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Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P1203EB60AP 100 mA, battrax quad negative SLIC protector


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Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P2103ZB60AP 275 V, two-chip sidactor device

Product Description
SIDACtor components are solid state crowbar devices designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements, Teccor makes SIDACtor devices with a patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968 (formerly known as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950.

Advantages
  Compared to surge suppression using other technologies, SIDACtor devices offer absolute surge protection regardless of the surge current available and the rate of applied voltage (dv/dt). SIDACtor devices:
• Cannot be damaged by voltage
• Eliminate hysteresis and heat dissipation typically found with clamping devices
• Eliminate voltage overshoot caused by fast-rising transients
• Are non-degenerative
• Will not fatigue
• Have low capacitance, making them ideal for high-speed transmission equipment

Applications
  When protecting telecommunication circuits, SIDACtor devices are connected across Tip and Ring for metallic protection and across Tip and Ground and Ring and Ground for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed behind some type of current-limiting device, such as Teccor’s F1250T Telelink slow blow fuse. Common applications include:
• Central office line cards (SLICs)
• T-1/E-1, ISDN, and xDSL transmission equipment
• Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) such as phones, modems, and caller ID adjunct boxes
• PBXs, KSUs, and other switches
• Primary protection including main distribution frames, five-pin modules, building entrance equipment, and station protection modules
• Data lines and security systems
• CATV line amplifiers and power inserters
• Sprinkler systems

 


other parts : A1806AA3AP A1806AA3RP A1806AA3TP A1806AA4AP A1806AA4RP A1806AA4TP A1806AA6AP A1806AA6RP A1806AA6TP A1806AB3AP 
Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P2102ZB60AP 275 V, two-chip sidactor device

Product Description
SIDACtor components are solid state crowbar devices designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements, Teccor makes SIDACtor devices with a patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968 (formerly known as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950.

Advantages
  Compared to surge suppression using other technologies, SIDACtor devices offer absolute surge protection regardless of the surge current available and the rate of applied voltage (dv/dt). SIDACtor devices:
• Cannot be damaged by voltage
• Eliminate hysteresis and heat dissipation typically found with clamping devices
• Eliminate voltage overshoot caused by fast-rising transients
• Are non-degenerative
• Will not fatigue
• Have low capacitance, making them ideal for high-speed transmission equipment

Applications
  When protecting telecommunication circuits, SIDACtor devices are connected across Tip and Ring for metallic protection and across Tip and Ground and Ring and Ground for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed behind some type of current-limiting device, such as Teccor’s F1250T Telelink slow blow fuse. Common applications include:
• Central office line cards (SLICs)
• T-1/E-1, ISDN, and xDSL transmission equipment
• Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) such as phones, modems, and caller ID adjunct boxes
• PBXs, KSUs, and other switches
• Primary protection including main distribution frames, five-pin modules, building entrance equipment, and station protection modules
• Data lines and security systems
• CATV line amplifiers and power inserters
• Sprinkler systems

 


other parts : A1806AA3AP A1806AA3RP A1806AA3TP A1806AA4AP A1806AA4RP A1806AA4TP A1806AA6AP A1806AA6RP A1806AA6TP A1806AB3AP 
Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P1202EB60AP 100 mA, battrax quad negative SLIC protector

Product Description
SIDACtorcomponents are solid state crowbar devices designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements, Teccor makes SIDACtordevices with a patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968 (formerly known as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950.

Advantages
Compared to surge suppression using other technologies, SIDACtordevices offer absolute surge protection regardless of the surge current available and the rate of applied voltage (dv/dt). SIDACtordevices:

•  Cannot be damaged by voltage
•  Eliminate hysteresis and heat dissipation typically found with clamping devices
•  Eliminate voltage overshoot caused by fast-rising transients
•  Are non-degenerative
•  Will not fatigue
•  Have low capacitance, making them ideal for high-speed transmission equipment

Applications
When protecting telecommunication circuits, SIDACtordevices are connected across Tip and Ring for metallic protection and across Tip and Ground and Ring and Ground for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed behind some type of current-limiting device, such as Teccor’s F1250T Telelinkslow blow fuse. Common applications include:

•  Central office line cards (SLICs)
•  T-1/E-1, ISDN, and xDSL transmission equipment
•  Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) such as phones, modems, and caller ID adjunct boxes
•  PBXs, KSUs, and other switches
•  Primary protection including main distribution frames, five-pin modules, building entrance equipment, and station protection modules
•  Data lines and security systems
•  CATV line amplifiers and power inserters
•  Sprinkler systems


other parts : A1220UC4 A1225UA4 A1225UB4 A1225UC4 A1806AA3 A1806AA4 A1806AA6 A1806AB3 A1806AB4 A1806AB6 
Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P1201EB60AP 100 mA, battrax quad negative SLIC protector

Product Description
SIDACtorcomponents are solid state crowbar devices designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements, Teccor makes SIDACtordevices with a patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968 (formerly known as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950.

Advantages
Compared to surge suppression using other technologies, SIDACtordevices offer absolute surge protection regardless of the surge current available and the rate of applied voltage (dv/dt). SIDACtordevices:

•  Cannot be damaged by voltage
•  Eliminate hysteresis and heat dissipation typically found with clamping devices
•  Eliminate voltage overshoot caused by fast-rising transients
•  Are non-degenerative
•  Will not fatigue
•  Have low capacitance, making them ideal for high-speed transmission equipment

Applications
When protecting telecommunication circuits, SIDACtordevices are connected across Tip and Ring for metallic protection and across Tip and Ground and Ring and Ground for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed behind some type of current-limiting device, such as Teccor’s F1250T Telelinkslow blow fuse. Common applications include:

•  Central office line cards (SLICs)
•  T-1/E-1, ISDN, and xDSL transmission equipment
•  Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) such as phones, modems, and caller ID adjunct boxes
•  PBXs, KSUs, and other switches
•  Primary protection including main distribution frames, five-pin modules, building entrance equipment, and station protection modules
•  Data lines and security systems
•  CATV line amplifiers and power inserters
•  Sprinkler systems


other parts : A1220UC4 A1225UA4 A1225UB4 A1225UC4 A1806AA3 A1806AA4 A1806AA6 A1806AB3 A1806AB4 A1806AB6 
Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P2101ZB60AP 275 V, two-chip sidactor device

Product Description
SIDACtor components are solid state crowbar devices designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements, Teccor makes SIDACtor devices with a patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968 (formerly known as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950.

Advantages
  Compared to surge suppression using other technologies, SIDACtor devices offer absolute surge protection regardless of the surge current available and the rate of applied voltage (dv/dt). SIDACtor devices:
• Cannot be damaged by voltage
• Eliminate hysteresis and heat dissipation typically found with clamping devices
• Eliminate voltage overshoot caused by fast-rising transients
• Are non-degenerative
• Will not fatigue
• Have low capacitance, making them ideal for high-speed transmission equipment

Applications
  When protecting telecommunication circuits, SIDACtor devices are connected across Tip and Ring for metallic protection and across Tip and Ground and Ring and Ground for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed behind some type of current-limiting device, such as Teccor’s F1250T Telelink slow blow fuse. Common applications include:
• Central office line cards (SLICs)
• T-1/E-1, ISDN, and xDSL transmission equipment
• Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) such as phones, modems, and caller ID adjunct boxes
• PBXs, KSUs, and other switches
• Primary protection including main distribution frames, five-pin modules, building entrance equipment, and station protection modules
• Data lines and security systems
• CATV line amplifiers and power inserters
• Sprinkler systems

 


other parts : A1806AA3AP A1806AA3RP A1806AA3TP A1806AA4AP A1806AA4RP A1806AA4TP A1806AA6AP A1806AA6RP A1806AA6TP A1806AB3AP 
Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P1200EB60AP 100 mA, battrax quad negative SLIC protector

Product Description
SIDACtorcomponents are solid state crowbar devices designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements, Teccor makes SIDACtordevices with a patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968 (formerly known as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950.

Advantages
Compared to surge suppression using other technologies, SIDACtordevices offer absolute surge protection regardless of the surge current available and the rate of applied voltage (dv/dt). SIDACtordevices:

•  Cannot be damaged by voltage
•  Eliminate hysteresis and heat dissipation typically found with clamping devices
•  Eliminate voltage overshoot caused by fast-rising transients
•  Are non-degenerative
•  Will not fatigue
•  Have low capacitance, making them ideal for high-speed transmission equipment

Applications
When protecting telecommunication circuits, SIDACtordevices are connected across Tip and Ring for metallic protection and across Tip and Ground and Ring and Ground for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed behind some type of current-limiting device, such as Teccor’s F1250T Telelinkslow blow fuse. Common applications include:

•  Central office line cards (SLICs)
•  T-1/E-1, ISDN, and xDSL transmission equipment
•  Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) such as phones, modems, and caller ID adjunct boxes
•  PBXs, KSUs, and other switches
•  Primary protection including main distribution frames, five-pin modules, building entrance equipment, and station protection modules
•  Data lines and security systems
•  CATV line amplifiers and power inserters
•  Sprinkler systems


other parts : A1220UC4 A1225UA4 A1225UB4 A1225UC4 A1806AA3 A1806AA4 A1806AA6 A1806AB3 A1806AB4 A1806AB6 
Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P2100ZB60AP 275 V, two-chip sidactor device

Product Description
SIDACtor components are solid state crowbar devices designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements, Teccor makes SIDACtor devices with a patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968 (formerly known as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950.

Advantages
  Compared to surge suppression using other technologies, SIDACtor devices offer absolute surge protection regardless of the surge current available and the rate of applied voltage (dv/dt). SIDACtor devices:
• Cannot be damaged by voltage
• Eliminate hysteresis and heat dissipation typically found with clamping devices
• Eliminate voltage overshoot caused by fast-rising transients
• Are non-degenerative
• Will not fatigue
• Have low capacitance, making them ideal for high-speed transmission equipment

Applications
  When protecting telecommunication circuits, SIDACtor devices are connected across Tip and Ring for metallic protection and across Tip and Ground and Ring and Ground for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed behind some type of current-limiting device, such as Teccor’s F1250T Telelink slow blow fuse. Common applications include:
• Central office line cards (SLICs)
• T-1/E-1, ISDN, and xDSL transmission equipment
• Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) such as phones, modems, and caller ID adjunct boxes
• PBXs, KSUs, and other switches
• Primary protection including main distribution frames, five-pin modules, building entrance equipment, and station protection modules
• Data lines and security systems
• CATV line amplifiers and power inserters
• Sprinkler systems

 


other parts : A1806AA3AP A1806AA3RP A1806AA3TP A1806AA4AP A1806AA4RP A1806AA4TP A1806AA6AP A1806AA6RP A1806AA6TP A1806AB3AP 
Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P1203ZB60AP 100 mA, battrax quad negative SLIC protector

Product Description
SIDACtorcomponents are solid state crowbar devices designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements, Teccor makes SIDACtordevices with a patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968 (formerly known as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950.

Advantages
Compared to surge suppression using other technologies, SIDACtordevices offer absolute surge protection regardless of the surge current available and the rate of applied voltage (dv/dt). SIDACtordevices:

•  Cannot be damaged by voltage
•  Eliminate hysteresis and heat dissipation typically found with clamping devices
•  Eliminate voltage overshoot caused by fast-rising transients
•  Are non-degenerative
•  Will not fatigue
•  Have low capacitance, making them ideal for high-speed transmission equipment

Applications
When protecting telecommunication circuits, SIDACtordevices are connected across Tip and Ring for metallic protection and across Tip and Ground and Ring and Ground for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed behind some type of current-limiting device, such as Teccor’s F1250T Telelinkslow blow fuse. Common applications include:

•  Central office line cards (SLICs)
•  T-1/E-1, ISDN, and xDSL transmission equipment
•  Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) such as phones, modems, and caller ID adjunct boxes
•  PBXs, KSUs, and other switches
•  Primary protection including main distribution frames, five-pin modules, building entrance equipment, and station protection modules
•  Data lines and security systems
•  CATV line amplifiers and power inserters
•  Sprinkler systems


other parts : A1220UC4 A1225UA4 A1225UB4 A1225UC4 A1806AA3 A1806AA4 A1806AA6 A1806AB3 A1806AB4 A1806AB6 
Teccor-Electronics
Teccor-ElectronicsTeccor-Electronics
P2103MB60AP 275 V, two-chip sidactor device

Product Description
SIDACtor components are solid state crowbar devices designed to protect telecom equipment during hazardous transient conditions. Capitalizing on the latest in thyristor advancements, Teccor makes SIDACtor devices with a patented ion implant technology. This technology ensures effective protection within nanoseconds, up to 5000 A surge current ratings, and simple solutions for regulatory requirements such as GR 1089, TIA-968 (formerly known as FCC Part 68), ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, and UL 60950.

Advantages
  Compared to surge suppression using other technologies, SIDACtor devices offer absolute surge protection regardless of the surge current available and the rate of applied voltage (dv/dt). SIDACtor devices:
• Cannot be damaged by voltage
• Eliminate hysteresis and heat dissipation typically found with clamping devices
• Eliminate voltage overshoot caused by fast-rising transients
• Are non-degenerative
• Will not fatigue
• Have low capacitance, making them ideal for high-speed transmission equipment

Applications
  When protecting telecommunication circuits, SIDACtor devices are connected across Tip and Ring for metallic protection and across Tip and Ground and Ring and Ground for longitudinal protection. They typically are placed behind some type of current-limiting device, such as Teccor’s F1250T Telelink slow blow fuse. Common applications include:
• Central office line cards (SLICs)
• T-1/E-1, ISDN, and xDSL transmission equipment
• Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) such as phones, modems, and caller ID adjunct boxes
• PBXs, KSUs, and other switches
• Primary protection including main distribution frames, five-pin modules, building entrance equipment, and station protection modules
• Data lines and security systems
• CATV line amplifiers and power inserters
• Sprinkler systems

 


other parts : A1806AA3AP A1806AA3RP A1806AA3TP A1806AA4AP A1806AA4RP A1806AA4TP A1806AA6AP A1806AA6RP A1806AA6TP A1806AB3AP 

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