Part Number: TVS3301 Hi Team,
I don't see this spec in datasheet. How to know a protector IC pin maximum withstand voltage? If input maximum voltage is about 60V, can it limit pin voltage to about 30V?
Part Number: TVS3301 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM5176 , Hi,
I would like to use this to protect a LM5176. The latter is spec'd to 60V to input range so in terms of clamping voltage the TVS3301 will do a great job. However, I would prefer to allow…
Part Number: TVS3301 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TVS2700 , TVS2701 , TVS3300 , Hi there, we have two protection applications:
Application 1: DC Input
Working voltage: 28V
AMR of device we are protecting = 40V - clamping voltage should be 40 V or less …
Part Number: TVS3301
Hello support team,
My customer inquires TVS3301 parallel usage. Could you support?
*TVS3301 has 1kV/1100W capability for 61000-4-5. If they put two parallel TVS3301, can these two consider to support 2200W?
*They assume that TVS3301…
Part Number: TVS3301 We have designed a 24 dc input using the TVS3301DRBR for surge protection but when doing in-house testing the component keeps blowing when a 0.5kV surge is applied to the input. I have attached the schematic of the input and wondered…
Part Number: TVS3301 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TVS3300 , Hi,
Can you suggest me an alternate for this
The standoff needs to be same
the max voltage should be 40V
should pass IEC 61000-4-5 (8/20 µs) at 500V 250A