Part Number: 1N4007
Function: VOLTAGE RANGE 1000 Volts, CURRENT 1.0 Ampere, Silicon Rectifier
Package: Axial Type, DO-41 Type
Manufacturer: Rectron Semiconductor
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What is 1N4007?
The 1N4007 is a widely used rectifier diode that is designed to handle high voltage and high current applications. It has a peak repetitive reverse voltage of 1000V and a maximum forward current of 1A. The 1N4007 is commonly used in power supply circuits, rectifiers, and voltage regulators. It is known for its durability and reliability, making it a popular choice for a variety of applications.
The 1N4007 diode is a standard general-purpose diode with a maximum reverse voltage of 1000 volts and a forward current of 1 ampere. It has a forward voltage drop of around 0.7 volts and a reverse leakage current of less than 5 microamps at room temperature.
The 1N4007 diode is commonly used in power supplies, battery chargers, and other applications where rectification of AC voltage is required. It is a reliable and inexpensive diode that can handle a wide range of current and voltage levels. However, it has some limitations, such as slow switching speed and relatively high reverse recovery time.
1. Low cost
2. Low leakage
3. Low forward voltage drop
4. High current capability
Mechanical Data :
1. Case : Molded plastic
2. Epoxy : Device has UL flammability classification 94V-O
3. Lead : MIL-STD-202E method 208C guaranteed
4. Mounting position : Any
5. Weight : 0.33 gram
Absolute Maximum Ratings (Ta = 25°C)
1. Maximum Recurrent Peak Reverse Voltage : Vrrm =1000 V
2. Maximum RMS Voltage : Vrms = 700 V
3. Maximum DC Blocking Voltage : Vdc = 1000 V
4. Maximum Average Forward Rectified Current : Io = 1 A
5. Operating and Storage temperature: Tstg, Tj = -55 to +150 °C
Difference Between 1N4148 and 1N4007
1. Maximum reverse voltage:
1N4007 has a maximum reverse voltage of 1000 volts, while 1N4148 has a maximum reverse voltage of 100 volts.
2. Forward current:
1N4007 has a forward current of 1 ampere, while 1N4148 has a forward current of 200 milliamperes.
3. Forward voltage drop:
1N4007 has a higher forward voltage drop of around 0.7 volts, while 1N4148 has a lower forward voltage drop of around 0.6 volts.
1N4007 is commonly used in power supplies and other low-frequency applications, while 1N4148 is commonly used in signal processing and other high-frequency applications.
Other data sheets are available within the file:
1N4001, 1N4002, 1N4003, 1N4004, 1N4005, 1N4006