PGD037S030CSA01 - PGD Series

Series: PGD
Obsolete: 2007 -12-05
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With similar performance features as the surface mount ESD products, the connector array products provide the first line of defense against ESD events. For use in standard D-Subminiatures, these suppressors intercept the ESD pulses before they enter the electronic equipment. The pulses are shunted to the grounded shell of the connector and kept off of the circuit board. The connector configuration takes up zero board space and can also be used as a retrofit solution in cases where the ESD problem was identified after the board design was complete.
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pdf icon Why does USB 2.0 need Circuit Protection Application Note

This application brief demonstrates how to ensure reliable and safe circuit operation of USB products, protection against voltage and current transients must be carefully considered. Due to the higher data rates of USB 2.0, attention to the electrical characteristics of protection solutions is required.

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