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PROTECTION PRODUCTS Description RailClamps are surge rated diode arrays designed to protect high speed data interfaces. The SR series has been specifically designed to protect sensitive components which are connected to data and transmission lines from overvoltage caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD), electrical fast transients (EFT), and lightning. The unique design of the SR series devices incorporates eight surge rated, low capacitance steering diodes and a TVS diode in a single package. During transient conditions, the steering diodes direct the transient to either the positive side of the power supply line or to ground. The internal TVS diode prevents over-voltage on the power line, protecting any downstream components. The SRV05-4 has a low typical capacitance of 3pF and operates with virtually no insertion loss to 1GHz. This makes the device ideal for protection of high-speed data lines such as USB 2.0, Firewire, DVI, and gigabit Ethernet interfaces. The low capacitance array configuration allows the user to protect four high-speed data or transmission lines. The low inductance construction minimizes voltage overshoot during high current surges. They may be used to meet the ESD immunity requirements of IEC 61000-4-2, Level 4 (±15kV air, ±8kV contact discharge). SRV05-4 RailClamp Low Capacitance TVS Diode Array Features ‹ ESD protection for high-speed data lines to IEC 61000-4-2 (ESD) ±15kV (air), ±8kV (contact) IEC 61000-4-4 (EFT) 40A (5/50ns) IEC 61000-4-5 (Lightning) 12A (8/20µs) ‹ Array of surge rated diodes with internal TVS Diode ‹ Small package saves board space ‹ Protects four I/O lines ‹ Low capacitance: 3pF typical ‹ Low clamping voltage ‹ Low operating voltage: 5.0V ‹ Solid-state silicon-avalanche technology Mechanical Characteristics ‹ JEDEC SOT-23 6L package ‹ Molding compound flammability rating: UL 94V-0 ‹ Marking : V05 ‹ Packaging : Tape and Reel Applications ‹ USB 2.0 Power and Data Line Protection ‹ Video Graphics Cards ‹ Monitors and Flat Panel Displays ‹ Digital Video Interface (DVI) ‹ 10/100/1000 Ethernet ‹ Notebook Computers ‹ SIM Ports ‹ ATM Interfaces ‹ IEEE 1394 Firewire Ports Circuit Diagram Schematic and PIN Configuration 5 1 3 4 6 2 Revision 01/18/2008 1 SOT-23 6L (Top View) SRV05-4 PROTECTION PRODUCTS Absolute Maximum Rating Rating Peak Pulse Power (tp = 8/20µs) Peak Pulse Current (tp = 8/20µs) ESD per IEC 61000-4-2 (Air) ESD per IEC 61000-4-2 (Contact) Lead Soldering Temperature Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Electrical Characteristics Symbol Ppk IPP VESD TL TJ TSTG Value 300 12 15 8 260 (10 sec.) -55 to +125 -55 to +150 Units Watts A kV °C °C °C SRV05-4 Parameter Reverse Stand-Off Voltage Reverse Breakdown Voltage Reverse Leakage Current Forward Voltage Clamping Voltage Clamping Voltage Junction Capacitance Symbol VRWM VBR IR VF VC VC Cj Conditions Pin 5 to 2 It = 1mA Pin 5 to 2 VRWM = 5V, T=25°C Pin 5 to 2 If = 15mA IPP = 1A, tp = 8/20µs Any I/O pin to Ground IPP = 5A, tp = 8/20µs Any I/O pin to Ground VR = 0V, f = 1MHz Any I/O pin to Ground VR = 0V, f = 1MHz Between I/O pins Minimum 6 Typical 3 1.5 Maximum 5 Units V V 5 µA 1.2 V 12.5 V 17.5 V 5 pF pF  2008 Semtech Corp. 2 SRV05-4 PROTECTION PRODUCTS Typical Characteristics Non-Repetitive Peak Pulse Power vs. Pulse Time 10 Peak Pulse Power - PPk (kW) 1 0.1 0.01 0.1 1 10 100 Pulse Duration - tp (µs) 1000 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 Pulse Waveform e-t td = IPP/2 Waveform Parameters: tr = 8µs td = 20µs 5 10 15 20 25 30 Time (µs) Forward Voltage vs. Forward Current 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 Waveform Parameters: 1.00 tr = 8µs td = 20µs 0.00 0.00 2.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 Forward Current - IF (A) Forward Voltage -VF (V) Clamping Voltage -VC (V) CJ(VR) / CJ(VR=0) % of Rated Power or IPP Power Derating Curve 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 Ambient Temperature - TA (oC) Clamping Voltage vs. Peak Pulse Current 30.00 25.00 20.00 15.00 10.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 Waveform Parameters: tr = 8µs td = 20µs 2.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 Peak Pulse Current - IPP (A) Normalized Capacitance vs. Reverse Voltage 1.4 1.2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 0 f = 1 MHz 1 2 3 4 5 Reverse Voltage - VR (V) Percent of I PP  2008 Semtech Corp. 3 PROTECTION PRODUCTS Applications Information Insertion Loss S21 CH1 S21 LOG 3 dB/ REF 0 dB SRV05-4 Analog Cross Talk CH1 S21 LOG 20 dB/ REF 0 dB START .030 000 MHz STOP 3 000. 000 000 MHz START .030 000 MHz STOP 3 000. 000 000 MHz  2008 Semtech Corp. 4 SRV05-4 PROTECTION PRODUCTS Applications Information Device Connection Options for Protection of Four High-Speed Data Lines The SRV05-4 TVS is designed to protect four data lines from transient over-voltages by clamping them to a fixed reference. When the voltage on the protected line exceeds the reference voltage (plus diode VF) the steering diodes are forward biased, conducting the transient current away from the sensitive circuitry. Data lines are connected at pins 1, 3, 4 and 6. The negative reference (REF1) is connected at pin 2. This pin should be connected directly to a ground plane on the board for best results. The path length is kept as short as possible to minimize parasitic inductance. The positive reference (REF2) is connected at pin 5. The options for connecting the positive reference are as follows: 1. To protect data lines and the power line, connect pin 5 directly to the positive supply rail (VCC). In this configuration the data lines are referenced to the supply voltage. The internal TVS diode prevents over-voltage on the supply rail. 2. The SRV05-4 can be isolated from the power supply by adding a series resistor between pin 5 and VCC. A value of 100kΩ is recommended. The internal TVS and steering diodes remain biased, providing the advantage of lower capacitance. 3. In applications where no positive supply reference is available, or complete supply isolation is desired, the internal TVS may be used as the reference. In this case, pin 5 is not connected. The steering diodes will begin to conduct when the voltage on the protected line exceeds the working voltage of the TVS (plus one diode drop). Data Line and Power Supply Protection Using Vcc as reference Data Line Protection with Bias and Power Supply Isolation Resistor Data Line Protection Using Internal TVS Diode as Reference ESD Protection With RailClamps RailClamps are optimized for ESD protection using the rail-to-rail topology. Along with good board layout, these devices virtually eliminate the disadvantages of using discrete components to implement this topology. Consider the situation shown in Figure 1 where discrete diodes or diode arrays are configured for rail-torail protection on a high speed line. During positive duration ESD events, the top diode will be forward biased when the voltage on the protected line exceeds  2008 Semtech Corp. 5 SRV05-4 PROTECTION PRODUCTS Applications Information (continued) the reference voltage plus the VF drop of the diode. For negative events, the bottom diode will be biased when the voltage exceeds the VF of the diode. At first approximation, the clamping voltage due to the charac- teristics of the protection diodes is given by: PIN Descriptions VC = VCC + VF (for positive duration pulses) VC = -VF (for negative duration pulses) However, for fast rise time transient events, the effects of parasitic inductance must also be considered as shown in Figure 2. Therefore, the actual clamping voltage seen by the protected circuit will be: VC = VCC + VF + LP diESD/dt (for positive duration pulses) VC = -VF - LG diESD/dt (for negative duration pulses) ESD current reaches a peak amplitude of 30A in 1ns for a level 4 ESD contact discharge per IEC 61000-4-2. Therefore, the voltage overshoot due to 1nH of series inductance is: Figure 1 - “Rail-To-Rail” Protection Topology (First Approximation) V = LP diESD/dt = 1X10-9 (30 / 1X10-9) = 30V Example: Consider a VCC = 5V, a typical VF of 30V (at 30A) for the steering diode and a series trace inductance of 10nH. The clamping voltage seen by the protected IC for a positive 8kV (30A) ESD pulse will be: VC = 5V + 30V + (10nH X 30V/nH) = 335V This does not take into account that the ESD current is directed into the supply rail, potentially damaging any components that are attached to that rail. Also note that it is not uncommon for the VF of discrete diodes to exceed the damage threshold of the protected IC. This is due to the relatively small junction area of typical discrete components. It is also possible that the power dissipation capability of the discrete diode will be exceeded, thus destroying the device. Figure 2 - The Effects of Parasitic Inductance When Using Discrete Components to Implement Rail-To-Rail Protection The RailClamp is designed to overcome the inherent disadvantages of using discrete signal diodes for ESD suppression. The RailClamp’s integrated TVS diode Figure 3 - Rail-To-Rail Protection Using RailClamp TVS Arrays  2008 Semtech Corp. 6 PROTECTION PRODUCTS Applications Information (continued) helps to mitigate the effects of parasitic inductance in the power supply connection. During an ESD event, the current will be directed through the integrated TVS diode to ground. The maximum voltage seen by the protected IC due to this path will be the clamping voltage of the device. Video Interface Protection Video interfaces are susceptible to transient voltages resulting from electrostatic discharge (ESD) and “hot plugging” cables. If left unprotected, the video interface IC may be damaged or even destroyed. Protecting a high-speed video port presents some unique challenges. First, any added protection device must have extremely low capacitance and low leakage current so that the integrity of the video signal is not compromised. Second, the protection component must be able to absorb high voltage transients without damage or degradation. As a minimum, the device should be rated to handle ESD voltages per IEC 61000-4-2, level 4 (±15kV air, ±8kV contact). The clamping voltage of the device (when conducting high current ESD pulses) must be sufficiently low enough to protect the sensitive CMOS IC. If the clamping voltage is too high, the “protected” device may latch-up or be destroyed. Finally, the device must take up a relatively small amount of board space, particularly in portable applications such as notebooks and handhelds. The SRV05-4 is designed to meet or exceed all of the above criteria. A typical video interface protection circuit is shown in Figure 4. All exposed lines are protected including R, G, B, H-Sync, V-Sync , and the ID lines for plug and play monitors. Universal Serial Bus ESD Protection The SRV05-4 may also be used to protect the USB ports on monitors, computers, peripherals or portable systems. Each device will protect up to two USB ports (Figure 5). When the voltage on the data lines exceed the bus voltage (plus one diode drop), the internal rectifiers are forward biased conducting the transient current away from the protected controller chip. The TVS diode directs the surge to ground. The TVS diode also acts to suppress ESD strikes directly on the voltage bus. Thus, both power and data pins are protected with a single device.  2008 Semtech Corp. 7 SRV05-4 Figure 4 - Video Interface Protection SRV05-4 Figure 5 - Dual USB Port Protection Figure 6 - SIM Port SRV05-4 PROTECTION PRODUCTS DVI Protection 10/100 ETHERNET PROTECTION The small geometry of a typical digital-visual interface (DVI) graphic chip will make it more susceptible to electrostatic discharges (ESD) and cable discharge events (CDE). Transient protection of a DVI port can be challenging. Digital-visual interfaces can often transmit and receive at a rate equal to or above 1Gbps. The high-speed data transmission requires the protection device to have low capacitance to maintain signal integrity and low clamping voltage to reduce stress on the protected IC. The SRV05-4 has a low typical insertion loss of <0.4dB at 1GHz (I/O to ground) to ensure signal integrity and can protect the DVI interface to the 8kV contact and 15kV air ESD per IEC 61000-4-2 and CDE. Figure 7 shows how to design the SRV05-4 into the DVI circuit on a flat panel display and a PC graphic card. The SRV05-4 is configured to provide common mode and differential mode protection. The internal TVS of the SRV05-4 acts as a 5 volt reference. The power pin of the DVI circuit does not come out through the connector and is not subjected to external ESD pulse; therefore, pin 5 should be left unconnected. Connecting pin 5 to Vcc of the DVI circuit may result in damage to the chip from ESD current. Ethernet ICs are vulnerable to damage from electrostatic discharge (ESD). The internal protection in the PHY chip, if any, often is not enough due to the high energy of the discharges specified by IEC 61000-4-2. If the discharge is catastrophic, it will destroy the protected IC. If it is less severe, it will cause latent failures that are very difficult to find. 10/100 Ethernet operates at 125MHz clock over a twisted pair interface. In a typical system, the twistedpair interface for each port consists of two differential signal pairs: one for the transmitter and one for the receiver, with the transmitter input being the most sensitive to damage. The fatal discharge occurs differentially across the transmit or receive line pair and is capacitively coupled through the transformer to the Ethernet chip. Figure 8 shows how to design the SRV05-4 on the line side of a 10/100 ethernet port to provide differential mode protection. The common mode isolation of the transformer will provide common mode protection to the rating of the transformer isolation which is usually >1.5kV. If more common mode protection is needed, figure 9 shows how to design the SRV05-4 on the IC side of the 10/100  2008 Semtech Corp. Figure 7 - Digital Video Interface (DVI) Protection 8 PROTECTION PRODUCTS SRV05-4 SRV05-4 Figure 8 - 10/100 Ethernet Differential Protection Figure 9 - 10/100 Ethernet Differential and Common Mode Protection  2008 Semtech Corp. 9 PROTECTION PRODUCTS 10/100 ETHERNET PROTECTION CONT’ Ethernet circuit to provide differential and common mode protection. The SRV05-4 can not be grounded on the line side because the hi-pot test requires the line side not to be grounded. SRV05-4  2008 Semtech Corp. 10 PROTECTION PRODUCTS Applications Information - SPICE Model SRV05-4 nH SRV05-4 Spice Model Parameter IS BV VJ RS IBV CJO TT M N EG SRV05-4 Spice Parameters Unit D1 (LCRD) D2 (LCRD) Amp 10E-14 10E-14 Volt 180 20 Volt 0.62 0.59 Ohm 0.31 0.37 Amp 1E-3 1E-3 Farad 3E-12 1E-12 sec 2.541E-9 2.541E-9 -- 0.01 0.01 -- 1.1 1.1 eV 1.11 1.11 D3 (TVS) 10E-14 8.59 0.6 0.500 1E-3 360E-12 2.541E-9 0.334 1.1 1.11  2008 Semtech Corp. 11 PROTECTION PRODUCTS OOuuttlliinnee DDrraawwiinngg --SSOOT-283 6L A N 2X E/2 ccc C 2X N/2 TIPS 12 B e1 D EI E e aaa C SEATING PLANE C D A2 A A1 bxN bbb C A-B D DIMENSIONS DIM INCHES MIN NOM MAX MILLIMETERS MIN NOM MAX A .035 - .057 0.90 - 1.45 A1 .000 - .006 0.00 - 0.15 A2 .035 .045 .051 .90 1.15 1.30 b .010 - .020 0.25 - 0.50 c .003 - .009 0.08 - 0.22 D .110 .114 .122 2.80 2.90 3.10 E1 .060 .063 .069 1.50 1.60 1.75 E .110 BSC 2.80 BSC e .037 BSC 0.95 BSC e1 .075 BSC 1.90 BSC L .012 .018 .024 0.30 0.45 0.60 L1 (.024) (0.60) N 6 6 01 0° - 10° 0° - 10° aaa .004 0.10 bbb .008 0.20 ccc .008 0.20 H GAGE c PLANE SIDE VIEW 0.25 SEE DETAIL A L 01 (L1) DETAIL A NOTES: 1. CONTROLLING DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS (ANGLES IN DEGREES). 2. DATUMS -A- AND -B- TO BE DETERMINED AT DATUM PLANE -H- 3. DIMENSIONS "E1" AND "D" DO NOT INCLUDE MOLD FLASH, PROTRUSIONS OR GATE BURRS. Land Pattern -SOT23 6L SRV05-4 X DIMENSIONS DIM INCHES MILLIMETERS C (.098) (2.50) (C) G Z G .055 P .037 1.40 0.95 Y X .024 0.60 Y .043 1.10 P Z .141 3.60 NOTES: 1. THIS LAND PATTERN IS FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY. CONSULT YOUR MANUFACTURING GROUP TO ENSURE YOUR COMPANY'S MANUFACTURING GUIDELINES ARE MET.  2008 Semtech Corp. 12 PROTECTION PRODUCTS Marking Codes V05 Part Number SRV05-4 Marking Code V05 Tape and Reel Specification SRV05-4 Ordering Information Part Number Lead Finish SRV05-4.TC SnPb SRV05-4.TCT Pb free Qty per Reel 3,000 3,000 Reel Size 7 Inch 7 Inch User Direction of feed A0 B0 K0 3.23 +/-0.05 mm 3.17 +/-0.05 mm 1.37 +/-0.05 mm Tape Width B, (Max) D D1 E 8 mm 4.2 mm (.165) 1.5 + 0.1 mm - 0.0 mm 1.0 mm ±0.05 1.750±.10 mm F K (MAX) P 3.5±0.05 mm 2.4 mm 4.0±0.1 mm P0 4.0±0.1 mm P2 T(MAX) W 2.0±0.05 mm 0.4 mm 8.0 mm + 0.3 mm - 0.1 mm Contact Information  2008 Semtech Corp. Semtech Corporation Protection Products Division 200 Flynn Road, Camarillo, CA 93012 Phone: (805)498-2111 FAX (805)498-3804 13




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