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Elvis R
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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 4:13 pm    Post subject: Schottky Rectifier Sub Reply with quote

I took out a shorted SB1060FCT - 10A, 60V Common-K Schottky Rectifier - from a LCD monitor. It is extremely hard to locate. So I am looking for subs.
I was looking at the datasheet for NTE6088. It seems to be a compatible sub.

Can someone look at the the datasheets for these two and let me know, if it will work. Thanks
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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 10:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

HEEEY Elvis...we thought you had left the arena !

That replacement unit is heftier in the current spec and the volt rating is adequate and is in a to-220 casing. Not sure if your original is in the TO-220 also or if it is the variant.....all plastic casing... with no exposed heatsinking metal...IF a heat sink is used.
Also you probably are not going to experience any switching speeds in excess of 100KHZ.... right...in considering its I RRM specs.

Nte unit:
so that this doesn't get bumped as spam...you type in the w w w dot preamble...and then :
nteinc.com/Web_pgs/Full_Wave.html

73's de Edd
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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 1:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey thanks for the reply, and Yes, I am still here Smile

The part I want to replace is in a TO-220 casing, and it does carry exposed heat-sinking. I know the NTE6088 is a little over the specs, but I do not mind. I am primarily concerned with the switching specs; will the replacement cause any obvious electronic noises.

I ordered one to see how it works. It is in the secondary power supply circuit, and operates at around 14-16VDC, at about 3-5amps max. So I do not see any issue, just needed a second opinion.

Thanks
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