Asymmetric GTO Thyristors

GTOs are optimized for low conduction losses. The typical on-off switching frequency is in the range of 200 - 500 hertz for most applications. GTOs are, by nature, relatively slow switches. Typical transition times from on to off state and vice versa are in a range of 10 - 30 microseconds. All GTOs require protective networks called "snubbers" for turn-on and turn-off. The turn-on snubber circuit, in essence an inductor, limits the rate of current rise. For turn-off, the GTO requires a device that limits the rate of voltage rise, in essence a capacitor.

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5SGA 06D4502

5SGA-06D4502_5SYA1236-00Jun-04.pdf

4500 V

2800 V

600 A

210 A

D

5SGA 15F2502

5SGA15F2502.pdf

2500 V

1400 V

1500 A

570 A

F

5SGA 20H2501

5SGA-20H2501_5SYA1205-01Jun-04.pdf

2500 V

1400 V

2000 A

830 A

H

5SGA 20H4502

5SGA20H4502.pdf

4500 V

2200 V

2000 A

710 A

H

5SGA 25H2501

5SGA-25H2501_5SYA1206-01Dec-04.pdf

2500 V

1400 V

2500 A

830 A

H

5SGA 30J2501

5SGA-30J2501_5SYA1213-02Jan-05.pdf

2500 V

1400 V

3000 A

1300 A

J

5SGA 30J4502

5SGA20H4502.pdf

4500 V

2800 V

3000 A

930 A

J

5SGA 40L4501

5SGA-40L4501_5SYA1208-02Apr-03.pdf

4500 V

2800 V

4000 A

1000 A

L

5SGF 30J4502

5SGF30J4502.pdf

4500 V

3000 V

3000 A

960 A

J

5SGF 40L4502

5SGF-40L4502.pdf

4500 V

2800 V

4000 A

1180 A

L