The SWJD are diode arrays designed to provide multiple channels of ESD protection for electronic components or sub-systems. Each channel consists of a single diode or pairs of diodes which steers the ESD current pulse either to the positive (VP) or negative (VN) supply. The SWJDN protects against ESD pulses up to 15 kV Human Body Model, and 8kV contact discharge per International Standard IEC 61000-4-2. These devices are particularly well-suited for a wide range of portable electronics (e.g. cellular phones, PDAs, notebook computers) because of its small package footprint, high ESD protection level and low loading capacitance. It is also suitable for protecting video output lines and I/O ports. Semiconwell manufactures passive network components, integrated active and passive devices, resistor networks, capacitor networks, schottky
and zener diode networks, and npn, pnp transistors arrays that perform the following functions: series and parallel linear and nonlinear GTL, AC, Diode, Thevenin termination networks, precision thin film resistor capacitor networks (RC networks), isolated, bussed resistor networks including zero ohms jumper arrays, voltage divider networks, resistor networks for audio applications, EMI, RFI and ESD zener clamped diodes and transient voltage suppressors networks, EMI/RFI filter networks and clock terminations. Semiconwell's proprietary semiconductor technology, advanced thin films processes, in house assembly and packaging technologies allow manufacturing of flip chip CSP chip scale and MLF molded lead frame surface mount integrated passive networks that include unprecedented large capacitors >1microfarad (1µF) and giga ohms resistors (GW).