of insertion loss is 70
percent of the original signal value, the SIDACtor® device
can be used in most applications with transmission speeds
up to 30 MHz. For transmission speeds greater than
30 MHz, the new MC series is highly recommended.
IPP ≥ IPK(available)
The maximum available surge current is calculated by
dividing the peak surge voltage (VPK) by the total circuit
resistance (RTOTAL):
IPK(available) = VPK/RTOTAL
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Overvoltage Protection Comparison
The four most commonly used technologies for
overvoltage protection are as follows:
Gas Discharge Tubes
Gas discharge tubes (GDTs) are either glass or ceramic
packages filled with an inert gas and capped on each end
with an electrode. When a transient voltage exceeds the
DC breakdown rating of the device, the voltage differential
causes the electrodes of the gas tube to fire, resulting in
an arc, which in turn ionizes the gas within the tube and
provides a low impedance path for the transient to follow.
Once the transient drops below the DC holdover voltage
and current, the gas tube returns to its off state.
t SIDACtor® devices
t Gas Discharge Tubes (GDTs)
t Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs)
t TVS diodes
All four technologies are connected in parallel with the
circuit being protected, and all exhibit a high off-state
impedance when biased with a voltage less than their
respective blocking voltages.
Advantages
Gas discharge tubes have high surge current and low
capacitance ratings. Current ratings can be as high as
20 kA, and capacitance ratings can be as low as 1 pF with
a zero-volt bias.
SIDACtor devices
®
A SIDACtor® device is a PNPN device that can be thought
of as a thyristor device without a gate. Upon exceeding its
peak off-state voltage (VDRM), a SIDACtor® device will clamp
a transient voltage to within the device’s switching voltage
(VS) rating. Then, once the current flowing through the
SIDACtor® device exceeds its switching current, the device
will crowbar and simulate a short-circuit condition. When
the current flowing through the SIDACtor® device is less
than the device’s holding current (IH), the SIDACtor® device
will reset and return to its high off-state impedance.
Applications
Gas discharge tubes are typically used for primary
protection due to their high surge rating. However, their
low interference for high frequency components make
them a candidate for high speed data links.
Metal Oxide Varistors
Advantages
Advantages of the SIDACtor® device include its fast
response time (Figure 1.1), stable electrical characteristics,
long term reliability, and low capacitance. Also, because
the SIDACtor® device is a crowbar device, it cannot be
damaged by voltage.
Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs) are two-leaded, throughhole components typically shaped in the form of discs.
Manufactured from sintered oxides and schematically
equivalent to two back-to-back PN junctions, MOVs shunt
transients by decreasing their resistance as voltage is
applied.
Restrictions
Advantages
Because the SIDACtor® device is a crowbar device,
it cannot be used directly across the AC line; it must
be placed behind a load. Failing to do so will result in
exceeding the SIDACtor® device’s maximum on-state
current rating, which may cause the device to enter a
permanent short-circuit condition.
Since MOVs surge capabilities are determined by their
physical dimensions, high surge current ratings are
available. Also, because MOVs are clamping devices, they
can be used as transient protectors in secondary AC power
line applications.
Applications
Applications
Although MOVs are restricted from use in many telecom
applications (other than disposable equipment), they
are useful in AC applications where a clamping device is
required and tight voltage tolerances are not.
Although found in other applications, SIDACtor® devices
are primarily used as the principle overvoltage protector in
telecommunications and data communications circuits. For
applications outside this realm, follow the design criteria in
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TVS Diodes
Transient Voltage Suppressor (TVS) diodes are clamping
voltage suppressors that are constructed with back-toback PN junctions. During conduction, TVS diodes create a
low impedance path by varying their resistance as voltage
is applied across their terminals. Once the voltage is
removed, the diode will turn off and return to its high offstate impedance.
Advantages
Because TVS diodes are solid state devices, they do not
fatigue nor do their electrical parameters change as long
as they are operated within their specified limits. TVS
diodes effectively clamp fast-rising transients and are well
suited for low-voltage applications that do not require large
amounts of energy to be shunted.
Applications
Due to their low power ratings, TVS diodes are not used as
primary interface protectors across Tip and Ring, but they
can be used as secondary protectors that are embedded
within a circuit.
Overshoot Levels versus dv/dt
Firgure 1.4 below shows a peak voltage comparison
between SIDACtor® devices, Gas Discharge Tubes (GDT),
Metal-Oxide Varistors (MOVs), and TVS diodes, all with
a nominal stand-off voltage rating of 230 V. The X axis
represents the dv/dt (rise in voltage with respect to time)
applied to each protector, and the Y axis represents the
maximum voltage drop across each protector.
Figure 1.4 Overshoot Levels versus dv/dt
1000
900
230 V Devices
800
Breakover Voltage – Volts
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700
Littelfuse SL0902A Series
(Fast Acting GDT)
600
500
400
MOV
TVS Diode
300
SIDACtor
200
0.001
0.01
0.1
10
1
dv/dt – Volts/μs
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Custom Part Number Capabilities
Littelfuse will provide customer specific part numbers
based on the screening of key electrical parameters as
well as custom lead forms.
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Littelfuse, Inc., its affiliates, agents, and employees, and
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The products shown herein are not designed for use in
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Trademarks and Patents
Littelfuse, Inc., manufacturer of Teccor® brand circuit
protection devices, is the proprietor of the SIDACtor®,
Battrax®, TeleLink®, TwinCHIPTM, TwinSLICTM and Broadband
OptimizedTM trademarks. All other brand names may be
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t Factual Approach to Decision Making: Effective
decisions are based on the analysis of data and
information at Littelfuse.
Littelfuse Quality Policy
Littelfuse is committed to being sensitive to customer
expectations and providing quality products and services
at a competitive price. In support of this commitment,
Littelfuse will:
t Mutually Beneficial Supplier Relationships:
Littelfuse and its suppliers are interdependent and a
mutually beneficial relationship enhances the ability of
both to create value.
t Encourage quality awareness and quality performance
in all associates at all levels of the company through
management leadership;
Quality Assurance
Littelfuse continually engages in processes designed to
assure quality through all stages of production, including:
t Promote the participation of all associates in making
individual contributions to the quality improvement
process;
t Incoming Material Quality: Littelfuse vendor analysis
programs provide stringent requirements before
components are delivered to Littelfuse. In addition,
purchased materials are tested rigidly at incoming
inspection for specification compliance prior to
acceptance for use.
t Support continuous quality improvements by providing
our associates with necessary training, tools and
information feedback to enable enhancement of the
quality of our products and services;
t Develop relationships with suppliers who consistently
demonstrate their ability to fulfill quality, price and
delivery objectives that are mutually beneficial; and;
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testing, we use statistical methods to control all critical
processes. Process audits and lot inspections are
performed routinely at all stages of the manufacturing
cycle.
t Build quality into our products and services, striving for
zero defects in everything we do, thereby reducing cost
and increasing Total Customer Satisfaction.
Quality Management Principles
t 1BSBNFUSJD5FTUJOHAll devices are 100% computer
tested for specific electrical characteristics at critical
processing points.
In support of and in addition to the above policies,
Littelfuse is committed to the following eight quality
management principles:
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sampled and tested for compliance with electrical and
mechanical requirements.
t Customer Focus: Littelfuse depends on its customers
and makes every effort to understand their current
and future needs. Littelfuse strives to meet customer
requirements and to exceed customer expectations.
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various product families for ongoing reliability testing.
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inspection is performed immediately prior to shipping.
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should create and maintain the internal environment
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The design and production of Littelfuse devices is a
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All products must first undergo rigid quality design reviews
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devices. Since even the best control systems cannot
overcome measurement limitations, Littelfuse designs and
manufactures its own computerized test equipment.
Only those products which pass tests designed to assure
Littelfuse high quality and reliability standards, while
economically satisfying customer requirements, are
approved for shipment. All new products and materials
must receive approval of QRA prior to being released to
production.
The Littelfuse Reliability Engineering Group conducts
ongoing product reliability testing to further confirm the
design and manufacturing parameters.
The combination of reliability testing, process controls, and
lot tracking assures the quality and reliability of Littelfuse’s
Reliability Stress Tests
applied across product lines depending on product
availability and test equipment capacities. Other tests may
be performed when appropriate.
The following table contains brief descriptions of the
reliability tests commonly used in evaluating Littelfuse
product reliability on a periodic basis. These tests are
Test Type
Typical Conditions
Test Description
Standards
High Temperature AC Blocking
80% of Rated VDRM (VAC-peak),
125°C or 150°C, 504 or 1008 hours
Evaluation of the reliability of
product under bias conditions
and elevated temperature
High Temperature Storage Life
150°C, 1008 hours
Evaluation of the effects on
devices after long periods of
storage at high temperature
MIL-STD-750 (Method 1031)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Biased Temperature & Humidity
52VDC, 85°C, 85%RH, 504 up to
1008 hours
Evaluation of the reliability of
non-hermetic packaged devices in humid environments
EIA/JEDEC, JESD22-A101
Temperature Cycle [Air to Air]
-65°C to 150°C, 15-minute dwell, 10
up to 100 cycles
Evaluation of the device’s ability to withstand the exposure
to extreme temperatures and
the forces of TCE during transitions between temperatures
MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051),
EIA/JEDEC, JESD22-A104
Thermal Shock [Liquid to Liquid]
0°C to 100°C, 5-minute dwell,
10-second transfer, 10 cycles
Evaluation of the device’s ability to withstand the sudden
changes in temperature and
exposure to extreme temperatures
MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (PCT)
121°C, 100%RH, 2atm, 24 up to
168 hours
Accelerated environmental
test to evaluate the moisture
resistance of plastic packages
EIA/JEDEC, JESD22-A102
Resistance to Solder Heat
260°C, 30 seconds
Evaluation of the device’s ability to withstand the temperatures as seen in wave soldering operations
MIL-STD-750 (Method 2031)
Solderability
Steam Aging (1 to 8 hrs)
245°C Solder Temperature
Evaluation of the solderability
of device terminals after simulated aging
ANSI J-STD-002
JEDEC, JESD-B-102
Lead Bend
225g weight, three 90° bends
Evaluation of resistance of
device leads to metal fatigue
MIL-STD-750 (Method 2036)
Moisture Sensitivity Level
85%RH, 85°C, 168hrs
3 reflow cycles (260°C peak)
Evaluation to determine device
immunity to moisture
JEDEC J-STD-020 Level 1
ESD
HBM, 8kV
CDM, 15kV
Evaluation to determine device
immunity to electro-static discharge
JESD22-A114, MIL-STD-883D
3015.7, JESD22-C101
MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Flammability Test
For the UL 94V0 flammability test, all epoxies used in Littelfuse encapsulated devices are recognized by Underwriters
Laboratories.
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Environmental Management Practices
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global commitment to green. This commitment includes
the establishment of focused and rigorous programs to
develop high-performance eco-friendly products along
with a comprehensive set of processing/reliability data and
technical process expertise.
In effort to reduce and eliminate negative environmental
impact of our operations, Littelfuse has devised
comprehensive environmental management practices.
Through regular communication of objectives, action plans
and achievements, Littelfuse associates are kept informed
of these practices. Employees are fully committed to
understanding and implementing the relevant aspects of
our system as part of their day to day work.
These processes are designed to detect, document and
eliminate hazardous substances such as Lead, Cadmium,
Hexavalent Chromium, Mercury and Brominated flameretardants (PBB and PBDE) to ensure we deliver products
that are RoHS compliant.
Littelfuse is committed to minimizing the environmental
impacts of its operations through various continual
improvement programs. It is the practice of Littelfuse to:
t Comply with all applicable laws and regulations worldwide
t Reduce and eliminate the use of hazardous materials in
our products
t Reduce the amount of raw materials used in operations
and reuse, rather than dispose, whenever possible and
promote recycling and use of recycled materials
t Prevent pollution by reducing and eliminating emissions to
the environment
t Work closely with our customers and suppliers to minimize
their overall impact on the environment
t Communicate environmental issues with all Littelfuse
associates through training programs and meetings
t Monitor our environmental performance on a regular basis
and communicate our progress to all interested parties
Environmental Compliance
As members of the global community, we at Littelfuse
have always strived to understand the impact of what
we do, and of what we create, on the world around us.
Because of this, our concern for the environment has
always been an integral and fundamental part of our
business. We continually work to balance our business
objectives with the need to protect and improve the local
and global environment.
Primary Areas of Concern
Littelfuse is focused on a variety of environmental issues.
A key area of concern is the reduction or elimination
of specific toxic materials in the manufacturing of our
products. This includes raw materials and processed
materials purchased from our suppliers. Currently, we are
focusing on the reduction and elimination of:
RoHS and Halogen-Free Definitions
RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances):
Product complies with the requirement of RoHS or
EU directive 2002/95/EC and all of its amendments.
t Lead
t Cadmium
t Specific forms of Chromium (Hexavalent Cr)
t Mercury
t Specific Brominated Flame retardants
Halogen-Free: Product contains minimal halogens
and their compounds in any form (exceeds IEC
61249-2-21):
t Chlorine: Less than 800 ppm of product weight
t Bromine: Less than 800 ppm of product weight
All of these substances are included in a class of
substances immediately or gradually being banned by
regional or country laws and ordinances. Littelfuse is
committed to ensuring that the use of these substances
ultimately be eliminated from our products so that we can
comply with related laws and regulations and reduce the
negative impact of these substances on the ecosystem
and thereby contribute to the preservation of the global
environment. This includes the use of these substances
in all products that are designed, manufactured, sold or
distributed by Littelfuse.
t All halogens combined (Fluorine, Chlorine, Bromine,
Iodine) less than 1000 ppm of product weight
SIDACtor Products Halogen-Free Conversion Timetable
Littelfuse plans to convert all SIDACtor product series
to Halogen-Free by mid 2010. All QFN, DO-214, TO-218
and Cell devices have already been converted, and other
package types are planned to convert along this schedule:
By end of Q4 2009:
A-PAK, DO-15 and TO-92
By end of Q1 2010:
MS-012 (8 Pin)
Please contact Littelfuse regarding any specific product
conversion inquiries.
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Telecommunications Protection
Because early telecommunications equipment was
constructed with components such as mechanical relays,
coils, and vacuum tubes, it was somewhat immune to
lightning and power fault conditions. But as step-by-step
switches and digital loop carriers have given way to more
modern equipment such as multiplexers, routers, gateways
and IP switches, there is an increased need for protecting
this equipment against system transients caused by
lightning and power fault conditions.
Power Fault
Another system transient that is a common occurrence for
telecommunications cables is exposure to the AC power
system. The common use of poles, trenches, and ground
wires results in varying levels of exposure which can be
categorized as direct power fault, power induction, and
ground potential rise.
Direct power fault occurs when a power line makes direct
contact to telecommunications cables. Direct contact is
commonly caused by falling trees, winter icing, severe
thunderstorms, and vehicle accidents. Direct power fault
can result in large currents being present on the line.
Lightning
During an electrical storm, transient voltages are induced
onto the telecommunications system by lightning currents
which enter the conductive shield of suspended cable or
through buried cables via ground currents.
Power induction is common where power cables and
telecommunications cables are run in close proximity
to one another. Electromagnetic coupling between the
cables results in system transients being induced onto
the telecommunications cables, which in turn can cause
excessive heating and fires in terminal equipment located
at the cable ends.
As this occurs, the current traveling through the conductive
shield of the cable produces an equal voltage on both the
Tip and Ring conductors at the terminating ends. Known as
a longitudinal voltage surge, the peak value and waveform
associated with this condition is dependent upon the
distance the transient travels down the cable and the
materials with which the cable is constructed.
Ground potential rise is a result of large fault currents
flowing to Ground. Due to the varying soil resistivity and
multiple grounding points, system potential differences
may result.
Although lightning-induced surges are always longitudinal
in nature, imbalances resulting from terminating equipment
and asymmetric operation of primary protectors can
result in metallic transients as well. A Tip-to-Ring surge
is normally seen in terminating equipment and is the
primary reason most regulatory agencies require telecom
equipment to have both longitudinal and metallic surge
protection.
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Lightning
During a lightning strike, the associated voltages range
from 20,000 V to 1,000,000 V while currents average
around 35,000 A. However, maximum currents associated
with lightning have been measured as high as 300,000 A.
Lightning is one of nature’s most common and dangerous
phenomena. At any one time, approximately 2,000
thunderstorms are in progress around the globe, with
lightning striking the earth over 100 times per second.
According to IEEE C.62, during a single year in the United
States lightning strikes an average of 52 times per square
mile, resulting in 100 deaths, 250 injuries, and over 100
million dollars in damage to equipment property.
10 Key Facts about Lightning
1. Lightning strikes the earth on an average of 100
times per second.
The Lightning Phenomenon
2. Lightning strikes can affect computers and other
electronic equipment as far as a kilometer away.
Lightning is caused by the complex interaction of rain,
ice, up drafts, and down drafts that occur during a typical
thunderstorm. The movement of rain droplets and ice
within the cloud results in a large build up of electrical
charges at the top and bottom of the thunder cloud.
Normally, positive charges are concentrated at the top
of the thunderhead while negative charges accumulate
near the bottom. Lightning itself does not occur until the
potential difference between two charges is great enough
to overcome the insulating resistance of air between them.
3. Lightning causes transient overvoltages (very fast
electrical surges) on power, data communication, and
signal and telephone lines. These surges then carry to
and affect vulnerable equipment.
4. At-risk electronic equipment includes computer
and peripheral equipment, building management
systems, IP-PBX systems, CATV equipment, fire and
security systems, PoE systems, and lighting arrays.
5. Transient overvoltages can cause instant damage
to equipment and its circuitry, leading to costly and
lengthy stoppages to operation and latent damage,
and can result in breakdowns weeks or months later.
Formation of Lightning
Cloud-to-ground lightning begins forming as the level of
negative charge contained in the lower cloud levels begins
to increase and attract the positive charge located at
Ground. When the formation of negative charge reaches
its peak level, a surge of electrons called a stepped leader
begins to head towards the earth. Moving in 50-meter
increments, the stepped leader initiates the electrical
path (channel) for the lightning strike. As the stepped
leader moves closer to the ground, the mutual attraction
between positive and negative charges results in a positive
stream of electrons being pulled up from the ground to the
stepped leader. The positively charged stream is known
as a streamer. When the streamer and stepped leader
make contact, it completes the electrical circuit between
the cloud and ground. At that instant, an explosive flow of
electrons travels to ground at half the speed of light and
completes the formation of the lightning bolt.
6. Even equipment in a building with structural lightning
protection is still at great risk, as structural protection
is designed to prevent damage to the building and to
prevent loss of life.
7. While most businesses are at risk, campus or multibuilding sites tend to be especially vulnerable.
8. Lightning can and does strike in the same place and
can strike the same place multiple times. Sites that
have suffered once are proven vulnerable and often
suffer again within a matter of months.
9. Protecting electronic systems from transient
overvoltage damage costs only a fraction of the cost
of damage.
10. Littelfuse designs and manufactures quality lightning
protection equipment.
Lightning Bolt
The initial flash of a lightning bolt results when the stepped
leader and the streamer make connection resulting in the
conduction of current to Ground. Subsequent strokes (3-4)
occur as large amounts of negative charge move farther
up the stepped leader. Known as return strokes, these
subsequent bolts heat the air to temperatures in excess of
50,000°F and cause the flickering flash that is associated
with lightning. The total duration of most lightning bolts
lasts between 500 millisecond and one second.
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PCB Layout
Because the interface portion of a Printed Circuit Board
(PCB) is subjected to high voltages and surge currents,
consideration should be given to the trace widths, trace
separation, and grounding.
Figure 1.6 Conductor Width versus Area
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Trace Widths
Based on the Institute for Interconnecting and Packaging
Electronic Currents, IPC D 275 specifies the trace widths
required for various current-carrying capacities. This is very
important for grounding conditions to ensure the integrity
of the trace during a surge event. The required width is
dependent on the amount of copper used for the trace and
the acceptable temperature rise which can be tolerated.
Littelfuse recommends a 0.025-inch trace width with one
ounce copper. (For example, a 38-AWG wire is equal to
approximately 8 mils to 10 mils. Therefore, the minimum
trace width should be greater than 10 mils.)
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400
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600
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Trace Separation
Tip and Ring traces are subjected to various transient and
overvoltage conditions. To prevent arcing between traces,
minimum trace separation should be maintained. UL
60950 provides additional information regarding creepage
and clearance requirements, which are dependent on the
Comparative Tracking Index (CTI) rating of the PCB, working
voltage, and the expected operating environment. For
additional information refer to the UL 60950-1 summary in
the Regulatory section of this catalog.
75 ˚C Allowable
60 ˚C Temperature
45 ˚C Rise
30 ˚C
20 ˚C
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Current in Amperes
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7
6
5
4
3
2
A good rule of thumb for outside layers is to maintain a
minimum of 18 mils for 1 kV isolation. Route the Tip and
Ring traces towards the edge of the PCB, away from areas
containing static sensitive devices.
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10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400
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Conductor Cross-Section Area (sq mils)
The minimum width and thickness of conductors on a PCB
is determined primarily by the current-carrying capacity
required. This current-carrying capacity is limited by the
allowable temperature rise of the etched copper conductor.
An adjacent ground or power layer can significantly
reduce this temperature rise. A single ground plane can
generally raise the allowed current by 50 percent. An
easy approximation can be generated by starting with the
information in Figure 1.5 to calculate the conductor crosssectional area required. Once this has been done, refer to
Figure 1.6 for the conversion of the cross-sectional area to
the required conductor width, dependent on the copper foil
thickness of the trace.
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Other practices to ensure sound grounding techniques are:
Grounding
1. Cross signal grounds and earth grounds perpendicularly
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supplies.
Although often overlooked, grounding is a very important
design consideration when laying out a protection interface
circuit. To optimize its effectiveness, several things should be
considered in sequence:
2. Make sure that the ground fingers on any edge connector
extend farther out than any power or signal leads in order
to guarantee that the ground connection invariably is
connected first.
1. Provide a large copper plane with a grid pattern for the
Ground reference point.
2. Decide whether to use a single-point or a multi-point
grounding scheme. A single-point (also called centralized)
grounding scheme is used for circuit dimensions smaller
than one-tenth of a wavelength (O = 300,000/frequency)
and a multi-point (distributed) grounding scheme is used
for circuit trace lengths greater than one-fourth of a
wavelength.
Table 1.2 Values of Constants for the Geometric Mean
Distance of a Rectangle
t/w or w/t
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0.050
0.100
0.150
0.200
0.250
0.300
0.350
0.400
0.450
0.500
0.550
0.600
0.650
0.700
0.750
0.800
0.850
0.900
0.950
1.000
3. Because traces exhibit a certain level of inductance,
keep the length of the ground trace on the PCB as short
as possible in order to minimize its voltage contribution
during a transient condition. In order to determine the
actual voltage contributed to trace inductance, use the
following equations:
V = L (di/dt)
L = 0.0051 U [loge 2 UUX
›MPHeG] in μH
where U = length of trace
G = function of thickness and width
(as provided in Table 1.2)
t = trace thickness
w = trace width
For example, assume circuit A is protected by a P3100SCL
with a VS equal to 300 V and a ground trace one inch in
length and a self-inductance equal to 2.4 μH/inch. Assume
circuit B has the identical characteristics as Circuit A, except
the ground trace is five inches in length instead of one inch
in length. If both circuits are surged with a 100 A, 10x1000
μs wave-form, the results would be as shown in Table 1.1:
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Protection
Level
(VL + VS)
Circuit
VL = 2.4 μH (100 A/10 μs) = 24 V
A
300 V
324 V
Circuit
VL = 12 μH (100 A/10 μs) = 120 V
B
300 V
420 V
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LogeG
0.0
0.00089
0.00146
0.00210
0.00239
0.00249
0.00249
0.00244
0.00236
0.00228
0.00219
0.00211
0.00203
0.00197
0.00192
0.00187
0.00184
0.00181
0.00179
0.00178
0.00177
0.00177
Note: Sides of the rectangle are t and w. The geometric mean distance R is given by:
logeR = logeUX
MPHe(3,UX
MPHe,MPHeG.
Table 1.1 Overshoot Caused by Trace Inductance
VL = L (di/dt)
K
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0.22333
0.22346
0.22360
0.22366
0.22369
0.22369
0.22368
0.22366
0.22364
0.22362
0.22360
0.22358
0.22357
0.22356
0.22355
0.22354
0.22353
0.22353
0.22353
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0.223525
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PCB Placement Guidelines for QFN (Quad Flatpak No-Lead Package)
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PCB Design Guidelines
This document is written to serve as a guideline to help
the user in developing the proper PCB design and surface
mount process. Development effort and actual studies may
still be needed to optimize the process in order to meet
individual specific requirements.
There are two different types of PCB pad configurations
commonly used for surface mount leadless QFN packages:
1) Non Solder Mask Defined Style (NSMD)
2) Solder Mask Defined Style (SMD)
The NSMD contact pads have the solder mask pulled away
from the solderable metallization, while the SMD pads
have the solder mask over the edge of the metallization.
Littelfuse’s Q2L Quad Flatpak - No Lead Package (QFN) is
a near Chip Scale Package (CSP) that uses conventional
copper leadframe technology. Mechanical, thermal, and
electrical connections are made through the exposed lands
on the bottom of the package. This construction enables
the use of a stable thermal path and electrical ground
through a robust mechanical solder connection to the PCB.
Its miniature dimension and low profile (1.0 mm height on
PCB) requires less board area which increases board density
compared to traditional leaded surface mount packages.
With the SMD pads, the solder mask restricts the flow
of solder paste on the top of metallization that prevents
the solder from flowing along the side of the metal pad
(see Fig. 1.8 below).
The QFN packaged product allows for a decreased package
size without sacrificing performance. This package platform
is ideal for high density circuits and for handheld electronic
products.
Package Design
The QFN packages are designed in MAP (Matrix Array
Package) leadframe format and individually singulated by
using a saw process (see Fig. 1.7 below). It can provide
customized body size and customized land format design
for specific design needs and applications.
Figure 1.8: SMD pad
This is different from the NSMD where the solder will
flow around both the top and sides of the metallization
(see Fig. 1.9 below).
3 x 3 QFN
5 x 6 QFN
Figure 1.9: NSMD pad
Figure 1.7: QFN package images
NSMD pads are recommended over SMD pads since the
copper etching process is capable of a tighter tolerance
than the solder masking process. Additionally, NSMD pads
with solder mask opening larger than the metal pad size
also improves the reliability of the solder joint as solder is
allowed to wrap around the sides of the metal pads.
NSMD Pad Design Considerations
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(0.076mm) away from the edge of the solderable pad
when dimensionally possible. This allows for solder mask
registration tolerances and ensures the solder is not
inhibited by the mask as it reflows along the side of the
metal pads.
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PCB Pad Pattern
Board Mounting Considerations
The dimensions of the PCBs solderable pads should match
those of the pads on the package (see Fig. 1.10 A-D below).
Solder Paste
The quality of the paste print is an important factor in
producing high-yield assemblies. The paste is the vehicle
that provides the flux and solder alloy necessary for a
reliable and repeatable assembly process.
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Figure 1.10 A:
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used in mounting QFNs. Typically, the choice of solder paste
determines the profile and reflow parameters. Most paste
manufacturers provide a suggested thermal profile for their
productsand must be referenced prior to manufacturing.
Figure 1.10 B:.
5x6 QFN PCB Layout
Solder Stencil
The stencil thickness, as well as etched pattern geometry,
determines the precise volume of solder paste deposited
onto the device land pattern. Stencil alignment accuracy and
consistent solder volume transfer are critical for uniform
reflow-solder processing.
1.27mm
0.050”
1.50mm
0.059”
Stencils are usually made of brass or stainless steel, with
stainless steel being more durable. Apertures must be
trapezoidal to ensure uniform release of the solder paste and
to reduce smearing (see Fig. 1.11).
2.54mm
0.100”
Figure 1.10 C:
3x3 OFN Footprint
Figure 1.10 D:.
3x3 QFN PCB Layout
PCB Surface Finishes
The key factor in selecting an acceptable surface finish is to
ensure that the land pads have a uniform coating. Irregular
surface plating, uneven solder paste thickness, and crowning
of the solder plating can reduce the overall surface mount
yields.
There are two common surface finishes which are used for
PCB surface mount devices. The first consists of an organic
solderability preservative (OSP) coating over a copper plated
pad. The organic coating assists in reducing oxidation in order
to preserve the copper metallization for soldering.
Figure 1.11: Solder Stencil Profile
The second recommended surface finish consists of plated
electroless nickel over the copper pad followed
by immersion gold.
The solder joint thickness of QFN lead fingers must be
0.050mm to 0.075mm. Thickness of the stencils is usually in
the 0.100mm to 0.150mm.
Of all the coating and plating options available, Ni/Au is the
most versatile, providing the gold thickness is controlled.
Typically, 5um nickel, and between 0.05um and 0.1um gold
are needed to prevent gold embrittlement which may affect
the reliability of the solder joint.
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The blade angle and speed must be fine-tuned to ensure
even paste transfer. An inspection of stenciled board is
recommended before placing the parts, because proper
stencil application is the most important factor with regards
to reflow yields further on in the process. As a guide,
stencil thickness of 0.125mm for QFN components is
recommended.
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Lead Finger Stencil Design
Solder Reflow
The optimum and reliable solder joints on the perimeter pads
should have 50 to 75 microns (2 to 3 mils) standoff height.
There are no special requirements when reflowing QFN
components. As with all SMT components, it is important
that profiles be checked on all new board designs.
The first step in achieving good standoff is the solder paste
stencil design for perimeter pads. The stencil aperture
opening should be designed so that the maximum paste
release is achieved. This is typically achieved by considering
the following two ratios:
In addition, if there are multiple packages on the board, the
profile must be checked at different locations on the PCB.
Component temperatures may vary because of surrounding
components, location of the device on the board, and
package densities.
1) Area Ratio = Area of Aperture Opening / Area of
Aperture Wall
Figure 1.13 is an example of a standard reflow profile
for a lead-free solder paste. The paste manufacturer will
determine the exact profile, since the chemistry and
viscosity of the flux may vary.
2) Aspect Ratio = Aperture Width / Stencil Thickness
For rectangular aperture openings, as required for this
package, these ratios are:
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where L & W are aperture length and width, T is stencil
thickness.
Temperature (ºC)
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For optimum paste release the area and aspect ratios should
be greater than 0.66 and 1.5 respectively.
Peak Temp
150
Liquidus
60-90 sec
It is recommended that stencil aperture should be 1:1 to
PCB pad sizes as both area and aspect ratio targets are
easily achieved by this aperture.
Soak Stage
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The stencil should be laser cut and electropolished. The
polishing helps in smoothing the stencil walls resulting in
better paste release.
50
100 150
200
Time (Seconds)
250
Figure 1.13: Typical Profiles for Lead-Free Solder
In general, the temperature of the part should not be
raised more than 2° C/sec during the initial stages of the
reflow profile. The soak zone then occurs when the part is
approximately 150° C up to 190° C and should last for 90
to 120 seconds. Extending the time in the soak zone will
typically reduce the risk of voiding within the solder. The
temperature is then raised and will be above the liquidus of
the solder for 60 to 90 seconds depending on the mass of
the board. The peak temperature of the profile should be 30°
C to 40° C above the melting point of the solder. However,
the temperature during reflow should not exceed the
maximum temperature the package is qualified for according
to Moisture Sensitivity Level Testing. Finally, Ramp Down
Rate from peak temperature to room temperature should not
exceed 4° C/sec.
It is also recommended that the stencil aperture tolerances
should be tightly controlled, especially for 0.4 and 0.5mm
pitch devices, as these tolerances can effectively reduce the
aperture size.
Package Placement and Alignment
The pick and place accuracy governs the package placement
and rotational (theta) alignment. This is equipment/ process
dependent. Slightly misaligned pads (less than 50% off the
pad center) automatically self-align during reflow due to
surface tension of the solder (see Fig. 1.12).
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be satisfyingly free from contamination on the final board, so
it is recommended that an experiment should be conducted
to examine whether eventually the flux residues are required
to be removed.
Figure 1.12: Self-Assignment at Reflow
Grossly misaligned packages (greater than 50% off the
pad center) must be removed prior to reflow, as they may
develop electrical shorts resulting from solder bridges, if
they are subjected to reflow.
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Solder Joint Inspection
Site Redress
Inspection of QFNs on a PCB is commonly accomplished
with the use of an X-ray inspection system.
Once the QFN has been removed, the residual solder that
remains on the pads must be removed. The QFN PCB
site is very fragile because of its small pad sizes. To avoid
damaging the pads or solder mask, the site redress process
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to the site after component removal. Using a temperaturecontrolled soldering iron fitted with a small flat blade, gently
apply solder braid that has been presoaked in flux over the
PCB pads.
In most cases, 100% inspection is not performed. Typically,
X -ray inspection is used to establish process parameters and
then to monitor the production equipment and process. The
X-ray inspection system can detect bridging, shorts, opens,
and solder voids.
In addition to searching for defects, the mounted device
should be rotated on its side to inspect the sides of the
solder joints. These joints should have enough solder volume
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shaped connection is not formed (see Fig. 1.14 below).
Residual flux is removed from the site with alcohol and
a lint-free swab. This site is then inspected prior to the
replacement process.
Component Replacement and Reflow
Due to the small pad configurations of the QFN, and since
the pads are on the underside of the package, a manual
pick and place procedure without the aid of magnification is
not recommended. A dual image optical system where the
underside of the package can be aligned to the PC board
should be used instead.
Figure 1.14: Desirable vs. Hour Glass Solder Joint
Reflowing the component onto the board can be
accomplished by either passing the board through the
original reflow profile, or by selectively heating the QFN with
the same process that was used to remove it. The benefit
of subjecting the entire board to a second reflow is that the
QFNs will be mounted consistently and by a profile that was
already defined. The disadvantage is that all of the other
devices mounted with the same solder type will be reflowed
for a second time.
Rework Methodology
Due to the fact that the QFN is a leadless device, the entire
package must be removed from the PCB if there is an issue
with the solder joints. It is important to minimize the chance
of overheating neighboring devices during the removal of
the package since the devices are typically in close proximity
with each other.
Standard SMT rework systems are recommended for this
procedure since the airflow and temperature gradients can be
carefully controlled. It is also recommended that the PCB be
placed in an oven at 125° C for 4 to 8 hours prior to heating the
parts to remove excess moisture from the packages.
If subjecting all of the parts to a second reflow is either
a concern or unacceptable for a specific application, then
the localized reflow option would be the recommended
procedure.
Component Removal
The gas nozzle used during this process surrounds the
device and seals against the board. The QFN is heated from
the topside with hot gas while residual heat is exhausted up
and away from adjacent components.
The anti-crushing feature in the nozzle prevents excessive
topside force from being applied to the QFN.
The entire assembly is also heated from the bottom side
with an under-board heater to help prevent warpage.
Preheating the board to a fixed temperature before
the component is heated also helps to ensure process
repeatability.
Once the reflow process is complete, the nozzle vacuum
cup is automatically activated and the component is slowly
lifted off the pads. The vacuum cup in the nozzle is designed
to disengage if the component has not fully reflowed for any
reason. This prevents the potential for lifting pads.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Lead-Free Soldering Recommendations
Littelfuse now offers only RoHS-compliant SIDACtor®
devices. This conversion requires a change from former SnPb board-mounting process parameters for two reasons:
Recommended Soldering Reflow Profile
Figure 1
tP
TP
t The wettability (how well the molten solder flows on
solderable surfaces) is degraded for Sn-Ag-Cu alloys
(industry-preferred lead-free solder) as compared to SnPb eutectics.
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Introduction
Introduction: SIDACtor Products Overview and Selection Guides
t The melting point for Sn-Ag-Cu alloys is typically around
220°C (varying slightly among different alloys), much
higher than the 183°C melting point of conventional SnPb eutectic solder.
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
Increasing profile temperatures and/or dwell times typically
overcomes these issues.
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
This board-mounting standard serves as a design guideline
for the electronics business unit relative to lead-free or
RoHS-compliant product development across all Littelfuse
facilities worldwide. This design guideline is applicable to all
new product development programs as well as modifications
of existing products.
Time
Convection Reflow - Surface Mount Devices (SMD)
Table 1.3 defines the reflow parameter and lead-free
requirements for convection reflow SMD soldering.
Table 1.3 Convection Reflow (SMD) Parameters and
Lead-Free Requirement
Pb-Free assembly
(see figure above)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Reflow Condition
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Wave Solder - Through-Hole Devices (THD)
Table 1.4 defines the wave parameter and lead-free
requirements for THD wave soldering.
Table 1.4 Wave Solder (THD) Parameters and
Lead-Free Requirement
Reflow Parameter
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Lead-Free Requirement
Preheat (depending on flux only)
Temperature Min
Temperature Max
Time (Min to Max)
150°C
200°C
60–180 seconds
Solder Pot Temperature
245–265°C (Max)
Solder Dwell Time
2–3.5 seconds
Cooling
-6°C/second (Max)
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Sn-Pb Soldering Recommendations
When placing surface mount components, a good solder
bond is critical because:
260
ea Temperature
220 ˚C 245 ˚C
240
220
t The solder provides a thermal path in which heat is
dissipated from the packaged silicon to the rest of board
˚C
200
1.3 1.6 ˚C s
t A good bond is less subject to thermal fatiguing and
results in improved component reliability.
Reflow Soldering
2.5 ˚C s
180
0.5 0.6 ˚C s
160
Temperature
Introduction
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140
one
Re low one
60 0 s t pical
(2 min A )
30 60 s t pical
(2 min A )
Soa in
120
2.5 ˚C s
100
80
re- eatin
60
one
( 2 4 min
A
)
40
20
The preferred technique for mounting the DO-214AA package
is to reflow-solder the device onto a PCB-printed circuit board,
as shown in Figure 1.15.
0
0
30
60
0
120
150
180
210
240
270
300
Time (Seconds)
Figure 1.16: Reflow Soldering Profile for SN-Pb Soldering
Wave Soldering
1. Screen print solder paste
(or lu )
2.
lace component
(allow lu to dr )
Another method for soldering components to a PCB is wave
soldering. After fluxing the PCB, an adhesive is applied to
the respective footprints so that components can be glued
in place. Once the adhesive cures, the board is pre-heated
and then placed in contact with a molten wave of solder with
a temperature between 240°C and 260°C and permanently
affixes the component to the PCB (Figures 1.17 & 1.18)
3. Re low solder
Figure 1.15: Reflow Soldering Procedure
For reliable connections, the PCB should first be screen
printed with a solder paste or fluxed with an easily
removable, reliable solution, such as Alpha 5003 diluted with
benzyl alcohol. If using a flux, the PCB should be allowed to
dry to touch at room temperature (or in a 70°C oven) prior to
placing the components on the solder pads.
Although a popular method, wave soldering has drawbacks:
t A double pass is often required to remove excess solder
t Solder bridging and shadows begin to occur as board
density increases
t Wave soldering uses the sharpest thermal gradient
Relying on the adhesive nature of the solder paste or flux to
prevent the devices from moving prior to reflow, components
should be placed with either a vacuum pencil or automated
pick and place machine.
Apply glue
With the components in place, the PCB should be heated
to a point where the solder on the pads begins to flow. This
is typically done on a conveyor belt which first transports
the PCB through a pre-heating zone. The pre-heating zone
is necessary in order to reduce thermal shock and prevent
damage to the devices being soldered, and should be limited
to a maximum temperature of 165°C for 10 seconds.
Place component
Wave solder
Screen print glue
Figure 1.17: Wave Soldering of Surface Mount Components
After pre-heating, the PCB goes to a vapor zone. The vapor
zone is obtained by heating an inactive fluid to its boiling
point while using a vapor lock to regulate the chamber
temperature. This temperature is typically 215°C, but for
temperatures in excess of 215°C, care should be taken so
that the maximum temperature of the leads does not exceed
275°C and the maximum temperature of the plastic body
does not exceed 260°C. (Figure 1.16)
PC board
Insert leaded components
Turn over the PC board
Apply glue
Place SMDs
During reflow, the surface tension of the liquid solder draws
the leads of the device towards the center of the soldering
area, correcting any misalignment that may have occurred
during placement and allowing the device to set flush on the
pad. If the footprints of the pad are not concentrically aligned,
the same effect can result in undesirable shifts as well.
Therefore, it is important to use a standard contact pattern
which leaves sufficient room for self-positioning.
Cure glue
Turn over the PC board
Wave solder
After the solder cools, connections should be visually
inspected and remnants of the flux removed using a vapor
degreaser with an azeotrope solvent or equivalent.
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Cure glue
Figure 1.18: Wave Soldering of Surface Mount and Leaded Components
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SIDACtor® Product Data Sheets
Table of Contents
Broadband OptimizedTM Protection
30-88
SDP Biased Series, 5x6 QFN
SDP Series, 5x6 QFN
SDP TwinChip™ Series, 3x3 QFN
TwinChip™ Series, DO-214
TwinChip™ Series, DO-15
SEP Biased Series, 5x6 QFN
Q2L Series, 3x3 QFN
Q2L Series, 3.3x3.3 QFN
MC Multiport Series, MS-013
MC Series, DO-214
MC Series, TO-92
MC Series, Modified TO-220
Balanced MC Series, Modified TO-220
30
35
40
44
49
53
58
63
67
72
76
80
85
Subscriber Line Interface Circuit (SLIC) Protection
89-129
Fixed Voltage Series Products
Fixed Voltage Series, DO-214
Fixed Voltage TwinSLIC™Series, Modified DO-214
Fixed Voltage Q2L Series, 3.3x3.3 QFN
89
93
97
Fixed Voltage Single Port Series, MS-012
101
Fixed Voltage Enhanced Single Port Series, MS-012
105
109
Fixed Voltage Multiport Series, MS-013
Battrax® (Battery Tracking Protection) Series
Battrax® Series Single Port Positive/Negative, MS-013
114
118
122
Battrax® Series Dual Port Negative, MS-013
126
Battrax® Series Positive/Negative, Modified DO-214
Battrax® Series Single Port Negative, MS-013
Line Circuit Access Switch (LCAS) Series
Asymmetrical Multiport Series, MS-013
Asymmetrical Discrete Series, DO-214
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
®
SIDACtor Series, DO-214
SIDACtor® Multiport Series, MS-013
SIDACtor® Balanced Series, MS-013
SIDACtor® Balanced Multiport Series, MS-013
SIDACtor® Series, TO-92
SIDACtor® Series, DO-15
SIDACtor® Series, Modified TO-220
SIDACtor® Balanced Series, Modified TO-220
T10A Series, DO-15
T10B Series, DO-201
High Surge Current Protection
130
134
138-182
138
143
148
15
15
16
16
17
17
1
18-20
5kA Series, TO-218
18
18
Primary Protection Series, Cell
19
Primary Protection Series, Modified TO-220
19
Primary Protection Balanced Series, Modified TO-220
19
High Surge Current Series, DO-214
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130-137
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
SDP Biased Series - 5x6 QFN
Description
This new SDP Biased series provides overvoltage
protection for applications such as VDSL2, ADSL2, and
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silicon design innovation results in a capacitive loading
characteristic that is compatible with these high bandwidth
applications. This surface mount QFN package provides a
surge capability that exceeds most worldwide standards
and recommendations for lightning surge withstand
capability of secondary protectors.
Features & Benefits
Agency Approvals
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(30MHz)
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protection
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surged in excess of ratings
Agency File Number
E133083
t-PXJOTFSUJPOMPTT
t-PXQSPmMF
Pinout Designation
Tip in
1
- Bias
Ground
Ring in
4
8
Tip out
2
7
3
6
+ Bias
Ground
5
Ring out
Applicable Global Standards
Schematic Symbol
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Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
SDP0080Q38CB
SDP0640Q38CB
SDP0720Q38CB
SDP0900Q38CB
SDP1100Q38CB
SDP1300Q38CB
SDP1800Q38CB
SDP2600Q38CB
SDP3100Q38CB
SDP3500Q38CB
SDP-8C
SDP06C
SDP07C
SDP09C
SDP11C
SDP13C
SDP18C
SDP26C
SDP31C
SDP35C
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IH
IS
IT
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Amps
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
6
58
65
75
90
120
170
220
275
320
25
77
88
98
130
160
220
300
350
400
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
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Capacitance
See Capacitance vs
Voltage Chart
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
V-I: Characteristics
Capacitance vs. Voltage*
+I
40
Bias Voltage
35
IT
Capacitance (pF)
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
0V
5V
24V
50V
30
+V
3.3V
12V
30V
25
20
15
VDRM
VT
10
VS
5
0
0.1
1
10
Line Voltage (V)
-I
* Bias voltage must be lower than VDRM
50/60Hz Ratings
Parameter Name
Test Conditions
Value
Units
ITSM Maximum non-reptitive
on-state current, 50/60Hz
0.5s
1s
2s
5s
30s
900s
6.5
4.6
3.4
2.3
1.3
0.73
A
Surge Ratings
ITSM
IPP
Series
C
2x10μs
1.2x50μs/8x20μs
10x700/5x310μs
10x1000μs
600VRMS 1 cycle
A min
A min
A min
A min
ARMS
500
400
200
100
30
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
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- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
5x6 QFN
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Junction Temperature
UP
°C
TSTG
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
100
°C/W
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100
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
IH
10
8
6
25 °C
4
1.8
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
12
1.6
1.4
2
0
-4
25°C
1.2
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
-20
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
TL
Temperature
Reflow Condition
tL
TS(max)
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Environmental Specifications
Physical Specifications
Lead Material
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
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Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
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10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Resistance to Solder
Heat
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Copper Alloy
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Dimensions — 5x6 QFN
A
5
I
B
6
H
D
7
8
K
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
L
J
E
4
3
I
2
F
G
PIN 1 INDICATOR
PIN 1 & 8: TIP CONNECTIONS
PIN 2: BIAS (-)
PIN 3 & 6: GROUND CONNECTIONS
PIN 4 & 5: RING CONNECTIONS
PIN 7: BIAS (+)
C
Inches
Dimension
F (REF)
G (REF)
Millimeters
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.187
0.226
0.054
0.165
0.027
0.011
0.047
0.032
0.027
0.100
0.027
0.015
0.207
0.246
0.064
0.171
0.033
0.017
0.053
0.038
0.033
0.106
0.033
0.021
4.745
5.745
1.374
4.199
0.686
0.279
1.194
0.800
0.686
2.540
0.686
0.381
5.253
6.253
1.628
4.351
0.838
0.432
1.346
0.953
0.838
2.692
0.838
0.533
5x6 QFN Solder Pad Layout
.0500
.0200
.2920 .2050 .1180
Part Numbering
Part Marking
SDP xxx 0 Q38 C B
TYPE
SIDACtor DSL Protector
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
XXXXXX
BIASED
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
IPP RATING
XXXXX
Date Code
PACKAGE TYPE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
Packing Options
Package Type
Q38
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
5x6x1.5 QFN
Tape and Reel Pack
4000
N/A
EIA-481-D
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Tape and Reel Specifications — 5x6 QFN
Reel Dimension
Symbols
A
B
C
D
N
W1
A0
B0
D0
D1
E1
E2
C
A
D
N
W1
B
Tape Leader and Trailer Dimensions
END
CARRIER TAPE
START
COVER TAPE
F
TRAILER
160mm MIN
LEADER
400mm MIN
K0
P0
P1
Tape Dimension Items
D0
P0
P2
T
CARRIER TAPE
D1
T
W
B0 F
E2 W
W0
K0
P2
E1
P1
W0
A0
COVER TAPE
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Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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Description
Inches
Millimeters
Min
Max
Min
Reel Diameter
N/A 12.992 N/A
Drive Spoke Width
0.059
N/A
1.50
Arbor Hole Diameter
0.504 0.531 12.80
Drive Spoke Diameter
0.795
N/A
20.20
Hub Diameter
1.969
N/A
50.00
Reel Inner Width at Hub 0.488 0.567 12.40
Pocket Width at Bottom 0.204 0.212 5.20
Pocket Length at Bottom 0.244 0.252 6.20
Feed Hole Diameter
0.059 0.063 1.50
Pocket Hole Diameter
0.059
N/A
1.50
Feed Hole Position 1
0.065 0.073 1.65
Feed Hole Position 2
0.400 0.408 10.15
Feed Hole Center 0.212 0.220 5.40
Pocket Hole Center 2
Pocket Depth
0.067 0.075 1.70
Feed Hole Pitch
0.153 0.161 3.90
Component Spacing
0.311 0.319
7.90
Feed Hole Center 0.077 0.081 1.90
Pocket Hole Center 1
Carrier Tape Thickness
0.010 0.014 0.25
Embossed Carrier
0.460 0.484 11.70
Tape Width
Cover Tape Width
0.358 0.366 9.10
Max
330.0
N/A
13.50
N/A
N/A
14.40
5.40
6.40
1.60
N/A
1.85
10.35
5.60
1.90
4.10
8.10
2.10
0.35
12.30
9.30
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
SDP Series - 5x6 QFN
Description
This new SIDACtor® Series provides overvoltage protection
GPSBQQMJDBUJPOTTVDIBT"%4-BOE#BTF5XJUIB
minimal effect on data signals. This latest silicon design
innovation results in capacitive loading characteristic that
is compatible with these high bandwidth applications. This
surface mount QFN package provides a surge capability
that exceeds most worldwide intra-building standards and
recommendations for lightning surge withstand capability
of secondary protectors.
Features and Benefits
Agency Approvals
Agency
t-PXQSPmMF
t$PNQBUJCMFXJUI7%4-
(30MHz)
Agency File Number
t4NBMM40GPPUQSJOU
t#BMBODFEPWFSWPMUBHF
protection
E133083
Pinout Designation
t'BJMTTIPSUDJSDVJUXIFO
surged in excess of
ratings
t-PXEJTUPSUJPO
Tip in
1
NC
Ground
Ring in
4
t-PXJOTFSUJPOMPTT
8
Tip out
2
7
3
6
NC
Ground
Applicable Global Standards
5
Ring out
t5*""
t(3*OUFSCVJMEJOH
t5*"#
t(3*OUSBCVJMEJOH
t*56,&OIBODFE
Level*
t:%5
Schematic Symbol
t*56,#BTJD-FWFM
t:%5
t:%5
t*&$
Tip
Ground
Ring
*Requires series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
SDP0640Q38B
SDP0720Q38B
SDP0900Q38B
SDP1100Q38B
SDP1300Q38B
SDP1800Q38B
SDP2600Q38B
SDP3100Q38B
SDP3500Q38B
Marking
SDP06B
SDP07B
SDP09B
SDP10B
SDP13B
SDP18B
SDP26B
SDP31B
SDP35B
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
58
65
75
90
120
170
220
275
320
77
88
98
130
160
220
300
350
400
IH
mA min mA max
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
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800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
A max
V max
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Capacitance
See Capacitance
vs Voltage Graph
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
V-I Characteristics
Capacitance vs. Voltage
50
+I
40
IT
Tip-Ring
IDRM
-V
Tip-GND / Ring-GND
Capacitance (pF)
IS
IH
+V
30
20
VDRM
VT
VS
10
0
0.1
1
10
-I
100
Line Voltage (V)
50/60 Hz Ratings
Parameter Name
Test Conditions
Value
Units
ITSM Maximum non-repetitive
on-state current, 50/60 Hz
0.5s
1s
2s
5s
30s
900s
6.5
4.6
3.4
2.3
1.3
0.73
A
Surge Ratings
ITSM
IPP
Series
B
2x10μs
1.2x50μs/8x20μs
10x700/5x310μs
10x1000μs
600VRMS 1 Cycle
A min
A min
A min
A min
ARMS
250
230
100
75
25
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
5 x 6 QFN
TJ
Junction Temperature
UP
°C
TSTG
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
100
°C/W
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
12
1.8
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
TL
Temperature
Reflow Condition
tL
TS(max)
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Environmental Specifications
Physical Specifications
Lead Material
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Copper Alloy
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Part Numbering
Part Marking
SDP xxx 0 Q38 B
Part Marking Code
XXXXXX
TYPE
SIDACtor DSL Protector
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
IPP RATING
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
Date Code
XXXXX
PACKAGE TYPE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
Dimensions — 5x6 QFN
A
Dimension
5
I
B
6
H
D
E
F
PIN 1 INDICATOR
G (REF)
3
G
Max
Min
Max
0.207
4.745
5.252
B
0.226
0.246
5.745
6.253
C
0.054
0.064
1.374
1.628
D
0.165
0.171
4.199
4.351
E
0.027
0.033
0.686
0.838
F
0.011
0.017
0.279
0.432
G
0.047
0.053
1.194
1.346
G1
0.097
0.103
2.464
2.616
H
0.032
0.038
0.800
0.953
I
0.027
0.033
0.686
0.838
J
0.100
0.106
2.540
2.692
K
0.027
0.033
0.686
0.838
L
0.015
0.021
0.381
0.533
I
G1
PIN 1 & 8: TIP CONNECTIONS
PIN 3 & 6: GROUND CONNECTIONS
PIN 4 & 5: RING CONNECTION
C
G1 (REF)
4
Min
0.187
L
J
Millimeters
A
8
K
Inches
F (REF)
5x6 QFN Solder Pad Layout
.0500
.0200
.2920 .2050 .1180
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Packing Options
Package Type
Q38
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
5x6x1.5 QFN
Tape and Reel
4000
N/A
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specifications — 5x6 QFN
Reel Dimension
Symbols
A
B
C
D
N
W1
A0
B0
D0
D1
E1
E2
C
A
D
N
W1
B
Tape Leader and Trailer Dimensions
END
CARRIER TAPE
START
COVER TAPE
F
TRAILER
160mm MIN
LEADER
400mm MIN
K0
P0
P1
Tape Dimension Items
D0
P0
P2
T
CARRIER TAPE
D1
P2
E1
T
W
B0 F
E2 W
W0
K0
P1
W0
A0
COVER TAPE
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Description
Inches
Millimeters
Min
Max
Min
N/A 12.992 N/A
Reel Diameter
Drive Spoke Width
0.059
N/A
1.50
Arbor Hole Diameter
0.504 0.531 12.80
Drive Spoke Diameter
0.795
N/A
20.20
Hub Diameter
1.969
N/A
50.00
Reel Inner Width at Hub 0.488 0.567 12.40
Pocket Width at Bottom 0.204 0.212 5.20
Pocket Length at Bottom 0.244 0.252 6.20
Feed Hole Diameter
0.059 0.063 1.50
Pocket Hole Diameter
0.059
N/A
1.50
Feed Hole Position 1
0.065 0.073 1.65
Feed Hole Position 2
0.400 0.408 10.15
Feed Hole Center 0.212 0.220 5.40
Pocket Hole Center 2
Pocket Depth
0.067 0.075 1.70
Feed Hole Pitch
0.153 0.161 3.90
Component Spacing
0.311 0.319
7.90
Feed Hole Center 0.077 0.081 1.90
Pocket Hole Center 1
Carrier Tape Thickness
0.010 0.014 0.25
Embossed Carrier
0.460 0.484 11.70
Tape Width
Cover Tape Width
0.358 0.366 9.10
Max
330.0
N/A
13.50
N/A
N/A
14.40
5.40
6.40
1.60
N/A
1.85
10.35
5.60
1.90
4.10
8.10
2.10
0.35
12.30
9.30
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
SDP TwinChip™ Series - 3x3 QFN
Description
The SDP TwinChip™ Series provides overvoltage protection
on the secondary side of the coupling transformer used
in xDSL driver circuits. This SDP0242Q12F provides a fast
switching, robust, solution that is referenced to neither
ground nor power. This prevents the surge events from the
being dumped into these rails. The integrated TwinChip™
design reduces any negative solid-state effects on the
broadband signals.
Features & Benefits
Agency Approvals
Agency
Agency File Number
t%JGGFSFOUJBMQSPUFDUJPO
t4NBMMYNNGPPUQSJOU
t-PXJOTFSUJPOMPTT
t%FTJHOFEGPS7MJOF
drivers
t-PXDBQBDJUBODF
E133083
t"˜TTVSHFSBUJOH
t-PXQSPmMF
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
Not Applicable
Schematic Symbol
t5*""
t(3*OUSBCVJMEJOH
t5*"#
t*&$
t*56,&OIBODFE
Level
t:%5
t*56,#BTJD-FWFM
t:%5
t:%5
t(3*OUFSCVJMEJOH
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
SDP0242Q12FLRP
Marking
DP24F
VDRM
@ldrm=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
16
43
IH
mA min mA max
30
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
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800
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 amps
A max
V max
pF min
pF max
2.2
8
10
15
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Surge Ratings
IPP
Series
F
ITSM
2x10μs
1.2x50μs/8x20μs
10x700/5x310μs
10x1000μs
50 / 60 Hz
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
100
80
37.5
30
15
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
3x3 QFN
TJ
Junction Temperature
UP
°C
TSTG
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
100
°C/W
V-I Characteristics
Capacitance and Bias Voltage
+I
30
IT
25
Capacitance (pF)
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
20
15
+V
VT
10
VDRM
VS
5
0
0.1
1
10
100
Bias Voltage (V)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
12
1.8
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
-6
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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160
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Environmental Specifications
Physical Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Dimensions — 3x3 QFN
TOP VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
A
C
J
E
B
Recommended
solder pad layout
(Reference Only)
Dimensions
A
B
C
E
F
H
J
K1
K2
M1
M2
N1
N2
1.27mm
0.050”
F
1.50mm
0.059”
END VIEW
SIDE VIEW
H
N2
N1
K1
K2
M1
2.54mm
0.100”
M2
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Inches
Millimeters
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.114
0.114
0.077
0.013
0.078
0.037
0.002
0.006
0.006
0.028
0.013
0.097
0.084
0.122
0.122
0.081
0.017
0.082
0.041
0.006
0.001
0.001
0.031
0.017
0.101
0.088
2.900
2.900
1.950
0.335
1.980
0.950
0.050
0.150
0.150
0.700
0.330
2.470
2.130
3.100
3.100
2.050
0.435
2.080
1.050
0.150
0.250
0.250
0.800
0.430
2.570
2.230
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Part Numbering
Part Marking
SDP xxx 2 Q12 F L RP
Terminals on Back
REEL PACK
RoHS COMPLIANT
TYPE
SIDACtor DSL Protector
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
IPP RATING
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
PACKAGE TYPE
DP24F
XXXXX
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date code
Packing Options
Package Type
Q12
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
3x3 QFN
Tape and Reel
5000
RP
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specifications — 3x3 QFN
Symbols
C
A
D
A
B
C
D
N
W1
A0
B0
D0
D1
E1
E2
N
W1
B
Reel Dimension
D0
P0
P2
T
D1
CARRIER TAPE
B0
W0
K0
F
E1
E2 W
F
P1
A1
K0
P0
P1
COVER TAPE
Tape Dimension Items
CARRIER TAPE
P2
COVER TAPE
END
T
START
W
TRAILER
160mm MIN
W0
LEADER
400mm MIN
Leader and Trailer dimension of the tape
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Description
Inches
Millimeters
Min
Max
Min
N/A 12.992 N/A
Reel Diameter
Drive Spoke Width
0.059
N/A
1.50
Arbor Hole Diameter
0.504 0.531 12.80
Drive Spoke Diameter
0.795
N/A
20.20
Hub Diameter
1.969
N/A
50.00
Reel Inner Width at Hub 0.488 0.567 12.40
Pocket Width at Bottom 0.126 0.134 3.20
Pocket Length at Bottom 0.126 0.134 3.20
Feed Hole Diameter
0.059 0.063 1.50
Pocket Hole Diameter
0.059
N/A
1.50
Feed Hole Position 1
0.065 0.073 1.65
Feed Hole Position 2
0.400 0.408 10.15
Feed Hole Center 0.215 0.219 5.45
Pocket Hole Center 2
Pocket Depth
0.039 0.051 1.00
Feed Hole Pitch
0.153 0.161 3.90
Component Spacing
0.311 0.319
7.90
Feed Hole Center 0.077 0.081 1.90
Pocket Hole Center 1
Carrier Tape Thickness
0.010 0.014 0.25
Embossed Carrier
0.453 0.484 11.50
Tape Width
Cover Tape Width
0.358 0.366 9.10
Max
330.0
N/A
13.50
N/A
N/A
14.40
3.40
3.40
1.60
N/A
1.85
10.35
5.55
1.30
4.10
8.10
2.06
0.35
12.30
9.30
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
TwinChip™ Series - DO-214
Description
TwinChip™ Series DO-214 are very low capacitance
SIDACtor® devices designed to protect broadband
equipment such as VoIP, DSL modems and DSLAMs
from damaging overvoltage transients. This series
provides a surface mount solution that enables
equipment to comply with global regulatory standards,
while limiting the impact to broadband signals.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency
t Low distortion
Agency File Number
t 40% lower capacitance
than comparable product
E133083
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
NOT APPLICABLE
t TIA/968-A
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21
t YD/T 993
t IEC 61000-4-5
t YD/T 950
t GR 1089 Intra-building
Schematic Symbol
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P0642SALRP
P0722SALRP
P0902SALRP
P1102SALRP
P1302SALRP
P1502SALRP
P1802SALRP
P2302SALRP
P2602SALRP
P3002SALRP
P3502SALRP
P4202SALRP
P4802SALRP
P6002SALRP
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT =2.2 Amps
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
pF min
pF max
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
280
320
380
440
550
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
360
400
500
600
700
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
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
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
25
20
20
15
15
15
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
5
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
25
25
25
20
20
20
20
P062A
P072A
P092A
P112A
P132A
P152A
P182A
P232A
P262A
P302A
P352A
P422A
P482A
P602A
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
Table continues on next page.
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
Part Number
P0642SBLRP
P0722SBLRP
P0902SBLRP
P1102SBLRP
P1302SBLRP
P1502SBLRP
P1802SBLRP
P2302SBLRP
P2602SBLRP
P3002SBLRP
P3502SBLRP
P4202SBLRP
P4802SBLRP
P6002SBLRP
P3002SCLRP
P3502SCLRP
P4202SCLRP
P4802SCLRP
P6002SCLRP
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT =2.2 A
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
pF min
pF max
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
280
320
380
440
550
280
320
380
440
550
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
360
400
500
600
700
360
400
500
600
700
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
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
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
25
20
20
15
15
15
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
5
20
20
15
15
10
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
25
25
25
20
20
20
20
35
30
30
30
25
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
Marking
P062B
P072B
P092B
P112B
P132B
P152B
P182B
P232B
P262B
P302B
P352B
P422B
P482B
P602B
P302C
P352C
P422C
P482C
P602C
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
Series
Surge Ratings
IPP
ITSM
di/dt
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
50/60 Hz
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A/μs
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
B
25
250
250
150
100
100
125
80
100
25
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
DO-214AA
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
90
°C/W
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
14
12
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Marking
Pxxxx
xxxxx
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Dimensions — DO-214AA
Min
0.110
(2.8)
0.079
(2.0)
H
inch
(millimeter)
F
K
G
Part Numbering
P xxx 2 S x L RP
REEL PACK
TYPE
SIDACtor
RoHS COMPLIANT
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
Packing Options
Description
Quantity
Added
Suffix
Industry
Standard
DO-214AA Tape & Reel
2500
RP
EIA-481-D
Package Type
S
Tape and Reel Specification — DO-214AA
0.157
(4.0)
0.472
(12.0)
0.36
(9.2)
0.315
(8.0)
0.059 DIA
(1.5)
12.99
(330.0)
0.512 (13.0)
Arbor Hole Dia.
0.49
(12.4)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.079
(2.0)
C A
E
Inches
Pad Outline
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
B
D
Cover tape
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
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Max
Min
Max
A
0.130
0.156
3.30
3.95
B
0.201
0.220
5.10
5.60
C
0.077
0.087
1.95
2.20
D
0.159
0.181
4.05
4.60
E
0.030
0.063
0.75
1.60
F
0.075
0.096
1.90
2.45
G
0.002
0.008
0.05
0.20
H
0.077
0.104
1.95
2.65
K
0.006
0.016
0.15
0.41
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
TwinChip™ Series - DO-15
Description
TwinChip™ Series DO-15 are very low capacitance
SIDACtor® devices designed to protect broadband
CPE equipment, such as VoIP and xDSL modems from
damaging overvoltage transients. The series provides a
through-hole solution that enables equipment to comply
with global regulatory standards while limiting the impact to
broadband signals.
Features & Benefits
t%JGGFSFOUJBMQSPUFDUJPO
t-PXWPMUBHFPWFSTIPPU
t-PXJOTFSUJPOMPTT
t%PFTOPUEFHSBEFXJUIVTF
Agency File Number
t-PXDBQBDJUBODF
E133083
t(%5DPNQBUJCMFBYJBM
footprint
t'BJMTTIPSUDJSDVJUXIFO
surged in excess of ratings
Agency Approvals
Agency
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
NOT APPLICABLE
Schematic Symbol
t5*""
t*&$
t5*"#
t:%5
t*56,#BTJD-FWFM
t:%5
t(3*OUSBCVJMEJOH
t:%5
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P2602GALRP
P3002GALRP
P3502GALRP
P2602GBLRP
P3002GBLRP
P3502GBLRP
Marking
P262A
P30A
P352A
P262B
P30B
P352B
VT
[email protected]
IDRM=5μA
[email protected]
100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
pF min
pF max
220
280
320
220
280
320
300
360
400
300
360
400
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
8
8
8
8
8
8
15
10
10
15
10
10
25
20
20
25
20
20
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
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@ IT = 2.2 Amps
Capacitance @1MHz
@ 2V bias
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Surge Ratings
IPP
Series
ITSM
10x560μs
10x1000μs
50 / 60 Hz
A min
A min
A min
A
50
50
20
B
100
80
25
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
120
°C/W
DO-15
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
td
tr
0
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
12
1.8
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
-6
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Figure 1)
Pre Heat
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
150°C
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
200°C
- Time (min to max) (ts)
60-180 secs
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp
(TL) to peak)
3°C/second max
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/second max
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
217°C
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 seconds
Peak Temperature (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual peak
Temperature (tp)
30 seconds max
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/second max
Time 25°C to peak Temperature (TP)
8 minutes max
Do not exceed
260°C
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC 1FBL
¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/
JEDEC, JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST
EIA/JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
1031) JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST
EIA/JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
2031)
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$QFBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Dimensions — DO-15
B
L
Inches
Dimension
D
G
L
Part Numbering
Millimeters
min
max
min
max
B
0.028
0.034
0.711
0.864
D
0.12
0.14
3.048
3.556
G
0.235
0.27
5.969
6.858
L
1
25.4
Part Marking
P xxx 2 G x L RP
Part Marking Code
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
RoHS COMPLIANT
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
IPP RATING
XXXXX
REEL PACK
Pxxxx
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
Date Code
PACKAGE TYPE
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
G
DO-15 Axial Tape & Reel
5000
RP
EIA-RS-296-D
Tape and Reel Specification — DO-15
A
Spacing
off center,
either side
0.039 (1.0)
B
2.55
(64.8)
TYP
C
D
E
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
Symbols
Description
inch
mm
A
Component Spacing
(lead to lead)
œw
5.08 ± 0.508
B
C
D
E
F
G
Inner Tape Pitch
Tape Width
Max. Off Alignment
Reel Dimension
Max. Hub Recess
Max. Abor Hole
œw
w
w
w
w
w
52.37 ± 1.498
6.35
1.219
330.2
76.19
17.27
3.15
(80.0)
TYP
recess depth max 0.75”
G
F
Direction of Feed
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
SEP Biased Series - 5x6 QFN
Description
The new SEP (SIDACtor Ethernet/PoE Protector) series has
a surge rating compatible with GR1089 Inter-building and
ITU K.20/21 Enhanced protection requirements. Targeted
for high-speed applications such as 10BaseT, 100BaseT,
and 1000BaseT, the SEP series maintains signal quality
while providing robust protection for Ethernet and PoE
applications. This latest silicon design innovation results
in a capacitive loading characteristic that is constant with
respect to the voltage across the device. This reduces
distortion caused by typical solid-state protection solutions.
Offered in a surface-mount, QFN package, the SEP provides
small package size without sacrificing power and surge
handling capabilities.
Agency Approvals
Agency
Agency File Number
Features & Benefits
E133083
t$PNQBUJCMFXJUI
1000Base-T
Pinout Designation
Line in
1
8
Line out
- Bias
Ground
2
7
3
6
+ Bias
Ground
Line in
4
5
Line out
(8) Line Out
-Bias (2)
t-PXQSPmMF
t#BMBODFEPWFSWPMUBHF
protection
t4NBMM40GPPUQSJOU
t-PXEJTUPSUJPO
t'BJMTTIPSUDJSDVJUXIFO
surged in excess of ratings
Applicable Global Standards
Schematic Symbol
Line In (1)
t-PXJOTFSUJPOMPTT
(7) +Bias
t5*""
t(3*OUFSCVJMEJOH
t5*"#
t(3*OUSBCVJMEJOH
t*56,&OIBODFE
Level
t:%5
Ground (3)
(6) Ground
t*56,#BTJD-FWFM
Line In (4)
(5) Line Out
t*&$
t:%5
t:%5
80 02 tcO snevaH pillihP
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
SEP0080Q38CB
SEP0640Q38CB
SEP0720Q38CB
SEP0900Q38CB
Marking
SEP-8C
SEP06C
SEP07C
SEP09C
[email protected]
IDRM=5μA
[email protected]/μs
IH
IS
[email protected]
[email protected]=
2.2Amps
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
6
58
65
75
25
77
88
98
50
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
8
8
8
8
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
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Capacitance
See Capacitance vs.
Bias Voltage Graph
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
50/60 Hz Ratings
Parameter Name
Test Conditions
Value
Units
ITSM Maximum non-repetitive
on-state current, 50/60 Hz
0.5s
1s
2s
5s
30s
900s
6.5
4.6
3.4
2.3
1.3
0.73
A
Surge Ratings
ITSM
IPP
Series
C
2x10μs
1.2x50μs/8x20μs
10x700/5x310μs
10x1000μs
600VRMS 1 cycle
A min
A min
A min
A min
ARMS
500
400
200
100
30
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
5x6 QFN
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Junction Temperature
UP
°C
TSTG
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
100
°C/W
V-I Characteristics
Capacitance vs. Bias Voltage*
+I
40
35
IT
Bias Voltage
30
-V
Capacitance (pF)
IS
IH
IDRM
+V
VT
VDRM
25
0V
3.3V
5V
12V
24V
30V
50V
20
15
10
VS
5
0
0.1
1
* Bias voltage must be lower than VDRM
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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10
Line Voltage (V)
-I
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100
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
12
1.8
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Dimensions — 5x6 QFN
A
Inches
Dimension
5
I
B
6
H
D
7
K
L
J
E
4
3
I
2
F
G
PIN 1 INDICATOR
PIN 1 & 8: LINE IN / LINE OUT
PIN 2: BIAS (-)
PIN 3 & 6: GROUND CONNECTIONS
PIN 4 & 5: LINE IN / LINE OUT
PIN 7: BIAS (+)
C
Min
8
Max
Millimeters
Min
Max
A
0.187
0.207
4.745
5.253
B
0.226
0.246
5.745
6.253
C
0.054
0.064
1.374
1.628
D
0.165
0.171
4.199
4.351
E
0.027
0.033
0.686
0.838
F
0.011
0.017
0.279
0.432
G
0.047
0.053
1.194
1.346
H
0.032
0.038
0.800
0.953
I
0.027
0.033
0.686
0.838
J
0.100
0.106
2.540
2.692
K
0.027
0.033
0.686
0.838
L
0.015
0.021
0.381
0.533
F (REF)
G (REF)
5x6 QFN Solder Pad Layout
.0500
.0200
.2920 .2050 .1180
Part Marking
Part Numbering
SEP xxx 0 Q38 C B
TYPE
SIDACtor Ethernet Protector
XXXXXX
BIASED
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
IPP RATING
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
Part Marking Code
XXXXX
Date Code
PACKAGE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Q38
5x6x1.5 QFN
Tape and Reel
4,000
N/A
EIA-481-D
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Tape and Reel Specifications — 5x6 QFN
Reel Dimension
Symbols
A
B
C
D
N
W1
A0
B0
D0
D1
E1
E2
C
A
D
N
W1
B
Tape Leader and Trailer Dimensions
END
CARRIER TAPE
START
COVER TAPE
F
TRAILER
160mm MIN
K0
P0
P1
LEADER
400mm MIN
Tape Dimension Items
D0
P0
P2
T
CARRIER TAPE
D1
T
W
B0 F
E2 W
W0
K0
P2
E1
P1
W0
A0
COVER TAPE
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Description
Inches
Millimeters
Min
Max
Min
Reel Diameter
N/A 12.992 N/A
Drive Spoke Width
0.059
N/A
1.50
Arbor Hole Diameter
0.504 0.531 12.80
Drive Spoke Diameter
0.795
N/A
20.20
Hub Diameter
1.969
N/A
50.00
Reel Inner Width at Hub 0.488 0.567 12.40
Pocket Width at Bottom 0.204 0.212 5.20
Pocket Length at Bottom 0.244 0.252 6.20
Feed Hole Diameter
0.059 0.063 1.50
Pocket Hole Diameter
0.059
N/A
1.50
Feed Hole Position 1
0.065 0.073 1.65
Feed Hole Position 2
0.400 0.408 10.15
Feed Hole Center 0.212 0.220 5.40
Pocket Hole Center 2
Pocket Depth
0.067 0.075 1.70
Feed Hole Pitch
0.153 0.161 3.90
Component Spacing
0.311 0.319
7.90
Feed Hole Center 0.077 0.081 1.90
Pocket Hole Center 1
Carrier Tape Thickness
0.010 0.014 0.25
Embossed Carrier
0.460 0.484 11.70
Tape Width
Cover Tape Width
0.358 0.366 9.10
Max
330.0
N/A
13.50
N/A
N/A
14.40
5.40
6.40
1.60
N/A
1.85
10.35
5.60
1.90
4.10
8.10
2.10
0.35
12.30
9.30
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Q2L Series - 3x3 QFN
Description
Q2L Series 3x3 QFN are low capacitance SIDACtor® devices designed to protect high density broadband equipment from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a low profile, chip scale surface
mount solution that enables broadband equipment to
comply with global regulatory standards while limiting the
impact to broadband signals and board space.
Features and Benefits
Agency Approvals
Agency
Agency File Number
t-PXWPMUBHFPWFSTIPPU
t4NBMM40GPPUQSJOU
t-PXPOTUBUFWPMUBHF
t'BJMTTIPSUDJSDVJUXIFO
surged in excess of ratings
t-PXDBQBDJUBODF
E133083
t%PFTOPUEFHSBEFXJUIVTF
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
Not Applicable
Schematic Symbol
t5*""
t(3*OUFSCVJMEJOH
t5*"#
t(3*OUSBCVJMEJOH
t*56,&OIBODFE
Level*
t:%5
t:%5
t*56,#BTJD-FWFM
t:%5
t*&$
* A/B-Rated parts require series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
P0080Q12ALRP
P0300Q12ALRP
P0640Q12ALRP
P0720Q12ALRP
P0900Q12ALRP
P1100Q12ALRP
P1300Q12ALRP
P1500Q12ALRP
P1800Q12ALRP
P2300Q12ALRP
P2600Q12ALRP
P3100Q12ALRP
P3500Q12ALRP
P-8A
P03A
P06A
P07A
P09A
P11A
P13A
P15A
P18A
P23A
P26A
P31A
P35A
VDRM
VS
@lDRM=5μA
@100V/μs
V min
V max
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
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IH
IS
mA min mA max
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
IT
[email protected] IT =
2.2Amps
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
A max
V max
pF min pF max
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
25
15
40
40
35
30
25
25
25
25
25
20
20
55
35
60
60
55
50
45
40
35
35
35
35
30
Table continues on next page.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
Part Number
Marking
P0080Q12BLRP
P0300Q12BLRP
P0640Q12BLRP
P0720Q12BLRP
P0900Q12BLRP
P1100Q12BLRP
P1300Q12BLRP
P1500Q12BLRP
P1800Q12BLRP
P2300Q12BLRP
P2600Q12BLRP
P3100Q12BLRP
P3500Q12BLRP
VDRM
VS
@lDRM=5μA
@100V/μs
V min
V max
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
P-8B
P03B
P06B
P07B
P09B
P11B
P13B
P15B
P18B
P23B
P26B
P31B
P35B
IT
[email protected] IT =
2.2Amps
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
A max
V max
pF min pF max
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
IS
IH
mA min mA max
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
25
15
40
40
35
30
25
25
25
25
25
20
20
55
35
60
60
55
50
45
40
35
35
35
35
30
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
Surge Ratings
ITSM
Ipp
di/dt
2x10μs
1.2x50μs/8x20μs
10x160μs
10x560μs
10x1000μs
50 / 60 Hz
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A/μs max
A
150
150
90
50
45
20
500
B
250
250
150
100
80
25
500
Series
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
3x3 QFN
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
120
°C/W
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
tr x td Pulse Waveform
V-I Characteristics
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
td
tr
0
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
TS(min)
Preheat
tS
25
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time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
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Time
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Body Material
Dimensions — 3x3 QFN
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
Dimensions
C
A
E
J
B
END VIEW
A
B
C
E
F
H
J
K1
K2
M1
M2
N1
N2
F
H
1.50
(.059”)
SIDE VIEW
2.54
(.100”)
1.27
(.050”)
N2
N1
M1
K1
K2
M2
Recommended
Soldering Pad Outline
(Reference Only)
Part Numbering
Inches
Millimeters
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.114
0.114
0.075
0.011
0.076
0.035
0.000
0.004
0.004
0.056
0.038
0.096
0.082
0.122
0.122
0.083
0.019
0.084
0.043
0.008
0.012
0.012
0.064
0.046
0.104
0.090
2.900
2.900
1.900
0.285
1.930
0.900
0.000
0.100
0.100
1.430
0.970
2.440
2.080
3.100
3.100
2.100
0.485
2.130
1.100
0.200
0.300
0.300
1.630
1.170
2.640
2.280
Part Marking
P xxx 0 Q12 x L RP
Terminals on Back
REEL PACK
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
RoHS COMPLIANT
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
XXXX
XXXXX
IPP RATING
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date code
PACKAGE TYPE
Packing Options
Package
Type
Description
Quantity
Added
Suffix
Industry
Standard
Q12
3x3 QFN Tape and Reel Pack
5000
RP
EIA-481-D
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Tape and Reel Dimensions — 3x3 QFN
Reel Dimension
Symbols
Description
A
B
C
D
N
W1
A0
B0
D0
D1
E1
E2
C
A
D
N
W1
B
Tape Leader and Trailer Dimensions
END
CARRIER TAPE
START
COVER TAPE
TRAILER
160mm MIN
LEADER
400mm MIN
Tape Dimension Items
D0
P0
P2
T
CARRIER TAPE
D1
B0 F
E2 W
W0
K0
E1
P1
Millimeters
Max
Min
Max
Reel Diameter
Drive Spoke Width
Arbor Hole Diameter
Drive Spoke Diameter
Hub Diameter
Reel Inner Width at Hub
Pocket Width at bottom
Pocket Length at bottom
Feed Hole Diameter
Pocket Hole Diameter
Feed hole position 1
Feed hole position 2
N/A
0.059
0.504
0.795
1.969
0.488
0.126
0.126
0.059
0.059
0.065
0.400
12.992
N/A
0.531
N/A
N/A
0.567
0.134
0.134
0.063
N/A
0.073
0.408
N/A
1.50
12.80
20.20
50.00
12.40
3.20
3.20
1.50
1.50
1.65
10.15
330.0
N/A
13.50
N/A
N/A
14.40
3.40
3.40
1.60
N/A
1.85
10.35
F
Feed hole
center-Pocket hole
0.215
0.219
5.45
5.55
K0
P0
P1
Pocket Depth
Feed Hole Pitch
Component Spacing
0.039
0.153
0.311
0.051
0.161
0.319
1.00
3.90
7.90
1.30
4.10
8.10
P2
Feed hole
center-Pocket hole
0.077
0.081
1.95
2.05
T
Carrier Tape Thickness
0.010
0.014
0.25
0.35
W
Embossed Carrier
Tape Width
0.453
0.484
11.50
12.30
W0
Cover Tape Width
0.358
0.366
9.10
9.30
A0
COVER TAPE
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Inches
Min
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Q2L Series - 3.3x3.3 QFN
Description
Q2L Series 3.3x3.3 QFN are low capacitance SIDACtor®
devices designed to protect high density broadband equipment from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a low profile, chip scale surface mount
solution that enables broadband equipment to comply
with global regulatory standards while limiting the impact
to broadband signals and board space.
Features and Benefits
Agency
tDoes not degrade with
use
tFails short circuit when
surged in excess of ratings
t-PXQSPGJMF
t4NBMMGPPUQSJOU
tLow capacitance
tLow voltage overshoot
tLow on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
Agency File Number
E133083
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
Not Applicable
Schematic Symbol
t5*""
t(3*OUSBCVJMEJOH
t5*"#
t*&$
t*56,&OIBODFE
Level
t:%5
t*56,#BTJD-FWFM
t:%5
t:%5
t(3*OUFSCVJMEJOH
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P0080Q22CLRP
P0300Q22CLRP
P0640Q22CLRP
P0720Q22CLRP
P0900Q22CLRP
P1100Q22CLRP
P1300Q22CLRP
P1500Q22CLRP
P1800Q22CLRP
P2300Q22CLRP
P2600Q22CLRP
P3100Q22CLRP
P3500Q22CLRP
Marking
P-8C
P03C
P06C
P07C
P09C
P11C
P13C
P15C
P18C
P23C
P26C
P31C
P35C
VDRM
VS
@lDRM=5μA
@100V/μs
V min
V max
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
IH
mA min mA max
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
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800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
IT
[email protected] = 2.2 Amps
A max
V max
pF min
pF max
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
35
25
55
50
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
30
25
75
45
85
75
70
70
60
55
50
50
45
45
40
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Surge Ratings
ITSM
Ipp
Series
C
di/dt
2x10μs
1.2x50μs/8x20μs
10x160μs
10x560μs
10x1000μs
50 / 60 Hz
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
Amps/μs max
500
400
200
150
100
30
500
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
3.3 x 3.3 QFN
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
120
°C/W
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
td
tr
0
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
12
1.8
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
-6
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
Pre Heat
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
tP
TP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
TL
Temperature
Reflow Condition
tL
TS(max)
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Environmental Specifications
Physical Specifications
Lead Material
Time
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Copper Alloy
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Dimensions — 3.3x3.3 QFN
Inches
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
A
E
J
B
END VIEW
A
B
C
E
F
H
J
K1
K2
M1
M2
N1
N2
F
H
1.50
(.059”)
SIDE VIEW
2.54
(.100”)
1.27
(.050”)
N2
N1
K1
M1
K2
M2
Recommended
Soldering Pad Outline
(Reference Only)
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Millimeters
Dimensions
C
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Min
Max
Min
Max
0.126
0.126
0.075
0.011
0.088
0.035
0.000
0.004
0.004
0.063
0.045
0.095
0.082
0.134
0.134
0.083
0.019
0.096
0.043
0.008
0.012
0.012
0.071
0.053
0.103
0.090
3.200
3.200
1.900
0.285
2.230
0.900
0.000
0.100
0.100
1.610
1.153
2.420
2.080
3.400
3.400
2.100
0.485
2.430
1.100
0.200
0.300
0.300
1.810
1.353
2.620
2.280
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 0 Q22 C L RP
Terminals on Back
TYPE
P=SIDACtor
REEL PACK
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
RoHS COMPLIANT
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
IPP RATING
XXXX
XXXXX
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date code
PACKAGE TYPE
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Q22
3.3x3.3 QFN Tape and Reel Pack
5000
RP
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specifications — 3.3x3.3 QFN
Reel Dimension
Symbols
A
B
C
D
N
W1
A0
B0
D0
D1
E1
E2
C
A
D
N
W1
B
Tape Leader and Trailer Dimensions
END
CARRIER TAPE
START
COVER TAPE
F
TRAILER
160mm MIN
LEADER
400mm MIN
K0
P0
P1
Tape Dimension Items
D0
P0
P2
T
CARRIER TAPE
D1
P2
E1
T
W
B0 F
E2 W
W0
K0
P1
W0
A0
COVER TAPE
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Description
Inches
Millimeters
Min
Max
Min
N/A 12.992 N/A
Reel Diameter
Drive Spoke Width
0.059
N/A
1.50
Arbor Hole Diameter
0.504 0.531 12.80
Drive Spoke Diameter
0.795
N/A
20.20
Hub Diameter
1.969
N/A
50.00
Reel Inner Width at Hub 0.488 0.567 12.40
Pocket Width at Bottom 0.138 0.146 3.50
Pocket Length at Bottom 0.138 0.146 3.50
Feed Hole Diameter
0.059 0.063 1.50
Pocket Hole Diameter
0.059
N/A
1.50
Feed Hole Position 1
0.065 0.073 1.65
Feed Hole Position 2
0.400 0.408 10.15
Feed Hole Center 0.215 0.219 5.45
Pocket Hole Center 2
Pocket Depth
0.039 0.051 1.00
Feed Hole Pitch
0.153 0.161 3.90
Component Spacing
0.311 0.319
7.90
Feed Hole Center 0.077 0.081 1.90
Pocket Hole Center 1
Carrier Tape Thickness
0.010 0.014 0.25
Embossed Carrier
0.453 0.484 11.50
Tape Width
Cover Tape Width
0.358 0.366 9.10
Max
330.0
N/A
13.50
N/A
N/A
14.40
3.70
3.70
1.60
N/A
1.85
10.35
5.55
1.30
4.10
8.10
2.05
0.35
12.30
9.30
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
MC Multiport Series - MS-013
Description
MC Multiport Series MS-013 are low capacitance
SIDACtor® devices designed to protect broadband
equipment from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a dual port surface mount solution
that enables equipment to comply with various global
regulatory standards while limiting the impact to
broadband signals.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
Agency Approvals
t Low on-state voltage
Agency
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency File Number
t 40% lower capacitance
than our Baseband
Protectors, for
applications that
demand greater signal
integrity
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
E133083
Pinout Designation
t Replaces four discrete
devices
t Two-pair protection
1
6
2
5
3
4
Applicable Global Standards
Schematic Symbol
(T1) 1
6 (T2)
(G1) 2
5 (G2)
(R1) 3
4 (R2)
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
VS
VDRM
VS
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
V
V
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 4-5, 6-5
P0084UCMCLxx
P0304UCMCLxx
P0644UCMCLxx
P0724UCMCLxx
P0904UCMCLxx
P1104UCMCLxx
P1304UCMCLxx
P0084UCMC
P0304UCMC
P0644UCMC
P0724UCMC
P0904UCMC
P1104UCMC
P1304UCMC
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
V
V
Pins 1-3, 4-6
12
50
116
130
150
180
240
50
80
154
176
196
260
320
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
- XX Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
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IH
IS
IT
mA min mA max A max
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
VT
@IT= 2.2
Amps
Capacitance
V max
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
See
Capacitance Values Table
Table continues on next page.
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
VDRM
VS
VDRM
VS
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
Part Number
Marking
V
V
V
IH
IS
VT
@IT= 2.2
Amps
IT
Capacitance
V
mA min mA max A max
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 4-5, 6-5
P1504UCMCLxx
P1804UCMCLxx
P2304UCMCLxx
P2604UCMCLxx
P3104UCMCLxx
P3504UCMCLxx
P1504UCMC
P1804UCMC
P2304UCMC
P2604UCMC
P3104UCMC
P3504UCMC
140
170
190
220
275
320
V max
Pins 1-3, 4-6
180
220
260
300
350
400
280
340
380
440
550
600
360
440
520
600
700
800
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
8
8
8
8
8
8
See
Capacitance
Values Table
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
- XX Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
Capacitance Values
Part Number
pF
Pin 1-2 / 3-2 (4-5 / 6-5)
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
pF
Pin 1-3 (4-6)
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
35
25
55
50
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
30
25
75
45
85
75
70
70
60
55
50
50
45
45
40
20
10
30
25
25
25
20
20
15
15
15
15
15
45
25
50
45
40
40
35
35
30
30
30
25
25
P0084UCMCLxx
P0304UCMCLxx
P0644UCMCLxx
P0724UCMCLxx
P0904UCMCLxx
P1104UCMCLxx
P1304UCMCLxx
P1504UCMCLxx
P1804UCMCLxx
P2304UCMCLxx
P2604UCMCLxx
P3104UCMCLxx
P3504UCMCLXx
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
C
1
1
1
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
200
30
500
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
60
°C/W
Modified MS-013
6
5
4
1
2
3
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
VDRM
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
IH
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
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-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
TL
Critical Zone
TL to TP
tL
TS(max)
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Copper Alloy
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
P xxx 4 UC MC L RP
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
PACKAGE TYPE
Time
Environmental Specifications
Physical Specifications
Lead Material
tP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
REEL PACK
RoHS COMPLIANT
MC Series
IPP RATING
Part Marking
XXXXXXXXX
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
XXXXX
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Dimensions — MS-013
Inches
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.065
(1.65)
Pad Outline
C
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
BSC*
0.460
(11.68)
0.138
(3.50)
Dimension are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.059
(1.50)
E
D
7º TYP
J
7º TYP
A
G
Burr Side
H
96º
A
Mold Split
Line
4º
A
7º TYP
BSC*
F
7º TYP
MIN Length
of Flat
Detail A
K
B
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.360
0.352
0.400
0.043
0.047
0.293
0.289
0.089
0.041
0.020
0.133
0.364
0.356
0.412
0.045
0.055
0.297
0.293
0.093
0.049
9.14
8.94
10.16
1.09
1.19
7.44
7.34
2.26
1.04
0.51
3.38
9.25
9.04
10.46
1.13
1.40
7.54
7.44
2.36
1.24
0.143
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Packing Options
Package Type
U
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tape and Reel Pack
1500
RP
EIA-481-D
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tube Pack
500 (50 per tube)
TP
N/A
Tape and Reel Specification — MS-013
.157
(4.0)
.630
(16.0)
.472
(12.0)
12.99
(330)
.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
0.700
(17.8)
Direction of Feed
Tube Pack Dimensions — MS-013
essa e ocation
.045
(1.14)
.310
(7.87)
0˚
.165
(4.1 )
6
nterior o t e Tube
.150
(3.81)
.225
(5.72)
.525
(13.34)
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.020 .005
(0.51 0.13)
.108
(2.74)
A
T
.
20.000
(508.00
.005 A
.110
(2.7 )
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
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.030
0.76)
3.63
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
MC Series - DO-214
Description
MC Series DO-214 are low capacitance SIDACtor®
devices designed to protect broadband equipment such
as VOIP, DSL modems and DSLAMs from damaging
overvoltage transients.
The series provides a surface mount solution that enables
equipment to comply with global regulatory standards
while limiting the impact to broadband signals.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
Agency File Number
E133083
t 40% lower capacitance
than our Baseband
Protectors, for
applications that demand
greater signal integrity
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
NOT APPLICABLE
Schematic Symbol
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building*
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level*
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
*A-rated parts require series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P0080SAMCLRP
P0220SAMCLRP
P0300SAMCLRP
P0080SCMCLRP
P0220SCMCLRP
P0300SCMCLRP
P0640SCMCLRP
P0720SCMCLRP
P0900SCMCLRP
P1100SCMCLRP
P1300SCMCLRP
P1500SCMCLRP
P1800SCMCLRP
P2100SCMCLRP
P2300SCMCLRP
P2600SCMCLRP
P3100SCMCLRP
P3500SCMCLRP
Marking
P-8AM
P02AM
P03AM
P-8CM
P02CM
P03CM
P06CM
P07CM
P09CM
P11CM
P13CM
P15CM
P18CM
P21CM
P23CM
P26CM
P31CM
P35CM
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
pF min
pF max
6
15
25
6
15
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
180
190
220
275
320
25
32
40
25
32
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
240
260
300
350
400
50
50
50
50
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
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
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
25
25
15
25
30
25
55
50
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
30
30
25
55
50
35
75
65
45
85
75
70
70
60
55
50
50
50
45
45
40
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
-©Devices
are bi-directional
(unless otherwise noted).
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Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Series
Surge Ratings
IPP
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A/μs max
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
90
°C/W
DO-214AA
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
VDRM
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
14
12
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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160
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Dimensions — DO-214AA
Pad Outline
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
B
D
0.110
(2.8)
C A
0.079
(2.0)
H
E
Inches
inch
(millimeter)
F
K
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.079
(2.0)
Min
Max
Min
Max
A
0.130
0.156
3.30
3.95
B
0.201
0.220
5.10
5.60
C
0.077
0.087
1.95
2.20
D
0.159
0.181
4.05
4.60
E
0.030
0.063
0.75
1.60
F
0.075
0.096
1.90
2.45
G
0.002
0.008
0.05
0.20
H
0.077
0.104
1.95
2.65
K
0.006
0.016
0.15
0.41
G
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 0 S C MC L RP
REEL PACK
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
Pxxxx
xxxxx
RoHS COMPLIANT
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
MC Series
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
Packing Options
Package Type
S
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
DO-214AA
Tape & Reel Pack
2500
N/A
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specification — DO-214AA
0.157
(4.0)
0.472
(12.0)
0.36
(9.2)
0.315
(8.0)
0.059 DIA
(1.5)
12.99
(330.0)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.512 (13.0)
Arbor Hole Dia.
Direction of Feed
0.49
(12.4)
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Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
MC Series - TO-92
Description
MC Series TO-92 are low capacitance SIDACtor® devices
designed to protect broadband CPE equipment such
as VoIP and DSL Modems from damaging overvoltage
transients.
The series provides a through-hole solution that enables
CPE equipment to comply with global regulatory
standards while limiting the impact to broadband signals.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
Agency Approvals
t Low on-state voltage
Agency
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency File Number
E133083
t 40% lower capacitance
than our Baseband
Protectors, for
applications that
demand greater signal
integrity
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
Pin 1
Pin 3
Schematic Symbol
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P0080ECMCLxxx
P0300ECMCLxxx
P0640ECMCLxxx
P0720ECMCLxxx
P0900ECMCLxxx
P1100ECMCLxxx
P1300ECMCLxxx
P1500ECMCLxxx
P1800ECMCLxxx
P2300ECMCLxxx
P2600ECMCLxxx
P3100ECMCLxxx
P3500ECMCLxxx
Marking
P0080ECMC
P0300ECMC
P0640ECMC
P0720ECMC
P0900ECMC
P1100ECMC
P1300ECMC
P1500ECMC
P1800ECMC
P2300ECMC
P2600ECMC
P3100ECMC
P3500ECMC
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
IH
mA min mA max
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
- XXX Part Number Suffix: ‘AP’ (Ammo Pack), or ‘RP1’ or ‘RP2’ (Reel Pack),.
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800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
A max
V max
pF min
pF max
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
35
25
55
50
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
30
25
75
45
85
75
70
70
60
55
50
50
45
45
40
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Series
Surge Ratings
IPP
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs Max
200
30
500
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
Value
Unit
C
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
TO-92
Parameter
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
90
°C/W
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
a e orm
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
VDRM
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 0 E C MC L xxx
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
XXXXXXX
XX
PACKING OPTIONS
RoHS COMPLIANT
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
XXXXX
MC SERIES
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Packing Options
Package
Type
Packing Options
Quantity
Description
Added Suffix
TO-92 Tape and Reel Pack
E
RP1
0.1 inch (2.54mm)
0.2 inch (5.08mm)
AP
(Not applicable)
EIA-468-B
N/A
(Not applicable)
N/A
TO-92 Bulk Pack
Dimensions — TO-92
Inches
Max
Min
Max
A
0.176
0.196
4.47
4.98
B
0.500
D
0.095
MT1/PIN 1
MT2/PIN 3
E
L
2.41
2.67
E
0.150
G
0.135
0.145
3.43
3.68
H
0.088
0.096
2.23
2.44
J
0.176
0.186
4.47
4.73
K
0.088
0.096
2.23
2.44
L
0.013
0.019
0.33
0.48
M
0.013
0.017
0.33
0.43
3.81
0.60
N
K
J
The TO-92 is designed to meet
mechanical standards as set forth
in JEDEC publication number 95.
1.27
(32.2)
0.157 DIA
(4.0)
0.20 (5.08)
Flat down
ed
n of Fe
Directio
25 Devices per fold
1.7
(43)
1.52
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
All leads are insulated from case. Case is electrically non-conductive. (Rated at 1600 V(AC) RMS for
one minute from leads to case over the operating
temperature range.)
D
0.125 (3.2) MAX
0.50
(12.7)
G
H
M
0.02 (0.5)
1.62 0.236
(41.2) (6.0)
MAX
0.708
(18.0) 0.354
(9.0)
12.70
0.105
0.25
(6.35)
0.50
(12.7)
Millimeters
Min
A
B
EIA-481-D
Ammo Pack Specification — TO-92
Temperature
Measurement Point
N
Industry Standard
RP2
2000
TO-92 Ammo Pack
Lead Spacing
6.9
(175)
Mold flash shall not exceed 0.13 mm per side.
1.7
(43)
12.9
(327)
Tape and Reel Specification — TO-92
FLAT SIDE
OF TO-92
A
Inches
A
B
C
D
W1
P
P0
F(for RP1)
F(for RP2)
H
H1
W
W2
W3
W4
D
W1
C
B
P
H1
H
W3
ROUND SIDE
OF TO-92
(RP1)
W4
(RP2)
W2
W
P0
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F
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Millimeters
Min
Max
Min
Max
N/A
4.016
3.386
0.795
1.181
0.496
0.498
0.090
0.182
N/A
N/A
0.674
0.354
0.236
0.020
14.173
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.968
0.504
0.502
0.110
0.244
1.673
1.270
0.763
0.370
N/A
N/A
N/A
102.0
86.0
20.2
30.0
12.60
12.65
2.29
4.63
N/A
N/A
17.12
8.25
6.00
0.50
360.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
50.0
12.80
12.75
2.80
6.19
42.50
32.26
19.38
9.75
N/A
N/A
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
MC Series - Modified TO-220
Description
MC Series Modified TO-220 are low capacitance
SIDACtor® devices designed to protect various types
of broadband equipment from damaging overvoltage
transients.
The series provides a robust single port solution that
enables equipment to comply with various global
regulatory standards while limiting the impact to
broadband signals.
Features and Benefits
t 40% lower capacitance
than our Baseband
Protectors, for
applications that
demand greater signal
integrity
t Low voltage overshoot
Agency Approvals
t Low on-state voltage
Agency
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency File Number
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
E133083
Pinout Designation
t Custom lead forms
available
t Robust Modified TO-220
Package
Applicable Global Standards
1
3
2
Schematic Symbol
1
(T)
3
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building*
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
2
( )
*A-rated parts require series resistance
(R)
Electrical Characteristics
VDRM
VS
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
Part Number
VDRM
VS
@lDRM=5μA
@100V/μs
V min
V max
IH
IS
IT
VT @ IT=2.2
Amps
Capacitance
Marking
V min
V max
Pins 1-2, 3-2
P0302AAMCLxx P0302AAMC
P0602AAMCLxx P0602AAMC
P0602ACMCLxx P0602ACMC
P1402ACMCLxx P1402ACMC
P1602ACMCLxx P1602ACMC
P2202ACMCLxx P2202ACMC
P2702ACMCLxx P2702ACMC
P3002ACMCLxx P3002ACMC
P3602ACMCLxx P3602ACMC
P4202ACMCLxx P4202ACMC
6
25
25
58
65
90
120
140
170
190
25
40
40
77
95
130
160
180
220
250
Pins 1-3
12
50
50
116
130
180
240
280
340
380
mA min
Pins 1-2, 3-2
50
80
80
154
190
260
320
360
440
500
50
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
mA
max
A
max
V min
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
See
Capacitance
Values Table
Table continues on next page.
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
VDRM
Part Number
VS
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
Marking
V min
V max
VDRM
VS
@lDRM=5μA
@100V/μs
V min
V max
Pins 1-2, 3-2
Pins 1-3
VT @ IT=2.2
Amps
Capacitance
IH
IS
IT
mA min
Pins 1-2, 3-2
mA
max
A
max
V min
P4802ACMCLxx
P4802ACMC
220
300
440
600
150
800
2.2
4
P6002ACMCLxx
P6002ACMC
275
350
550
700
150
800
2.2
4
See
Capacitance
Values Table
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
- XX Part Number Suffix: ‘RP’ (Reel Pack), Blank (Bulk Pack), or ‘60’ (Type 60 lead form, Bulk Pack. Special order item -- contact factory.)
Capacitance Values
Part Number
P0302AAMCLxx
P0602AAMCLxx
P0602ACMCLxx
P1402ACMCLxx
P1602ACMCLxx
P2202ACMCLxx
P2702ACMCLxx
P3002ACMCLxx
P3602ACMCLxx
P4202ACMCLxx
P4802ACMCLxx
P6002ACMCLxx
pF
Pin 1-2 / 3-2
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
MIN
MAX
25
55
15
35
25
45
40
60
35
55
45
70
40
60
35
55
35
50
30
50
30
45
30
45
pF
Pin 1-3
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
15
35
10
20
10
25
20
35
20
35
25
40
20
35
20
35
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
25
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
1
1
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A/μs Max
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
50
°C/W
Modified
TO-220
1
3
2
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
a e orm
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
VDRM
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
IH
10
8
6
25 °C
4
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
12
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
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Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Part Marking
Part Numbering
P xxx 2 A x MC L xx
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
XXXXXXXXX
Blank, RP or 60
-- for Type 60 orders, contact factory
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
xxxxx
MC Series
PACKAGE TYPE
IPP RATING
Dimensions - Modified TO-220
Tape and Reel Specification — Modified TO-220
Inches
A
Min
D
T
M
P
P
PIN 3
PIN 2
PIN 1
L
M
K
H
N
J
The modified TO-220 package is designed to
meet mechanical standards as set forth in
JEDEC publication number 95.
Millimeters
Max
Min
0.240
(6.10)
Max
A
0.400
0.410
10.16 10.42
D
0.360
0.375
9.14
9.53
F
0.110
0.130
2.80
3.30
G
0.540
0.575
13.71 14.61
H
0.025
0.035
0.63
0.89
J
0.195
0.205
4.95
5.21
K
0.095
0.105
2.41
2.67
L
0.060
0.075
1.52
1.90
M
0.070
0.085
1.78
2.16
N
O
P
0.018
0.024
0.46
0.61
0.178
0.290
0.188
0.310
4.52
7.37
4.78
7.87
A
0.720
(18.29)
0.360
(9.14)
0.500
(12.7)
0.100
(2.54)
0.100
(2.54)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
1.968
(50.0)
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry
Standard
Modified TO-220
Tape and Reel Pack
700
RP
EIA-468-B
500
N/A
N/A
500
60
(special order item,
contact factory for details)
N/A
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0.750 ± 0.010
(19.05 ± 0.25)
14.173 (360.0)
Description
Modified TO-220
Bulk Pack
Modified TO-220,
Type 60 Lead Form
Bulk Pack
0.019
(0.5)
1.626
(41.15)
Packing Options
Package
Type
Date Code
RoHS COMPLIANT
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
G
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
PACKING OPTIONS
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Balanced MC Series - Modified TO-220
Description
Balanced MC Series Modified TO-220 are low
capacitance SIDACtor® devices designed to protect
broadband equipment from damaging overvoltage
USBOTJFOUT5IFQBUFOUFEi:wDPOmHVSBUJPOBMTPFOTVSFT
balanced overvoltage protection.
The series provides a single port solution that enables
equipment to comply with various global requlatory
standards while limiting the impact to broadband
signals.
Features and Benefits
Agency Approvals
Agency
t 40% lower capacitance
than our Baseband
Protectors, for
applications that demand
greater signal integrity
t Low voltage overshoot
t Low on-state voltage
Agency File Number
t Does not degrade with
use
E133083
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
Pinout Designation
t Robust Modified TO-220
Package
t Custom lead forms
available
t Balanced overvoltage
protection
1
Applicable Global Standards
3
2
Schematic Symbol
1
3
(T)
(R)
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
2
(G)
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT=2.2
Amps
V min
V max
mA max
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 1-3
mA
max
A max
V min
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 1-3
P1553ACMCLxx
P1803ACMCLxx
P2103ACMCLxx
P2353ACMCLxx
P2703ACMCLxx
P3203ACMCLxx
P3403ACMCLxx
P5103ACMCLxx
P1553ACMC
P1803ACMC
P2103ACMC
P2353ACMC
P2703ACMC
P3203ACMC
P3403ACMC
P5103ACMC
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
- XX Part Number Suffix: ‘RP’ (Reel Pack), Blank (Bulk Pack), or ‘60’ (Type 60 lead form, Bulk Pack. Special order item -- contact factory.)
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Capacitance
See Capacitance
Values Table
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Capacitance Values
Part Number
P1553ACMCLxx
P1803ACMCLxx
P2103ACMCLxx
P2353ACMCLxx
P2703ACMCLxx
P3203ACMCLxx
P3403ACMCLxx
P5103ACMCLxx
pF
Pin 1-2 / 3-2
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
MIN
MAX
30
55
30
60
30
45
25
45
25
40
25
40
20
35
20
30
pF
Pin 1-3
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
20
35
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
25
10
20
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
C
1
1
1
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
200
30
500
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Modified
TO-220
1
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
50
°C/W
R0JA
3
2
Parameter
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
+V
VT
VDRM
a e orm
tr
td
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
-V
ea
alue
VS
0
0
-I
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tr
td
t
Time ( s)
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
2
1.8
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
12
1.6
1.4
0
-4
25°C
1.2
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
-8
0.4
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-20
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Broadband Optimized™ Protection
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 3 A C MC L xx
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
XXXXXXXXX
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
PACKING OPTIONS
xxxxx
Blank, RP or 60 -for Type 60 orders, contact factory
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
MC Series
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
Dimensions - Modified TO-220
Tape and Reel Specification — Modified TO-220
Inches
A
Min
D
T
M
P
P
PIN 3
PIN 2
PIN 1
L
M
K
H
Date Code
RoHS COMPLIANT
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
G
Part Marking Code
N
J
The modified TO-220 package is designed to
meet mechanical standards as set forth in
JEDEC publication number 95.
Millimeters
Max
Min
0.240
(6.10)
Max
A
0.400
0.410
10.16 10.42
D
0.360
0.375
9.14
9.53
F
0.110
0.130
2.80
3.30
G
0.540
0.575
13.71 14.61
H
0.025
0.035
0.63
0.89
J
0.195
0.205
4.95
5.21
K
0.095
0.105
2.41
2.67
L
0.060
0.075
1.52
1.90
M
0.070
0.085
1.78
2.16
N
O
P
0.018
0.024
0.46
0.61
0.178
0.290
0.188
0.310
4.52
7.37
4.78
7.87
0.019
(0.5)
1.626
(41.15)
0.720
(18.29)
0.750 ± 0.010
(19.05 ± 0.25)
0.360
(9.14)
0.500
(12.7)
0.100
(2.54)
0.100
(2.54)
14.173 (360.0)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
1.968
(50.0)
Packing Options
Package Type
A
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified TO-220
Tape and Reel Pack
700
RP
EIA-468-B
Modified TO-220
Bulk Pack
500
N/A
N/A
Modified TO-220, Type 60 Lead Form
Bulk Pack
500
60
(special order item,
contact factory for details)
N/A
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Fixed Voltage Series - DO-214
Description
Fixed Voltage Series DO-214 are uni-directional SIDACtor®
devices designed to protect SLICs (Subscriber Line
Interface Circuit) from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides single line protection using a fixed
voltage switching device for negative surges. All positive
surges are routed through an internal diode to a ground
reference.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency File Number
E133083
t Integrated diode for
positive voltage surges
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
Indicates cathode
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building*
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
Schematic Symbol
(T/R)
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
*A-rated parts require series resistance
(G)
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P0641SALRP
P0721SALRP
P0901SALRP
P1101SALRP
P1301SALRP
P1701SALRP
P0641SCLRP
P0721SCLRP
P0901SCLRP
P1101SCLRP
P1301SCLRP
P1701SCLRP
Marking
P61A
P71A
P91A
P01A
P131A
P17A
P61C
P71C
P91C
P01C
P131C
P17C
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
VF
V min
V max
mA min
mA
max
A max
V max
V max
58
65
75
95
120
160
58
65
75
95
120
160
77
88
98
130
160
200
77
88
98
130
160
200
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
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Capacitance
@1MHz, -2V bias
pF
pF min
pF max
50
45
45
40
40
30
65
60
60
50
50
40
90
85
80
70
70
55
200
190
180
160
160
130
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
1
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
45
75
20
500
100
200
30
500
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
DO-214AA
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
90
°C/W
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
I
ulse Current
100
T
ID
M
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
td
50
al
alue
ea
D M
tr
td
ea
alue
IH
I
IT
0
0
td
tr
t
I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Time ( s)
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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SLIC Protection
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
Part Marking
Cathode Indicator
P xxx 1 S X L RP
DEVICE TYPE
P: SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
REEL PACK
XXXXX
XXXXX
L: RoHS COMPLIANT
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
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Part number code
(refer to Electrical Characteristics table)
Date code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Dimensions — DO-214AA
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
Cathode Indicator
B
D
Inches
C A
H
E
F
K
Millimeters
Dimensions
G
0.079
(2.0)
Min
Max
Min
Max
A
0.130
0.156
3.30
3.95
B
0.201
0.220
5.10
5.60
C
0.077
0.087
1.95
2.20
D
0.159
0.181
4.05
4.60
E
0.030
0.063
0.75
1.60
F
0.075
0.096
1.90
2.45
G
0.002
0.008
0.05
0.20
H
0.077
0.104
1.95
2.65
K
0.006
0.016
0.15
0.41
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.110
(2.8)
0.079
(2.0)
Pad Outline
(MM)
Packing Options
Package Type
S
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
DO-214AA
Tape & Reel Pack
2500
RP
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specification — DO-214AA
0.157
(4.0)
0.472
(12.0)
Cat ode
0.36
(9.2)
0.315
(8.0)
0.059 DIA
(1.5)
12.99
(330.0)
0.512 (13.0)
Arbor Hole Dia.
0.49
(12.4)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Cover tape
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Fixed Voltage TwinSLIC™ Series - Modified DO-214
Description
Fixed Voltage Series Modified DO-214 are unidirectional SIDACtor® devices designed to protect
SLICs (Subscriber Line Interface Circuit) from damaging
overvoltage transients.
The series provides single port protection using fixed
voltage switching devices for negative surges. All
positive surges are routed through internal diodes to a
ground reference.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Low on-state voltage
t Does not degrade with use
Agency File Number
t Integrated diodes for
positive voltage surges
t Single-port protection
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of ratings
E133083
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
in 3
in 1
in 2
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building*
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
Schematic Symbol
* Series resistance required
1
(T)
2
( )
3
(R)
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
Pin 1-2, 3-2
P0641CA2LRP
P0721CA2LRP
P0901CA2LRP
P1101CA2LRP
P1301CA2LRP
P1701CA2LRP
P62A
P72A
P92A
P02A
P131A
P17A
58
65
75
95
120
160
77
88
98
130
160
200
IH
IS
mA min mA max A max
120
120
120
120
120
120
800
800
800
800
800
800
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
IT
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2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
VF
V max
V max
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
Capacitance
See
Capacitance
Values table
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Capacitance Values
pF
Pin 1-2 / 3-2
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
MIN
MAX
40
70
35
70
30
65
25
55
25
45
25
40
Part Number
P0641CA2LRP
P0721CA2LRP
P0901CA2LRP
P1101CA2LRP
P1301CA2LRP
P1701CA2LRP
pF
Pin 1-3
Tip-Ring
MIN
20
20
20
15
15
15
MAX
45
45
40
35
30
25
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
Surge Ratings
Series
Series
IPP
ITSM
di/dt
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
50/60 Hz
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A/μs max
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
A
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
Modified DO-214AA
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
85
°C/W
in 3
in 1
in 2
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
I
ea
alue
T
ID
M
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
D M
ulse Current
100
tr
td
IH
I
0
IT
0
I
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tr
td
t
Time ( s)
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
IH
10
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
14
2
0
-4
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC 1FBL
¡$PS¡$
or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to
Solder Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture
Sensitivity Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT¡$
peak). JEDEC-J-STD-020, Level 1
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Part Marking
Part Numbering
P xxx1 C A 2 L RP
REEL PACK
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
TwinSLIC IDENTIFIER
(two chip device)
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
Part number code
XXXXX
XXXXX
RoHS COMPLIANT
(refer to Electrical Characteristics table)
Date code
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
Dimensions — Modified DO-214AA
PIN 3
B
D
M
N
Inches
P
A C
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K
M
N
P
PIN 1
PIN 2
H
E
J
0.079
(2.0)
0.079
(2.0)
F
K
G
0.079
(2.0)
0.040
(1.0)
0.110
(2.8)
0.030
(0.76)
Millimeters
Dimensions
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.130
0.201
0.077
0.159
0.030
0.075
0.002
0.077
0.006
0.022
0.027
0.052
0.156
0.220
0.087
0.181
0.063
0.096
0.008
0.104
0.016
0.028
0.033
0.058
3.30
5.10
1.95
4.05
0.75
1.90
0.05
1.95
0.15
0.56
0.69
1.32
3.95
5.60
2.20
4.60
1.60
2.45
0.20
2.65
0.41
0.71
0.84
1.47
Pad Outline
(MM)
Packing Options
Package Type
C
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified DO-214AA 3-leaded
Tape and Reel Pack
2500
RP
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specification — Modified DO-214AA
0.157
(4.0)
Pin 2
0.472
(12.0)
0.360
(9.2)
0.315
(8.0)
Pin 1
Pin 3
12.99
(330.0)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.512 (13.0)
Arbor Hole Dia.
Direction of Feed
0.49
(12.4)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Fixed Voltage Q2L Series 3.3x3.3 QFN
Description
Fixed Voltage Q2L Series are uni-directional SIDACtor®
devices designed to protect SLICs (Subscriber Line Interface
Circuit) from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides single line protection using a fixed voltage
switching device for negative surges. All positive surges
are routed through an internal diode to a ground reference.
The small size of the Q2L makes it ideal for high density
applications.
Features and Benefits
Agency Approvals
t Integrated diode for
positive voltage surges
Agency
Agency File Number
t Low profile
E133083
t Small footprint QFN
Package
Pinout Designation
t Low on-state voltage
t Does not degrade with
use
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
Applicable Global Standards
t TIA-968-A
Cathode
Indicator
t GR-1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21/Enhanced
Level
t ITU K.20/21/Basic Level
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Schematic Symbol
(T/R)
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t YD/T 1082
(G)
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
P0641Q22CLRP
P0721Q22CLRP
P0901Q22CLRP
P1101Q22CLRP
P1301Q22CLRP
P1701Q22CLRP
P61C
P71C
P91C
P10C
P13C
P17C
VDRM
VS
@IDRM=5μA
@100V/μs
V min
V max
58
65
75
95
120
160
77
88
98
130
160
200
IH
IS
mA min mA max A max
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
VT
@IT =2.2 Amps
VF
Capacitance
@1MHz @ 2V bias
V max
V max
pF min
pF max
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
35
25
55
50
45
45
75
45
85
75
70
70
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Surge Ratings
ITSM
Ipp
Series
di/dt
2x10μs
1.2x50μs/8x20μs
10x160μs
10x560μs
10x1000μs
50 / 60Hz
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
Amps/μs max
500
400
200
150
100
30
500
C
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
3.3x3.3 QFN
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
120
°C/W
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
I
ea
alue
D M
ulse Current
100
T
M
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
td
50
al
alue
ea
ID
tr
td
IH
I
0
IT
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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160
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VDC ¡$PS¡$PS
1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT¡$
Peak). JEDEC-J-STD-020, Level 1
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Body Material
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 1 Q22 C L RP
Cathode Indicator
TYPE
P=SIDACtor
REEL PACK
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
RoHS COMPLIANT
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
XXXX
XXXXX
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
Terminals on Back
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Dimensions — 3.3x3.3 QFN
Inches
BOTTOM VIEW
TOP VIEW
A
E
J
B
END VIEW
A
B
C
E
F
H
J
K1
K2
M1
M2
N1
N2
F
H
2.54
(.100”)
1.50
(.059”)
SIDE VIEW
1.27
(.050”)
N2
N1
M1
K1
Millimeters
Dimensions
C
K2
M2
Recommended
Soldering Pad Outline
(Reference Only)
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.126
0.126
0.075
0.011
0.088
0.035
0.000
0.004
0.004
0.063
0.045
0.095
0.082
0.134
0.134
0.083
0.019
0.096
0.043
0.008
0.012
0.012
0.071
0.053
0.103
0.090
3.200
3.200
1.900
0.285
2.230
0.900
0.000
0.100
0.100
1.610
1.153
2.420
2.080
3.400
3.400
2.100
0.485
2.430
1.100
0.200
0.300
0.300
1.810
1.353
2.620
2.280
Packing Options
Package
Type
Description
Quantity
Added
Suffix
Industry
Standard
Q22
3.3x3.3 QFN Tape and Reel Pack
5000
RP
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Dimension — 3.3x3.3 QFN
Reel Dimension
A
B
C
D
N
W1
A0
B0
D0
D1
E1
E2
F
K0
P0
P1
P2
T
W
W0
C
A
Inches
Min
Max
Reel Diameter
N/A
12.992
Drive Spoke Width
0.059
N/A
Arbor Hole Diameter
0.504
0.531
Drive Spoke Diameter
0.795
N/A
Hub Diameter
1.969
N/A
Reel Inner Width at Hub
0.488
0.567
Pocket Width at bottom
0.138
0.146
Pocket Length at bottom
0.138
0.146
Feed Hole Diameter
0.059
0.063
Pocket Hole Diameter
0.059
N/A
Feed hole position 1
0.065
0.073
Feed hole position 2
0.400
0.408
Feed hole center-Pocket hole 0.215
0.219
Pocket Depth
0.039
0.051
Feed Hole Pitch
0.153
0.161
Component Spacing
0.311
0.319
Feed hole center-Pocket hole 0.077
0.081
Carrier Tape Thickness
0.010
0.014
Embossed Carrier Tape Width 0.453
0.484
Cover Tape Width
0.358
0.366
Description
D
N
W1
B
Tape Leader and Trailer Dimensions
CARRIER TAPE
COVER TAPE
END
START
TRAILER
160mm MIN
LEADER
400mm MIN
Tape Dimension Items
D0
P0
P2
T
CARRIER TAPE
D1
E1
B0
F
W0
K0
CATHODE
INDICATOR
P1
E2 W
A0
COVER TAPE
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Millimeters
Min
Max
N/A
330.0
1.50
N/A
12.80 13.50
20.20
N/A
50.00
N/A
12.40 14.40
3.50
3.70
3.50
3.70
1.50
1.60
1.50
N/A
1.65
1.85
10.15 10.35
5.45
5.55
1.00
1.30
3.90
4.10
7.90
8.10
1.95
2.05
0.25
0.35
11.50 12.30
9.10
9.30
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Fixed Voltage Single Port Series - MS-012
Description
The MS-012 packaged Fixed Voltage Single Port Series
are SIDACtor® devices designed to protect sensitive
SLICs (Subscriber Line Interface Circuit) from damaging
overvoltage transients.
The series provides single port protection using a fixed
voltage switching device for negative surges. Positive
surges are routed though internal diodes to a ground
reference. The series is also pin-to-pin compatible to
industry standard programmable SO-8 SLIC protectors.
Features & Benefits
Agency Approvals
Agency
t*OUFHSBUFEEJPEFTGPS
positive voltage surges
Agency File Number
t4JOHMFQPSUQSPUFDUJPOJO
one package
E133083
t-PXWPMUBHFPWFSTIPPU
t%PFTOPUEFHSBEFXJUIVTF
t'BJMTTIPSUDJSDVJUXIFO
surged in excess of ratings
t1JOUPQJO40DPNQBUJCMF
footprint
t-PXPOTUBUFWPMUBHF
Pinout
(Tip)
1
8
(Tip)
(NC)
2
7
(Ground)
(NC)
3
6
(Ground)
t5*""
t(3*OUSBCVJMEJOH
(Ring)
4
5
(Ring)
t5*"#
t*&$
t*56,&OIBODFE
Level
t:%5
Applicable Global Standards
Schematic Symbol
1
t*56,#BTJD-FWFM
8
t:%5
t:%5
t(3*OUFSCVJMEJOH
2
7
3
6
4
5
* Series resistance required
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P0641DF-1
P0721DF-1
P0901DF-1
P1001DF-1
P1101DF-1
Marking
P0641F1
P0721F1
P0901F1
P1001F1
P1101F1
[email protected]
IDRM=5μA
[email protected]/μs
IH
IS
[email protected]
[email protected]=1
Amps
[email protected]°
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
V max
58
65
75
85
95
77
88
98
110
130
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
- All electrical characteristics shown are defined from Tip (pins 1 & 8) to Ground (pins 6 & 7), and Ring (pins 4 & 5) to ground (pins 6 & 7)
- VF > 8.5 volts @ 10 x 700μs, 37.5 Amps
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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Capacitance
See Capacitance Values
Table
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Capacitance Values
pF
Pin 1,8-6,7 / 4,5-6,7
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
MIN
MAX
40
90
35
85
30
80
25
75
25
70
Part Number
P0641DF-1
P0721DF-1
P0901DF-1
P1001DF-1
P1101DF-1
pF
Pin 1,8-4,5
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
20
45
20
45
20
40
15
35
15
30
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
Surge Ratings
IPP
Series
F
ITSM
di/dt
2x10μs
1.2x50μs/8x20μs
10x700/5x310μs
10x1000μs
600VRMS 1s
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
Amps/μs max
120
100
50
30
1
500
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
MS-012
1
2
3
8
7
6
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
120
°C/W
5
4
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
VF
ea
alue
VS VDRM
ulse Current
100
VT
-V
+V
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
IDRM
a e orm
tr
td
IH
IS
0
IT
0
-I
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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tr
td
t
Time ( s)
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
12
1.8
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VDC ¡$PS¡$PS
1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Dimensions — MS-012
Inches
Dimension
MIN
A
A1
A2
B
C
D
E
E1
e
L
o
Recommended
Soldering Pad Outline
(Reference Only)
Millimeters
MAX
MIN
0.053
0.069
0.004
0.010
0.043
0.065
0.012
0.020
0.007
0.010
0.189
0.197
0.228
0.244
0.150
0.157
0.050 BSC*
0.016
0.050
MAX
1.35
1.75
0.10
0.25
1.25
1.65
0.31
0.51
0.17
0.25
4.80
5.00
5.80
6.20
3.80
4.00
1.27 BSC*
0.40
1.27
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 1 DF -1
SINGLE
TYPE
P: SIDACtor
Part Number Code
IPP RATING
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
XXXXXF1
o
XXXXX
PACKAGE TYPE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
Date Code
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
D
MS-012 SMT 8-pin SOIC
Tape and Reel Pack
2500
N/A
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specifications — MS-012
1.55
(.061)
4.0
(.158)
DIMENSIONS ARE:
2.0
(.079)
8.0
(.315)
0.8
MIN.
(0.03)
5.5
(.216)
o
6.4
(.252)
1.50
ø
MIN.
(.059)
0.40
(0.016)
12.0
(.472)
Cover
0 MIN.
Tape
Carrier Tape
Embossment
0.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
MILLIMETERS
(INCHES)
Direction of Feed
2.1
(.083)
12.99
(330.0)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
0.49
(12.4)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Scheduled Release 3Q 2009
Fixed Voltage Enhanced Single Port Series - MS-012
Description
The MS-012 packaged Fixed Voltage Enhanced Single Port
Series are SIDACtor® devices designed to protect sensitive
SLICs (Subscriber Line Interface Circuit) from damaging
overvoltage transients.
The series provides single port protection using a fixed
voltage switching device for negative surges. Positive
surges are routed though enhanced switching diodes to a
ground reference. The series is also pin-to-pin compatible to
industry standard programmable SO-8 SLIC protectors.
Features & Benefits
Agency Approvals
Agency
t*OUFHSBUFEGBTUTXJUDIJOH
diodes for positive voltage
surges
Agency File Number
E133083
t4JOHMFQPSUQSPUFDUJPOJO
one package
Pinout
t-PXWPMUBHFPWFSTIPPU
t-PXPOTUBUFWPMUBHF
t%PFTOPUEFHSBEFXJUIVTF
t'BJMTTIPSUDJSDVJUXIFO
surged in excess of ratings
t1JOUPQJO40DPNQBUJCMF
footprint
(Tip)
1
8
(Tip)
(NC)
2
7
(Ground)
(NC)
3
6
(Ground)
t5*""
t(3*OUSBCVJMEJOH
(Ring)
4
5
(Ring)
t5*"#
t*&$
t*56,&OIBODFE
Level
t:%5
Applicable Global Standards
Schematic Symbol
1
t*56,#BTJD-FWFM
8
t:%5
t:%5
t(3*OUFSCVJMEJOH
2
7
3
6
4
5
* Series resistance required
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
P0641DF-1E
P0721DF-1E
P0901DF-1E
P0991DF-1E
P1001DF-1E
P1101DF-1E
P1301DF-1E
P1701DF-1E
P0641F1E
P0721F1E
P0901F1E
P0991F1E
P1001F1E
P1101F1E
P1301F1E
P1701F1E
[email protected]
IDRM=5μA
[email protected]/μs
IH
IS
[email protected]
[email protected]=1
Amps
[email protected]°
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
V max
58
65
75
80
85
95
120
160
77
88
98
104
110
130
160
200
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
- All electrical characteristics shown are defined from Tip (pins 1 & 8) to Ground (pins 6 & 7), and Ring (pins 4 & 5) to ground (pins 6 & 7)
- VF < 8.5 volts @ 10 x 700μs, 37.5 Amps
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
105
Revised: April 15, 2011
Capacitance
See Capacitance Values
Table
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Capacitance Values
pF
Pin 1,8-6,7 / 4,5-6,7
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
MIN
MAX
40
90
35
85
30
80
25
75
25
75
25
70
20
70
20
70
Part Number
P0641DF-1E
P0721DF-1E
P0901DF-1E
P0991DF-1E
P1001DF-1E
P1101DF-1E
P1301DF-1E
P1701DF-1E
pF
Pin 1,8-4,5
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
20
45
20
45
20
40
15
35
15
35
15
30
15
30
15
30
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
Surge Ratings
IPP
Series
F
ITSM
di/dt
2x10μs
1.2x50μs/8x20μs
10x700/5x310μs
10x1000μs
600VRMS 1s
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
Amps/μs max
120
100
50
30
1
500
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
MS-012
1
2
3
8
7
6
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
120
°C/W
5
4
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
VF
100
ulse Current
VS VDRM
VT
-V
ea
alue
+V
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
IDRM
a e orm
tr
td
IH
IS
0
IT
0
-I
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
106
Revised: April 15, 2011
tr
td
t
Time ( s)
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
12
1.8
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Environmental Specifications
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VDC ¡$PS¡$PS
1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-101
Physical Specifications
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
107
Revised: April 15, 2011
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Dimensions — MS-012
Inches
Dimension
MIN
A
A1
A2
B
C
D
E
E1
e
L
o
Recommended
Soldering Pad Outline
(Reference Only)
Millimeters
MAX
0.053
0.069
0.004
0.010
0.043
0.065
0.012
0.020
0.007
0.010
0.189
0.197
0.228
0.244
0.150
0.157
0.050 BSC*
0.016
0.050
MIN
MAX
1.35
1.75
0.10
0.25
1.25
1.65
0.31
0.51
0.17
0.25
4.80
5.00
5.80
6.20
3.80
4.00
1.27 BSC*
0.40
1.27
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 1 DF -1E
SINGLE ENHANCED
TYPE
P: SIDACtor
IPP RATING
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
Part Number Code
XXXXXF1E
o
XXXXX
PACKAGE TYPE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
D
MS-012 SMT 8-pin
SOIC Tape and Reel
Pack
2500
N/A
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specifications — MS-012
1.55
(.061)
4.0
(.158)
DIMENSIONS ARE:
2.0
(.079)
8.0
(.315)
0.8
MIN.
(0.03)
5.5
(.216)
o
6.4
(.252)
1.50
ø
MIN.
(.059)
0.40
(0.016)
12.0
(.472)
Cover
0 MIN.
Tape
Carrier Tape
Embossment
0.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
MILLIMETERS
(INCHES)
Direction of Feed
2.1
(.083)
12.99
(330.0)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
0.49
(12.4)
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Fixed Voltage Multiport Series - MS-013
Description
Fixed Voltage Multiport Series MS-013 are SIDACtor®
devices designed to protect sensitive SLIC (Subscriber
Line Interface Circuit) devices from damaging overvoltage
transients.
The series provides a high surge current rated dual port
protection solution incorporating a fixed voltage switching
threshold for negatives surges. All positive surges are
routed through an internal diode to a ground reference.
Features and Benefits
Agency Approvals
t Low voltage overshoot
t Two-port protection
Agency
Agency File Number
t Low on-state voltage
E133083
t Does not degrade with
use
t Integrated diodes for
positive voltage surges
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
Pinout Designation
1
6
2
5
3
4
Applicable Global Standards
t TIA-968-A
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
6
(T2)
2
(
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t5*"#
Schematic Symbol
1
(T1)
5
(
1)
3
(R1)
t Replaces four discrete
devices
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 1082
t YD/T 993
t YD/T 950
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
2)
*A-rated parts require series resistance
4
(R2)
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P0641UALxx
P0721UALxx
P0901UALxx
P1101UALxx
P1301UALxx
P1701UALxx
P0641UCLxx
P0721UCLxx
P0901UCLxx
P1101UCLxx
P1301UCLxx
P1701UCLxx
Marking
P0641UA
P0721UA
P0901UA
P1101UA
P1301UA
P1701UA
P0641UC
P0721UC
P0901UC
P1101UC
P1301UC
P1701UC
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
VF
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
V max
58
65
75
95
120
160
58
65
75
95
120
160
77
88
98
130
160
200
77
88
98
130
160
200
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
- All electrical characteristics shown are defined from Tip (pins 1 & 6) to Ground (pins 2 & 5), and Ring (pins 3 & 4) to Ground (pins 2 & 5)
- XX = Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
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Capacitance
See
Capacitance
Values Table
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Capacitance Values
pF
Pin 1-2 / 3-2 (4.5/6.5)
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
MIN
MAX
Part Number
P0641UALxx
P0721UALxx
P0901UALxx
P1101UALxx
P1301UALxx
P1701UALxx
P0641UCLxx
P0721UCLxx
P0901UCLxx
P1101UCLxx
P1301UCLxx
P1701UCLxx
50
45
40
40
35
30
65
60
60
50
35
40
pF
Pin 1-3 (4.6)
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
205
195
180
160
160
125
205
195
180
160
160
125
30
20
20
15
15
15
40
20
20
15
15
15
135
125
115
105
100
80
130
125
115
105
100
80
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a -2V bias.
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
1
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Modified MS-013
6
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
60
°C/W
5
4
1
2
3
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
VF
100
ulse Current
VS VDRM
VT
-V
+V
tr
td
ea
alue
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
al
alue
ea
IDRM
td
IH
IS
IT
0
0
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
IH
10
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
14
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
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SLIC Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Environmental Specifications
Physical Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VDC ¡$PS¡$PS
1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Part Marking
P xxx1 U x L xx
TYPE
P=SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
Part Marking Code
PACKING OPTIONS
XXXXXXX
RoHS COMPLIANT
Date Code
XXXXX
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
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SLIC Protection
Dimensions — MS-013
Inches
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.065
(1.65)
Pad Outline
C
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
BSC*
0.460
(11.68)
0.138
(3.50)
Dimension are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.059
(1.50)
E
D
7º TYP
J
7º TYP
A
G
Burr Side
H
96º
A
Mold Split
Line
4º
A
7º TYP
BSC*
F
7º TYP
MIN Length
of Flat
Detail A
K
B
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.360
0.352
0.400
0.043
0.047
0.293
0.289
0.089
0.041
0.020
0.133
0.364
0.356
0.412
0.045
0.055
0.297
0.293
0.093
0.049
9.14
8.94
10.16
1.09
1.19
7.44
7.34
2.26
1.04
0.51
3.38
9.25
9.04
10.46
1.13
1.40
7.54
7.44
2.36
1.24
0.143
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tape and Reel Pack
1500
RP
EIA-481-D
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tube Pack
500
(50 per tube)
TP
N/A
U
Tape and Reel Specification — MS-013
.157
(4.0)
.630
(16.0)
.472
(12.0)
12.99
(330)
.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
0.700
(17.8)
Direction of Feed
Tube Pack Dimensions — MS-013
essa e ocation
.045
(1.14)
.310
(7.87)
0˚
.165
(4.1 )
6
nterior o t e Tube
.150
(3.81)
.225
(5.72)
.525
(13.34)
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.020 .005
(0.51 0.13)
.108
(2.74)
A
T
.
20.000
(508.00
.005 A
.110
(2.7 )
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
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.030
0.76)
3.63
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Battrax® Series Positive/Negative - Modified DO-214
Description
The Battrax® series offers programmable SIDACtor®
overvoltage protection devices for SLIC applications.
This series is offered in a negative Battrax version and a
positive Battrax version. The B1xx0C_ is for a -VREF supply
BOEUIF#[email protected] supply. Designed using
an SCR and a gate diode, the B1xx0C_ Battrax begins
to conduct at |-VREF]]7]XIJMFUIF#[email protected]#BUUSBY
CFHJOTUPDPOEVDUBU]7REF]]7]
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
Agency Approvals
t Low on-state voltage
Agency
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency File Number
ratings
t Robust surge current
ratings
t Gate triggered tracking
devices
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
E133083
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
PIN 3
(VREF)
PIN 1
(Line)
PIN 2
(Ground)
Schematic Symbol
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
PIN 2
(Ground)
PIN 3
(+VREF)
PIN 1
(Line)
*A-rated parts require series resistance
PIN 3
(-VREF)
Gate
PIN 1
(Line)
Negative Battrax
B1xx0C_
Positive Battrax
B2050C_
PIN 2
(Ground
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
B1100CALRP
B1160CALRP
B1200CALRP
B2050CALRP
B1100CCLRP
B1160CCLRP
B1200CCLRP
B2050CCLRP
Marking
B10A
B16A
B12A
B25A
B10C
B16C
B12C
B25C
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
*7REF**7*
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
*7REF**7*
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
*7REF**7*
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
*7REF**7*
100
160
200
5
100
160
200
5
100
100
100
50
100
100
100
50
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
pF
Min
30
30
30
20
30
30
30
20
Max
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
- VREF Max Value for the negative Battrax is -200 V.
- VREF Max Value for the positive Battrax is 110 V.
* Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured across pins 1 & 2 at 1 MHz with a 2V bias.
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
- All electrical characteristics shown are defined from Tip (pin 1) to Ground (pin 2), and Ring
(pin 1) to Ground (pin 2)
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Capacitance*
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SLIC Protection
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
A min
A min
A/μs max
45
75
20
500
100
200
50
500
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
2: Voltage waveform in μs
1
di/dt
8x20
1.2x50 2
1: Current waveform in μs
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
2x10
2x10 2
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
1
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$*PP rating assumes VREFFRVBMT7
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
85
°C/W
Modified DO-214AA
PIN 3
(VREF)
PIN 1
(Line)
PIN 2
(Ground)
V-I Characteristics - Negative Battrax
V-I Characteristics - Positive Battrax
+I
+I
IT
IGT
IH
VS VDRM
VT
IDRM
-V
-V
+V
+V
IDRM
VDRM VS
VT
IH
IGT
IT
-I
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
2
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
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SLIC Protection
tr x td Pulse Waveform
ea
alue
tr
td
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
td
50
al
alue
ea
ulse Current
100
Environmental Specifications
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VREF Max. (VDC Peak ¡$PS
¡$PSIST.*-45%.FUIPE
1040) JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
Physical Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Part Numbering
Time
Part Marking
Bx xx 0 C x L RP
TYPE
B1: Negative Battrax SIDACtor
B2: Positive Battrax SIDACtor
HOLDING CURRENT
05: 5 mA
16: 160 mA
10: 100 mA 20: 200 mA
REEL PACK
RoHS COMPLIANT
XXXX
XXXXX
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
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Part Number Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Dimensions — Modified DO-214AA
PIN 3
B
D
Inches
M
N
A C
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K
M
N
P
PIN 1
PIN 2
H
E
J
0.079
(2.0)
0.079
(2.0)
F
K
G
0.079
(2.0)
0.040
(1.0)
0.110
(2.8)
0.030
(0.76)
Millimeters
Dimensions
P
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.130
0.201
0.077
0.159
0.030
0.075
0.002
0.077
0.006
0.022
0.027
0.052
0.156
0.220
0.087
0.181
0.063
0.096
0.008
0.104
0.016
0.028
0.033
0.058
3.30
5.10
1.95
4.05
0.75
1.90
0.05
1.95
0.15
0.56
0.69
1.32
3.95
5.60
2.20
4.60
1.60
2.45
0.20
2.65
0.41
0.71
0.84
1.47
Pad Outline
(MM)
Packing Options
Package Type
C
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified DO-214AA 3-leaded
Tape and Reel Pack
2500
RP
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specification — Modified DO-214AA
0.157
(4.0)
Pin 2
0.472
(12.0)
0.360
(9.2)
0.315
(8.0)
Pin 1
Pin 3
12.99
(330.0)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.512 (13.0)
Arbor Hole Dia.
Direction of Feed
0.49
(12.4)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Battrax® Series - Single Port Negative -
MS-013
Description
The Battrax® series offers programmable SIDACtor®
overvoltage protection devices for SLIC applications.
The Single Port Negative Battrax Series provides a
programmable device that is referenced to a negative
voltage souce while internal diodes provide protection
from positive surge events.
Features and Benefits
t Single-port protection
t Low on-state voltage
t Gate triggered tracking
device
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
Agency File Number
t Integrated diodes for
positive voltage
E133083
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
1
6
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
2
5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
3
4
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Schematic Symbol
6 (No Connect)
(T) 1
(-VREF) 2
5 (G)
4 (No Connect)
(R) 3
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
IS
IH
mA min mA max
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
VF
A max
V max
V max
Capacitance*
pF min
pF max
B1101UCLxx
B1101UC
I-VREF**7* I-VREF**7*
100
100
2.2
4
5
30
200
B1161UCLxx
B1161UC
I-VREF**7* I-VREF**7*
160
100
2.2
4
5
30
200
B1201UCLxx
B1201UC I-VREF**7* I-VREF**7*
200
100
2.2
4
5
30
200
- VREF Max Value for the negative Battrax is -200 V.
- XX = Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
- All electrical characteristics shown are defined from Tip (pin 1) to Ground (pin 5), and Ring
(pin 3) to Ground (pin 5)
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
* Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured across pins 1 & 5 and 3 & 5
at 1 MHz with a 2V bias.
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SLIC Protection
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
200
50
500
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
C
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$*PP rating assumes VREFFRVBMT7
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Modified MS-013
6
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
60
°C/W
5
4
1
2
R0JA
3
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
V
100
VS VDRM
ulse Current
VREF
IF
VT
-V
+V
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
a e orm
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
IDRM
tr
td
ea
alue
IH
IS
IT
0
PIN
CONNECTED TO GROUND
Pin51-2:
PIN
TOGROUND
VREF
PIN22CONNECTED
CONNECTED TO
IPP
-I
PIN 3 CONNECTED TO VREF
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
2
IH (TC = 25ºC)
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
0
-4
-6
-8
-40 -20
0
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-40
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
1.8
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
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SLIC Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Environmental Specifications
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VREF Max. (VDC Peak ¡$PS
¡$PSIST.*-45%.FUIPE
1040) JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Physical Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
Part Marking
B1 xx 1 U C L xx
TYPE
B1: Negative Battrax SIDACtor
HOLDING CURRENT
10: 100 mA
20: 200 mA
16: 160 mA
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
PACKING OPTIONS
Part Marking Code
RP: Reel Pack
TP: Tube Pack
XXXXXXX
RoHS COMPLIANT
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
IPP RATING
XXXXX
PACKAGE TYPE
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SLIC Protection
Dimensions — MS-013
Inches
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.065
(1.65)
Pad Outline
C
0.460
(11.68)
0.138
(3.50)
Dimension are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.059
(1.50)
E
D
7º TYP
J
7º TYP
A
G
Burr Side
H
96º
A
Mold Split
Line
4º
A
7º TYP
BSC*
F
MIN Length
of Flat
7º TYP
Detail A
K
B
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
BSC*
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.360
0.352
0.400
0.043
0.047
0.293
0.289
0.089
0.041
0.020
0.133
0.364
0.356
0.412
0.045
0.055
0.297
0.293
0.093
0.049
9.14
8.94
10.16
1.09
1.19
7.44
7.34
2.26
1.04
0.51
3.38
9.25
9.04
10.46
1.13
1.40
7.54
7.44
2.36
1.24
0.143
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tape and Reel Pack
1500
RP
EIA-481-D
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tube Pack
500
(50 per tube)
TP
N/A
U
Tape and Reel Specification — MS-013
.157
(4.0)
.630
(16.0)
.472
(12.0)
12.99
(330)
.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
0.700
(17.8)
Direction of Feed
Tube Pack Specification — MS-013
essa e ocation
.045
(1.14)
.310
(7.87)
0˚
6
nterior o t e Tube
.165
(4.1 )
.150
(3.81)
.225
(5.72)
.020 .005
(0.51 0.13)
.108
(2.74)
T
.
20.000
(508.00
.005 A
.110
(2.7 )
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
.525
(13.34)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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.030
0.76)
3.63
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Battrax® Single Port Positive/Negative - MS-013
Description
The Single Port Positive/Negative Battrax Series are
programmable SIDACtor® devices designed to protect
SLICs (Subscriber Line Interface Circuit) from damaging
overvoltage transients.
This series is designed specifically to protect SLIC devices
utilizing positive and negative ringing signals. This one
device will protect a single port.
Features and Benefits
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Low voltage overshoot
t Low Capacitance
t Low on-state voltage
t Positive and negative
ringing compatible
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency File Number
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
E133083
Pinout Designation
t Single-port protect
t Gate trgger tracking
device
Applicable Global Standards
1
6
2
5
3
4
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Schematic Symbol
6 (Ground)
(T) 1
(-VREF) 2
5 (+VREF)
(R) 3
4 (Ground)
Electrical Characteristics
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
IH
Part Number
Marking
B3104UCLxx
B3104UC I±VREF**œ7* I±VREF**œ7*
IS
mA min mA max
100
100
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
Capacitance*
A max
V max
pF min pF max
2.2
4
30
200
B3164UCLxx
B3164UC I±VREF**œ7* I±VREF**œ7*
160
100
2.2
4
30
200
B3204UCLxx
B3204UC I±VREF**œ7* I±VREF**œ7*
200
100
2.2
4
30
200
- VREF Max Value for the negative Battrax is -200 V.
- VREF.BY7BMVFGPSUIFQPTJUJWF#BUUSBYJT7
- XX = Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional
- All electrical characteristics shown are defined from Tip (pin 1) to Ground (pin 4 & 6) and
Ring (pin 3) to Ground (pin 4 & 6)
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
* Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured across pins 1 & 4,6 and 3 & 4,6
at 1 MHz with a 2V bias.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
200
50
500
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
C
1
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$*PP rating assumes VREFFRVBMT7
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Modified MS-013
6
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
60
°C/W
5
4
1
2
R0JA
3
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IPP
VS
VDRM
IH
-VREF
VDRM
VT
ulse Current
VS
IS
IDRM
+V
-V
IPP
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
IDRM
IS
IT
ea
alue
100
VREF
tr
td
IH
0
0
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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SLIC Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VDC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
Part Marking
B3 xx 4 U C L xx
TYPE
B3: Dual (Positive & Negative
Battrax SIDACtor)
PACKING OPTIONS
Part Marking Code
RP: Reel Pack
TP: Tube Pack
XXXXXXX
RoHS COMPLIANT
Date Code
HOLDING CURRENT
10: 100 mA
20: 200 mA
16: 160 mA
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
XXXXX
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
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SLIC Protection
Dimensions — MS-013
Inches
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.065
(1.65)
Pad Outline
C
0.460
(11.68)
0.138
(3.50)
Dimension are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.059
(1.50)
E
D
7º TYP
J
7º TYP
A
G
Burr Side
H
96º
A
Mold Split
Line
4º
A
7º TYP
BSC*
F
7º TYP
MIN Length
of Flat
K
Detail A
B
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
BSC*
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.360
0.352
0.400
0.043
0.047
0.293
0.289
0.089
0.041
0.020
0.133
0.364
0.356
0.412
0.045
0.055
0.297
0.293
0.093
0.049
9.14
8.94
10.16
1.09
1.19
7.44
7.34
2.26
1.04
0.51
3.38
9.25
9.04
10.46
1.13
1.40
7.54
7.44
2.36
1.24
0.143
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tape and Reel Pack
1500
RP
EIA-481-D
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tube Pack
500
(50 per tube)
TP
N/A
U
Tape and Reel Specification — MS-013
.157
(4.0)
.630
(16.0)
.472
(12.0)
12.99
(330)
.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
0.700
(17.8)
Direction of Feed
Tube Pack Specification — MS-013
essa e ocation
.045
(1.14)
.310
(7.87)
0˚
.165
(4.1 )
6
nterior o t e Tube
.150
(3.81)
.225
(5.72)
.525
(13.34)
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
.020 .005
(0.51 0.13)
.108
(2.74)
A
T
.
20.000 .030
(508.00 0.76)
.005 A
.110
(2.7 )
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
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3.63
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Battrax® Series - Dual Port Negative -
MS-013
Description
The Dual Port Negative Battrax® Series are programmable
SIDACtor® devices designed to protect SLICs (Subscriber
Line Interface Circuit) from damaging overvoltage transients.
Dual port protection is provided by a programmable device
that is referenced to a negative voltage souce while internal
diodes provide protection from positive surge events.
Features and Benefits
t Dual-port protection
t Low on-state voltage
t Gate trigger tracking
device
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
Agency File Number
E133083
t Integrated diode for
positive voltage surges
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
1
6
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
2
5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
3
4
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Schematic Symbol
6 (T2)
(T1) 1
5 Ground
(-VREF) 2
4 (R2)
(R1) 3
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
IH
IS
mA min mA max
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
VF
Capacitance*
A max
V max
V max
pF min pF max
B1101UC4Lxx
B1101UC4
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
100
100
2.2
4
5
30
200
B1161UC4Lxx
B1161UC4
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
160
100
2.2
4
5
30
200
B1201UC4Lxx
B1201UC4
I-VREF**7*
I-VREF**7*
200
100
2.2
4
5
30
200
- VREF Max Value for the negative Battrax is -200 V.
- XX = Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
- All electrical characteristics shown are defined from Tip (pin 1 & 6) to Ground (pin 5) and
Ring (pin 3 & 4) to Ground (pin 5)
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
* Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured across pins 1 & 5, 3 & 5, 4 & 5, and 6 & 5
at 1 MHz with a 2V bias.
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SLIC Protection
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
1
ITSM
di/dt
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
50/60 Hz
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A/μs max
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
50
500
C
1
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$*PP rating assumes VREFFRVBMT7
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Modified MS-013
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
60
°C/W
6
5
4
1
2
3
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
V
100
VS VDRM
ulse Current
VREF
IF
VT
-V
+V
IH
IS
IT
-I
50
td
al
0
alue
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
PIN 3 CONNECTED TO VREF
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
tr
0
PIN
CONNECTED TO GROUND
Pin 51-2:
PIN
TOGROUND
VREF
PIN22CONNECTED
CONNECTED TO
IPP
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
ea
IDRM
tr
td
ea
alue
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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160
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
SLIC Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
Pre Heat
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
TL
Temperature
Reflow Condition
tL
TS(max)
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VDC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Marking
Part Numbering
B1 xx 1 U C 4 L xx
TYPE
B1: Negative Battrax SIDACtor
HOLDING CURRENT
10: 100 mA
20: 200 mA
16: 160 mA
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
PACKING OPTIONS
Part Marking Code
RP: Reel Pack
TP: Tube Pack
XXXXXXXX
RoHS COMPLIANT
DUAL PORT
IPP RATING
Date Code
XXXXX
PACKAGE TYPE
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SLIC Protection
Dimensions — MS-013
Inches
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.065
(1.65)
Pad Outline
C
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
BSC*
0.460
(11.68)
0.138
(3.50)
Dimension are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.059
(1.50)
E
D
7º TYP
J
7º TYP
A
G
Burr Side
H
96º
A
Mold Split
Line
4º
A
7º TYP
BSC*
F
MIN Length
of Flat
7º TYP
Detail A
K
B
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.360
0.352
0.400
0.043
0.047
0.293
0.289
0.089
0.041
0.020
0.133
0.364
0.356
0.412
0.045
0.055
0.297
0.293
0.093
0.049
--0.143
9.14
8.94
10.16
1.09
1.19
7.44
7.34
2.26
1.04
0.51
3.38
9.25
9.04
10.46
1.13
1.40
7.54
7.44
2.36
1.24
--3.63
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tape and Reel Pack
1500
RP
EIA-481-D
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tube Pack
500
(50 per tube)
TP
N/A
U
Tape and Reel Specification — MS-013
.157
(4.0)
.630
(16.0)
.472
(12.0)
12.99
(330)
.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
0.700
(17.8)
Direction of Feed
Tube Pack Specification — MS-013
essa e ocation
.045
(1.14)
.310
(7.87)
0˚
.165
(4.1 )
6
nterior o t e Tube
.150
(3.81)
.225
(5.72)
.525
(13.34)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
.020 .005
(0.51 0.13)
.108
(2.74)
A
T
.
20.000
(508.00
.005 A
.110
(2.7 )
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
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0.76)
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
LCAS Protection
Asymmetrical Multiport Series - MS-013
Description
Asymmetrical Multiport Series are SIDACtor® devices
designed to protect LCAS (Line Circuit Access Switch)
devices from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a specialized asymmetrical dual port
overvoltage protection solution that enables equipment
to comply with various global requlatory standards.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
Agency File Number
E133083
Pinout Designation
t Replaces four discrete
devices
t Two-port protection
t LCAS specific tip and
ring thresholds
Applicable Global Standards
1
6
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
2
5
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
4
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
3
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
Schematic Symbol
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
(T1) 1
6 (T2)
(G1) 2
5 (G2)
(R1) 3
4 (R2)
*A-rated parts require series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
VDRM @IDRM
VS
VDRM @IDRM
= 5μA @100V/μs
= 5μA
Part
Number
Part Marking
A1220UA4Lxx
A1225UA4Lxx
A1220UC4Lxx
A1225UC4Lxx
A1220UA4
A1250UA4
A1220UC4
A1250UC4
V
V
Pins 2-3, 5-6
100
100
100
100
130
130
130
130
VS
@100V/μs
[email protected] = 2.2 Amps
V
V
V
Pins 1-2, 4-5
180
230
180
230
220
290
220
290
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional.
- All electrical characteristics shown are defined from Tip to Ground (pin 1 to pin 2 and pin 6
to pin 5) and Ring to Ground (pin 3 to pin 2 and pin 4 to pin 5).
- XX = Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
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IS
mA
IT
A
IH
mA
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
120
120
120
120
Pins 1-2, 2-3, 4-5, 5-6
4
4
4
4
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
LCAS Protection
Capacitance Values
pF
Pin 1-2 / 4-5
Ring-Ground
Part Number
A1220UA4Lxx
A1225UA4Lxx
A1220UC4Lxx
A1225UC4Lxx
pF
Pin 3-2 / 6-5
Tip-Ground
pF
Pin 1-3 (4-6)
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
15
15
35
35
25
25
50
50
30
30
60
60
50
50
90
90
5
5
20
20
20
20
35
35
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
1
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Modified MS-013
6
5
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
60
°C/W
4
2
R0JA
3
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
+V
VT
VDRM
a e orm
tr
td
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
-V
ea
alue
VS
0
0
-I
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tr
td
t
Time ( s)
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
LCAS Protection
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
IH
10
8
6
25 °C
4
2
0
-4
1.8
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-40
-8
-40 -20
0
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
A xxxx U x 4 L xx
TYPE
A: Asymmetrical
SIDACtor
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Environmental Specifications
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
tP
TP
Temperature
Reflow Condition
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
PACKAGE TYPE
IPP RATING
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PACKING OPTIONS
RP: Reel Pack
TP: Tube Pack
RoHS COMPLIANT
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
LCAS Protection
Part Marking
Packing Options
Package
Type
Part Marking Code
XXXXXXXX
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
XXXXX
U
Description
Quantity
Added
Suffix
Industry
Standard
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tape and Reel Pack
1500
RP
EIA-481-D
TP
N/A
500
Modified MS-013 6-pin
(50 per
Tube Pack
tube)
Dimensions — MS-013
Inches
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.065
(1.65)
Pad Outline
C
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
BSC*
0.460
(11.68)
0.138
(3.50)
Dimension are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.059
(1.50)
E
D
7º TYP
J
7º TYP
A
G
Burr Side
H
96º
A
Mold Split
Line
4º
A
7º TYP
BSC*
F
MIN Length
of Flat
7º TYP
Detail A
K
B
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.360
0.352
0.400
0.043
0.047
0.293
0.289
0.089
0.041
0.020
0.133
0.364
0.356
0.412
0.045
0.055
0.297
0.293
0.093
0.049
9.14
8.94
10.16
1.09
1.19
7.44
7.34
2.26
1.04
0.51
3.38
9.25
9.04
10.46
1.13
1.40
7.54
7.44
2.36
1.24
0.143
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Tape and Reel Specification — MS-013
.157
(4.0)
.630
(16.0)
.472
(12.0)
12.99
(330)
.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
0.700
(17.8)
Direction of Feed
Tube Pack Specification — MS-013
essa e ocation
.045
(1.14)
.310
(7.87)
0˚
.165
(4.1 )
6
nterior o t e Tube
.225
(5.72)
.150
(3.81)
.525
(13.34)
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
.020 .005
(0.51 0.13)
.108
(2.74)
A
T
.
20.000
(508.00
.005 A
.110
(2.7 )
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
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0.76)
3.63
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
LCAS Protection
Asymmetrical Discrete Series - DO-214
Description
The Asymmetrical Discrete Series are SIDACtor® devices
designed to protect LCAS (Line Circuit Access Switch)
devices from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a specialized asymmetrical
overvoltage protection solution that enables equipment to
comply with various global requlatory standards.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low on-state voltage
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency Approvals
Agency
t LCAS specific tip and
ring thresholds
Agency File Number
E133083
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
Not Applicable
Schematic Symbol
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
*A/B-rated parts require series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P1200SALRP
P2000SALRP
P2500SALRP
P1200SBLRP
P2000SBLRP
P2500SBLRP
P1200SCLRP
P2000SCLRP
P2500SCLRP
Marking
P12A
P20A
P25A
P12B
P20B
P25B
P12C
P20C
P25C
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 A
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
pF min
pF max
100
180
230
100
180
230
100
180
230
130
220
290
130
220
290
130
220
290
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
30
25
20
30
25
35
20
20
30
45
35
35
65
95
95
35
35
85
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional.
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Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
LCAS Protection
Series
Surge Ratings
IPP
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
Amps/μs max
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
B
25
250
250
150
100
100
125
80
100
25
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
DO-214AA
TJ
TS
Parameter
R0JA
Value
Unit
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
90
°C/W
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
a e orm
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
IH
10
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
LCAS Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 0 S x L RP
TYPE
P: SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
PACKAGE TYPE
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Pxxx
xxxxx
REEL PACK
RoHS COMPLIANT
IPP RATING
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Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
LCAS Protection
Dimensions — DO-214AA
Pad Outline
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
B
D
0.110
(2.8)
C A
0.079
(2.0)
H
E
Inches
inch
(millimeter)
F
K
G
Min
Max
Min
Max
A
0.130
0.156
3.30
3.95
B
0.201
0.220
5.10
5.60
C
0.077
0.087
1.95
2.20
D
0.159
0.181
4.05
4.60
E
0.030
0.063
0.75
1.60
F
0.075
0.096
1.90
2.45
G
0.002
0.008
0.05
0.20
H
0.077
0.104
1.95
2.65
K
0.006
0.016
0.15
0.41
Packing Options
Package Type
S
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
DO-214AA
Tape & Reel Pack
2500
RP
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specification — DO-214AA
0.157
(4.0)
0.472
(12.0)
0.36
(9.2)
0.315
(8.0)
0.059 DIA
(1.5)
12.99
(330.0)
Cover tape
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.512 (13.0)
Arbor Hole Dia.
Direction of Feed
0.49
(12.4)
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Millimeters
Dimensions
0.079
(2.0)
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
SIDACtor® Series - DO-214
Description
SIDACtor® Series DO-214AA are designed to protect
baseband equipment such as modems, line cards, CPE and
DSL from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a surface mount solution that enables
equipment to comply with global regulatory standards.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
t Does not degrade with
use
AGENCY
t Low Capacitance
AGENCY FILE NUMBER
E133083
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
Not Applicable
Schematic Symbol
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
*A/B-rated parts require series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
P0080SALRP
P0220SALRP
P0300SALRP
P0640SALRP
P0720SALRP
P0900SALRP
P1100SALRP
P1300SALRP
P1500SALRP
P1800SALRP
P2100SALRP
P2300SALRP
P2600SALRP
P3100SALRP
P3500SALRP
P0080SBLRP
P0220SBLRP
P0300SBLRP
P0640SBLRP
P-8A
P22A
P03A
P06A
P07A
P09A
P11A
P13A
P15A
P18A
P21A
P23A
P26A
P31A
P35A
P-8B
P22B
P03B
P06B
V min
6
15
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
180
190
220
275
320
6
15
25
58
V max
25
32
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
240
260
300
350
400
25
32
40
77
mA min
50
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
50
50
50
150
mA max
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
A max
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
V max
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
pF min
25
25
15
40
35
25
30
25
25
25
20
25
20
20
20
25
25
15
40
pF max
150
150
140
60
60
55
50
45
40
35
35
35
35
35
35
150
150
140
80
Table continues on next page.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Electrical Parameters (continued)
Part Number
Marking
P0720SBLRP
P0900SBLRP
P1100SBLRP
P1300SBLRP
P1500SBLRP
P1800SBLRP
P2100SBLRP
P2300SBLRP
P2600SBLRP
P3100SBLRP
P3500SBLRP
P0080SCLRP
P0220SCLRP
P0300SCLRP
P0640SCLRP
P0720SCLRP
P0900SCLRP
P1100SCLRP
P1300SCLRP
P1500SCLRP
P1800SCLRP
P2100SCLRP
P2300SCLRP
P2600SCLRP
P3100SCLRP
P3500SCLRP
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
IH
IS
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
V min
V max
mA min
mA max
A max
V max
pF min
pF max
65
75
90
120
140
170
180
190
220
275
320
6
15
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
180
190
220
275
320
88
98
130
160
180
220
240
260
300
350
400
25
32
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
240
260
300
350
400
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
50
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
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
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
35
35
30
25
25
25
20
25
20
20
20
45
30
25
55
50
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
30
30
25
75
70
70
60
55
50
35
50
45
45
40
260
240
250
155
150
140
115
105
95
90
90
80
80
70
65
P07B
P09B
P11B
P13B
P15B
P18B
P21B
P23B
P26B
P31B
P35B
P-8C
P22C
P03C
P06C
P07C
P09C
P11C
P13C
P15C
P18C
P21C
P23C
P26C
P31C
P35C
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional.
Series
Surge Ratings
IPP
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
Amps/μs max
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
B
25
250
250
150
100
100
125
80
100
25
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
DO-214AA
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
90
°C/W
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
100
ulse Current
IT
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
a e orm
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
-I
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
140
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Body Material
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 0 S x L RP
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
REEL PACK
Pxxx
xxxxx
RoHS COMPLIANT
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
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Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Dimensions — DO-214AA
Pad Outline
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
B
D
0.110
(2.8)
C A
0.079
(2.0)
H
E
Inches
inch
(millimeter)
F
K
G
Min
Max
Min
Max
A
0.130
0.156
3.30
3.95
B
0.201
0.220
5.10
5.60
C
0.077
0.087
1.95
2.20
D
0.159
0.181
4.05
4.60
E
0.030
0.063
0.75
1.60
F
0.075
0.096
1.90
2.45
G
0.002
0.008
0.05
0.20
H
0.077
0.104
1.95
2.65
K
0.006
0.016
0.15
0.41
Packing Options
Package Type
S
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
DO-214AA
Tape & Reel Pack
2500
RP
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specification — DO-214AA
0.157
(4.0)
0.472
(12.0)
0.36
(9.2)
0.315
(8.0)
0.059 DIA
(1.5)
12.99
(330.0)
Cover tape
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.512 (13.0)
Arbor Hole Dia.
Direction of Feed
0.49
(12.4)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.079
(2.0)
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
SIDACtor® Multiport Series - MS-013
Description
SIDACtor® Multiport Series MS-013 are designed to protect
baseband equipment from overvoltage transients.
Targeted for voice through DS-1 applications, the series
provides a dual port surface mount solution that enables
equipment to comply with various global regulatory
standards.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency File Number
t Low Capacitance
t Replaces four discrete
components
E133083
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
1
6
2
5
3
4
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
Schematic Symbol
(T1) 1
6 (T2)
(G1) 2
5 (G2)
(R1) 3
4 (R2)
*A-rated parts require series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
V min
V max
V min
V max
V max
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 4-5, 6-5
P0084UALxx
P0304UALxx
P0644UALxx
P0724UALxx
P0904UALxx
P1104UALxx
P1304UALxx
P1504UALxx
P0084UA
P0304UA
P0644UA
P0724UA
P0904UA
P1104UA
P1304UA
P1504UA
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
Pins 1-3, 4-6
12
50
116
130
150
180
240
280
50
80
154
176
196
260
320
360
Pins 1-2, 3-2,
4-5, 6-5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
IH
IS
IT
Capacitance
mA min mA max A max
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
See
Capacitance
Values Table
2.2
Table continues on next page.
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Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
Part Number
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
V min
V max
V min
V max
V max
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 4-5, 6-5
P1804UALxx
P2304UALxx
P2604UALxx
P3104UALxx
P3504UALxx
P0084UCLxx
P0304UCLxx
P0644UCLxx
P0724UCLxx
P0904UCLxx
P1104UCLxx
P1304UCLxx
P1504UCLxx
P1804UCLxx
P2304UCLxx
P2604UCLxx
P3104UCLxx
P3504UCLxx
P1804UA
P2304UA
P2604UA
P3104UA
P3504UA
P0084UC
P0304UC
P0644UC
P0724UC
P0904UC
P1104UC
P1304UC
P1504UC
P1804UC
P2304UC
P2604UC
P3104UC
P3504UC
170
190
220
275
320
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
Pins 1-3, 4-6
220
260
300
350
400
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
340
380
440
550
640
12
50
116
130
150
180
240
280
340
380
440
550
640
440
520
600
700
800
50
80
154
176
196
260
320
360
440
520
600
700
800
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA$VOMFTTPUIFSXJTFOPUFE
- Devices are bi-directional
- XX = Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
Capacitance Values
Part Number
P0084UALxx
P0304UALxx
P0644UALxx
P0724UALxx
P0904UALxx
P1104UALxx
P1304UALxx
P1504UALxx
P1804UALxx
P2304UALxx
P2604UALxx
P3104UALxx
P3504UALxx
P0084UCLxx
P0304UCLxx
P0644UCLxx
P0724UCLxx
P0904UCLxx
P1104UCLxx
P1304UCLxx
P1504UCLxx
P1804UCLxx
P2604UCLxx
P3104UCLxx
P3504UCLxx
Pin 1-2 / 3-2 (4-5 / 6-5)
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
pF min
25
15
40
35
35
30
25
25
25
25
20
20
20
35
25
55
50
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
25
pF max
155
140
60
60
55
50
45
40
35
35
35
35
35
285
250
155
145
135
115
105
95
90
85
80
75
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Pin 1-3 (4-6)
Tip-Ring
pF min
15
10
20
20
20
15
15
15
10
10
10
10
10
20
10
30
25
25
25
20
20
15
15
15
15
pF max
90
90
35
35
30
30
25
25
20
20
20
20
20
165
145
90
85
80
65
60
55
50
50
45
45
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Pins 1-2, 3-2,
4-5, 6-5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
IH
IS
IT
Capacitance
mA min mA max A max
150
150
150
150
150
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
See
Capacitance
Values Table
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
1
1
ITSM
di/dt
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
50/60 Hz
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A/μs max
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
60
°C/W
Modified MS-013
6
5
4
1
2
3
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
VDRM
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
IH
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
2
0
-4
-6
-8
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-40
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Body Material
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 4 U x L xx
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
PACKING OPTIONS
Part Marking Code
XXXXXXX
RoHS COMPLIANT
Date Code
XXXXX
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Dimensions — MS-013
Inches
Millimeters
Dimensions
0.065
(1.65)
Pad Outline
C
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
BSC*
0.460
(11.68)
0.138
(3.50)
Dimension are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.059
(1.50)
E
D
7º TYP
J
7º TYP
A
G
Burr Side
H
96º
A
Mold Split
Line
4º
A
7º TYP
BSC*
F
7º TYP
MIN Length
of Flat
Detail A
K
B
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.360
0.352
0.400
0.043
0.047
0.293
0.289
0.089
0.041
0.020
0.133
0.364
0.356
0.412
0.045
0.055
0.297
0.293
0.093
0.049
--0.143
9.14
8.94
10.16
1.09
1.19
7.44
7.34
2.26
1.04
0.51
3.38
9.25
9.04
10.46
1.13
1.40
7.54
7.44
2.36
1.24
--3.63
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tape and Reel Pack
1500
RP
EIA-481-D
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tube Pack
500
(50 per tube)
TP
N/A
U
Tape and Reel Specification — MS-013
.157
(4.0)
.630
(16.0)
.472
(12.0)
12.99
(330)
.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
0.700
(17.8)
Direction of Feed
Tube Pack Specification — MS-013
essa e ocation
.045
(1.14)
.310
(7.87)
0˚
.165
(4.1 )
6
nterior o t e Tube
.150
(3.81)
.225
(5.72)
.525
(13.34)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
.020 .005
(0.51 0.13)
.108
(2.74)
A
T
.
20.000
(508.00
.005 A
.110
(2.7 )
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
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.030
0.76)
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
SIDACtor® Balanced Series - MS-013
Description
The SIDACtor® Balanced Series MS-013 are designed to
protect baseband equipment from overvoltage transients.
5IFQBUFOUFEi:wDPOmHVSBUJPOFOTVSFTCBMBODFE
overvoltage protection.
The series provides a single port surface mount solution
that enables voice through DS-1 equipment to comply with
various global requlatory standards.
Features and Benefits
t Balanced overvoltage
protection
Agency Approvals
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low voltage overshoot
Agency
Agency File Number
t Low on-state voltage
E133083
t Does not degrade with
use
t Replaces three discrete
devices
t Meets UL/IEC 60950-1
creepage and clearance
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
1
6
2
5
3
4
Schematic Symbol
1
6
2
5
3
4
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Electrical Characteristics
Part
Number
Part
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
V min
V max
Pins 1 & 6-3, 1 & 6-4
P1553UALxx
P1803UALxx
P2103UALxx
P2353UALxx
P2703UALxx
P3203UALxx
P3403UALxx
P5103UALxx
P1553UA
P1803UA
P2103UA
P2353UA
P2703UA
P3203UA
P3403UA
P5103UA
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
VT
IS
IT
IH
V max
mA max
A max
mA min
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
Capacitance
Pins 3-4
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
See
Capacitance
Values table
Table continues on next page.
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA$VOMFTTPUIFSXJTFOPUFE
- Devices are bi-directional.
- XX = Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
Part
Number
Part
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
V min
V max
Pins 1 & 6-3, 1 & 6-4
P1553UBLxx
P1803UBLxx
P2103UBLxx
P2353UBLxx
P2703UBLxx
P3203UBLxx
P3403UBLxx
P5103UBLxx
P1553UCLxx
P1803UCLxx
P2103UCLxx
P2353UCLxx
P2703UCLxx
P3203UCLxx
P3403UCLxx
P5103UCLxx
P1553UB
P1803UB
P2103UB
P2353UB
P2703UB
P3203UB
P3403UB
P5103UB
P1553UC
P1803UC
P2103UC
P2353UC
P2703UC
P3203UC
P3403UC
P5103UC
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
VT
IS
IT
IH
V max
mA max
A max
mA min
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
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
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
Capacitance
Pins 3-4
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
Capacitance Values
Part Number
P1553UALxx
P1803UALxx
P2103UALxx
P2353UALxx
P2703UALxx
P3203UALxx
P3403UALxx
P5103UALxx
P1553UBLxx
P1803UBLxx
P2103UBLxx
P2353UBLxx
P2703UBLxx
P3203UBLxx
P3403UBLxx
P5103UBLxx
P1553UCLxx
P1803UCLxx
P2103UCLxx
P2353UCLxx
P2703UCLxx
P3203UCLxx
P3403UCLxx
P5103UCLxx
Pin 3-4
Tip-Ring
pF min
20
20
15
15
15
15
15
10
25
25
20
20
20
20
15
15
30
30
30
25
25
25
20
20
pF max
95
85
85
75
75
70
65
60
95
85
85
75
75
70
65
60
95
85
85
75
75
70
65
60
Pins 1 & 6-3, 1 & 6-4
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
pF min
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
10
10
10
10
20
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
pF max
60
55
55
50
50
45
45
40
60
55
55
50
50
45
45
40
60
55
55
50
50
45
45
40
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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See
Capacitance
Values table
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/ μs max
45
75
20
500
125
80
100
25
500
175
100
200
50
500
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
B
25
250
250
150
100
100
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPGUP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
60
°C/W
Modified MS-013
6
5
4
1
2
3
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
100
ulse Current
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
-20
150
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160
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Body Material
Part Marking
Part Marking Code
XXXXXXX
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
XXXXX
Part Numbering
Packing Options
P xxx 3 U x L xx
TYPE
P: SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
PACKING OPTIONS
Package
Type
RP: Reel Pack
TP: Tube Pack
RoHS COMPLIANT
IPP RATING
U
Quantity
Added
Suffix
Industry
Standard
Modified MS-013
6-pin Tape and
Reel Pack
1500
RP
EIA-481-D
TP
N/A
Modified MS-013
500
6-pin Tube Pack (50 per tube)
PACKAGE TYPE
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Description
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Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Dimensions — MS-013
Inches
Millimeters
Dimensions
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
BSC*
0.065
(1.65)
Pad Outline
C
0.460
(11.68)
0.138
(3.50)
Dimension are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.059
(1.50)
E
D
7º TYP
J
7º TYP
A
G
H
Burr Side
96º
A
Mold Split
Line
4º
A
7º TYP
BSC*
F
7º TYP
MIN Length
of Flat
Detail A
K
B
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.360
0.352
0.400
0.043
0.047
0.293
0.289
0.089
0.041
0.020
0.133
0.364
0.356
0.412
0.045
0.055
0.297
0.293
0.093
0.049
9.14
8.94
10.16
1.09
1.19
7.44
7.34
2.26
1.04
0.51
3.38
9.25
9.04
10.46
1.13
1.40
7.54
7.44
2.36
1.24
0.143
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Tape and Reel Specification — MS-013
.157
(4.0)
.630
(16.0)
.472
(12.0)
12.99
(330)
.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
0.700
(17.8)
Direction of Feed
Tube Pack Specification — MS-013
essa e ocation
.045
(1.14)
.310
(7.87)
0˚
.165
(4.1 )
6
nterior o t e Tube
.150
(3.81)
.225
(5.72)
.525
(13.34)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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.020 .005
(0.51 0.13)
.108
(2.74)
A
T
.
20.000
(508.00
.005 A
.110
(2.7 )
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
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.030
0.76)
3.63
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
SIDACtor® Balanced Multiport Series - MS-013
Description
SIDACtor® Balanced Multiport Series MS-013 are designed
to protect baseband equipment from overvoltage
USBOTJFOUT5IFQBUFOUFEi:wDPOmHVSBUJPOFOTVSFT
balanced overvoltage protection.
The series provides a dual port surface mount solution that
enables voice through DS-1 equipment to comply with
various global regulatory standards.
Features and Benefits
t Replaces six discrete
devices
t Low voltage overshoot
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
Agency
Agency File Number
E133083
t Does not degrade with
use
t Balanced overvoltage
protection
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Meets UL/IEC 60950-1
creepage and clearance
t Two-port protection
t Low Capacitance
Pinout Designation
1
6
2
5
3
Applicable Global Standards
4
Schematic Diagram
1
6
2
5
3
4
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
*A/B-rated parts require series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
VS
VDRM
VS
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
V min
V max
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 4-5, 6-5
A2106UA6Lxx
A5030UA6Lxx
A2106UB6Lxx
A5030UB6Lxx
A2106UC6Lxx
A5030UC6Lxx
P1556UALxx
P1806UALxx
P2106UALxx
P2356UALxx
P2706UALxx
P3206UALxx
P3406UALxx
A2106UA6
A5030UA6
A2106UB6
A5030UB6
A2106UC6
A5030UC6
P1556UA
P1806UA
P2106UA
P2356UA
P2706UA
P3206UA
P3406UA
170
400
170
400
170
400
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
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250
550
250
550
250
550
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
V min
V max
Pins 1-3, 4-6
50
270
50
270
50
270
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
80
340
80
340
80
340
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
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VT
@IT=2.2 A
V max
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 4-5, 6-5
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
IH
IS
IT
mA
min
mA
max
A
max
Capacitance
120 800 2.2
150 800 2.2
120 800 2.2
150 800 2.2
120 800 2.2
150 800 2.2
See
150 800 2.2
Capacitance
Values Table
150 800 2.2
150 800 2.2
150 800 2.2
150 800 2.2
150 800 2.2
150 800 2.2
Table continues on next page.
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
Part Number
VS
VDRM
VS
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
Marking
V min
V max
V min
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 4-5, 6-5
P5106UALxx
P1556UBLxx
P1806UBLxx
P2106UBLxx
P2356UBLxx
P2706UBLxx
P3206UBLxx
P3406UBLxx
P5106UBLxx
P1556UCLxx
P1806UCLxx
P2106UCLxx
P2356UCLxx
P2706UCLxx
P3206UCLxx
P3406UCLxx
P5106UCLxx
P5106UA
P1556UB
P1806UB
P2106UB
P2356UB
P2706UB
P3206UB
P3406UB
P5106UB
P1556UC
P1806UC
P2106UC
P2356UC
P2706UC
P3206UC
P3406UC
P5106UC
420
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
VT
@IT=2.2 A
IS
IT
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 4-5, 6-5
mA
min
mA
max
A
max
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
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
V max
V max
Pins 1-3, 4-6
600
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
IH
420
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
600
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
Capacitance
See
Capacitance
Values Table
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (some are asymmetrical).
- XX = Part Number Suffix: ‘TP’ (Tube Pack) or ‘RP’ (Reel Pack).
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
75
20
500
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
A
1
B
25
250
250
150
100
100
125
80
100
25
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPGUP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Modified MS-013
6
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
60
°C/W
5
4
2
3
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Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Capacitance Values
A2106UA6Lxx
A5030UA6Lxx
A2106UB6Lxx
A5030UB6Lxx
A2106UC6Lxx
A5030UC6Lxx
P1556UALxx
P1806UALxx
P2106UALxx
P2356UALxx
P2706UALxx
P3206UALxx
P3406UALxx
P5106UALxx
P1556UBLxx
P1806UBLxx
P2106UBLxx
P2356UBLxx
P2706UBLxx
P3206UBLxx
P3406UBLxx
P5106UBLxx
P1556UCLxx
P1806UCLxx
P2106UCLxx
P2356UCLxx
P2706UCLxx
P3206UCLxx
P3406UCLxx
P5106UCLxx
pF
Pin 1-2 / 3-2 (4-5 / 6-5)
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
MIN
20
15
20
15
20
25
20
20
15
15
15
15
15
10
20
20
15
15
15
15
15
10
30
30
30
25
25
20
20
20
MAX
60
35
60
35
70
40
45
40
35
35
35
30
30
20
45
40
35
35
35
30
30
20
55
50
45
40
40
35
35
30
pF
Pin 1-3 (4-6)
Tip-Ring
MIN
10
10
10
10
10
20
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
20
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Reflow Condition
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
MAX
30
45
30
45
45
35
30
30
25
25
25
20
20
15
30
30
25
25
25
20
20
15
35
35
30
30
30
25
25
20
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Part Number
Soldering Parameters
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Environmental Specifications
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
Physical Specifications
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VDRM
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
IH
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 6 U x L xx
PACKING OPTIONS
RP: Reel Pack
TP: Tube Pack
TYPE
P: SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
Part Marking Code
XXXXXXX
Date Code
RoHS COMPLIANT
XXXXX
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
A xxxxU x 6 L xx
TYPE
A: Asymmetrical
SIDACtor
PACKING OPTIONS
RP: Reel Pack
TP: Tube Pack
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
RoHS COMPLIANT
PACKAGE TYPE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
IPP RATING
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(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
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Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Dimensions — MS-013
Inches
Millimeters
Dimensions
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
BSC*
0.065
(1.65)
Pad Outline
C
0.460
(11.68)
0.138
(3.50)
Dimension are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.059
(1.50)
E
D
7º TYP
J
7º TYP
A
G
Burr Side
H
96º
A
Mold Split
Line
4º
A
7º TYP
BSC*
F
7º TYP
MIN Length
of Flat
Detail A
K
B
Min
Max
Min
Max
0.360
0.352
0.400
0.043
0.047
0.293
0.289
0.089
0.041
0.020
0.133
0.364
0.356
0.412
0.045
0.055
0.297
0.293
0.093
0.049
9.14
8.94
10.16
1.09
1.19
7.44
7.34
2.26
1.04
0.51
3.38
9.25
9.04
10.46
1.13
1.40
7.54
7.44
2.36
1.24
0.143
* BSC = Basic Spacing between Centers
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tape and Reel Pack
1500
RP
EIA-481-D
Modified MS-013 6-pin
Tube Pack
500
(50 per tube)
TP
N/A
U
Tape and Reel Specification — MS-013
.157
(4.0)
.630
(16.0)
.472
(12.0)
12.99
(330)
.512 (13.0) Arbor
Hole Dia.
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
0.700
(17.8)
Direction of Feed
Tube Pack Specification — MS-013
essa e ocation
.045
(1.14)
.310
(7.87)
0˚
.165
(4.1 )
6
nterior o t e Tube
.150
(3.81)
.225
(5.72)
.525
(13.34)
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
.020 .005
(0.51 0.13)
.108
(2.74)
A
T
.
20.000
(508.00
.005 A
.110
(2.7 )
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters)
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.030
0.76)
3.63
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
SIDACtor® Series - TO-92
Description
SIDACtor® Series TO-92 are designed to protect
baseband equipment such as modems, line cards, CPE
and DSL from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a robust through-hole solution that
enables equipment to comply with global regulatory
standards.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low on-state voltage
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Low Capacitance
Agency File Number
Applicable Global Standards
E133083
Pinout Designation
Pin 1
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
Pin 3
* A/B-rated parts require series resistance
Schematic Symbol
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
P0080EALxxx
P0300EALxxx
P0640EALxxx
P0720EALxxx
P0900EALxxx
P1100EALxxx
P1300EALxxx
P1500EALxxx
P1800EALxxx
P2300EALxxx
P2600EALxxx
P3100EALxxx
P3500EALxxx
P0080EA
P0300EA
P0640EA
P0720EA
P0900EA
P1100EA
P1300EA
P1500EA
P1800EA
P2300EA
P2600EA
P3100EA
P3500EA
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
IH
IS
mA min mA max
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
A max
V max
pF min pF max
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
25
15
40
35
35
30
25
25
25
25
20
20
20
150
140
60
60
55
50
45
40
35
35
35
35
35
Table continues on next page.
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Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
Part Number
Marking
P0080EBLxxx
P0300EBLxxx
P0640EBLxxx
P0720EBLxxx
P0900EBLxxx
P1100EBLxxx
P1300EBLxxx
P1500EBLxxx
P1800EBLxxx
P2300EBLxxx
P2600EBLxxx
P3100EBLxxx
P3500EBLxxx
P0080ECLxxx
P0300ECLxxx
P0640ECLxxx
P0720ECLxxx
P0900ECLxxx
P1100ECLxxx
P1300ECLxxx
P1500ECLxxx
P1800ECLxxx
P2300ECLxxx
P2600ECLxxx
P3100ECLxxx
P3500ECLxxx
P0080EB
P0300EB
P0640EB
P0720EB
P0900EB
P1100EB
P1300EB
P1500EB
P1800EB
P2300EB
P2600EB
P3100EB
P3500EB
P0080EC
P0300EC
P0640EC
P0720EC
P0900EC
P1100EC
P1300EC
P1500EC
P1800EC
P2300EC
P2600EC
P3100EC
P3500EC
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V Min
V Max
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
6
25
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
25
40
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
IH
mA Min mA Max
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
50
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
A Max
V Max
pF Min pF Max
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
IS
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
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
25
15
40
35
35
30
25
25
25
25
20
20
20
35
25
55
50
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
30
25
150
140
60
75
70
70
60
55
50
50
45
45
40
260
250
155
150
140
115
105
95
90
80
80
70
65
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
- xxx part number suffix: ‘AP’ = Ammo Pack, ‘RP1’ and ‘RP2’ = Reel Pack, blank = Bulk Pack
Series
Surge Ratings
IPP
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A/μs max
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
A
B
25
250
250
150
100
100
125
80
100
25
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
30
500
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
TO-92
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
90
°C/W
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
ea
alue
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
td
50
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
VS
0
td
tr
0
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
IH
10
8
6
25 °C
4
1.8
IH (TC = 25ºC)
12
1.6
1.4
2
0
-4
25°C
1.2
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
14
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
TS(min)
Preheat
tS
25
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(t 25ºC to peak)
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Time
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Body Material
Part Marking
Part Numbering
P xxx 0 E x L xxx
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
PACKING OPTIONS
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
RoHS COMPLIANT
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
IPP RATING
XXXXXXX
XX
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
XXXXX
PACKAGE TYPE
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Packing Options
Quantity
Added Suffix
Lead Spacing
RP1
0.1 inch (2.54mm)
RP2
0.2 inch (5.08mm)
TO-92 Tape and Reel Pack
E
Industry Standard
EIA-481-D
2000
TO-92 Ammo Pack
AP
EIA-468-B
TO-92 Bulk Pack
N/A
N/A
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Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Dimensions — TO-92
Ammo Pack Specification — TO-92
Temperature
Measurement Point
Inches
A
N
B
MT1/PIN 1
MT2/PIN 3
E
Max
Min
Max
0.176
0.196
4.47
4.98
B
0.500
D
0.095
E
0.150
0.02 (0.5)
1.62 0.236
(41.2) (6.0)
MAX
0.708
(18.0) 0.354
(9.0)
12.70
0.105
2.41
2.67
G
0.135
0.145
3.43
3.68
H
0.088
0.096
2.23
2.44
K
J
The TO-92 is designed to meet
mechanical standards as set forth
in JEDEC publication number 95.
1.27
(32.2)
0.157 DIA
(4.0)
J
0.176
0.186
4.47
4.73
K
0.088
0.096
2.23
2.44
L
0.013
0.019
0.33
0.48
M
0.013
0.017
0.33
0.43
0.20 (5.08)
Flat down
ed
n of Fe
Directio
25 Devices per fold
1.7
(43)
1.52
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
All leads are insulated from case. Case is electrically non-conductive. (Rated at 1600 V(AC) RMS for
one minute from leads to case over the operating
temperature range.)
D
0.125 (3.2) MAX
0.50
(12.7)
3.81
0.60
0.25
(6.35)
0.50
(12.7)
G
H
L
Min
A
N
M
Millimeters
6.9
(175)
Mold flash shall not exceed 0.13 mm per side.
1.7
(43)
12.9
(327)
Tape and Reel Specification — TO-92
FLAT SIDE
OF TO-92
Inches
A
A
D
W1
C
B
P
H1
H
W3
Millimeters
Dimensions
ROUND SIDE
OF TO-92
(RP1)
W4
(RP2)
W2
W
P0
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F
F
Min
Max
Min
Max
N/A
14.173
N/A
360.0
B
4.016
N/A
102.0
N/A
C
3.386
N/A
86.0
N/A
D
0.795
N/A
20.2
N/A
W1
1.181
1.968
30.0
50.0
P
0.496
0.504
12.60
12.80
P0
0.498
0.502
12.65
12.75
F(for RP1)
0.090
0.110
2.29
2.80
F(for RP2)
0.182
0.244
4.63
6.19
H
N/A
1.673
N/A
42.50
H1
N/A
1.270
N/A
32.26
W
0.674
0.763
17.12
19.38
W2
0.354
0.370
8.25
9.75
W3
0.236
N/A
6.00
N/A
W4
0.020
N/A
0.50
N/A
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
SIDACtor® Series - DO-15
Description
The SIDACtor Series DO-15 are designed to protect
baseband equipment such as modems, line cards, CPE
and DSL from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a cost-effective through-hole solution
that enables equipment to comply with global regulatory
standards.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Does not degrade with
use
t Low Capacitance
Agency File Number
E133083
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
Not Applicable
Schematic Symbol
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
* A/B-rated parts require series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P1100GALRP
P1300GALRP
P1500GALRP
P1800GALRP
P2300GALRP
P2600GALRP
P3100GALRP
P3500GALRP
P1100GBLRP
P1300GBLRP
P1500GBLRP
P1800GBLRP
P2300GBLRP
P2600GBLRP
P3100GBLRP
P3500GBLRP
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
P11A
P13A
P15A
P18A
P23A
P26A
P31A
P35A
P11B
P13B
P15B
P18B
P23B
P26B
P31B
P35B
V min
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
V max
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
IH
mA min mA max
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
150
800
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional.
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IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amps
A max
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
V max
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
pF min
30
25
25
25
25
25
20
20
30
25
25
25
25
25
20
20
pF max
60
40
40
40
30
30
30
30
60
40
40
40
30
30
30
30
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Surge Ratings
ITSM
IPP
1
1
10x560
10x560 2
10x1000
10x1000 2
50 / 60 Hz
Amps min
Amps min
Amps min
A
50
45
20
B
100
80
25
Series
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPGUP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
DO-15
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
60
°C/W
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
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Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
TS(min)
Preheat
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Marking
Part Marking Code
Pxxxx
XXXXX
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
Part Numbering
P xxx 0 G x L RP
REEL PACK
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
Packing Options
RoHS COMPLIANT
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
IPP RATING
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
Package
Type
Description
Quantity
Added
Suffix
Industry
Standard
G
DO-15 Axial
Tape & Reel
5000
RP
EIA-RS296-D
PACKAGE TYPE
Dimensions — DO-15
Dimension
D
B
B
L
G
L
Inches
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
0.028
0.034
0.711
0.864
D
0.12
0.14
3.048
3.556
G
0.235
0.27
5.969
6.858
L
1
25.4
Tape and Reel Specification — DO-15
Spacing
off center,
either side
0.039 (1.0)
A
2.55
(64.8)
B TYP
C
D
E
Symbols
Description
Inches
MM
A
Component Spacing
(lead to lead)
œw
5.08 ± 0.508
B
C
D
E
F
G
Inner Tape Pitch
Tape Width
Max. Off Alignment
Reel Dimension
Max. Hub Recess
Max. Abor Hole
œw
w
w
w
w
w
52.37 ± 1.498
6.35
1.219
330.2
76.19
17.27
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
3.15
(80.0)
TYP
recess depth max 0.75”
G
F
Direction of Feed
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
SIDACtor® Series - Modified TO-220
Description
The SIDACtor® Series Modified TO-220 are designed to
protect baseband equipment from damaging overvoltage
transients.
The series provides a robust single port through-hole
solution that enables voice though DS-1 equipment to
comply with various global regulatory standards.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
Agency
Agency File Number
t Does not degrade with
use
t Single-port protection
t Modified TO-220 Package
t Lead forms available
E133083
Applicable Global Standards
Pinout Designation
t5*""
t(3*OUSBCVJMEJOH
t5*"#
t*&$
t*56,&OIBODFE
Level*
t:%5
t:%5
t*56,#BTJD-FWFM
1
3
t:%5
t(3*OUFSCVJMEJOH
2
*A/B-rated parts require series resistance
Schematic Symbol
1
(T)
3
2
( )
(R)
Electrical Characteristics
VDRM
VS
VDRM
VS
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
Part Number
Marking
V min
V max
V min
Pins 1-2, 3-2
P0602AALxx
P1402AALxx
P1602AALxx
P2202AALxx
P2702AALxx
P3002AALxx
P3602AALxx
P4202AALxx
P4802AALxx
P6002AALxx
P0602AA
P1402AA
P1602AA
P2202AA
P2702AA
P3002AA
P3602AA
P4202AA
P4802AA
P6002AA
25
58
65
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
40
77
95
130
160
180
220
250
300
350
V max
Pins 1-3
50
116
130
180
240
280
340
380
440
550
80
154
190
260
320
360
440
500
600
700
VT
@IT=2.2 A
IS
Pins 1-2, 3-2
mA
min
mA
max
A
pF min pf max
max
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2 See Capacitance
Values Table
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
V max
IT
Capacitance
IH
@1MHz, 2V bias
Table continues on next page.
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Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
Part Number
Marking
VDRM
VS
VDRM
VS
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
V min
V max
V min
Pins 1-2, 3-2
P0602ABLxx
P1402ABLxx
P1602ABLxx
P2202ABLxx
P2702ABLxx
P3002ABLxx
P3602ABLxx
P4202ABLxx
P4802ABLxx
P6002ABLxx
P0602ACLxx
P1402ACLxx
P1602ACLxx
P2202ACLxx
P2702ACLxx
P3002ACLxx
P3602ACLxx
P4202ACLxx
P4802ACLxx
P6002ACLxx
P0602AB
P1402AB
P1602AB
P2202AB
P2702AB
P3002AB
P3602AB
P4202AB
P4802AB
P6002AB
P0602AC
P1402AC
P1602AC
P2202AC
P2702AC
P3002AC
P3602AC
P4202AC
P4802AC
P6002AC
25
58
65
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
25
58
65
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
40
77
95
130
160
180
220
250
300
350
40
77
95
130
160
180
220
250
300
350
V max
Pins 1-3
50
116
130
180
240
280
340
380
440
550
50
116
130
180
240
280
340
380
440
550
80
154
190
260
320
360
440
500
600
700
80
154
190
260
320
360
440
500
600
700
VT
@IT=2.2 A
IH
IS
IT
Pins 1-2, 3-2
mA
min
mA
max
A
max
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
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
V max
Capacitance
See
Capacitance
Values Table
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
- XX Part Number Suffix: ‘RP’ (Reel Pack), Blank (Bulk Pack), or ‘60’ (Type 60 lead form bulk pack)
Capacitance Values
Part Number
P0602AALxx
P1402AALxx
P1602AALxx
P2202AALxx
P2702AALxx
P3002AALxx
P3602AALxx
P4202AALxx
P4802AALxx
P6002AALxx
P0602ABLxx
P1402ABLxx
P1602ABLxx
P2202ABLxx
P2702ABLxx
P3002ABLxx
P3602ABLxx
P4202ABLxx
P4802ABLxx
P6002ABLxx
pF
Pin 1-2, 3-2
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
MIN
MAX
15
145
40
60
35
60
30
50
25
45
25
40
25
35
25
35
20
35
20
35
15
250
40
155
35
145
30
115
25
105
25
95
25
90
25
85
20
85
20
80
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pF
Pin 1-3
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
10
90
20
35
20
35
15
30
15
25
15
25
10
20
10
20
10
20
10
20
10
145
20
90
20
85
15
65
15
60
15
55
10
50
10
50
10
50
10
45
Part Number
P0602ACLxx
P1402ACLxx
P1602ACLxx
P2202ACLxx
P2702ACLxx
P3002ACLxx
P3602ACLxx
P4202ACLxx
P4802ACLxx
P6002ACLxx
pF
Pin 1-2, 3-2
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
pF
Pin 1-3
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
25
55
45
45
40
35
35
30
30
30
250
155
145
115
105
95
90
85
85
80
10
30
25
25
20
20
15
15
15
15
145
90
85
65
60
55
50
50
50
45
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
C
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
A
B
1
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
25
50
250
500
250
400
150
200
100
150
100
200
125
175
80
100
100
200
25
50
500
500
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Modified
TO-220
1
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
60
°C/W
R0JA
3
2
Parameter
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
100
ulse Current
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
a e orm
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
VDRM
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
t
Time ( s)
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
12
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
Ratio of
2
IH (TC = 25ºC)
14
Percent of VS Change – %
td
tr
0
-4
-6
-8
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-40
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx 2 A x L xx
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
PACKAGE TYPE
XXXXXXXXX
Blank: Bulk
RP: Reel Pack
60: Type 60 Lead Form
(Special order item.
For type 60 orders,
contact factory)
xxxxx
RoHS COMPLIANT
IPP RATING
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Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
PACKING OPTIONS
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Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Dimensions - Modified TO-220
Tape and Reel Specification — Modified TO-220
Inches
A
Min
Max
Min
A
0.400
0.410
10.16 10.42
D
0.360
0.375
9.14
9.53
F
0.110
0.130
2.80
3.30
G
0.540
0.575
13.71 14.61
H
0.025
0.035
0.63
0.89
D
T
M
P
G
P
PIN 3
PIN 2
PIN 1
L
M
K
H
N
J
The modified TO-220 package is designed to
meet mechanical standards as set forth in
JEDEC publication number 95.
Millimeters
0.240
(6.10)
Max
J
0.195
0.205
4.95
5.21
K
0.095
0.105
2.41
2.67
L
0.060
0.075
1.52
1.90
M
0.070
0.085
1.78
2.16
N
O
P
0.018
0.024
0.46
0.61
0.178
0.290
0.188
0.310
4.52
7.37
4.78
7.87
0.019
(0.5)
1.626
(41.15)
0.750 ± 0.010
(19.05 ± 0.25)
0.720
(18.29)
0.360
(9.14)
A
0.100
(2.54)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
1.968
(50.0)
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry
Standard
Modified TO-220
Tape and Reel Pack
700
RP
EIA-468-B
Modified TO-220
Bulk Pack
500
N/A
N/A
Modified TO-220
Type 60 Lead Form
Bulk Pack
500
60
(special order item,
contact factory for details)
N/A
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0.100
(2.54)
14.173 (360.0)
Packing Options
Package
Type
0.500
(12.7)
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
SIDACtor Balanced Series - Modified TO-220
Description
The SIDACtor® Balanced Series are designed to protect
baseband equipment from damaging overvoltage
USBOTJFOUT5IFQBUFOUFEi:wDPOmHVSBUJPOBMTPFOTVSFT
balanced overvoltage protection.
The series provides a single port through-hole solution that
enables voice through DS-1 equipment to comply with
various global requlatory standards.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Low Capacitance
Agency Approvals
t Low on-state voltage
Agency
t Does not degrade with
use
t Balanced overvoltage
protection
Agency File Number
t Single port protection
t Custom lead forms
available
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
E133083
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
1
3
2
Schematic Symbol
1
3
(T)
(R)
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
*A/B-rated parts require series resistance
2
(G)
Electrical Characteristics
VS
VDRM
VS
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
Part Number
Marking
V min
V max
V min
Pins 1-2, 3-2
V max
Pins 1-3
IS
IT
mA
min
mA
max
A
max
V max
8
P1553AALxx
P1553AA
130
180
130
180
150
800
2.2
P1803AALxx
P1803AA
150
210
150
210
150
800
2.2
P2103AALxx
P2353AALxx
P2703AALxx
P3203AALxx
P3403AALxx
P5103AALxx
P1553ABLxx
P1803ABLxx
P2103ABLxx
P2103AA
P2353AA
P2703AA
P3203AA
P3403AA
P5103AA
P1553AB
P1803AB
P2103AB
170
200
230
270
300
420
130
150
170
250
270
300
350
400
600
180
210
250
170
200
230
270
300
420
130
150
170
250
270
300
350
400
600
180
210
250
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
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IH
Capacitance
8
8
8
8
See
Capacitance
8
Values table
8
8
8
8
8
Table continues on next page.
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Part Number
Marking
VS
VDRM
VS
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
V min
V max
V min
Pins 1-2, 3-2
P2353ABLxx
P2703ABLxx
P3203ABLxx
P3403ABLxx
P5103ABLxx
P1553ACLxx
P1803ACLxx
P2103ACLxx
P2353ACLxx
P2703ACLxx
P3203ACLxx
P3403ACLxx
P5103ACLxx
P2353AB
P2703AB
P3203AB
P3403AB
P5103AB
P1553AC
P1803AC
P2103AC
P2353AC
P2703AC
P3203AC
P3403AC
P5103AC
200
230
270
300
420
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
V max
Pins 1-3
270
300
350
400
600
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
200
230
270
300
420
130
150
170
200
230
270
300
420
270
300
350
400
600
180
210
250
270
300
350
400
600
IH
IS
IT
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mA
min
mA
max
A
max
V max
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
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
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Capacitance
See
Capacitance
Values table
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC.
- Devices are bi-directional.
- XX Part Number Suffix: ‘RP’ (Reel Pack), Blank (Bulk Pack), or ‘60’ (Type 60 lead form, Bulk Pack)
Capacitance Values
Part Number
P1553AALxx
P1803AALxx
P2103AALxx
P2353AALxx
P2703AALxx
P3203AALxx
P3403AALxx
P5103AALxx
P1553ABLxx
P1803ABLxx
P2103ABLxx
P2353ABLxx
pF
Pin 1-2 / 3-2
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
MIN
MAX
10
45
20
40
15
35
15
35
15
35
15
30
15
30
10
60
25
95
25
85
20
85
20
75
pF
Pin 1-2 / 3-2
Part Number Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
pF
Pin 1-3
Tip-Ring
MIN
MAX
10
30
10
30
10
25
10
25
10
25
10
20
10
20
10
40
15
60
15
55
10
55
15
50
P2703ABLxx
P3203ABLxx
P3403ABLxx
P5103ABLxx
P1553ACLxx
P1803ACLxx
P2103ACLxx
P2353ACLxx
P2703ACLxx
P3203ACLxx
P3403ACLxx
P5103ACLxx
MIN
20
20
15
15
30
30
30
25
25
25
20
20
MAX
75
70
65
60
95
85
85
75
75
70
65
60
pF
Pin 1-3
Tip-Ring
MIN
10
10
10
10
20
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
MAX
50
45
45
40
60
55
55
50
50
45
45
40
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
1
1
1
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A
A min
A min
A/μs max
0.2x310
0.5x700 2
2x10
2x10 2
8x20
1.2x50 2
10x160
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A
20
150
150
90
50
75
75
45
75
20
500
B
25
250
250
150
100
100
125
80
100
25
500
C
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
200
50
500
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Modified
TO-220
1
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
50
°C/W
R0JA
3
2
Parameter
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
td
50
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
2.0
IH
10
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
14
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
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-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
TL
Temperature
Reflow Condition
tL
TS(max)
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Body Material
Part Marking
Part Numbering
P xxx 3 A x L xx
TYPE
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
PACKAGE TYPE
XXXXXXXXX
Blank: Bulk
RP: Reel Pack
60: Type 60 Lead Form
(for Type 60 orders, contact factory)
xxxxx
RoHS COMPLIANT
IPP RATING
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
PACKING STYLE
174
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Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Dimensions - Modified TO-220
Inches
A
T
M
Max
Min
A
0.400
0.410
10.16 10.42
D
0.360
0.375
9.14
9.53
F
0.110
0.130
2.80
3.30
G
0.540
0.575
13.71 14.61
H
0.025
0.035
0.63
0.89
P
P
PIN 3
PIN 2
PIN 1
M
H
J
0.195
0.205
4.95
5.21
0.095
0.105
2.41
2.67
L
0.060
0.075
1.52
1.90
M
0.070
0.085
1.78
2.16
N
O
P
0.018
0.024
0.46
0.61
0.178
0.290
0.188
0.310
4.52
7.37
4.78
7.87
N
J
The modified TO-220 package is designed to
meet mechanical standards as set forth in
JEDEC publication number 95.
0.240
(6.10)
Max
K
L
K
Millimeters
Min
D
G
Tape and Reel Specification — Modified TO-220
0.019
(0.5)
1.626
(41.15)
0.720
(18.29)
0.750 ± 0.010
(19.05 ± 0.25)
0.360
(9.14)
0.500
(12.7)
A
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
1.968
(50.0)
Description
Packaging
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Modified TO-220
Tape and Reel Pack
700
RP
EIA-468-B
Modified TO-220
Bulk Pack
500
N/A
(no suffix required)
EIA-468-B
Modified TO-220
Type 60 Lead Form
Bulk Pack
500
60
(special order item, contact
factory for details)
N/A
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0.100
(2.54)
14.173 (360.0)
Packing Options
Package
Type
0.100
(2.54)
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
T10A Series -
DO-15
Description
T10A Series are SIDACtor® devices designed protect
baseband equipment such as modems, line cards, CPE
and DSL from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a cost effective through-hole
solution that enables equipment to comply with global
regulatory standards.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low on-state voltage
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Low Capacitance
Agency File Number
Applicable Global Standards
E128662
Pinout Designation
Not Applicable
Schematic Symbol
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level*
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building*
*A-rated parts require series resistance
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
T10A060Bxx
T10A060Exx
T10A062xx
T10A068xx
T10A080Bxx
T10A080Exx
T10A100xx
T10A110Bxx
T10A110Exx
T10A120xx
T10A130xx
T10A140Bxx
T10A140Exx
T10A180xx
T10A180Bxx
T10A180Exx
T10A200xx
T10A220xx
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V Min
V Max
50
50
56
61
70
70
90
100
100
108
117
120
120
170
170
170
180
200
84
84
86
94
125
125
140
142
142
168
178
178
178
220
220
220
275
275
T10A060B
T10A060E
T10A062
T10A068
T10A080B
T10A080E
T10A100
T10A110B
T10A110E
T10A120
T10A130
T10A140B
T10A140E
T10A180
T10A180B
T10A180E
T10A200
T10A220
IH
IS
mA Min mA Max
120
180
150
150
120
180
150
120
180
150
150
120
180
150
120
180
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amp
Capacitance
@ 1MHz, 2V Bias
A Max
V Max
pF Typ
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
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
50
50
50
50
43
43
43
38
38
38
38
34
34
34
32
32
30
30
Table continues on next page.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Electrical Characteristics (continued)
Part Number
Marking
T10A220Bxx
T10A220Exx
T10A240xx
T10A270xx
T10A270Bxx
T10A270Exx
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V Min
V Max
200
200
216
245
245
245
275
275
330
370
370
370
T10A220B
T10A220E
T10A240
T10A270
T10A270B
T10A270E
IH
IS
mA Min mA Max
120
180
150
150
120
180
800
800
800
800
800
800
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amp
Capacitance
@ 1MHz, 2V Bias
A Max
V Max
pF Typ
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
30
30
30
30
30
30
Notes:
t"CTPMVUFNBYJNVNSBUJOHTNFBTVSFEBU5A= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
t%FWJDFTBSFCJEJSFDUJPOBMVOMFTTPUIFSXJTFOPUFE
tXX1BSU/VNCFS4VGmTiRPw3FFM1BDL
PSBlank (Bulk Pack)
Surge Ratings
IPP
Series
A
1
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
50
20
100
8x20
1.2x502
5x3101
10x7002
10x10001
10x10002
A min
A min
100
37.5
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
DO-15
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
120
°C/W
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
+V
VT
VDRM
a e orm
tr
td
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
-V
ea
alue
VS
0
0
-I
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tr
td
t
Time ( s)
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
10
1.8
1.6
1.4
2
0
-4
25°C
1.2
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
1.0
0.8
0.6
-6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Part Numbering
Part Marking
T10A xxx x xx
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
T10Axxxx
PACKING OPTIONS
Blank: Bulk
RP: Reel Pack
HOLDING CURRENT:
Blank: 150mA
B: 120mA
E: 180mA
XXXXX
TYPE
T10A = SIDACtor T10A series
Date Code
Dimensions — DO-15
B
L
Inches
Dimension
D
G
L
Millimeters
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
B
0.028
0.034
0.711
0.864
D
0.12
0.14
3.048
3.556
G
0.235
0.27
5.969
6.858
L
1
25.4
Packing Options
Package Type
Description
Packaging Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
DO-15 Tape and Reel Pack
1000
RP
EIA-RS-296-D
DO-15 Bulk Pack
500
N/A
N/A
T10A
Tape and Reel Specification— DO-15
Spacing
off center,
either side
0.039 (1.0)
A
2.55
(64.8)
B TYP
C
D
Symbols
Description
Inches
MM
A
Component Spacing
(lead to lead)
œw
5.08 ± 0.508
B
C
D
E
F
G
Inner Tape Pitch
Tape Width
Max. Off Alignment
Reel Dimension
Max. Hub Recess
Max. Abor Hole
œw
w
w
w
w
w
52.37 ± 1.498
6.35
1.219
330.2
76.19
17.27
E
Dimensions
are in inches
(and millimeters).
3.15
(80.0)
TYP
recess depth max 0.75”
G
F
Direction of Feed
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
T10B Series -
DO-201
Description
T10B Series are SIDACtor® devices designed protect
baseband equipment such as modems, line cards, CPE and
DSL from damaging overvoltage transients.
The series provides a robust and cost effective throughhole solution that enables equipment to comply with global
regulatory standards
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low on-state voltage
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency Approvals
Agency
t High Surge Current
Rating
Agency File Number
Applicable Global Standards
E128662
Pinout Designation
Not Applicable
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Schematic Symbol
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
T10B080Bxx
T10B110Bxx
T10B140Bxx
T10B180Bxx
T10B220Bxx
T10B270Bxx
T10B080Exx
T10B110Exx
T10B140Exx
T10B180Exx
T10B220Exx
T10B270Exx
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V Min
V Max
70
100
120
170
200
240
70
100
120
170
200
240
125
142
178
220
275
370
125
142
178
220
275
370
T10B080B
T10B110B
T10B140B
T10B180B
T10B220B
T10B270B
T10B080E
T10B110E
T10B140E
T10B180E
T10B220E
T10B270E
IH
mA Min mA Max
120
120
120
120
120
120
180
180
180
180
180
180
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
- XX Part Number Suffix: ‘RP’ (Reel Pack), Blank (Bulk Pack), or ‘60’ (Type 60 lead form, Bulk Pack)
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800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
IT
VT
@IT=2.2 Amp
Capacitance
@1MHZ, 2V Bias
A Max
V Max
pF
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
60
55
48
44
41
36
60
55
48
44
41
36
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Surge Ratings
IPP
Series
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
100
30
500
8x201
1.2x502
5x3101
10x7002
10x10001
10x10002
A min
A min
250
125
B
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
DO-201AD
TJ
TS
R0JA
Parameter
Value
Unit
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
120
°C/W
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
IDRM
-V
ea
alue
100
IS
IH
+V
VDRM
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
a e orm
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
IH
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
2
0
-4
-6
-8
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-40 -20
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-40
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Soldering Parameters
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Protection (Voice-DS1)
Part Numbering
Part Marking
T10B xxx x xx
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
Part Marking Code
Blank: Bulk Pack
RP: Reel Pack
HOLDING CURRENT
B: 120mA
E: 180mA
XXXXX
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
PACKING OPTIONS
T10Bxxxx
TYPE
T10B: SIDACtor T10B series
Date Code
Dimensions — DO-201AD
G
L
MAX
MIN
MAX
B
0.028
0.042
0.711
1.067
D
0.190
0.205
4.826
5.207
G
0.360
0.375
9.146
9.527
L
1
T10B
Description
DO-201AD Tape
and Reel Pack
DO-201AD Bulk
Pack
25.4
Tape and Reel Specification — DO-201AD
Packing Options
Package
Type
Millimeters
MIN
B
L
Inches
Dimension
D
Quantity
Added
Suffix
Industry
Standard
1000
RP
EIA-RS-296-D
500
N/A
N/A
Off Center
Both Side
0.84 (21.33)
2.55
64.8
2.0
50.8
0.35
8.99
0.085
21.6
0.24
6.1
D
2.7
68.6
Top View
Dimensions are in
inches/mm
Recess Depth Max. 0.75 (19.55)
86.36
3.4
14
355.6
Front View
0.6
15.24
Label
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
High Surge Current Series - DO-214
Description
The High Surge Current DO-214 Series are SIDACtor®
devices designed to protect equipment located in hostile
environments from overvoltage transients.
The series provides a 200A 10/1000 μs rated surface
mount solution that enables equipment to comply with
enhanced surge requirments now specified in regulatory
and customer requirements.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t 200A 10x1000 Surge
Rating
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
Agency
t 1000A 2x10 Surge
Rating
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency File Number
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
E133083
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
Not Applicable
Schematic Symbol
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P0080SDLRP
P0640SDLRP
P0720SDLRP
P0900SDLRP
P1100SDLRP
P1300SDLRP
P1500SDLRP
P1800SDLRP
P2300SDLRP
P2600SDLRP
P3100SDLRP
P3500SDLRP
Marking
P-8D
P06D
P07D
P09D
P11D
P13D
P15D
P18D
P23D
P26D
P31D
P35D
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
6
58
65
75
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
320
25
77
88
98
130
160
180
220
260
300
350
400
IH
IT**
mA min mA max A max
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are uni-directional
** Will meet 4.4A power cross requirement without fire hazard.
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800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
VT
@IT=2.2A
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
V max
pf min pF max
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
50
100
100
95
75
65
60
50
50
50
45
45
150
160
150
140
115
100
90
90
80
75
70
65
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Series
Surge Ratings
D
IPP
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
—
50
1000
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
—
1000
800
—
—
—
—
200
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
DO-214AA
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
90
°C/W
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
IH (TC = 25ºC)
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
2
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
-40
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
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-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
Part Marking
P xxx0 S DL RP
TYPE
P: SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
Pxxx
xxxxx
REEL PACK
RoHS COMPLIANT
IPP RATING
PACKAGE TYPE
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Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Dimensions — DO-214AA
Pad Outline
Case
Temperature
Measurement
Point
B
D
0.079
(2.0)
E
inch
(millimeter)
F
K
G
Min
Max
Min
Max
A
0.130
0.156
3.30
3.95
B
0.201
0.220
5.10
5.60
C
0.077
0.087
1.95
2.20
4.60
D
0.159
0.181
4.05
E
0.030
0.063
0.75
1.60
F
0.075
0.096
1.90
2.45
G
0.002
0.008
0.05
0.20
H
0.077
0.104
1.95
2.65
K
0.006
0.016
0.15
0.41
Packing Options
Package
Type
S
Description
Quantity
Added
Suffix
Industry
Standard
DO-214AA
Tape and Reel Pack
2500
RP
EIA-481-D
Tape and Reel Specification — DO-214AA
0.157
(4.0)
0.472
(12.0)
0.36
(9.2)
0.315
(8.0)
0.059 DIA
(1.5)
12.99
(330.0)
Cover tape
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
0.512 (13.0)
Arbor Hole Dia.
Direction of Feed
0.49
(12.4)
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Millimeters
Dimensions
0.110
(2.8)
C A
H
Inches
0.079
(2.0)
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
5kA Series - TO-218
Description
The 5kA Series are SIDACtor® devices designed to protect equipment located in high exposure environments
from severe overvoltage transients.
Packaged in a robust TO-218 package, the 5kA Series is
ideal for use in CATV amplifiers, Telecom Base Station
equipment and Cell Towers.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Rugged TO-218
package
t Low on-state voltage
Agency Approvals
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
rating
Agency File Number
E133083
t 5000A 8x20 μs surge
rating
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
2
1
2
3 ( o
Connection)
t TIA-968-A
t GR 1089 Intra-building
t TIA-968-B
t IEC 61000-4-5
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t YD/T 1082
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t YD/T 950
t YD/T 993
t GR 1089 Inter-building
Schematic Symbol
1
2
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
Marking
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA
VS
@100V/μs
V min
V max
IH
IS
IT
mA min mA max A max
VT
@IT=2.2 A
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
V max
pF min pF max
P1500MEL
P1500ME
140
180
50
800
2.2/25
4
400
650
P1900MEL
P1900ME
140
220
50
800
2.2/25
4
400
650
P2300MEL
P2300ME
180
260
50
800
2.2/25
4
350
600
Notes:
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
- IT is a free air rating and heat sink is at 25A
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Surge Ratings
IPP
Series
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
5000
400
630
8x20 1.2x50
E
Notes:
ITSM
50 / 60 Hz
1
2
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Conditions
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJØ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
TC
Maximum Case Temperature
100
°C
R0JC*
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Case
1.7
°C/W
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
56
°C/W
TO-218
2
1
2
3 ( o
Connection)
*R0JC rating assumes the use of a heat sink and on state mode for extended time at 25 A, with average power dissipation of 29.125 W.
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
2
IH (TC = 25ºC)
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
0
-4
-6
-8
-40 -20
0
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-40
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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1.8
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Marking
Part Numbering
P xxx 0 ME L
TYPE
P: SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
RoHS COMPLIANT
XXXXXXX
IPP RATING
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
xxxxx
CONSTRUCTION VARIABLE
PACKAGE TYPE
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Part Number Code
190
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Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Dimensions — TO-218
TC Measurement Point
U DIA.
B
Inches
C
Tab is
connected to
PIN 2
D
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
R
U
W
A
F
E
W
PIN 3
J
P
PIN 1
H
M
Q
PIN 2
R
G
N 3 Times
K
L
Notes:
t
t
t
t
Mold flash shall not exceed 0.13 mm per side.
Maximum torque to be applied to mounting tab is 8 in-lbs. (0.904 Nm).
Pin 3 has no connection.
Tab is non-isolated (connects to middle pin).
Packing Options
Package
Type
M
Description
Packing Options
Quantity
250(25 per
TO-218 (ME)
tube/10 tubes per
Tube Pack
box)
Added
Suffix
Industry
Standard
N/A
N/A
Tube Pack Specification — TO-218
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Millimeters
Dimensions
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Min
Max
Min
Max
0.810
0.610
0.178
0.055
0.487
0.635
0.022
0.075
0.575
0.211
0.422
0.058
0.045
0.095
0.008
0.161
0.085
0.835
0.630
0.188
0.070
0.497
0.655
0.029
0.095
0.625
0.219
0.437
0.068
0.055
0.115
0.016
0.165
0.095
20.57
15.49
4.52
1.40
12.37
16.13
0.56
1.91
14.61
5.36
10.72
1,47
1.14
2.41
0.20
4.1
2.17
21.21
16.00
4.78
1.78
12.62
16.64
0.74
2.41
15.88
5.56
11.10
6.73
1.40
2.92
0.41
4.2
2.42
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Primary Protection Series - Cell
Description
The Primary Protection Cell Series are SIDACtor®
overvoltage protection devices designed for use in
primary protection modules.
Some of the series provides a single line overvoltage
solution for primary protection modules required to
meet the harsh requirements of GR-974.
Features and Benefits
t Low voltage overshoot
t Low on-state voltage
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency Approvals
Agency
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Low capacitance
Agency File Number
Applicable Global Standards
E133083
Pinout Designation
Not Applicable
t TIA-968-B
t YD/T 993
t GR-974
t YD/T 950
t ITU K.20/21 Enhanced
Level
t UL 497B Component
Level
t ITU K.20/21 Basic Level
t UL 497 Module Level
(GR-974 compliant
devices)
t YD/T 1082
Schematic Symbol
Electrical Characteristics
Part
Number
P-T100-008 *
P-T100-030 *
P-T100-064 *
P-T100-090 *
P-T100-150 *
P-T100-230 *
P-T100-260
P-T100-310
P-T100-350
[email protected] = 5 μA
V min
[email protected] V / μs
V max
[email protected] = 2.2A
V max
IS
mA max
IT
A max
IH
mA min
6
25
58
75
140
190
220
280
320
25
40
77
98
180
260
290
350
400
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
50
120
150
150
150
150
260
260
260
t"CTPMVUFNBYJNVNSBUJOHTNFBTVSFEBU5A$VOMFTTPUIFSXJTFOPUFE
tDevices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
t*PPSBUJOHBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$BOEHVBSBOUFFEGPSUIFMJGFPGUIFQSPEVDU
t1FBLQVMTFDVSSFOUSBUJOH*PP) is repetitive.
t*T is a free air rating and heat sink is at 25°C.
t1BSU/VNCFSXJUIBTUFSJTL
BSFOPODPNQMJBOUUP(3
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
200
50
500
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
50
200
150
200
175
100
C
Notes:
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
UP
°C
Cell
TS
Storage Temperature Range
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
ulse Current
100
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
a e orm
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
8
6
25 °C
4
2
IH (TC = 25ºC)
IH
10
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
2.0
14
12
0
-4
-6
-8
-40 -20
0
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
-40
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
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1.8
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Terminal Material
Copper Alloy
Environmental Specifications
Terminal Finish
Nickel Plated
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC 1FBL
¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/
JEDEC, JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST
EIA/JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST
EIA/JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Part Marking
NOT APPLICABLE
Dimensions — Cell
Dimensions are in inches.
Sealant
0.034
± 0.001
0.0810
± 0.0025
0.0100
± 0.0005
0.156 ± 0.002 (Ref.)
Part Numbering
P T100 xxx
TYPE
P: SIDACtor
* 80% of VDRM when VDRM is less than 52V.
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
(see Electrical Characteristics table)
100A CELL
Packing Options — Cell
Package Type
T
Description
Packing Options Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry Standard
Cell Bulk Pack
(25 x trays of 200)
5000
N/A
N/A
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
SIDACtor® Primary Protection Series - Modified TO-220
Description
The SIDACtor® Primary Protection Series Modified TO-220
are thyristor devices designed for use in primary protection
applications.
The series provides a single port overvoltage solution that
enables applications to comply with GR-974 and a range of
other global regulatory standards. Please contact Littelfuse
to discuss your particular application and regulatory
requirements.
Features and Benefits
t
High holding current
options available
t
t
Failsafe option
available
Fails short circuit
when surged in
excess of ratings
t
Single-port protection
t
Low voltage overshoot
t
t
Low on-state voltage
Modified TO-220
Package
t
Does not degrade with
use
t
Lead forms available
Agency Approvals
Agency
Agency File Number
E133083
Pinout Designation
Applicable Global Standards
t(3
1
3
t6-
2
t*56,
Schematic Symbol
1
(T)
2
( )
3
(R)
Electrical Characteristics
Part
Number
Marking
VS
VDRM
VS
VT
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @lDRM=5μA @100V/μs @IT=2.2 A
V min
V max
V min
Pins 1-2, 3-2
P0602ACLxx
P1402ACLxx
P1602ACLxx
P2202ACLxx
P2702ACLxx
P3002ACLxx
P3602ACLxx
P4202ACLxx
P4802ACLxx
P6002ACLxx
P0602AC
P1402AC
P1602AC
P2202AC
P2702AC
P3002AC
P3602AC
P4202AC
P4802AC
P6002AC
25
58
65
90
120
140
170
190
220
275
40
77
95
130
160
180
220
250
300
350
V max
Pins 1-3
50
116
130
180
240
280
340
380
440
550
V max
IH*
IS
IT
Pins 1-2, 3-2
mA
min
mA
A
max max
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
50
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
80
154
190
260
320
360
440
500
600
700
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
Capacitance
@1MHz, 2V bias
pF min
pF max
See
Capacitance
Values
Table
Notes:
* Higher holding current available by special order. Contact Littelfuse for additional information. - xx Part Number Suffix: ‘RP’ (Reel pack), Blank (Bulk pack), ‘60’ (Type 60 lead form bulk pack),
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
‘FS1’ (Failsafe option bulk pack). Refer to Part Numbering section for additional details.
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
C
A min
50
A min
500
A min
400
A min
200
A min
150
A min
200
A min
175
A min
100
A min
200
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
50
A/μs min
500
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Capacitance Values
Part Number
Pin 1-2 / 3-2
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
pF min
35
105
95
75
70
65
65
60
60
55
P0602ACLxx
P1402ACLxx
P1602ACLxx
P2202ACLxx
P2702ACLxx
P3002ACLxx
P3602ACLxx
P4202ACLxx
P4802ACLxx
P6002ACLxx
pF max
65
155
145
115
105
95
90
85
85
80
Pin 1-3
Tip-Ring
pF min
20
60
50
40
40
35
35
35
30
30
pF max
40
90
85
65
60
55
50
50
50
45
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
Modified
TO-220
TJ
Operating Junction
Temperature Range
-40 to
°C
TS
Storage Temperature
Range
-65 to
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance:
Junction to Ambient
60
°C/W
1
3
2
V-I Characteristics
+I
Note: Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
tr x td Pulse Waveform
IT
ea
alue
a e orm
IS
IH
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
tr
td
50
al
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
VT
alue
VS
ea
ulse Current
100
tr
td
0
0
td
tr
t
Time ( s)
-I
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
2
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
0
-4
-6
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-8
-40 -20
0
20
40 60
-40
80 100 120 140 160
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
P xxx 2 A C L xx
PACKING OPTIONS
TYPE
Blank: Bulk
RP: Reel Pack
60: Type 60 Lead Form
(for type 60 orders, contact factory).
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
RoHS COMPLIANT
PACKAGE TYPE
IPP RATING
Part Marking
XXXXXXXXX
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
P xxx 2 A C L FS1
TYPE
xxxxx
FAILSAFE OPTION*
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
PACKAGE TYPE
RoHS COMPLIANT
IPP RATING
* Failsafe devices are only offered in
bulk pack, reel pack not available.
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Part Marking Code
197
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Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Dimensions - Modified TO-220
Dimensions - Modified TO-220 with Failsafe
Inches
A
Min
Max
Min
A
0.400
0.410
10.16 10.42
D
0.360
0.375
9.14
9.53
F
0.110
0.130
2.80
3.30
G
0.540
0.575
13.71 14.61
H
0.025
0.035
0.63
0.89
J
0.195
0.205
4.95
5.21
K
0.095
0.105
2.41
2.67
L
0.060
0.075
1.52
1.90
M
0.070
0.085
1.78
2.16
N
O
P
0.018
0.024
0.46
0.61
0.178
0.290
0.188
0.310
4.52
7.37
4.78
7.87
D
T
M
P
G
P
PIN 3
PIN 2
PIN 1
L
M
K
H
N
J
The modified TO-220 package is designed to
meet mechanical standards as set forth in
JEDEC publication number 95.
Millimeters
Max
Tape and Reel Specification - Modified TO-220
0.240
(6.10)
Dimensions - Modified TO-220 Type 60 with Failsafe
0.019
(0.5)
1.626
(41.15)
0.750 ± 0.010
(19.05 ± 0.25)
0.720
(18.29)
0.360
(9.14)
0.500
(12.7)
0.100
(2.54)
0.100
(2.54)
14.173 (360.0)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
1.968
(50.0)
Packing Options
Package
Type
A
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry
Standard
Modified TO-220
Tape and Reel Pack
700
RP
EIA-468-B
Modified TO-220
Bulk Pack
500
(no added suffix)
N/A
Modified TO-220
Type 60 Lead Form
Bulk Pack
500
60
(special order item,
contact factory for details)
N/A
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
SIDACtor® Primary Protection Balanced Series
- Modified TO-220
Description
The SIDACtor® Primary Protection Balanced Series
Modified TO-220 are thyristor devices designed for use in
primary protection applications.
The series provides a single port overvoltage solution
that enables applications to comply with the balance
requirements of GR-974 and GTS-8700. Please contact
Littelfuse to discuss your particular application and
regulatory requirements.
Features and Benefits
Agency Approvals
t High holding current
options available
t Does not degrade with
use
Agency
Agency File Number
t Balanced overvoltage
protection
E133083
t Failsafe option available
t Fails short circuit when
surged in excess of
ratings
t Single-port protection
t Low voltage overshoot
Pinout Designation
t Modified TO-220 Package
t Low on-state voltage
t Lead forms available
Applicable Global Standards
1
3
t GR-974
t UL 497
t GTS-8700
t ITU K.28
2
Schematic Symbol
1
3
(T)
(R)
2
(G)
Electrical Characteristics
Part Number
P1553ACLxx
P1803ACLxx
P2103ACLxx
P2353ACLxx
P2703ACLxx
P3203ACLxx
P3403ACLxx
P5103ACLxx
Marking
P1553AC
P1803AC
P2103AC
P2353AC
P2703AC
P3203AC
P3403AC
P5103AC
VS
VDRM
@lDRM=5μA @100V/μs
V min
V max
Pins 1-2, 3-2, 1-3
130
180
150
210
170
250
200
270
230
300
270
350
300
400
420
600
IH*
IS
IT
[email protected]=
2.2 Amps
mA
min
mA
max
A
max
V max
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Notes:
* Higher holding current available by special order. Contact Littelfuse for additional information.
- Absolute maximum ratings measured at TA= 25ºC (unless otherwise noted).
- Devices are bi-directional (unless otherwise noted).
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
Capacitance
Pin 1-2 / 3-2
Tip-Ground, Ring-Ground
pF min
65
55
55
50
50
45
45
40
pF max
95
85
85
75
75
70
65
60
Pin 1-3
Tip-Ring
pF min
40
35
30
30
30
25
25
20
pF max
60
55
55
50
50
45
45
40
- Off-state capacitance (CO) is measured at 1 MHz with a 2 V bias.
- xx Part Number Suffix: ‘RP’ (Reel pack), Blank (Bulk pack), ‘60’ (Type 60 lead form bulk pack),
‘FS1’ (Failsafe option bulk pack). Refer to Part Numbering section for additional details.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Surge Ratings
Series
IPP
ITSM
50/60 Hz
di/dt
A min
A min
A/μs max
200
50
500
0.2x310 1
0.5x700 2
2x10 1
2x10 2
8x20 1
1.2x50 2
10x160 1
10x160 2
10x560 1
10x560 2
5x320 1
9x720 2
10x360 1
10x360 2
10x1000 1
10x1000 2
5x310 1
10x700 2
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
A min
50
500
400
200
150
200
175
100
C
Notes:
- Peak pulse current rating (IPP) is repetitive and guaranteed for the life of the product.
- IPPSBUJOHTBQQMJDBCMFPWFSUFNQFSBUVSFSBOHFPG$UP$
- The device must initially be in thermal equilibrium with -40°C < TJ <¡$
1 Current waveform in μs
2 Voltage waveform in μs
Thermal Considerations
Package
Symbol
Parameter
Value
Unit
TJ
Operating Junction Temperature Range
UP
°C
TS
Storage Temperature Range
UP
°C
R0JA
Thermal Resistance: Junction to Ambient
50
°C/W
Modified
TO-220
1
3
2
V-I Characteristics
tr x td Pulse Waveform
+I
IT
100
ulse Current
IS
IH
IDRM
-V
+V
VDRM
rise time to pea alue
deca time to al alue
a e orm
tr
50
td
al
alue
ea
VT
tr
td
ea
alue
VS
0
0
-I
t
Time ( s)
Normalized DC Holding Current vs. Case Temperature
10
IH
8
6
25 °C
4
2
IH (TC = 25ºC)
2.0
14
12
Ratio of
Percent of VS Change – %
Normalized VS Change vs. Junction Temperature
td
tr
0
-4
-6
-8
1.8
1.6
1.4
25°C
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
-40 -20
0
20
40 60
80 100 120 140 160
-40
Junction Temperature (TJ) – °C
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100 120 140 160
Case Temperature (TC) - ºC
200
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Soldering Parameters
Pb-Free assembly
(see Fig. 1)
¡$
¡$
60-180 secs.
- Temperature Min (Ts(min))
Pre Heat
- Temperature Max (Ts(max))
- Time (Min to Max) (ts)
Average ramp up rate (Liquidus Temp (TL)
to peak)
3°C/sec. Max.
TS(max) to TL - Ramp-up Rate
3°C/sec. Max.
Reflow
- Temperature (TL) (Liquidus)
¡$
- Temperature (tL)
60-150 secs.
Peak Temp (TP)
¡$
Time within 5°C of actual Peak Temp (tp)
30 secs. Max.
Ramp-down Rate
6°C/sec. Max.
Time 25°C to Peak Temp (TP)
8 min. Max.
Do not exceed
¡$
Figure 1
TP
tP
Critical Zone
TL to TP
Ramp-up
Temperature
Reflow Condition
TL
TS(max)
tL
Ramp-down
Preheat
TS(min)
tS
25
time to peak temperature
(t 25ºC to peak)
Time
Physical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Lead Material
Copper Alloy
High Temp Voltage
Blocking
80% Rated VDRM (VAC Peak ¡$PS¡$
504 or 1008 hrs. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1040)
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Terminal Finish
100% Matte-Tin Plated
Temp Cycling
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMVQUP
cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1051) EIA/JEDEC,
JESD22-A104
Biased Temp &
Humidity
52 VDC¡$
3)VQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
High Temp Storage
¡$IST.*-45%.FUIPE
JEDEC, JESD22-A-101
Low Temp Storage
-65°C, 1008 hrs.
Thermal Shock
¡$UP¡$NJOEXFMMTFDUSBOTGFS
10 cycles. MIL-STD-750 (Method 1056) JEDEC,
JESD22-A-106
Autoclave (Pressure
Cooker Test)
¡$3)BUNVQUPIST&*"
JEDEC, JESD22-A-102
Resistance to Solder
Heat
¡$TFDT.*-45%.FUIPE
Moisture Sensitivity
Level
3)¡$ISTSFnPXDZDMFT
¡$1FBL
+&%&$+45%-FWFM
Body Material
UL recognized epoxy meeting flammability
classification 94V-0
Part Numbering
P xxx 3 A C L xx
PACKING OPTIONS
TYPE
Blank: Bulk
RP: Reel Pack
60: Type 60 Lead Form
(for type 60 orders, contact factory).
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
RoHS COMPLIANT
PACKAGE TYPE
IPP RATING
Part Marking
XXXXXXXXX
Part Marking Code
(Refer to Electrical Characteristics Table)
P xxx 3 A C L FS1
TYPE
xxxxx
FAILSAFE OPTION*
P = SIDACtor
MEDIAN VOLTAGE
CONSTRUCTION
VARIABLE
PACKAGE TYPE
RoHS COMPLIANT
IPP RATING
* Failsafe devices are only offered in
bulk pack, reel pack not available.
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
201
Revised: April 15, 2011
Date Code
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
High Surge Current Protection
Dimensions - Modified TO-220
Dimensions - Modified TO-220 with Failsafe
Inches
A
Min
Max
Min
A
0.400
0.410
10.16 10.42
D
0.360
0.375
9.14
9.53
F
0.110
0.130
2.80
3.30
G
0.540
0.575
13.71 14.61
H
0.025
0.035
0.63
0.89
J
0.195
0.205
4.95
5.21
K
0.095
0.105
2.41
2.67
L
0.060
0.075
1.52
1.90
M
0.070
0.085
1.78
2.16
N
O
P
0.018
0.024
0.46
0.61
0.178
0.290
0.188
0.310
4.52
7.37
4.78
7.87
D
T
M
P
G
P
PIN 3
PIN 2
PIN 1
L
M
K
H
N
J
The modified TO-220 package is designed to
meet mechanical standards as set forth in
JEDEC publication number 95.
Millimeters
Max
Tape and Reel Specification - Modified TO-220
0.240
(6.10)
Dimensions - Modified TO-220 Type 60 with Failsafe
0.019
(0.5)
1.626
(41.15)
0.750 ± 0.010
(19.05 ± 0.25)
0.720
(18.29)
0.360
(9.14)
0.500
(12.7)
0.100
(2.54)
0.100
(2.54)
14.173 (360.0)
Dimensions are in inches
(and millimeters).
Direction of Feed
1.968
(50.0)
Packing Options
Package
Type
A
Description
Quantity
Added Suffix
Industry
Standard
Modified TO-220
Tape and Reel Pack
700
RP
EIA-468-B
Modified TO-220
Bulk Pack
500
(no added suffix)
N/A
Modified TO-220
Type 60 Lead Form
Bulk Pack
500
60
(special order item,
contact factory for details)
N/A
© 2011 Littelfuse, Inc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to www.littelfuse.com for current information.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Regulatory Requirements
Regulatory Requirements
Table of Contents
Surge Waveforms for Various Standards
20
GR 1089—Core
20
ITU-T K.20 and K.21
21
TIA-968-A (formerly known as FCC Part 68)
218
TIA-968-# (formerly known as FCC Part 6
1
IEC 61000-4-2, 4-4 and 4-5 Summary
2
Mainland China Standard—YD/T 950-1998
22
Mainland China Standard—YD/T 993-1998
22
Mainland China Standard—YD/T 1082-2000
22
Certification and Accreditation Administration
22
of the People’s Republic of China
UL 497
2
UL 497A
2
UL 497B
23
UL 497C
23
UL 497D
23
UL 60950-1 2nd Edition
2
Due to the enormous cost of interrupted service and failed network
equipment, telephony service providers have adopted various
specifications to help regulate the reliability and performance of the
telecommunications products that they purchase. In Europe and
much of the Far East, the most common standards are ITU-T K.20
and K.21. In North America, most operating companies base their
requirements on NEBs which contain GR 1089 requirements, TIA968-A (formerly known as FCC Part 68), and UL 60950-1.
Note:
This section is a paraphrase of existing documents and does not cover
the listed recommendation, standard or regulatory requirements
in their entirety. This information is intended to be used only as a
reference. For exact specifications, obtain the referenced document
from the appropriate source.
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Surge Waveforms for Various Standards
VDE is the Verband Deutsher Elektrotechniker, a Federation
of German electrical engineers. VDE is very similar to the
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) but is
national in scope rather than global.
TIA-968-A Telecommunications - Telephone Terminal
Equipment - Technical Requirements for Connection of
Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network, is valid for
approvals until March 22, 2011 when it will be superseded
by TIA-968-B. Until March 22, 2011, users may cite either
TIA-968-A, along with its addenda, or TIA-968-B.
ANSI is the American National Standards Institute, which is
a non-government organization. The British equivalent to this
is BSI.
TIA-968-A replaced FCC Part 68 with the exception of
hearing aid compatibility (HAC), volume control, and
indoor cabling. TIA-968-B now in turn replaces TIA-968-A
and its A1,A2, A3, and A4 addenda. This new version is
closely harmonized with the Canadian CS03 requirements.
Continued efforts between TIA TR41 and Industry Canada
will continue these harmonization efforts. Various countries
around the world also recognize this USA standard and
use it either wholly or in part for their telephone terminal
equipment programs.
IEC is the International Electrotechnical Commission, a
result of Europe’s move toward a single market structure
and its drive to formalize and harmonize member countries’
requirements.
FTZ R12 is a German specification.
Mainland China publishes various technical requirements
and test methods for protection of telecommunication
equipment, terminal equipment, and access network
equipment. Some of these standards are based on ITU-T
Recommendations. Type testing, factory inspection and
follow-up factory inspection procedures similar to those
imposed by UL within the USA, are also required in China.
GR 1089 is a standard generally supported by the US
Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs). It is updated
by Telcordia Technology (formerly Bellcore). The RBOCs
typically require compliance with GR 1089 for any of their
telecom purchases. GR-1089 Issue 6 is the most recent
update as is expected to be published March 2011.
The following page contains Table 3.1, which shows in its
far right most column the recommended SIDACtor ® device
surge rating (A, B, or C) that is required to comply with each
specific waveshape definition without the need of additional
limiting resistors.
The ITU is a specialized agency of the UN devoted to
international harmonization. Most European countries
recognize the ITU standards.
CNET is the Centre National d’etudes de
Telecommunications, a French organization.
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Table 3.1 Surge Waveforms for Various Standards
Peak Voltage Rise/Decay time
Standard
Volts
Surge A Metallic
TIA-968-B
GR 1089
μs
Peak current
Rise/Decay time
Amps
μs
SIDACtor®
Device
w/o series R
800 - 880
6-10/560-860
100 - 115
5-10/560-760
C
1500 - 1650
6-10 /160-260
200 - 230
5-10/160-210
C
Surge B Metallic
1000 - 1100
9±2.7/720±144
25 - 27.5
5±1.5/320±64
A, B or C
Surge B Longitudinal
1500 - 1650
9±2.7/720±144
37.5 – 41.3
5±1.5/320±64
A, B or C
Test 1
600
10x1000
100
10x1000
C
Test 2
1000
10x360
100
10x360
B or C
C
Surge A Longitudinal
Test 3
1000
10x1000
100
10x1000
Test 4
2500
2x10
500
2x10
C
Test 5
1000
10x360
25
10x360
A, B or C
CNET 131-24
1000
0.5x700
25
0.8x310
A, B or C
VDE 0433
2000
10x700
50
5x310
A, B or C
VDE 0878
Metallic
IEC 61000-4-5
Longitudinal
2000
1.2x50
50
1x20
A, B or C
Class 2
500
1.2x50
12
8x20
A, B or C
Class 3
1000
1.2x50
24
8x20
A, B or C
Class 4 & 5
2000
10x700
48
5x310
B or C
Class 2*
1000
1.2x50
24
8x20
A, B or C
Class 3*
2000
1.2x50
48
8x20
A, B or C
Class 4* & 5*
4000
1.2x50
96
8x20
A, B or C
Class 5* longdistance circuits
4000
10x700
100
5x310
A, B or C
2000
10x700
50
5x310
A, B or C
FTZ R12
Without Primary Protection
Metallic, Single Tip and Ring Pair
1500
10x700
37.5
5x310
A, B or C
1500
10x700
37.5
5x310
A, B or C
Without Primary Protection
Longitudinal, Single Tip and Ring Pair
1500
10x700
37.5
5x310
A, B or C
1500
10x700
37.5
5x310
A, B or C
Without Primary Protection
Longitudinal, All Tip and Ring Pair
1000
10x700
25
5x310
A, B or C
1000
10x700
25
5x310
A, B or C
With Primary Protection
Metallic, Single Tip and Ring Pair
4000
10x700
100
5x310
C
4000
10x700
100
5x310
C
With Primary Protection
Longitudinal, Single Tip and Ring Pair
4000
10x700
100
5x310
C
4000
10x700
100
5x310
C
With Primary Protection
Longitudinal, All Tip and Ring Pair
4000
10x700
100
5x310
C
4000
10x700
100
5x310
C
YD/T 993-1998
Without Primary Protector / With Primary Protector
ITU K.20
Basic single port
1000 / 4000
10x700
25 / 100
5x310
A, B, C / B, C
Enhanced single
1500 / 4000
10x700
37.5 / 100
5x310
A, B, C / B, C
Basic multiple ports
1500 / 4000
10x700
37.5 / 100
5x310
A, B, C / B, C
Enhanced multiple
1500 / 6000
10x700
37.5 / 150
5x310
A, B, C / C
600
50 Hz, 60 Hz
1
0.2 s
04611.25
Enhanced power fault
600 / 1500
50 Hz, 60 Hz
1 / 7.5
0.2 s / 2 s
04611.25
Basic single port
1500 / 4000
10x700
37.5 / 100
5x310
A, B, C / B, C
Enhanced single
6000 / 6000
10x700
37.5 / 150
5x310
A, B, C / C
Basic multiple ports
1500 / 4000
10x700
37.5 / 100
5x310
A, B, C / B, C
Enhanced multiple
1500 / 6000
10x700
37.5 / 150
5x310
A, B, C / C
600
50 Hz, 60Hz
1
0.2 s
04611.25
600 / 1500
50 Hz, 60Hz
1 / 7.5
0.2 s / 2 s
04611.25
Basic power fault
ITU K.21
Basic power fault
Enhanced power fault
* Tested with Primary Protection
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GR 1089—Core
GR 1089–Core
GR-1089 compliant products shall be manufactured in
accordance with the applicable requirements contained in:
In the United States, the telecommunication network
is primarily operated by the Regional Bell Operating
Companies (RBOC) who follow the standards set by the
Generic Requirements (GR) document referred to as
(3$03&iElectromagnetic Compatibility
and Electrical Safety - Generic Criteria for Network
Telecommunications Equipmentw5IJT(3EPDVNFOU
provides criteria for both EMC and electrical safety for
equipment that is used in Central Offices (COs), Remote
Terminals (RTs), Controlled Environmental Vaults (CEVs),
Electronic Equipment Enclosures (EEEs), network
equipment located at the customer premises, and other
such locations. This document reflects the opinion of
Telcordia and participating industry representatives. The
criteria in this document are intended to insure safe and
reliable operation of equipment during and after nearby
lightning strikes, 60 Hz power fault conditions, Electrostatic
Discharge events (ESD), Electrical Fast Transient events
(EFTs), and Electromagnetic Interference events (EMI).
These criteria apply to wireless systems installed in
telecommunication network equipment locations. The
following sections apply to specific interface ports of the
equipment.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) {specifically
FCC Part 68, Part 15, and TIA-968-A}
National Electric Code (NEC)
National Electrical Safety Code (NESC)
Department of Labor – Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA)
And other applicable local requirements, including country
(parish), state and federal law, regulations, and ordinances.
In conjunction with primary voltage protectors, operating
companies also may incorporate fuse links if there is the
possibility of exposing the twisted pair to outside power
lines. These fuse links are equivalent to 24- or 26-gauge
copper wire and are coordinated with the current-carrying
capacity of the voltage protector.
The last element of protection that may be provided by the
operating company are current limiters which, if provided,
are found on the line side of the network equipment
after the primary voltage protection device. These current
limiters typically come in the form of heat coils and have a
continuous rating of 350 mA.
Section 2 of GR-1089 addresses EFT.
Section 3 addresses conducted emission & immunity criteria
Changes to GR-1089
Section 4 addresses lightning and AC power fault
Changes to Section 4 of the GR 1089 in October 2002 now
require conformance with additional definitions and tests:
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are considered telecommunications lines and GR 1089
requirements apply.
tThe 2x10 surge is not used for systems having primary
protectors mounted on the side of the enclosure or within
the enclosure. It also is not used if the length of the
conductors between the primary protector and the circuit
pack is less than one meter if a metallic enclosure is used
and all terminals are bonded to the enclosure and the longest
dimension of the enclosure is less than three meters.
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voltage level may be reduced for CO equipment using
solid state protectors.
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primary protector OR have a 100 A 10x1000 rating. This
requirement became effective January 2006; before that
date it was only an objective.
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and a 600 V 3 A 1.1-second test.
tSecond level testing allows the wiring simulator fuse to be
either the MDL 2.0 A or the MDQ 1.6 A. The second level
requirement is the same for either the CPE or non-CPE.
Additional 15-minute test conditions of 3 A, 3.75 A, 5 A,
10 A, 12.5 A, 20 A, and 30 A conditions have been added.
However, compliance with UL 60950 Annex NAC conditions
3, 4, and 5 are still accepted. The 2 A and 2.6 A tests
are conducted without the simulator fuse in the circuit.
However, it must meet applicable time-current curve.
Section 5 addresses steady-state power induction
Section 6 addresses DC potential difference
Section 8 addresses corrosion
Section 10 addresses DC power port load equipment
These interface ports could be coaxial cable, signal,
telecommunication, antenna, and power. In this document,
a telecommunication port includes paired conductor
interfaces such as the tip and ring leads, sleeve leads, E &
M leads, and 10/100/1000 BaseT ports (including PoE).
Section 7, Electrical Safety Criteria, addresses the safety of
personnel who have access to the equipment
Section 9, Bonding and Grounding, describes the
requirements for grounding systems
The criteria for these standards are based on the
assumption that a primary protector will limit transient
voltages to 1000 V peak for surge conditions and 600 V rms
for power fault conditions. All network equipment shall be
listed by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL)
if the equipment is directly powered by Commercial AC.
Network equipment located on customer premises shall
be listed by a NRTL. Equipment required to meet GR 1089
must be designed to pass:
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Reasons for GR-1089-CORE, Issue 3
Reasons for GR-1089-CORE, Issue 4
t4FDUJPOSystem-Level Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Harmonize with the recent revisions to IEC
61000-4-2 (ESD), and IEC 61000-4-4. (EFT)
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t4FDUJPOElectromagnetic Interference
Add conducted emissions and immunity criteria
at broadband frequencies
t4FDUJPOIntroduction
Included guidelines for evaluation and added
generic criteria.
t4FDUJPOLightning and AC Power Fault Resistibility
Add a conditional requirement and objective
regarding external current limiters in highspeed digital networks, add an objective to
address coordination, change 1st level power
fault tests 6, 7, 8, and 9 from objectives to
requirements, clarify the number of samples
to be tested, clarify the number of ports to
be tested, revise the criteria for customer
premises 2nd level power fault tests, clarify the
test procedure for 1st level tests and relocate all
listing requirements to Section 7.
t4FDUJPOSystem-Level Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Extended date for objective to become a
requirement, revised the ESD Warning Labels
and established date for EFT objectives to
become requirements.
t4FDUJPOElectromagnetic Interference
Adopted the new FCC Part 15 requirements
for ac power lines, revised the conducted
emissions and immunity criteria for dc power
ports and revised the conducted emissions and
immunity criteria for broadband leads.
t4FDUJPOSteady-State Power Induction
Add criteria for coaxial port immunity to steadystate power induction.
t4FDUJPOLightning and AC Power Fault Resistibility
Clarified procedures for calibration of generators,
revised test conditions for equipment with
4-wire and multi-wire interfaces, changed the
number of samples to be tested for second-level
tests , added intra-building criteria for equipment
with multi-wire interfaces, added intra-building
criteria for equipment connected to shielded
cables, communications and coaxial , revised
second-level tests as applied to equipment with
secondary protection , added surge testing
methods for equipment that delivers power over
communications wiring, revised the protection
coordination tests, established new equipment
port type for equipment located at remote
sites, added a new subsection that provides
appropriate criteria for equipment with agreed
primary protection, added a new subsection that
provides appropriate criteria for equipment with
integrated primary protection, revised lightning
criteria for equipment with ac power ports and
added surge criteria for dc power ports for
equipment located at OSP facilities.
t4FDUJPOElectrical Safety Criteria
Harmonize electrical safety terminology
with international and North American
telecommunications safety standards.
t4FDUJPOBonding and Grounding
Provide guidance on the application of the
criteria to various types of network equipment
add criteria for bonding, modify the short-circuit
tests clarify the number of samples required to
be tested, provide test procedures related to
non-switching systems, clarify test procedures
where necessary.
t4FDUJPOElectrical Safety Criteria
revised test procedure for classifying the source
limits and revised the powering limitation criteria
t4FDUJPOBonding and Grounding
revised the grounding requirements of
embedded power sources than 150 VA for
specific applications.
t4FDUJPODC Power Port of Telecom. Equipment
revised the grounding requirements of embedded
power sources than 150 VA for specific
applications. that provides criteria on dc power
ports of telecommunications equipment, which
are powered from a shared dc power plant.
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Section 2 System-Level Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
and Electrical Fast Transient (EFT)
Section 4 Lightning and AC Power Fault
The lightning surge and ac power fault test conditions shall
be applied to telecommunications ports, antenna ports, ac
power ports, dc power ports, and coaxial cable ports.
Circuit packs are tested for ESD immunity at the system
level only (see Table 3.2). Therefore, ESD events are applied
to faceplates, ejector tabs, etc. points and surfaces that
are accessible during normal operation of the equipment
and under installation and maintenance conditions. GR78-CORE Generic Requirements for the Physical Design
and Manufacture of Telecommunications Products and
Equipment contains ESD immunity criteria for stand-alone
circuit cards.
Table 3.4 below provides the description of Test conditions
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building tests apply to ports that are not directly connected
to OSP (outside plant). These are designated as Type 2 and
Type 4 ports. Type 1, 3, and 5 ports are directly connected
to the OSP, therefore the inter-building tests apply. These
three port types are subjected to short-circuit tests with 1st
level criteria for compliance. These short-circuit tests are
applied for 30 minutes between:
The EUT shall be tested using the methods of IEC 61000-42 (ESD), clauses 7 and 8, with the preferred method being
the contact discharge method as specified in clause 7. The
EUT shall not be damaged and shall continue to operate
without negatively affecting service nor requiring the need
for manual intervention.
1. tip to ring
2. tip to ground with ring open
3. ring to ground with tip open
4. tip and ring to ground simultaneously
Table 3.2: ESD Immunity Requirements for Normal
Operation Mode and Installation & Maintenance Mode
Test Level
Air discharge
2
4 kV
4
15 kV
Contact discharge
GR-1089 defines a 1st level and 2nd level criteria for the EUT
(equipment under test).
1st Level Criteria:
Repetitions
The EUT shall not be damaged and shall continue to
function properly without human intervention or power
cycling after the tests
±10*
±10*
4
8kV
±10*
2nd Criteria:
* For a total of 40 times for air discharge or a total of 20 times for contact discharges
The EUT may sustain damage but it shall not become a fire
or fragmentation hazard nor an electrical safety hazard
The EUT shall be tested using the methods of IEC 610004-4 (EFT), clauses 6, 7, & 8 (see Table 3.3). The capacitively
coupling clamp specified in clause 6.3 of IEC 61000-44 is the preferred EFT test method. IF Bit Error Rate
(BER) measuring equipment is used to verify the EUT
performance, then this BER measuring equipment must be
able to withstand the EFT burst application.
Table 3.4: Tests Conditions
Generator connections
Test
Table 3.3: EFT Immunity Requirements by port type
Port Types
Voltage
Total Number of 5 kHz
repetition frequency events
1&2
0.25 kV
±5*
3& 4
0.5 kV
±5*
AC & DC ports
0.5 kV
±5*
AC & DC ports
on customer
premises
1 kV
±5*
A
* For a duration of 1 minute.
B
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2-wire interfaces
4-wire interfaces
1. tip to generator,
ring to ground
1. tip to generator, ring, tip1,
ring1 to ground
2. ring to generator,
tip to ground
2. ring to generator, tip, tip1,
ring1 to ground
3. Not applicable
3. tip1 to generator, tip, ring,
ring1 to ground
4. Not applicable
4. ring1 to generator, tip, ring,
tip1 to ground
5. tip and ring
to generator
simultaneously
5. tip and ring to generator
simultaneously, tip1 and
ring1 to ground
6. Not applicable
6. tip1 and ring1 to generator
simultaneously, tip and ring
to ground
Tip and ring
to generator
simultaneously
Tip, ring, tip1, and ring1 to
generator simultaneously
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
GR 1089—Core
If during test 3 (or alternatively Test 1), the EUT conducted
current exceeds 95A OR the voltage measured across the
EUT port exceeds 95% of the voltage-limiting value of the
primary protector, then no further coordination tests are
required for Type 1, 3, and 5 ports. By using the Littelfuse
TeleLink fuse and SIDACtor® technology (C, D, or E rated)
or GreentubeTM gas plasma arresters in combination, this
95A threshold should easily be reached and thus GR-1089
testing is greatly simplified. Otherwise, a coordination test
sequence is required.
Figure 3.1: Application of Lightning and AC Power Fault
Test Voltages
Test Generator
T
S1
Limiting
Resistance
(If Specified)
S2
EUT
R
S3
Table 3.7: Protection Coordination Lightning Surge Test
S4
Voltage
Source
G
S1
S2
S3
S4
CLOSED
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
A2
OPEN
CLOSED
CLOSED
OPEN
A5
CLOSED
OPEN
CLOSED
OPEN
For equipment that provides or receives remote power
(i.e. span powering, PoE, etc.) over the copper conductors,
GR-1089 contains an objective (NOT a requirement) that
a coupling element should be used to isolate auxiliary or
load equipment from the surge source for ±10 repetitions
of surge test #3 (Table 3.6 below), then the remaining ±15
repetitions should be performed by applying the surge
directly to the port. This coupling element is used to reduce
the surge energy that would otherwise enter the power
source (please see Figure 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-7, and 4-8 of
GR-1089-CORE Issue 4 for more details).
(notes
1&2)
1
(per Conductor)
(A)
10x1000
100
25
A
±1000
10x360
100
25
A
±1000
10x1000
100
25
A
4
±2500
2x10
500
10
B
5
±1000
10x360
25
5
(note 4)
(note 3)
3
(note 3)
100 A at 1 kV
10x1000
10
Test
Surge
Voltage
(VPK)
Waveform
(μs)
Surge
Current
(A)
1
±5000
2x10
500
Notes:
1. Primary protectors are removed for all tests.
2. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests
are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage and
current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
3. Test 1 and 2 can be replaced with Test 3 or vice versa.
4. This test is to be performed on up to 24 conductors simultaneously with respect to ground.
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Repetitions
Test
Each
Connections
Polarity
1
B
Notes:
1. Primary protectors are removed for all tests.
2. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests
are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage and
current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
Repetitions
Test
Each
Connections
(Table 3.4)
Polarity
±600
2
400–2000
Table 3.8: Second Level Lightning Surge Test
Table 3.6: First Level Lightning Surge Tests
Surge
Current
Repetitions
The Second Level Lightning Surge Test presented in table
3.8 does not require the EUT to pass operationally, but
GR 1089 does require that the EUT not become a fire,
fragmentation or electrical safety hazard. This is referred to
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For all First Level lightning and power fault events, a total of
three ports of the EUT shall be tested.
Surge
Waveform
Voltage
(μs)
(VPK)
Waveform
μs
Second Level Lightning Surge Test
First Level Lightning Surge Test
Test
Peack Current
A
Refer to the equipment supplier documentation for
specifications on the primary protection with which the
equipment is designed to coordinate. The maximum
switching voltage threshold value for this primary protector
must comply with GR 974 (1 kV for a 1 kV/μs event). This
coordination test procedure requires that the peak voltage
of this test start at the primary protector’s specified voltagelimiting value. This value must be a minimum of 400 V and a
maximum of 1000 V. The primary protector must effectively
turn on during each of these conditions
Table 3.5: Connections to Test Generator
A1
Peack Voltage
V
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Figure 3.2: Surge Generator Setup
First Level Intra-building surges
Intra-building tests are not required for:
Metallic test applies to one conductor at a time
1. Intra-building wiring connecting equipment separated by a
distance of 6 m or less within the same frame or cabinet
2. Intra-building wiring that is not grounded and has no power
ports
3. Intra-building wiring used exclusively for maintenance
purpose
There are two separate intra-building surge setups, one for
ports having 2 ports or less (Table 3.9), and another one for
ports having more than 2 ports (four conductors, Table 3.10).
R
EUT
Surge Generator
1.2x50/8x20μS
(M) Metallic
Table 3.9: Intra-building lightning surge test for 2-wire
interfaces
Surge
Waveform
Test Voltage
(μs)
(VPK)
Surge
Current
(per Conductor)
(A)
R
Repetitions
Test
Each
Connections
Polarity
1
±800
2x10
100
1
A1, A2
2
±1500
2x10
100
1
B
EUT
Surge Generator
1.2x50/8x20μS
(L) Longitudinal
Notes:
1. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests
are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage and
current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
2. Surge test 1 is not applicable to Ethernet ports IF the port does not contain secondary
protection referenced to ground and all unused pins of the port are not grounded.
Intra-building lightning surge tests for ports with more than two
pairs (four conductors) take into account the dividing factor of
multiple wires in parallel. See Table 3.10 and Figure 3.2.
Table 3.10: First Level Intra-building Lightning Surge
Test for EUT with greater than 2 pairs (four conductors)
Test
Surge
Voltage
(VPK)
Value of
Number
Repetitions
Test
external R
of Pairs
Each Polarity Connections
(ohm)
1
±800
3 or 4
6
1
See Figure
3.2 (M)
2
±1500
3 or 4
20
1
See Figure
3.2 (L)
1
±800
> than 4
6
1
See Figure
3.2 (M)
2
±1500
> than 4
20
1
See Figure
3.2 (L)
Notes:
1. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests
are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage and
current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
2. The combination wave 1.2x50/8x20 waveshape with a 2-ohm internal impedance
generator as defined in IEEE C62.41.2 shall be used.
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AC Power Fault Tests
Power companies and telephone operating companies often
share telephone poles and trenches; therefore, network
equipment is often subjected to the voltages seen on power
lines. If direct contact between the telephone line and the
primary power line occurs, the operating company’s network
equipment may see as much as 600 V rms for five seconds,
by which time the power company’s power system should
clear itself. If direct contact occurs with the secondary
power line, voltages will be limited to 277 V rms; however,
these voltages may be seen indefinitely because the
resultant current may be within the operating range of the
power system and the power system will not reset itself.
Second Level AC Power Fault Criteria
Table 3.12 below presents test conditions for both
customer premises and non-customer premises
equipment. (Note that test conditions 1, 3, and 4 may be
omitted if the EUT has previously met UL 60950-1.)
Table 3.12: Second Level AC Power Fault Test (and Intrabuilding 2nd level)
Another risk involved with power lines is indirect contact.
Because of the large magnetic fields created by the currents
in the power lines, large voltages may be induced upon
phone lines via electro-magnetic coupling. In this instance
voltages should be limited to 1000 V peak and 600 V rms
using primary protectors, while the current will be limited by
the current-carrying capacity of the 24-gauge wire.
First Level AC Power Fault Criteria
Table 3.11: First Level Power Fault
Test
1
(Note 1)
2
(Note 1)
3
(Note 1)
Duration
Primary
Test
Protectors Connections
50
0.33
15 min
Removed
A
100
0.17
15 min
Removed
A
1A at 600V applications, Removed
A
200,
400,
600
Short Circuit
Current
per Conductor
(A)
(Note 4)
Duration
Test
Connections
1 (Note 5)
120, 277
25
15 min
A
2
600
60
5s
A
3
600
7
5s
A
4
600
2.2A at 600 V
15 min
A
5 (Note 3)
N/A
N/A
15 min
N/A
Notes:
1. Primary protectors are removed for all tests.
2. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests
are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage and
current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
3. Test 5 simulates a high impedance induction fault. Specific information regarding this
test is available upon request.
4. These tests are repeated using a short-circuit value just below the operating threshold of
the current limiting device, or, if the EUT uses a fuse as current limiting protection, the
fuse may be bypassed and the short circuit current available adjusted to 135 percent of
the fuse rating.
5. Intra-building, second level power fault test uses test condition 1 only. The applied
voltage is at 120 V rms only.
Table 3.11 presents test conditions for the First Level AC
Power Fault Test. The EUT is required to pass operationally.
Applied Short Circuit
Voltage, Current per
60 Hz
Conductor
(VRMS)
(A)
(Notes 1, 2)
Applied
Voltage,
60 Hz
(VRMS)
Test
Figure 3.3: Second Level AC Power Fault and Current
Limiter Connection
60
20
Wiring
Simulator
Tip
1s each
Equipment
4
(Note 4)
5
(Note 2)
6
(Note 3)
7
(Note 3)
8
(Note 3)
9
(Note 3)
1
60
applications,
1s each
N/A
N/A
60
applications,
5s each
Removed
N/A
600
0.5
30 s
Removed
A
440
2.2
2s
Removed
A
1000
Ring
In place
B
Variable
60 Hz ac
Voltage
Source 0-600 V
AC Equipment Ground
(Green Wire Ground)
20
600
3
1.1 s
Removed
A
1000
5
0.4 s
In place
B
Chassis
Ground
(A) Metallic
Wiring
Simulator
Tip
Equipment
Ring
20
Wiring
Simulator
Variable
60 Hz ac
Voltage
Source 0-600 V
Notes:
1. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests
are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage and
current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
2. Test 5 simulates a high impedance induction fault. For specific information, contact
Littelfuse, Inc.
3. Sufficient time may be allowed between applications to preclude thermal accumulation.
4. This test is intended to establish compatibility of the EUT with the primary protector. The
maximum current is limited to 1 A rms as in Test 3, but the voltage is increased to 1,000
V to permit operation of the protector. Sufficient time may be allowed between
applications to preclude thermal accumulation.
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Chassis
Ground
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high exposure locations (Port Type 3 & 5)
Current Limiting Protector Test
The purpose of the Current Limiting Protector Test is
to determine if the EUT allows an excessive amount of
current flow under power fault conditions. During this test,
the EUT is connected to a circuit equivalent to that shown
in Figure 3.3 above with a 1.6 A Type MDQ fuse or MDL
2.0A fuse as the wiring simulator. If the EUT draws enough
current to open the fuse, then the acceptable time/current
criteria have not been met, and external current limiting
protectors must be specified for use with that quipment in
the manufacturer’s documentation. This test is conducted
at 2.2 A, 2.6 A ,3 A, 3.75 A, 5 A, 7 A, 10 A, 12.5 A, 20 A, 25
A, and 30 A for 15 minutes at each subsequent value until
the equipment interrupts the current or reduces it to less
than 50 mA. IF the wiring simulator opens, the EUT does
not meet the criteria.
The surge generator for high exposure risk environments
shall be capable of delivering 4kV into an open circuit
and capable of delivering 500A into a short circuit, with
a 10x250 μS waveshape. The switching voltage of the
primary protector must first be determined before applying
this 10x250 surge to the EUT OR the EUT must have a
surge withstand capability adequate to survive these
severe events. For a EUT that is preceded by a 3 mil
carbon block, which is typically a worse case scenario,
the maximum let-through voltage this carbon block allows
would be 1 kV. Under these conditions, the EUT would
see a 1 kV open circuit voltage and 125A short circuit surge
event. Some primary protectors contain series elements
that would further reduce the current delivered into the
EUT. Therefore, the primary protector characteristics must
be determined before this high exposure test is conducted.
Once it surge characteristics are determined, then this
10x250 surge event is applied ±10 at the allowed letthrough voltage and current levels.
Figure 3.4: Time-current characteristics of the external
current-limiter indicator.
100
ACCEPTABLE REGION LIMITS
CURRENT MAXIMUMTIME
(A)
(s)
60
0.013
30
0.065
7
2.5
3
900
70
60
50
40
Current (Amperes)
30
Criteria for Equipment containing agreed primary
protectors
This generic requirements document contains a section for
customer premises and non-CO type facilities equipment
that are protected by a known defined primary protector
other than 3-mil blocks. This section contains four different
categories for agreed primary protection. The categorization
will then reduce the open circuit voltage used for lightning
and power fault testing as previously defined in first and
second level lightning and ac power fault tables. Please
see Littelfuse for more details on this section.
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UNACCEPTABLE REGION
10
7
6
5
4
3
ACCEPTABLE REGION
2
Criteria for Equipment with Integrated Primary
Protectors (EIPP)
1
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
This GR also contains a section for equipment that has
integrated primary protection on the ports with direct
connections to the OSP. Please contact Littelfuse, Inc. for
more details on this section.
1000
TIME (Seconds)
Short-circuit Test
In addition to the AC Power Fault and Current Limiter Tests,
equipment must also pass a Short-circuit Test to comply with
GR 1089. During this test, a short-circuit condition is applied
to the following Tip and Ring appearances for 30 minutes
while the EUT is powered and under operating conditions:
For Type 3 and 4 ports that interface with 8 or fewer OSP
conductors, a more severe lightning surge event is applied.
See Table 3.13 below.
Table 3.13: Severe Climatic Surge Test
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At no time will the short circuit impedance exceed 1-ohm.
For equipment with more than one twisted pair, the short
circuit is applied to all twisted pair simultaneously. To comply
with the short circuit test, the EUT must function normally
after the short-circuit condition is removed, and a fire or
electrical safety hazard may not be present. The equipment
shall not require manual intervention to restore service.
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Lightning surge Tests for Severe Climatic Conditions
Surge
Repetitions
Surge
Current
Test
Current per
Surge
Each
Voltage Waveshape
Connections
Conductor
Level
Polarity
(VPK)
(μs)
(A)
1st
±3000
10x250
2000
1
T to R; single
pair only
2nd
±5000
8x20
20000
1
T to R; single
pair only
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Criteria for Equipment Interfacing with coaxial cable
ports
First Level Intra-building surge tests for coaxial ports
This test applies to both grounded and ungrounded coaxial
ports. The 1.2x50/8x20 surge generator with a 2-ohm
internal impedance (as defined in IEEE C62.41.2) will
be connected through an external non-inductive 3-ohm
resistor to the EUT. The open circuit voltage shall be 1500
V. This surge shall be applied one time in each polarity.
Table 3.14: First Level Lightning Surge Test for
Broadband Equipment over coaxial cable
Test
Surge
Voltage
(VPK)
Waveshape
(μs)
Surge Current
per Conductor
(A)
Repetitions
Each Polarity
1
±1000
10x1000
100
25
2
±2000
10x250
1000
5
Table 3.18: Lightning criteria for equipment interfacing with
antennas [1st Level Lightning Surge Test (Antenna Ports)]
Note:
1. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests are
to be performed at the indicated voltages and 2 is to be repeated at a reduced voltage
and current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
Surge
Test Voltage
(VPK)
1
Table 3.15: Second Level Lightning Surge Test for
Broadband Equipment over coaxial cable
Test
Surge
Voltage
(VPK)
Waveshape
(μs)
Surge Current
per Conductor
(A)
Repetitions
Each Polarity
1
±4000
10x250
2000
1
1.2x50
Surge
Repetitions
Current
Current
Each
Waveshape
(A)
Polarity
300
8x20
5
Note:
1. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests are
to be performed at the indicated voltage and repeated at a reduced voltage and current
just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
Table 3.19: Lightning criteria for AC power ports [First
Level Lightning Surge (Power ports)]
Note:
1. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests are
to be performed at the indicated voltages and then repeated at a reduced voltage and
current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
Surge
Test Voltage
(VPK)
Table 3.16: First Level AC Power Fault Test for
Broadband Equipment over coaxial cable
1
±2000
Voltage
Waveshape
(μs)
1.2x50
Surge
Repetitions
Current
Current
Each
Waveshape
(A)
Polarity
1000
8x20
4
Note:
1. For EUT without an external SPD, the surge voltage is increased to 6000V and the surge
current to 3000A.
Test
Voltage
(50 or 60 Hz)
Current
(ARMS)
Duration
(S)
Repetitions
1
600 VRMS
40
1
1
2
600 VRMS
10
1
5
3
600 VRMS
1
1
60
4
600 VRMS
0.5
30
1
Table 3.20: Second Level Lightning Surge (Power ports)
Surge
Test Voltage
(VPK)
1
Notes:
1. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests are
to be performed at the indicated voltages and then repeated at a reduced voltage and
current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
2. For EUT containing an external protector, only Text 3 & 4 are conducted. The voltage is
lowered to 400V and the repetitions for test 3 is reduced to one.
Table 3.17: Second Level AC Power Fault Test for
Broadband Equipment over coaxial cable
Test
Voltage
(50 or 60 Hz)
Current
(ARMS)
Duration
(minutes)
Repetitions
1
1000 VRMS
5
15
1
2
1000 VRMS
15
15
1
3
1000 VRMS
30
15
1
4
1000 VRMS
60
15
1
5
1000 VRMS
120
15
1
6
1000 VRMS
350
3
1
Notes:
1. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests are
to be performed at the indicated voltages and then repeated at a reduced voltage and
current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
2. For EUT containing an external protector, the voltage is lowered to 400VRMS.
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Voltage
Waveshape
(μs)
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±6000
Voltage
Waveshape
(μs)
1.2x50
Surge
Repetitions
Current
Current
Each
Waveshape
(A)
Polarity
3000
8x20
1
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First Level Lightning surges for DC power ports
Table 3.21: Undervoltage Transient test conditions
Five repetitions of each polarity of the 0.5 μS 100 kHz ring
wave surge with a peak voltage of 0.5 kV and a current
level of 41.7A per conductor shall be applied. The IEEE
C62.41.2 combination wave 1.2x50/8x20 at a peak of 500V
applied through an external non-inductive resistance of
10-ohms may be substituted for this ring wave. These
surges are to be applied simultaneously between
Waveform
Nominal-value
Tolerance
Undervoltage transient Level
-5 V
-4 to -5 V
Fall-time
10μS
0 to 12 μS
Transient duration
10 mS
10 to 12 mS
Rise-time
< 5 μS
0 to 5 μS
1) the supply lead and ground
2) the return lead and ground
Table 3.22: Overvoltage Transient test conditions
Waveform
Criteria for DC Power Port
Overvoltage transient Level
This section applies to the equipment that is powered
from a shared dc power plant. It is based on T1.3152001 Voltage Levels for DC-Powered Equipment Used in
Telecommunications Environments. This section contains
criteria for:
Slope
Nominal-value
Tolerance
-75 V
-75 to -95 V
10 V/mS
9 to 11 V/mS
Transient duration
10 mS
10 to 12 mS
Rise-time
< 2 μS
0 to 2 μS
t NJOJNVNPQFSBUJOHWPMUBHFT
Table 3.23: Impulse Transient test conditions
t VOEFSWPMUBHFUSBOTJFOUT
t PWFSWPMUBHFUSBOTJFOUT
Waveform
Nominal-value
Tolerance
Overvoltage transient Level
-100 V
-100 to -120 V
Rise-time
< 2 μS
0 to 2 μS
50 μS
28 to 60 μS
t JNQVMTFUSBOTJFOUT
t TJOHMFUSBOTJFOUBOE
t OPJTFSFMBUFEJTTVFT
Fall-time to half value
Table 3.24: Equipment Port Types
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Type 1
Network equipment connected to the outside plant (OSP)
Type 2
Network equipment not connected to the OSP.
Type 3
Customer premises equipment connected to the OSP.
Type 4
Customer premises equipment not connected to the OSP.
Type 5
Network equipment deployed in OSP & connected to the
outside plant (OSP)
Type 6
Equipment directly connected to external antennas
Type 7
Equipment directly connected to ac power systems
Type 8
Equipment directly connected to dc power systems
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ITU-T K.20 and K.21
ITU-T K.20 and K.21
Note : Both specifications are intended to address
equipment reliability versus equipment safety. For
specific concerns regarding equipment safety,
research and follow national standards for each
country in which the equipment is intended for use.
Although the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
does not have the authority to legislate that organizations
follow their recommendations, their standards are
recognized throughout Europe and the Far East.
ITU-T, the Telecommunication Standardization Sector of
the ITU, developed fundamental testing methods that
cover various environmental conditions to help predict the
survivability of network and customer-based switching
equipment. The testing methods cover the following
conditions:
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and plant equipment (excluding a direct strike)
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lines or railway systems
t%JSFDUDPOUBDUCFUXFFOUFMFDPNNVOJDBUJPOMJOFTBOE
power lines (often referred to as AC power fault)
K.21 covers telecommunication equipment installed at
customer premises. Equipment submitted under these
requirements must meet one of two levels: basic or
enhanced. Guidelines for determining under which level
the equipment under test (EUT) falls can be found in ITU-T
K.11, but note that the final authority rests with the test
administrator. ITU-T K.44 describes the test conditions used
in K.20 and K.21.
ITU-T defines the following acceptance criteria:
t Criterion A states that equipment shall withstand the test
without damage and shall operate properly after the test.
It is not required to operate correctly during the test.
t Criterion B states that a fire hazard shall not occur as
a result of the tests. Any damage shall be confined to a
small part of the equipment.
Two ITU-T standards apply for most telecommunications
equipment connected to the network:
t*565,
t*565,
ITU-T K.20 is primarily for switching equipment powered
by the central office; however, for complex subscriber
equipment, test administrators may choose either K.20 or
K.21, depending on which is deemed most appropriate.
Table 3.25 shows the lightning surge test conditions for ITU
K.20. Figure 3.5 shows the connection schematic for the
lightning surge tests. Table 3.26 shows the power fault test
conditions for ITU K.20. Figure 3.6 shows the connection
schematic for the power fault tests. Table 3.27 and Table 3.28
show the same test conditions respectively for ITU K.21.
Table 3.25 K.20 Lightning Test Conditions for Telecom Equipment in Central Office/Remote Terminal
Voltage (10x700 μs)
Single Port Metallic
and Longitudinal
Basic/Enhanced
Multiple Ports
Longitudinal Only
Basic/Enhanced
Current (5x310 μs)
Basic/Enhanced
(A)
Repetitions *
Primary
Protection
Acceptance
Criteria
1 kV/1.5 kV
25/37.5
±5
None **
A
4 kV/4 kV
100/100
±5
Installed if used
A
* One-minute rest between repetitions
1.5 kV/1.5 kV
37.5/37.5
±5
None
A
4 kV/6 kV
100/150
±5
Installed if used
A
** Test not conducted if primary protection is used
Table 3.26 K.20 Power Fault Test Conditions for Telecom Type Ports, Metallic, and Longitudinal
Voltage
Basic/Enhanced
Current Basic/Enhanced
(A)
Duration
Basic/Enhanced
Repetitions *
Primary
Protection
Acceptance Criteria
Basic/Enhanced
600 V/600 V 50 Hz or 60 Hz
1/1
0.2 s
5
None
A/A
1/7.5
1 s/2 s
5
None
A/A
None
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/A
B/A
B/A
B/B
600/1.5 kV
50 Hz or 60 Hz
230/230 V -- 50 Hz or 60 Hz
23/23
11.5/11.5
5.75/5.75
2.875/2.875
1.44/1.44
0.77/0.77
0.38/0.38
0.23/0.23
15 min
* One-minute rest between repetitions
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Table 3.27 K.21 Lightning Test Conditions for Telecom Equipment on Customer Premises
Voltage (10x700 μs)
Single Port
Longitudinal (kV)
Basic/Enhanced
Metallic (kV)
Basic/Enhanced
Multiple Ports
Longitudinal Only (kV)
Basic/Enhanced
Current (5x310 μs)
Basic/Enhanced
(A)
Repetitions *
Primary
Protection
Acceptance
Criteria
37.5/150
±5
None
A ***
1.5/6 **
4/6
* One-minute rest between repetitions
1.5/1.5
1.5/1.5
4/6
4/6
** Reduce to 1.5 kV if SPD connects to Ground
100/150
±5
Installed if used
37.5/37.5
±5
None
100/150
±5
Installed if used
A
A ***
A
*** Does not apply if primary protectors are used
Table 3.28 K.21 Power Fault Test Conditions for Telecom Type Ports, Metallic, and Longitudinal
Voltage
Basic/Enhanced
Current Basic/Enhanced
(A)
Duration
Basic/Enhanced
Repetitions *
Primary
Protection
Acceptance Criteria
Basic/Enhanced
600 V / 600 V 50 Hz or 60 Hz
1/1
0.2 s
5
None
A/A
1/7.5
1 s/2 s
5
Installed if
used
A/A
None
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/A
B/A
B/A
B/B
600/1.5 kV
50 Hz or 60 Hz
23/23
11.5/11.5
5.75/5.75
2.875/2.875
1.44/1.44
0.77/0.77
0.38/0.38
0.23/0.23
230 V / 230 V 50 Hz or 60 Hz
15 min
1
* One-minute rest between repetitions
Enhanced power fault test condition of 1.5 kV 200 W 2
second test must meet the time current curve shown in
Figure 3.7.
Figure 3.5 Connection Appearances
Equipment Under Test
25 Ω
A
Decoupling
Elements
Surge
Generator
B
Figure 3.7 Test Voltage Versus Duration for Specific
Energy / Source Resistance
E
1600
a) Transversal test
1400
Equipment Under Test
1200
Test Voltage
25 Ω
A
Decoupling
Elements
Surge
Generator
B
R3 = 25 Ω
E
1000
V (200 Ω 10 A2s)
800
600
b) Longitudinal test
400
200
Figure 3.6 Connection Appearances (R = 10 Ω, 20 Ω,
40 Ω, 80 Ω, 160 Ω, 300 Ω, 600 Ω, and 1000 Ω
for the various power fault tests)
0
0
0.5
1
1.5
Duration
Equipment
Under Test
Ua.c.
R
A
R
B
E
Timing Circuit
Generator
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TIA-968-A (formerly known as FCC Part 68)
TIA-968-A (formerly known as FCC Part 68)
TIA-968-A applies to all terminal equipment connected to
the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) in the USA,
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Longitudinal Voltage Surge
The Type A and Type B Longitudinal Voltage Surges are
applied in both positive and negative polarity during all
operational states. The Type A surge is a 1500 V, 200 A peak
surge applied to the EUT with Tip and Ring tied together with
respect to Ground. The Type B Longitudinal Voltage Surge is
a simultaneous surge in which 1500 V and 37.5 A are applied
concurrently to Tip with respect to Ground and Ring with
respect to Ground, as presented in Table 3.29.
The purpose of TIA-968-A is to provide a set of uniform
standards to protect the telephone network from any
damage or interference caused by the connection of
terminal equipment. This standard includes environmental
simulations such as vibration tests, temperature and
humidity cycling, drop tests and tests for hazardous
voltages and currents, as well as tests for signal power
levels, line balance, on-hook impedance, and billing
protection. All these standards must be met before and
after the environmental tests are applied.
Note : Type B surge requirements guarantee only a minimum
level of surge protection. For long term reliability of
terminal equipment, consideration should be given to
complying with Type A surges operationally.
Overvoltage Test
TIA-968-A compliant equipment must undergo an overvoltage
test that includes a Type A and Type B Metallic Voltage Surge
and a Type A and Type B Longitudinal Voltage Surge. These
surges are part of the environmental simulation, and although
a provision does allow the EUT to reach an open circuit failure
mode during the Type A tests, failures must:
1. Arise from an intentional design that will cause the phone
to be either disconnected from the public network or
repaired rapidly
2. Be designed so that it is substantially apparent to the end
user that the terminal equipment is not operable [A common
example of an acceptable failure would be an open circuit
due to an open connection on either Tip or Ring.]
For Type B surges, equipment protection circuitry is not
allowed to fail. The EUT must be designed to withstand Type
B surges and continue to function in all operational states.
On-hook impedance measurements are made between
Tip and Ring and between Tip and Ground and Ring and
Ground. For all DC voltages up to and including 100 V, the DC
resistance measured must be greater than 5 MΩ. For all DC
voltages between 100 V and 200 V, the DC resistance must
be greater than 30 kΩ. The REN values are then determined
by dividing 25 MΩ by the minimum measured resistance up
to 100 V and by dividing 150 kΩ by the minimum measured
resistance between 100V and 200V.
The Type A and Type B Metallic Voltage Surges are applied
in both the positive and negative polarity across Tip and
Ring during all operational states (on-hook, off-hook,
ringing, and so on). The Type A surge is an 800 V, 100 A
peak surge while the Type B surge is a 1000 V, 25 A peak
surge, as presented in Table 3.29.
Table 3.29 TIA-968-A Voltage Surge
Peak
Voltage
(VPK)
Metallic A
±800
Longitudinal
±1500
A
Metallic B
±1000
Longitudinal
±1500
B
Rise &
Peak
Decay Time
Current
(Voltage
(A)
Waveform)
Rise &
Decay Time
(Current
Waveform)
Repetitions
Each
Polarity
10x560 μs
100
10x560 μs
1
10x160 μs
200
10x160 μs
1
9x720 μs
25
5x320 μs
1
9x720 μs
37.5
5x320 μs
1
Notes:
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Another important aspect of TIA-968-A is on-hook
impedance, which is affected by transient protection.
On-hook impedance is analogous to the leakage current
between Tip and Ring, and Tip, Ring, and Ground
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criteria for on-hook impedance and is listed as part of the
Ringer Equivalent Number (REN). The REN is the largest
of the unitless quotients not greater than five; the rating is
specified as the actual quotient followed by the letter of the
ringer classification (for example, 2B).
On-hook Impedance Measurements
Metallic Voltage Surge
Surge
Type
On-hook Impedance Limitations
On-hook impedance is also measured during the application
of a simulated ringing signal. This consists of a 40 V rms
through 150 V rms ringer signal at frequencies ranging from
15.3 Hz to 68 Hz superimposed on a
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current may not exceed 3 mA. In addition, the minimum DC
resistance measured between Tip and Ring must be greater
than 1600Ω, while the DC resistance measured between the
Tip and Ring conductors and Ground must be greater than
100 kΩ. The REN values for the simulated ringing test are
determined by dividing the maximum DC current flowing
between Tip and Ring by 0.6 mA, and by dividing 8000 Ω by
the minimum impedance value measured.
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TIA-968-B (formerly known as FCC Part 68)
TIA-968-B (formerly known as FCC Part 68)
TIA-968-B applies to all terminal equipment connected to
the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) in the USA,
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Table 3.29 TIA-968-B Voltage Surge
Surge
Type
The purpose of TIA-968-B is to provide a set of uniform
standards to protect the telephone network from any
damage or interference caused by the connection of
terminal equipment. This standard includes environmental
simulations such as vibration tests, temperature and
humidity cycling, drop tests and tests for hazardous
voltages and currents, as well as tests for signal power
levels, line balance, on-hook impedance, and billing
protection. All these standards must be met before and
after the environmental tests are applied.
Metallic A
Longitudinal
A
Metallic B
Longitudinal
B
Rise/Decay
time μs
800 - 880
6-10/560-860
100 - 115 5-10/560-760
±1
1500 - 1650 6-10 /160-260
200 - 230 5-10/160-210
±1
Peak
current
amps
Rise/Decay
time μs
Reps
1000 - 1100 9±2.7/720±144 25 - 27.5 5±1.5/320±64 ±1
1500 - 1650 9±2.7/720±144 37.5 – 41.3 5±1.5/320±64 ±1
Notes:
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surge generator.
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Overvoltage Test
TIA-968-B compliant equipment must undergo an
overvoltage test that includes a Type A and Type B Metallic
Voltage Surge and a Type A and Type B Longitudinal
Voltage Surge. These surges are part of the environmental
simulation, and although a provision does allow the EUT to
reach an open circuit failure mode during the Type A tests,
failures must:
Longitudinal Voltage Surge
The Type A and Type B Longitudinal Voltage Surges are
applied in both positive and negative polarity during all
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high as 1650 V, 230A peak surge while the Type B longitudinal
surge can be as high as 1650 V, 41.3 A peak surge, as
presented in Table 3.29. This longitudinal surge is applied to
the EUT with tip and ring connected together and surged
with respect to ground.
1. Arise from an intentional design that will cause the phone
to be either disconnected from the public network or
repaired rapidly
2. Be designed so that it is substantially apparent to the
end user that the terminal equipment is not operable [A
common example of an acceptable failure would be an
open circuit due to an open connection on either Tip or
Ring.]
For Type B surges, equipment protection circuitry is not
allowed to fail. The EUT must be designed to withstand Type
B surges and continue to function in all operational states.
The repetition rate contained in TIA-968-B is ± 1 for each
surge event. However, the companion test document
TSB-31-D (Rationale and Measurement Guidelines for U.S.
Network Protection )cites TIA-571-B (Electrical, Thermal,
Mechanical Environmental Performance Requirements),
which requires ± 4 surges for each Type A surge event and
± 8 surges for each Type B surge event. It also requires
incremental testing from 100 V to the maximum output
level in 100 V increments for Type A surges. Therefore,
engineering consideration should be made for surge
repetition rates greater than those specifically stated in TIA968-B.
Metallic Voltage Surge
The Type A and Type B Metallic Voltage Surges are applied
in both the positive and negative polarity across Tip and
Ring during all operational states (on-hook, off-hook,
ringing, and so on). The Type A metallic surge can be as
high as 880 V, 115A peak surge while the Type B metallic
surge can be as high as 1100 V, 27.5 A peak surge, as
presented in Table 3.29.
Note : Type B surge requirements guarantee only a minimum
level of surge protection. For long term reliability of
terminal equipment, consideration should be given to
complying with Type A surges operationally.
The repetition rate contained in TIA-968-B is ± 1 for each
surge event. However, the companion test document
TSB-31-D (Rationale and Measurement Guidelines for U.S.
Network Protection )cites TIA-571-B (Electrical, Thermal,
Mechanical Environmental Performance Requirements),
which requires ± 4 surges for each Type A surge event and
± 8 surges for each Type B surge event. It also requires
incremental testing from 100 V to the maximum output
level in 100 V increments for Type A surges. Therefore,
engineering consideration should be made for surge
repetition rates greater than those specifically stated in
TIA-968-B.
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Peak
Voltage
volts
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On-hook Impedance Limitations
Another important aspect of TIA-968-B is on-hook
impedance, which is affected by transient protection.
On-hook impedance is analogous to the leakage current
between tip to ring, tip to ground, and ring to ground
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on-hook impedance and is listed as part of the Ringer
Equivalent Number (REN). The REN is the largest of the
unitless quotients not greater than five; the rating is
specified as the actual quotient followed by the letter of the
ringer classification (for example, 2B).
On-hook Impedance Measurements
On-hook impedance measurements are made between
tip to ring, tip to ground, and ring to ground. For all DC
voltages up to and including 100 V, the DC resistance
measured must be greater than 5 MΩ. For all DC voltages
between 100 V and 200 V, the DC resistance must be
greater than 30 kΩ. The REN values are then determined
by dividing 25 MΩ by the minimum measured resistance
up to 100 V and by dividing 150 kΩ by the minimum
measured resistance between 100V and 200V.
On-hook impedance is also measured during the
application of a simulated ringing signal. This consists of
a 40 V rms through 150 V rms ringer signal at frequencies
ranging from 15.3 Hz to 68 Hz superimposed on a
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total DC current may not exceed 3 mA. In addition, the
minimum DC resistance measured between tip to ring
must be greater than 1600Ω, while the DC resistance
measured between the Tip and Ring conductors and
Ground must be greater than 100 kΩ. The REN values for
the simulated ringing test are determined by dividing the
maximum DC current flowing between tip to ring by 0.6
mA, and by dividing 8000 Ω by the minimum impedance
value measured.
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IEC 61000-4.2 to 4.5
IEC 61000-4-2, 4-4 and 4-5 Summary
Part 1: Introduction, definitions, & terminology
Part 2: Description & classification of the environment
Part 3: Emission & immunity limits
Part 4: Testing & measurement techniques
Part 5: Installation & mitigation guidelines
A summary of Part 4 from IEC 61000-4-2, 61000-4-4, &
61000-4-5 follows.
IEC 61000-4-2 Testing and measurement techniques – Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Immunity test
This standard defines test procedures to evaluate equipment ESD resistibility performance.
Figure 3.8 ESD generator schematic
Table 3.30 Test Levels
Level
Contact discharge
Air discharge
50-100 MΩ
330Ω
Voltage
1
2 kV
2 kV
2
4 kV
4 kV
3
6 kV
8 kV
4
8 kV
15 kV
X
Special
Special
dc HV
supply
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Table 3.31 Test waveform values
Level
Voltage
Initial current
peak value
1
2 kV
7.5A
2
4 kV
15 A
3
6 kV
22.5A
4
8 kV
30A
Rise
time
Current at
30 nS
Current
at 60 nS
4A
2A
0.7 to 1
8A
4A
12A
6A
16A
8A
Table 3.32 Guidelines for test level selection
Class
Relative
Humidity
as low as
Anti-static
material
1
35%
*
2 kV
2
10%
*
4 kV
3
50%
*
8 kV
4
10%
*
15 kV
Synthetic
material
Maximum
voltage
The test level chosen for a particular application should consider its installation and
environmental conditions.
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150 pF
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
IEC 61000-4.2 to 4.5
IEC 61000-4-4 Testing and measurement techniques – Electrical fast transient (EFT) Immunity test
This standard defines test procedures to evaluate equipment EFT resistibility performance.
Table 3.33 Test Levels
Level
Figure 3.9 EFT generator schematic
Power Ports kV
I/O ports kV
1
0.5
0.25
2
1
0.5
2
1
4
4
2
X
Special
Special
3
Repetition rate kHz
5 or 100
HV
supply
Table 3.34 Test waveform values
Set
voltage
VP
(open circuit)
VP (1 kΩ)
VP (50Ω)
250 V
250 V
240 V
125 V
500 V
500 V
480 V
250 V
1 kV
1 kV
950 V
500 V
2 kV
2 kV
1.9 kV
1 kV
4 kV
4 kV
3.8 kV
2 kV
Repetition rate
5 kHz or 100 kHz
Burst duration 15 mS ± 20% at 5 kHz, 0.75 mS ± 20% at 100 kHz, burst period 300 mS ±
20%; 5 nS ± 30% rise time, 50 nS ± 30% decay to half value time
Table 3.35 Guidelines for test level selection
Level
Environment
Description
1
Wellprotected
Shielded power cables, suppression of
all EFT in power supply & control circuits,
proper separation of application from
other environments
2
Adequatelyprotected
Physical separation of unshielded power
cables, partial suppression of EFT in
power supply & control circuits
3
Industrial
4
Severe
industrial
5
Special
Poor separation between power supply,
control, signal & communication cables,
no suppression of EFT in power supply &
control circuits
No separation between power supply,
control, signal & communication cables,
no suppression of EFT in power supply &
control circuits
Special situation that remain to be
analyzed
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R
RC (charging resistor)
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10 nF
M
(impedance matching)
CC
50Ω
coaxial
output
RS (impulse duration shaping resistor)
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
IEC 61000-4.2 to 4.5
IEC 61000-4-5 Testing and measurement techniques – Surge immunity (lightning surge effects) test
This standard defines test procedures to evaluate
equipment resistibility to uni-directional surges resulting
from electrical switching and nearby lightning strikes.
The switching transients are associated with power system
switching disturbances, and various system faults. The
lightning transients are associated with direct lightning
strokes to an outdoor circuit; indirect lightning strokes
such a cloud to cloud, and nearby lightning strikes.
Figure 3.10 – CWG simplified schematic
L
RC (charging resistor)
HV
supply
T
(rise time shaping inductor)
RM
(impedance matching)
CC
RS1
R
S2
(impulse duration
shaping resistor)
(impulse duration
shaping resistor)
Two different coupling methods are discussed in this
document:
1) capacitive coupling
Figure 3.11 – CCITT simplified schematic
2) arrestor coupling
Capacitive coupling is the preferred method for unbalanced
I/O circuits while arrestor coupling is the preferred
coupling method for unshielded balanced circuits (such as
telecommunication).
RC
(charging resistor)
HV
supply
Table 3.36 – Test Levels
Level
Open-circuit test voltage
1
500 V
2
1 kV
3
2 kV
4
4 kV
X
Special
20μF
15Ω
25Ω
50Ω
.2μF
Table 3.37 – Test waveform values
Waveform Description
CWG (combination
waveform generator)
CCITT
Voltage
waveform
Current
waveform
Output
impedance
Open circuit voltage
Short circuit current
Repetition rate
1.2 x 50 μS
8 x20 μS
2Ω
500 V to 4 kV
250 A to 2 kA
1/minute
10 x700 μS
5 x 320 μS
40 Ω
500 V to 4 kV
12.5 to 100 A
1/minute
Table 3.38 – Guidelines for test level selection
Table 3.39 – Test Level selection criteria
Class
Description
Test Levels
0
Well-protected, generally considered intra-bdlg (surge
voltage < 25 V)
Unbalanced
circuits
1
Partly protected (surge voltage < 500 V)
2
Cables well separated (surge voltage < 1000 V)
0
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3
Cables run in parallel (surge voltage < 2000 V)
1
NA
500 V
NA
500 V
NA
500 V
4
Outside connections running along with power (surge
voltage < 4000 V)
2
500 V
1 kV
500 V
1 kV
NA
1 kV
3
1 kV
2 kV
1 kV
2 kV*
NA
2 kV*
5
Telecommunication cables and overhead power lines in
non-dense populated areas
4
2 kV
4 kV
2 kV
4 kV*
NA
2 kV*
5
TBD
TBD
2 kV
4 kV*
NA
4 kV*
Class
Balanced circuits
metallic longitudinal metallic longitudinal metallic longitudinal
X
CLASS 0 – 4 uses the 1.2x50 / 8x20 CWG (10 Ω series added for
longitudinal tests on power ports and 40 Ω series added for metallic
tests on unshielded lines).
* tested with primary protection
CLASS 5 uses 1.2x50 / 8x20 CWG for power line ports & short
distance signal lines, the 10x700 / 5x320 CCITT generator for longdistance circuits
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Mainland China Standard—YD/T 950-1998
Mainland China Standard—YD/T 950-1998
YD/T 950-1998 establishes the technical requirements
and test methods for protection against overvoltages and
overcurrents on telecommunication switching equipment
for Mainland China.
Test Methods
This Standard is based on the ITU-T Recommendation K.20
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It was approved by the Ministry of Information Industry of
the People’s Republic of China on August 7, 1998 and has
been in effect since September 1, 1998.
Test procedure sequence is as follows:
All tests should be conducted in the following standard
atmospheric conditions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Technical Requirements
The following major transmission parameters and interface
feature parameters of the equipment should comply with
requirements contained in GF 002-9002 or YD 344:
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Power Line Induction
Without primary protection:
600 V, 1 A, 0.2 s applied between Tip and Ring to
Ground five times
After the following tests are conducted, the equipment
should provide normal communications functions and
comply with these requirements.
With primary protection:
600 V, 1 A, 1 s applied between Tip and Ring to Ground
five times
Without primary protection:
Time between successive events shall be one minute.
Characteristics and parameters shall be tested within 30
minutes after the completion of these events.
1. When the lightning waveform is 10/700 μs and the peak
voltage is 1 kV
2. When the induction voltage of the power line is
600 V rms and the duration is 0.2 s
Power Line Contact
Without primary protection:
With primary protection:
220 V rms @ 0.367 A, 1, 1 A, 22 A for 15 minutes
applied between Tip and Ring to Ground one time each
1. When the lightning waveform is 10/700 μs and the peak
voltage is 4 kV
2. When the induction voltage of the power line is
600 V rms and the duration is 1 s
With primary protection:
220 V rms 0.367 A for 15 minutes applied between
Tip and Ring to Ground five times
Without primary protection, the equipment should be
fireproof when it is in contact with power lines with a
voltage of 220 V rms for a duration of 15 minutes and
should provide normal communications functions after the
test.
ESD (electrostatic discharge)
±5 repetitions direct contact with one-second duration
between successive discharges
±5 repetitions indirect contact (0.1 m distance) with onesecond duration between successive discharges
After the equipment is tested for contact discharge at an
electrostatic voltage of 6 kV or for air discharge at 8 kV, it
should provide normal communications functions.
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Normal equipment operation
Characteristics and parameters
Simulation of lightning strike
Check of functions
Power line induction
Check of functions
Check of functions
ESD
Check of functions
Power line contact
Characteristics and parameters
For additional information, please refer to Table 3.40 and
3.41 on the following page.
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Table 3.40 – Simulation of Lightning Strike
V/I Waveform
Peak
Voltage
Peak
Current
Number of
Tests
Primary
Protection
10x700 / 5x310
1 kV
25 A
±5
No
Testing Terminals
Tip to Ring Grounded
Ring to Tip Grounded
10x700 / 5x310
1 kV
25 A
±5
No
Tip and Ring to Ground
10x700 / 5x310
1 kV
25 A
±5
No
Tip to Ring Grounded
10x700 / 5x310
4 kV
100 A
±5
Yes
Ring to Tip Grounded
10x700 / 5x310
4 kV
100 A
±5
Yes
Tip and Ring to Ground
10x700 / 5x310
4 kV
100 A
±5
Yes
Tip and Ring to Ground *
10x700 / 5x310
1 kV
25 A
±5
No
* Simultaneous surge for 50% of the ports
Table 3.41 – Waveform Parameters
Indicated
Voltage
Peak of Initiation of the
Discharge Currents
Ip
Time of Rising During Discharge
Switch On / Off
tr
Current at 20 ms
I1
Current at 60 ns
I2
6 kV
22.5 A ± 10%
0.7–1 ns
12 A ± 30%
6 A ± 30%
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Mainland China Standard—YD/T 993-1998
Mainland China Standard—YD/T 993-1998
YD/T 993-1998 establishes the technical requirements and
test methods for lightning protection of telecommunication
terminal equipment for Mainland China.
Table 3.42 Surge Simulations - Tip & Ring Connections
Voltage
and Current
Waveform
μs
Test
Voltage /
Current *
(kV/A)
10x700 / 5x310
1.5/37.5
10x700 / 5x310
1.5/37.5
10x700 / 5x310
1/25
10x700 / 5x310
1/25
10x700 / 5x310
1/25
10x700 / 5x310
1/25
Single Tip 10x700 / 5x310
and Ring Pair 10x700 / 5x310
4/100
Lightning Surge Test Conditions
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(1996) document very closely. This standard is the technical
basis for simulated lightning induced event testing
requirements for Telecommunication Terminal Equipment
such as modems, fax machines, telephone sets, and so on.
Metallic Test
Single
Tip and
Ring Pair
Without
Single Tip
Primary
and Ring Pair
Protection Longitudinal
Test
All Tip and
Ring Pair
Normal operation of EUT is not required during the
lightning surge simulation test. However, all functions
of the EUT should meet the requirements of relevant
standards after the completion of these tests. All lightning
surge simulation tests should be conducted at:
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Once the lightning surge simulation testing is completed,
an electric isolation test is conducted. The power is
removed from the unit for this test.
With
Single Tip
Primary
and Ring Pair
Protection Longitudinal
Test
All Tip and
Ring Pair
4/100
10x700 / 5x310
4/100
10x700 / 5x310
4/100
10x700 / 5x310
4/100
10x700 / 5x310
4/100
Table 3.43 Surge Simulations - Power Line Connections
Measure the insulation with 500 V dc voltage after the
completion of the insulation test. The resistance should be
no less than 2 MΩ.
Voltage
and Current
Waveform
μs
Test Voltage /
Current *
(kV/A)
Power
Line
1.2x50 / 8x20
1.5/750
1.2x50 / 8x20
1.5/750
Power
Line
1.2x50 / 8x20
1/83.3
1.2x50 / 8x20
1/83.3
Power
Line
1.2x50 / 8x20
4/2000
1.2x50 / 8x20
4/2000
Power
Line
1.2x50 / 8x20
4/333.3
1.2x50 / 8x20
4/333.3
Lightning Surge Test Conditions
Metallic Test
Without
Primary
Protection Longitudinal
Test
Metallic Test
With
Primary
Protection Longitudinal
Test
* All tests are conducted ±5 times with at least one minute between events.
Table 3.44 Electrical Insulation Test
Equipment
Type
Handheld
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Voltage /
Current
V&I Waveform
μs
Repetition
2.5 kV / 62.5 A
10x700 / 5x310
±5
Non-handheld 1.5 kV / 37.5 A
10x700 / 5x310
±5
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Mainland China Standard—YD/T 1082-2000
Mainland China Standard—YD/T 1082-2000
YD/T 1082-2000 establishes the technical specifications on
overvoltage and overcurrent protection of access network
equipment for Mainland China.
Figure 3.12 ESD Waveform
I
This Chinese Standard parallels the ITU-T K series. This
Standard specifies the technical requirements and test
methods for overvoltage and overcurrent protection and
the basic environmental adaptability of access network
equipment. This Standard does not deal with protection
against radiated electromagnetic fields.
Ip
0.9 Ip
I1
The specifications as presented here are a succinct
summary of the lightning surge, power fault, and ESD
testing required by this document.
I2
The ports of the Network equipment are classified into
five categories:
0.1 Ip
t
Ip
30 μs
60 μs
I. Ports used to connect the twisted pairs introduced from
outside of the building, namely analog user interface,
ISDN-BRA interface, ADSL interface, and so on
II. Twisted pair ports used to interconnect the different
equipment inside the building, namely V.24 interface, V.35
interface, 2048 kbits/s interface connected to twisted
pairs, 10/100 Base-T Ethernet interface, and so on
III. Coaxial cable port: 2048 kbits/s interface connected
to coaxial cables, ISDN-PRA interface, and so on
IV. AC Power interface
V. DC power interface
The sequence of testing shall follow this order:
EFT (Electrically Fast Transient)
Waveform of the generator should meet the requirements
of ITU-T K.34.
Table 3.46 EFT
ESD --> EFT --> simulation of lightning strike --> power line
induction --> power line contact
ESD Testing
Number of Ports
Tested
Port
Remote
Central Office
I
1
—
1 kV, 5 kHz, > 1 min
Test Conditions
II
1
1
1 kV, 5 kHz, > 1 min
III
1
1
1 kV, 5 kHz, > 1 min
IV
1
—
2 kV, 2.5 kHz, > 1 min
V
—
1
2 kV, 2.5 kHz, > 1 min
VI
—
1
2 kV, 2.5 kHz, > 1 min
The environmental conditions for ESD testing shall be:
Table 3.47 Lightning Surge Test Conditions
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Number of Ports
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Class of
Port
The waveform of the generator should meet the
requirements of YD/T 950 as shown in table 3.45.
Establish a communications link via any port of the EUT
before the test. The communications link should be
capable of normal use without being attended to manually
after the test.
Table 3.45 Waveform Parameters
Indicated
Voltage
6 kV
Peak of
Initiation
of the
Discharge
Currents
Ip
Time of Rising
During
Discharge
Switch On / Off
tr
22.5 A ±
30%
0.7–1 ns
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Central
Office
I
—
Voltage
and Current
Waveforms
μs
Amplitude *
3
10/700 – 5/310
4 kV
8
1.2/50 – 8/20
6 kV
Remote
II
1
1
1.2/50 – 8/20
500 V
III
1
1
1.2/50 – 8/20
500 V
IV
—
1
1.2/50 – 8/20
10 kV, 5 kA
V
1
1
1.2/50 – 8/20
500 V
* All tests are conducted ±5 times with at least one minute between events.
Current
at 20 ms
I1
12 A ±
30%
Current at
60 ns
I2
Table 3.48 Power Line Induction and Contact Testing
6 A ± 30%
Number of Ports
Tested
Port
Remote
Central Office
I
3
—
600 V, 600Ω, 50 Hz, 1 s
I
1
—
220 V, 50 Hz, 1 h,
600/200/10Ω
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Test Conditions
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People’s Republic of China
Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People’s Republic of China
Type testing and initial inspection of the factory and followup inspection similar to UL standards shall be required in
China. The formal application shall be submitted with the
following documents:
1. Circuit diagram and/or system block
2. List of critical components and/or materials
3. Description of the difference between the different
model/type of products in the same application unit.
4. Service manual and user’s manual in Chinese
5. Nameplate and warnings in Chinese
6. Other necessary documents
Standard
Testing standards are as follows:
1. GB4943-1995 Safety of Information Technology
Equipment Including Electrical Business Equipment
2. YD/T993 Technical Requirements and Test Methods of
Lightning Resistibility for Telecommunication Terminal
Equipment
3. GB9254-1998 Information Technology Equipment—
Radio Disturbance Characteristics –Limits and Methods
of Measurement
4. YD1103 Requirements and Measurement Methods of
Electromagnetic Compatibility for Cordless Telephone
5. YD1032 Limits and Measurement Methods of
Electromagnetic Compatibility for 900/1800 MHz Digital
Cellular Telecommunications System Part 1: Mobile
Station and Ancillary Equipment
6. YD1169.1 Requirement and Measurement Method
of Electromagnetic Compatibility for 800 MHz CDMA
Digital Cellular Telecommunications System Part 1:
Mobile Station and Ancillary Equipment
GB9254
Radiated emissions
Conducted emissions
YD1103
Radiated emissions
Conducted emissions
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) immunity
Radiated radio-frequency electromagnetic
field immunity
Electric fast transient / burst immunity
Immunity to conducted disturbance, induced
by radio-frequency fields
YD1032
Conducted spurious emissions
Radiated spurious emissions
Radiated emissions
Conducted emissions
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) immunity
Electric fast transient / burst immunity
Surge immunity
YD1169.1
Conducted spurious emissions
Radiated spurious emissions
Radiated emissions
Conducted emissions
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) immunity
Radiated radio-frequency electromagnetic
field immunity
Electric fast transient / burst immunity
Surge immunity
YD1103 only applies to cordless telephone and YD1032 applies
to GSM mobile terminal while YD1169.1 only applies to CDMA
mobile terminal.
These documents require:
1. Test items for safety
2. Testing items for lightning, lightning test of telecommunication interface, and lightning test of power line
3. Testing items for EMC
Note: The test items for safety shall include all appropriate
items specified in standards of GB4943-1995.
Circular Relevant to the Implementation of the
Compulsory Product Certification System
by the Certification and Accreditation Administration of the
People’s Republic of China (CNCA) December 3, 2001
The Compulsory Product Certification System (CPCS) is
jointly announced for statutory implementation by the
State General Administration for Quality Supervision and
Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of
China (AQSIQ) and the Certification and Accreditation
Administration of the People’s Republic of China (CNCA).
This new system consists of Regulations for Compulsory
Product Certification, Regulations for Compulsory Product
Certification Mark, and the First Catalogue of Products
Subject to Compulsory Certification (hereinafter referred
to as the Catalogue), and so on. The Old System, namely,
the Safety License System for Import Commodities
administered by the former State Administration for EntryExit Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of
China (CIQ), and the Compulsory Supervision System for
Product Safety Certification administered by the former
China State Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision
(CSBTS), will be replaced. The following circular is
announced concerning the transition from the Old System
to the New System.
The following parameters outline testing procedures for
lightning-induced surges and power fault events:
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10 A, 50 Hz, 1 s
5 A, 50 Hz, 30 s
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400 V on 1 kV/μs
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The following is actual text of the circular from the
Certification and Accreditation Administration of the
People’s Republic of China (CNCA).
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4. Supplements
1. The time when the New System is implemented and
the Old System is annulled Regulations for Compulsory
Product Certification stipulates that the New System
be implemented on May 1, 2002 and the Old System
be annulled on May 1, 2003 so as to ensure a smooth
transition and an effective safeguard of the legitimate
rights and interests of all the parties concerned.
2. Supervision of products applicable to either the New
System or the Old System
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Starting from May 1, 2003, the Catalogue products
either marketed by domestic manufacturers or
imported must obtain the certificate for compulsory
product certification (hereinafter referred to as the
New Certificate) and be applied China Compulsory
Certification mark (hereinafter referred to as the New
Mark) before they are imported or marketed.
2)
Starting from May 1, 2003, the sales outlets or
importers are not permitted to purchase, import
or sell the Catalogue products that do not bear
the New Certificate and the New Mark. Whereby
the Catalogue products that are purchased or
imported before April 30, 2003 and bear either the
Import Safety License and CCIB Mark or the Safety
Certificate and the Great Wall Mark (hereinafter
referred to as the Old Certificate and the Old Mark)
may still be sold under the supervision of the AQSIQ
local branches with which such products are filed.
2)
The cost incurred for the New Certificate an the New
Mark referred to in 4.1 will be borne by the applicant
based on the actual items required according to the fee
chart of the New System.
Article 1
Based on relevant laws and regulations covering product
safety licensing and product quality certification so as to
improve and enhance regulatory functions in the field of
compulsory product certification as well as to effectively
safeguard national and public interests in a feasible
manner, the following regulations are announced for
statutory implementation in accordance with the functions
of the State General Administration for Quality Supervision
and Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic
of China (AQSIQ) and the Certification and Accreditation
Administration of the People’s Republic of China (CNCA)
authorized by the State Council.
Starting from May 1, 2003, if the Catalogue products
that have obtained the New Certificate and the New
Mark need continue to use the outer packing applied
with the Old Mark, they can be marketed or imported
only when the New Mark is applied along with the
Old Mark.
Article 2
The Compulsory Product Certification System (hereinafter
referred to as CPCS) is applied to products related to
human life and health, animals, plants, environmental
protection and national security.
Prior to April 30, 2003, the Catalogue products
for which the Old Certificate and the Old Mark is
compulsory can be marketed or imported by either
the Old Certificate and the Old Mark or the New
Certificate and the New Mark.
Article 3
Authorized by the State Council, CNCA is in charge of
nation-wide certification and accreditation activities.
Starting from May 1, 2002, with regard to products
for which the Old Certificate and the Old Mark was
compulsory but being no longer covered by the
Catalogue this time, the Old Certificate and the Old
Mark will not be required when they are marketed or
imported.
Article 4
With regard to CPCS, one Catalogue of Products Subject to
Compulsory Product Certification (hereinafter referred to as
the Catalogue), one set of applicable technical regulations,
national standards and conformity assessment procedures,
one obligatory mark and one structural fee chart will be
announced for statutory implementation.
Starting from May 1, 2002, the certification bodies
designated by CNCA (hereinafter referred to as DCBs)
begin to accept applications for the New Certificate
and the New Mark relevant to the Catalogue products
and will no longer accept applications for the Old
Certificate and the Old Mark.
Article 5
Any product covered by the Catalogue must first be
certified by a certification body designated by relevant
competent authorities (hereinafter referred to as DCB). The
subject product must obtain the certificate and be applied
the certification mark before it can be marketed, imported
or used for any commercial purposes.
Prior to April 30, 2002, the Catalogue products
for which the Old Certificate and the Old Mark
is compulsory may continue to apply for the Old
Certificate and the Old Mark.
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With regard to the Catalogue products for which
the application has already been filed but the Old
Certificate is yet to be granted, or for which the Old
Certificate has been granted, the New Certificate and
the New Mark can be granted upon further application
by the applicant and the confirmation of the product’s
qualification by the DCB.
Regulations for Compulsory Product Certification
Chapter I General Provisions
3. The acceptance of the certification application
1)
1)
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UL 497
UL 497
UL 497 Series of Safety Standards
Performance Tests
The UL 497 series is a family of three safety standards that
provides requirements for protection devices used in lowvoltage circuits.
Key performance tests which concern overvoltage protectors
are detailed in the arrester test section. Requirements are:
t Breakdown Voltage Measurement—Arresters are to
be tested in the protector blocks or panels in which they
are intended to be employed. Arresters are required to
break down within ±25% of the manufacturer’s specified
breakdown rating. In no case shall the breakdown voltage
exceed 750 V peak when subjected to the strike voltage
test. (Figure 3.13) At no time during this test will the supply
voltage be increased at a rate greater than 2000 V/μs.
t Impulse Spark-over Voltage Measurement—The arrester
must break down at less than 1000 V peak when subjected
to a single impulse potential. Arresters are to be tested in
each polarity with a rate of voltage rise of 100 V/μs, ±10%.
t Abnormal Operation—Single pair fuseless arresters must
be able to simultaneously carry 30 A rms at
480 V rms for 15 minutes without becoming a fire hazard.
A fire hazard is determined by mounting the arrester on
a vertical soft wood surface and covering the unit with
cheesecloth. Any charring or burning of the cheesecloth
results in test failure. During this test, although the arresters
may short, they must not have an impulse spark-overvoltage
or DC breakdown voltage greater than 1500 V peak.
t Discharge Test—Protectors must comply with the
strike voltage requirements after being subjected to five
successive discharges from a 2 μF capacitor charged to 1000
V dc. (Figure 3.14).
t Repeated Discharge Test—The arrester must continue
to break down at or below its maximum rated breakdown
voltage after being subjected to 500 discharges from a
0.001 μF capacitor charged to a potential of 10,000 V dc. The
interval between pulses is five seconds. Arresters are to be
tested in each polarity, and it is acceptable for the protector
to short circuit following the discharge testing. (Figure 3.14)
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used in paired communications circuits.
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or multiple pair-type communications circuits.
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communication and fire alarm circuits.
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equipment side of a primary protector, also known
as the protected side of the circuit (typically current
activated devices such as TBUs.)
The focus of UL 497 is to ensure that paired
communication circuit protectors do not become a fire
or safety hazard. The requirements in UL 497 cover any
protector that is designed for paired communications
circuits and is employed in accordance with Article 800
of the National Electric Code. The protectors covered in
UL 497 include solid state primary and station protectors.
These circuit protectors are intended to protect equipment,
wiring, and service personnel against the effects of
excessive voltage potential and currents in the telephone
lines caused by lightning, power fault, power induction, and
rises in Ground potential.
UL 497 Construction and Performance Requirements
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requirements:
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R1
50,000 Ω 25 W
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requirements:
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R2
10 Ω 5 W
V
Test
Specimen
Variable DC Supply
0-1000 V
Figure 3.14 UL 497 Discharge Test
Variable
R1
DC Supply * 5 MΩ
0-12,000 V
50 W
R2
10 Ω
5W
Spot
Switch
C1
*Or Voltage Capability Necessary to
Develop 10,000 V Across Capacitor
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Test
Specimen
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UL 497A
UL 497A
UL 497A addresses secondary protectors for use in single
or multiple pair-type communication circuits intended to
be installed in accordance with Article 800 of the National
Electric Code (NEC) and to have an operating voltage of
less than 150 V rms with respect to Ground. The purpose
of UL 497A is to help reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
or injury resulting from the deployment and use of these
protectors. UL 497A requirements do not cover telephone
equipment or key systems.
UL 497A Construction, Risk of Injury, and Performance
Requirements
Performance Tests
The following key performance tests relate to overvoltage
protection of the secondary protectors:
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requirements:
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t
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t
t
1. Impulse Voltage Measurement Test—Secondary
protectors must break down within ±25% of the
manufacturer’s breakdown rating when tested in each
polarity with a rate of voltage rise of 100 V/μs, ±10%.
Note that the manufacturer may assign separate
breakdown voltage ratings for the Breakdown Voltage
Measurement Test. This requirement only applies to
secondary protectors that connect between Tip and
Ring of the telephone loop.
2. Breakdown Voltage Measurement Test—Secondary
protectors must break down within ±25% of the
manufacturer’s breakdown rating when tested in each
polarity with a rate of voltage rise no greater than
2000 V/s. The secondary protector is to be mounted
in accordance with the manufacturer’s installation
instructions and then subjected to the test circuit
shown in Figure 3.15. This requirement applies only to
secondary protectors connected between Tip and Ring
or Tip/Ring and Ground of the telephone loop.
3. Overvoltage Test—Secondary protectors must limit
current and extinguish or open the telephone loop
without loss of its overvoltage protector, indication
of fire risk, or electric shock. Upon completion of this
test, samples must comply with the Dielectric Voltagewithstand Test.
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requirements:
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The overvoltage test is used to determine the effects on
secondary protectors and is shown in Table 3.48. Test
connections are shown in Figure 3.16.
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Test Compliance
Compliance with the overvoltage test is determined by meeting the following criteria:
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withstand requirements after the completion of the
overvoltage tests
Table 3.48 UL 497A Overvoltage Test
Test
L1
Voltage
(VRMS)
600
Current
(A)
40
Time
Comments
1.5 s
(Note 1, Figure 4.11)
L2
600
7
5s
(Note 1, Figure 4.11)
L3
600
2.2, 1, 0.5, 0.25
30 min at each current level
(Note 2, Figure 4.11)
L4
200 V rms or just below
the breakdown voltage of the
overvoltage protection device
2.2 A or just below the
interrupt value of the current
interrupting device
30 min
(Note 2, Figure 4.11)
L5
240
24
30 min
(Note 1, Figure 4.11)
Notes:
1. Apply Tests L1, L2, and L5 between Tip and Ground or Ring and Ground.
2. Apply Tests L3 and L4 simultaneously from both Tip and Ring to Ground.
Figure 3.15 UL 497A Breakdown Voltage
Measurement Test
R1
50,000 Ω 25 W
Figure 3.16 UL 497A Overvoltage Test
Circuit for Common Mode (Longitudinal)
Overvoltage Tests
R2
10 Ω 5 W
C1
Variable DC Supply
0-1000 V
Current
Limiting
Resistors
Secondary Protector
Simulator or
Wiring Station
V
Equipment
Under Test
Test
Specimen
Timed
Switch
Variable
AC Voltage
Source
Equipment
Ground
Circuit for Differential Mode (Metallic)
Overvoltage Tests
Current
Limiting
Resistor
Timed
Switch
Variable
Voltage
Source
Equipment
Ground
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Secondary Protector
Simulator or
Wiring Station
Telecommunication Equipment
Network Connection
Under Test
Points
Equipment
Ground
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
UL 497B
UL 497B
UL 497B provides requirements for protectors used in
communication and fire alarm circuits. This standard does
not cover devices for primary protection or protection
devices used on telephone lines. SIDACtor® devices are
components recognized in accordance with UL 497B under
UL file number E133083.
Performance Requirements Specific to
SIDACtor® Devices
Construction and Performance Requirements
2. Endurance Conditioning—Protectors are subjected to
50 impulse cycles. Each cycle is a 1000 V peak, 10 A,
10x1000 μs pulse. Pulses are applied in one polarity at
10-second intervals and then repeated in the opposite
polarity.
1. Strike Voltage Breakdown Test—Protectors are
required to break down within the manufacturer’s
specified breakdown range or within 10% of a nominal
single breakdown voltage rating. (Figure 3.17)
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requirements:
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3. Variable Ambient Conditioning—Protectors must
comply with the strike voltage requirements after being
subjected to an ambient temperature of 0 °C for four
hours and again after being subjected to an ambient
temperature of 49 °C for an additional four hours.
4. Discharge Test—Protectors must comply with strike
voltage requirements after being subjected to five
successive discharges from a 2 μF capacitor charged to
1000 V dc. (Figure 3.18)
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requirements:
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5. Repeated Discharge Test—Protectors must not break
down at a voltage higher than the manufacturer’s
maximum rated breakdown voltage nor lower than
rated stand-off voltage after being subjected to 500
discharges from a 0.001 μF capacitor charged to 10,000
V dc. The discharges are applied in five-second intervals
between one side of the protector and Ground. Upon
completion of the discharge tests, protectors are once
again required to meet the strike voltage requirement.
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R1
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Variable
R1
DC Supply * 5 MΩ
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R2
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C1
Variable DC Supply
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UL 497C
UL 497C
UL 497C requirements cover protectors for use on coaxial
cable circuits. This standard covers construction and
performance requirements.
Performance Requirements Specific to
SIDACtor® Devices
1. Strike Voltage Breakdown Test—Protectors
are required to break down within ±25% of the
manufacturer’s specified breakdown range but no higher
than 750 V at ≤ 2 kV/s rise time.
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500 impulse cycles. Each cycle is a 1000 V peak, 10 A,
10x1000 μs pulse. Pulses are applied in one polarity at
10-second intervals and then repeated in the opposite
polarity. Then, 100 cycles of 1000 V peak, 100 A,
10x1000 μs pulse are applied to three new protectors.
Finally, two cycles of 1000 V peak, 5000 A, 8x20 μs
pulse are applied to three new protectors, with a rest
period of one minute between surges.
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3. Variable Ambient Conditioning—Protectors must
comply with the strike voltage requirements after being
subjected to an ambient temperature of 25 °C for four
hours and again after being subjected to an ambient
temperature of 90 °C for an additional four hours.
4. Discharge Test—Protectors must comply with strike
voltage requirements after being subjected to a
discharge of 1000 V, 100 ± 10 V/μs, 10 A impulse.
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UL 497D
UL 497D
Compliance with this test is based on the following
conditions being met:
UL 497D covers secondary protector components for
communications circuits located on the equipment side of
a primary protector, also known as the protected side of
the circuit. With a few exceptions, these devices shall also
comply with all the requirements of UL 497A.
a) There shall be no ignition or charring of the cheesecloth
indicator.
b) Based on the wiring simulator that is used:
These components provide voltage and/or current
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limit current to the capacity of the protected wiring,
however; they do not provide protection against excessive
currents that may flow during the operation of the primary
protection device. Thus, additional overcurrent protection
prior to the voltage suppression device may be required.
1) The fuse or device used as the wiring simulator
(MDQ 1-6/10) shall not interrupt the current during
the test or
2) When a No. 26 AWG (0.13 mm2) solid copper wire
is used as the wiring simulator, it shall not fuse
open and shall not cause ignition or charring of the
cheesecloth indicator.
c) The secondary protector shall comply with the
Dielectric Voltage-Withstand Test:
The overvoltage test of UL 497A, Section 27, are to be
performed using a reduced test voltage based on the
voltage ratings of the component being tested. These tests
are:
1) one minute, without breakdown, the application of
40-70 Hz AC, between live parts and the enclosure;
live parts and exposed dead-metal parts; and live
parts of circuits operating at different potentials or
frequencies. The test potential shall be:
a) Test L1 – @ Voltage rating of device, 40A, 1.5 S.
b) Test L2 – @ Voltage rating of device, 7A, 5 S.
a) For a unit rated 30 volts AC rms (42.2 volts AC
peak) or less – 500 volts
c) Test L3 – @ Voltage rating of device, 2.2A, 30 M (and
1.0A, 0.5A, & 0.25A)
b) For a unit rated between 31 and 150 volts AC
rms – 1000 volts
d) Test L4 – 200V, 2.2A, 30 M or, when the equipment
contains voltage-limiting devices operating between
200 and 600 volts AC, and the secondary protector
employs other components that can be affected by
the fault; at a voltage value just below the breakdown
point of the overvoltage device is to be used. When
the secondary protector contains current interrupting
devices operating below 2.2 amperes, a current value
just below the interrupting point of such device is
to be used. This test is conducted for a minimum
of thirty minutes. The test may be ended when
during the trial it can be verified that the sample
has mechanically disconnected the test current as
described for Test L3.
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UL 60950-1 2nd Edition
UL 60950-1 2nd Edition
It defines three classes of equipment:
tClass 1—protection achieved by basic insulation
tClass 2—protection achieved by double or reinforced
insulation
t Class 3—protection relying upon supply from SELV
circuits (voltages up to 40 V peak or 60 V dc)
UL 60950-1 1st edition replaced UL 60950 effective July
1, 2006. UL 60950-1 2nd edition will effectively replace
UL 60950-1 1st edition December 1, 2010. This 2nd Edition
version made several changes but the most important ones
to consider for telcom related applications are:
1) the reduced minimum clearances and creepage distances
2) pollution degree 2 and 3 clearance dimensions were
modified so they now agree with the IEC 60664-1 Table G.2
values and
3) ringing signals test procedure for FCC Part 68 were corrected
UL 60950-1 also defines five categories of insulation:
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2006, meaning that new products submitted after that date
will be evaluated using the 1st edition version. However,
products submitted after December 1, 2010 will be
evaluated using the 2nd edition version. Therefore, between
July 2006 and December 2010, the equipment may be
tested to either 1st or 2nd edition. Products certified by UL to
requirements prior to these effective dates may continue to
be certified without further reinvestigation unless otherwise
indicated specifically by UL.
UL 60950-1 Terminology
The following definitions assist in understanding UL 60950-1:
Creepage distance is the shortest distance between
two conductors, measured along the surface of the
insulation. DC voltages are included in determining the
working voltage for creepage distances. (The peak value
of any superimposed ripple or short disturbances, such
as cadenced ringing signals, shall be ignored.) Clearance
distance is the shortest distance between two conductive
parts or between a conductive part and the outer surface
of the enclosure measured through air. DC voltages and
the peak value of any superimposed ripple are included in
determining the working voltage for clearance distances.
Creepage and clearance distances are subject to the
pollution degree of the equipment:
The Technical Harmonization Committee (THC) 62368 is
considering the development of a new U.S./Canadian binational standard based on a new IEC Standard (February
2010 expected completion date). The IEC is developing a
new hazard-based standard for Audio/Video, Information
Technology and Communication Technology Equipment,
which will eventually replace the existing Telcom Standard
(IEC 60950-1) and the Audio/Video Standard (IEC 60065).
This safety standard is intended to prevent injury or harm
due to electrical shock, energy hazards, fire, heat hazards,
mechanical hazards, radiation hazards, and chemical hazards.
After the divestiture of the AT&T/Bell system, the National
Electric Code (NEC) implemented Article 800-4, which
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in order to ensure electrical safety. A manufacturer
can meet this requirement by listing their product with
Underwriters Laboratories under UL 60950-1 (based on
IEC 60950-1,). The NEC requires all telecommunication
wiring that enters a building to pass through a primary
protector, which is designed to limit AC transients in excess
of 600 V rms. These transients are due to the fact that
telephone lines run in close proximity to AC power lines.
Most telecommunication equipment uses a secondary
overvoltage protector such as the SIDACtor® device. The
secondary devices typically limit transients in excess of 350
V rms. Therefore, a potentially dangerous condition exists
because of the voltage threshold difference of the primary
protector and the secondary protector. To minimize this
danger, compliance with UL 60950-1 is required. UL 609501 covers equipment with a rated voltage (primary power
voltage) not exceeding 600 V and equipment designed to be
installed in accordance with the NEC NFPA 70. This standard
does not apply to air-conditioning equipment, fire detection
equipment, power supply systems, or transformers.
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pollution or to dry non-conductive pollution, which could
become conductive due to expected condensation
UL 60950-1 defines a secondary circuit as a circuit with no
direct connection to a primary circuit and defines a primary
circuit as a circuit directly connected to the ac mains supply.
SELV (Secondary Electrical Low Voltage) Secondary circuit
whose voltage values do not exceed a safe value (voltage
less than hazardous levels of 42.4 V peak or 60 V dc);
regarded as not hazardous under dry conditions for an area
of contact equivalent to the size of a human hand
TNV Telecommunication Network Voltage (a secondary circuit)
(please refer to Table 3.49 on next page)
TNV-1 This is a TNV circuit with normal operating voltages
that do not exceed SELV limits and has exposure to
overvoltages
TNV-2 This is a TNV circuit with normal operating voltages
that do not exceed SELV limits and has no exposure to
overvoltages
TNV-3 This is a TNV circuit with normal operating voltages
that exceed SELV limits and has exposure to overvoltages
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UL 60950-1 2nd Edition
To ensure safe operating conditions of equipment, UL
60950-1 focuses on the insulation rating of the circuit(s)
under consideration. Tables 3.50 and 3.51 (next page)
indicate the required creepage and clearance distances
depending on material group, pollution degree, working
voltage and maximum transient voltage in the secondary
circuit. For a typical telecommunication application with
a working voltage of 200 V, pollution degree 2, material
group IIIb, the creepage distance is 2 mm. In this example,
the clearance distance would be 1.8 mm if the transients
are limited to values less than 800 V but allowed to go
higher than 71 V (and no special quality control program is
in place). This clearance distance is intended to prevent
arcing during overvoltage events. IF the minimum
creepage distance derived from these tables is less than
the applicable minimum clearance distance, then that
clearance distance would be used.
UL 60950-1 Terminology (continued)
When determining the working voltage for TNV-2 & 3, it is
assumed to be 120V dc unless it is specifically known for the
application. For a TNV, it is assumed to be 60V dc, unless it
is specifically known for the application. Telephone ringing
signals are NOT taken into account for this determination.
Table 3.49 TNV Levels
Normal operating voltages
Overvoltages from
TELECOMMUNICATION
NETWORKS possible?
Within
SELV CIRCUIT
limits
Exceeding
SELV CIRCUIT
limits but within
TNV CIRCUIT limits
Yes
TNV-1CIRCUIT
TNV-3 CIRCUIT
No
SELV CIRCUIT
TNV-2 CIRCUIT
The highest transient voltage in a TNV-1 or TNV-3 circuit is
determined by applying a 10x700 μS voltage waveshape
surge event with an open circuit value of 1.5 kV and a 5x310
current waveshape with a short circuit value of 37.5A. For a
TNV-2 circuit, this highest transient voltage is determined
by applying a 10x700 μS voltage waveshape surge event
with an open circuit value of 800 V and a 5x310 current
waveshape with a short circuit value of 20A. These surges
are applied 3 to 6 times in each polarity with a minimum of
one second between impulses across:
1) the positive and negative supply points
2) between all supply points joined together and
protective earth
3) between tip and ring and
4) then between tip and ring joined together and earth.
A coated PCB may use the smaller separation distances as
provided in the table below IF its manufacturing process is
subjected to a quality control program that assures double
insulation and reinforced insulation compliance.
Table 3.52
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PEAK WORKING
VOLTAGE
≤X
V peak
FUNCTIONAL, BASIC or
SUPPLEMENTARY
INSTALATION
mm
REINFORCED
INSULATION
mm
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90
0.1
0.2
180
0.2
0.4
230
0.3
0.6
285
0.4
0.8
355
0.6
1.2
455
0.8
1.6
570
1.0
2.0
710
1.3
2.6
895
1.8
3.6
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
UL 60950-1 2nd Edition
Table 3.50 Minimum clearances in secondary circuits (mm)
CLEARANCES in mm
PEAK
WORKING
VOLTAGE
X≤
Highest transient overvoltage in the SECONDARY CIRCUIT (V peak)
X ≤ 71V
71V < X ≤ 800V
X ≤ 800V
1 and 2
V
71
140
210
280
420
800V < X ≤ 1500V
1500V < X ≤ 2500V
Pollution Degree
F
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
B/S
0.4
-0.2
0.7
(0.2)
0.7
(0.2)
1.1
(0.2)
1.4
(0.2)
R
0.8
(0.4)
1.4
(0.4)
1.4
(0.4)
2.2
(0.4)
2.8
(0.4)
F
0.2
0.2
0.2
3
B/S
0.7
(0.2)
0.7
(0.2)
0.9
(0.2)
R
1.4
(0.4)
1.4
(0.4)
1.8
(0.4)
F
0.8
0.8
0.8
B/S
1.3
(0.8)
1.3
(0.8)
1.3
(0.8)
1 and 2
R
2.6
(1.6)
2.6
(1.6)
2.6
(1.6)
F
0.5
0.5
0.5
B/S
1.0
(0.5)
1.0
(0.5)
1.0
(0.5)
3
R
2.0
(1.0)
2.0
(1.0)
2.0
(1.0)
F
0.8
0.8
0.8
B/S
1.3
(0.8)
1.3
(0.8)
1.3
(0.8)
1, 2 and 3
R
2.6
(1.6)
2.6
(1.6)
2.6
(1.6)
F
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
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1.5
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B/S
2.0
(1.5)
2.0
(1.5)
2.0
(1.5)
2.0
(1.5)
2.0
(1.5)
R
4.0
(3.0)
4.0
(3.0)
4.0
(3.0)
4.0
(3.0)
4.0
(3.0)
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Note: F = Functional B = Basic S = Supplementary R = Reinforced D = Double
Table 3.51 Minimum creepage distances (mm)
CREEPAGE DISTANCES in mm
Pollution degree
RMS
WORKING
VOLTAGE
≤X
1
2
1
2
3
Material group
Printed boards
Other materials
I, II, IIIa,
IIIb
I, II, IIIa
I, II, IIIa,
IIIb
I
II
IIIa, IIIb
I
II
IIIa, IIIb
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0.08
0.4
0.4
0.4
1.0
1.0
1.0
12.5
0.025
0.04
0.09
0.42
0.42
0.42
1.05
1.05
1.05
16
0.025
0.04
0.1
0.45
0.45
0.45
1.1
1.1
1.1
20
0.025
0.04
0.11
0.48
0.48
0.48
1.2
1.2
1.2
25
0.025
0.04
0.125
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.25
1.25
1.25
32
0.025
0.04
0.14
0.53
0.53
0.53
1.3
1.3
1.3
40
0.025
0.04
0.16
0.56
0.8
1.1
1.4
1.6
1.8
50
0.025
0.04
0.18
0.6
0.85
1.2
1.5
1.7
1.9
63
0.04
0.06
0.2
0.63
0.9
1.25
1.6
1.8
2.0
80
0.063
0.10
0.22
0.67
0.9
1.3
1.7
1.9
2.1
100
0.1
0.16
0.25
0.71
1.0
1.4
1.8
2.0
2.2
125
0.16
0.25
0.28
0.75
1.05
1.5
1.9
2.1
2.4
160
0.25
0.40
0.32
0.8
1.1
1.6
2.0
2.2
2.5
200
0.4
0.63
0.42
1.0
1.4
2.0
2.5
2.8
3.2
250
0.56
1.0
0.56
1.25
1.8
2.5
3.2
3.6
4.0
320
0.7
1.6
0.75
1.6
2.2
3.2
4.0
4.5
5.0
400
1.0
2.0
1.0
2.0
2.8
4.0
5.0
5.6
6.3
500
1.3
2.5
1.3
2.5
3.6
5.0
6.3
7.1
8.0
630
1.8
3.2
1.8
3.2
4.5
6.3
8.0
9.0
10
800
2.4
4.0
2.4
4.0
5.6
8.0
10
11
12.5
The Material Groups are defined as:
Material Group I
CTI ≥ 600
Material Group II 600 > CTI ≥ 400
Material Group IIIa 400 > CTI ≥ 175
Material Group IIIb 175 > CTI ≥ 100
If the Material Group is not known, then Material Group IIIb shall be assumed.
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UL 60950-1 2nd Edition
Clause 6.1.2 Separation of the telecommunication network
from earth contains the following test requirements:
an open circuit value of 1.5 kV and a 5x310 current
waveshape with a short circuit value of 37.5A between
all tip and rings connected together and earth ground
connection of the EUT (with a minimum of 60 S
between surge events); surge suppressors are allowed
to operate
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supply > 130 V, a 1.5 kV insulation test is conducted
with surge suppressors bridging the insulation barrier
removed (applied between tip/ring and earth)
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waveshape with a short circuit value of 37.5A between
all tip and rings connected together and any other
conductors that are intended to be connected to other
equipment all tied together (with a minimum of 60 S
between surge events); surge suppressors are allowed
to operate
2) For applications where the nominal ac mains
supply < 130 V, a 1 kV insulation test is conducted
with surge suppressors bridging the insulation barrier
removed (applied between tip/ring and earth)
3) IF the surge suppressors were removed then the tip
and ring leads are connected together with surge
suppressors connected and:
a) for case #1 above a 230 V 50 /60 Hz signal is
applied through a 5 k ohm resistor between them
and protective earth with surge suppressors
connected. The current must be < 10 mA.
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applied through a 5 k ohm resistor between them
and protective earth with surge suppressors
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prescribed voltage and held at that value for 60 S.
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These separation requirements do NOT apply to any of the
following:
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equipment type B
ANNEX C of UL 60950-1 covers transformers
2) equipment that is intended to be installed by a service
person and has instructions requiring the equipment
be connected to a socket-outlet with a protective
earthing connection OR
The secondary side is loaded for maximum heating effect.
The maximum working voltage is applied to the primary.
The DC peak value of any superimposed ripple shall be
included. The permitted temperature limits for the windings
depend on the classifications listed at right:
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connected earthing conductor and is provided with
instructions for installation of that conductor
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checked by testing to one of these two categories. This is
intended to protect users from overvoltages on the telcom
network.
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between surge events)
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3.19 refer respectively to Tests L1 and M1, L2 and M2, L3
and M3, L4 and M4, and L5 shown in Table 3.53.
Overvoltage Flowchart
The overvoltage flowchart in Figure 3.19 shows specific
guidelines for determining overvoltage requirements
applicable to telcom applications that use outside cable
exposed to power line fault conditions. These overvoltage
events can be the result of
These tests are designed to simulate the following:
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fault to a multi-earth neutral
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line (4 kV to approximately 50 kV),
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telecommunications cable
b) induction from a distribution power line fault to earth,
c) EPR (earth potential rise) due to power line fault
current flowing to earth, and
Table 3.53 UL 60950 Overvoltage Test
d) contact with 120 V power line.
The worse case protection for inside wiring with 3-mil
carbon blocks can result in a maximum longitudinal voltage
of 600 V. Asymmetrical operation of these carbon blocks
result in transverse (differential or metallic) voltages up to
this 600 V. Furthermore, a high impedance power line fault
to earth can result in a maximum induced current of 2.2A.
Induction or EPR events can cause a maximum current
event of 7A enduring for up to 5 S. A power line contact
with a shielded telephone cable can result in an I2t of 2,400
A2-S. A 40 A, 1.5 S event is considered the worst case. A
120 V power line cross with a telephone line can deliver
up to 25 A to the telephone wiring, limited by the wiring
impedance.
Test
Voltage (VRMS)
Current (A)
Time
L1
600V
40
1.5 s
L2
600V
7
5s
L3
600V
2.2
See Note 2
Reduce to 135%
fuse rating
L4
See Note 1
2.2
See Note 2
Reduce to 135%
fuse rating
L5
120V
25
See Note 2
M1
600V
40
1.5 s
M2
600V
7
5s
M3
600V
2.2
See Note 2
Reduce to 135%
fuse rating
M4
See Note 1
2.2
See Note 2
Reduce to 135%
fuse rating
Figure 3.19 Overvoltage Flowchart
Connects to
Outside Cable?
No
Notes:
1 Voltage < conduction voltage of protection
2 Test for 30 minutes or until an open circuit occurs unless it appears possible that risk of fire or
safety hazard may result; then continue test until ultimate results are obtained (maximum 7 hours).
General Notes:
- ISDN S/T interface only L1, L2, L5, M1, and M2.
- If Test 3 resulted in open condition, bypass the fuse, reduce current to 135% of the fuse rating and
continue the test.
- L4 and M4 are conducted at a voltage level just below Vs only if SIDACtor® VS ≥285 VS.
- For test conditions M1, L1, M5, and L5 a wiring simulator (MDL 2 A fuse) is used.
- Compliance means no ignition or charring of the cheesecloth, and/or wiring simulator does not open.
- Tests 2, 3, and 4 are required only if the unit is not a fire enclosure.
- EUT shall continue to comply with the requirements of Clause 6.2 (Separation requirements and
Electric strength requirements) at the conclusion of these overvoltage tests.
No Overvoltage Testing!
Yes
100 A2-s
limiting1
line cord
smaller or equal to
26 AWG?
No
Yes
No
Pass 1?
No
Yes
Yes
No
1.3 A
Limiting?
Figure 3.20 Metallic Connection Appearances
Pass 6.1.21?1)
Yes
No
Yes
FIRE
ENCLOSURE?
Current Limiting
Resistor
No
Pass 5?
Yes
Timed
Switch
No
FIRE
ENCLOSURE &
SPACING
Yes
Comments
No
Pass 2?2)
Pass 3,4?3)
Secondary Protector
Simulator or Wiring Station
Telecommunication
Equipment
Network Connection Points
Under Test
Variable
Voltage
Source
Equipment Earth
No
Figure 3.21 Longitudinal Connection Appearances
Yes
Yes
Current Limiting
Resistors
Acceptable!
Not
Acceptable!
Equipment
Under Test
Timed
Switch
Notes:
1) The telephone line is adequately isolated from earth for the operating mode being considered at
a voltage of 120 V.
2) Test Condition 2 is not required for equipment containing a method for limiting current to 1.3 A
max steady state (e.g., a fuse rated 1.0 A maximum).
3) Test Conditions 3 and 4 are not required for equipment whose application (because of system
function, design limitations, etc.) is limited to connections to outside cable not exceeding 1,000
m (for example, equipment that connects to ISDN S/T reference points and certain proprietary
telephone sets).
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Simulators or Wiring Stations
Variable
AC Voltage
Source
Equipment Earth
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Special Considerations Regarding the SIDACtor® Device
and UL 60950-1
Overvoltage Test Procedures
Use the following criteria when applying the overvoltage
tests presented in Table 3.53.
1. Test Set-up—Equipment is to be mounted as it is
intended to be used. Tests may be conducted on either
the equipment as an assembly, individual subassemblies,
or a partial assembly containing those components
which may be exposed to an overvoltage condition.
2. Indicators—Before testing, two single pieces of
cheesecloth are to be wrapped tightly around the
assembly, subassembly, or partial assembly. The
cheesecloth acts as an indicator for conditions that may
result in fire.
3. Line Cords—Equipment with a removable
telecommunications line cord is to be connected to the
test circuit with a line cord having 0.4 mm (26 AWG) or
larger copper wire conductors and not more than 1Ω
total resistance.
4. Functional Circuitry—UL mandates that functional
circuitry must be used for each overvoltage test
conducted. This allows repair or replacement of damaged
circuitry before subsequent testing. Alternatively,
separate samples may be used for each test.
5. Wiring Simulators—A wiring simulator is used to
indicate whether the maximum I2t imposed upon
telecommunications wiring has been exceeded. For
Tests 1 and 5, a wiring simulator is to be used unless the
equipment is specified for use with a suitable secondary
protector or a secondary protector simulator. The wiring
simulator can consist of one of the following:
a. 50 mm length of 0.2 mm (32 AWG) bare or enameled
solid copper wire (for test condition 1 and 5)
b. Type MDL-2A fuse (for test condition 1 and 5) or
equivalent
c. Current probe used with a 300 mm length of 0.5 mm
(24 AWG) copper wire (for test condition 1 only)
Note: Test conditions 2, 3, and 4 do not require the use of
a wiring simulator or a secondary protector simulator.
Any secondary protection simulators used in Tests
1 and 5 should be similar to the test fuse used in
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Communications Circuitsw
The epoxy used for SIDACtor® devices is UL recognized
and the encapsulated body passes UL 94V-0 requirements
for flammability. The only specific requirements of UL
60950-1that pertain to the SIDACtor® device itself are the
impulse test and the mandate that components be UL
recognized. All other UL 60950-1 requirements pertain to
the equipment being evaluated.
Coax cable distribution Systems
The insulation between the primary circuit and the terminal
or lead provided for the connection of a cable distribution
system shall pass either:
1) the voltage surge test of UL 60950-1 Clause 7.4.2
for equipment intended to be connected to outdoor
antennas; or
2) the impulse test of UL 60950-1 Clause 7.4.3 for
equipment intended to be connected to other cable
distribution system
If the EUT is intended for connection to both an outdoor
antenna and another cable distribution system, it shall pass
the tests of both UL 60950-1 Clause 7.4.2 and UL 60950-1
clause 7.4.3.
The following conditioning pulses are applied between:
1) the connection points for the cable distribution
system all joined together AND
2) the supply circuit terminals joined together with the
main protective earthing terminal
At the conclusion of these surges, the electric strength
tests are conducted. All components between the
connection points for the cable distribution system and the
protective earthing terminal are disconnected before these
tests are applied.
UL 60950-1 Clause 7.4.2
The 10 kV surge generator as defined in IEC 60065
(example shown in figure 3.22) is used to apply 50 surges
to the EUT. These surges are applied at a maximum rate of
12 pulses per minute.
FIgure 3.22 IEC 60065 Surge Generator
Overvoltage Test Compliance
15 M
1k
Equipment is deemed compliant if each of the following
conditions is met during test:
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measured with a current probe is less than 100 A2s.
UL 60950-1 Clause 7.4.3
1) ±10 10x700 μS voltage waveshape surge event with an
open circuit value of 5 kV and a 5x310 current waveshape
with a short circuit value of 125A for power-fed repeaters
After completion of the overvoltage tests, equipment must
comply with either the Dielectric Voltage-withstand Test
requirements with all components in place or the Leakage
Current Test requirements.
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2) ±10 10x700 μS voltage waveshape surge event with an
open circuit value of 4 kV and a 5x310 current waveshape
with a short cir 100A for all other equipment
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Table of Contents
Broadband Transmission Equipment
24-2
ADSL/VDSL Circuit Protection
PoE (Power Over Ethernet)
10 BaseT Ethernet Protection
100 BaseT Ethernet Protection
1000 BaseT Ethernet Protection
T3 Protection
HDSL Circuit Protection
Baseband Equipment
2-25
TI/E1/J1 Circuit Protection
TI/E1/J1 Asymmetrical Circuit Protection
Additional T1 Design Considerations
Battrax Gate Buffer Circuit
Analog Line Cards/SLIC (Subscriber Line Interface Circuit)
ISDN Circuit Protection
CPE (Customer Premises Equipment)
2-2
Protection Requirements
POTS (Plain Old Telephone Sets)
VoIP (Voice Over IP)
FXO/FXS App Note
CATV Equipment
2-26
Protection Requirements
Digital Set-top Box Protection
Primary Protection Modules
26-26
Primary Protection
Data Line Protectors
This section offers specific examples of how SIDACtor® devices can
be used to ensure long-term operability of protected equipment and
uninterrupted service during transient electrical activity.
Note :
The circuits referenced in this section represent typical interfaces
used in telecommunications equipment. SIDACtor devices are
not the sole components required to pass applicable regulatory
requirements such as UL 60950-1, GR 1089, or TIA-968-A (formerly
known as FCC Part 68), nor are these requirements specifically
directed at SIDACtor devices.
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Broadband Transmission Equipment
Broadband Transmission Equipment encompasses a broad
range of transmission protocols such as T1/E1/J1, ADSL,
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equipment is located at the central office, customer
premises, and remote locations.
Component Selection
The SDP3500Q38CB SIDACtor device and 0461 1.25EER
TeleLink fuse were chosen to protect the ATUs because
both components meet GR 1089 surge immunity
requirements without the use of additional series resistance.
Although the SDP3100Q38CB SIDACtor device may be
used to meet current ANSI specifications for xDSL services
offered with POTS, Littelfuse recommends consideration of
the SDP3500Q38CB instead of the SDP3100Q38CB when
a 1:1 coupling transformer is used and a 150 VRMS ringing
signal is superimposed on a 56.5 V battery. For a VDSL or
VDSL2 system, the SDP3100Q38CB may still be considered
due to its lower PSD limits.
Protection Requirements
Transmission equipment should be protected against
overvoltages that can exceed 2500 V and surge currents up
to 500 A. In the illustrations shown in Figures 4.2, 4.9 thru
4.11, 4.14, 4.15, 4.17 thru 4.21, 4.32, 4.33, and 4.36 thru
4.39, the SIDACtor® devices were chosen because their
associated peak pulse current (IPP) rating is sufficient to
withstand the lightning immunity tests of GR 1089 without
the additional use of series line impedance. Likewise, the
fuse shown in each of these same Figures was chosen
because the amps2time (I2t) rating is sufficient to withstand
the lightning immunity tests of GR 1089, but low enough to
pass GR 1089 current limiting protector test and power fault
conditions (both first and second levels).
VDSL Protection Application Note
The following schematics show alternate protection
solutions for a typical DSL interface that connects to
outside wiring. This surface mount QFN package provides
a minimum footprint solution appropriate for high density
card designs. The SDP3100Q38CB will protect the interface
from lightning induced surges on the primary side of the
coupling transformer while the SDP0242Q12 TwinChip®
provides another level of protection for events that get
coupled across the transformer. The bias voltage may not
be required for short loop conditions or for the lower rate
DSL applications such as ADSL. The bias voltage can be
differential or common mode. It can be as high as the
standoff voltage of the SDP device but as a minimum
should be greater than 4.5 volts. The one mega ohm
resistors can be increased to ten mega ohm resistors to
increase the insulation barrier if needed. The SDP device
will draw less than five microamps during its off-state. This
bias voltage helps to stabilize its off-state capacitance. The
Enhanced TeleLink fuse (0461 1.25EER) can be used with
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an overvoltage and overcurrent protection solution that is
compliant with the requirements of GR-1089-CORE Issue
4 and the ITU K20/21 Recommendations (Enhanced level).
A second option for overcurrent protection is the choice
of two PTC devices instead of the two TeleLink fuses. This
provides a coordination function that may be required by the
ITU Recommendations and provides a resettable overcurrent
protection solution. However, the PTC option does add
additional series resistance, which can attenuate the DSL
signal and reduce rate and reach.
The following regulatory requirements apply:
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Most transmission equipment sold in the US must adhere to
GR 1089. For Europe and other geographical regions, ITU-T
K.20/K.21 provide the compliance criteria for equipment
surge and power fault resistibility.
ADSL / VDSL Circuit Protection
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Lines (ADSLs) and Very High
Speed Digital Subscriber Lines (VDSLs) employ spectrums
up to 30 MHz wide. ADSL2plus can ideally provide
data rates as high as 1.4 Mbps upstream and 24 Mbps
downstream. VDSL2 can ideally provide data rates as high
as 100 Mbps upstream and downstream. (Figure 4.1)
Central Office Site
ADSL / VDSL
Transceiver Unit
Digital
Network
ATU-C / VTU-C
Local Loop
Figure 4.1 ADSL Overview
Remote Site
ADSL / VDSL
Transceiver
Unit
ATU-R /
VTU-R
Video
Voice
Triple
Play
Data
PSTN
Splitter
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It has since become a non-proprietary LAN being defined
by IEEE 802.3 standard. This standard was first released in
1983 but has had many revisions since then. These include:
Figure 4.2 SDP Application Note
TeleLink
(0461 1.25EER)
8
TIP IN
7
DSL driver chipset
1 TIP OUT
2
-Bias
+Bias
1 MΩ
6
RING IN
1 MΩ
3
5
TeleLink
(0461 1.25EER)
4 RING OUT
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Increased bandwidth: The standards now define speeds
between 1 Mbps and 10 Gbps, providing the ability to
support voice and video along with data.
SDP0242Q12
SDP3100Q38CB
600R150 PTC
8
TIP IN
7
Expansion of the distances supported: Ethernet is no
longer restricted to the LAN. It is now deployed in MANs
(Metro Area Network), and in WAN (wide area network)
environments.
DSL driver chipset
1 TIP OUT
2
-Bias
+Bias
1 MΩ
3
1 MΩ
6
RING IN
New cable types: Coaxial cable remains as one option, but
newer installations use less expensive unshielded twisted
pair or higher capacity fiber.
5
600R150 PTC
4 RING OUT
For the twisted pair links the RJ45 jack is used. This jack can
be wired two different ways:
SDP0242Q12
Figure 4.3 Typical RJ45 cable ends, T568A vs. T568B
SDP3100Q38CB
Pair 2
(Yellow)
PoE
Pair 3
(Green)
PoE (Power over Ethernet) is a newly defined standard that
provides a convenient method of powering remote Ethernet
units. The power source equipment will send a handshake
query to power source devices to insure compatibility
before applying power on this Ethernet interface. Several
alternative methods exist for applying this power to ease
installation procedures. The power source equipment will
continually monitor the powered devices to insure constant
compatibility. Therefore, over voltage protection can not
interfere with or mask the power device return signature
during these inquires. Littelfuse provides a cost effective
and robust overvoltage and overcurrent solution, which is
shown in a schematic diagram. Data are presented at the
conclusion of this paper demonstrating its compatibility with
100BaseT systems.
T568A
Pair 4
(Brown)
Pair 2
(Yellow)
Pair 1
(Blue)
Pair 4
(Brown)
T568B
T568B is the dominate connector design used in the United
States while T568A is popular in Canada and in many other
countries.
The Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) IEEE Working Group
(802.3ah) is preparing a standard addressing Ethernet to the
home. For more information, see the group’s web site at
www.ieee802.org/3/efm/.
Ethernet, PoE (power over Ethernet), and Protection
Ethernet is a LAN (Local Area Network) set of rules and
regulations for communicating over a dedicated signal pair. It
is a contention based protocol, which can be thought of as a
courtesy form of communication. I speak, then you speak,
if we both attempt to speak at the same time, we both
pause and wait for the other party to speak. After some
perceived acceptable time one or both parties start speaking
again. It was initially developed by Xerox Corporation as
a proprietary LAN technology on a coaxial bus. Its initial
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Sense, Multiple Access/Collision Detection) access method.
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medium to determine whether another station is currently
transmitting. If the medium is quiet, the station transmits. If
two stations accidentally transmit simultaneously, they each
detect the collision and stop transmitting. Each then waits
for a random period before attempting to transmit again.
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Pair 1
(Blue)
Pair 3
(Green)
Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) is what it states, a powering
technique over the existing Ethernet wiring link. IEEE
standard 802.3af covers the technical requirements so that
systems are compatible with one another. In this Ethernet
version, the Ethernet wiring may carry both data and dc
power. This removes the need of a local ac power port for
the Ethernet devices connected to this PoE network. This
can provide a continuous power source thus supporting
life-line capabilities for IP enabled telephones. Life-line in
this case meaning that the telephone is not dependent on
a local power supply, so that it functions during local power
outages. EFM needs this capability in order to provide
life-line service to residential locations. This is an ideal
implementation for EFM applications.
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Here are two major advantages for PoE:
Figure 4.4 For endpoint PSE and PD devices, power is
delivered over the signal pairs
1) The Ethernet devices are not required to be placed next
to wall outlets.
2) Power cables are no longer required to be laid out for
the network
RJ-45
ENDPOINT PSE
SWITCH/ROUTER
TIA recommends Category 5e wiring as the minimum
category of wiring for new installations. Electrical
characteristics for near end cross talk (NEXT), far end cross
talk (FEXT), attenuation, and return loss are specified up to
100 MHz for Cat5e wiring. Typical distances are 100 m but
longer distances will be used in the very near future pushing
the demand for even higher category wiring such as CAT6 or
CAT7. Table 4.1 compares four different categories of wiring.
SPARE PAIRS
(NOT USED)
PD
(IP PHONE, WIRELESS
ACCESS NODE, ETC.)
LOCAL
POWER
Figure 4.5 For midspan PSE and PD devices,
power is delivered over the spare pairs
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Test
Frequency
10/100
BaseT
1000
BaseT
Future
Applications
Relative
Cost
Cat 5
100 MHz
Yes
Yes
No
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100 MHz
Yes
Yes
Maybe
$
Cat6
250 MHz
Yes
Yes
Yes
$$
Cat 7
600 MHz
Yes
Yes
Yes
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RJ-45
ENDPOINT PSE
SWITCH/ROUTER
SPARE PAIRS
(NOT USED)
In the PoE scheme, the device that receives the power is
called the client device or Powered Device (PD). The device
supplying this power is the Power Source Equipment (PSE).
The IEEE 802.af standard limits the PD power consumption
to 12.95W and limits the PSE power outputs to 15.4W on
a per RJ-45 port basis. The IEEE802.3af Standard can be
summarized as providing (discussions in IEEE are on-going
that may increase these power levels):
CAT-5
CAT-5
CABLE
CABLE
SIGNAL PAIRS
WITHOUT
POWER
MIDSPAN
PSE
RJ-45
PD
(IP PHONE, WIRELESS
ACCESS NODE, ETC.)
LOCAL
POWER
SPARE PAIRS
WITH POWER
Power can be provided over the data pairs in the CAT5e
(CAT6 or CAT7) cable. This method combines the dc voltage
with the signal over the transmit (TX) and receive (RX) pair
in cable. Or power can be provided over the spare pairs;
however power can not be provided over the TX / RX pair
and the spare pairs simultaneously. Notice that PoE uses
the phantom powering technique so that a single pair carries
a zero volt potential difference between its leads. The power
supply voltage is derived as the difference between two
different pair sets of wire.
1) a 500 mA Maximum Load
2) open Circuit Protection
3) over Load And Short Circuit Protection
The network will contain patch panels and various
connectors which cause some power limiting restrictions.
Therefore, the 302.af standard limits the maximum current
to 350 mA per device connection. This standard takes into
account line losses for maximum loop lengths of 100 m,
thereby allowing up to 57 Vdc from the PSE. The nominal
level is 48 Vdc.
For example, the 10BaseT or 100BaseT systems use two
pair for data delivery (1-2 & 3-6) so two spare pair (4-5 & 7-8)
are available for power delivery. An isolation transformer is
connected across pair 4-5 with a center tap while a separate
isolation transformer is connected across pair 7-8 with a
center tap. These two center taps provide access to this dc
power. The potential across any single pair remains at zero.
The power supply voltage is between two different pair sets
of wires. This scheme helps to prevent accidental shock
hazards when single pairs are handled.
This power can be inserted from:
1) an endpoint PSE (see figure 4.4)
A 1000BaseT type system uses all four pair in the twisted
pair cable for data delivery, so it can not make use of a
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Gigabit Ethernet system must use endpoint PSEs rather
than mid-span PSEs and deliver power over one of the data
pairs.
2) a mid-span PSE (see figure 4.5)
The legacy Ethernet systems most likely use a mid-span
PSE method. This prevents having to re-work the entire
network. For new installations, the endpoint PSE is the
most economical and easiest installation choice.
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CAT-5 WITH POWER
RJ-45
CABLE
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has determined that IEEE 802.3af compliant devices are
connected, it injects power to those ports identified as such.
It will not send power to devices that failed either of the two
resistance tests.
Figure 4.6 is a schematic diagram depicting the spare pair
delivery method of power.
Figure 4.6 Spare Pair Powering Technique
POWER SOURCING
EQUIPMENT (PSE)
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voltage-current measurements with a current limited voltage
probe technique. When a voltage between 2.7 V to 10.1 V
is applied, the PSE must detect between 23.75 kohms and
26.25 kohms. If this detected value is greater than 45 kohms
or less than 12 kohms, it results in a detection of an invalid
client device. The load capacitance between these voltage
levels must be between 0.05 uF and 0.12 uF and the input
inductance can not exceed 100 uH. Table 4.2 shows these
requirements.
POWERED DEVICE
(PD)
4
4
5
5
SPARE PAIR
1
1
+
TX
2
3
48V
2
SIGNAL PAIR
RX
DC/DC
Converter
3
RX
6
6
TX
SIGNAL PAIR
7
7
8
8
SPARE PAIR
Table 4.2 For a valid-PD signature, all criteria below
must be detected by a midspan or endpoint PSE
This schematic diagram depicts the power delivery over the data
pair using the isolation transformer center tap connections.
Figure 4.7 Data Pair Powering Technique
POWER SOURCING
EQUIPMENT (PSE)
POWERED DEVICE
(PD)
4
4
5
5
SPARE PAIR
2
3
48V
Conditions
(V)
Minimum
Maximum
V-I slope
(at any chord
of IV or greater)
2.7 to 10.1
23.75kΩ
26.25Ω
Voltage offset
—
—
1.9V
Current offset
—
—
10μA
Input capacitance
2.7 to 10.1
0.05μF
0.12μF
Input inductance
2.7 to 10.1
—
100μH
1
1
+/TX
Parameter
2
SIGNAL PAIR
RX
DC/DC
Converter
3
+/RX
6
6
TX
A PD must draw a minimum current of 10 mA for at least 75
ms out of a 500 ms period. If the drawn power falls below
this threshold, the PSE will disconnect the 48V supply and
revert back to the detection sequence. (Most PoE devices
draw 100 mA to 300 mA.)
SIGNAL PAIR
7
7
8
8
SPARE PAIR
Figure 4.8 Mid-span Powering Technique
Switch Port
The PSE also detects the power classification of the client
devices by applying a probing voltage between 14.5V
and 20.5V. The client device then exhibits a signature
that indicates its maximum power draw requirements.
This information allows the PSE to intelligently manage
power delivery. This provides a method to prevent power
requirements exceeding the PSE’s ability. Under this
scenario, an intelligent PSE can refuse to deliver any power
to the port under question until the PD power classification
is met. This can also provide a method of prioritizing ports
to be powered during UPS or backup generator operation.
Device
1
1
2
4
2
4
5
5
7
7
8
Powered
Device
8
3
3
6
6
Power
Source
The PSE will constantly monitor the connected clients in
order to maintain power. A common-mode ac voltage is sent
down the Ethernet link simultaneously with the data signals
and 48 Vdc for real-time monitoring. The resulting ac current
is used to calculate the port impedance, which should be
less than 26.25kΩ for a valid signature. The frequency for this
AC voltage must be between 1MHz and 100MHz. The five
power classifications are shown in Table 4.3.
This IEEE 802.3af PoE specification provides a ‘handshaking’
routine between the PSE and the PD before power is
applied. This insures compatibility and helps to prevent
safety violations. The PSE can apply power to the wire
pairs only when an attached device has indicated its ability
to receive power. This ‘handshaking’ routing is known as
Resistive Power Discovery. It relies on a 25 K (nominal)
resistance that is part of the network devices. The PSE will
test the resistance of the network device before sending
full power onto the wiring pair. This test is conducted with a
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signal uses a slightly higher voltage than the first, but neither
is enough to damage an incompatible device. After the PSE
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contain a minimum 1,500 volt isolation rating. In addition
to the IEEE isolation rating requirement, safety standards
such as UL 60950-1 or EN 60950-1 will place additional
requirements.
Table 4.3 Five classes for PD power classification and
their classification signature.
Conditions
(V)
Classification
Current
PD Power
Range (W)
0 (Default)
14.5 to 20.5
0 to 4
0.44 to 12.95
1
14.5 to 20.5
9 to 12
0.44 to 3.84
2
14.5 to 20.5
17 to 20
3.84 to 6.49
3
14.5 to 20.5
26 to 30
6.49 to12.95
—
—
—
Class
4 (Reserved
for future use)
UL 60950-1 or EN 60950-1 will require the unit to be safe
after test conditions shown in table 4.4.
Table 4.4 Power Fault Test Conditions
These voltage levels used in these discovery processes
provide the minimum turn on voltage threshold for any
protection devices placed across a wire pair. Any clamping
or crowbarring device placed across a wire pair used for
power delivery must not react nor interfere with these
handshaking routines. This requires voltage activated surge
protection devices NOT to turn on during:
1) the classification testing voltage worse case is 20.5
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Time
L1
600 V
40
1.5 s
L2
600 V
7
5s
L3
600 V
2.2
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rating
L4
See Note 1
25
See Note 2
Reduce to
135% fuse
rating
L5
120 V
40
See Note 2
M1
600 V
7
1.5 s
M2
600 V
7
5s
M3
600 V
2.2
See Note 2
Reduce to
135% fuse
rating
M4
See Note 1
2.2
See Note 2
Reduce to
135% fuse
rating
2) normal 48 volt operation (maximum level of 57 V dc)
3) the original discovery voltage of 10.1 volts
IF alternate pair powering technique is used, then the data
pair threshold is controlled by the Ethernet data which is
typically less than 5 volts. Therefore, the SEP0640Q38CB
with a standoff voltage threshold of 58 volts or the
SEP0720Q38CB with a standoff voltage threshold of 65
volts may be needed for PoE systems.
Notes:
1. Voltage < conduction voltage of protection.
2. Test for 30 minutes or until an open circuit occurs unless it appears possible
that a risk of fire or safety hazard will eventually result; then continue test until
ultimate results are obtained (maximum of seven hours).
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conductor interface ports shall be tested regardless of what
type of traffic they carry or what function they perform. For
example, 10BaseT and 100BaseT Ethernet and other similar
ports are considered telecommunications ports and shall
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devices that only reset when the available current falls
below its holding current parameter. Since the PSE must
disconnect if an overcurrent condition greater than 350
mA is detected, this condition will always be met once
a SIDACtor device switches on. However, the switching
voltage of the SIDACtor SEP device must be higher than any
steady-state signals present on the Ethernet cables. The
maximum voltage allowed for the supply is 57 volts (allowing
for line losses for a 48 volt type system). The Power
classification test imposes a common mode 20.5 peak
voltage to the wire pair. Therefore the SIDACtor SEP device
must not switch at 57 volts or less. This also prevents the
SIDACtor device from turning on during power classification
testing or during the resistive power discovery test. Some
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supply -48 volts. This requires a protection device that is
not polarity sensitive. Once again the SIDACtor SEP device
meets this requirement also.
And these two test conditions also:
1) Impulse test of either a 10x700 2.5 kV 62.5 A or 1 kV 37.5
A 10 times with 60-second rest period between surges)
2) Electric strength test allows the SIDACtor device to be
removed (50/60 Hz at rated voltage for 60 seconds)
For applications requiring GR 1089 compliance the following
surges are applied for an application that connects to outside
wiring;
Table 4.5 Outside Wiring Surge Test Conditions
(Notes
1 & 2)
Surge
Voltage
(VPK)
Waveform
(μs)
Surge Current
per Conductor
(A)
Repetitions
Each
Polarity
1
±600
10x1000
100
25
2
±1000
10x360
100
25
3
±1000
10x1000
100
25
4
±2500
2x10
500
10
5
±1000
10x360
25
5
Test
Notes:
1. Primary protectors are removed for all tests.
2. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests
are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage
and current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
3. Test 1 and 2 can be replaced with Test 3 or vice versa.
The IEEE 802.3af spec requires 1,500V AC isolation for
PoE equipment. Therefore the coupling transformers must
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And for the applications that are not connected to
outside wiring:
Table 4.8 Power Fault Testing
Table 4.6 Inside Wiring Surge Test Conditions
Test
(Notes 1, 2)
Applied
Voltage
60 Hz (VRMS)
Short Circuit Current
per Conductor
(A) (Note 5)
Duration
Test
Surge
Voltage
(VPK)
Waveform
(μs)
Surge Current
per Conductor
(A)
Repetitions
Each
Polarity
1 (Note 6)
120, 277
25
15min
2
600
60
5s
1
±800
2x10
100
1
3
600
7
5s
2
±1500
2x10
100
1
4 (Note 3)
100-600
2.2A at 600V
15min
5 (Note 4)
N/A
N/A
15min
Notes:
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are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage
and current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
Notes:
1. Primary protector are removed for all tests.
2. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests
are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage
and current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
3. This test is to be performed between the ranges of 100 V to 600 V and is
intended to produce the greatest heating effect.
4. Test 5 simulates a high impedance induction fault. Specific information regarding
this test is available upon request.
5. Thease tests are repeated using a short-circuit value just below the operating
threshold of the current limiting device, or, if the EUT uses a fuse as current
limiting protection, the fuse may be bypassed and the short circuit current
available adjusted to 135 percent of the fuse rating.
6. Intra-building, second level power fault test uses test condition 1 only. The applied
voltage is at 120 VRMS only.
GR 1089 also contains power fault testing that the unit under
test must survive operationally.
Table 4.7 Power Fault Testing
Test
Applied
Voltage
60 Hz
(VRMS)
Short Circuit
Current per
Conductor
(A)
Duration
Primary
Protectors
1 (Note 1)
50
0.33
15min
Removed
2 (Note 1)
100
0.17
15min
Removed
3 (Note 1)
200, 400,
600
1A at 600
60
applications
1 s each
In place
4 (Note 4)
1000
1
60
applications
1 s each
Removed
5 (Note 2)
N/A
N/A
60
applications
1 s 5ach
Removed
6 (Note 3)
600
0.5
30 s
Removed
7 (Note 3)
440
2.2
2s
Removed
8 (Note 3)
600
3
1s
Removed
9 (Note 3)
1000
5
0.5 s
In place
Note that even for applications that do not connect to the
outside wiring, a 120 volt, 25A 50/60 Hz event is applied for
15 minutes.
The SIDACtor SEP0080Q38CB device can be used to help
the equipment comply with the surge requirements of
GR 1089 but a series current limiting device is required
for compliance to the power fault events. This could be a
TeleLink fuse, which does not open during the lightning
surge testing or a PTC device could be used. This PTC
device must be able to operationally survive the lighting
surge testing.
An overvoltage and overcurrent protection solution is shown
in Figure 4.9.
Figure 4.9 100BaseT Protection Circuit
Notes:
1. For EUT containing secondary voltage limiting and current limiting protectors, tests
are to be performed at the indicated voltage(s) and repeated at a reduced voltage
and current just below the operating threshold of the secondary protectors.
2. Test 5 simulates a high impedance induction fault. For specific information,
contact Littelfuse, Inc.
3. Sufficient time may be between applications to preclude thermal accumulation.
4. This test is intended to establish compatibility of the EUT with the primary
protector. The maximum current is limited to 1A rms as in Test 3, but the voltage
is increased to 1,000 V to permit operation of the protector. Suffcient time may be
allowed between applications to preclude thermal accumulation.
Transmit Pair (TX)
TeleLink
(0461 1.25)
SEP0080Q38CB
1
8
3
6
4
5
1 Mohm
A second set of power fault testing is required in which the
unit under test is not required to survive operationally but it
can not cause a safety violation.
2
TeleLink
(0461 1.25)
1 Mohm
-z
+z
7
Receive Pair (RX)
SEP0080Q38CB
1
8
3
6
4
5
1 Mohm
2
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7
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The SP03-8 is shown as tertiary protection on the chipside
of the coupling transformer. This solutions will provide
compliance with the surge and power fault requirements of
GR 1089-CORE Issue 4 intra-building and inter-building. The
600R150 PTC may be substituted for the TeleLink fuses for
compliance with ITU K.20/21 Enhanced and Basic, which
contain coordination clauses.
This bias circuit provides a steady capacitance vs voltage
characteristic for the SIDACtor device. This circuit is
appropriate for Ethernet applications such as 10 BaseT, 100
BaseT, and even 1000 BaseT. By applying a bias voltage
directly across the SEP device, the capacitance value is
decreased and the voltage linearity of the SEP capacitance
is improved. The SEP device has a voltage dependant
capacitance characteristic that can cause impairments on
Ethernet signals beyond the issue of simple capacitive
loading. One of the design rules for this circuit is that the
bias voltage must remain a few volts above the highest
expected signal voltage. Otherwise, the capacitance of
one of the bridge diodes will begin to rise, causing another
source of non-linearity. However, it must remain below the
turn on voltage of the SEP device. For the SEP0080Q38CB,
it must be less than 6 volts. The TeleLink fuse 0461 1.25
EER or 0461 1.25 would be used for inter-building type
applications where the possibility of power fault events
exists. ITU K20/21 requires coordination with any primary
protectors, therefore a resistor may need to be inserted prior
to the TeleLink fuse OR the fuse may be substituted with
a PTC device such as the 600R150. For a PoE application,
the SIDACtor device should be the SEP0900Q38CB or
the SEP0720Q38CB to prevent activation during PoE
handshaking or at PoE voltage levels. A tertiary protection
device such as the SP03-3.3 or 6 may be placed in a
differential mode on the line driver side of the transformer.
Figure 4.10 Ethernet Secondary Tertiary Protection
TeleLink
(0461 1.25EER)
Transmit
Pair
(TX)*
1
SEP0080Q38CB
3
TeleLink
(0461 1.25EER)
Receive
Pair
(RX)*
5
2
2
7
3
6
Ethernet Phy
SEP0080Q38CB
5
SP03-3.3 (6)
52.3 ohm
1 M ohm
+12V
3
1000 pF
8
1
8
2
7
3
6
Ethernet Phy
6
4
TeleLink
(0461 1.25EER)
8
4
7
1 M ohm
-12V
1
1
6
4
TeleLink
(0461 1.25EER)
8
5
2
4
7
1 M ohm
-12V
52.3 ohm
1 M ohm
+12V
5
SP03-3.3 (6)
1000 pF
Ethernet Application example
Figure 4.11 T3 Protection—SIDACtor Device
A 100/1000 BaseT unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable
interface in an outside environment is subject to surge
and power fault events. The schematic in Figure 4.10
demonstrates a GR-1089 compliant solution for these
overvoltage and overcurernt events. The TeleLink fuse (0461
1.25 EER) in both leads provides the necessary overcurrent
protection that is NOT sensitive to the overvoltage surge
events. The SEP0080Q38CB device provide a solidstate
overvoltage crowbarring protection solution compliant with
both 1st Level and 2nd Level lighting surges of GR-1089
Issue 4. The two bias leads are connected to any available
voltage rails that are less than the turn-on threshold of
the SEP device. This biasing voltage stabilizes the offstate capacitance of the SEP device. IF this were an PoE
application, a higher stand-off voltage would be required so
as not to interfere with the PoE signal and the handshaking
protocols for PoE. The SEP0640Q38CB may be selected
in the case of a 48 volt PoE, while a higher voltage PoE
system would require a higher threshold SEP such as the
SEP0720Q38CB or SEP0900Q38CB.
0461.500
P0642SA
Coordination Considerations
Coordination between a primary protector and a secondary
protector may require the addition of a resistor. (Figure
4.12) Both ITY K.20/21 and GR-1089 contain clauses that
may require equipment to coordinate.
Figure 4.12 Coordination Solution with Resistor
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purposes. This combined metallic and longitudinal protection
mode requires a fuse on both leads of the TX and RX pair but
a solution without the longitudinal mode would only require
a single fuse per pair. Therefore, one fuse element could be
removed if pins 3 & 6 of the SEP device are not connected
to ground and instead remain open.
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The coordinating resistor value depends on:
Figure 4.14 HDSL Protection
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Tip
For compliance with the GR 1089 requirement, the
additional component is not required IF the peak pulse
surge rating of the secondary protector is at least 100 A
for a 10x1000 event. The ITU recommendations have an
alternative solution as well, depending on whether Basic or
Enhanced compliance is desired.
P2300SCMC or P2300Q22C
P2300SCMC or P2300Q22C
P0080SAMC or
P0080Q12A
TX
Ring
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Sink
HDSL
Transceiver
Tip
For Basic compliance, if the secondary protector has a
peak pulse surge rating of at least 1000 A for an 8x20
event, then the additional component is not required. For
the Enhanced level, it must be able to withstand a 5000 A
for an 8x20 event. Otherwise, a coordinating component
is required. This component allows the primary protector
to turn on during surge events even though the secondary
protector may turn on first. The power rating of this resistor
can be reduced by including the TeleLink overcurrent
protection device. However, it must not open during the
surge events. Typically, a 1-3 W resistor will be sufficient.
P2300SCMC or P2300Q22C
P2300SCMC or P2300Q22C
P0080SAMC or
P0080Q12A
RX
Ring
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HTU-C/HTU-R Interface Protection
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Tip
HDSL Circuit Protection
HDSL (High-bit Digital Subscriber Line) is a digital line
technology that uses a 1.544 Mbps (T1 equivalent)
transmission rate for distances up to 12,000 feet,
eliminating the need for repeaters. The signaling levels
are a maximum of ±2.5 V while loop powering is typically
under 190 V. (Figure 4.13)
784 kbps
Full-Duplex loop
P2304UC
HDSL
Transceiver
P0080SAMC or
P0080Q12A
RX
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Tip
Ring
HDSL
transceiver DS-1 Rate
unit
Interface
(1.544 Mbps)
HTU-C
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Component Selection
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Full-Duplex loop
< 12,000 ft, 200 kHz BW
±2.5 V signal level
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The P2300UC SIDACtor device (or the equivalent four
P2300SCMC or four P2300Q22C discrete SIDACtor
devices) SIDACtor device and the 0461 1.25 TeleLink fuses
were chosen because both components meet GR 1089
surge immunity requirements without the use of additional
series resistance. The P2300 voltage rating was selected
to ensure compatibility with loop powering up to 190 V.
For loop powering greater than 190 V, consider the P2600
SIDACtor series. The P0080SAMC (or P0080Q12A) was
chosen to eliminate any sneak voltages that may appear
below the voltage rating of the P2300 (or P2600 depending
on specific application choice) SIDACtor series.
Protection Circuitry
Longitudinal protection is required at both the HDSL
Transceiver Unit–Central Office (HTU-C) and HDSL
Transceiver Unit–Remote (HTU-R) interfaces because of
the ground connection used with loop powering. Two
P2300SCMC or two P2300Q22C SIDACtor devices provide
overvoltage protection, and two 04611.25 TeleLink fuses
(one on Tip, one on Ring) provide overcurrent protection.
(Figure 4.14 and Figure 4.15) For the transceiver side of
the coupling transformer, additional overvoltage protection
is provided by the P0080SA or P0080Q12A SIDACtor
device. The longitudinal protection on the primary coil of
the transformer is an additional design consideration for
prevention of EMI coupling and ground loop issues.
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Sink
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Remote Site
HDSL
DS-1 Rate transceiver
unit
Interface
(1.544 Mbps)
TX
Ring
Figure 4.13 HDSL Overview
Central Office Site
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P0080Q12A
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any time. As an alternative to carrying out this test on the
complete equipment or device, the test may be carried out
separately on components, subassemblies, and simulated
circuits, outside the unit, provided that the test results would
be representative of the results of testing the complete unit.
T1/E1/J1 networks offer data rates up to 1.544 Mbps
(2.058 for E1) on four-wire systems. Signal levels on the
transmit (TX) pair are typically between 2.4 V and 3.6 V
while the receive (RX) pair could go as high as 12 V. Loop
powering is typically ±130 V at 60 mA, although some
systems can go as high as 150 V. (Figure 4.16)
The peak voltage for 120 VRMS is 169.7 V. The minimum
stand-off voltage for the P1800 (or P1804 and P2106) is
170 V, therefore, the P1800SCMC or P1800Q22C will pass
the test in Section 4.4.5.2 by not allowing 10 mA of current
to flow during the application of this test voltage.
Protection Circuitry
Longitudinal protection is required at the Central
Office Terminal (COT) interface because of the ground
connection used with loop powering. (Figure 4.17, Figure
4.18, Figure 4.19) Two P1800Q22C or two P1800SCMC
SIDACtor devices provide overvoltage protection, and two
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overcurrent protection. The P1800SCMC or P1800Q22C
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For the transceiver side of the coupling transformer,
additional overvoltage protection is shown in Figure 4.17
using the P0300SA or P0300Q12A SIDACtor device. When
an earth ground connection is not used, only metallic
protection is required. Metallic protection is satisfied using a
single P0640SCMC or P0640Q22C SIDACtor device across
Tip and Ring and a single 04611.25 TeleLink fuse on either
Tip or Ring.
Approved terminal equipment and protective circuitry
having an intentional dc conducting path to earth ground
for protection purposes at the leakage current test voltage
that was removed during the leakage current test of
section 4.3 shall, upon its replacement, have a 50 Hz or
60 Hz voltage source applied between the following points:
Component Selection
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fuse were chosen because these components meet GR
1089 surge immunity requirements without the use of
additional series resistance. An MC is chosen to reduce
degradation of data rates. The voltage rating of the
P1800SCMC or P1800Q22C (or P1804UC or P2106UC
or two SDP1800Q38CB) was selected to ensure loop
powering up to 150 V. The voltage rating of the P0640SCMC
or P0640Q22C was selected to ensure coordination with
varying voltage signals.
a. Simplexed telephone connections, including Tip and
Ring, Tip-1 and Ring-1, E&M leads and auxiliary leads
b. Earth grounding connections
The voltage shall be gradually increased from zero to
120 VRMS for approved terminal equipment, or 300 VRMS
for protective circuitry, then maintained for one minute.
The current between a. and b. shall not exceed 10 mAPK at
Figure 4.16 T1/E1/J1 Overview
Central Office
Line Regenerator
Line Regenerator
Transceiver
3000 ft
6000 ft
TX Pair
RX Pair
Line powered DLC Four-wire,1.544 Mbps / 2.048 Mbps
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Figure 4.17 T1/E1/J1 Protection
Regenerator
COT
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P0300SAMC or
TX P0300Q12A
P1800SCMC or
P1800Q22C
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P0640SCMC or
P0640Q22C
RX
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Source
Transceiver
Transceiver
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RX
P1800SCMC or
P1800Q22C
P0300SAMC or
P0300Q12A
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P0640SCMC or
P0640Q22C
TX
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Figure 4.18 T1/E1/J1 Quad Protection
COT
Regenerator
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P0800SAMC or
P0090Q12A
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P0640Q22C
P1804UC
Power
Source
Transceiver
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Transceiver
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RX
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P0090Q12A
P0640SCMC or
P0640Q22C
TX
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Figure 4.19 T1/E1/J1 Symmetrical Protection
COT
Regenerator
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P0080SAMC or
P0080Q12A
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Source
–130 V
RX
P0080SAMC or
P0080Q12A
1
3
4
6
P2106UC or
Two
SDP
1800Q38CB
RX
Transceiver
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P0640Q22C
2
+130 V
Transceiver
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P0640SCMC or
P0640Q22C
TX
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Equipment
T1/E1/J1 Asymmetrical Circuit Protection
Battrax® Gate Buffer Circuit
The A2106UC6 Surface Mount SIDACtor device provides
asymmetrical protection for T1/E1/J1 transceivers. (Figure
4.20) Metallic events are limited to less than 80 V on
the line side of the transformer. The minimum turn on
voltage for the A2106 is 170 V from Tip to Ground and
Ring to Ground. This is compliant with TIA-968-A. The
secondary side of the transformer has the P0080SAMC
or P0080Q12A SIDACtor device that limits differential
voltages to less than 25 V.
Many SLIC card designs do not require the Battrax
protection gate buffer circuit shown in Figure 4.21.
This circuit is useful to improve the voltage overshoot
performance during AC power fault events. There is
no impact on lightning surge performance as the gate
capacitor is the only current source required during high dv/
dt events.
During slower events (such as power fault), the current
from the capacitor (C x dv/dt) may not source the needed
current (100 mA max) to gate the SCR on. Under these
conditions, this buffer circuit will source the needed
current. The SLIC card bias supply is a negative (sinking)
supply and cannot source any current.
Protection Circuitry
The T1/E1/J1 transceiver circuit is protected from AC
power fault events (also known as over current events)
by the 04611.25 TeleLink fuses. The TeleLink fuses in
combination with the SIDACtor devices are compliant with
the requirements of GR 1089, TIA-968-A, and UL 60950-1.
In many designs, the bias supply is also the main supply
powering the SLIC card. As such, the supply has a
significant load at all times. This is the source of the gate
current. When sourcing the gate current, the bias supply
is actually being relieved of the load. As long as the load
on the bias supply is 100 mA for each line protected, this
buffer circuit is not needed. For lightly loaded bias supplies,
this circuit may be useful.
Additional T1 Design Considerations
A T1 application can be TIA-968-A approved as two different
possible device types. An XD device means an external
CSU is used, and while the unit does not have to meet
the TIA-968-A environmental test conditions, it must
connect only behind a separately registered DE device.
This XD equipment does not have to meet the T1 pulse
template requirements. If not classified as an XD device,
then typically the application must adhere to TIA-968-A
environmental test conditions.
Protection Circuitry
The buffer circuit consists of a diode, a resistor, and a
transistor connected as shown. A small current iq circulates
constantly from the supply through the resistor and diode.
When required to source current (during a fault condition
where the emitter is being pulled more negative than the
Vbias supply), the transistor Q will turn on because iq is
available as base current and Q will provide the needed
current from its collector, out the emitter and into the
gate of the Battrax device. One buffer circuit may provide
current to several Battrax devices if properly designed.
Figure 4.20 T1/E1/J1 Asymmetrical Protection
Transceiver
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P0080SAMC or
P0080Q12A
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+130 V
Loop Current
Power Source
1
3
4
6
Component Selection
A2106UC6
Transistor Q should be selected to have a collector
breakdown voltage well in excess of the bias supply voltage.
The current available from Q will be Hfe x Vbias / R where Hfe
is the gain of the transistor. The current available should be
at least 100 mA per line protected. Selection of a Darlington
pair transistor with a large gain can greatly increase the
allowed value of R, reducing the quiescent dissipation.
-130 V
5
P0080SAMC or
P0080Q12A
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The diode D need only be a small signal diode and may
not be needed if the supply has its own source current
protection built in.
-VREF
The resistor R should be selected by the equation above
to yield the needed source current. Keep in mind that it
will dissipate V2bias / R and should be sized appropriately. If
there is ANY constant load on the Vbias supply due to the
SLIC card design, the equivalent resistance of that load
may be lumped into the R calculation and, in many cases,
make R unnecessary.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Equipment
Analog Line Cards/SLIC Protection
Given that line cards are highly susceptible to transient
voltages, network hazards such as lightning and power
fault conditions pose a serious threat to equipment
deployed at the central office and in remote switching
locations. To minimize this threat, adequate levels of
protection must be incorporated to ensure reliable
operation and regulatory compliance.
On-Hook (Relay) Protection
On-hook protection is accomplished by choosing a
SIDACtor® device that meets the following criteria to
ensure proper coordination between the ring voltage and
the maximum voltage rating of the relay to be protected.
VDRM > VBATT7RING
Protection Requirements
VS ≤ VRelay Breakdown
When designing overvoltage protection for analog line
cards, it is often necessary to provide both on-hook (relay)
and off-hook (SLIC) protection. This can be accomplished in
two stages, as shown in Figure 4.22
This criterion is typically accomplished using two P2600S_
or P2600Q_ SIDACtor devices (where _ denotes the surge
current rating) connected from Tip to Ground and Ring to
Ground. However, for applications using relays such as an
LCAS (Line Card Access Switch), consider the P1200S_ or
P1200Q_ from Tip to Ground and the P2000S_ or P2000Q_
from Ring to Ground.
The following regulatory requirements may apply:
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Off-hook protection is accomplished by choosing a
SIDACtor device that meets the following criteria to ensure
proper coordination between the supply voltage (VREF) and
the maximum voltage rating of the SLIC to be protected.
When designing overvoltage protection for analog line
cards, it is often necessary to provide both on-hook (relay)
and off-hook (SLIC) protection. This can be accomplished in
two stages, as shown in Figure 4.22
VDRM > VREF
VS ≤ VSLIC Breakdown
This criterion can be accomplished in a variety of ways.
Applications using an external ringing generator and a fixed
battery voltage can be protected with a single P0641CA2
or two P0641SA SIDACtor devices or with any of the
following, depending on the actual value of the battery
reference voltage:
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Equipment
IPP Selection
Reference Diagrams
The IPP of the SIDACtor device must be greater than or
equal to the maximum available surge current (IPK(available))
of the applicable regulatory requirements. Calculate the
maximum available surge current by dividing the peak
surge voltage supplied by the voltage generator (VPK) by the
total circuit resistance (RTOTAL). The total circuit resistance
is determined by adding the source resistance (RS) of the
surge generator to the series resistance in front of the
SIDACtor device on Tip and Ring (RTIP and RRING).
IPP > IPK(available)
Littelfuse offers a wide variety of protection solutions for
SLIC applications. Some non-ringing SLIC applications
require an asymmetrical type of protection, while others
require a balanced protection solution. The ringing SLIC
applications can be protected with fixed voltage SIDACtor
devices or with programmable Battrax devices. Figure
4.23 through Figure 4.39 illustrate these many different
solutions. The TeleLink fuse is also included in many of
these illustrations so that GR 1089-compliant overvoltage
and overcurrent protection is provided.
IPK(available) = VPK / RTOTAL
Figure 4.23 SLIC Protection
For metallic surges:
RTOTAL = RS3TIP3RING
SLIC
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Tip
RTOTAL = RS3TIP
P0641SC or
P0641Q22C
RTOTAL = RS3RING
P0641SC or
P0641Q22C
Ring
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LCAS
Relay
Ring
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P0641SA
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Tip
P0641SA
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Resistance—Battrax
LFR *
LCAS
Relay
SLIC
Tip
-Vbat
A1220UA
0.2 μF
Teccor
Bxxxx_
LFR *
Ring
* Assumed minimum resistance of 12 Ω. If the LFR does not have a fusible link,
then the 04611.25 is recommended for overcurrent protection as shown in Figure 4.24.
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Equipment
Figure 4.28 illustrates the use of discrete SIDACtor devices
to form asymmetrical overvoltage protection (OVP) for the
LCAS relay, the 0461 1.25 TeleLink fuse for overcurrent
protection (OCP), and the single Battrax for SLIC chipset OVP.
P0641DF-1E Application example
Figure 4.26 shows an SLIC application that is protected by
the single P0641DF-1E fixed SLIC device and two 600R150
PTC devices . This surface mount MS-012 package provides
a minimum footprint protection solution for both tip and
ring for a single SLIC chipset. The P0641DF-1E device
protects against both positive and negative induced surge
events.
Figure 4.28 SLIC Protection with Battrax
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SLIC
LCAS RELAY
Tip
The integrated diodes within the package eliminates the
need for external discrete diodes (these provide protection
from voltage levels exceeding ground potential by more
than a forward diode voltage drop). The P0641DF-1E uses
a SIDACtor device that will provide protection from voltage
levels exceeding negative potentials lower than 77 volts.
P12000SC or
P1200Q22C
-Vbat
0.2 μF
P2000SC or
P2000Q22C
B1101UC
Ring
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The two 600R150 PTC devices provide overcurrent
protection for each individual tip and ring connection. This
combined PTC and SIDACtor fixed SLIC protector provides
a protection solution compliant with most global standards
and recommendations.
Figure 4.29 illustrates the use of asymmetrical SIDACtor
devices to protect the LCAS relay, the 0461 1.25 TeleLink
fuse for overcurrent protection, and the QUAD Battrax for
SLIC chipset OVP.
Figure 4.29 SLIC Protection with Quad Battrax with
Asymmetrical Relay Protection
This solution provides a pin-to-pin compatible solution to
the programmable TISP 61089 solution but with a fixed
threshold protector value and without the need for any
additional support components or connections.
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RELAY
SLIC
Tip
Figure 4.26 P0641DF-1E Application Example
P1200SC or
P1200Q22C
P0641DF-1E
8
1
PTC
P2000SC or
P2000Q22C
SLIC
TIP
Ring
7
2
3
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B1101UC4
6
RING
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LCAS
RELAY
0.2 μF
One quad package
protects two ports.
SLIC
Tip
PTC
4
P1200SC or
P1200Q22C
5
P2000SC or
P2000Q22C
Figure 4.27 SLIC Protection with Asymmetrical Devices
Ring
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LCAS
RELAY
P605 P0720SC
SLIC
Figure 4.30 illustrates the use of discrete SIDACtor
components for asymmetrical relay protection.
Tip
P1200SC or
P1200Q22C
P2000SC or
P2000Q22C
110 72
Figure 4.30 SLIC Asymmetrical Protection
72 110
LCAS
RELAY
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SLIC
Tip
Ring
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P1200SC or
P1200Q22C
P605 P0720SC
P0641SC or
P0641Q22C
P2500SC or
P2500Q22C
P2500SC or
P2500Q22C
Ring
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P0641SC or
P0641Q22C
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Equipment
Figure 4.31 illustrates the use of the P2600SA or
P2600Q12A and P0721CA2 or P0721DF-1E for overvoltage
protection and the 0461.500 for overcurrent protection in
addition to 12 Ω of series resistance on both Tip and Ring.
The series resistance is required to limit the transient
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series SIDACtor devices and the 0461.500 TeleLink® fuse.
Figure 4.33 illustrates a single port LCAS protection
solution version with the TeleLink and discrete SIDACtors.
Figure 4.33
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RELAY
P0721CA2 or
P0721DF-1E
LCAS
RELAY
SLIC
Tip
Figure 4.31 SLIC Protection with Fixed Voltage
SIDACtor Devices
12 Ω
SLIC Protection with Single Port Discrete
P1200SC or
P1200Q22C
P0641CA2 or
P0641DF-1E
SLIC
P1200SC or
P1200Q22C
Tip
P2600A or
P2600Q12A
Ring
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P2600SA or
P2600Q12A
Figure 4.34 shows protection of a SLIC using 12 Ω
series resistors on both Tip and Ring in addition to
Littelfuse’s Battrax (B1100CC) and a diode bridge (General
Semiconductor part number EDF1BS). However, the
overshoot caused by the diode bridge must be considered.
The series resistance (a minimum of 12 Ω on Tip and
12 Ω on Ring) limits the simultaneous surge currents of
100 A from Tip to Ground and 100 A from Ring to Ground
(200 A total) to within the surge current rating of the SArated SIDACtor device and Battrax. The diode bridge shunts
all positive voltages to Ground, and the B1100CC shunts all
negative voltages greater than |-VREF -1.2 V| to Ground.
Ring
12 Ω
0461.500
Figure 4.32 illustrates a single package asymmetrical LCAS
overvoltage solution that minimizes the PCB footprint.
Combining this OVP with the surface mount TeleLink fuse
(0461 1.25EER) OCP provides a fully GR-1089 lightning and
power fault immunity compliant solution. The P0641DF-1E
(or P0641CA2) provides the tertiary protection required for
the SLIC chipset. This dual OVP combination provides the
necessary protection for the LCAS relay and SLIC silicon.
Figure 4.32
Figure 4.34 SLIC Protection with Single Battrax
SLIC Protection with TeleLink Multiport
12 Ω 0461.500
LCAS
RELAY
-VREF
LCAS
RELAY
0.2 μF SLIC
Tip
SLIC
Tip
P3100SA or
P3100Q12A
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P0641CA2 or
P0641DF-1E
EDF1BS
P3100SA or
P3100Q12A
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Ring
12 Ω 0461.500
Ring
A1220UC4
One quad package
protects two ports.
LCAS
RELAY
SLIC
Tip
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P0641CA2 or
P0641DF-1E
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Ring
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B1100CC
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Baseband Equipment
In Figure 4.35 an application that requires 50 Ω Line Feed
Resistors (LFR) uses one B1160CC and two EDF1BS
diode bridges in place of multiple SLIC protectors. The
overshoot caused by the diode bridge must be considered;
however, with this approach it is imperative that the sum
of the loop currents does not exceed the Battrax’s holding
current. In the application shown in Figure 4.35, each loop
current would have to be limited to 80 mA. For applications
requiring the protection of four twisted pair with one
Battrax, use the B1200CC and limit each individual loop
current to 50 mA.
Figure 4.37 SLIC Protection with a Single Battrax
Quad Negative Device
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SLIC
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R1
-VREF
B1xx1UC4
Figure 4.35 SLIC Protection with a Single Battrax Device
6
4
5
2
0.2 μF
1
3
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T2
Tip
SLIC
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R2
SLIC
RELAY
P3100SA or P3100Q12A
P3100SA or P3100Q12A
Figure 4.38 SLIC Protection with a Battrax Dual
Positive/Negative Device
Ring
B1160CC
50 Ω LFR
0.2 μF
-VREF
50 Ω LFR
EDF1BS
SLIC
SLIC
RELAY
P3100SA or P3100Q12A
0.2 μF
Tip
0.2 μF
Tip
+VREF -V
REF
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B3104UC
P3100SA or P3100Q12A
Ring
Ring
+VREF -VREF
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50 Ω LFR
Figure 4.36, Figure 4.37, and Figure 4.39 show circuits
that use negative Battrax devices containing an internal
diode for positive surge protection. This obviates using
the discrete diodes shown in Figure 4.36, Figure 4.37, and
Figure 4.39. Figure 4.38 shows the combination negative/
positive Battrax device.
SLIC Protection Options
Figure 4.39 illustrates a Quad Battrax SLIC protection
option.
Figure 4.39 SLIC Protection with Quad Battrax
Figure 4.36 SLIC Protection with a Dual Battrax Device
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-VREF
SLIC
Ring
T
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B1xx1UC
SLIC
B1101UC4
0.2 μF
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0.2 μF
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R
Tip
SLIC
Ring
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Baseband Equipment
ISDN Circuit Protection
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) circuits
require protection at the Network Termination Layer 1
(NT1) U-interface and at the Terminating Equipment (TE)
or Terminating Adapter (TA) S/T interface. Signal levels at
the U-interface are typically ±2.5 V; however, with sealing
currents and maintenance loop test (MLT) procedures,
voltages approaching 150 VRMS can occur. (Figure 4.40)
Component Selection
5IFi4$.$wSIDACtor devices and 04611.25 TeleLink fuse
were chosen because these components meet GR 1089
surge immunity requirements without the use of additional
series resistance. An MC is chosen to reduce degradation
of data rates. The P2600SCMC voltage rating was selected
to ensure coordination with MLT voltages that can
approach 150 VRMS. The voltage rating of the P0640SCMC
was selected to ensure coordination with varying signal
voltages.
Protection Circuitry
Longitudinal protection was not used at either the U- or
the TA/TE-interface due to the absence of an earth-toground connection. (Figure 4.41) At the U-interface, the
P2600SCMC SIDACtor device and 04611.25 TeleLink fuse
provide metallic protection, while the TA/TE-interface uses
the P0640SCMC SIDACtor device and 04611.25 TeleLink
fuse.
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Terminal
Adapter
ISDN Compliant
Central Office Switching
System
T
Network
Termination
Layer 1
Terminal Equipment
(ISDN
Compliant)
B1
NT1
CO
ISDN DSL
2-Wire,
160 kbps
2B1Q ±2.5 V
TA
Non-ISDN
Terminal
POTS
T
U
Reference
B2
TE
D
B1
S
TE
T
NT2
PBX
T Reference
4-Wire
B2
D
ISDN Terminal
S
TA
S Reference, 4-Wire
Figure 4.41 ISDN Protection
ISDN U-Interface
ISDN S/T Interface
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P2600SCMC or P2600Q22C
Ring
P0640SCMC or
P640Q22C
TX
ISDN
Transceiver
ISDN
Transceiver
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P0640SCMC or
P640Q22C
RX
Power
Source
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Power
Sink
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
CPE is defined as any telephone terminal equipment
which resides at the customer’s site and is connected
to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).
Telephones, modems, caller ID adjunct boxes, PBXs, and
answering machines are all considered CPE.
Figure 4.42 POTS (Plain Old Telephone Sets)
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P3100SBLRP or
P3100Q12BLRP or
P3100EB
Protection Requirements
To Protected
Components
Ring
CPE should be protected against overvoltages that can
exceed 800 V and against surge currents up to 100 A. In
Figure 4.42 through Figure 4.47, SIDACtor® devices were
chosen because their associated peak pulse current (IPP)
rating is sufficient to withstand the lightning immunity
test of TIA-968-A without the additional use of series
line impedance. Likewise, the fuse shown in Figure 4.42
through Figure 4.47 was chosen because the amps 2time
(I2t) rating is sufficient to withstand the lightning immunity
tests of TIA-968-A without opening, but low enough to
pass UL power fault conditions.
Figure 4.43 Transformer Coupled Tip and Ring Interface
Transmit / Receive
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Tip
-
P3100SBLRP
or
P3100Q12BLRP
or
P3100EB
Ring
+
Ring
Detect
The following regulatory requirements apply:
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All CPE intended for connection to the PSTN must be
registered in compliance with TIA-968-A. Also, because
the National Electric Code mandates that equipment
intended for connection to the telephone network be
listed for that purpose, consideration should be given to
certifying equipment with an approved safety lab such as
Underwriters Laboratories.
Ring
Relay
P3100SBLRP
or
P3100Q12BLRP
or
P3100EB
Transmit/
Receive
Circuitry
Ring
Detect
Figure 4.45 CPE Transistor Network Interface - Option 1
CPE Reference Circuits
Figures 4.42 through Figure 4.47 show examples
of interface circuits which meet all applicable
regulatory requirements for CPE. The P3100SBLRP or
P3100Q12BLRP and P3100EB are used in these circuits
because the peak off-state voltage (V DRM) is greater than
the potential of a Type B ringer superimposed on a POTS
(plain old telephone service) battery.
Transistor
Network
Interface
Hook Switch
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Tip
Ring
Option 1
P3100SBLRP
or
P3100Q12BLRP
or
P3100EB
Ringer
Dialer
IC
150 VRMS —7PK = 268.8 VPK
Note that the circuits shown in Figure 4.42 through
Figure 4.47 provide an operational solution for TIA-968-A.
However TIA-968-A allows CPE designs to pass nonoperationally as well.
DTMF
Speech
Network
Handset
Figure 4.46 CPE Transistor Network Interface - Option 2
Transistor
Network
Interface
Hook Switch
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Tip
For a non-operational solution, coordinate the IPP rating of
the SIDACtor device and the I2t rating of the fuse so that
(1) both will withstand the Type B surge, and (2) during the
Type A surge, the fuse will open.
Ring
Ringer
Option 2
P1800SBLRP
or
P1800Q12BLRP
or
P1800EB
Dialer
IC
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DTMF
Speech
Network
Handset
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
Figure 4.47 Two-line CPE Interface
FXO/DAA protection
FXO/DAA port access to the PSTN (public switched
telephone network) can be protected exclusively by
surface mount technology. Littelfuse offers surface mount
solutions for both over current protection and over voltage
protection. The TeleLink™ fuse provides UL 60950-1 power
fault compliant protection and the SIDACtor® solid-state
device provides TIA-968-A (formerly known as FCC Part
68) lightning surge compliant protection. The TeleLink fuse
over current protection does not react to lightning surge
conditions, thus preventing nuisance openings during these
events. Both the TeleLink fuse and the SIDACtor device
are UL recognized components (file number E10480 and
E133083) for their respective functions. Both of these
devices are RoHS compliant.
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Tip
P3100SBLRP
or
P3100Q12BLRP
or
P3100EB
Ring
Transistor
Network
Interface
Ring
Detect
Note: Different Ground References Shown.
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Tip
P3100SBLRP
or
P3100Q12BLRP
or
P3100EB
Ring
Transistor
Network
Interface
Figure 4.49 illustrates a basic FXO/DAA OVP/OCP
protection solution. Figure 4.50 shows the more
complicated FXS port solution that combines a balanced
SDP OVP solution followed by the tracking Battrax device.
The SDP is coordinated with the Battrax by use of the series
PTC device while the SDP has the TeleLink fuse preceding it
for power fault protection.
Ring
Detect
VOIP ( Voice Over IP ) Overview
A VOIP application contains one FXS with a SLIC function in
the FXS terminal.
The Ethernet port (RJ45 port of Figure 4.48) has protection
solutions outlined in Figures 4.9 and 4.10.
In VOIP applications, the customer connection can be made
over POTS equipment or over specialized digital equipment.
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equipment. POTS analog connections are made through the
FXS (Foreign eXchange Subscriber) circuit, which setups
voice calls over the packet IP (Internet Protocol) network
feed from the Ethernet connection. The 2-wire SLIC
connects this packet network to a POTS line by serving as
the FXS interface. In CPE, this FXS circuit is found in the
gateway. The connection to the PSTN is made through the
FXO (Foreign eXchange Office) so that the user can make
outside calls. This FXO port provides:
Figure 4.49
FXO/DAA Protection
DAA
TeleLink
TIP
P3100SBL or
P3100Q12B
RING
1) Lifeline support (ability to function when local power
fails; i.e. no power to the voice gateway and it is unable
to connect to the packet network)
Figure 4.50
FXS Protection
600R150
or
250S130
2) call congestion redirection (if packet network is
temporarily unavailable, the FXO circuit can continue
the call in an analog manner
Littelfuse has overcurrent and overvoltage solutions
compliant to TIA-968-A, GR-1089, ITUK.20/21, UL-60950-1,
IEC-61000-4-5, etc for the following VOIP ports: FXO, SLIC,
Ethernet (10/100/1000 BaseT) and PoE variants.
1
2
B1101UA4
4
Ethernet
RJ45
DC/DC
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2
6
3
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4 RING
04611.25EER
SDP1100Q38CB
5
6 600R150
or
250S130
04611.25EER
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7
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2
6
3
NC
FXS
Port 1
SLIC
8
7
5
600R150
or
3 250S130
Figure 4.48 FXO connects to the PSTN.
Interface
04611.25EER
NC
FXS
Port 0
3) Remote VoIP dialing (receive calls through PSTN
network and forward it to the VoIP network)
FXO / PSTN
CPE
FXS
(to Telephone )
600R150
or
250S130
DC Power
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5
4 RING
04611.25EER
SDP1100Q38CB
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
CATV Equipment
CATV Equipment
As cable providers enter the local exchange market,
protection of CATV (Community Antenna TV) equipment
becomes even more critical in order to ensure reliable
operation of equipment and uninterrupted service.
Power Inserter and Line Amplifier Reference Circuit
Figure 4.51 and Figure 4.52 show how the P1900ME
SIDACtor device is used to protect line amplifiers and
power supplies versus using two SCRs and one SIDACtor
device, as shown in Figure 4.53. The P1900ME is used
because the peak off-state voltage (VDRM) is well above the
peak voltage of the CATV power supply (90 VRMS √2), and
the peak pulse current rating (IPP) is 3000 A.
Protection Requirements
CATV line equipment should be able to withstand
overvoltages that exceed 6000 V and surge currents up
to 5000 A. CATV station protectors should be able to
withstand overvoltages that exceed 5000 V and surge
currents up to 1000 A. The SIDACtor® devices illustrated in
Figure 4.51 through Figure 4.54 meet these requirements.
The circuits shown in Figure 4.52 and Figure 4.53 may be
covered by or more patents.
Figure 4.51
CATV Amplifier Diagram
The following regulatory requirements may apply:
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CATV Station Protection Reference Circuit
Figure 4.54 shows a P1400AD SIDACtor device used
in a CATV station protection application. Note that a
compensation inductor may be required to meet insertion
and reflection loss requirements for CATV networks. If so,
the inductor should be designed to saturate quickly and
withstand surges up to 200 V and 1000 A. An inductor
with a core permeability of approximately 900 Wb/A·m and
wound with 24-gauge wire to an inductance of 20 μH to
30 μH is an example of a suitable starting point, but the
actual value depends on the design and must be verified
through laboratory testing.
Figure 4.54
Figure 4.52 SIDACtor CATV Amplifier Protection
(incorporated into a power inserter module)
90 VAC RF
To Line
Amplifiers
P1900ME
Power
Port
SIDACtor CATV Station Protection
UL Approved
Compensating
Coaxial Fuse Line
Inductor
To Protected
Equipment
Figure 4.53
CATV Amplifier Protection
90 VAC RF
P1400AD
K
To Line
Amplifiers
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
CATV Equipment
Digital Set-top Box Protection
Video Output
The set-top box consists of a power supply and signal
ports. Some of the more recent high-end designs may
have a hard dirve to facilitate program recording. Unlike
traditional analog boxes, the digital devices are more like
computers and so have many of the same system and port
features.
The set-top box has to connect to either a conventional
TV set or monitor. The two most common connectors are
co-ax or SCART (Syndicat des Constructeurs d’Appareils
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output will need a low-capacitance device to be protected.
The multi-pin SCART is a suitable application for a lowcapacitance array. On some designs using two SCARTs
facilitates recording and viewing. A six-pin device is common.
One solution is the SP05xx series Silicon Protection Array.
Cable, satellite, and terrestrial set-top boxes are similar
designs with software variations. Digital broadband
media (DBM) devices are home gateway devices, offering
services including Video On Demand, TV web browsing,
email, and communication services.
Modem Port
Figure 4.55 shows an example of the use of Littelfuse
products in a set-top box design. Some of the data sheets
for the protection solutions high lighted in the illustration
may be found in this SIDACtor data book while others may
be located at the Littelfuse website (www.littelfuse.com).
A modem port is featured on many designs to facilitate
interactive services such as Pay Per View (PPV) and Interactive
Pay Per View (IPPV). The modem port requires similar threat
protection as the conventional twisted pair telephone
connections. The classic overvoltage protection and resettable
overcurrent protection can be deployed in this circuit.
The following agency standards and industry regulations
may apply to digital set-top boxes:
Solution examples include SIDACtor® P3100SBLRP,
SL1002A600SM, PTC, and TeleLink® fuse. Solutions may vary
depending on the end market.
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chosen to comply with TIA-968-A and two TeleLink fuses would
be needed, one in the tip lead, one in the ring lead.
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Audio Output
A stereo jack socket often is provided for home theater
applications. While the signal frequency is low and a variety
of overvoltage protection can be used, the main concern
is electrostatic discharge (ESD). Solutions include Silicon
Protection Arrays (SPAs), or Multilayer Varistors.
Block Diagram of Set-top Box
RF O/P
SL1002A230SM
USB Port
RF I/P
SL1002A230SM
RF Tuner
A/D
Demod
SMART Card I/F
Smart
Card
Reader
NTSC/PAL
Encoder
Graphics
Controller
Modem
0461 1.25
Ring
CPU
USB Port
Y/C (mini DIN)
'S Video'
V18MLE0603
Ethernet Ports
Audio
Pre-amp
Tip
P3100SBLRP or P3100Q12BLRP
USB ports are provided to support digital cameras, printers,
and MP3 players as well as legacy devices. USB 1.1 solutions
include Multilayer Varistors or Silicon Protection Arrays
(SPAs). The USB 2.0 solution uses the PGB1010603.
V18MLE0603
MPEG 2 AV
Decoder
Audio I/F
Telephone Line
CVBS
(RCA Jack)
SCART
<150 Mbps:
V18MLE0603, SP724
>150 Mbps:
PGB1010603
Ethernet ports enable connection to LANs and so need
medium to low energy protectors of low capacitance.
P0300SBLRP or
P0300Q12BLRP
The SEP (SIDACtor Ethernet Protector) series is the best
choice for protecting Ethernet ports. The specific SEP part
number depends on whether PoE is being implemented and
on the line driver voltage level. The SEP0080CB is the most
likely candidate for non-PoE applications. See the section on
10/100/1000BaseT applications.
V18MLE0603
Hard Disk
Drive
USB1.1:
MHS Series
AC I/P
Line
219XA
C-III series
MOV
Neutral
RS 232
PSU
C-III series MOV
RS 232 serial ports are used for game pads, upgrades, and
diagnostics as well as legacy devices. The best solution for the
RS-232 interface is the P0300SBLRP or for a reduced footprint
solution the P0300Q12BLRP. If the RS-232 driver voltage is
known, then a lower voltage SIDACtor device such as the
P0080Q12BLRP may be selected.
HV275
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SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Primary Protection Modules
Primary Protection Modules
Primary Protection
Primary Protection Reference Circuits
Primary telecommunications protectors must be deployed
at points where exposed twisted pairs enter an office
building or residence. This requirement is mandated
in North America by the National Electric Code (NEC)
to protect end users from the hazards associated with
lightning and power fault conditions.
Figure 4.56 through Figure 4.58 show different
configurations used in primary protection. Note that the
peak off-state voltage (VDRM) of any device intended for use
in primary protection applications should be greater than
the potential of a Type B ringer superimposed on a POTS
(plain old telephone service) battery.
Primary protection is provided by the local exchange carrier
and can be segregated into three distinct categories:
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twisted pair
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multiple (25 or more) twisted pair
SIDACtor Primary Protection
P6002AC
or
P6002AD
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numerous twisted pair feeding into a switch
Station protectors provide primary protection for a singledwelling residence or office. The station protector is
located at the Network Interface Unit (NIU), which acts
as the point of demarcation, separating the operating
company’s lines from the customer’s.
Thermal
Overload
P6002AC
or
P6002AD
Building entrance protection is accomplished by installing
a multi-line distribution panel with integrated overvoltage
protection. These panels are normally located where
multiple twisted pairs enter a building.
Voltage-only
Protection
Voltage and
Sneak Current
Protection
4 W Heat Coil
Figure 4.57
A five-pin protection module plugged into a Main
Distribution Frame (MDF) provides Central and Remote
Office protection. Like station and building entrance
protection, the MDF is located where exposed cables
enter the switching office.
SIDACtor Cell Primary Protection
T10CL270E
Thermal
Overload
Voltage-only
Protection
Littelfuse offers components used in five-pin protectors.
For further details, contact factory.
Protection Requirements
Voltage and
Sneak Current
Protection
T10CL270E
Station protectors must be able to withstand 300 A
10x1000 surge events. The building entrance protectors
and CO protectors must be able to withstand 100 A
10x1000 surge events. Figure 4.56 shows building
entrance protector and CO protector asymmetrical
solutions. Figure 4.58 shows building entrance protector
and CO protector balanced solutions.
4 W Heat Coil
Figure 4.58 Balanced SIDACtor Primary Protection
The following regulatory requirements apply:
P3203AC
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t (3$03&
t *56,
Thermal
Overload
Voltage-only
Protection
Voltage and
Sneak Current
Protection
P3203AC
4 W Heat Coil
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Section continues on next page.
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Primary Protection Modules
Primary Protection Modules
Primary Protection
Primary Protection Reference Circuits
Primary telecommunications protectors must be deployed
at points where exposed twisted pairs enter an office
building or residence. This requirement is mandated
in North America by the National Electric Code (NEC)
to protect end users from the hazards associated with
lightning and power fault conditions.
Figure 4.56 through Figure 4.58 show different
configurations used in primary protection. Note that the
peak off-state voltage (VDRM) of any device intended for use
in primary protection applications should be greater than
the potential of a Type B ringer superimposed on a POTS
(plain old telephone service) battery.
Primary protection is provided by the local exchange carrier
and can be segregated into three distinct categories:
150 VRMSð7PK = 268.8 VPK
t 4UBUJPOQSPUFDUJPO‰UZQJDBMMZBTTPDJBUFEXJUIBTJOHMF
twisted pair
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multiple (25 or more) twisted pair
t $FOUSBMPGmDFQSPUFDUJPO‰UZQJDBMMZBTTPDJBUFEXJUI
numerous twisted pair feeding into a switch
Station protectors provide primary protection for a singledwelling residence or office. The station protector is
located at the Network Interface Unit (NIU), which acts
as the point of demarcation, separating the operating
company’s lines from the customer’s.
Building entrance protection is accomplished by installing
a multi-line distribution panel with integrated overvoltage
protection. These panels are normally located where
multiple twisted pairs enter a building.
A five-pin protection module plugged into a Main
Distribution Frame (MDF) provides Central and Remote
Office protection. Like station and building entrance
protection, the MDF is located where exposed cables
enter the switching office.
Figure 4.56
SIDACtor Primary Protection
P6002AC
or
P6002AD
Thermal
Overload
P6002AC
or
P6002AD
Voltage-only
Protection
Voltage and
Sneak Current
Protection
4 W Heat Coil
Figure 4.57
SIDACtor Cell Primary Protection
T10CL270E
Thermal
Overload
Voltage-only
Protection
Littelfuse offers components used in five-pin protectors.
For further details, contact factory.
Protection Requirements
Voltage and
Sneak Current
Protection
T10CL270E
Station protectors must be able to withstand 300 A
10x1000 surge events. The building entrance protectors
and CO protectors must be able to withstand 100 A
10x1000 surge events. Figure 4.56 shows building
entrance protector and CO protector asymmetrical
solutions. Figure 4.58 shows building entrance protector
and CO protector balanced solutions.
4 W Heat Coil
Figure 4.58 Balanced SIDACtor Primary Protection
The following regulatory requirements apply:
P3203AC
t 6-
t (3$03&
t *56,
Thermal
Overload
Voltage-only
Protection
Voltage and
Sneak Current
Protection
P3203AC
4 W Heat Coil
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Section continues on next page.
SIDACtor ® Protection Thyristors
Primary Protection Modules
Data Line Protectors
In many office and industrial locations, data lines (such
as RS-232, RS-485 and RS-422, etc.) and AC power lines
run in close proximity to each other, which often results
in
voltage spikes being induced onto the data line, causing
damage to sensitive equipment.
Protection Requirements
Data lines should be protected against overvoltages that
can exceed 1500 V and surge currents up to 50 A.
Data Line Reference Circuit
Figure 4.59 shows how a SIDACtor device is used to
protect low voltage data line circuits.
Figure 4.59 Data Line Protection
TXD
P0080SAMC
or
P0300SAMC
P0080Q12A
or
PP0300A12A
RXD
P0080SAMC
or
P0300SAMC
P0080Q12A
or
PP0300A12A
RS-232
I.C.
CTS
P0080SAMC
or
P0300SAMC
P0080Q12A
or
PP0300A12A
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