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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)
    This Note is an overview of the sources and nature of various transient overvoltages, and the problems that may result. Transients in electrical circuits result from the sudden release of previously stored energy. This energy can be stored within the circuit and released by a voluntary
  • 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
  • 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
  • A New Method of Protecting Against EMI and EMP in Aircraft Applications
    and EMP protection through mounting chip capacitors and TVS devices to flex circuits within a connector â as opposed to the circuit board â to protect against lightning induced transients, voltage surges, and electromagnetic interference and ESD pulses, all while conforming to the cost and size
  • Keeping coax safe
    , it presents a high-impedance circuit to a signal within the frequency range specified by the protector. Any transient current on the center conductor is immediately bled to ground through the stub. Any outdoor wire suffers the risk of lightning damage. Protectors reduce that risk by suppressing transient

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