Manufacturer Part Number: 1SS367 Manufacturer / Brand: Toshiba
Part of Description: SoC FPGA 1SS367 Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: table_img Lead free / RoHS Compliant
Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS

Product parameters

Mounting StyleSMD/SMT
Package / CaseSOP-8
Minimum Operating Temperature– 40 C
Maximum Operating Temperature+100 C
Factory Pack Quantity3000
Moisture SensitiveYes
Qg – Gate Charge26 nC
Pd – Power Dissipation200 mW
Unit Weight0.000363 oz

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    1SS367 Applications:

    Rectification: Schottky diodes are commonly used for rectification in power supply circuits, converting alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC). They have a lower forward voltage drop compared to standard diodes, which results in lower power losses and higher efficiency.

    Voltage Clamping: Schottky diodes are often used for voltage clamping applications to protect sensitive electronic components from overvoltage transients. They can be placed across power rails to limit the voltage across the load.

    Reverse Polarity Protection: Schottky diodes are commonly used for reverse polarity protection in electronic circuits. Placing a Schottky diode in series with the power supply ensures that current flows in the correct direction and prevents damage to sensitive components in case of reverse polarity connection.

    Voltage Regulation: Schottky diodes are used in voltage regulation circuits, such as low-dropout (LDO) voltage regulators and switching regulators, to provide stable output voltage regulation. They can be used in feedback loops to control output voltage and improve regulation performance.

    Flyback Diode: Schottky diodes are often used as flyback diodes in inductive load circuits, such as relay coils, solenoids, and motors. Placing a Schottky diode in parallel with the load helps to dissipate the energy stored in the inductor when the current flow is interrupted, preventing voltage spikes and protecting other components in the circuit.

    RF Detection: Schottky diodes are used in radio frequency (RF) detection and mixing circuits in communication systems, radar systems, and RF transceivers. Their low junction capacitance and fast switching speed make them suitable for high-frequency applications.

    Signal Demodulation: Schottky diodes are used in signal demodulation circuits, such as amplitude demodulators and frequency demodulators, to extract information from modulated signals in communication systems and data transmission applications.

    Switching Circuits: Schottky diodes are used in high-speed switching circuits, such as digital logic gates, signal switches, and high-frequency pulse generators. Their fast switching speed and low forward voltage drop make them suitable for these applications.

    Voltage Multipliers: Schottky diodes are used in voltage multiplier circuits, such as voltage doublers and voltage triplers, to increase the output voltage from a lower input voltage. They are often used in low-power applications where space and efficiency are critical.

    Solar Panels: Schottky diodes are commonly used in photovoltaic (PV) solar panels to prevent reverse current flow from the battery to the solar cells during low light conditions or at night. This prevents discharge of the battery and improves overall system efficiency.