NSR0530P2: Schottky Barrier Diode, 500 mA, 30 V

Description: Schottky diodes are optimized for very low forward...
  • Schottky diodes are optimized for very low forward voltage drop and low leakage current and are used in a wide range of dc-dc converter, clamping and protection applications in portable devices. NSR0530P2 in a SOD-923 miniature package enables designers to meet the challenging task of achieving higher efficiency and meeting reduced space requirements.
  • Features
  • Very Low Forward Voltage Drop - 370 mV @ 100 mA
  • Low Reverse Current - 1.4 A @ 10 V VR
  • 500 mA of Continuous Forward Current
  • Power Dissipation of 190 mW with Minimum Trace
  • Very High Switching Speed
  • Low Capacitance - CT = 10 pF
  • This is a Pb-Free Device
  • Applications
  • LCD and Keypad Backlighting
  • Camera Photo Flash
  • Buck and Boost dc-dc Converters
  • Reverse Voltage and Current Protection
  • Clamping and Protection
  • End Products
  • Mobile Handsets
  • Digital Camera and Camcorders
  • Technical Documentation & Design Resources
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    Availability and Samples
    NSR0530P2T5G
  • Status: Active
  • Compliance: Pb-free Halide free 
  • Description: Schottky Barrier Diode, 500 mA, 30 V
  • Package Type: SOD-923-2
  • Package Case Outline: 514AB
  • MSL: 1
  • Container Type: REEL
  • Container Qty: 8000
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  • NSVR0530P2T5G
  • Status: Active
  • Compliance: AEC Qualified PPAP Capable Pb-free Halide free 
  • Description: Schottky Barrier Diode, 500 mA, 30 V
  • Package Type: SOD-923-2
  • Package Case Outline: 514AB
  • MSL: 1
  • Container Type: REEL
  • Container Qty: 8000
  • Packages
    Specifications
  • Configuration: Single 
  • VRRM Min (V): 30 
  • VF Max (V): 0.46 
  • IRM Max (µA): 200 
  • IO(rec) Max (A): 0.5 
  • IFSM Max (A):
  • trr Max (ns):
  • Cj Max (pF): 10 
  • Package Type: SOD-923-2 
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