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Only if that is absorbed by something will it be converted to and that at the point of absorption not at the source. Watts that “go through” the diode won’t affect it as they’ll get to the load.
It shows permissible power dissipation as a function of ambient temperature.
FR Datasheet(PDF) – Diodes Incorporated
You appear to have written two sentences but separated them by a comma so it’s not clear what you are saying. Yes, in this case all power dissipated will be in the form of heat.
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Sign up using Email and Password. Olin Lathrop k 30 Autistic 7, 2 15 According to this chart cr107 a diode’s power dissipation over temperature, the power dissipation would decrease as temperature goes up. Probably not the best way.
Remember that temperature of the device rises until the power lost to cooling equals the electrical power input. Watts dissipated at the diode are the problem.
I didn’t use the expression, “The power to be dissipated” so I don’t understand why you are quoting it back to me. If it’s hot all datwsheet, less power will get something to a particular temperature than when it’s cold all around. No, it shows how much power the diode by itself can dissipate at different temperatures. The latter parameter covers the thermal resistance of the chip to case, case to heatsink if provided ddatasheet heatsink to air or coolant.
But wouldn’t it be the exact opposite and even more power be dissipated as heat, when the temperature goes up? Post as a guest Name.