TVS Diodes

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Manufacturer
STMicroelectronicsVishay General Semiconductor - Diodes Division
Series
TransZorb®USB
Packaging
Cut Tape (CT)Digi-Reel®Tape & Reel (TR)
Type
Steering (Rail to Rail)Zener
Voltage - Reverse Standoff (Typ)
5.25V20V
Voltage - Breakdown (Min)
6V22.5V
Voltage - Clamping (Max) @ Ipp
17V32V
Current - Peak Pulse (10/1000µs)
5A (8/20µs)18.8A
Power - Peak Pulse
600W-
Power Line Protection
NoYes
Applications
General PurposeUSB
Operating Temperature
-55°C ~ 150°C (TJ)-40°C ~ 150°C (TJ)
Package / Case
DO-214AA, SMBSOT-23-6
Supplier Device Package
DO-214AA (SMBJ)SOT-23-6
Stocking Options
Environmental Options
Media
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Series
Package
Product Status
Type
Unidirectional Channels
Bidirectional Channels
Voltage - Reverse Standoff (Typ)
Voltage - Breakdown (Min)
Voltage - Clamping (Max) @ Ipp
Current - Peak Pulse (10/1000µs)
Power - Peak Pulse
Power Line Protection
Applications
Capacitance @ Frequency
Operating Temperature
Mounting Type
Package / Case
Supplier Device Package
9,600
In Stock
1 : $0.38000
Cut Tape (CT)
3,200 : $0.10274
Tape & Reel (TR)
Tape & Reel (TR)
Cut Tape (CT)
Digi-Reel®
Active
Zener
-
1
20V
22.5V
32V
18.8A
600W
No
General Purpose
-
-55°C ~ 150°C (TJ)
Surface Mount
DO-214AA, SMB
DO-214AA (SMBJ)
SOT-23-6
USBLC6-2SC6
TVS DIODE 5.25VWM 17VC SOT23-6
STMicroelectronics
0
In Stock
Check Lead Time
1 : $0.35000
Cut Tape (CT)
3,000 : $0.09484
Tape & Reel (TR)
Tape & Reel (TR)
Cut Tape (CT)
Digi-Reel®
Active
Steering (Rail to Rail)
2
-
5.25V
6V
17V
5A (8/20µs)
-
Yes
USB
-
-40°C ~ 150°C (TJ)
Surface Mount
SOT-23-6
SOT-23-6
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TVS Diodes


TVS Diodes are a semiconductor device designed to limit or stop surges in a specific voltage level. The items in this family are designed using diodes (a component that conducts in just one direction). TVS is an acronym for Transient Voltage Suppression (Suppressor). The types are steering (rail to rail) or Zener with the characteristics of unidirectional channels, bidirectional channels, voltage – reverse standoff, voltage – breakdown, voltage – clamping, current – peak pulse, power – peak pulse, and power line protection.