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Evaluation of Fast Switching Diode 1N4448 Over a Wide Temperature RangeElectronic parts used in the design of power systems geared for space applications are often exposed to extreme temperatures and thermal cycling. Limited data exist on the performance and reliability of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) electronic parts at temperatures beyond the manufacturers specified operating temperature range. This report summarizes preliminary results obtained on the evaluation of automotive-grade, fast switching diodes over a wide temperature range and thermal cycling. The investigations were carried out to establish a baseline on functionality of these diodes and to determine suitability for use outside their recommended temperature limits.
Boomer, Kristen (NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States) Damron, James (Jacobs Engineering and Science Services and Skills Augmentation Group (ESSSA) Huntsville, AL, United States) Gray, Josh (Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane, IN, United States) Hammoud, Ahmad (Vantage Partners, LLC Cleveland, OH, United States)
October 5, 2017
March 30, 2017
Electronics And Electrical Engineering
WBS: WBS 724297.40.49.03.01
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Thermal Cycling Automotive-Grade Parts
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