Small signal zener diodes from Aeroflex / Metelics qualified to DSCC MIL-PRF-19500N

LAWRENCE, Mass., 1 Nov. 2009. Military-grade electronic diode specialist Aeroflex / Metelics in Lawrence, Mass., (formerly Hi-Rel Components) has qualified its small signal zener diodes to the MIL-PRF-19500N standard administered by the U.S. Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) in Columbus, Ohio.

Nov 1st, 2009

LAWRENCE, Mass., 1 Nov. 2009.Military diode specialist Aeroflex / Metelics in Lawrence, Mass., (formerly Hi-Rel Components) has qualified its small signal zener diodes to the MIL-PRF-19500N standard administered by the U.S. Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) in Columbus, Ohio.

Qualification levels for all parts include JAN, JANTX and JANTXV. The company's manufacturer designation is listed on the DSCC Qualified Manufacturing List (QML) as CHRC.

"We continue to add to our DSCC qualified product portfolio with the addition of the small signal zener diode qualifications, along with our previously released hard glass switching diodes," says Dr. Francis Kwan, president and general manager of Aeroflex / Metelics.

"Looking ahead, we have an aggressive schedule for additional qualification of our small signal switching diodes, temperature compensated zeners, current regulators, Schottky diodes, as well as small signal and medium and high power transistor products," Kwan says.

Aeroflex / Metelics zener diodes have earned manufacturer's certification with the following DSCC MIL-PRF-19500N slash sheets:

1N957B - 1N986B MIL-PRF-19500/117
1N746A - 1N759A MIL-PRF-19500/127
1N4370A - 1N4372A MIL-PRF-19500/127
1N4099 - 1N4135 MIL-PRF- 19500/435
1N4614-1 - 1N4627-1 MIL-PRF- 19500/435
1N5518B - 1N5546B MIL-PRF- 19500/437

For more information contact Aeroflex / Metelics online at www.aeroflex.com/metelics.

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