The Liebert Type SS combines silicon avalanche diode
(SAD) and metal oxide varistor (MOV) protection in a single cabinet.
5V protection thanks to Semtech's proprietary EPD process technology, which provides low standoff voltages with significant reductions in leakage current and capacitance over silicon avalanche diode
Both devices are based on Semtech's proprietary process technology that enables low standoff voltages while exhibiting lower leakage currents and lower capacitance over traditional silicon avalanche diode
The EPD process enables low standoff voltages while exhibiting lower leakage currents and lower capacitance over traditional silicon avalanche diode
The TVS diodes in the RClamp3304N are constructed using Semtech's proprietary Enhanced Punch-through Diode (EPD) process technology that provides low standoff voltages and enables very low leakage currents and capacitance over traditional silicon avalanche diode
Nasdaq NM:SMTC) Tuesday announced a new member of its RailClamp Series of silicon avalanche diode
arrays that provides a simple, low-cost solution for protecting microcontrollers or other electronic components from the damaging effects of voltage surges via high speed external data lines and interfaces.
An n+p+p-n+ structure provides low standoff voltages with significant reductions in leakage currents and capacitance over silicon avalanche diode
Silicon avalanche diodes
(commonly known as Transorbs) and metal oxide varistors (MOVs) are typical clamping devices.
Silicon Avalanche Diodes
(SASD) are true solid state semi-conductors, as are the components that comprise the sophisticated circuitry of modern electronic equipment.
This series replaces the ganging of between 40 and 150 5,000watt silicon avalanche diodes
, virtually eliminating manufacturing errors caused by incorrect board placement and connection of individual components, thus reducing manufacturing costs.
Metal-oxide varistors (MOVs) and silicon avalanche diodes
(SADs) are currently the surge suppression components of choice because of their reaction time to transients.
Most existing transient voltage surge suppressor (TVSS) devices -- metal oxide varistors (MOV), silicon avalanche diodes
, selenium cells, gas discharge tubes and hybrid surge suppressors -- are based on a two-decade-old technology.