So I'm using the LMR16006 DC/DC converter which is suggesting to place a Schottky diode from the SW pin to ground with a voltage rating 25% higher than my input voltage, which is 50V. Hence, the voltage rating should be at least 62.5V. Datasheet: https://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/lmr16006.pdf
How much would it matter if I would take, for instance, a 60V diode?
Then, I'm struggling with the current rating. For instance, I'm looking at components at DigiKey at this moment and I've made a list like this: https://www.digikey.nl/products/en/discrete-semiconductor-products/diodes-rectifiers-single/280?k=schottky+diod&k=&pkeyword=schottky+diod&sv=0&pv914=119750&pv914=167594&sf=0&FV=-8%7C280%2Cmu70V%7C2071&quantity=&ColumnSort=0&page=1&stock=1&cad=1&pageSize=25
The datasheet tells me: ", the current rating for the diode should be equal or greater to the maximum output current for best reliability in most applications". Does this comply with the "Current - Average Rectified (Io)" in the list I obtained above? What does a higher or lower current mean in the application?
I assume an output current of 700mA in my system.
As I'm learning, I truly like some explanations on value choices