BS IEC 60747-3:2013 - Semiconductor devices. Discrete devices: Signal, switching and regulator diodes

BS IEC 60747-3:2013

Semiconductor devices. Discrete devices: Signal, switching and regulator diodes

Status : Current   Published : April 2015



This part of IEC 60747 gives the requirements for the following devices:

  • signal diodes (excluding diodes designed to operate at frequencies above several hundred MHz);

  • switching diodes (excluding high power rectifier diodes);

  • voltage-regulator diodes;

  • voltage-reference diodes;

  • current-regulator diodes.

Standard NumberBS IEC 60747-3:2013
TitleSemiconductor devices. Discrete devices: Signal, switching and regulator diodes
Publication Date30 April 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60747-1:2006/A1:2010, IEC 60050, IEC 60747-1:2006
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS 6493-1.3:1986, IEC 60747-3:1985
International RelationshipsIEC 60747-3:2013
Draft Superseded By10/30231573 DC
DescriptorsEfficiency, Signal diodes, Voltage-reference diodes, Electrical conductance, Electrical testing, Letters (symbols), Charge measurement, Circuits, Failure (quality control), Testing conditions, Electrical measurement, Capacitance measurement, Electrical properties and phenomena, Voltage measurement, Endurance testing, Definitions, Noise (spurious signals), Power losses, Resistance measurement, Symbols, Test equipment, Power measurement (electric), Semiconductor diodes, Switches, Semiconductor devices, Electronic equipment and components, Current measurement, Diodes, Performance testing, Ratings
Title in FrenchDispositifs à semiconducteurs. Dispositifs discrets: Diodes de signal, diodes de commutation et diodes régulatrices
ISBN978 0 580 72202 8
File Size1.292 MB

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