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2003-05-26 The ABCs of Littelfuse Multilayer Suppressors
This guide discusses the applications, basics, and common questions of Multilayer Suppression device technology.
2003-05-26 Selecting a Littelfuse Varistor
This application note describes the selection process for choosing the proper varistor to ensure continuous operating mode as well as predicted transient mode.
2006-01-31 Littelfuse, Polytronics ink cooperation agreement
Littelfuse announced that it has signed a new business cooperation agreement with Polytronics Technology Corp. that expands the relationship between the two companies.
2002-09-23 Littelfuse voltage suppressors have 440V breakdown voltage
Littelfuse's 1.5KE series of axial transient voltage suppressors offers a breakdown voltage range from 6.8V to 440V, making it suitable for use in the protection of I/O interfaces.
2003-05-26 Littelfuse Varistors - Basic Properties, Terminology and Theory
This application note discusses the basic properties, functions, and applications of Littelfuse Varistors.
2002-12-26 Littelfuse SMD fuses are lead-free
The company has introduced the 467 series of SlimLine Fast-Acting SMD fuses, which features lead-free fusing element and terminations.
2002-01-14 Littelfuse miniature fuses offer reliable circuit protection
The 461 series miniature, surface-mount fuses that are manufactured with a ceramic body, silver-plated brass caps and tin-lead terminations.
2004-09-15 Littelfuse makes 'greener' products
Littelfuse's ongoing strategy to reduce the concentrations of hazardous materials is continuing to result in new, environmentally friendly products.
2002-09-26 Littelfuse lead-free SMD fuses trips at 0.2s
The 466 series of surface-mount fuses from Littelfuse can cut off current flow to a circuit in as little as 0.2s at 300 percent its rated current, and is targeted for use in surface-mount devices, PCs, and office equipment.
2005-02-04 Littelfuse expands TVS diode family
Littelfuse has expanded the line with the introduction of 400W and 1,500W versions.
2003-05-26 Littelfuse
This application note describes the construction, properties, and characteristics of Littelfuse's ML series of multilayer surge suppressors.
2003-05-26 Considerations for Selecting Littelfuse MOVs and Fuses for Industrial Motor Applications
This application note discusses the first level considerations for applying both Littelfuse Industrial AC Line Metal Oxide Varistors and associated AC line Fuses with a motor projection example.
2003-05-26 Why does USB 2.0 need circuit protection?
This application note discusses the procedures and parameters for protecting Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 from overcurrent events.
2003-05-29 Why do Set Top Boxes need Circuit Protection?
This application note discusses the need for set top boxes to be protected against transients such as ESD.
2003-05-29 Why do Line Cards need added circuit protection?
This application note discusses the need for Line Cards to be protected from transients, especially those caused by atmospheric disturbances.
2003-05-26 Varistor Testing
This application note details the common tests of varistor parameters and describes suitable test methods using simplified test circuits.
2003-05-29 Varistor Design Examples
This application note serves as a guide in selecting a varistor by describing common application examples, and illustrating the solution process to determine the appropriate varistor.
2013-06-11 TVS diode array offers a clamping voltage of 10.5V
Littelfuse's SP3051-04HTG transient voltage suppression diode array can safely absorb 20A of current (tP=8/20s) without performance degradation and a minimum of 30kV ESD protection.
2003-05-26 Transient Suppression Devices and Principles
This application note discusses the basic principles and functions of transient suppression devices.
2003-05-29 The ESD Problem
This application note discusses the properties and sources of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD).
2003-05-26 The Connector Pin Varistor for Transient Voltage in Connectors
This application note discusses the characteristics of a connector pin varistor for transient voltage protection in connectors.
2003-05-26 The ABCs of MOVs
This application note discusses the application, basics, and common concerns when dealing with Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs)
2003-05-26 Telecom Application Solutions
This application note outlines that various telecommunication standards that have been developed to provide greater reliability, prevent costly service interruptions and to allow users to safely operate telecommunication equipment.
2003-05-26 Surgectors for Telecommunications Systems
This application note discusses the transient voltages associated with telephone line applications and highlights the attributes of the Littelfuse TO-202 packages Surgector products as a means to suppress these transients.
2003-05-26 Surge Suppression Technologies for AC Mains Compared (MOVs, SADs, Gas Tubes, Filters, and Transformers)
This application note discusses and compares the various types of surge suppression technologies available for protecting ac mains.
2003-05-26 Suppression of Transients in an Automotive Environment
This application note discusses the suppression of transient overvoltages in automotive IC applications.
2003-05-26 Soldering Recommendations for Surface Mount and Multilayer Metal Oxide Varistors
This application note discusses the recommended procedure for Soldering of surface mount and multilayer metal oxide varistors.
2003-05-26 Set Top Box Over-Voltage and Over-Current Protection
This application note discusses the different threats that are posed to the STB both internally and externally, and the suppression devices that can be used to protect them.
2003-05-29 Selecting an ESD Suppressor
This application note provides guidelines for choosing the appropriate ESD suppressor for a given application.
2003-05-29 Recommendations for Soldering Terminal Leads to MOV Varistor Discs
This application note discusses the proper procedures and materials required when soldering terminal leads to MOV varistor discs
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