BAT Series, Single Diodes

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BAT54-02V-V-G-18
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$0.7606
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$0.7183
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$0.6761
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Surface Mount
30 V
BAT
SC-79, SOD-523
SOD-523
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800 mV @ 100 mA
Small Signal =< 200mA (Io), Any Speed
5 ns
2 µA @ 25 V
125°C (Max)
Schottky
200mA
10pF @ 1V, 1MHz
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About  Single Diodes

Single rectifier diodes are electronic components designed to allow current flow in only one direction. These diodes are typically used to convert alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC) by allowing the positive half of the AC signal to pass through while blocking the negative half. Each device package of a single rectifier diode contains exactly one instance of this function. These diodes are commonly used in power supply circuits, voltage regulators, and battery chargers, among other applications. They are characterized based on their maximum forward voltage, peak reverse voltage, and maximum average forward current ratings. It's worth noting that diodes used for other purposes, such as zener and variable capacitance diodes, are listed separately in their own product families. These diodes have unique characteristics and are designed for specific applications. Similarly, products that feature multiple diodes within a single package are also listed separately. Overall, single rectifier diodes are essential components for converting AC to DC in electronic circuits. By allowing current flow in one direction only, they ensure that electronic devices operate as intended. With specifications based on forward voltage, reverse voltage, and average forward current ratings, engineers can select the most suitable single rectifier diodes for their circuit requirements.