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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
ESD PROTECTION DIODE ASAP Semiconductor VISHAY Not Provided 3000
ESD6100 Digi-Key ON Semiconductor Circuit Protection TVS DIODE 3VWM 9.8VC 4WLCSP
ESD6116 Digi-Key ON Semiconductor Circuit Protection TVS DIODE 20VC 4WLCSP
ESD6110 Digi-Key ON Semiconductor Circuit Protection TVS DIODE 4WLCSP
ESD8008MUTAG Newark / element14 ON SEMICONDUCTOR Not Provided ON SEMICONDUCTOR - ESD8008MUTAG - DIODE; ESD PROTECTION; 3.3V; UDFN-14
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  • System-Level ESD/EMI Protection Guide
    TI's System-Level ESD Protection Guide provides an overview of several types of our latest ESD protection devices for high-speed data rates and for diode array chips for ease of design. Application and end equipment devices are also listed.
  • Selecting an ESD Suppressor (.pdf)
    protection. This information can then be used to compare the circuit conditions to the ESD suppressor characteristics to find the best "match". To help with the "matching" process, a suppressor characteristic table is included below, and a selection flowchart can be found on the next page.
  • IEC 1000-4-2 ESD Immunity and Transient Current Capability for the SP72X Series Protection Arrays (.pdf)
    The SP720, SP721, SP723, and SP724 are protection ICs with an array of SCR/Diode bipolar structures for ESD and over-voltage protection of sensitive input circuits. They have 2 protection SCR/Diode device structures per input. The SP720 is supplied in 16 lead DIP and SOIC packages and has a total
  • Automotive Circuit Protection using TPSMA6L TVS Diodes
    The designers of automotive electronics face many technical. challenges during the system design process, including. designing methods of protection against a variety of electrical. hazards. The three major sources of electrical hazards in. these systems are electrostatic discharge (ESD), lightning
  • Capitance and Signal Integrity (.pdf)
    the common function of providing ESD protection to electronic devices (cell phones, computers, PDA's, flat panel displays, etc.). However, they have different electrical and physical characteristics which will help to define the specific circuit conditions (applications) for which they are the most
  • LED s Shine On
    8226; LEDs now go into critical and safety applications. * Power surges and ESD events can destroy LEDs. * Open-LED protectors bypass power around defective LEDs. The light-emitting-diode (LED) lighting market is growing quickly, thanks in part to aggressive global government mandates. LEDs now go

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