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ON Semiconductor Corp

This Thyristor Surge Protective device (TSPD) prevents overvoltage damage to sensitive circuits by lightning, induction and power line crossings. It is a breakover-triggered crowbar protector. Turn-off occurs when the surge current falls below the holding current of the device.
Fail-Safe, Shorts When Overstressed. Preventing continued unprotected operation High Surge Current Capability: 80 Amps 10 x 1000 sec, for Controlled Temperature Environments The MMT08B064T3Gis used to help equipment meet various regulatory requirements including: Bellcore 1089, ITU K.20 & K.21, IEC 950, UL 1459 & 1950 and FCC Part 68. Bidirectional Protection in a Single Device Little Change of Voltage Limit with Transient Amplitude or Rate Freedom from Wearout Mechanisms Present in Non-Semiconductor Devices Surface Mount Technology (SMT) UL Recognized - File #E210057 Device Marking: RPCC Pb-Free Package is Available

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