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2001-09-19 Zener voltage regulation with temperature
This application note illustrates and characterizes the voltage temperature coefficient of Zener diodes.
2001-09-19 Zener voltage regulation with current changes
This application note describes the use of Zener diodes to perform voltage regulation with variable operating currents.
2001-09-19 Zener voltage regulation and thermal resistance
This application note is intended to help circuit designers to understand the thermal resistance and mounting requirements of Zener diodes.
2009-06-05 Zener macro-models provide accurate SPICE simulations
Zener macro-models provide an accurate SPICE simulation of a diode's current vs. voltage characteristics. The macro-models are created by combining standard SPICE devices into a sub-circuit.
2003-07-25 Zener diodes targets space sensitive apps
Diodes Inc. has released two lines of precision Zener diodes that are based on the company's ion implantation technique which enables control over VZ tolerance to 2 percent at high yield and can achieve tolerances down to 0.5 percent if required.
2002-07-02 Zener diodes exhibit tight breakdown voltage tolerance
The UDZ series of Zener diodes is Diodes Inc.'s first product line that utilizes proprietary high precision Zener diode process developed by subsidiary FabTech Inc.
2006-09-19 Zener diode micro-assembly protects sensitive electronics
Raychem's new product helps protect sensitive electronics from damage caused by inductive voltage spikes, voltage transients, incorrect power supplies and reverse bias.
2008-03-04 Zener diode micro-assemblies protect car infotainment devices
Tyco Electronics' new Zener diode micro-assemblies feature a higher hold current of 2.3A, and are designed to help protect circuits in GPS, smart phones, game consoles, portable media players and other video-based peripherals that can be charged in the car.
2004-10-13 Zener diode arrays provide ESD protection for high speed I/O ports
CAMD unveiled what it claims as the industry's lowest capacitance families of Zener diode arrays for electrostatic discharge protection.
2004-03-24 Vishay Zener diode measures 1.2-by-0.8mm
Vishay Intertechnology's new Zener diode series features a dimension of 1.2-by-0.8mm and 0.6mm height profile.
2000-12-12 Transient power capability of zener diodes
This application note discusses the importance of getting the transient power capability of zener diodes for short pulse durations.
2001-09-21 Suggested OVP Zener Diodes for PT79 series ISRs
This application note outlines the over-voltage protection (OVP) Zener diode parameters for the PT79SR100 ISR's output.
2001-06-14 Silicon Zener diodes
This application note discusses the nature, characteristics, operation and properties of silicon Zener diodes.
2003-07-16 Shanghai Zener releases high stability chips
Shanghai Zener Electronic Co. Ltd has launched the ZW10 series of zener diode chips that is equivalent to the 1N47 series standards.
2007-03-23 Rohm touts 'smallest' Zener, Schottky diodes
Rohm has announced the development of a smaller and thinner Zener barrier and Schottky diode package, addressing the trend towards more compact mobile phones and digital cameras.
2002-05-09 Regulating output voltage with a Zener diode
This application note describes the process of how to regulate output voltage using a Zener diode.
2000-12-11 Measurement of Zener voltage to thermal equilibrium with pulsed test current
This application note discusses the zener voltage correlation problem, which sometimes exists between the manufacturer and the customer's incoming inspection. A method is shown to aid in the correlation of zener voltage between thermal equilibrium and pulse testing.
2003-07-04 Good-Ark zener diode features 50V nominal voltage
The AR2500 automotive rectifier diode from Suzhou Good-Ark Electronic has a 0.8W maximum power dissipation and a 1mA dc zener current.
2001-09-19 An introduction to Zener diodes
This application note provides an overview on Zener diode operation and characteristics.
2001-09-19 Zero-temperature coefficient reference diodes
This application note describes the use of zero-temperature coefficient reference diodes (or simply reference diodes) for applications when very tight tolerance voltage regulation is required over a broad ambient operating temperature range.
2014-02-06 Voltage reference fundamentals
Learn about the basic DC voltage source or a voltage reference, as well as some discrete designs.
2002-05-09 VKA remote on/off control
This application note describes the VKA remote on/off control for multimedia and portable apps.
2014-03-06 Utilising audio amps for voltage splitting
Here's a look at several voltage splitters built around power audio amplifiers.
2002-12-09 Using an external potentiometer to adjust contrast voltage
This application note describes how an external potentiometer can be used for voltage control.
2003-05-26 Transient Suppression Devices and Principles
This application note discusses the basic principles and functions of transient suppression devices.
2003-05-26 The Connector Pin Varistor for Transient Voltage in Connectors
This application note discusses the characteristics of a connector pin varistor for transient voltage protection in connectors.
2003-05-26 The ABCs of MOVs
This application note discusses the application, basics, and common concerns when dealing with Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs)
2002-05-09 Switching supply 'bias' circuit
This application note describes how the BIAS supply could be implemented as a "bias" supply for primary system power supplies.
2004-05-13 STMicro voltage reference offers controlled output
The new low-voltage shunt voltage reference from STMicroelectronics is claimed by the company to provide a precisely controlled output.
2002-10-09 Silicon drivers for commercial IC products
This application note presents various CMOS chips utilized with GaAs IC switches and digital attenuators.
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