Accu-Guard fuses suitable for handheld devices
AVX has extended the current rating of the Accu-Guard II Low Current Series to include 200, 150, 100, 62.5 and 50mA versions in a 0402 package.
The UL E141069-approved, RoHS-compliant Accu-Guard Series fuses are suitable for handheld devices, including mobile phones, PDAs, two-way radios and video/digital cameras, as well as hard disk drives (HDD), LCD screens, computers, instrumentation, battery chargers and rechargeable battery packs.
AVX has extended the current rating of the Accu-Guard II Low Current Series to include 200mA, 150mA, 100mA, 62.5mA and 50mA versions in a 0402 package
The miniature 0402 low-current fuse utilises thin-film and land-grid-array (LGA) technologies to enable precise control of the component's electrical and physical characteristics, which is not possible with standard fuse technologies.
The miniature 0402 Accu-Guard devices feature a fusing resistance of more than 1Mohm.
Its nickel-solder coating is compatible with automatic soldering technologies.
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