AEC-Q101 SCR Thyristors provide control over inrush current for battery chargers and safely handle capacitor discharges
ST's 1200 V, automotive-grade SCR Thyristors, TN4050HP-12WY (40 A) and TN6050HP-12WY (60 A), offer optimized power losses dissipation and are AEC-Q101 qualified for EV on-board chargers from 3.7 to 22 kW. Thanks to their 600 A surge current capability and 200 A/μs turn-on reliability, they also fit battery management systems. Fully rated at 150 °C, the TN6050HP-12WY SCR offers 1 kV/μs immunity, 1400 V surge, ideal for handling capacitor discharges.
- AEC-Q101 qualified
- IT(RMS) = 40 A (TN4050HP-12WY) and 60 A (TN6050HP-12WY)
- VDRM & VRRM = 1200 V
- Smart Inrush Current Limitation with IEC 61000-3-3 compliance
- High AC switching life expectancy compared to relay
Cost-effective standalone board designed to demonstrate efficient trade-offs regarding inrush-current limitation without inrush-current resistors and standby losses in line with European directive IEC 61000-3-3
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