[SI-LIST] Re: ESD Protection Of ATF-55143

Steve-
 
See the Agilent ATF 55143 Reliability Data Sheet ( 
http://literature.agilent.com/litweb/pdf/5988-4885EN.pdf )

Table 4 (ESD Results) claims Human Body Model Results of 300V (Class1) 
and Machine Model Results of 40V (Class A)

-Ray Anderson


Charlie Anderson wrote:

>I was interested in this question so I looked up the data sheets on both
>devices.
>
>The ATF-55143 can handle ESD strikes up to 200V (HBM) while the CM1213
>starts conducting at +/-9V for ESD strikes to 8kV(HBM).  I'd think you
>are covered with that combination.  
>
>Regards,
>Charlie Anderson
>Sr. Electrical Engineer
>Micro Control Company
>(763) 277-9244
>c.anderson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
>  
>
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