403CNQ080 Datasheet PDF - International Rectifier

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403CNQ080
International Rectifier

Part Number 403CNQ080
Description SCHOTTKY RECTIFIER
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SCHOTTKY RECTIFIER
Bulletin PD-2.214 rev. E 05/02
403CNQ...(R) SERIES
400 Amp
Major Ratings and Characteristics
Characteristics
403CNQ... Units
IF(AV) Rectangular
waveform
400
VRRM range
80 to 100
IFSM @ tp = 5 µs sine
25,500
VF @200Apk, TJ=125°C
(per leg)
0.69
TJ range
- 55 to 175
A
V
A
V
°C
COMMON
CATHODE
80.01 [3.150]
40.26 [1.585]
39.75 [1.565]
2X Ø
7.49 [.295]
6.99 [.275]
23.55 [.927]
20.42 [.804]
34.925 [1.375]
REF.
63.50 [2.500]
60.96 [2.400]
92.71 [3.650]
90.17 [3.550]
NOTES:
1. DIMENSIONS ARE SHOWN IN MILLIMETERS [INCHES].
2. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: MILLIMETER
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TO-244AB
Description/Features
The 403CNQ center tap Schottky rectifier module series has
been optimized for low reverse leakage at high temperature.
The proprietary barrier technology allows for reliable opera-
tion up to 175 °C junction temperature. Typical applications
are in high current switching power supplies, plating power
supplies, UPS systems, converters, free-wheeling diodes,
welding, and reverse battery protection.
175 °C TJ operation
Center tap module
High purity, high temperature epoxy encapsulation for
enhanced mechanical strength and moisture resistance
Low forward voltage drop
High frequency operation
Guard ring for enhanced ruggedness and long term
reliability
Ø
10.41
9.65
[.410]
[.380]
403CNQ100
Lug
Terminal
Anode 1
Lug
Terminal
Anode 2
20.32 [.800]
17.78 [.700]
Ø
4.95 [.195]
4.70 [.185]
1/4-20 SLOTTED HEX
15.75 [.620]
14.99 [.590]
Base
Common Cathode
403CNQ100(R)
Lug
Terminal
Cathode 1
Lug
Terminal
Cathode 2
3.35 [.132]
3.02 [.119]
Base
Common Anode
Modified JEDEC
Outline TO-244AB
Dimensions in millimeters and (inches)
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403CNQ...(R) Series
Bulletin PD-2.214 rev. E 05/02
Voltage Ratings
Part number
VR Max. DC Reverse Voltage (V)
VRWM Max. Working Peak Reverse Voltage (V)
403CNQ080
80
403CNQ090
90
403CNQ100
100
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameters
IF(AV) Max. Average Forward Current
* See Fig. 5
IFSM Max. Peak One Cycle Non-Repetitive
Surge Current (Per Leg) * See Fig. 7
EAS Non-RepetitiveAvalancheEnergy
(Per Leg)
IAR
Repetitive Avalanche Current
(Per Leg)
Electrical Specifications
403CNQ Units Conditions
400 A 50% duty cycle @ TC = 105 °C, rectangular wave form
25,500
3300
15
5µs Sine or 3µs Rect. pulse Following any rated
A load condition and with
10ms Sine or 6ms Rect. pulse rated VRRM applied
mJ TJ = 25 °C, IAS = 1 Amps, L = 30 mH
1 A Current decaying linearly to zero in 1 µsec
Frequency limited by TJ max. VA = 1.5 x VR typical
Parameters
403CNQ Units Conditions
VFM Max. Forward Voltage Drop
(Per Leg) * See Fig. 1
(1)
0.83
0.97
0.69
0.82
IRM Max. Reverse Leakage Current
(Per Leg) * See Fig. 2 (1)
6
80
CT Max. Junction Capacitance (Per Leg)
LS Typical Series Inductance (Per Leg)
dv/dt Max. Voltage Rate of Change
(Rated VR)
5500
5.0
10000
Thermal-Mechanical Specifications
V
V
V
V
mA
mA
pF
nH
V/ µs
@ 200A
@ 400A
TJ = 25 °C
@ 200A
@ 400A
TJ = 125 °C
TJ = 25 °C
TJ = 125 °C
VR = rated VR
VR = 5VDC (test signal range 100Khz to 1Mhz) 25°C
From top of terminal hole to mounting plane
(1) Pulse Width < 300µs, Duty Cycle <2%
Parameters
403CNQ Units Conditions
TJ Max. Junction Temperature Range
Tstg Max. Storage Temperature Range
RthJC Max. Thermal Resistance Junction
to Case (Per Leg)
RthJC Max. Thermal Resistance Junction
to Case (Per Package)
RthCS Typical Thermal Resistance, Case
to Heatsink
wt Approximate Weight
T Mounting Torque Base
Min.
Max.
Mounting Torque Center Hole
Terminal Torque
Typ.
Min.
Max.
Case Style
-55 to 175
-55 to 175
0.20
°C
°C
°C/W DCoperation
* See Fig. 4
0.10 °C/W DCoperation
0.10 °C/W Mounting surface, smooth and greased
79 (2.80) g (oz.)
24 (20)
35 (30)
13.5 (12)
35 (30)
46 (40)
Kg-cm
(Ibf-in)
TO - 244AB Modified JEDEC
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1000
100
10
TJ=175°C
TJ=125°C
TJ= 25°C
403CNQ...(R) Series
Bulletin PD-2.214 rev. E 05/02
1000
100
TJ=175°C
150°C
125°C
10
100°C
1 75°C
.1 50°C
25°C
.01
.001
0
20 40 60 80 100
Reverse Voltage - VR (V)
Fig. 2 - Typical Values Of Reverse Current
Vs. Reverse Voltage (Per Leg)
10000
TJ=25°C
1
0 .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 1 1.1 1.2
FForwarddVVollttageDDrop -VVFM ((VV))
Fig. 1 - Max. Forward Voltage Drop Characteristics
(Per Leg)
1
1000
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100110
Reverse Voltage - VR (V)
Fig. 3 - Typical Junction Capacitance
Vs. Reverse Voltage (Per Leg)
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.1
D=0.50
D=0.33
D=0.25
PDM
D=0.17
.01 D=0.08
.001
.00001
SinglePulse
(Thermal Resistance)
.0001
.001
.01
t1
t2
Notes:
1. DutyfactorD= t1/ t2
2. PeakTJ=PDMxZthJC+TC
.1 1 10 100
t1 , Rectangular Pulse Duration (Seconds)
Fig. 4 - Max. Thermal Impedance ZthJC Characteristics (Per Leg)
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403CNQ...(R) Series
Bulletin PD-2.214 rev. E 05/02
180
170
403CNQ
RthJC (DC)=0.20°C/W
160
150
DC
140
200
D=0.08
D=0.17
D=0.25
150 D=0.33
D=0.50
100
RMSLimit
50
DC
130
0
50 100 150 200 250 300
Average Forward Current - IF(AV) (A)
Fig. 5 - Max. Allowable Case Temperature
Vs. Average Forward Current (Per Leg)
100000
At Any Rated Load Condition
And With Rated V RRM Applied
Following Surge
0
0 50 100 150 200 250 300
Average Forward Current - IF(AV) (A)
Fig. 6 - Forward Power Loss Characteristics
(Per Leg)
10000
DUT
C URRE NT
M ONITOR
1000
10
100
1000
10000
Square Wave Pulse Duration - tp (microsec)
Fig. 7 - Max. Non-Repetitive Surge Current (Per Leg)
L
IR F P 46 0
Rg = 25 ohm
HIG H-SPEED
SW ITCH
FRE E -W H E E L
D IO D E
4 0H FL40 S02
+ Vd = 25 Volt
Fig. 8 - Unclamped Inductive Test Circuit
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