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Defibrillation/Surge/ESD Protector

Lowest Leakage Defibrillation and ESD Protection Device

Product Details

Key Features

Applications/Uses

Parametric specs for ESD Protection Diode Arrays
Protection Method +/-10.3V Trigger Voltage
# Channels 4
C (pF) 3
VSUPPLY (V) -8 to +8
Package/Pins UMAX/8
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
3.5
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Simplified Block Diagram

Technical Docs

Data Sheet Defibrillation/Surge/ESD Protector Dec 08, 2017

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Parameters

Parametric specs for ESD Protection Diode Arrays
Protection Method +/-10.3V Trigger Voltage
# Channels 4
C (pF) 3
VSUPPLY (V) -8 to +8
Package/Pins UMAX/8
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
3.5

Key Features

  • Low Leakage Defibrillation Protection IC Helps ECG Systems
  • Low Capacitance ~ 3pF
  • Low Leakage ~ 20pA @ 70°C
  • Fast Turn-On < 2ns
  • Low On-Voltage 3.9V (typ)
  • High Peak Current in Excess of 4A
  • Withstands Over 100k Defibrillation Pulses Without Failure
  • 0°C to 70°C Temperature Range
  • Small, 3mm X 5mm µMAX® Package

Applications/Uses

  • AED Units
  • Clinical Patient Monitoring
  • Fixed Broadband Wireless Access
  • Industrial Equipment Protection
  • Wearable Medical

Description

The MAX30034 is a patent-pending protection devices intended to (with the help of external, energy-rated resistors) absorb repetitive defibrillation and other high-energy pulses to protect sensitive electronic circuitry in ECG and other medical/industrial equipment. The devices can withstand over 100,000 defibrillation pulses without failure.

The devices are intended to replace the gas-discharge tubes and transient absorbers in applications where its significant reduction in size is beneficial and its lower, well defined on-voltage can offer higher degrees of protection to sensitive electronics.

The devices use a combination of a rugged integrated circuit process and high-speed circuitry to ensure very fast turn-on times with trigger voltages low enough to not require secondary clamping circuitry. A low hold current of approximately 175mA ensures protection is maintained for the entire length of the high-energy transient event.

The MAX30034 is available in a small, 3mm x 5mm µMAX-8 package and are specified over the 0°C to +70°C temperature range.

Simplified Block Diagram

MAX30034: Typical Application Circuit MAX30034: Typical Application Circuit Zoom icon

Technical Docs

Data Sheet Defibrillation/Surge/ESD Protector Dec 08, 2017

Support & Training

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Our dedicated team of Applications Engineers are also available to answer your technical questions. Visit our support portal .