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B320A-13-F

Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 1 Phase, 1 Element, 3A, 20V V(RRM), Silicon, GREEN, PLASTIC, SMA, 2 PIN

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Price Range $0.1070 / $0.4720

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Part Number Description Manufacturer Compare
B320A-7 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 1 Phase, 1 Element, 3A, 20V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC, SMA, 2 PIN Diodes Incorporated B320A-13-F vs B320A-7
B320A Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 1 Phase, 1 Element, 3A, 20V V(RRM), Silicon, SMA, 2 PIN Lite-On Semiconductor Corporation B320A-13-F vs B320A
B320A-13 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 1 Phase, 1 Element, 3A, 20V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC, SMA, 2 PIN Diodes Incorporated B320A-13-F vs B320A-13
Part Number Description Manufacturer Compare
B320A-13 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 1 Phase, 1 Element, 3A, 20V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC, SMA, 2 PIN Diodes Incorporated B320A-13-F vs B320A-13
B320A Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 1 Phase, 1 Element, 3A, 20V V(RRM), Silicon, SMA, 2 PIN Lite-On Semiconductor Corporation B320A-13-F vs B320A
B320A-7 Diodes Rectifier Diode, Schottky, 1 Phase, 1 Element, 3A, 20V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC, SMA, 2 PIN Diodes Incorporated B320A-13-F vs B320A-7

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  • 1. United States
    100
  • 2. India
    95
  • 3. South Korea
    90
  • 4. Taiwan
    80
  • 5. Vietnam
    78
  • 6. Sweden
    77
  • 7. Chile
    76
  • 8. Norway
    74
  • 9. Switzerland
    73
  • 10. China
    72

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  • 1. Newark element14 $0.1070 Buy Now
  • 2. Newark element14 $0.3900 Buy Now
  • 3. Future Electronics $0.4150 Buy Now
  • 4. element14 Asia-Pacific $0.4720 Buy Now
  • 5. element14 Asia-Pacific $0.4720 Buy Now

Datasheets & Reference Designs

Reference Designs

  • Last Gasp Hold Up Energy Storage Solution
    TIDA-00304: This solution stores and delivers "last gasp" energy for systems, such as SSDs, that require functionality for a short time after power loss in order to shut down in a controlled fashion. By storing holdup energy at higher than bus voltage the amount of capacitance can be reduced by up to 80%, significantly reducing solution size and cost while improving reliability. Typically a complex electronics circuit is needed to boost the input voltage, mux it with the buck input during power failure, and bucking it down to 3.3V or 5V for the load. This reference design uses TI’s TPS25942 on the input side to control inrush, protect against over voltage, under voltage, short circuits, and prevent stored energy from flowing back to a shorted input bus. The boost converter charges the capacitor bank to 12V if input supply is 5V, or 18V if input supply is 12V. When the TPS25942 detects and declares a fault the FLTb signal is used to drive a P-MOSFET that connects the storage capacitors to the buck input.

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