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C2D20120D

20-A; 1200-V; Z-Rec® Schottky; TO-247-3 package
NOTE: Not recommended for new designs. C4D20120D is the recommended replacement.

Benefits 

  • Replace bipolar with unipolar rectifiers
  • Essentially no switching losses
  • Higher efficiency
  • Reduction of heat-sink requirements
  • Parallel devices without thermal runaway

Features 

  • 1200-volt Schottky rectifier
  • Zero reverse recovery current
  • Zero forward recovery voltage
  • High-frequency operation
  • Temperature-independent switching behavior
  • Extremely fast switching
  • Positive temperature coefficient on VF
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Recommended For New Design?
C2D20120D
1200 V
20 A
Gen 2
1.6 V per leg
29 A
61 nC per leg
312 W per leg
TO-247-3
Industrial
No
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