ESD protection devices combine signal integrity and surge robustness

September 16, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
ESD protection devices combine signal integrity and surge robustness
Nexperia has introduced four new TrEOS ESD protection devices that are AEC-Q101- qualified for automotive use and high temperature capable up to 175°C. The parts combine low capacitance ensuring high signal integrity with likewise low clamping and high robustness for modern automotive interfaces. Applications include infotainment, multimedia and ADAS systems featuring USB 3.2, HDMI, LVDS, SerDes and SD-card interfaces.

The TrEOS ESD protection technology uses active silicon-controlled rectification to overcome the traditional protection trade-off challenge. Capacitance is kept down to 0.5 pF, clamping voltage is just 3 V and devices can withstand surge and ESD pulses up to 10 A 8/20 µs. The devices are sold in the proven SOT23 package.

The first four PESD2USBx-T series AEC-Q101-qualified TrEOS ESD protection devices are in mass production now.

More information: www.nexperia.com/automotive-infotainment-serdes


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