Help locating a harvested diode's datasheet

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Artikbot, Nov 12, 2010.

  1. Artikbot

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    Hi again,

    I harvested a beefy looking rectifying diode, it has engraved on it the following (this sizing aswell):

    D28 - 06 33...

    It has a dotted line with squareish dots which I believe to indicate the anode.

    The only similar reference is a hockey puck diode, rated for 3000V and 1500Amps manufactured by ABB, and I doubt it is this one :p


    If more info is necessary, it has been harvested from a '95 Sony Trinitron's PCB.
     
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  4. Artikbot

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    Kermit, you know you're my hero, right?


    They are EXACTLY like the ones on the datasheet. So, they're fast recovery (aka Schottky) diodes.. 600V 1.5A, that's AMAZING because I happen to need some high voltage Schottkys to replace burnt ones (a stupid mistake that caused a shortcircuit. gah).

    Thanks a lot!
     
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    (He is my hero too ;) )
     
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