STMicroelectronics TMMDB3 DIAC 36V, 2A, 2-Pin MiniMELF

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Product Details

DIAC Diodes

The DIAC, or 'diode for alternating current', is a diode that conducts current only after its breakover voltage has been reached momentarily.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Breakover Current 0.05mA
Maximum Breakover Voltage 36V
Repetitive Peak On-State Current 2A
Repetitive Peak Off-State Current 0.01mA
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type MiniMELF
Pin Count 2
Dimensions 3.4 x 1.62 x 1.62mm
Length 3.4mm
Width 1.62mm
Height 1.62mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +125 °C
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
2500 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each (On a Reel of 2500)
SGD 0.289
(exc. GST)
SGD 0.309
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
Per Reel*
2500 +
SGD0.289
SGD722.50
*price indicative
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