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DV164035 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided high-speed processors running at maximum speeds, allowing embedded engineers to debug applications on their own hardware in real time. Ruggedized Probe Interface - Protection circuitries are added to the probe drivers to guard the probe kit from power surges from the target. Vdd and Vpp voltage...
2859026 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Type 2 surge protection device - 2859026 10 surge arresters consisting of base element with remote indicator contact and ground connector with high-capacity varistor, for mounting on NS 35/7.5, nominal voltage: 230 V AC, 1-channel
2859013 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Type 2 surge protection device - 2859013 10 surge arresters consisting of base element and ground connector with high-capacity varistor, for mounting on NS 35/7.5, nominal voltage: 230 V AC, 1-channel.
2839130 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Type 2 surge protection device - VAL-MS 230/FM - 2839130 Surge voltage arrester consisting of base element with remote indicator contact and ground connector with high-capacity varistor, for mounting on NS 35/7.5, nominal voltage: 230 V AC, 1-channel

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  • Combing GDTs and MOVs for Surge Protection of AC Power Lines (.pdf)
    , etc. -- but regardless of the name, an understanding of their characteristics and the operation of the various protection devices available is necessary to design an effective protection circuit.This Application Note will illustrate how to design high performance, cost-effective surge protection
  • NexTek Coaxial Surge Arrestor Mounting and Grounding Guide
    Coaxial Surge Protectors provide reliable protection from high voltage surged in coaxial lines. These protectors provide long life protection and are critical component for high reliability and uptime. communication systems. The source of surges usually includes lightning, power line faults
  • Machine Control Power Quality and Surge Protection
    for up to 40 percent of power-related problems, including costly damage and downtime. In addition, if not adequately suppressed, surges (a high voltage spike or impulse of very short duration) can account for another 40 percent. Surges can be produced by lightning and utility companies switching
  • Silicon is Silicon is Silicon...Not!
    current ratings. For example, a 5000 watt SASD rated at 200 volts may have a 10x1000(s surge current rating of only 16 amps whereas a SASD rated at 13 volts has a 230 amp rating. Therefore, several 13 volt SASDs would be used in series to get the specific MCOV and VPL while maintaining high surge
  • Using a Best Battery Selector for Highly Reliable Engine Starting Applications
    A properly engineered Best Battery Selector ("BBS") consists of two large diodes, specialized heat sinks, voltage surge protection and high current terminals assembled and mounted in a metal housing. Each diode allows starter motor cranking current to flow in the forward direction, but blocks
  • When lightning strikes wind turbines
    for lightning strikes. Operators of wind-turbine installations (WTIs) of course want to minimize downtime and repairs. So well-designed surge protection is a necessity for this equipment. WTIs have a lot of technology crammed into a small space. A transformer station inside the tower adapts the generator
  • Medical Device Link .
    The surge in the incidence of diabetes and heart disease has produced a growing need for accurate and portable home patient-monitoring devices, including better, more-convenient portable devices for monitoring cholesterol, blood glucose levels, and blood pressure. Meanwhile, developing technology

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