This datasheet contains the design specifications for This datasheet contains preliminary data, and The datasheet is printed for reference information only. 1N 1N and 1N are Preferred Devices. Axial Lead Standard. Recovery Rectifiers. This data sheet provides information on subminiature size, axial. Symbol 1N 1N 1N 1N 1N 1N 1N . packaging details, visit our website at appdf.
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The 1N diode is considered a general purpose rectifier. It’s in a family along which includes the 1N through 1N diodes. You should look at the datasheet for these diodes to determine if you can substitute them safely.
You will have to make the determination of what constitutes an acceptable replacement because xatasheet do not know the characteristics of your device.
1N Diode: Pinout, Details, Equivalents, Datasheet
Hardly matters if you replace the to series. It depends upon the reverse voltage and forward current. There will be no change in the circuit if you replace the with the better one.
It would protect your circuit at xatasheet voltage otherwise.
1N Diode | 1N Datasheet
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