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Latest articles from 'Circuit protection devices'

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Compact fuses boast heavyweight protection

A new series of electronic chip fuses aims for applications in laptops, multimedia devices, cellphones and other portable electronics.

News from Raychem Circuit Protection, Nov 16, 2004

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EMI filters arrays with ESD protection

New devices from ON semiconductor deliver maximum filtering performance in minimum size for high resolution displays and megapixel camera interfaces in advanced cellular phones.

News from ON Semiconductor, Nov 11, 2004

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Devices reduce part count and board space

Agilent Technologies has introduced what is said to be the industry's first 3.3 V, 15 MBd, multi-channel and bi-directional digital optocouplers for use in a wide range of applications.

News from Agilent Technologies, Nov 11, 2004

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Optocoupler shrinks to SO-8 surface-mount package

Agilent Technologies has developed an AC/DC-to-logic interface optocoupler in a space-saving package.

News from Agilent Technologies, Nov 1, 2004

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Databook tells all on circuit protection

Raychem Circuit Protection has released the 2004 edition of its industry leading "Circuit protection databook".

News from Raychem Circuit Protection, Nov 1, 2004

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Subminiature fuses go lead-free

All Wickmann subminiature 392 series 250V-rated fuses are now available lead-free.

News from Littelfuse UK, Nov 1, 2004

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Compact outline for ESD protection diodes

A new series of single-line bidirectional ESD protection diodes is designed to protect devices such as MP3 players and mobile phones from damage caused by ESD and other voltage induced transients.

News from Philips Semiconductors, Oct 27, 2004

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Units deliver high power RF protection

The new SXL series of surge and lightning protection units deliver high power RF protection across a wide bandwidth enabling the same units to be used for many different applications.

News from Smiths Interconnect - Polyphaser, Oct 27, 2004

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Arrow stars for Raychem

Raychem Circuit Protection, a business unit of Tyco Electronics, has presented Arrow Electronics with its European Distributor of the Year Award.

News from Arrow Electronics (UK), Oct 15, 2004

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Couplers provide powerful military protection

A new range of military-specified hermetically sealed, gate-drive optocouplers is designed for motor-control inverter and UPS applications in critical defence and aerospace equipment.

News from Agilent Technologies, Sep 29, 2004

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Slow-blow fuses survive inrush currents

AEM has expanded its commercial SolidMatrix fast-acting fuse line with a range of surface-mount 1206 (3216) size slow-blow fuses.

News from AEM, Sep 22, 2004

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Thick-film resistors protect against transients

A range of thick-film, noninductive surge/pulse chip resistors with a continuous power rating of 1W is available from TT Electronics BI Technologies.

News from TT Electronics - BI Technologies, Sep 9, 2004

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Surge protection comes to hazardous areas

The new Termitrab TT-ST-M-EX(I) terminal, from Phoenix Contact brings high-performance surge voltage protection, in a width of just 6.2mm, to Ex areas.

News from Phoenix Contact, Sep 1, 2004

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Lead-free circuit breaker fits old fuse slots

Schurter's new T9 series circuit breaker for equipment is free from lead and other hazardous materials as outlined by the European Union RoHS Directive.

News from Schurter, Sep 1, 2004

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Overvoltage protector guards Motorola consoles

Transtector Systems has developed a novel high-speed high-current solid-state surge suppressor to protect first responder headsets and CIE processor applications.

News from Smiths Interconnect - Transtector Systems, Aug 30, 2004

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Multifuse polymer PTC products go lead-free

TTI Europe is helping industry comply with imminent legislation controlling the use of lead with the introduction of a complete series of lead-free Multifuse polymer PTC products.

News from TTI Europe, Aug 26, 2004

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Optocoupler operation resurfaces from liquidation

Isocom Components 2004 is the new trading name of Isocom Components that ceased trading April 2004 and went into liquidation in May 2004.

News from Isocom Components 2004, Aug 19, 2004

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Optocouplers protect monster plasma panel

Miniature optocouplers from Agilent Technologies have been incorporated into a new 80in plasma display panel (PDP) developed by Samsung SDI.

News from Agilent Technologies, Aug 18, 2004

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Telecomms protector shrinks in size

The new PolySwitch TRF600-150 circuit protection device for telecomms and networking applications is 25% percent smaller than its predecessor.

News from Raychem Circuit Protection, Aug 16, 2004

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Speedy optocoupler takes little to drive

A new high-isolation logic gate optocoupler offers high speed at low input drive current for industrial applications.

News from Fairchild Semiconductor, Aug 10, 2004

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Systems protect military comms from pulses

Transtector is playing an important role in protecting vital communications links in mobile military systems.

News from Smiths Interconnect - Transtector Systems, Jul 30, 2004

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Surface-mount couplers switch speedily

The latest surface mount photocouplers from Toshiba combine high switching speeds and low input currents, with guaranteed maximum switching times.

News from Toshiba Electronics Europe, Jul 27, 2004

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Compact packaging for high-speed optocouplers

Gleichmann Electronics is offering three new high-speed optocouplers from NEC Electronics.

News from Gleichmann Sunrise, Jul 22, 2004

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Gas discharge tubes expand protection family

Raychem Circuit Protection has added a range of gas discharge tubes (GDTs) to its circuit protection family.

News from Raychem Circuit Protection, Jul 16, 2004

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Novel technology handles electromagnetic pulses

Rectified advanced silicon technology array (RASTA) technology developed by Transtector can deliver highly efficient protection solutions for equipment that is likely to experience EMP/HEMP.

News from Smiths Interconnect - Transtector Systems, Jul 14, 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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