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STMicroelectronics SMP-0SCMC Micro Capacitance Trisils STMicroelectronics SMP-0SCMC Micro Capacitance Trisils
08/19/2014 -
Designed to protect broadband telecommunication equipment such as DSL modems, subscriber gateways and DSLAMs.
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Bourns Dual Polarity SLIC Surge Protector Bourns Dual Polarity SLIC Surge Protector
12/13/2013 -
Integrated complementary buffered-gate SCRS for dual polarity SLIC over-voltage protection.
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Bourns TISP61089M P-Gate Overvoltage Protector Bourns TISP61089M P-Gate Overvoltage Protector
10/03/2013 -
Dual voltage-programmable protector featuring High 70A 5/310 capability.
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Littelfuse SDP Biased Series SIDACtor® Protection Thyristor Littelfuse SDP Biased Series SIDACtor® Protection Thyristor
09/19/2013 -
Overvoltage protection for applications such as VDSL2, ADSL2, & ADSL2+ w/minimal effect on data signals.
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Littelfuse Thyristor Quadracs for LED Dimmer Applications Littelfuse Thyristor Quadracs for LED Dimmer Applications
04/30/2013 -
Designed for low load current characteristics typical in LED lighting applications; offers full control of light output at the extreme low end of load conditions w/min. probability of flickering.
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Littelfuse Thyristor Triacs for LED Dimmer Applications Littelfuse Thyristor Triacs for LED Dimmer Applications
04/30/2013 -
Designed for low load current characteristics typical in LED lighting applications; offers full control of light output at the extreme low end of load conditions w/min. probability of flickering.
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Bourns TISP4SxxxBJ Single Bidirectional Thyristor Surge Protectors Bourns TISP4SxxxBJ Single Bidirectional Thyristor Surge Protectors
11/01/2012 -
Designed to limit overvoltages on telephone lines. Provides 2-point protection and is typically used for the protection of 2-wire telecommunication equipment.
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Littelfuse SDP Series SOT23-5 SIDACtor® Protection Thyristors Littelfuse SDP Series SOT23-5 SIDACtor® Protection Thyristors
10/22/2012 -
Provides tertiary or line driver side protection for VDSL2+, ADSL2 applications & general I/O protection functions. Surge protection up to 50A (8/20μs) within nanoseconds.
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STMicroelectronics TN1205H High Temperature 12A SCRs STMicroelectronics TN1205H High Temperature 12A SCRs
09/25/2012 -
Very high switching capability up to a junction temperature of 150°C.
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NXP Semiconductors BTxxx Sensitive Gate Triacs NXP Semiconductors BTxxx Sensitive Gate Triacs
09/12/2012 -
Intended for use in general purpose bidirectional switching and phase control applications.
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NXP Semiconductors BTAxxx High Commutation Three Quadrant Triac NXP Semiconductors BTAxxx High Commutation Three Quadrant Triac
08/29/2012 -
Balances the requirements of commutation performance and gate sensitivity.
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Littelfuse K Series SIDACs Littelfuse K Series SIDACs
08/28/2012 -
Silicon bilateral voltage-triggered switch; triggering voltage of 79V to 380V approximately.
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Littelfuse Q Series Switching Thyristors Littelfuse Q Series Switching Thyristors
08/28/2012 -
Bidirectional, solid-state protection devices designed to handle loads from 0.8 A to 40 A rms with 10 mA, 25 mA, and 50 mA IGT
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Littelfuse SIDACtor® Baseband Protection Thyristors Littelfuse SIDACtor® Baseband Protection Thyristors
05/03/2012 -
Protects equipment during hazardous transient conditions; ensures effective protection in nanoseconds, up to 3000 A 1.2-50-8/20 surge current ratings.
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Littelfuse SMA Series SIDACs - EXPANSION Littelfuse SMA Series SIDACs - EXPANSION
05/01/2012 -
Lower profile SMA package with excellent surge rating, does not degrade surge capability after multiple events.
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Littelfuse Pxxx1DF-1 / Pxxx1DF-1E SIDACtor® Thyristors Littelfuse Pxxx1DF-1 / Pxxx1DF-1E SIDACtor® Thyristors
02/22/2011 -
Protects sensitive SLICs from damaging overvoltage transients.
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