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475E94A Radwell Ross Not Provided BLOCKING DIODE ASSY
IXBOD1-42R Perfect Parts Corporation IXYS CORP Breakover Diode 4200 V, RVS BLOCKING BOD
IXBOD1-12RD Perfect Parts Corporation IXYS CORP Breakover Diode 1200 V, RVS BLOCKING BOD
IXBOD1-10 Perfect Parts Corporation IXYS CORP Breakover Diode 1000 V, RVS BLOCKING BOD
CDL4U(E)SD/24 Altech Corp. Altech Corporation Teminal Blocks Suppressor Diode Block
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  • Reverse Battery Protection Using PPTC Devices
    (rectifying) diode (Fig 1). The blocking diode serves as a simple solution by prohibiting current from flowing in the reverse direction. The fundamental disadvantage of using a series blocking diode is the inherent voltage loss (0.7 - 1.0V), resulting in a lower available voltage to operate
  • Using Low Resistance MOSFETs as Load Switches
    a resistor and therefore Ohms law applies; when turned off, the MOSFET appears as a diode and as such blocks current in one direction with a very high resistance (if reverse protection is required, an additional MOSFET or blocking diode is required). P-channel MOSFETs are normally used
  • Littelfuse Varistors - Basic Properties, Terminology and Theory (.pdf)
    characteristics. These boundaries are responsible for blocking conduction at low voltages and are the source of the nonlinear electrical conduction at higher voltages.
  • Solid-state relays
    trigger-current to actuate the power device. Optical coupling is the most widely used type because the components are small and inexpensive. Moreover, on/off switching times are faster, and the blocking voltages also typically far exceed those possible with transformer-coupled units. The majority of SSRs can

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