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Description

The BAV21HWF is a 250V, 100nA and 50ns switching diode that is optimized for high reverse breakdown voltage.

Application

  • Mobile phones
  • Portable and Consumer Electronics
  • LCD-TV
  • Smartphones
  • Motor Control
  • Power Supplies
  • Notebooks
  • Monitors

Features

  • High Reverse Breakdown Voltage
  • Flat Leadframe Design for Improved Thermal Transfer
  • High Conductance

Product Specifications

Product Parameters

Qualified to AECQ10x Yes
Automotive Compliant PPAP On Request*
Configuration Single
Polarity Anode, Cathode
Power Rating 375 mW
ESD Diodes No Y/N
Total Capacitance CT 5 pF
Peak Repetitive Reverse Voltage VRRM 250 V
Reverse Recovery Time trr 50 ns
Maximum Average Rectifier Current IO 200 mA
Maximum Peak Forward Surge Current IFSM 9 A
Forward Voltage Drop VF @ IF 1, 100 mA
Maximum Reverse Current IR 0.1 µA
Maximum Reverse Current IR @ VR 200 V
V(BR)R (V) Min @IR=100μA 250
VF(V) Max @ IF=1.0mA 0.715
VF(V) Max @ IF=10mA 0.855
VF(V) Max @ IF=100mA N/A
IR(nA) Max @ VR=5V N/A
IR(uA) Max @ VR=30V N/A
IR(uA) Max @ VR=80V 100nA@250V
CT(pF) Max @ VR = 0V, f = 1MHz 5
Trr(ns) Max @ IF=IR=10 mA, Irr=0.1xIR, RL=100Ω 50

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Quality & Reliability

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Orderable Part Number Authorized Distributor Quantity Inventory Date Buy Online Region
BAV21HWF-7 Arrow Electronics 2800 7/22/2019 Buy Now Americas
BAV21HWF-7 Digi-Key Electronics 463 7/22/2019 Buy Now Americas
BAV21HWF-7 Mouser Electronics Inc. 7754 7/22/2019 Buy Now Americas
BAV21HWF-7 Rutronik GmbH 111000 7/21/2019 Buy Now Europe, Middle East, Africa
BAV21HWFQ-7 Arrow Electronics 5990 7/22/2019 Buy Now Americas
BAV21HWFQ-7 Mouser Electronics Inc. 2890 7/22/2019 Buy Now Americas

PCNs

Product Change Notices

PCN # Issue Date Subject
PCN-2315 2018-09-03 Qualification of Alternative Wafer Sources for Select Products Due to Closure of Diodes FabTech (KFAB) Facility

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