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Z-Diodes (Zener-Diodes)

A Zener diode is a diode that is designed to be operated permanently in the reverse direction in the breakdown voltage range. The level of this breakdown voltage UBR is the main characteristic of a Z-diode and is specified in the data sheet.
In forward direction they behave like normal diodes. In reverse direction Z-diodes are blocking at low voltages, just like normal diodes. From a certain blocking voltage, the so-called breakdown voltage, the current increases by many orders of magnitude within a few hundred millivolts.

NAINA Z-diodes consist of glass-passivated chips and are built in highly reliable, robust, hermetically sealed package structures. They are mechanically strong and stable under negative environmental conditions.
These components have a very low forward voltage drop and a very fast switching function and therefore a better efficiency. The very low forward voltage also reduces the power loss.
Zener diodes are used in various applications such as voltage clamping applications, photovoltaic solar systems, switching power supplies, rectifiers, detectors, motor drives, etc.

    The voltage range is from 6.8V to 200V for 10W & 50W.
    The voltage range is from 7.0V to 75V for 20W & 75W.
    The voltage range is from 34.5V up to 150V for 300W.

The diodes are available in Stud-Base packages with UNF thread and TO3 packages.

Important note: The technical data mentioned in the store at the articles are meant as an orientation and are without guarantee. The binding data are mentioned in the manufacturer data sheets or specifications. As a rule, these can be called up directly in the article area or can be requested from us.

Pictures usually show the design of the components and not necessarily the real components. Please check the technical data sheets for appearance and dimensions.

A Zener diode is a diode that is designed to be operated permanently in the reverse direction in the breakdown voltage range. The level of this breakdown voltage UBR is the main characteristic of... read more »
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Z-Diodes (Zener-Diodes)

A Zener diode is a diode that is designed to be operated permanently in the reverse direction in the breakdown voltage range. The level of this breakdown voltage UBR is the main characteristic of a Z-diode and is specified in the data sheet.
In forward direction they behave like normal diodes. In reverse direction Z-diodes are blocking at low voltages, just like normal diodes. From a certain blocking voltage, the so-called breakdown voltage, the current increases by many orders of magnitude within a few hundred millivolts.

NAINA Z-diodes consist of glass-passivated chips and are built in highly reliable, robust, hermetically sealed package structures. They are mechanically strong and stable under negative environmental conditions.
These components have a very low forward voltage drop and a very fast switching function and therefore a better efficiency. The very low forward voltage also reduces the power loss.
Zener diodes are used in various applications such as voltage clamping applications, photovoltaic solar systems, switching power supplies, rectifiers, detectors, motor drives, etc.

    The voltage range is from 6.8V to 200V for 10W & 50W.
    The voltage range is from 7.0V to 75V for 20W & 75W.
    The voltage range is from 34.5V up to 150V for 300W.

The diodes are available in Stud-Base packages with UNF thread and TO3 packages.

Important note: The technical data mentioned in the store at the articles are meant as an orientation and are without guarantee. The binding data are mentioned in the manufacturer data sheets or specifications. As a rule, these can be called up directly in the article area or can be requested from us.

Pictures usually show the design of the components and not necessarily the real components. Please check the technical data sheets for appearance and dimensions.

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