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  • Transient Surges and Surge Suppressor Technologies: Comparing Apples to Oranges and Other Notes
    . The surge suppression industry has adopted IEEE Power Engineering Society's IEEE C62.41-2002 document, titled IEEE RECOMMENDED PRACTICE ON SURGE VOLTAGES IN LOW-VOLTAGE AC POWER CIRCUITS, as the standard for categorizing transients and the associated waveforms used to test suppressor efficacy
  • Maximize Your Uptime: Reducing Risk of Power Supply Failure (.pdf)
    transient voltage surge suppression (TVSS) devices in front of the power supplies will increase the life and uptime of the power supplies. The simple act of turning on or shutting off a piece of equipment can generate an impulse of several hundred volts for a very short duration. The overall power
  • Selecting Power Quality Solutions for Industrial & Mission-Critical Applications
    The results of power disruption can be catastrophic, ending in loss of production, clientele, and ultimately complete operational failure. For this reason, heavy duty applications require surge suppression with the highest levels of reliability and performance standards possible. Properly installed
  • Alltec Protection Pyramid
    and away from equipment and structures. After providing a stable grounding system, it is important to properly install a transient voltage surge suppression (TVSS) system, such as our PowerTrip (R) line of TVSS products. Only then, is equipment truly protected from both open and short circuit
  • Lightning Transients
    The major mechanisms by which lightning produces surge voltages are the following: * A direct lightning strike to an external circuit (outdoor) injecting high currents producing voltages by either flowing through earth resistance or flowing through the impedance of the existing circuit
  • The ABCs of Littelfuse Multilayer Suppressors (.pdf)
    . What circuit or component requires protection and, therefore, to what level must the transient be suppressed. Multilayer Suppressors are most often applied to low voltage (<50VDC) systems on power supply, signal, or control lines in order to suppress ESD, EFT, Surge, or other transients

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