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2006-04-25 PPTC devices provide resettable overcurrent protection
Raychem Circuit Protection introduced its new series of RoHS-compliant PolySwitch miniSMDC and SMD terminal devices for the automotive industry.
2000-03-20 PPTC circuit protection for power management in portable equipment
This paper presents the use of PPTC (Polymer Positive Temperature Coefficient)or the PolySwitch devices for over-current and over-temperature protection in elements of the power management chain.
2003-12-22 Inpaq PPTC offering suits computer apps
The PFS series of SMD type polymeric positive-temperature-coefficient (PPTC) device from Inpaq Technology Co. Ltd features current ratings from 0.50A to 1.6A, and voltage ratings of 6V. Suitable for use in computer applications, the PFS1812I050, PFS1812I075, PFS1812I110, and PFS1812I160 have a maximum current of 40A, maximum dissipated power of 0.8W, and resistance of 0.3 ohms.
2005-08-01 Implement network on wheels with PPTC devices
Connecting lifestyles from the home to the vehicle entails power-management challenges that can be overcome using PolySwitch PPTC devices
2002-03-04 Wickmann's Polyfuse line gets four more SMT fuses
Wickmann USA has added four surface-mount devices to its Polyfuse family of resettable fuses, giving designers a total choice of six surface-mount package sizes.
2004-01-05 Wickmann fuse protects against power crosses
Wickmann has introduced the Polyfuse HVR250 series of Positive Temperature Coefficient devices that protect telecom and networking equipment against lightning strikes and power crosses.
2002-05-24 Tyco resettable fuses provide primary protection
Tyco Electronics' power components division has launched two products in its Raychem line.
2005-12-30 Ressettable fuses rated at 3A
Fuzetec Technology's new series of PPTC resettable fuses is designed to protect against short circuits for a wide range of electronic equipment.
2005-03-16 Protect car battery chargers from fault failures
Address overcurrent problems with a polymeric positive temperature coefficient device
2003-02-11 Polytronics, Wickmann co-develop battery protection devices
Polytronics Technology Corp. has entered into a joint development agreement with Germany-based fuse maker Wickmann.
2005-03-01 PolySwitch technology offers resettable protection strategy
Field failures are inevitable so choosing the right circuit protection strategy is important to help ensure product reliability.
2013-01-15 MHP-TA TCO device ready for ultra-thin electronics
The new MHP-TA series offers over temperature protection for high-capacity Lithium Polymer (LiP) and prismatic cells in media tablets, notebook PCs and electronic readers.
2005-04-01 Enhance protection of Li-based batteries
Using cell balancing techniques increases the capacity of Li-ion packs, both in system runtime and battery life.
2004-11-23 Dongguan Richwell resettable fuses rated at 60A
The new series of PPTC resettable fuses from Dongguan Richwell Electronics features a holding current of 0.65A and is rated at 60V.
2004-08-17 Dongguan Richwell resettable fuses rated at 40A
Dongguan Richwell has disclosed the availability of its FRU700-30 series of PPTC resettable fuses that is rated at 40A, 30V.
2002-03-06 Bourns offer lead-free resettable fuses
Bourns has announced that it will be offering its Multifuse polymeric PTC battery strap devices in lead-free packaging, as a response to the call for more environment-friendly PTC devices.
2004-01-19 Richwell fuses offer 3A hold current
The PFR30V300K588 series of PPTC resettable fuses from Dongguan Richwell Electronics features a hold current of 3A and maximum voltage of 30V.
2010-11-15 Hybrid circuit protection tech capable of 30A hold currents, 100A max
Tyco Electronics introduced its Metal Hybrid PPTC (MHP) technology, useful for high-rate-discharge battery applications at ratings above 30VDC/30A.
2006-09-19 Zener diode micro-assembly protects sensitive electronics
Raychem's new product helps protect sensitive electronics from damage caused by inductive voltage spikes, voltage transients, incorrect power supplies and reverse bias.
2008-03-04 Zener diode micro-assemblies protect car infotainment devices
Tyco Electronics' new Zener diode micro-assemblies feature a higher hold current of 2.3A, and are designed to help protect circuits in GPS, smart phones, game consoles, portable media players and other video-based peripherals that can be charged in the car.
2015-03-18 TE device offers heat protection for lithium batteries
TE Connectivity is introducing the MHP-TAM device which offers thermal protection for lithium batteries in portable consumer devices. The series features open temperatures ranging from 72C to 90C.
2006-04-14 SMD PolySwitch devices target auto market
Raychem Circuit Protection introduced its new series of RoHS-compliant PolySwitch miniSMDC and SMD terminal devices for the automotive industry.
2004-05-21 Raychem resettable devices rated to 550mA
Raychem Circuit Protection, a business unit of Tyco Electronics, has expanded its LVR series of PolySwitch resettable devices.
2005-07-21 New resettable overcurrent protection device from Raychem
Raychem Circuit Protection unveiled a low resistance, resettable overcurrent protection device designed for communications infrastructure applications.
2012-08-30 Integrated overvoltage, overcurrent devices for consumer electronics
TE Connectivity's PolyZen CE, which targets tablets and other portable consumer electronics, claim to offer significant performance advantages over discrete solutions using fuses, Zeners and other passive devices.
2011-08-08 Circuit protection units ease transition to new automotive technologies
Learn how circuit protection devices can address the challenges brought about by the demand for increased number of power components and high-data-rate connections in automotive designs.
2011-08-11 Circuit protection solutions target new vehicle trends
With electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles also addressing the world's energy and emissions crises, automakers and battery manufacturers are rapidly developing new materials and solutions to advance those technologies.
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