Diotec Electronics Corporation is a major manufacturer of industry standard and custom power diodes and rectifiers. Diotec Electronics provide our customers with diodes and rectifiers of superior quality at competitive prices. This superior quality results from using an advanced, computer controlled, vacuum die soldering process, which enables silicon chips to be soldered to metal with exceptional consistency and void free quality.
Diotec diodes and bridge rectifiers have superior heat dissipation, cooler junction temperatures, lower leakage currents, and reduced thermal stress. Additionally, the high quality die attachment allows the diodes survive mechanical shock without bond failure, another common problem with most offshore “cheap” diodes.
Diotec Electronics offers Industry standard and specialty power diodes and rectifiers including: automotive press-fit diodes, button diodes, Transient Voltage Suppressor diodes, diode cells, full wave bridge rectifiers up to 50 Amps. and 1,500 Volts, and high voltage diodes.
Diotec provides a broad and diversified product line of diodes and rectifiers to suit your application and design needs.
Diotec Electronics produces standard and custom bipolar (& unipolar) silicon diode cells and diode stacks ideally suited for PoE Transient Voltage Suppression (TVS) applications. Diotec Electronics’ diode cells and diode stacks provide extremely low electrical and thermal resistance, ensuring a quick response to overvoltage conditions. Diotec’s PoE diodes have the ability to effectively dissipate the diode junction heat associated with the conduction of high surge currents during a transient event.
These superior performance characteristics are a result of using an advanced computer controlled vacuum die soldering process which enables silicon chips to be soldered to metal with exception consistency and VOID FREE QUALITY. Thus, Diotec’s products have unmatched heat dissipation, cooler junction temperatures, lower leakage currents, and reduced thermal stress. The high quality die attachment allows the diodes to survive mechanical shock without bound failure, a common problem with most offshore “cheap” diodes.
Power Over Ethernet (PoE) enabled devices and their associated electronic components can operate over a wide range of applications (e.g., smart signs, vending machines, access surveillance & control, phones, etc.) and, hence, potentially exhibit a wide range of operating currents and voltages that must be reliably protected against transient events.