TLP measurement of ESD Protection Devices

What we can do

In the past, ESD protection devices could only the result of PASS or FAIL, but could not provide  electrical characteristics  for more effective design change. TLP uses pulse to provide I-V characteristics curve of the ESD protection circuits in addition to finding out the flaws of circuit design quickly to reduce the time and cost of development.

What is TLP?

Transmission Line Pulse (TLP) is employed to measure and verify electrical characteristics of ESD protection devices.
The principle is to apply test pulses to a Device under Test (DUT) in two steps. Step 1: Charge the transmission line in the circuit; Step 2: The transmission line discharges to DUT. This test process begins with low voltage pulses and increments these until the DUT is failed.

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equipment capacity

  • Max. voltage for sample IV curve measurement: 200 V; Max. Pulse for TLP device: 2500 V; Max. I: 50A

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Full experimental data interpretation


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