B88069X4051T902 Datasheet by EPCOS - TDK Electronics

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Surge arrester
3-electrode arrester
Series/Type: T90-A90XFSMD
Ordering code: B88069X4051T902
Date: 2016-02-03
Version: 06
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Identification/Classification 1
(header 1 + top left bar): Surge arrester
Identification/Classification 2
(header 2 + bottom left header bar): 3-electrode arrester
Ordering code: (top right header bar) B88069X4051T902
Series/Type: (bottom right header bar) T90-A90XFSMD
Preliminary data (optional):
Department: PPD AB PD / PPD AB PM
Date: 2016-02-03
Version: 06
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Surge arrester B88069X4051T902
3-electrode arrester T90-A90XFSMD
PPD AB PD / PPD AB PM 2016-02-03
Please read Cautions and warnings and Page 2 of 7
Important notes at the end of this document.
Features Applications
Very small size
Fast response time
High current rating
Stable performance over life
Very low capacitance
High insulation resistance
Reliable failsafe device
Excellent SMD handling
RoHS-compatible
Modem
Data lines
Electrical specifications
DC spark-over voltage 1) 2) 3)
90
±20 V
%
Impulse spark-over voltage 3)
at 100 V/µs - for 99% of measured values
- typical values of distribution
at 1 kV/µs - for 99% of measured values
- typical values of distribution
< 450
< 350
< 600
< 500
V
V
V
V
Service life
10
operations 50 Hz; 1 s
4)
10 A
1
operation 50 Hz; 0.18 s (9 cycl.)
10 A
10
operations [5× (+) & 5× ()] 8/20 µs
4)
10 kA
1
operation 10/350 µs
4
)
1 kA
300
operations (+/– alternating polarity) 10/1000 µs
4)
200 A
Insulation resistance at 50 VDC 3) > 1 G
Capacitance at 1 MHz 3) < 1.5 pF
Transverse delay time 5) < 0.2 µs
Arc voltage at 1 A
Glow to arc transition current
Glow voltage
~ 10
< 1.0
~ 65
V
A
V
Weight ~ 1.2 g
Operation and storage temperature 40 ... +125 °C
Climatic category (IEC 60068-1) 40/125/21
Marking, blue negative
90 YY O
90 - Nominal voltage
YY - Year of production
O - Non radioactive
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Surge arrester B88069X4051T902
3-electrode arrester T90-A90XFSMD
PPD AB PD / PPD AB PM 2016-02-03
Please read Cautions and warnings and Page 3 of 7
Important notes at the end of this document.
1)
At delivery AQL 0.65 level II, DIN ISO 2859
2)
In ionized mode
3)
Tip or ring electrode to center electrode
4)
Total current through center electrode, half value through tip respectively ring electrode.
5)
Test according to ITU-T Rec. K.12
Terms in accordance with ITU-T Rec. K.12; IEC 61663 and IEC 61643-311.
The arrester failsafe mechanism contains an insulating foil with a melting temperature of 260 °C.
Arrester failsafe works at temperatures > 260 °C. The arrester has to be fixed mechanically, if the arrester is contacted by
soldering and if the solder temperature is less than 260 °C.
Failsafe characteristic diagram
For arrester only, characteristic can differ in assembled module.
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Surge arrester B88069X4051T902
3-electrode arrester T90-A90XFSMD
PPD AB PD / PPD AB PM 2016-02-03
Please read Cautions and warnings and Page 4 of 7
Important notes at the end of this document.
Dimensional drawing in mm
Ordering code and packing advice
B88069X4051T902 = 900 pcs. on SMD-tape & reel
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Surge arrester B88069X4051T902
3-electrode arrester T90-A90XFSMD
PPD AB PD / PPD AB PM 2016-02-03
Please read Cautions and warnings and Page 5 of 7
Important notes at the end of this document.
Soldering parameter
Reflow soldering
Reflow profile
features Sn- Pb eutectic
assembly Pb-free
assembly
Preheat and soak
- Temperature min
- Temperature max
- Time
Tsmin
Tsmax
tsmin to tsmax
100 °C
150 °C
60 ... 120 s
150 °C
200 °C
60 ... 180 s
Average ramp-up
rate Tsmax to Tp max. 3 °C/ s max. 3 °C/ s
Liquidous
temperature
Time at liquidous
TL
tL
183 °C
60 ... 150 s
217 °C
60 ... 150 s
Peak package body
temperature *,
Classification
temperature **
Tp, TC 220 ... 235 °C ** 245 ... 260 °C **
Time (tp) ** within
5 °C of the specified
classification
temperature (TC)
20 s *** 30 s ***
Average ramp-down
rate Tp to Tsmax max. 6 °C/ s max. 6 °C/ s
Time 25 °C to peak
temperature max. 6 min max. 8 min
* = Tolerance for peak profile temperature (Tp) is defined as a supplier minimum and
a user maximum.
** = For details please refer to JEDEC J-STD-020D.
*** = Tolerance for time at peak profile temperature (tp) is defined as a supplier
minimum and a user maximum.
Surface mounted components (SMD) may exhibit a temporary increase in the DC spark-over voltage after the solder reflow
process. The components will recover within 24 hours. There is no quality defect nor change in protection levels during the
temporary change in DC spark-over voltage.
Cautions and warnings
Depending on the sensor material the short-circuit spring does not trigger until 260 °C is reached.
Thermal radiation to adjacent components must be taken into consideration in the circuit design.
Depending on the mounting position, the surge arrester may have to be secured by additional
mechanical means.
Do not continue to use surge arresters whose short-circuit mechanisms have been activated.
If the contacts of the surge arresters are defective, current load can cause sparks and loud
noises.
Do not operate surge arresters in power supply networks, whose maximum operating voltage
exceeds the minimum spark-over voltage of the surge arresters.
Surge arresters may become hot in the event of longer periods of current stress (burn risk). In the
event of overload the connectors may fail or the component may be destroyed.
Surge arresters must be handled with care and must not be dropped.
Do not continue to use damaged surge arresters.
The shown SMD pad dimensions represent a safe way to mount the arrester and are a
recommendation of the manufacturer. During the reflow process it must be assured that no solder
material reduces the insulation distance between the pads below the arrester.
SMD surge arresters should be soldered within 24 month after shipment.
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Surge arrester B88069X4051T902
3-electrode arrester T90-A90XFSMD
PPD AB PD / PPD AB PM 2016-02-03
Please read Cautions and warnings and Page 6 of 7
Important notes at the end of this document.
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