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Number of channels (#) 2 IO capacitance (Typ) (pF) 1.5 Vrwm (V) 5.5 IEC 61000-4-2 contact (+/- kV) 8 Features Bi-/uni-directional Uni-Directional IO leakage current (Max) (nA) +/-1 Rating Automotive Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85 Dynamic resistance (Typ) (Ω) 1.2 Clamping voltage (V) 25 open-in-new Find other ESD & surge protection ICs

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  • Qualified for Automotive Applications
  • ESD Protection Exceeds
    • ±15-kV Human-Body Model (HBM)
    • ±8-kV IEC 61000-4-2 Contact Discharge
    • ±15-kV IEC 61000-4-2 Air-Gap Discharge
  • Low 1.5-pF Input Capacitance
  • Low 1-nA (Max) Leakage Current
  • 0.9-V to 5.5-V Supply-Voltage Range
  • Two-Channel Device
  • Space-Saving DRL Package
  • Alternate 3-, 4-, 6-Channel Options Available:
    TPD3E001, TPD4E001, and TPD6E001
    • USB 2.0
    • Ethernet
    • FireWire™
    • Video
    • Cell Phones
    • SVGA Video Connections
    • Glucose Meters

FireWire is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.

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The TPD2E001 is a low-capacitance ±15-kV ESD-protection diode array designed to protect sensitive electronics attached to communication lines. Each channel consists of a pair of diodes that steer ESD current pulses to VCC or GND. The TPD2E001 protects against ESD pulses up to ±15-kV Human-Body Model (HBM), ±8-kV Contact Discharge, and ±15-kV Air-Gap Discharge, as specified in IEC 61000-4-2. This device has a 1.5-pF capacitance per channel, making it ideal for use in high-speed data IO interfaces.

The TPD2E001 is a two-channel device intended for USB and USB 2.0 applications.

The TPD2E001 is available in the DRL package and is specified for –40°C to 85°C operation.

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* Data sheet TPD2E001-Q1 Low-Capacitance 2-Channel +/-15-kV ESD-Protection Array datasheet Nov. 05, 2009
Application note ESD Protection for Automotive Infotainment Aug. 08, 2018
User guide Generic ESD Evaluation Module User's Guide Apr. 03, 2018
Application note ISO 10605 Application Note Feb. 21, 2018
White paper Designing USB for short-to-battery tolerance in automotive environments Feb. 10, 2016
Application note ESD Layout Guide Mar. 04, 2015
Application note Design Considerations for System-Level ESD Circuit Protection Sep. 25, 2012
Application note Reading and Understanding an ESD Protection Datasheet May 19, 2010

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Texas Instrument's ESDEVM evaluation module allows the evaluation of most of TI's ESD portfolio. The board comes with all traditional ESD footprints in order to be able to test any number of devices. Devices that need to be tested can be soldered onto their respect footprint and then tested. For the (...)
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Reference designs

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Automotive USB Charger with Linear Droop Compensation Reference Design
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Multi Camera, Video Interface and Control Solution for Automotive Surround View Systems
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