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PUSB2X4Y

ESD protection for high-speed interfaces

The device is designed to protect high-speed interfaces such as USB 2.0 ports against ElectroStatic Discharge (ESD).

The device includes four high-level ESD protection diode structures for high-speed signal lines. It is encapsulated in a very small SOT363 (SC-88) Surface-Mounted Device (SMD) plastic package.

All signal lines are protected by a special diode configuration offering ultra low line capacitance of 0.85 pF maximum. This configuration provides protection to downstream components from ESD voltages up to ±12 kV contact according to IEC 61000-4-2, level 4.

This product has been discontinued, click here for discontinuation information and replacement parts.

Features and benefits

  • System ESD protection for USB 2.0
  • All signal lines with integrated rail-to-rail clamping diodes for downstream ESD protection of ±12 kV according to IEC 61000-4-2, level 4
  • Line capacitance of 0.85 pF maximum for each channel

Applications

The device is designed for receiver and transmitter port protection in:

  • Portable devices
  • TVs and monitors
  • DVD recorders and players
  • Notebooks, mother boards, graphic cards and ports
  • Set-top boxes and game consoles

Parametrics

Type number Package name Nr of lines Configuration VRWM (V) Cd [typ] (pF) VESD IEC61000-4-2 (kV)
PUSB2X4Y TSSOP6 4 Unidirectional 5.5 0.55 12/15

Package

All type numbers in the table below are discontinued. See the table Discontinuation information for more information.

Type number Orderable part number, (Ordering code (12NC)) Status Marking Package Package information Reflow-/Wave soldering Packing
PUSB2X4Y PUSB2X4YH
(934067937125)
Withdrawn / End-of-life PK% SOT363
TSSOP6
(SOT363)
SOT363 REFLOW_BG-BD-1
WAVE_BG-BD-1
SOT363_125

Environmental information

All type numbers in the table below are discontinued. See the table Discontinuation information for more information.

Type number Orderable part number Chemical content RoHS RHF-indicator
PUSB2X4Y PUSB2X4YH PUSB2X4Y rohs rhf rhf
Quality and reliability disclaimer

Documentation (18)

File name Title Type Date
PUSB2X4Y ESD protection for high-speed interfaces Data sheet 2020-04-28
Nexperia_document_brochure_ESD-Protection-Applications_022017 ESD Protection Application guide Brochure 2018-12-21
PUSB2X4Y_Nexperia_Product_Reliability PUSB2X4Y Nexperia Product Reliability Quality document 2021-03-19
AN90032 Low temperature soldering, application study Application note 2022-02-22
Nexperia_document_brochure_ESD-Protection-Applications_022017 ESD Protection Application guide Brochure 2018-12-21
Nexperia_document_guide_MiniLogic_PicoGate_201901 PicoGate leaded logic portfolio guide Brochure 2019-01-07
SOT363 3D model for products with SOT363 package Design support 2018-12-05
Nexperia_package_poster Nexperia package poster Leaflet 2020-05-15
TSSOP6_SOT363_mk plastic, surface-mounted package; 6 leads; 1.3 mm pitch; 2 mm x 1.25 mm x 0.95 mm body Marcom graphics 2017-01-28
SOT363_115 TSSOP6; Reel pack for SMD, 7"; Q2/T3 product orientation Packing information 2020-06-12
SOT363_125 TSSOP6 ; Reel pack for SMD, 7"; Q3/T4 product orientation Packing information 2020-04-21
SOT363_135 TSSOP6; Tape reel SMD; standard product orientation 12NC ending 135 Packing information 2020-04-27
SOT363_165 TSSOP6 ; Reel pack for SMD, 11"; Q3/T4 product orientation Packing information 2024-01-24
REFLOW_BG-BD-1 Reflow soldering profile Reflow soldering 2021-04-06
MAR_SOT363 MAR_SOT363 Topmark Top marking 2013-06-03
WAVE_BG-BD-1 Wave soldering profile Wave soldering 2021-09-08

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Models

File name Title Type Date
SOT363 3D model for products with SOT363 package Design support 2018-12-05

How does it work?

The interactive datasheets are based on the Nexperia MOSFET precision electrothermal models. With our interactive datasheets you can simply specify your own conditions interactively. Start by changing the values of the conditions. You can do this by using the sliders in the condition fields. By dragging the sliders you will see how the MOSFET will perform at the new conditions set.