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Part Number: SN75469
My customer asked us about Safe Operation Area(SOA) of SN75469.
Q1:Please let me know about SOA (safe operation area).
Q2:Please let me know the values in the table for point A shown in the figure.
We will look into your request.
Thank you for your patience.
Regards,Ronald MichallickLinear Applications
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In reply to Ron Michallick:
Apologies for the delay through the US holiday season.
Please see the SOA below for the SN75469 device. Does this help to answer your question?
In reply to Michael J Schultis:
Thank you for you kindly reply.
And I apologize for the late reply by holiday.
I understand answer of Q1.(Please let me know about SOA (safe operation area))
Then, do you know about Q2?(Please let me know the values in the table for point A shown in the figure.)
In reply to yoshiki hasebe:
The plot shows that the point A is at about 2.8V.
Since the safe operating area is based on a calculation from the thermal limit of the device, we don't have data to support short pulse duration stresses on the device.
It would be my recommendation to stay within the SOA curve regardless of the pulse duration.
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