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ESD2CAN24-Q1: Stand Off vs. Clamping Voltage Difference

Part Number: ESD2CAN24-Q1

Hey Team,

My customer and I are wondering what the difference is between the Reverse Stand-off voltage (Vrwm) and Clamping voltage (Vclamp) is on the ESD2CAN24-Q1.

Would this be a function of current sunk into diodes - in the case of Vrwm, would the DS be referring to operation at currents <3.5App?

Thank you for the help.

Dajon McGill