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SMF5.0A ~ SMF170A Suppressors
Mico Commerical Components' SMF5.0(C)A~SMF170(c)A is designed to protect voltage sensitive component from high voltage, high energy transients. Order now at DigiKey.
SR1045 10 A, 45 V Schottky Barrier Rectifier
Micro Commercial Components' SR1045 10A, 45V rectifier employs the Schottky barrier principle in a large area, metal-to-silicon power diode.
Power Zeners in SMA and SMB Packages
MCC's power zener diodes offer good electrical performance by using planar die and are available in SMA and SMB packages.
TIDesigns from Texas Instruments offers schematics, block diagrams, BOMs, design files and test reports. Visit TIDesigns and order products at DigiKey today!
The standard fast and super fast rectifiers in board-space-saving SOD-123FL package have a glass passivated die structure for good electrical performance.
MLESD for High Speed Port Protection
Micro Commerical Components' Polymer ESD protection devices are designed to protect high speed data lines from ESD. Order now at Digikey.
Transistor Basics: NPN & PNP Using 2N3904, 2N3906, 2N2222, and 2N2907
A brief discussion of transistors ranging from their history, what they are, how they work, how to choose an appropriate one, and application examples.
Schottky Bridge Rectifier
Micro Commercial Components' 1 A Schottky bridge rectifier series devices are ideal for both first and second generation Power over Ethernet (PoE) designs, as well as general purpose full wave ratification and reverse polarity protection applications. Order now at DigiKey.
Ethernet Protection Products
The major transient threats to Ethernet systems, applications for Ethernet protection devices, and an overview of MCC's Ethernet protection device offering.
Transient Voltage Suppressors
MCC's TVS diodes offer extensive range meeting industry requirements from 400 W to 30 KW, exhibit excellent clamping ration, and no inherent wear-out mechanism.
Simply Put - 2N3904 NPN Transistor
The common 2N3904 NPN Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) is used for low-power amplification and switching. See example of simple switching circuit design.
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