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Schottky barrier diodes are not PN junctions, but diodes that utilize potential barriers between semiconductor materials and metal electrodes, e.g., Schottky barrier. They have lower forward voltage (VF) characteristics and shorter reverse recovery time (trr) than typical PN junction diodes, making them suitable for switching operation. However, the reverse current (IR) is larger than that of conventional PN diodes.

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Series MC
Outline nSMC_FL
VRRM [V] 30V
Io [A] 5.0A
IFSM [A] 100.0A
IR [mA] 0.300mA
VFM [V] 0.48V
@IFM [A] 5.0A
Operating Temperature Range -55℃ ~ 150℃
Rth(j-c) [°C/W] 8 (j-l)°C/W
Connection type A
Packaging style Reel
Quantity per Package 3000
Weight 0.130g

Packaging Specifications

Packaging style Reel
Quantity per Package 3000
Weight 0.130g

Engineering Documents


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All values except for the graph of Junction capacitance vs. Reverse Voltage of SBD products are maximum values, which are guaranteed. Graphs of Junction capacitance vs. Reverse Voltage show typical values (TYP). The curves of the average forward current rating are formed by connecting points where the junction temperature reaches 150℃.

MSL standards are defined for SMDs to be reflow-soldered, and all Kyocera products are MSL: 1. (No need for damp proof packing)

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Diodes utilizing potential barrier (schottky barrier) formed at a junction between metal electrode and semiconductor.

Related Products Discretes Schottky Barrier Diodes(SBD) FRD/SBD Modules

[Diode]Allowable peak reverse voltage repetitively applicable to diode.
[Thyristor]Allowable peak reverse voltage repetitively applicable between anode and cathode.

[Diode] Maximum average forward current of commercial frequency (50Hz/60Hz) sin wave under condition.
[Thyristor] Maximum average on-state current of commercial frequency (50Hz/60Hz) half sin wave under specified condition.

Abbreviation of Surface Mount Technology. A method of producing electronic circuits on a printed circuit board (PCB) by applying solder paste and placing components on the PCB's surface before the solder is melted in a reflow oven.


Range of ambient temperature while not operating.

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