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Low Profile Schottky Rectifiers

CMSH2-40FL (2A, 40V in the low profile SMAFL)
CMSH3-40FL
(3A, 40V in the low profile SMBFL)


SMAFL PackageSMBFL Package

Description
Central Semiconductor's new CMSH2-40FL (2A, 40V, in the SMAFL) and CMSH3-40FL (3A, 40V in the SMBFL) are energy efficient Schottky rectifiers ideal for reverse polarity protection, voltage clamping, DC-DC output rectification, and power management applications. These devices provide a 55% lower profile than the standard SMA and SMB packages.

Features
High current capability
• Low leakage current
Low forward voltage
High surge capability
Low package profile

Applications
Reverse polarity protection
• Voltage clamping
DC-DC output rectification
Power management

Benefits
• Energy efficiency
Space saving low profile package



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Typical Electrical Characteristics

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The SMAFL has a 55% lower profile than the SMA.

Comparison

 

The SMBFL has a 58% lower profile than the SMB.

Comparison

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