The upper limit of power that can be continuously applied.
Maximum allowable power when surges are applied with standard waveforms (8/20μs, 1.2/50μs, 10/1000μs).
The upper limit of the voltage at which DC voltage can be applied continuously.
The voltage that represents the characteristics of VRD, the voltage between terminals when the reference current “It” is applied.
The voltage between terminals when a current with a wave height of X (A) is applied, which is the voltage that can be controlled by VRD when an extremely large impulse current is applied.
The maximum value of the clamping voltage, which is the maximum value of the voltage between terminals when the maximum allowable current Ipp (A) is applied at the wave height with standard surge waveforms 8/20μs and 10/1000μs.
The maximum pulse current that VRD can handle.
The value of the current flowing through VRD when the rated DC voltage is applied.
A voltage applied in the opposite of the forward direction.
A phenomenon in which electricity flows in the reverse direction when a reverse bias exceeding the rated voltage is applied.