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New Yorker Stocks Good Ark’s MUR30U60PTW5 Rectifier

New Yorker Electronics has unveiled the new Good-Ark Semiconductor MUR30U60PTW5, a 30A, 600V ultrafast rectifier that featuring soft recovery characteristics, outstanding surge current capability and low forward voltage.

New YorkerUtilizing its silicon nitride passivated ion-implanted epitaxial planar construction; this device is ideal for use as a freewheeling diode for motor applications, boost diode in PFC and many other power switching applications. The low stored charge and ultrafast soft recovery features minimize ringing and electrical noise in many power switching circuits.

In plastic 40.6 x 15.8 x 4.9mm TO-3P package, the Good-Ark MUR30U60PTW5 supplies high voltage and high reliability with low recovery loss and ultra-fast recovery time. This Good-Ark Ultra-fast Rectifier is 600 volts and has a maximum allowable average forward current of 30amps per package, 15 per diode. It has a non-repetitive Peak Forward Surge Current of 180 amps and a Power Dissipation rating of 113 watts.

Features & Benefits:

  • High voltage and high reliability
  • High surge current capability
  • Ultrafast recovery time
  • Soft recovery characteristics
  • Low recovery loss
  • Low forward voltage
  • RoHS compliant


  • General purpose
  • Boost diode in PFC
  • Switching mode power supply
  • Free-wheeling diode for motor application
  • Power switching circuits


Aishwarya Saxena

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