Manufacturer Part Number: DF3A6.8F,LF Manufacturer / Brand: Toshiba
Part of Description: SoC FPGA DF3A6.8F,LF 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 / CaseSOT-346-3
Minimum Operating Temperature– 55 C
Maximum Operating Temperature+150C
Factory Pack Quantity3000
Moisture SensitiveYes
Pd – Power Dissipation87.64 mW
Unit Weight0.000423 oz

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    DF3A6.8F,LF Applications:

    Voltage Rectification: Schottky diodes are commonly used for voltage rectification in power supply circuits. They offer lower forward voltage drop compared to standard diodes, making them suitable for applications where low power loss is desired.

    Reverse Polarity Protection: Schottky diodes can be employed to protect sensitive electronic components from damage due to reverse polarity connection. Placing the diode in series with the power supply ensures that current flows in the correct direction.

    Flyback Diode in Relay and Inductive Load Circuits: When driving inductive loads such as relays or motors, a flyback diode (also known as a freewheeling diode) is often used to dissipate the energy stored in the inductive coil when the current is switched off. The DF3A6.8LFV.L3F can serve this purpose.

    Clamping Diode in Switching Circuits: In switching circuits, Schottky diodes can be used as clamping diodes to limit voltage spikes and protect sensitive components such as microcontrollers and integrated circuits from overvoltage damage.

    Voltage Clipping and Clamping: Schottky diodes can be employed in voltage clipping and clamping circuits to limit the amplitude of input signals within a certain range. This is commonly used in signal conditioning and protection circuits.

    High-Frequency Applications: Due to their fast switching characteristics and low forward voltage drop, Schottky diodes are suitable for high-frequency applications such as RF mixers, detectors, and frequency multipliers.

    Battery-Powered Devices: In battery-powered devices, Schottky diodes can be used to reduce power loss and improve energy efficiency by minimizing voltage drops in power supply and charging circuits.

    Signal Demodulation: Schottky diodes can be utilized in demodulation circuits to extract the modulating signal from a carrier wave in radio receivers, communication systems, and data transmission circuits.

    Voltage Level Shifting: Schottky diodes can be used in level-shifting circuits to convert between different voltage levels, allowing compatibility between components with different operating voltage ranges.

    Overvoltage Protection: Schottky diodes can provide overvoltage protection by shunting excess voltage away from sensitive components, preventing damage during transient events such as electrostatic discharge (ESD) or voltage spikes.