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P6KE
Transil™, transient voltage surge suppressor (TVS)
Datasheet production data
Features
Peak pulse power: 600 W (10/1000 µs )
Stand-off voltage range 6.8 to 440 V
Unidirectional and bidirectional types
Low clamping factor
Fast response time
UL recognized
Complies with the following standards
IEC 61000-4-2 level 4
15 kV (air discharge)
8 kV (contact discharge)
MIL STD 883G, method 3015-7 Class 3
HBM (human body model)
Description
Transil diodes provide high overvoltage protection
by clamping action. Their instantaneous response
to transient overvoltages makes them particularly
suited to protect voltage sensitive devices such as
MOS Technology and low voltage supplied IC’s.
TM:Transil is a trademarks of STMicroelectronics.
DO-15
(DO-204AC)
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Characteristics P6KE
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1 Characteristics
Figure 1. Electrical characteristics - definitions
Figure 2. Pulse definition for electrical characteristics
Table 1. Absolute maximum ratings (Tamb = 25 °C)
Symbol Parameter Value Unit
PPP Peak pulse power dissipation(1) T
j initial = Tamb 600 W
P Power dissipation on infinite heatsink Tamb = 75 °C 5 W
IFSM
Non repetitive surge peak forward current for unidirectional
types
tp = 10 ms
Tj initial = Tamb
100 A
Tstg Storage temperature range -65 to + 175 °C
TjMaximum operating junction temperature 175 °C
TLMaximum lead temperature for soldering during 10 s at 5 mm from case. 260 °C
1. For a surge greater than the maximum values, the diode will fail in short-circuit.
Table 2. Thermal resistances
Symbol Parameter Value Unit
Rth(j-l) Junction to leads 20 °C/W
Rth(j-a) Junction to ambient on printed circuit. L lead = 10 mm 75
V
CL
V
BR
V
RM
I
RM
I
R
I
PP
V
I
I
RM
I
R
I
PP
V
RM
V
BR
V
CL
V
CL
V
BR
V
RM
I
RM
I
R
I
PP
V
I
I
RM
I
R
I
PP
V
RM
V
BR
V
CL
V
CL
V
BR
V
RM
I
RM
I
R
I
PP
V
I
I
F
V
F
V
CL
V
BR
V
RM
I
RM
I
R
I
PP
V
I
I
F
V
F
Unidirectional
Bidirectional
Symbol Parameter
V Stand-off voltage
V Breakdown voltage
V Clamping voltage
I Leakage current @ V
I Peak pulse current
T Voltage temperature coefficient
V Forward voltage drop
R Dynamic resistance
RM
BR
CL
RM RM
PP
F
D
α
Repetitive pulse current
tr= rise time (µs)
tp= pulse duration time (µs)
trtp
(Tamn
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Table 3. Electrical characteristics - values (Tamb = 25 °C)
Order code
IRM @ VRM(1) VBR @ IR(2) VCL @ IPP
10/1000 µs
VCL @ IPP
8/20µs αT(3) C(4)
max min nom max max max max typ
Unidirectional Bidirectional µA V V V V mA V A V A 10-4/ °C pF
P6KE6V8A P6KE6V8CA 10 5.8 6.45 6.8 7.14 10 10.5 57 13.4 298 5.7 4000
P6KE7V5A P6KE7V5CA 10 6.4 7.13 7.5 7.88 10 11.3 53 14.5 276 6.1 3700
P6KE10A P6KE10CA 1 8.55 9.5 10 10.5 1 14.5 41 18.6 215 7.5 2800
P6KE12A P6KE12CA 0.5 10 11.4 12 12.6 1 16.7 36 21.7 184 7.8 2300
P6KE15A P6KE15CA 0.5 13 14.3 15 15.8 1 21.2 28 27.2 147 8.4 1900
P6KE18A P6KE18CA 0.5 15 17.1 18 18.9 1 25.2 24 32.5 123 8.8 1600
P6KE22A P6KE22CA 0.5 19 20.9 22 23.1 1 30.6 20 39.3 102 9.2 1350
P6KE24A P6KE24CA 0.5 20 22.8 24 25.2 1 33.2 18 42.8 93 9.4 1250
P6KE27A P6KE27CA 0.5 23 25.7 27 28.4 1 37.5 16 48.3 83 9.6 1150
P6KE30A P6KE30CA 0.5 26 28.5 30 31.5 1 41.5 14.5 53.5 75 9.7 1075
P6KE33A P6KE33CA 0.5 28 31.4 33 34.7 1 45.7 13.1 59 68 9.8 1000
P6KE36A P6KE36CA 0.5 31 34.2 36 37.8 1 49.9 12 64.3 62 9.9 950
P6KE39A P6KE39CA 0.5 33 37.1 39 41.0 1 53.9 11.1 69.7 57 10.0 900
P6KE47A P6KE47CA 0.5 40 44.7 47 49.4 1 64.8 9.3 84 48 10.1 800
P6KE56A P6KE56CA 0.5 48 53.2 56 58.8 1 77 7.8 100 40 10.3 700
P6KE68A P6KE68CA 0.5 58 64.6 68 71.4 1 92 6.5 121 33 10.4 625
P6KE82A P6KE82CA 0.5 70 77.9 82 86.1 1 113 5.3 146 27 10.5 550
P6KE100A P6KE100CA 0.5 85 95.0 100 105 1 137 4.4 178 22.5 10.6 500
P6KE120A P6KE120CA 0.5 102 114 120 126 1 165 3.6 212 19 10.7 450
P6KE150A P6KE150CA 0.5 128 143 150 158 1 207 2.9 265 15 10.8 400
P6KE180A P6KE180CA 0.5 154 171 180 189 1 246 2.4 317 12.6 10.8 360
P6KE200A P6KE200CA 0.5 171 190 200 210 1 274 2.2 353 11.3 10.8 350
P6KE220A P6KE220CA 0.5 188 209 220 231 1 328 1.85 388 10.3 10.8 330
P6KE250A P6KE250CA 0.5 213 237 250 263 1 344 1.75 442 9 11 310
P6KE300A P6KE300CA 0.5 256 285 300 315 1 414 1.45 529 7.6 11 290
P6KE350A P6KE350CA 0.5 299 332 350 368 1 482 1.25 618 6.5 11 270
P6KE400A P6KE400CA 0.5 342 380 400 420 1 548 1.1 706 5.7 11 360
P6KE440A P6KE440CA 0.5 376 418 440 462 1 603 1.0 776 5.2 11 350
1. For bidirectional types having VRM 10V, IRM is multiplied by 2
2. Pulse test: tp < 50 ms.
3. ΔVBR = αT * (Tamb - 25) * VBR(25°C).
4. VR = 0 V, F = 1 MHz. For bidirectional types, capacitance value is divided by 2.
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Figure 3. Peak power dissipation vs. initial
junction temperature
(printed circuit board)
Figure 4. Peak pulse power vs. exponential
pulse duration.
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
%
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200
ø
Tj initial (°C)
0.001 0.01 0.1 1 10 100
Ppp (W)
Figure 5. Clamping voltage vs. peak pulse
current(1) Figure 6. Capacitance vs. reverse applied
voltage for unidirectional types
(typical values).
1. The curves in Figure 5 are specified for a junction temperature of 25°C before surge. The given results may be
extrapolated for other junction temperatures by using the following formula : ΔVBR = αT x [Tamb -25] x VBR(25°C)
For intermediate voltages, extrapolate the given results.
0.1 1 10 100 1000
1
10
100
1000
V(V)
CL
Ipp (A)
t
%Ipp
100
50
0
trt<10 s
r
t
Tj initial = 25øC
P6KE 440A
P6KE 220A
P6KE 68A
P6KE 39A
P6KE 22A
P6KE 12A
P6KE 6V8A
P6KE 100A
p
°
t = 20µs
p
t = 1ms
t = 10ms
p
p
Exponential waveform:
C (pF)
110100
10
100
1000
10000
V(V)
R
Tj = 25°Cø
F= 1 MHz
P6KE6V8A
P6KE15A
P6KE68A
P6KE200A
5000
Figure 7. Capacitance vs. reverse applied
voltage for bidirectional types
(typical values).
Figure 8. Peak forward voltage drop vs. peak
forward current for unidirectional
types (typical value).(1)
1. Multiply by 2 for units with VBR > 220 V.
5000
C (pF)
110100
10
100
1000
10000
V(V)
R
Tj = 25°Cø
F= 1 MHz
P6KE6V8CA
P6KE15CA
P6KE68CA
P6KE200CA
N“) In ' : 25's 5E+3 m ) 1E” VR = VRM 1E+2 1E+1 IE+D lE-1 a 25 50 75 100 125 150
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Figure 9. Transient thermal impedance
junction to ambient vs. pulse
duration
Figure 10. Relative variation of leakage
current vs. junction temperature
0.01 0.1 1 10 100 1000
1
10
100
tp
Zth (j-a) (°C/W)
Printed circuit board FR4,
Llead = 10 mm
F 10 CAR Breakdown voltage
Ordering information scheme P6KE
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2 Ordering information scheme
Figure 11. Ordering information scheme
3 Package information
Epoxy meets UL94, V0
Lead-free package
In order to meet environmental requirements, ST offers these devices in different grades of
ECOPACK® packages, depending on their level of environmental compliance. ECOPACK®
specifications, grade definitions and product status are available at: www.st.com.
ECOPACK® is an ST trademark.
P6 KE 100 CA RL
Peak Pulse Power
Breakdown Voltage
Packaging
P6 = 600 W
100 = 100 V
Blank = Ammopack tape
RL = Tape and reel
Types
A = Unidirectional
CA = Bidirectional
Table 4. DO-15 dimensions
Ref.
Dimensions
Millimeters Inches
Min. Max. Min. Max.
A 6.05 6.75 0.238 0.266
B 2.95 3.53 0.116 0.139
C 26 31 1.024 1.220
D 0.71 0.88 0.028 0.035
D
B
A
CC
P6KE Package information
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Table 5. Marking
Unidirectional
order code Marking(1)
1. Includes a space character after P6KE for ECOPACK2 compliant devices
Bidirectional
order code Marking(1)
P6KE6V8A P6KE6V8A P6KE6V8CA P6KE6V8CA
P6KE7V5A P6KE7V5A P6KE7V5CA P6KE7V5CA
P6KE10A P6KE10A P6KE10CA P6KE10CA
P6KE12A P6KE12A P6KE12CA P6KE12CA
P6KE15A P6KE15A P6KE15CA P6KE15CA
P6KE18A P6KE18A P6KE18CA P6KE18CA
P6KE22A P6KE22A P6KE22CA P6KE22CA
P6KE24A P6KE24A P6KE24CA P6KE24CA
P6KE27A P6KE27A P6KE27CA P6KE27CA
P6KE30A P6KE30A P6KE30CA P6KE30CA
P6KE33A P6KE33A P6KE33CA P6KE33CA
P6KE36A P6KE36A P6KE36CA P6KE36CA
P6KE39A P6KE39A P6KE39CA P6KE39CA
P6KE47A P6KE47A P6KE47CA P6KE47CA
P6KE56A P6KE56A P6KE56CA P6KE56CA
P6KE68A P6KE68A P6KE68CA P6KE68CA
P6KE82A P6KE82A P6KE82CA P6KE82CA
P6KE100A P6KE100A P6KE100CA P6KE100CA
P6KE120A P6KE120A P6KE120CA P6KE120CA
P6KE150A P6KE150A P6KE150CA P6KE150CA(2)
2. Includes a space character after P6KE for ECOPACK1 compliant devices in tape and reel packaging.
P6KE180A P6KE180A P6KE180CA P6KE180CA
P6KE200A P6KE200A P6KE200CA P6KE200CA
P6KE220A P6KE220A P6KE220CA P6KE220CA
P6KE250A P6KE250A P6KE250CA P6KE250CA
P6KE300A P6KE300A P6KE300CA P6KE300CA
P6KE350A P6KE350A P6KE350CA P6KE350CA
P6KE400A P6KE400A(2) P6KE400CA P6KE400CA
P6KE440A P6KE440A(2) P6KE440CA P6KE440CA
Ordering information P6KE
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5 Revision history
Table 6. Ordering information
Order code Marking(1)
1. Logo, date code, type code, cathode band (for unidirectional types only).
Package Weight Base qty Delivery mode
P6KExxxx See Ta b l e 5 DO-15 0.4 g 1000 Ammopack
P6KExxxxRL 6000 Tape and reel
Table 7. Document revision history
Date Revision Changes
Feb-2003 4A Last update
Oct-2004 5
1/ Note 5, figure 7 on page 4, updated from VBR > 220V to
VBR 200V.
2/ Types table on page 2: IPP (@10/1000µs) changed for
P6KE220xx to P6KE440xx
14-Sep-2011 6
Updated IRM @ VRM values, VBRmax @ IR for P6KE33 and
order codes in Ta bl e 3 . Updated footnotes to Ta b l e 5 .
Updated TL temperature in Table 1.
26-Apr-2012 7 Corrected typographical area Ta bl e 3 .
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