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Thyristor
Mfg: Littelfuse Published: 2008 Version: EC114 466 pages
Littelfuse Thyristors are solid state switches that are normally open circuits (very high impedance), capable of withstanding rated blocking/off-state voltage until triggered to on state. Sensitive gate SCRs are ideally suited for interfacing to integrated circuits or in applications where high current load requirements and limited gate drive current capabilities exist. Add to My Library
Varistor Circuit Protection Products
Mfg: Littelfuse Published: 2008 Version: EC115 212 pages
Littelfuse engi-neers are available around the world to help you address design challenges and develop unique, customized solutions for your products. Product Evaluation Labs and Services—Littelfuse global labs are the hub of our new product development initiatives, and also provide design and compliance support testing as an added-value to our customers. Add to My Library
TVS Diode Products
Mfg: Littelfuse Published: 2008 Version: EC111 212 pages
They can respond to overvoltage events faster than most other types of circuit protection. Voltage Transients are defined as short duration surges of electrical energy and are the result of the sudden release of energy previously stored or induced by other means, such as heavy inductive loads or lightning. Add to My Library
PTC Catalog
Mfg: Littelfuse Published: 2008 Version: EC112 136 pages
Littelfuse engi-neers are available around the world to help you address design challenges and develop unique, customized solutions for your products. Designed to limit unsafe currents while allowing constant safe current levels, resistance will “reset” automatically when the fault is removed and temperature returns to a safe level. Add to My Library
SPAs
Mfg: Littelfuse Published: 2008 Version: EC113 102 pages
Littelfuse engi-neers are available around the world to help you address design challenges and develop unique, customized solutions for your products. Littesfuse SPAs are designed to protect electronics from very fast and often damaging voltage transients, such as lightning and electrostatic discharge (ESD). Add to My Library
Automotive Circuit Breakers
Mfg: Littelfuse Published: 2008 Version: Auto30 30 pages
Fax: +886 2 8751 1177 Specifications descriptions and illustrative material in this literature are as accurate as known at the time of publication, but are subject to changes without notice. Visit www.littelfuse.com for the most up-to-date technical information. Littelfuse reserves the right to change the design or construction of any product without notice. Add to My Library