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Latest articles from 'Circuit protection devices'

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Fuse catalogues detail 3000 lines

In its quest to become known as a reliable partner for overcurrent protection solutions, Schurter has published two new catalogues for fuses.

News from Schurter, Oct 4, 2005

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Diode networks terminate and protect

A series of termination and ESD protection networks provides design engineers with an effective and reliable means of terminating high speed memory buses.

News from IRC Advanced Film Division, Oct 3, 2005

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Resistor offers effective overcurrent protection

A new device offers a cost effective solution for board level overcurrent protection where resettable fusing is unnecessary, and can replace fuse and resistor combinations with a single component.

News from TT Electronics Welwyn Components, Oct 3, 2005

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Current limiter eases the inrush

A new current limiter module is designed to reduce the current surge when loads such as transformers (especially toroidal types), switch-mode power supplies or small motors are first switched on.

News from REO (UK), Oct 3, 2005

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Transformer based filtering banishes the ghosts

Now electronic power conditioners can provide "computer grade" power at the same price point as surge protection alone, copier dealers can cost-effectively reduce service visits by as much as 50%.

News from Smart Power Systems, Sep 30, 2005

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Gas plasma arresters are lead-free

Littelfuse has introduced the lead-free and RoHS compliant SL0902 Series of miniature gas plasma arresters.

News from Littelfuse UK, Sep 22, 2005

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Devices protect next-generation video lines

Two ultra-low-capacitance devices are designed to protect data interfaces operating at speeds higher than 2GHz.

News from Semtech, Sep 7, 2005

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Circuit breaker panel has 18 DC circuits covered

A new dual bus circuit breaker panel provides distribution and overload protection for up to 18 DC circuits and will be of great interest to designers putting sizeable telecomms systems together.

News from Unipower Europe, Sep 7, 2005

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Slow-blow fuses boost system reliability

A new range of RoHS-compliant slow-blow surface-mount fuses in industry standard 1206 chip sizes combines small size, high reliability and strong arc suppression characteristics.

News from Raychem Circuit Protection, Aug 31, 2005

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Overcurrent protector is ceramic based

To cater the fast growth of VoIP and increasing numbers of telecommunication lines, TDA Elektronic Technology had developed a Pb-free 50ohm resettable 600V AC overcurrent protector.

News from TDA Elektronic Technology, Aug 30, 2005

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Resettable fuses go lead-free

TDA Elektronic Technology has introduced lead-free versions of its CPTC series of resettable fuses.

News from TDA Elektronic Technology, Aug 8, 2005

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Photocouplers protect AC circuits

Toshiba Electronics Europe has expanded its range of photocoupler parts with two new devices that will reduce board space and improve performance in home appliances and other AC power applications.

News from Toshiba Electronics Europe, Aug 8, 2005

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Two-line devices shrink the size of ESD protection

New from ON Semiconductor is the uESD (micro ESD) dual series of high-performance, micro-packaged electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection diodes.

News from ON Semiconductor, Aug 5, 2005

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TVS shrinks to less than a quarter the size

A new 3.3V transient voltage suppression protection device features a footprint that is 77% smaller than the industry standard.

News from Semtech, Aug 4, 2005

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Current transducers watch for solar shorts

The CT family of current transducers are designed for use in a range of safety applications including solar installations.

News from LEM UK, Jul 28, 2005

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Protection relay is a smart combination

The new Smart Power Protection Relay from E-T-A combines the functions of a solid state relay and overcurrent protection for all 12 and 24V supplies.

News from Aerco, Jul 20, 2005

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Overcurrent protection suits telecomms linecards

The PolySwitch TSM600-400 is a low-resistance resettable overcurrent protection device for communications infrastructure applications.

News from Raychem Circuit Protection, Jul 19, 2005

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Electronic breaker needs no sense resistor

A novel electronic circuit breaker senses load currents using the on-resistance of an external MOSFET, eliminating the need for a sense resistor.

News from Linear Technology Corp, Jul 11, 2005

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EMP protectors put out the fire

The Semper is billed as the world's first self extinguishing EMP protector.

News from Huber+Suhner, Jul 7, 2005

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Online configurator eases breaker selection

The E-T-A Circuit Breakers website has now been further enhanced to provide an interactive product configurator facility.

News from E-T-A Circuit Breakers, May 31, 2005

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Optically coupled isolators meet military needs

A new series of optically coupled isolators are surface mountable on ceramic or printed circuit board.

News from Optek Technology, May 31, 2005

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Digital isolators don't wear out like optocouplers

Rhopoint Components has recently been appointed by NVE Corporation to be its exclusive agent for Scandinavia.

News from Rhopoint Components, May 30, 2005

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Electronic breaker protects telecomms devices

As part of the move by Jenelec to diversify its product range, the company has released a range of standard telecomms power products, and with these comes the ibreaker.

News from Jenelec, May 25, 2005

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Fuses go lead-free

Littelfuse has introduced lead-free versions of its axial-leaded 2AG series of subminiature glass fuses, 3AG glass and ceramic fuses, 3AB ceramic fuses and 5 x 20mm glass and ceramic-bodied fuses.

News from Littelfuse UK, May 24, 2005

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Spanish supplier set for new releases

Specialist distributor Switchtec was recently visited by the export manager from one of its major suppliers, Telergon of Spain.

News from Switchtec, May 20, 2005

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What is it?

Circuit protection devices:

Circuit protection devices safeguard electrical circuits from over-voltage and over-currents. Examples of these devices include voltage regulators, varistors, electrostatic discharge protection devices, switch/circuit breakers and thyristor surge protection devices.

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