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Old 13th January 2010, 01:07 AM   #1
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Default Soft Recovery Axial Type Rectifier Diodes

I just wanted to give everyone a heads up that Mouser will have quite a few of
these in stock soon. The Vishay SRP100K. 800v/1A axial type. The current data
sheet from Vishay does not say anything about soft recovery, but the original
data sheet from General Instrument does, and I verified with an engineer from
Vishay that the diode design has not changed since the days of GI.

This is a great replacement when modifying gear that has the classic 1N4000
series installed.

I had a bunch of these a while back and they made a noticeable improvement in
everything I put them in. Definitely highly recommended.

Here is the Mouser link: SRP100K-E3/51 Vishay Semiconductors Rectifiers
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