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2001-06-13 What is a silicon transient voltage suppressor? And how does it work?
This application note defines and explains the nature and operation of silicon transient voltage suppressors.
2001-09-11 What is a silicon transient voltage suppressor?
This application note illustrates why a silicon transient voltage suppressor (TVS) is needed and how it diverts transient current away from vulnerable circuitry, and reviews device pulse power ratings.
2003-02-05 Voltage suppressor protects line cards with SSRs
STMicro's SSRP105B1 dual asymmetric transient voltage suppressor protects line cards in telecom equipment that use solid-state relays.
2003-01-06 Vishay suppressor extends breakdown voltage to 540V
The company has expanded its TVS family of products with the addition of models that are rated for breakdown voltages of up to 540V.
2008-05-09 Transient voltage suppressor guards DSL line drivers
Semtech has announced the TClamp1201S, a 12V, low-capacitance protection device for xDSL applications that features low clamping voltage and a flow-through package design to protect new xDSL line drivers.
2001-06-14 Selecting the optimum transient voltage suppressor
This application note discusses the considerations that must be noted in choosing the suitable transient voltage suppressor for a particular application.
2003-05-29 Selecting an ESD Suppressor
This application note provides guidelines for choosing the appropriate ESD suppressor for a given application.
2003-07-30 Good-ark voltage suppressor targets LAN apps
The SMAJ15 transient voltage suppressor from Suzhou Good-Ark Electronic meets IEC 1000-4-2 (IEC801-2) standard and is designed for ESD and EFT protection.
2002-04-24 Cooper suppressor withstands 15kV of ESD
Designed for use in PDAs, printers, and scanning devices, the 0603ESDA chip polymer ESD suppressor from Cooper Electronic Technologies withstands up to 15kV of ESD voltage and provides a typical leakage current of <1nA (12Vdc).
2001-06-13 Automotive transient voltage suppressor
This application note discusses General Semiconductor's transient voltage suppressors that are specifically used for automotive overvoltage protection.
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.
2004-12-17 Vishay unveils new package type for rectifier, TVS products
Vishay disclosed that it has launched a new package type for its rectifier and transient voltage suppressor products.
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.
2001-06-13 Using the power versus time curve
This application note discusses how to derive the maximum transient power and current capability for silicon transient voltage suppressors (TVS) for conditions other than 10/1000? pulse time.
2001-09-11 Using the power versus time curve
This application note guides the reader in determining peak pulse power and peak pulse current for pulse widths of different values than those specified for a given device.
2001-09-18 TVS/Chip product overview
This application note outlines Microsemi's offerings of transient voltage suppressor (TVS) chip-size products that include TVS/Chip, TVS/Cell, SMT/Cell and TVS/FlipChip.
2011-01-19 TVS touts low capacitance for HD multimedia interface
ST introduces the ESDAXLC6-1MY2, a transient voltage suppressor (TVS) that allows increased high-definition (HD) picture quality due to its ultralow capacitance.
2001-06-13 TVS placement the critical path to the leading edge
This application note discusses the relevance of placing transient voltage suppressors close to the vulnerable components in order to "catch" the leading edge of transient surges with very steep rise times.
2009-11-16 TVS offers 200A forward surge current
The new transient voltage suppressor from Vishay Intertechnology offers a 27 percent smaller footprint than SMC devices.
2009-02-11 TVS diodes tout 67 W/mm? surge capability
NXP Semiconductors has launched a new range of transient voltage suppressor (TVS) diodes housed in its new FlatPower package, SOD123W.
2001-06-14 TRANSZORB TVS selection: Unidirectional vs. Bidirectional
This application note describes the selection criteria for a TRANSZORB transient voltage suppressor diode by presenting two options: a unidirectional or bidirectional device.
2001-09-18 Transient voltage protection across high-data rate & RF lines
This application note discusses the use of Microsemi's LoCAP low-capacitance silicon TVS devices for protection across high data rate and RF lines to prevent signal attenuation at high transmission rates.
2001-06-13 Transient suppressors, a competitive look
This application note provides an overview about transient suppressors, and compares the two leading types of suppressors: zinc oxide varistors and transient voltage suppressors (TVS).
2003-05-26 Transient Suppression Devices and Principles
This application note discusses the basic principles and functions of transient suppression devices.
2014-06-13 The key to solving ESD problems
Modern ICs are generally equipped with a minimum level of ESD protection to safely survive the manufacturing process. However, the level is typically very low and the ESD test model used is nothing like what can be seen in the field while the application is in the hands of the user.
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 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.
2012-01-16 Surge stopper touts unlimited overvoltage protection
The LTC4366 operates from 9V to greater than 500V and features a rugged floating topology with user adjustable maximum output.
2001-06-14 Surface mount low capacitance TVS: The discrete solution
This application note explains how to achieve a low junction capacitance of low-voltage transient voltage suppressors.
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