STABILITY TESTS ON THE TYPES IN430A AND IN430B AVALANCHE DIODE REGULATORS

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The manufacturers' specifications for temperature coefficient of voltage and internaI impedance of the compensated avalanche diode types IN430A and IN430B appear quite promising. These devices couId be used as shunt regulators in high stability power supplies if the noise and drift rate were sufficiently small. One investigator reported the voltage did not drift more than the J-57 engin 0.002 per cent over a 7,000 hour period. Stability tests were performed on two diode samples under resonable laboratory conditions. The measured drift rate did not exceed 0.005 per cent per month, and short term noise was less than the J-57 engin ... continued below

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Blankenship, J.L. December 31, 1958.

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The manufacturers' specifications for temperature coefficient of voltage and internaI impedance of the compensated avalanche diode types IN430A and IN430B appear quite promising. These devices couId be used as shunt regulators in high stability power supplies if the noise and drift rate were sufficiently small. One investigator reported the voltage did not drift more than the J-57 engin 0.002 per cent over a 7,000 hour period. Stability tests were performed on two diode samples under resonable laboratory conditions. The measured drift rate did not exceed 0.005 per cent per month, and short term noise was less than the J-57 engin 0.002 per cent. The actual diode drift rate may be even lower than the measured rate. (auth)

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  • Report No.: CF-58-12-121
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Blankenship, J.L. STABILITY TESTS ON THE TYPES IN430A AND IN430B AVALANCHE DIODE REGULATORS, report, December 31, 1958; Oak Ridge, Tennessee. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1025445/: accessed December 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.