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16 A Triac, high temperature and logic level
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This clip technology Triac has very high thermal cycling performance, and the design structure presents a higher ITSM. The 150 °C maximum junction temperature of this device offers easier thermal management. Its 10 mA gate current offers direct drive from a microcontroller, mainly for resistive load control.

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Key Features

  • Junction temperature up to 150 °C max.
  • Logic level gate current: 10 mA
  • Repetitive peak off-state voltage: 600 V
  • High ITSM
  • High thermal cycling performance

Design Resources


Technical Documentation

Product Specifications

Description Version Size
DS9658: 16 A Triac
1.0 268 KB

Application Notes

Description Version Size
AN2703: Parameter list for SCRs, TRIACs, AC switches, and DIACS
2.3 99 KB
AN302: Thyristors and TRIACs: holding current - an important parameter
3.2 138 KB

HW Model & CAD Libraries

HW Model & CAD Libraries

Description Version Size
H series high-temperature Triacs PSpice model (.lib) and symbols (.olb)
1.0 13 KB

Publications and Collaterals

Selection Guides

Description Version Size
Thyristors, Triacs, AC switches and A.S.D™ selection guide
1,717 KB

Sample & Buy

Part Number Marketing StatusPackagePacking TypeJunction Temperature (max) Order From STUnit Price (US$)*
@ 1000
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Material Declaration**
T1610H-6TActiveTO-220ABTube150-.776Distributor reported inventory date: 2014-12-18
Distributor NameRegionStockMin. order

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