|Manufacturer Part Number: 1SS319
|Manufacturer / Brand: Toshiba
|Part of Description: SoC 1SS319
|Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: Lead free / RoHS Compliant
|Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen
|Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS
|Package / Case
|Maximum Operating Temperature
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|If – Forward Current
|Vf – Forward Voltage
|Pd – Power Dissipation
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Rectification in Power Supplies: Schottky diodes, including the 1SS319, are often used for rectification in power supply circuits. Their low forward voltage drop and fast switching characteristics make them suitable for converting alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC) in power supplies.
Reverse Polarity Protection: Schottky diodes are used to provide reverse polarity protection in electronic circuits. Placing the diode in series with the power supply ensures that the current flows in the correct direction and prevents damage due to reverse polarity.
Flyback Diode in Inductive Loads: In circuits with inductive loads such as relays, solenoids, and motors, the 1SS319 can be used as a flyback diode. It provides a path for the inductive current to circulate when the load is switched off, protecting other components from voltage spikes.
Voltage Clamping: Schottky diodes are used for voltage clamping applications to limit the voltage across a specific component or part of the circuit. This helps protect sensitive components from excessive voltages.
Signal Demodulation: Schottky diodes can be used for demodulating signals in communication circuits. They are employed in amplitude demodulators to recover the original signal from its modulated form.
High-Frequency Applications: The fast switching speed of Schottky diodes makes them suitable for high-frequency applications such as RF (radio frequency) circuits, mixers, and detectors.
Clipping and Clamping Circuits: Schottky diodes are used in clipping and clamping circuits to limit signal amplitudes or shift the DC level of signals.
Logic Gates: Schottky diodes are used in the design of logic gates, especially in ECL (emitter-coupled logic) circuits, where their fast switching speed is advantageous.