The selection of Clip-bonded FlatPower packaged diodes from Nexperia for use in industrial and automotive applications has grown. The CFP15B package now has eight hyperfast recovery rectifiers and 32 planar Schottky diodes. They are available in standard and Q-types that adhere to AEC-Q101 requirements for automotive qualifying. The firm emphasises its commitment to increased manufacturing capacity and expedited transition to smaller, thermally optimised packaging by introducing various versions of these products to the market. It gives engineers access to one of the largest portfolios of CFP-packaged diodes available on the market.
These innovative planar Schottky diodes have a working range of 30-100V and 3-15A. Low conduction losses and high efficiency are provided by versions designed for low forward voltage (VF), such as the PMEG100V080ELPE/-Q, for use in applications requiring reverse polarity protection and cost-effective DC-DC converters. These diodes are also available in low leakage variants with the best operating temperature capabilities in their class, ultra-low reverse current, and outstanding resilience against thermal runaway. The eight 200V single-type recovery rectifier devices (PNE200xxEPE/-Q series) deliver an average forward current (IF) between 4 and 10 amps and are a complement to the company’s already existing dual-type recovery rectifiers.
Instead of using DPAK or SMB/C packages, the smaller, higher-power CFP15B package can reduce board area by up to 60% while retaining the same level of electrical performance. Longer running periods and higher board-level dependability are made possible by this tough package design. The lead shape is optimised to provide consistent solder connections for increased AOI. A solution that is especially beneficial for contemporary high-density designs used in ADAS, EV, LED lighting, or ECU applications.