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DIAC / SIDAC, 28 V, 36 V, 50 µA, DO-35, 2 Pins

DB3 - DIAC / SIDAC, 28 V, 36 V, 50 µA, DO-35, 2 Pins

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Manufacturer Part No:
DB3
Newark Part No.:
89K1258
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Product Overview

The DB3 is a Diac functioning as a trigger diode with a fixed voltage reference. The DB3 series can be used in conjunction with triacs for simplified gate control circuits or as a starting element in fluorescent lamp ballasts.
  • Low breakover-current
  • 2A Repetitive peak on-state current
  • 10µA Leakage current
  • 0.30A Peak current
  • Blue body coat
  • -40 to 125°C Operating junction temperature range

Applications

Industrial, Lighting

Product Information

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28V
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36V
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50µA
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DO-35
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2Pins
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STMICROELECTRONICS - DB3 - DIAC, 28V to 36V, DO-35 5 5 1 1
Diac DB3 Product performs as expected December 18, 2014
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