Nexperia – 100V, 8A Schottky barrier rectifier operates at up to 175°C


The PMEG100V080ELPD from Nexperia, the discrete power components business recently spun-off from NXP Semiconductors, is a Schottky barrier rectifier and a member of Nexperia’s Maximum Efficiency General Application (MEGA) family of power devices.

AEC-Q101 qualified, the PMEG100V080ELPD is intended for use in automotive applications.

It is housed in a CFP15 (SOT1289) surface-mount plastic package with flat leads. It has a footprint of 5.8mm x 4.3mm and is 0.78mm high. Thermal resistance from junction to solder point is 3K/W. The device is rated for a maximum junction temperature of 175°C.

The PMEG100V080ELPD can handle average forward currents of up to 8A, and is able to withstand reverse voltages up to 100V. A low forward voltage means that the PMEG100V080ELPD can be used in applications requiring low system power consumption.



  • Clip-bonding technology and heat-sink give high power capability
  • 160A non-repetitive peak forward current
  • 10ns reverse-recovery time
  • 535mV peak forward recovery voltage


  • Low-voltage rectification
  • Automotive LED lighting
  • DC-DC converters
  • Switch-mode power supplies
  • Reverse-polarity protection
  • Low-power applications