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Latest articles from 'Circuit protection devices'

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Thermal circuit breaker aids aircraft applicatins

A new single-pole aircraft-style thermal circuit breaker features temperature compensation and a trip-free mechanism.

News from E-T-A Circuit Breakers, Jul 6, 2004

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Galvanic isolators outstrip opto performance

A new five-channel digital magnetic isolator has recently been added to the popular Isoloop range of galvanic isolators from Rhopoint Components.

News from Rhopoint Components, Jun 30, 2004

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Catalogues update circuit protection data

E-T-A Circuit Breakers has published new 2004/05 editions of its comprehensive CBE and control products catalogues.

News from E-T-A Circuit Breakers, Jun 29, 2004

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Miniature fuses feature enhanced breaking capacity

The 199 series of 5 x 20mm cartridge fuses are ideal for protecting consumer appliances, power supplies, industrial control devices, medical equipment and measuring instruments.

News from Littelfuse UK, Jun 25, 2004

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Surge protector covers four input channels

The Adam-4914V is designed as an affordable solution for surge protection of voltage signals in industrial control systems.

News from Advantech (UK), Jun 4, 2004

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Optocoupler boasts noise rejection guarantee

A novel new high-speed 3.3V transistor optocoupler is the first to guarantee a minimum 5kV/us common mode noise rejection (CMR) rating as a standard feature.

News from Fairchild Semiconductor, Jun 2, 2004

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Littelfuse acquires controlling interest

Littelfuse has acquired 82.4% of Heinrich Industrie, the holding company of Wickmann Group.

News from Littelfuse UK, Jun 2, 2004

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Suppression devices at the cutting edge

The Advantage series of transient voltage surge suppression devices feature cutting edge design techniques and feature a revolutionary patent pending fusing method.

News from Surge Suppression, May 25, 2004

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Higher hold current for line voltage protector

The latest addition to the LVR series of PolySwitch resettable devices increases the maximum hold current rating from 400 to 550mA.

News from Raychem Circuit Protection, May 17, 2004

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E-T-A stars for Lockheed Martin

E-T-A Circuit Breakers has been presented with the Lockheed Martin "Corporate Star Supplier" award.

News from E-T-A Circuit Breakers, May 11, 2004

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Optocoupler shrinks into BGA packaging

The FODB100 Microcoupler is a novel single-channel optocoupler with a transistor output housed in a BGA package.

News from Fairchild Semiconductor, May 6, 2004

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Breakers aim for automotive fuse market

E-T-A Circuit Breakers has released new colour coded versions of its blade-type circuit breakers for fuse replacement in all types of vehicle from cars to trucks, buses and off-road applications.

News from E-T-A Circuit Breakers, Apr 29, 2004

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Ceramic diodes claim optimum ESD protection

The CeraDiode series of ceramic semiconductors is billed as providing optimum ESD protection of consumer electronics products and computer equipment.

News from Epcos, Apr 28, 2004

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Photocoupler improves transient protection

The latest high-output-current photocoupler requires up to 80% less supply current than previous generation technologies in the same package size.

News from Toshiba Electronics Europe, Apr 27, 2004

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Surface-mount fuse provides consistent protection

The USF 1206 surface-mount fuse has an interrupt rating of 50A at 63V DC across the entire range.

News from Schurter, Apr 14, 2004

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Chip fuse family runs down to 200mA

The FCD family of chip fuses has been widened with the introduction of models featuring current ratings of 200mA.

News from Littelfuse UK, Apr 8, 2004

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Circuit breakers aid reliability

The E-T-A range of DIN-rail circuit breakers is claimed to significantly improve equipment reliability while reducing down time.

News from Aerco, Apr 2, 2004

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Optocouplers cut system costs

Two new high-speed optocouplers from NEC are compatible with existing devices from Agilent, and are suitable for reducing system costs in both existing and new designs.

News from Sunrise Electronics, Mar 25, 2004

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Cost-effective protection for Wi-Fi links

PolyPhaser's latest broadband wireless LAN and Wi-Fi protector for 2.4, 3.4 and 5.8GHz applications is available from Webb Industries.

News from Webb Industries, Mar 24, 2004

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Compact diodes aim for handset ESD protection

The MicroClamp family of ultrasmall transient voltage suppressors (TVS) is designed expressly for ESD protection on cellphones, PDAs, digital cameras, and other portable electronic designs.

News from Semtech, Mar 22, 2004

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Acquisition increases distribution deal

Solid State Supplies has won the UK distribution and agency rights to the entire Littelfuse product portfolio.

News from Solid State Supplies, Mar 17, 2004

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Surface-mount varistors cover the field

Four new series of surface mount multilayer metal oxide varistors are ideal for protecting a wide variety of electronic circuits and components.

News from Littelfuse UK, Mar 15, 2004

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Lithuanian plant to improve UK sensor supply

Carlo Gavazzi's UK customers could soon be benefiting from improved delivery and advanced product development following the opening of the company's new production facility in Lithuania.

News from Carlo Gavazzi, Mar 12, 2004

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Bourns rewards European distributor of the year

TTI has achieved the 2003 Bourns European distributor of the year award in recognition of the outstanding growth and commitment to partnership.

News from TTI Europe, Feb 11, 2004

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RoHS-compliant arresters banish overvoltage

Several new ranges of lead-free gas-tube surge arresters protect switchgear, telecomms and office equipment, data networks, TV set-top boxes and medical instruments from overvoltage.

News from Littelfuse UK, Feb 9, 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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  • ChipSESD devices help to protect mobile phones

    Tyco's 0201- and 0402-size ChipSESD devices help to protect: mobile phones, digital cameras and camcorders, computer I/O ports, keypads, low-voltage DC lines, speakers, headphones and microphones.
  • System enables reset and battery-monitoring apps

    With improved temperature characteristics and a tighter detect voltage tolerance, the XC6126 series offers a more accurate, lower-cost solution for simple reset and battery-monitoring applications.
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