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RoHS CS19-1 CS19-2 CS19-3
CS19-4 CS19-5 CS19-6 CS19-7
Silicon Diode with Glass Passivation
in a Epoxy Encapsulated Ceramic Package

Product Environmental Data Sheet
Note: Actual part maydiffer in shape and sizefrom depicted image.
(For visual purpose only) CS19-1 / CS19-2 / CS19-3 / CS19-4 / CS19-5 / CS19-6 / CS19-7
Semiconductor Silicon Chip – Glass Passivated
Lead Glass – Acceptable per RoHS Annex 7c-1 (Lead in Glass) CS19-1 / CS19-2 / CS19-3 / CS19-4 / CS19-5 / CS19-6 / CS19-7
Lid - Epoxy
CS19-1 / CS19-2 / CS19-3 / CS19-4 / CS19-5 / CS19-6 / CS19-7
Package - Ceramic
Document No. DS 15184 Rev.B, ECN 13019 Revision Date: 7/9/2013 RoHS CS19-1 CS19-2 CS19-3
CS19-4 CS19-5 CS19-6 CS19-7
CS19-1 / CS19-2 / CS19-3 / CS19-4 / CS19-5 / CS19-6 / CS19-7
Gold Wire
CS19-1 / CS19-2 / CS19-3 / CS19-4 / CS19-5 / CS19-6 / CS19-7
Die Attach Preform
CS19-1 / CS19-2 / CS19-3 / CS19-4 / CS19-5 / CS19-6 / CS19-7
Marking Ink
Cyclohexane – 1, 2 – dicarboxylic anhydride If the total % is less than 100% , the balance is not considered hazardous per OSHA Hazard CommunicationStandard ( 29 CFR 1910.1200) TOTAL (CS19-1)
TOTAL (CS19-2)
TOTAL (CS19-3)
TOTAL (CS19-4)
TOTAL (CS19-5)
TOTAL (CS19-6)
TOTAL (CS19-7)
603-641-3800 • 888-641-SEMI (7364) • [email protected] • www.aeroflex.com/metelics RoHS CS19-1 CS19-2 CS19-3
CS19-4 CS19-5 CS19-6 CS19-7
These parts are RoHS Compliant
The products designed by Aeroflex / Metelics as Lead (Pb) – free conform to the requirements for all substancesidentified in the Europeans Unions’ Restrictions on use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and ElectronicEquipment (RoHS) Directive 2002/95/EC including Lead. Maximum limit does not apply to applicationscovered by the RoHS exemption. Note: Per European Directive RoHS 202/95/EC Annex 7c-1 the use of lead inglass or ceramic other than dielectric ceramic in capacitors (piezoelectronic devices) or in a glass or ceramicmatrix compound are exempt. All values can vary by +/- 20%. The information presented in this document isbelieved to be accurate, reliable and is a result of review of numerous sources including vendor submitteddatasheets. Data is the most current available to Metelics at the time of preparation and is issued as a matterof reference only. No warranty as to accuracy or completeness is expressed or implied. The information onthis document is subject to change without notice. All percentages are calculated from mass data declared.
When CAS is unavailable, vendor supplied comments such as “’Proprietary” or “Trade Secret” will bedocumented.
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