PTC Overcurrent SMD Datasheet by EPCOS - TDK Electronics

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PTC thermistors for
overcurrent protection
SMDs, EIA sizes 0402, 0603 and 1210, 24 V up to
230 V
Series/Type:
Date: April 2020
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Applications
Overcurrent protection
Short circuit protection
Features
Qualification based on AEC-Q200, Rev. D for type A407, A606, A607, A707 and A907
Thermistor chip with lead-free tinned terminations
Small size
Short response times
Suitable for reflow soldering only
Suitable for automatic placement
UL approval for selected types
RoHS-compatible
Delivery mode
Blister tape (EIA case size 1210) or cardboard tape (EIA case sizes 0402 and 0603),
180-mm reel with 8-mm tape, taping to IEC 60286-3
General technical data
Switching cycles N 100
Tolerance of RR(except A907) ΔRR±25 %
Tolerance of RR(for A907) ΔRR±35 %
Operating temperature range (V = 0) Top 40/+125 °C
Operating temperature range (V Vmax, except A407) Top 40/+85 °C
Operating temperature range (V Vmax, for A407) Top 40/+125 °C
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1) Measured on component soldered to standardized PCB (material FR4, thickness 1.5 mm)
Electrical specifications and ordering codes
Type IR1)
mA
IS1)
mA
ISmax
(V=V
max)
A
RR
Ω
Rmin
Ω
EIA
case
size
Approvals Ordering code
Vmax =30VDCorVAC,V
R= 24VDCorVAC
A606 90 180 0.5 27 17 1210 X B59606A0110A062
A607 70 130 0.4 55 30 1210 X B59607A0120A062
Vmax =32VDCorVAC,V
R= 24VDCorVAC
A407 13 32 0.12 470 265 0402 B59407A0115A062
Vmax =60VDCorVAC,V
R= 42VDCorVAC
A622 20 40 0.22 220 150 0603 B59622A0090A062
Vmax =80VDCorVAC,V
R= 63VDCorVAC
A623 13 25 0.15 470 300 0603 B59623A0090A062
A707 50 90 0.3 125 75 1210 X B59707A0120A062
Vmax =265VDCorVAC,V
R=230VDCorVAC
A807 15 40 0.2 400 200 1210 X B59807A0090A062
A907 12 22 0.15 1500 640 1210 X B59907A0120B062
Vmax =400VDCorVAC,V
R=230VDCorVAC
A907 12 22 0.15 1500 640 1210 B59907A0120A062
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Dimensional drawings in mm
EIA case size 0402 Solder pad
Recommended maximum dimensions (mm)
EIA case size 0603 Solder pad
Recommended maximum dimensions (mm)
EIA case size 1210 Solder pad
Recommended maximum dimensions (mm)
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Reliability data
Test Standard Test conditions ΔR25/R25
Electrical endurance,
cycling
IEC 60738-1 Room temperature, ISmax;V
max
Number of cycles: 100
< 25%
< 10%1)
Electrical endurance,
constant
IEC 60738-1 Storage at Vmax and Top,max (@ Vmax)
Test duration: 1000 h
< 25%
< 20%1)
Damp heat IEC 60738-1 Temperature of air: 40 °C
Relative humidity of air: 93%
Duration: 56 days
Test according to IEC 60068-2-78
< 10%
Rapid change
of temperature
IEC 60738-1 T1=T
op,min (0 V), T2=T
op,max (0 V)
Number of cycles: 5
Test duration: 30 min
Test according to IEC 60068-2-14, test Na
< 10%
Vibration IEC 60738-1 Frequency range: 10 - 55 - 10 Hz
Displacement amplitude: 0.75 mm
Test duration: 3 ×2h
Test according to IEC 60068-2-6, test Fc
<5%
< 10%1)
Shock IEC 60738-1 Pulse shape: half-sine
Acceleration: 400 m/s2
Pulse duration: 6 ms; 6 x 5000 pulses
Test according to IEC 60068-2-27, test Ea
<5%
< 10%1)
Climatic sequence IEC 60738-1 Dry heat:T=T
op,max (0 V)
Test duration: 16 h
Damp heat first cycle
Cold:T=T
op,min (0 V)
Test duration: 2 h
Damp heat 5 cycles
Tests performed according to
IEC 60068-2-30
< 10%
Bending test IEC 60738-1 Components reflow-soldered to test board
Maximum bending: 2 mm
Test according to IEC 60068-2-21, test Ue
< 10%
Adhesive strength on
PCB
Shearing of the component soldered on
PCB by a force of 5 N normal to
components longitudinal axis
No visible
damage
Resistance to
soldering heat
IEC 60738-1 Reflow soldering
T= 260 0/+5 °C, tPeak= 30 ... 40 s
Pb-free soldering 3 times
Test according to IEC 60068-2-58
< 20%
1) For type A407, B59407A0115A062
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Characteristics (typical) for A407
PTC resistance RPTC versus
PTC temperature TPTC
(measured at low signal voltage)
PTC current IPTC versus PTC voltage VPTC
(measured at 25 °C in still air)
Rated current IRversus ambient temperature TA
(measured in still air)
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Characteristics (typical) for A606, A607 and A707
PTC resistance RPTC versus
PTC temperature TPTC
(measured at low signal voltage)
PTC current IPTC versus PTC voltage VPTC
(measured at 25 °C in still air)
Switching time tSversus switching current IS
(measured at 25 °C in still air)
Rated current IRversus ambient temperature TA
(measured in still air)
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Characteristics (typical) for A807
PTC resistance RPTC versus
PTC temperature TPTC
(measured at low signal voltage)
PTC current IPTC versus PTC voltage VPTC
(measured at 25 °C in still air)
Switching time tSversus switching current IS
(measured at 25 °C in still air)
Rated current IRversus ambient temperature TA
(measured in still air)
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Characteristics (typical) for A907
PTC resistance RPTC versus
PTC temperature TPTC
(measured at low signal voltage)
PTC current IPTC versus PTC voltage VPTC
(measured at 25 °C in still air)
Switching time tSversus switching current IS
(measured at 25 °C in still air)
Rated current IRversus ambient temperature TA
(measured in still air)
Overcurrent protection
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Characteristics (typical) for A622 and A623
PTC resistance RPTC versus
PTC temperature TPTC
(measured at low signal voltage)
PTC current IPTC versus PTC voltage VPTC
(measured at 25 °C in still air)
Switching time tSversus switching current IS
(measured at 25 °C in still air)
Rated current IRversus ambient temperature TA
(measured in still air)
Overcurrent protection
SMDs, EIA sizes 0402, 0603 and 1210, 24 V up to 230 V
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Cautions and warnings
General
TDK Electronics thermistors are designed for specific applications and should not be used for
purposes not identified in our specifications, application notes and data books unless otherwise
agreed with TDK Electronics during the design-in-phase.
Ensure suitability of thermistor through reliability testing during the design-in phase. The ther-
mistors should be evaluated taking into consideration worst-case conditions.
Storage
Store thermistors only in original packaging. Do not open the package prior to processing.
Storage conditions in original packaging: storage temperature 25 °C ... +45 °C, relative hu-
midity 75% annual mean, maximum 95%, dew precipitation is inadmissible.
Avoid contamination of thermistors surface during storage, handling and processing.
Avoid storage of thermistor in harmful environment with effect on function on long-term opera-
tion (examples given under operation precautions).
Use thermistor within the following period after delivery:
Through-hole devices (housed and leaded PTCs): 24 months
Motor protection sensors, glass-encapsulated sensors and probe assemblies: 24 months
Telecom pair and quattro protectors (TPP, TQP): 24 months
Leadless PTC thermistors for pressure contacting: 12 months
Leadless PTC thermistors for soldering: 6 months
SMDs in EIA sizes 3225 and 4032, and for PTCs with metal tags: 24 months
SMDs in EIA sizes 1210 and smaller: 12 months
Handling
PTCs must not be dropped. Chip-offs must not be caused during handling of PTCs.
The ceramic and metallization of the components must not be touched with bare hands. Gloves
are recommended.
Avoid contamination of thermistor surface during handling.
Soldering (where applicable)
Use rosin-type flux or non-activated flux.
Insufficient preheating may cause ceramic cracks.
Rapid cooling by dipping in solvent is not recommended.
Complete removal of flux is recommended.
Standard PTC heaters are not suitable for soldering.
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Mounting
Electrode must not be scratched before/during/after the mounting process.
Contacts and housing used for assembly with thermistor have to be clean before mounting. Es-
pecially grease or oil must be removed.
When PTC thermistors are encapsulated with sealing material, the precautions given in chapter
"Mounting instructions", "Sealing and potting" must be observed.
When the thermistor is mounted, there must not be any foreign body between the electrode of
the thermistor and the clamping contact.
The minimum force and pressure of the clamping contacts pressing against the PTC must be
10 N and 50 kPa, respectively. In case the assembly is exposed to mechanical shock and/ or
vibration this force should be higher in order to avoid movement of the PTC during operation.
During operation, the thermistor’s surface temperature can be very high. Ensure that adjacent
components are placed at a sufficient distance from the thermistor to allow for proper cooling at
the thermistors.
Ensure that adjacent materials are designed for operation at temperatures comparable to the
surface temperature of thermistor. Be sure that surrounding parts and materials can withstand
this temperature.
Avoid contamination of thermistor surface during processing.
Operation
Use thermistors only within the specified temperature operating range.
Use thermistors only within the specified voltage and current ranges.
Environmental conditions must not harm the thermistors. Use thermistors only in normal at-
mospheric conditions. Avoid use in deoxidizing gases (chlorine gas, hydrogen sulfide gas, am-
monia gas, sulfuric acid gas etc), corrosive agents, humid or salty conditions. Contact with any
liquids and solvents should be prevented.
Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function to prevent secondary product damage
caused by abnormal function (e.g. use VDR for limitation of overvoltage condition).
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Symbols and terms
Symbol Term
AArea
CCapacitance
Cth Heat capacity
fFrequency
ICurrent
Imax Maximum current
IRRated current
Ires Residual current
IPTC PTC current
IrResidual currrent
Ir,oil Residual currrent in oil (for level sensors)
Ir,air Residual currrent in air (for level sensors)
IRMS Root-mean-square value of current
ISSwitching current
ISmax Maximum switching current
LCT Lower category temperature
NNumber (integer)
NcOperating cycles at Vmax, charging of capacitor
NfSwitching cycles at Vmax, failure mode
PPower
P25 Maximum power at 25 °C
Pel Electrical power
Pdiss Dissipation power
RGGenerator internal resistance
Rmin Minimum resistance
RRRated resistance @ rated temperature TR
ΔRRTolerance of RR
RPParallel resistance
RPTC PTC resistance
Rref Reference resistance
RSSeries resistance
R25 Resistance at 25 °C
R25,match Resistance matching per reel/ packing unit at 25 °C
ΔR25 Tolerance of R25
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T Temperature
tTime
TAAmbient temperature
taThermal threshold time
TCFerroelectric Curie temperature
tESettling time (for level sensors)
TRRated temperature @ 25 °C or otherwise specified in the data sheet
Tsense Sensing temperature
Top Operating temperature
TPTC PTC temperature
tRResponse time
Tref Reference temperature
TRmin Temperature at minimum resistance
tSSwitching time
Tsurf Surface temperature
UCT Upper category temperature
VorV
el Voltage (with subscript only for distinction from volume)
Vc(max) Maximum DC charge voltage of the surge generator
VF,max Maximum voltage applied at fault conditions in protection mode
VRMS Root-mean-square value of voltage
VBD Breakdown voltage
Vins Insulation test voltage
Vlink,max Maximum link voltage
Vmax Maximum operating voltage
Vmax,dyn Maximum dynamic (short-time) operating voltage
Vmeas Measuring voltage
Vmeas,max Maximum measuring voltage
VRRated voltage
VPTC Voltage drop across a PTC thermistor
αTemperature coefficient
ΔTolerance, change
δth Dissipation factor
τth Thermal cooling time constant
λFailure rate
Lead spacing (in mm)
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