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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
AL-LC-30 Allied Electronics, Inc. L-COM Not Provided Weatherproof 3-Stage Load Cell/RTD Lightning Surge Protector
AL-FFFF-9 Newark / element14 L-COM Not Provided L-COM - AL-FFFF-9 - LIGHTNING SURGE PROTECTOR; 5KA
AL-TMTFB-9 Newark / element14 L-COM Not Provided L-COM - AL-TMTFB-9 - LIGHTNING SURGE PROTECTOR; 5KA
859902 ASAP Semiconductor WILSON ELECTRONICS Not Provided Lightning Surge Protector (859902)

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  • Lightning and Surge Protectors Tutorial
    Lightning and surge protectors are devices whose purpose is to eliminate transients (spikes) through a conductor (typically a cable) which are induced by nearby lightning activity. They are used to prevent damage to valuable electronic equipment from these high-voltage surges and spikes.
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  • 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
  • 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
  • Secondary Telecom Protection (.pdf)
    premature failure of equipment exposed to environmental hazards (Figure 3.53). Secondary protectors should be able to withstand overvoltages that can exceed 800 V and surge currents up to 100 A. Figure 3.54 illustrates a SIDACtor device selected because the associated peak pulse current (IPP) is sufficient
  • High Speed Transmission Equipment (.pdf)
    V and surge currents up to 500 A. In Figure 3.7 through Figure 3.17, SIDACtor devices were chosen because their associated peak pulse current (IPP) rating is sufficient to withstand the lightning immunity tests of GR 1089 without the additional use of series line impedance. Likewise, the fuse shown
  • Open Source, Embedded Linux
    and manufacturing computer-based controls for the leather finishing industry. They branched out to create the 6-IBM/N network co-processor for PCs, as the era of PCs on the plant floor was born. Subsequently, the portfolio grew to a range of products: an Industrial /Ethernet Switch; surge and lightning

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