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Bta216 series d, e and f three quadrant triacs guaranteed commutation
BTA216 series D, E and F
Three quadrant triacs
BTA216 series D, E and F
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Passivated guaranteed commutation triacs in
a plastic envelope intended for use in motorcontrol circuits or with other highly inductive
and gate sensitivity. The "sensitive gate" E
series and "logic level" D series are intended
PINNING - TO220AB
Limiting values in accordance with the Absolute Maximum System (IEC 134).
Although not recommended, off-state voltages up to 800V may be applied without damage, but the triac may
switch to the on-state. The rate of rise of current should not exceed 15 A/µs.
T = 25 ˚C unless otherwise stated
T = 25 ˚C unless otherwise stated
Device does not trigger in the T2-, G+ quadrant.
Fig.1. Maximum on-state dissipation, P , versus rms
Fig.4. Maximum permissible rms current I
versus mounting base temperature T .
Fig.2. Maximum permissible non-repetitive peak
Fig.5. Maximum permissible repetitive rms on-state
, versus surge duration, for sinusoidal
Fig.3. Maximum permissible non-repetitive peak
Fig.6. Normalised gate trigger voltage
V (T )/ V (25˚C), versus junction temperature T .
Fig.7. Normalised gate trigger current
Fig.10. Typical and maximum on-state characteristic.
I (T )/ I (25˚C), versus junction temperature T
Fig.8. Normalised latching current I (T )/ I (25˚C),
Fig.11. Transient thermal impedance Z
versus junction temperature T
Fig.9. Normalised holding current I (T )/ I (25˚C),
Fig.12. Minimum, critical rate of change of
versus junction temperature T
Fig.13. SOT78 (TO220AB). pin 2 connected to mounting base.
1. Refer to mounting instructions for SOT78 (TO220) envelopes.
2. Epoxy meets UL94 V0 at 1/8".
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