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Latest articles from 'Circuit protection devices'

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Three-line protector conditions as well

The Theon is billed as the only point of protection device that offers true three-line (live-neutral-ground) protection in a convenient, cost-effective package.

News from 9 Corporation, May 13, 2005

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ESD protection devices come in popular outlines

Raychem Circuit Protection continues to expand its circuit protection portfolio with a new range of electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection devices.

News from Raychem Circuit Protection, May 11, 2005

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Fuse ranges cut out the lead

Around 90% of the fuses manufactured by Wickmann are now lead free and the complete product range will be lead free by mid 2005, well in advance of the RoHS Directive compliance deadline.

News from Littelfuse UK, May 2, 2005

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Phototriac couplers shrink into 4-pin DIPs

Toshiba Electronics Europe has launched a range of miniature phototriac couplers in packages that are significantly smaller than previous devices with the same isolation ratings.

News from Toshiba Electronics Europe, Apr 27, 2005

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Circuit protection range spans all applications

TTI and Bourns have teamed up to provide customers with a huge range of circuit protection devices.

News from TTI Europe, Apr 15, 2005

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Protection is tailored for railway signalling

SXRR Series solid-state suppression devices are designed for railway signalling applications.

News from Smiths Interconnect - Transtector Systems, Apr 14, 2005

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Lead-free isolators come in duals and quads

Isocom Components 2004 has a new range of lead-free dual- and quad-channel optically coupled isolator devices.

News from Isocom Components 2004, Apr 6, 2005

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Lightning protectors have gigabit Ethernet covered

The ALPU Series of lightning protectors now includes units that are suitable for protecting gigabit Ethernet systems using fast-acting silicon avalanche suppression diodes.

News from Smiths Interconnect - Transtector Systems, Mar 28, 2005

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Brochures highlight industry-specific solutions

A new range of free and downloadable A4 "business field" brochures highlight applications of circuit protection and electronic sensor products and solutions in major application areas.

News from E-T-A Circuit Breakers, Mar 18, 2005

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UL recognition for circuit protection devices

PolySwitch TRF600-150 circuit protection devices are now UL recognised to UL1434 and have passed UL tests from UL497A.

News from Raychem Circuit Protection, Mar 17, 2005

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Protection diodes complement power management

Three new silicon avalanche diodes with excellent voltage clamping levels have been added to the growing list of power management solutions offered by Solid State Supplies.

News from Solid State Supplies, Mar 14, 2005

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Circuit breakers available from stock

Aerco has signed an agreement with E-T-A to become an official stocking distributor of the company's range of circuit breakers for equipment protection.

News from Aerco, Feb 25, 2005

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Tiny diodes provide big ESD protection

A new series of high-performance, micro-packaged ESD protection diodes is designed for single-line protection of voltage-sensitive components in portable and battery-operated applications.

News from ON Semiconductor, Feb 24, 2005

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Protection device goes both ways on USB

The EClamp3343C protection device has a novel design that allows it to work with both upstream and downstream USB 2.0 (full speed) and on-the-go (OTG) ports in portable electronics and peripherals.

News from Semtech, Feb 22, 2005

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Optoisolators offer lead-free replacements

Two new optically coupled isolators serve as drop in Pb-free replacements for Sharp PC849 and PC829 devices.

News from Isocom Components 2004, Feb 21, 2005

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Chip thermistors cut the cost of protection

Murata has significantly reduced the prices of its proven Posistor range of PTC chip thermistors.

News from Murata Electronics (UK), Feb 21, 2005

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Photocouplers shrink to half-size packages

Toshiba Electronics Europe has launched a miniature surface mount package technology that allows the company to deliver the world's smallest photocouplers with 5kV isolation voltage.

News from Toshiba Electronics Europe, Feb 14, 2005

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Telecomms protector goes lead-free

Wickmann has expanded its range of overcurrent protection components for telecommunications applications by the introduction of the new lead-free Protector 950.

News from Littelfuse UK, Feb 8, 2005

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Suppression devices have SD memory cards covered

The latest addition to the Semtech EMIClamp family of transient voltage suppression devices is specifically designed to protect interfaces for Secure Digital (SD) memory card designs.

News from Semtech, Jan 25, 2005

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High rating for surface-mount fuselink

The latest addition to Schurter's range of RoHS compliant products is the UMT 250 fuselink.

News from Schurter, Dec 23, 2004

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Amps and antennas gain multiple-strike protection

The GX series from PolyPhaser provides multistrike lightning protection for sensitive tower mounted amplifiers, tower top amplifiers and active antenna systems, where DC voltage is required.

News from Smiths Interconnect - Polyphaser, Dec 21, 2004

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Lead-free optocouplers go out in record numbers

Agilent Technologies has shipped more than 10 million lead-free optocouplers since production began in November 2003.

News from Agilent Technologies, Dec 21, 2004

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Fuses and holders combine to ease assembly

The new X-SMQ surface-mount fuse holder system developed by Wickmann is designed to allow quick and easy replacement of fuses without the need for desoldering.

News from Littelfuse UK, Dec 6, 2004

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Photocouplers speed to 25Mbit/s

Sharp Microelectronics Europe has broadened its photocoupler portfolio with a range of new high-speed products.

News from Sharp Microelectronics, Nov 29, 2004

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Panels safeguard telecomms rack power

DPB2U circuit breaker panels provide distribution and overload protection for up to 19 DC circuits in telecomms applications.

News from Unipower Europe, Nov 19, 2004

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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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