VDRM is the repetitive peak off-state voltage rating of the device (also known as stand-off voltage) and is the continuous peak combination of AC and DC voltage that may be applied to the SIDACtor device in its off-state condition.
IDRM is the maximum value of leakage current that results from the application of VDRM.
Switching voltage (VS) is the maximum voltage that subsequent components may be subjected to during a fast-rising (100 V / µs) overvoltage condition.
Maximum current required to switch to on state
On-state voltage (VT) is the maximum voltage across the device during full conduction
Maximum rated continuous on-state current
Holding current (IH) is the minimum current required to maintain the device in the on state.
capacitance measured in off state @ 1 MHz
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