Vishay Intertechnology 24V XClampR TVs in SMC and DO-218AB packages offer the lowest clamp ratios in the industry for high power density

MALVERN, Pa., June 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. (NYSE: VSH) today introduced three new series of surface-mount XClampR 24V transient voltage suppressors that provide superior power dissipation. high peak pulse equivalent to 7 kW of conventional TVS at 10/1000 μs in the SMC package (DO-214AB) and 10/10,000 μs in the DO-218AB. Bi-directional devices offer high power density over a wide operating temperature range of -55 C to +175 C for automotive, telecommunications and industrial applications.

With a low clamping voltage of 24 V maximum, the XMC7K24CA series devices provide higher peak impulse current (Ippm) of 180 A at 10/1000 μs — equivalent to the 7 kW power rating of conventional TVS — in the SMC package. With a maximum clamping voltage of 26 V, the XLD5A24CA and XLD8A24CA series offer Ippm of 120 A and 180 A at 10/10,000 μs, equivalent to the 4.6 kW and 7 kW power ratings of conventional TVS, respectively, in the DO-218AB package.

Suitable for high-reliability applications, Vishay General Semiconductor TVs on the market today are available in AEC-Q101 qualified versions and offer extremely stable breakdown voltages of 26.7 V to 29.5 V over their entire temperature range from functioning. Designed to protect sensitive electronic equipment against voltage transients induced by inductive load switching and lightning, TVS are intended for automotive load discharge protection and signal line protection in industrial robot arms and telecommunications systems.

For applications with safety voltages greater than 24V, such as 48V belt-start (BSG) and integrated starter (ISG) generators in mild hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), XLD5A24CA series devices, XLD8A24CA and XMC7K24CA can be daisy-chained. with a standard TV. The devices are RoHS compliant and halogen free, and they offer Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL) of 1 per J-STD-020, 245 C maximum LF peak.

Device specification table:

Article number XLD5A24CA XLD8A24CA XMC7K24CA
Max. operating voltage at standstill 24V
Breakdown voltage 26.7V to 29.5V
Max. Clamping voltage 26V 26V 24V
Peak pulse power (10/1000 μs) 7700W(1) 11,000W(1) 7000W(1)
Peak pulse current (10/1000 μs) 200A 300A 180A
Peak pulse power (10/10000 μs) 4600W(1) 7000W(1) 1100W(1)
Peak pulse current (10/10000 μs) 120A 180A 30A
Max. reverse leakage current 1.0μA
Max. operating junction temperature +175°C
Polarity Bidirectional
Package DO-218AB DO-218AB SMD (DO-214AB)

(1) Equivalent IPPM with conventional televisions

Samples and production quantities of the XClampR TVS are available now, with lead times of 12 weeks.

Vishay manufactures one of the world’s largest portfolios of discrete semiconductors and passive electronic components critical to innovative designs in the automotive, industrial, computing, consumer, telecommunications, military, aerospace and medical. Serving customers around the world, Vishay is The DNA of technology.™ Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. is an NYSE-listed Fortune 1000 company (VSH). More information about Vishay at www.Vishay.com.

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Link to the product sheet:
http://www.vishay.com/ppg?98241 (SMC3K10CAHM3_A TO SMC3K120CAHM3_A)

Link to product photo:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/vishay/albums/72177720299640455

For more information please contact:
Vishay Intertechnology
Pierre Henrici, +1 408 567-8400
peter.henrici@vishay.com
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Bob Decker, +1 415 409-0233
bob.decker@redpinesgroup.com


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