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HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Shunt Regulator REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Description The HA17431 series is temperature-compensated variable shunt regulators. The main application of these products is in voltage regulators that provide a variable output voltage. The on-chip high-precision reference voltage source can provide ±1% accuracy in the V versions, which have a VKA max of 16 volts. Features • The V versions provide 2.500 V ±1% at Ta = 25°C • The reference voltage has a low temperature coefficient • The UPAKV miniature packages are optimal for use on high mounting density circuit boards Block Diagram K REF + − A Application Circuit Example Switching power supply secondary-side error amplification circuit Vout R R1 K + – REF A HA17431 Series R2 GND REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 1 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Ordering Information Reference voltage (at 25°C) Normal Version ±4% 2.395V to 2.495V to 2.595V A Version ±2.2% 2.440V to 2.495V to 2.550V V Version ±1% 2.475V to 2.500V to 2.525V Item HA17431FPAJ HA17431FPJ HA17431PAJ Car use HA17431PJ HA17431PNAJ HA17431VPJ Industrial use HA17431UPA HA17432UPA Package Code (Package Name) PRSP0008DE-B (FP-8DGV) PRSP0008DE-B (FP-8DGV) PRSS0003DC-A (TO-92MODV) PRSS0003DC-A (TO-92MODV) PRSS0003DA-A (TO-92V) Operating Temperature Range O O O O O O O O –40 to +85°C PRSS0003DA-A (TO-92V) PLZZ0004CA-A (UPAKV) PLZZ0004CA-A (UPAKV) –20 to +85°C Pin Arrangement UPAKV (HA17431UPA) A UPAKV (HA17432UPA) A 1 REF FP-8DGV 2 3 1 K TO-92V 2 A A K 3 REF TO-92MODV REF NC 8 7 A 6 NC 5 Mark side Mark side 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 K 2 3 4 NC NC NC REF A K REF A K REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 2 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Absolute Maximum Ratings (Ta = 25°C) Ratings Item Cathode voltage Continuous cathode current Reference input current Power dissipation Operating temperature range Storage temperature Symbol VKA IK Iref PT Topr Tstg HA17431VPJ 16 –50 to +50 –0.05 to +10 500 *2 –40 to +85 –55 to +150 HA17431UPA 40 –100 to +150 –0.05 to +10 800 *5 –20 to +85 –55 to +150 Ratings Item Cathode voltage Continuous cathode current Reference input current Power dissipation Operating temperature range Storage temperature Symbol VKA IK Iref PT Topr Tstg HA17431PNAJ 40 –100 to +150 –0.05 to +10 500 *2 –40 to +85 –55 to +150 HA17431PJ/PAJ 40 –100 to +150 –0.05 to +10 800 *3 –40 to +85 –55 to +150 HA17431FPJ/FPAJ 40 –100 to +150 –0.05 to +10 500 *4 –40 to +85 –55 to +125 Unit V mA mA mW °C °C 2, 3, 4 Notes 1 HA17432UPA 40 –100 to +150 –0.05 to +10 800 *5 –20 to +85 –55 to +150 Unit V mA mA mW °C °C 2, 5 Notes 1 Notes: 1. 2. 3. 4. Voltages are referenced to anode. Ta ≤ 25°C. If Ta > 25°C, derate by 4.0 mW/°C. Ta ≤ 25°C. If Ta > 25°C, derate by 6.4 mW/°C. 50 mm × 50 mm × 1.5mmt glass epoxy board (5% wiring density), Ta ≤ 25°C. If Ta > 25°C, derate by 5 mW/°C. 5. 15 mm × 25 mm × 0.7mmt alumina ceramic board,Ta ≤ 25°C. If Ta > 25°C, derate by 6.4 mW/°C. REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 3 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Electrical Characteristics HA17431VPJ (Ta = 25°C, IK = 10 mA) Item Reference voltage Reference voltage temperature deviation Reference voltage temperature coefficient Reference voltage regulation Reference input current Reference current temperature deviation Minimum cathode current Off state cathode current Dynamic impedance Symbol Vref Vref(dev) ∆Vref/∆Ta ∆Vref/∆VKA Iref Iref(dev) Min 2.475 — — — — — Typ 2.500 10 ±30 2.0 2 0.5 Max 2.525 — — 3.7 6 — Unit V mV ppm/°C mV/V µA µA Test Conditions VKA = Vref VKA = Vref, Ta = –20°C to +85°C VKA = Vref, 0°C to 50°C gradient VKA = Vref to 16 V R1 = 10 kΩ, R2 = ∞ R1 = 10 kΩ, R2 = ∞, Ta = –20°C to +85°C VKA = Vref VKA = 16 V, Vref = 0 V VKA = Vref, IK = 1 mA to 50 mA 2 Notes 1 Imin Ioff ZKA — — — 0.4 0.001 0.2 1.0 1.0 0.5 mA µA Ω HA17431PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA (Ta = 25°C, IK = 10 mA) Item Reference voltage Reference voltage temperature deviation Reference voltage regulation Reference input current Reference current temperature deviation Minimum cathode current Off state cathode current Dynamic impedance Symbol Vref Vref(dev) Min 2.440 2.395 — — — — — — — — — Typ 2.495 2.495 11 5 1.4 1 3.8 0.5 0.4 0.001 0.2 Max 2.550 2.595 (30) (17) 3.7 2.2 6 (2.5) 1.0 1.0 0.5 Unit V mV Test Conditions VKA = Vref VKA = Vref Ta = –20°C to +85°C Notes A Normal 1, 3, 4 1, 3, 5 ∆Vref/∆VKA Iref Iref(dev) Imin Ioff ZKA mV/V µA µA mA µA Ω Ta = 0°C to +70°C VKA = Vref to 10 V VKA = 10 V to 40 V R1 = 10 kΩ, R2 = ∞ R1 = 10 kΩ, R2 = ∞, Ta = 0°C to +70°C VKA = Vref VKA = 40 V, Vref = 0 V VKA = Vref, IK = 1 mA to 100 mA 3 2 Notes: 1. Vref(dev) = Vref(max) – Vref(min) Vref(max) Vref(dev) Vref(min) Ta Min Ta Max 2. 3. 4. 5. Imin is given by the cathode current at Vref = Vref(IK=10mA) – 15 mV. The maximum value is a design value (not measured). HA17431PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ HA17431UPA, HA17432UPA REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 4 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA UPAKV Marking Patterns The marking patterns shown below are used on UPAKV products. Note that the product code and mark pattern are different. The pattern is laser-printed. HA17431UPA REF HA17432UPA K 4 (1) B (2) 4 (1) F (2) A Band mark K (3) A A Band mark REF A (4) (5) (3) (4) (5) Notes: 1. Boxes (1) to (5) in the figures show the position of the letters or numerals, and are not actually marked on the package. 2. The letters (1) and (2) show the product specific mark pattern. Product (1) (2) HA17431UPA HA17432UPA 4 4 B F 3. The letter (3) shows the production year code (the last digit of the year). 4. The letter (4) shows the production month code (see table below). Production month Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May. Jun. Jul. Aug. Marked code A B C D E F G H Sep. J Oct. K Nov. L Dec. M 5. The letter (5) shows manufacturing code. REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 5 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Characteristics Curves HA17431VPJ Reference Voltage Temperature Characteristics 2.575 Reference voltage Vref (V) 2.550 2.525 VK=Vref IK=10mA K 2.500 2.475 2.450 2.425 –20 REF A IK V Vref 0 20 40 60 80 85 Ambient temperature Ta (°C) Cathode Current vs. Cathode Voltage Characteristics 1 1.0 VK=Vref Cathode Current vs. Cathode Voltage Characteristics 2 50 VK=Vref Cathode current IK (mA) 0.5 Cathode current IK (mA) 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 Cathode voltage VK (V) 5 1V/DIV –50 –5 0 Cathode voltage VK (V) 5 1V/DIV REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 6 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Dynamic Impedance vs. Frequency Characteristics 100 Dynamic impedance ZKA (Ω) 10 K V VK 1 REF A IK io 0.1 iO = 2 mAP-P ZKA= VK (Ω) iO 0.01 100 1k 10k 100k 1M Frequency f (Hz) Open Loop Voltage Gain, Phase vs. Frequency Characteristics Open loop voltage gain GVOL (dB) 0 50 Phase delay ∅ (degrees) ∅ Vo 15kΩ 10µF –+ REF Vi A 8.2kΩ K 220Ω IK=10mA GVOL –180 0 –360 G = 20log 100 1k 10k 100k 1M 10M Vo (dB) Vi Frequency f (Hz) REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 7 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA HA17431PJ/PAJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Oscillation Stability vs. Load Capacitance between Anode and Cathode 1.5 150 Cathode current IK (mA) 100 Stable region Oscillation region 50 CL VCC 0 0.0001 0.001 0.01 0.1 1.0 2.0 Load capacitance CL (µF) Open Loop Voltage Gain, Phase vs. Frequency Characteristics (1) (With no feedback capacitance) 60 GV IK = 10 mA 50 0 40 30 20 10 0 10 220 Ω 15 kΩ 10 µF Vin 8.2 kΩ Open loop voltage gain GVOL (dB) φ 90 Vout GND 180 100 1k 10 k 100 k Frequency f (Hz) Open Loop Voltage Gain, Phase vs. Frequency Characteristics (2) (When a feedback capacitance (Cf) is provided) IK = 5 mA Gυ Gυ 180 Phase φ (degrees) Open loop voltage gain GVOL (dB) 10 8 Cf = 0.022 µF 5 Cf = 0.22 µF 7.5 kΩ φ 270 0 Cf 200 µF 2k + Vout – 20 V 2.4 kΩ Vin 50 Ω 360 GND –4 10 100 1k 10 k Frequency f (Hz) REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 8 of 17 Phase φ (degrees) HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Reference Voltage Pin Input Current vs. Cathode Voltage Characteristics 2.5 Reference voltage pin Input current Iref (µA) 2.0 1.5 1.0 IK = 10 mA 0.5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Cathode voltage VK (V) Pulse Response 5 Input/Output voltage VI (V) INPUT (P.G) Reference voltage Vref (V) Reference Voltage Temperature Characteristics 2.50 VKA = Vref IK = 10 mA 2.49 2.48 2.47 2.46 2.45 2.44 –20 4 3 OUTPUT (Vout) 2 50 Ω 220 Ω Vout GND 1 P.G f = 100 kHz 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 20 40 60 80 85 Time t (µs) Ambient temperature Ta (°C) REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 9 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Reference Voltage Pin Input Current Temperature Characteristics R1 = 10 kΩ R2 = ∞ IK = 10 mA Reference voltage pin input current Iref (µA) 3 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 Cathode Current vs. Cathode Voltage Characteristics (1) 150 120 Cathode current IK (mA) 100 80 60 40 20 0 –20 –40 –60 –80 –100 –2 –1 0 1 2 3 Cathode voltage VK (V) VK = Vref Ta = 25°C 0 –20 0 20 40 60 80 85 Ambient temperature Ta (°C) Cathode Current vs. Cathode Voltage Characteristics (2) 1.2 Cathode current when off state Ioff (nA) Cathode Current Temperature Characteristics when Off State 2 VKA = 40 V Vref = 0 1.5 1.0 Cathode current IK (mA) VKA = Vref Ta = 25°C 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 Imin 1 0 1 2 3 0.5 –20 0 20 40 60 80 85 Cathode voltage VK (V) Ambient temperature Ta (°C) REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 10 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Application Examples As shown in the figure on the right, this IC operates as an inverting amplifier, with the REF pin as input pin. The openloop voltage gain is given by the reciprocal of “reference voltage deviation by cathode voltage change” in the electrical specifications, and is approximately 50 to 60 dB. The REF pin has a high input impedance, with an input current Iref of 3.8 µA Typ (V version: Iref = 2 µA Typ). The output impedance of the output pin K (cathode) is defined as dynamic impedance ZKA, and ZKA is low (0.2 Ω) over a wide cathode current range. A (anode) is used at the minimum potential, such as ground. K REF – + VCC OUT VEE VZ ≅ 2.5V A Figure 1 Operation Diagram Application Hints No. 1 Application Example Reference voltage generation circuit Vin R REF GND K CL A GND Vout Description This is the simplest reference voltage circuit. The value of the resistance R is set so that cathode current IK ≥ 1 mA. Output is fixed at Vout ≅ 2.5 V. The external capacitor CL (CL ≥ 3.3 µF) is used to prevent oscillation in normal applications. 2 Variable output shunt regulator circuit Vin R Iref Vout This is circuit 1 above with variable output provided. (R + R2) Here, Vout ≅ 2.5 V × 1 R2 Since the reference input current Iref = 3.8 µA Typ (V version: Iref = 2 µA Typ) flows through R1, resistance values are chosen to allow the resultant voltage drop to be ignored. R1 REF K CL A GND R2 GND REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 11 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Application Hints (cont.) No. 3 Application Example Single power supply inverting comparator circuit VCC RL Description This is an inverting type comparator with an input threshold voltage of approximately 2.5 V. Rin is the REF pin protection resistance, with a value of several kΩ to several tens of kΩ. RL is the load resistance, selected so that the cathode current IK ≥ 1 mA when Vout is low. Condition Vin C1 Less then 2.5 V C2 2.5 V or more Vout IC VCC (VOH) OFF Approx. 2 V (VOL) ON Rin Vin K Vout REF A GND GND 4 AC amplifier circuit VCC Cf R1 Vout Vin Cin R3 REF R2 GND R1 Gain G = (DC gain) R2 // R3 Cutoff frequency fc = 1 2π Cf (R1 // R2 // R3) K A RL This is an AC amplifier with voltage gain G = –R1 / (R2//R3). The input is cut by capacitance Cin, so that the REF pin is driven by the AC input signal, centered on 2.5 VDC. R2 also functions as a resistance that determines the DC cathode potential when there is no input, but if the input level is low and there is no risk of Vout clipping to VCC, this can be omitted. To change the frequency characteristic, Cf should be connected as indicated by the dotted line. 5 Switching power supply error amplification circuit + R4 + – LED R3 V R1 (Note) Secondary side GND Cf R2 This circuit performs control on the secondary side of a transformer, and is often used with a switching power supply that employs a photocoupler for offlining. The output voltage (between V+ and V–) is given by the following formula: (R + R2) Vout ≅ 2.5 V × 1 R2 In this circuit, the gain with respect to the Vout error is as follows: R2 G= × HA17431 open × photocoupler total gain (R1 + R2) loop gain As stated earlier, the HA17431 open-loop gain is 50 to 60 dB. – V Note: LED : Light emitting diode in photocoupler R3 : Bypass resistor to feed IK(>Imin) when LED current vanishes R4 : LED protection resistance REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 12 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Application Hints (cont.) No. 6 Application Example Constant voltage regulator circuit VCC R1 Q Vout R2 Cf GND R3 GND Description This is a 3-pin regulator with a discrete configuration, in which the output voltage (R + R3) Vout = 2.5 V × 2 R3 R1 is a bias resistance for supplying the HA17431 cathode current and the output transistor Q base current. 7 Discharge type constant current circuit VCC R Q This circuit supplies a constant current of 2.5 V IL ≅ [A] into the load. Caution is required RS since the HA17431 cathode current is also superimposed on IL. The requirement in this circuit is that the cathode current must be greater than Imin = 1 mA. The IL setting therefore must be on the order of several mA or more. 2.5 V + Load RS IL GND – 8 Induction type constant current circuit VCC + Load R IL – Q In this circuit, the load is connected on the collector side of transistor Q in circuit 7 above. In this case, the load floats from GND, but the HA17431 cathode current is not superimposed on IL, so that IL can be kept small (1 mA or less is possible). The constant current value is the same as for circuit 7 above: 2.5 V IL ≅ [A] RS 2.5 V GND RS REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 13 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Design Guide for AC-DC SMPS (Switching Mode Power Supply) 1. Use of Shunt Regulator in Transformer Secondary Side Control This example is applicable to both forward transformers and flyback transformers. A shunt regulator is used on the secondary side as an error amplifier, and feedback to the primary side is provided via a photocoupler. Transformer R1 PWM IC HA17384 HA17385 SBD IF IB VF (+) Output V0 (–) R2 R3 Phototransistor Photocoupler Light emitting diode HA17431 VK C1 K A Vref R5 REF R4 GND Figure 2 Typical Shunt Regulator/Error Amplifier 2. Determination of External Constants for the Shunt Regulator A. DC characteristic determination In figure 2, R1 and R2 are protection resistor for the light emitting diode in the photocoupler, and R2 is a bypass resistor to feed IK minimum, and these are determined as shown below. The photocoupler specification should be obtained separately from the manufacturer. Using the parameters in figure 2, the following formulas are obtained: R1 = V V0 – VF – VK , R2 = F IF + IB IB VK is the HA17431 operating voltage, and is set at around 3 V, taking into account a margin for fluctuation. R2 is the current shunt resistance for the light emitting diode, in which a bias current IB of around 1/5 IF flows. Next, the output voltage can be determined by R3 and R4, and the following formula is obtained: V0 = R3 + R 4 × Vref, Vref = 2.5 V Typ R4 The absolute values of R3 and R4 are determined by the HA17431 reference input current Iref and the AC characteristics described in the next section. The Iref value is around 3.8 µA Typ. (V version: 2 µA Typ) B. AC characteristic determination This refers to the determination of the gain frequency characteristic of the shunt regulator as an error amplifier. Taking the configuration in figure 2, the error amplifier characteristic is as shown in figure 3. G1 Gain G (dB) G2 When R5 ≠ 0 When R5 = 0 fOSC Frequency f (Hz) f1 fAC f2 * fOSC : PWM switching frequency Figure 3 HA17431 Error Amplification Characteristic REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 14 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA In Figure 3, the following formulas are obtained: Gain G1 = G0 ≈ 50 dB to 60 dB (determined by shunt regulator) G2 = R5 R3 Corner frequencies f1 = 1/(2π C1 G0 R3) f2 = 1/(2π C1 R5) G0 is the shunt regulator open-loop gain; this is given by the reciprocal of the reference voltage fluctuation ∆Vref/∆VKA, and is approximately 50 dB. 3. Practical Example Consider the example of a photocoupler, with an internal light emitting diode VF = 1.05 V and IF = 2.5 mA, power supply output voltage V2 = 5 V, and bias resistance R2 current of approximately 1/5 IF at 0.5 mA. If the shunt regulator VK = 3 V, the following values are found. R1 = R2 = 5V – 1.05V – 3V = 316(Ω) (330Ω from E24 series) 2.5mA + 0.5mA 1.05V = 2.1(kΩ) (2.2kΩ from E24 series) 0.5mA Next, assume that R3 = R4 = 10 kΩ. This gives a 5 V output. If R5 = 3.3 kΩ and C1 = 0.022 µF, the following values are found. G2 = 3.3 kΩ / 10 kΩ = 0.33 times (–10 dB) f1 = 1 / (2 × π × 0.022 µF × 316 × 10 kΩ) = 2.3 (Hz) f2 = 1 / (2 × π × 0.022 µF × 3.3 kΩ) = 2.2 (kHz) REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 15 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Package Dimensions Package Name UPAK JEITA Package Code SC-62 RENESAS Code PLZZ0004CA-A Previous Code UPAK / UPAKV MASS[Typ.] 0.050g Unit: mm 4.5 ± 0.1 1.5 1.5 3.0 JEITA Package Code P-SOP8-4.4x4.85-1.27 RENESAS Code PRSP0008DE-B Previous Code FP-8DGV 0.8 Min 0.44 Max MASS[Typ.] 0.1g *1 D (0.4) 0.53 Max 0.48 Max (2.5) φ1 2.5 ± 0.1 4.25 Max 0.4 1.8 Max 1.5 ± 0.1 0.44 Max (1.5) F (0.2) 8 5 NOTE) 1. DIMENSIONS"*1 (Nom)"AND"*2" DO NOT INCLUDE MOLD FLASH. 2. DIMENSION"*3"DOES NOT INCLUDE TRIM OFFSET. bp HE *2 E Index mark Terminal cross section ( Ni/Pd/Au plating ) 1 Z e c 4 *3 Reference Symbol Dimension in Millimeters bp x M L1 θ A1 L y Detail F D E A2 A1 A bp b1 c c1 θ HE e x y Z L L1 Min Nom Max 4.85 5.25 4.4 0.00 0.35 0.1 0.4 0.20 2.03 0.45 A 0.15 0.20 0.25 8° 6.5 6.75 1.27 0.12 0.15 0.75 0.42 0.60 0.85 1.05 0° 6.35 REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 16 of 17 HA17431VPJ/PJ/PAJ/FPJ/FPAJ/PNAJ/UPA, HA17432UPA Package Name TO-92(1) JEITA Package Code SC-43A RENESAS Code PRSS0003DA-A Previous Code TO-92(1) / TO-92(1)V MASS[Typ.] 0.25g Unit: mm 4.8 ± 0.3 3.8 ± 0.3 2.3 Max 0.55 Max 0.7 0.60 Max 12.7 Min 5.0 ± 0.2 0.5 Max 1.27 2.54 Package Name TO-92 Mod JEITA Package Code SC-51 RENESAS Code PRSS0003DC-A Previous Code TO-92 Mod / TO-92 ModV MASS[Typ.] 0.35g Unit: mm 4.8 ± 0.4 3.8 ± 0.4 0.65 ± 0.1 0.75 Max 0.55 Max 0.60 Max 2.3 Max 0.7 10.1 Min 8.0 ± 0.5 0.5 Max 1.27 2.54 REJ03D0892-0100 Rev.1.00 Apr 03, 2007 Page 17 of 17 Sales Strategic Planning Div. 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