Product Detail

MA4PK2000
High Peak, Avg. Power
MACOM's KILOVOLT™ PIN diode series utilize modern semiconductor and packaging technology that assures low loss, low distortion, and reliable performance in multi-kilowatt switch applications at frequencies as low as 1 MHz. The PIN chips employed have low resistance, high power dissipation and very high stand-off voltage capability. KILOVOLT™ PIN diodes employ ultra high resistively, long carrier lifetime, float zone material onto which P+ and N+ regions are deposited using an epitaxial process designed by MACOM's for high voltage PIN diodes. This process results in better preservation of the carrier lifetime and superior layer to layer interface when compared to a conventional double diffused process. The processing of the I-region width is tightly controlled using modern lapping techniques. KILOVOLT™ PIN diode chips utilize MACOM's proprietary Cermachip™ glass passivation. The hard glass covers all exposed junction and intrinsic surfaces. This results in a hermetically sealed, passivated chip that has been used in many high reliability military and commercial programs.
Features
  • Reverse Voltage up to 3000 Volts
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Non Magnetic to 3 Tesla for MRI Applications
  • Convenient Solder Lug Attachment
  • Rugged, Hermetically Sealed Packaging
  • Low Loss, Low Distortion
  • Designed for HF, Multi-Throw Kilowatt Switches
  • 25 Ampere Current Rating
Applications
  • ISM
Specifications
  • Min Frequency: 0 MHz
  • Resistance: 0.2 Ohm
  • Thermal Resistance: 3 
  • Total Capacitance: 3.2 pF
  • Total Capacitance: 3.2 pF
  • CW Power Dissipation: 50 W
  • Max Frequency: 500 MHz
  • Breakdown Voltage, Minimum: 2,000 V
  • Lifetime: 30,000 nS
Package
  • ODS-1027
Package Category
  • Ceramic Coaxial Mount
Part Number Package MACOM Richardson RFPD DigiKey Mouser
MA4PK2000
Diode, Pin, Ceramic_Pkg, Si, ODS1027
ODS-1027 Inquire Buy

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