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June 27, 2022

 

MC Pxxx0S3N Series High Surge Current SIDACtor from Littelfuse 1 400

SIDACtor® Series DO-214AB (Surface Mount) package are designed to protect low data rate interface and outdoor data interface such as RS-232 or RS-423 in industrial market. They provide a surface mount solution that enables equipment to comply with global regulatory standards. The component’s switching threshold Vs and on-state voltage VT are much lower than traditional Gas Discharge Tube (GDT) technology.

Features:

  • •Low voltage overshoot
  • •Low on-state voltage
  • •Component properties do not degrade after multiple surge events within its limits
  • •Fails short circuit when surged in excess of ratings
  • •Fast response in microseconds
  • •2nd level interconnect is Pb-free per IPC/JEDEC J-STD-609A.01

Applications:

The target applications are protection for general industrial outdoor data interface such as short loop interfaces (< 10 m) located at Base Station sites, RS-232 or RS-423 interfaces (low data rates).

DCS Littelfuse at IVT Expo Gernamny 2 400

 

 

 

To learn more about the SIDACtor® Series from Littlefuse, download the Date Sheet by clicking here or visit the Product Page by clicking here  

 

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