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Kai Klaas
10/05/05 07:55
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#101982 - KSC2328 is not very fast
Responding to: Prahlad J. Purohit's previous message
Prahlad said:
Can you please suggest some device numbers.

The following file shows how the transzorb is to be connected to the solenoid:
http://www.vishay.com/docs/88439/typical_.pdf
Suited parts are SMBJ6.5 or SMBJ6.5C, for instance, assuming that supply voltage is about 5V.

Datasheet can be found here:
http://www.vishay.com/docs/88392/smbj.pdf

But before you buy these parts: I have had a look at datasheet of KSC2328 and found, that this transistor very probably does not turn-off the solenoid very fast. So, you should easily can use a standard diode like SM4002, for instance.

Kai

List of 19 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Freewheeling Diode SOD Package.      Prahlad J. Purohit      09/29/05 06:17      
   General Semiconductor      Erik Malund      09/29/05 07:00      
      Specific part number please.      Prahlad J. Purohit      09/29/05 23:17      
         1n4007      Steve M. Taylor      09/30/05 03:54      
            BAV70 or 1N4007      John D. Maniraj      10/03/05 06:32      
               RE: ' '      Prahlad J. Purohit      10/04/05 08:11      
   Current and speed      Kai Klaas      10/04/05 04:26      
      Re: Current & Speed.      Prahlad J. Purohit      10/04/05 08:09      
         BZD27-C10      John D. Maniraj      10/04/05 22:26      
         KSC2328 is not very fast      Kai Klaas      10/05/05 07:55      
            SMBJ15A/2.....etc      John D. Maniraj      10/05/05 10:15      
               why all the stuff, a Schottky diode does      Erik Malund      10/05/05 10:51      
                  but      Steve M. Taylor      10/05/05 15:53      
                     Funny you should use that word...      Rob Vassar      10/05/05 16:35      
                     so have I, it is quite dramatic.      Erik Malund      10/06/05 06:48      
                        OT: backslashes      Jan Waclawek      10/06/05 07:29      
                  What Schottky diode?      Kai Klaas      10/07/05 04:44      
                     whichever took my fancy that met the req      Erik Malund      10/07/05 07:46      
                        Fuel injectors      Kai Klaas      10/08/05 06:38      

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