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What’s the relationship between the current flowing through the Zener Datashewt I simulated the following for various values of R, and the voltage drops quite a bit with small currents. The 1N has a Vz of 4. The only information datashewt to it on the datasheet I could find was the following, however I’m not sure what curve I’m meant to be looking at:.
This suggests it is the righter curve. However, then I simulated the circuit at 0. This gives a voltage of 2.
1N750 4.7V 400mW Zener Diodes (Pack of 5)
Which is it if either? The zener voltage rating is right at the top edge of your graph the 20mA point. If you look on page 2 of the data sheeet it tells you the test current. So, looking at your graph and ignoring the black line at the very left because they don’t seem to be specifying a zener voltage at that rating!
Zener diodes are notoriously slack in their operating knee at low voltage ratings and this improves a lot when the voltage rises above 5V.
However, there is a discrepancy when testing at 0.
It looks like 0. Stick to the datasneet sheet for most things but be prepared to do real tests on a batch if operating points significantly below test currents are required.
It’s nice if the simulator agrees but at this level of detail it doesn’t surprise or worry me. Adding more basic information to what Andy Aka already said: If the reverse current is too low, they are either cut-off or just barely entering breakdown i.
You can draw a plot of the reverse voltage vs. You can see the “knee” starting about at 1mA and ending at about 2mA.
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Relationship between Zener voltage and current? The only information related to it on the datasheet I could find was the following, however I’m not sure what curve I’m meant to be looking at: So then, I simulated the circuit with a current source instead of R1: Andy aka k 10 You get the following results: Using linear scale you will get this: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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