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General Semiconductor / Vishay SMAJ40CA-E3/61, Bi-Directional TVS Diode, 400W, 2-Pin SMA
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Brand/Series: SMAJ Series
Clamping Voltage: 64.5 V
Configuration: Single
Current, Leakage: 1 μA
Current, Peak: 6.2 A
Current, Ratings: 6.2 A
Current, Reverse, Maximum: 1 μA
Current, Surge: 40 A
Current, Test: 1 mA
Dimensions: 4.50 x 2.79 x 2.29 mm
Direction: Bi-Directional
For Use With: Data/Comm, Industrial Equipment
Height: 0.09" (2.29mm)
Length: 0.177" (4.5mm)
Mounting Type: Surface Mount
Number of Pins: 2
Package Type: DO-214AC
Power Dissipation: 400 W
Primary Type: Diodes
Suppressor Type: Voltage
Temperature, Junction, Maximum: 150 °C
Temperature, Operating: -55 to 150 °C
Temperature, Operating, Maximum: +150 °C
Temperature, Operating, Minimum: -55 °C
Temperature, Operating, Range: -55 to +150 °C
Termination: Solder
Type: TVS
Voltage, Breakdown: 44.4 V
Voltage, Reverse Standoff: 40 V
Voltage, Stand Off: 40 V
Weight: 6.4 g
Width: 0.11" (2.79mm)


  • Low Profile Package
  • Ideal for Automated Placement
  • Glass Passivated Chip Junction
  • Available in Uni-Directional and Bi-Directional
  • 400 W Peak Pulse Power Capability with a 10/1000 μs Waveform, Repetitive Rate (Duty Cycle): 0.01% (300 W Above 78 V)
  • Excellent Clamping Capability
  • Very Fast Response Time
  • Low Incremental Surge Resistance
  • Meets MSL level 1, Per J-STD-020, LF Maximum Peak of 260°C
  • Solder Dip 260°C, 40 s
  • Component in Accordance to RoHS 2002/95/EC and WEEE 2002/96/EC Applications: Use in sensitive electronics protection against voltage transients induced by inductive load switching and lighting on ICs, MOSFET, signal lines of sensor units for consumer, computer, industrial, automotive and telecommunication.