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BZW50-56B - 

TVS Diode, Transil BZW50 Series, Bidirectional, 56 V, 99.6 V, Axial Leaded, 2 Pins

BZW50-56B - TVS Diode, Transil BZW50 Series, Bidirectional, 56 V, 99.6 V, Axial Leaded, 2 Pins

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Transil BZW50 Series
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Transil BZW50 Series
Axial Leaded
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Product Overview

The Transil BZW50 series Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor Diode provides high overvoltage protection by clamping action. Its instantaneous response to transient over voltages makes it particularly suited to protect voltage sensitive devices such as MOS Technology and low voltage supplied ICs.
  • 5000W at 10/1000µs Peak pulse power
  • Low clamping factor
  • Fast response time
  • 10 to 180V Stand-off voltage range
  • Unidirectional and bidirectional types


Power Management, Industrial


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