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500pcs FR207 Rectifier Diode 2A 1000V DO-15 - RS907

500pcs FR207 Rectifier Diode 2A 1000V DO-15 - RS907


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  • Maximum repetitive reverse voltage Vrrm of 1kV
  • Non repetitive forward surge current IFSM of 60A
  • Forward current If(AV) of 2A
  • Maximum forward voltage VF of 1.2V at 1A
  • Operating junction temperature range from -65°C to 150°C
  • Maximum reverse recovery time of 500ns

A diode is a two-terminal component in electronics with a unidirectional flow of current. It offers low resistance in the direction of current flow and offers high resistance in the opposite direction. Diodes are mostly used to prevent damage to components, especially due to electromotive force in circuits which are usually polarized.


  • The FR207 from Multicomp is an axial leaded fast recovery power diode in DO-15 package.
  • This device features high current capability, low forward voltage, low power loss, high reliability and high surge current capability.


  • Power Management,
  • Industrial,
  • Portable Devices,
  • Consumer Electronics


Diode circuit symbol, with anode/cathode labeled

The diode circuit symbol, with the anode and cathode, marked.

Current through a diode can only flow from the anode to the cathode, which would explain why it’s important for a diode to be connected in the correct direction. Physically, every diode should have some sort of indication for either the anode or cathode pin. Usually, the diode will have a line near the cathode pin, which matches the vertical line in the diode circuit symbol.

Below are a few examples of diodes. The top diode, a 1N4001 rectifier, has a grey ring near the cathode. Below that, a 1N4148 signal diode uses a black ring to mark the cathode. At the bottom are a couple surface mount diodes, each of which use a line to mark which pin is the cathode.

Some real diodes and their cathode markings