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S1MWF

1.0A SURFACE MOUNT GLASS PASSIVATED RECTIFIER

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Description

The S1MWF is a rectifier packaged in the small form factor, low profile SOD123F package. Providing high reverse breakage voltage, low reverse leakage current, and high surge current capability for standard rectification, this device is ideal for use in general rectification applications.

Application

  • Switching Mode Power Supplies
  • DC-DC Converters
  • AC-DC Adaptors/Chargers
  • Mobile Devices
  • LED Lighting

Features

  • Glass Passivated Die Construction
  • Small Form Factor, Low Profile
  • Surge Overload Rating to 30A Peak
  • Low Reverse Leakage Current
  • High Reverse Breakage Voltage
  • Lead-Free Finish & RoHS Compliant 
  • Halogen and Antimony Free. “Green” Device

Product Specifications

Product Parameters

Qualified to AECQ10x Yes
Automotive Compliant PPAP No
Product Type 1A SURFACE MOUNT GLASS PASSIVATED RECTIFIER
Configuration Single
Power Rating 2 W
Maximum Average Rectified Current IO 1 A
Peak Forward Surge Current IFSM 30 A
Peak Repetitive Reverse Voltage VRRM 1000 V
Forward Voltage Drop VF (V) 1.1
@ IF 1 A
Maximum Reverse Current IR 5 µA
@ VR 1000 V
Reverse Recovery Time trr 3000 ns
Total Capacitance CT 7 pF

Technical Documents

Recommended Soldering Techniques

TN1.pdf

Orderable Part Number Authorized Distributor Quantity Inventory Date Buy Online Region
S1MWF-7 Digi-Key Electronics 21730 8/11/2020 Buy Now United States
S1MWF-7 Mouser Electronics Inc. 17091 8/11/2020 Buy Now United States
S1MWF-7 Avnet 3000 8/10/2020 Buy Now United States
S1MWF-7 Future Electronics - Asia 3000 8/10/2020 Singapore
S1MWF-7 Future Electronics - Europe 21000 8/10/2020 England

PCNs

Product Change Notices

PCN # Issue Date Subject
PCN-2337 2018-06-04 Qualification of Additional Wafer Sources and Additional Assembly and Test Sites for Select Products

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