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View this part on Avnet Americas 0 3,000
  • 3,000 $0.1359
  • 6,000 $0.1358
  • 12,000 $0.1356
  • 18,000 $0.1354
  • 24,000 $0.1353
  • 30,000 $0.1351
  • 300,000 $0.1348
View this part on Newark 0 1 TAPE & REEL CUT
  • 1 $0.4760
  • 10 $0.3730
  • 25 $0.3190
  • 50 $0.2650
  • 100 $0.2110
  • 250 $0.1950
  • 500 $0.1790
  • 1,000 $0.1630
View this part on Allied Electronics & Automation 7 1 Bulk
  • 1 $0.1760
  • 250 $0.1670
  • 500 $0.1500
  • 1,500 $0.1340
  • 3,000 $0.1250
View this part on Bristol Electronics 1,815 1
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  • Design
  • Production
  • Long Term

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HD04-T-F Diodes Bridge Rectifier Diode, 1 Phase, 0.8A, 400V V(RRM), Silicon, LEAD FREE, MINIATURE, PLASTIC, MINIDIP-4 Diodes Incorporated HD04-T vs HD04-T-F
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B4M-E3 Diodes DIODE 0.5 A, 400 V, SILICON, BRIDGE RECTIFIER DIODE, LEAD FREE, MINIATURE, PLASTIC, CASE MBM, 4 PIN, Bridge Rectifier Diode Vishay Semiconductors HD04-T vs B4M-E3
HD04-T-F Diodes Bridge Rectifier Diode, 1 Phase, 0.8A, 400V V(RRM), Silicon, LEAD FREE, MINIATURE, PLASTIC, MINIDIP-4 Diodes Incorporated HD04-T vs HD04-T-F
MB4M-BP Diodes Bridge Rectifier Diode, 1 Phase, 0.8A, 400V V(RRM), Silicon, ROHS COMPLIANT, PLASTIC, MB-1, 4 PIN Micro Commercial Components HD04-T vs MB4M-BP
CBRHD-04BK Diodes Bridge Rectifier Diode, 1 Phase, 0.5A, 400V V(RRM), Silicon, Central Semiconductor Corp HD04-T vs CBRHD-04BK
MB4M Diodes Rectifier Diode, EIC Semiconductor Inc HD04-T vs MB4M
MB4S_NL Diodes Bridge Rectifier Diode, 1 Phase, 0.5A, 400V V(RRM), Silicon, SOIC-4 Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation HD04-T vs MB4S_NL
MB4M-E3/45 Diodes Diode Rectifier Bridge Single 400V 0.8A 4-Pin Case MBM Tube Vishay Semiconductors HD04-T vs MB4M-E3/45
MB4S-E3/45 Diodes Diode Rectifier Bridge Single 400V 0.8A 4-Pin TO-269AA Tube Vishay Semiconductors HD04-T vs MB4S-E3/45
MB4S-T3 Diodes Bridge Rectifier Diode, 1 Phase, 0.8A, 400V V(RRM), Silicon, PLASTIC, MB-S, 4 PIN Sensitron Semiconductors HD04-T vs MB4S-T3
HD04-7-F Diodes Bridge Rectifier Diode, 1 Phase, 0.8A, 400V V(RRM), Silicon, LEAD FREE, PLASTIC, MINIDIP-4 Diodes Incorporated HD04-T vs HD04-7-F

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Reference Designs

  • 100VACin to 240VACin; 5Vout @ 0.5A; Offline Isolated Flyback AC to DC Converter
    PMP7943: An offline isolated flyback AC-to-DC converter that accepts an input voltage of 100VAC to 240VAC and provides an isolated output of 5Vout capable of delivering 0.5A. This design features a very low standby current with pulse skipping.
  • 85 to 265VAC Input 5V@4A Dual Port Charger For Tablets and Smart Phones Reference Design
    PMP8817: This reference design is capable of charging two devices at 2A each with over 85% efficiency. The UCC24610 synchronous rectifier controller and CSD18533Q5A FET reduce the rectifier loss and provide ultra-high efficiency with a minimal increase in cost. The UCC28700 primary-side regulated flyback further minimizes cost by eliminating the need for an opto-coupler, and yet maintains good output regulation. The TPS2561A provides accurate and independent current limit protection for each port. The TPS2513 communicates with the mobile device under charge to ensure that the charger is accepted by most phone and tablet models. This compact design consumes a volume of only 1.5" x 1.8" x 0.9".
  • Offline, 10 watt buck LED driver (dimmable)
  • 120V AC input and 24.5V output LED Driver
    PMP7770: It is an offline AC-DC LED driver. It has TRIAC dimming capability. It is basically a low side buck which has valley filled PFC. It takes an input voltage of 120V AC. This circuit uses LM3445 which is an adaptive constant off-time AC/DC buck (step-down) constant current controller designed to be compatible with Traic dimmers.
  • TPS92075 - 120VAC, 5W, Phase Dimmable Non-Isolated Buck PFC LED Driver
    PMP8023: The main purpose of this reference design is to demonstrate a high performance and low BOM cost offline phase dimmable Buck PFC LED driver based on TPS92075. This LED driver is designed for converting an AC input to a regulated LED current. The operating conditions and performance of the reference design are as follows:
  • Forward converter with Universal input driving 2x6 LEDs
    PMP7762: PMP7762 is an offline LED driver with TRIAC dimming. It has short circuit protection as well as op amp control for dimming. It uses 2 op amp control for each LED string to ensure that current in the LED strings match. LM3445 includes a bleeder circuit to ensure proper triac operation by allowing current flow while the line voltage is low to enable proper firing of the triac.
  • Offline, 10 Watt Boost LED Driver (Dimmable) Reference Design
    PMP6648: HVHB LEDs, when driven in a PFC boost configuration, have the advantages of small size, high PFC, high efficiency, low cost, and low complexity. This reference design is triac dimmable, taking universal AC in and drives 3 High Voltage LEDs at 10W.
  • High Light-Load Efficient 120VAC Input, 25W/5VDC Reference Design with 4 POL Outputs - PMP11180.3 - TI Tool Folder
    PMP11180: This 25-W design uses the UCC28740 in a flyback topology to minimize no-load standby power and the UCC24636 synchronous rectifier controller to minimize power MOSFET body-diode conduction times. The design also features point-of-load converters from the main 5V rail that implement an energy-saving Ecomode. All of the devices within the design work together to improve light-load efficiency to help meet agency approvals.
  • 120VAC Input, 48V/12V 32W Flyback Reference Design
    PMP9727.1: The PMP9727 reference design uses the UCC28740 flyback controller to generate both a 12V/1A and 48V/0.4A outputs from a 120V AC input. The valley switching of the UCC28740 allows this low-cost design to provide an efficiency of over 89%; no load losses are less than 80mW.
  • Offline, 10 watt buck LED driver (dimmable)
  • 120Vac TRIAC Dimmable LED Driver Reference Design
    PMP6015: This reference design provides a high-brightness LED driver based on the TPS92075. It is designed to operate with an input voltage in the range of 90VAC to 132VAC with a 120 VAC nominal input voltage. This design is set up for an 185mA output current with an output voltage range of 46 to 54V. The ‘Max at Max’ circuit uses simple low cost components to adjust the converter off-time and the output current. A small capacitance transfers a small amount of energy when the triac edge is present, filters it and creates a small current which adds to the existing off-time charge current from VCC. The effect is a shortened off time and increased output current, only when a triac is present.
  • 120VAC Input, 48V/12V 32W Flyback Reference Design
    PMP9727.2: The PMP9727 reference design uses the UCC28740 flyback controller to generate both a 12V/1A and 48V/0.4A outputs from a 120V AC input. The valley switching of the UCC28740 allows this low-cost design to provide an efficiency of over 89%; no load losses are less than 80mW.

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