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KBPC35005 series datasheets. Manufacturer: SSE.

KBPC35005Single phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 50 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35 package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC35005WSingle phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 50 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35W package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3501Single phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 100 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35 package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3501WSingle phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 100 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35W package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3502Single phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 200 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35 package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3502WSingle phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 200 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35W package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3504Single phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 400 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35 package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3504WSingle phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 400 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35W package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3506Single phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 600 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35 package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3506WSingle phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 600 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35W package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3508Single phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 800 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35 package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3508WSingle phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 800 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35W package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3510Single phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 1000 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35 package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
KBPC3510WSingle phase silicon bridge rectifier. Max repetitive peak reverse voltage 1000 V. Max average forward rectified current 35 A. in 4-pin KBPC35W package. Operational temperature range from -55°C to 150°C.Datasheet*)
There are other manufacturers for this components. For more information please check
KBPC35005 (CALLM)
KBPC35005 (CNEL)
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KBPC35005 (DCCOM)
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KBPC35005 (GODAR)
KBPC35005 (HONEY)
KBPC35005 (LITON)
KBPC35005 (Semtech Corp.)
KBPC35005 (Wing Shing Electronic Co.)
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