Schottky diodes - types of power diodes , Electrical Engineering

Schottky  diodes

The schottky diodes have very fast recovery time and  low forward drop.  The current  ratings of  these diodes  vary  from 1A to 300 a and  maximum  allowable voltage is limited  to 100 V. The  are ideal for low voltage and high  current  de  power  suppliers. They  are used  in SMPS  high frequency instrumentation etc.

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