Technical Articles

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Ametherm, Inc.


Ametherm, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Surge Suppressors)
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Suppose we have a 2.0KVA transformer with the following specifications: Peak Inrush Current occurs in one cycle = 564 Amps as measured on the scope. Practical Max Inrush Current occurs in 5 cycles =... (View Full Article)
(Circuit Protection Devices)
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This application note provides some design considerations for inrush current protection of the AC current applicable to Switching Power Supplies (SPS). The solution suggested in this application note... (View Full Article)
(Surge Suppressors)
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High inrush current can be produced when equipment is turned on. If steps are not taken to minimize this inrush current, it can damage power devices and reduce equipment life. A safe and cost... (View Full Article)
(Circuit Protection Devices)
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A transformer draws inrush current that can exceed saturation current affecting the magnetic property of the core. This happens even if the transformer is on no load with its secondary open. The... (View Full Article)