Dean Technology, Inc. today announced the newest edition to its CKE suppression products, the TPM series. These thermally protected MOV suppressors have a high surge current capability, meet UL 1449 3rd edition, and provide floating remote signaling contacts for fault indication. Read more...More Product Announcements from Dean Technology
Mersen, formerly Ferraz Shawmut, recently published a technical white paper titled “Fuses Versus Circuit Breakers for Low Voltage Applications.”
Fuses and circuit breakers both provide protection for electrical systems, and this paper details the differences between fuses and circuit breakers rated 600V and less. Read more...More Product Announcements from Mersen
CITEL introduces the newly redesigned P8AX Series coaxial surge protectors that meets the latest UL497e standard for in-line coaxial antenna protectors. The P8AX protect antennas, microwaves, broadband applications, two-way radios, cellular equipment and GPS equipment against lightning surges and electrical transients. Read more...More Product Announcements from CITEL SURGE PROTECTION
The new VAL-MS-T1/T2 lightning arresters from Phoenix Contact offer a higher level of surge protection in an affordable package. Read more...More Product Announcements from PHOENIX CONTACT USA
Used as semiconductor in rectifiers and suppressors for many years, selenium occurs naturally on the earth. Its popularity as a rectifier is fading in favor of its silicon equivalent. However, demand for selenium suppressors continues.
Depositing the elements on a metal substrate's surface produces selenium cells. Read more...More Product Announcements from Dean Technology
Minimize Arc-Flash Hazards and Potentially Lower PPEThis workbook from Littelfuse guides you through a preliminary calculation of the reduction of incident energy by applying the Littelfuse PGR-8800 Arc-Flash Relay. It provides a typical scenario in three-phase systems, per IEEE 1584calculations. Download your copy to quantify the impact on your system today! Read more...More Product Announcements from Littelfuse, Inc.