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2013-05-27 Schurter's IEC C20 ready for screw-on mounting
The new GSP4 IEC C20 appliance inlet is equipped with PCB terminals for L, N, and E, and a 6.3x0.8mm quick connect or solder tab for additional grounding to the chassis.
2012-10-09 Schurter touts low power loss, precise acting fuse
The 50mA USFF 1206 has a wire-bonding technology that allows stable, reliable operation at ambient temperatures from -55C to 90C, geared for protection of applications such as sensors, ICs, mobile devices and batteries.
2003-01-15 Schurter SMT fuse measures 1.6-by-0.8-by-0.6mm
The USF 0603 SMT fuse from Schurter measures 1.6-by-0.8-by-0.6mm, and offers an overcurrent protection of up to 5A.
2002-11-04 Schurter ships lead-free 5A fuse
The company's OMT125 lead-free, surface-mount fuse offers an overcurrent protection using time-lag characteristics with rated current up to 5A.
2002-10-28 Schurter PTC fuse breaks at 100A
The company's PFRA1100 PTC fuse is rated at 11A, 16V and breaks at 100A enabling it to be used in batteries, automobile electronics, and emergency lightings.
2003-06-16 Schurter power module suits medical apps
The DC12 power entry module from Schurter is an IEC/EN 60320-1 appliance inlet with a single- and double-pole line switch.
2002-09-09 Schurter power inlet withstands 2kVac
The company's 4793 snap-in power inlet is rated at 20A, 250Vac, offers an insulation resistance >10 megohms, and has a dielectric withstanding voltage of up to 2kVac.
2003-08-25 Schurter power entry module includes line filter
The C20F from Schurter AG is an IEC 320/C20 power entry module with line filter, and is suitable for use in high-performance power supply designs.
2002-06-25 Schurter power connector rated up to 20A
The EC11 power entry modules from Schurter Inc. is fully-molded and is comprised of an integrated on/off switch and AC receptacle built to the IEC/EN 60320-1/C20 standard.
2002-05-23 Schurter offers fused-shuttered outlet
Schurter Inc.'s Type 4719 fused-shuttered outlet integrates a fuseholder and neon indicator that protects the output of power supplies and distribution units, as well as medical and industrial equipment.
2006-03-28 Schurter filtered DC power entry module meets tough demands for EMC
Schurter announces the 5003 series filtered power entry module for DC applications.
2002-11-18 Schurter circuit breakers cover up to 100A
Schurter Inc.'s SHM series of hydraulic-magnetic circuit breakers come in single- to 3-pole models and cover the current range from 0.1A to 100A.
2002-11-29 Schurter capacitive switch avoids wear and tear
The company's CSE15 uG offering is a capacitive momentary/latching device with no mechanical parts.
2006-06-14 Snap-in mounting tech enables quick assembly
Schurter has announced a new mounting technology that enables quick and efficient assembly in buildings, controllers or equipment with limited or no access from the rear.
2005-02-14 Snap-in modules for C14 inlets target medical, industrial apps
The snap-in modules from Schurter combine a C14 appliance inlet type with a one- or two pole fuse holder for fuse links of 5-by-20mm plus a two pole line switch and a one- or two-stage line filter.
2012-07-17 Chokes boast 250/760 Vac rated voltage
Schurter's common mode chokes deliver rated current from 300mA to 50A and target applications such as switching power supplies, inverters, industrial electronics and lighting.
2003-04-28 Chi Lick offers surface mount fuse holders
Chi Lick Schurter Ltd has announced the release of the OGN series of surface mount fuse holders that feature an open design.
2004-11-23 Capacitive sensor controls liquid levels
Schurter's new CLS 16 capacitive sensor is designed to control liquid levels in both non-metal and metal tubs and tanks.
2011-07-13 Undervoltage release switch offer restart protection
Schurter has released a UP1 undervoltage release switch that provides restart protection.
2011-09-29 SMD fuse touts 200A breaking capacity
Schurter's SMD fuse has 500mA to 10A current range that can be used in power supplies and medical equipment.
2010-10-29 SMD fuse gets extended current ratings
Schurter's UMZ 250 now rated for 80mA to 4A currents
2010-10-21 SMD fuse expands current ratings
Schurter has expanded the current rating of its 250VAC, IEC time-lag sub miniature SMD fuse UMZ 250.
2010-10-29 EMI filters for 1-phase systems debut
Schurter's FMBB NEO series of 2-stage filters designed for high symmetrical and asymmetrical attenuation and high insertion loss
2011-07-21 Cord retaining device targets IEC appliance couplers
Schurter has released a cord retaining solution for IEC 10A and 16A appliance couplers that feature an extraction force of at least 200N.
2008-06-05 Circuit breakers come in fluorescent blue color
Schurter Electronic Components has introduced the TA35 series of circuit breakers in 1-, 2- or 3-pole arrangements.
2007-08-17 Circuit breaker has snap-in panel for rear mounting
Schurter AG offers the fuseholder style, single pole thermal circuit breaker series T9 with threaded-neck and snap-in versions for rear mounting.
2008-10-31 Circuit breaker delivers better switching overload
Schurter has improved its TA35 circuit breaker with new features including an extended operating temperature range from -30C to +60C and a longer shelf life of up to 50,000 switching cycles under load.
2011-08-05 Circuit breaker delivers 3A rated current
Schurter expands its T9 product line with the T9-211 circuit breaker that targets power supplies, UPS, PDUs, power tools and industrial appliances.
2009-01-06 3-phase line filters provide design flexibility
Schurter AG presents its new 3-phase line filters, series FMAC ECO and FMBC ECO, which are compact and cost-optimized filters suited for use in drive systems, engineering installations and places where frequency inverters cause electromagnetic disturbances.
2010-10-28 1-, 3-phase EMC filters for TS35 DIN rails
Schurter unveils 1-phase and 3-phase EMC filters for DIN rail mounting
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