TVS Diode Array AEC-Q 2.8 V 8CH SLVU2.8-8 Series

Littelfuse's AEC-Q101 qualified 2.8 V, 30 A TVS diode arrays are ideal for telecom apps

Image of Littelfuse's SLVU2.8-8 SeriesLittelfuse's SLVU2.8-8 Series TVS Diode Arrays are designed to protect low voltage CMOS devices from ESD and lightning-induced transients. A compensating diode is located in series with each low voltage TVS diode to present low-loading capacitance on the line being protected. These AEC-Q101 qualified devices can safely absorb repetitive ESD strikes at ±30 kV (contact discharge) per the IEC 61000-4-2 standard and can safely dissipate up to 30 A (IEC 61000-4-5, tP=8/20 μs) with very low clamping voltages. Typical applications include protection of 10/100/1000 Ethernet equipment; WAN/LAN equipment; switching systems; desktops, servers, and notebooks; analog inputs; and base stations.

Features
  • Outstanding surge protection, peak pulse power: 750 W
  • Low capacitance of 2.6 pF per line (typ) and 3.0 pF (max)
  • Enhanced ESD capability: ESD, IEC 61000-4-2, ±30 kV (contact)
  • Low dynamic resistance (RDYN) of 0.3 Ω (typ)
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Benefits
  • Compared to similar market solutions, SLU2.8-8 series offers more overhead to electrical threats defined by regulatory standards; 25% more power handling capability
  • 57% lower capacitance than other solutions helps to preserve signal integrity and minimize data loss while offering a more robust device against electrical threats
  • Enhanced ESD protection far exceeds the highest level of the IEC 61000-4-2 standard (±8 kV), providing maximum reliability for equipment during installation and servicing
  • Provides low clamping voltages for sensitive chipsets, protecting them from catastrophic failure and maximizing system uptime and reliability

TVS Diode 2.8

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionTypeAvailable QuantityView Details
TVS DIODE 2.8V 17V 8SOICSLVU2.8-8BTGTVS DIODE 2.8V 17V 8SOICSteering (Rail to Rail)5086 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2015-11-03