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SN65LVDT390: Thermal Information

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Part Number: SN65LVDT390

Hi Team, I hope you can help us fill in this information for our customer.

Theta Jb, Theta Jc (Top), Theta Jc (Bottom), Theta Ja, Reliability Tj Max, "Operating Tj Max", "Absolute Tj Max"

Thank you very much

Regards,

Mark

  • Hi Mark,

    We will submit a request for this information and get back to you soon.

    Regards,

    I.K. 

  • In reply to I.K. Anyiam:

    Hi Mark,

    ΘJA = 76.7

    ΘJC(top) = 36.1

    ΘJB = 34.9

    ψJT = 6.2

    ψJB = 34.7

    ΘJC(bottom) = n/a

    There aren't any specifications for Tj, but you can estimate the maximum junction temperature with Tjmax= TAmax + (Pd x θJA)

    where TA is the operating free-air temperature and Pd is the power dissipation.

    Regards,

    I.K. 

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