Littelfuse, P3100SALRP, SIDAC, 275V 0.005mA, 2-Pin DO-214AA

  • RS Stock No. 738-3220
  • Mfr. Part No. P3100SALRP
  • Manufacturer Littelfuse
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Product Details

SIDACtor® Protection Thyristors for Baseband

SIDACtor® Series DO-214AA are designed to protect baseband equipment such as modems, line cards, CPE and DSL from damaging overvoltage transients.

Low voltage overshoot
Low on-state voltage
Does not degrade with use
Fails short circuit when surged in excess of ratings
Low Capacitance

Transient Voltage Suppressors, Littelfuse

Specifications
Attribute Value
Peak On-State Voltage 4V
Maximum Holding Current 150mA
Surge Current Rating 0.8A
Repetitive Peak Reverse Voltage 275V
Repetitive Peak Forward Blocking Voltage 275V
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type DO-214AA (SMB)
Pin Count 2
Repetitive Peak Off-State Current 0.005mA
Dimensions 4.6 x 3.95 x 2.45mm
Length 4.6mm
Width 3.95mm
Height 2.45mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +150 °C
790 In stock for delivery within 5 working day(s)
Price (ex. GST) Each (In a Pack of 10)
$ 0.521
(exc. GST)
$ 0.573
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
Per Pack*
10 - 140
$0.521
$5.21
150 - 490
$0.508
$5.08
500 - 990
$0.495
$4.95
1000 - 2490
$0.481
$4.81
2500 +
$0.469
$4.69
*price indicative
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