- Audio/Video Processing
- Battery Charging
- Circuit Protection
- Data Conversion
- Data Storage
- Display Systems
- Embedded Processing
- Energy Harvesting
- Energy Storage
- Eval/Dev Tool
- General Purpose
- Human Interface
- Industrial Automation
- Industrial Control
- IoT Internet of Things
- Motor Control
- Optical Communication
- Power Management
- RF/EMI Shielding
- Signal Processing
- Single Board Computer
- Thermal Management
- Timing & Clock Management
- Wired Communication
- Wireless Communication
NXP's digital configurable LLC and multimode PFC controllers offer an extensive level of protections.
Littelfuse's AQRV05-4HTG integrates low capacitance rail-to-rail diodes with an additional Zener diode to protect each I/O pin against ESD and surge events.
Molex's PowerWize high-current wire-to-board/wire-to-busbar connectors come in two sizes and the headers can be mounted on printed circuit boards or busbars.
Tempo’s classic tone and probe kit allows users to identify wires from a bundle and monitor voltage passing through the circuit.
The second largest SB® housing, APP's SB 175 connectors work with wire contacts up to 1/0 AWG (50 mm²) and busbar contacts.
EPC's EPC2071 pulsed current GaN FET is a significantly smaller and more efficient device for high-performance, space-constrained applications.
Semtech's industry leading TVS protection devices safeguard high-speed automotive Ethernet from electrostatic discharge (ESD) and other overvoltage transients.
Bel Inc.’s 3.5 mm audio cables are compatible with smartphones, laptops, tablets, and more.
Anderson Power Products SB® 120 Connectors extend the temperature range down to -40°C while offering enhanced UV and chemical resistance.
Eaton Bussmann's Fusetron™ FRN-R/FRS-R series time-delay fuses provide energy-efficient advanced protection.
With the largest housing in the SB® line, APP's SB 350 genderless connectors work with wire contacts up to 350 mcm (150 mm²) and busbar contacts.
Stewart Connector’s essential modular jack series is designed for consumer and telecom products.
Siemens’ SIRIUS 3RU2 thermal overload relays offer reduced temperature in the control cabinet.