Littelfuse rolls 600W TVS diodes06 Feb 2013
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Littelfuse Inc. has announced a series of transient voltage suppression (TVS) diodes that according to the company can provide secondary transient voltage protection from transients induced by load dump and other transient voltage events. The company added that the TPSMA6L series is geared for automotive electronic control units, sensors, entertainment systems and other applications that require high reliability.
The SMA device's low profile DO-221AC package is less than 1.1mm high, but it offers the same peak pulse power dissipation (PPPM) rating (600W) as standard SMB devices, noted The company. The TPSMA6L series also claims to offer superior electrical performance in a small footprint package, allowing designers to upgrade their circuit protection without altering their existing design footprint or provide more robust protection in new circuit layouts.
The AEC-Q101-qualified TPSMA6L series TVS diode is available in quantities of 3,000 in tape and reel packaging. Samples are available for bulk orders. Sample requests can be placed through authorised Littelfuse distributors.
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