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Submitted by: Audio_Loupe on 2006-09-26 20:21:07.
Topic:Re: Re: help on BYW98/BYW100
Body:Thank you very much for these information that will be very usefull for me (I'm working on an audio amplifier of unsual kind ...)
It's puzzling to see how these models are different!
Regards,
Stéphane
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Submitted by: Chuck on 2006-09-26 17:05:12.
Topic:Re: help on BYW98/BYW100
Body:I found this...
Chuck
.MODEL BYW98-200 D IS=47.259E-9 N=1.5336 RS=10.466E-3 IKF=59.741E-3
+ EG=1.11 XTI=3 CJO=21.000E-12 M=58.062E-3 VJ=2.5767 ISR=574.05E-9
+ FC=0.5 NR=21.546 TT=10.520E-9
.MODEL BYW100-200 D IS=107.44E-9 N=1.7067 RS=18.943E-3 IKF=.11548
+ EG=1.11 XTI=3 CJO=15.000E-12 M=52.987E-3 VJ=1.1012 ISR=224.51E-9
+ FC=0.5 NR=15.768 TT=8.5000E-9
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Submitted by: Audio_Loupe on 2006-09-12 21:03:04.
Topic:help on BYW98/BYW100
Body:Hi every body,
I need a quite accurate model of :
- BYW98 200
- BYW100 200

These are rectifiers I could find only one on the web but they seem to be very unaacurate because When I increase temperature the voltage increases as well.

For information :
.model BYW100-200 D(
+ IS=4.72847e-14 ISR=2.39741e-07 RS=0.0576031 TT=3.4133e-08
+ CJO=1.964e-11 VJ=1.1 M=0.141125 BV=220 )
.model BYW98-200 D(
+ IS=8.52038e-14 ISR=2.47265e-07 RS=0.0180621 TT=2.50011e-08
+ CJO=3.90063e-11 VJ=1.2 M=0.137475 BV=220 )

Does anybody has a better model for these rectifiers?
Thank you for Help
Stéphane
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