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  • M572: Installation and Application Information for Dual Directional Coupler with Lightning
    This application note provides information on the function, installation provisions, operation, specifications, and some general theory regarding M/A-COM's Dual Directional Coupler with Lightning Protection Circuit, M/A-COM Part Number CH20-0039-30. This is intended for use by those individuals
  • 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
  • Alltec Protection Pyramid
    transients traveling on incoming electric, rf, telephone, coax, and data lines, as well as other internal equipment, and from direct surges, secondary, and electromagnetic effects. Finally, a well-designed structural lightning protection system will be installed. TerraStat (R), TerraStreamer (R
  • An Overview of Electromagnetic and Lightning Induced Voltage Transients (.pdf)
    [1, 2], telecommunications equipment [3] and automotive electrical systems [4]. Effective transient overvoltage protection from a clamping device requires that the impulse energy be dissipated in the suppressor and the voltage held low enough to ensure the survival of circuit components
  • Surge Protection Devices and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (.pdf)
    IEEE Standard 1100-2006 (Emerald Book), Section 8.6.5 (p. 302) "Lightning and other transient voltage and current-producing phenomena are harmful to most UPS equipment and to its service electronic load equipment... Therefore, it is recommended practice that both the input circuit to the UPS
  • Gas Discharge Tubes Help Protect Sensitive Telecom and Industrial Equipment
    TE Circuit Protection GDTs (Gas Discharge Tubes) are commonly used to help protect sensitive telecom equipment such as power lines, communication lines, signal lines and. data transmission lines from damage caused by transient surge voltages that typically result from lightning strikes
  • Gas Discharge Tube Overview
    different networks. A Gas Discharge Tube or GDT can be used as a standalone component or combined with other components to make a multistage protection circuit - the gas tube acts as the high energy handling component.
  • Power supplies for the next generation of CompactPCI systems
    out voltage fluctuations and interference. Also important for the. system is an output current limiter for safety purposes. This prevents, for example, a. damagingly high current flow in the event of a short circuit on a board. Other technical. requirements for PSUs are overvoltage protection

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