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ESD protection, TVS devices, and EMI filtering What you get when you choose NXP for ESD and surge protection Solutions for wide application fields High-speed data lines Automotive protection General interfaces Supply lines A broad range of packages that simplify PCB design Down to ultra-small DSN0402 / 02005 inch DFN1608 for 1200 W surge protection Multi-line ESD and Benchmark protection solutions in packages optimized for the most common communication interfaces Common Mode filter A quality product from an experienced supplier NXP is strongly committed to automotive quality standards Rely on NXP, the #1 in ESD protection Advanced silicon technology for worry-free ESD solutions It takes a range of solutions to prevent the malfunctions caused by ESD pulses, surge pulses, and noise emissions ElectroStatic Discharge (ESD) is the transfer of an electric charge between bodies of different electrostatic potential, as when a person gets very close to or touches a device or connecting cable. The electric pulses are very short, with voltage values up to several kilovolts. The discharge can do serious damage to unprotected electronic devices. NXP’s ESD protection devices deliver best-in-class protection against these kinds of discharge events, while ensuring high signal integrity. Surge pulses, which are generated by grid instabilities and lightning transients, are a threat to any product connected to a power source, such as a supply line or a charging port. Surge pulses are longer pulses of a lower voltage than ESD, but they contain more electric energy and can destroy unprotected electronic circuits. NXP’s unidirectional TVS diodes have high surge ratings and high reserve standoff voltages, and offer the best protection for smartphones and other mobile devices that need regular charging. ElectroMagnetic Interference (EMI), which is a Radio Frequency (RF) disturbance caused by electromagnetic conduction, can disturb wired and wireless communication. Increase use of digital signals in the gigahertz range has increased the need for EMI suppression. NXP’s Common Mode filters with integrated ESD protection provide high signal integrity, with industry-leading bandwidth and ESD performance. Protection solutions for common interfaces ESD protection Communication & Computing Common interfaces Filtering + protection Single-line Multi-line Multi-line USB3 data lines / Type C PESD5V0H1BSF PUSB3FR6 PCMFxUSB30 USB2 data lines / Type C PESD5V0H1BSF PUSB3FR4 IP3319CX6 Audio jack, microphone PESD5V0C1BSF Keys / buttons, SIM, SD3... PESD5V0H1BSF Battery contact, Vbat USB VBus / charger port PESD5V0S1UL Audio speaker PESD12VV1BL Wireless charging antenna PESD12VV1BL NFC antenna PESD18VF1BSF FlexRay Automotive Single-line TVS, surge protection CAN Very small voltage dependency for capacitance, in 0603 (0201 inch) size Optimized for signal integrity, ESD robustness, and system protection, provides advanced ESD protection PTVS5V0Z1USKN PTVS12VZ1USKN 200 W (10/1000 µs) surge protection in a 1.6 x 0.8 x 0.25 mm package PESD1FLEX PESD1CAN-U Lin PESD1LIN BroadR-Reach PRTR5V02UAX LVDS PESD1LVDS SENT PESD1IVN-U © 2015 NXP Semiconductors N.V. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright owner. The information presented in this document does not form part of any quotation or contract, is believed to be accurate and reliable and may be changed without notice. No liability will be accepted by the publisher for any consequence of its use. Publication thereof does not convey nor imply any license under patent- or other industrial or intellectual property rights. Date of release: November 2015 Document order number: 9397 750 17689 Printed in the Netherlands IP4264CZ8-20-TTL (SIM) Low pass and common mode filters with industry leading bandwidth and integrated ESD protection These are just a few of the solutions NXP can offer. Unidirectional devices offer lower clamping voltage Vcl and dynamic resistance Rdyn than bidirectional devices, for superior protection of sensitive system ICs. B idirectional Strong ESD protection, with minimal impact on signal integrity, for established and upcoming network standards www.nxp.com at You’ll find more www.nxp.com/circuit protection Also, ask your local NXP representative for details. devices are typically two diodes in backto-back configuration. They’re often used as a universal solution, and are well suited for use with interfaces that carry positive and negative voltage signals. Bidirectional ESD protection also offers lower diode capacitances (Cd), which is helpful when using high-speed data lines.