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Latest articles from 'Circuit protection devices'

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Thermistors act as reversible fuses

Epcos has a comprehensive range of PTC (positive temperature coefficient) thermistors to perform various tasks in a diverse range of applications.

News from Epcos, Feb 19, 2001

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Detectors protect and survive the blast

MCE and Matra BAe Dynamics are collaborating in the promotion of a family of nuclear event detectors which will protect electronic systems from one of the effects of a nuclear incident.

News from MCE Newmarket, Jan 31, 2001

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Fuseholders offers economical circuit protection

Easby Electronics, a franchised stockist and distributor of Belling Lee products, has added a new range of low-cost fuseholders into stock.

News from Easby Electronics, Jan 16, 2001

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Solid state relays keep installation simple

The new RS and RM 'hockey puck' style solid state relays from Carlo Gavazzi are designed for resistive, capacitive and inductive loads up to 100AAC rms and 600VAC rms.

News from Carlo Gavazzi, Nov 10, 2000

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Protect communications equipment from lightning

The new MOD7470 isolation unit from Kenton Research is designed to protect sensitive communications equipment from surges caused by lightning, electrostatic effects or traction currents.

News from Kenton Research, Nov 8, 2000

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Advance-Galatrek at Railtex 2000

Power protection specialists Advance-Galatrek will be using Railtex 2000 to promote their total power solutions programme.

News from Advance Electronics, Oct 3, 2000

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Temperature-resistant Zenite for miniature relays

For the non-metallic parts of its P1 and P2 miniature relays Tyco Electronics and its contract moulder EBK-Kruger use DuPont's temperature-resistant Zenite 7130 liquid-crystal polymer

News from Tyco Electronics - Wire, Harness and Protection, Sep 21, 2000

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RCB and MCB in compact easy-to-fit unit

Spelsberg's new KOPP-RCB is a residual current device and miniature circuit breaker combined into one compact easy-to-fit unit.

News from Spelsberg UK, Sep 8, 2000

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High voltage opto-isolator for telecomms use

A compact, optically-coupled isolator, the TLP627, withstands 300V across its output transistor is now available from Isocom Components, ideal for incorporating into fax modems, telecom circuits, etc

News from Isocom Components 2004, Aug 15, 2000

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Options in selecting the right circuit breaker

Choosing the right type of residual current circuit breaker is an important element in ensuring protection from electric shocks.

News from Siemens Automation and Drives, Aug 9, 2000

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TVS diode protection protects relays as standard

In order to ensure that its range of Solid State Relays are protected from over voltage, Crydom International Ltd has introduced TVS diode protection on its range of SSR products.

News from Crydom International, Aug 7, 2000

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Full range of E-T-A circuit breakers from Aerco

A wide range of quality circuit breakers from E-T-A is now available from Aerco, for most applications including process control, medical equipment, aircraft, marine and industrial safety systems

News from Aerco, Aug 4, 2000

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Minimal power consumption from slim relay

The slim-line LD power relay has minimum nominal operating power consumption of only 200mW and impressive shock resistance characteristics of around 30G

News from Matsushita Electric Works UK, Aug 4, 2000

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New isolators offer wider range power at low cost

Dataforth Corporation has announced the introduction of its new DSCL series of external powered and loop powered isolators.

News from Impulse Corporation, Jul 25, 2000

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VDE, Nordic, UL, BSI approvals for isolators

A low current, optically-coupled isolator with guaranteed 5000V isolation between its input and output sides is available from Isocom Components.

News from Isocom Components 2004, Jul 14, 2000

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30A switching in 22.5mm width package contactor

Crydom has introduced a new series of solid state contactors capable of switching loads up to 30Amps in a 22.5mm width package.

News from Crydom International, Jul 5, 2000

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Modular approach to monitoring relays

Carlo Gavazzi has launched its new modular concept D and P Series 1-phase AC/DC over-current and over-voltage monitoring relays

News from Carlo Gavazzi, Jun 19, 2000

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Current sensing resistor ideal for motor controls

Exceptionally low inductance of only 5nH coupled with high stability, make the latest current sensing resistor from Rhopoint Components perfect for high speed current sensing applications

News from Rhopoint Components, Jun 19, 2000

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Solid state relays aimed at datacomms applications

Rhopoint Components has introduced a range of solid state relays that have a low profile in a surface mount package that is ideal for modems and data communications applications.

News from Rhopoint Components, Jun 19, 2000

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Reed relays designed for the security industry

Specialists precision electronic components company Rhopoint Components has launched a range of reed relays which feature high reliability, switching speed and excellent insulation resistance.

News from Rhopoint Components, Jun 19, 2000

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Optically coupled isolators aimed at motor control

The MOC8106, MOC8107 and MOC8108 series of optically coupled isolators provides an alternative source of products meeting Motorola specifications.

News from Isocom Components 2004, Jun 15, 2000

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Isolators Offer Wide-Range Power at Low Cost

Dataforth Corporation, Tucson, Arizona announces the introduction of its new DSCL series of external powered and loop powered isolators.

News from Impulse Corporation, Jun 6, 2000

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Triac Isolators with 800V Blocking Voltage

The MOC3080 series consists of a range of zero voltage crossover triac driver optically coupled isolators with a blocking voltage of 800V and is announced by Isocom Components.

News from Isocom Components 2004, Jun 6, 2000

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Optically-coupled isolator uses lower current

UK opto-electronic component specialist Isocom Components announces a low-current, high gain, optically-coupled isolator based on the industry standard 4N32 photo Darlington type

News from Isocom Components 2004, Jun 1, 2000

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MCCBs with extreme performance specification

The new TemBreak Plus range of MCCBs from Terasaki is designed for the most extreme applications in industry.

News from Terasaki (Europe), May 16, 2000

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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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