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7/18/2022 GFCIs, Prevention through Design, Need Greater Prioritization Electrical Safety in the Workplace

Electrical shock is incredibly dangerous. Not only is it dangerous, but it is also a common occurrence where resulting injuries—if not fatal—can lead to lifelong complications.

7/7/2022 Hot Tips for Industrial Electrical Safety Plant Services

Innovative tools and accessories help protect against serious industrial hazards.

5/5/2022 How Inline Fuses Save Solar Developers Time and Money ElectricSmarts

An innovative approach to fusing is one way designers are simplifying their wiring systems.

11/30/2021 Fuseology Fundamentals IAEI Magazine

An important part of developing quality overcurrent protection is an understanding of system needs and overcurrent protective device fundamentals.

10/28/2021 Protecting Fast EV Charging Stations EE World Online

Several standards dictate safety measures that fast charging stations must employ.

10/25/2021 Protecting Fast EV Charging Stations Power Electronics Tips

Several standards dictate safety measures that fast charging stations must employ.

10/21/2021 How to Protect USB Type-C connectors from ESD and Overtemperature Electronics Products

Mobile device engineers can protect their designs by using TVS diodes to safeguard the USB lines and digital temperature indicators to protect the USB Type-C connectors.

9/29/2021 How to Protect Communication Ports from Unwanted Interruptions: Part 1 - Power Over Ethernet (PoE / PoE++) Embedded Computing Design

Designers often neglect to consider that electrostatic discharge (ESD) and power-line induced transients can impact the electronic circuitry not directly connected to the AC power line.

9/1/2021 Prevalent and Deadly: Electrical Shock Prevention Needs a Jolt of Change Plant Services

The continued reality around electrical fatalities requires more than PPE and safety training.

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