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overvoltage

(ˈəʊvəˌvəʊltɪdʒ)
n
(Electrical Engineering) a voltage above the normal level
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GDT uses a breakthrough flat package and horizontal circuitry design to innovatively meet the more sensitive overvoltage protection requirements of high density and space-restricted applications such as telecommunications and industrial communications equipment, surge protective devices and printed circuit board (PCB) assemblies.
Co The price of surge suppressors is well below the damage caused by overvoltage
There are three overvoltage alert LEDs that indicate a slight overvolt when the green one burns, a moderate overvolt when the yellow one burns and a high overvolt when the red one burns.
Maximum transient overvoltage on healthy phases occur if the earth fault happens at the instantaneous voltage maximum in faulty phase.
It is undesirable for the overvoltage ratio to be less than 2, on the grounds that below this value intensity and peak-to-background ratio decline significantly.
A solenoid can hammer itself to pieces from excessive force caused by overvoltage or by a reduced load in the return spring it is pulling against.
The 25 V on-chip, high-input voltage-tolerance enables a built-in overvoltage protection circuit and eliminates an external overvoltage protection circuit, contributing to a substantial reduction in the mounting area.
which focuses on transient voltage-surge suppression technology, says it has developed a rugged, standalone surge protection system that protects the entire facility from all sources of transient overvoltage, reducing downtime and maintenance of electronic equipment.
With a surge suppressor, you can be sure of one thing: the price of the equipment is still incomparably low considering the damage overvoltage may cause," said Christian Bertrand, Regional Director, Business Development & Support, APC - ME & Turkey.
The Powerware 5110 is designed to protect small office computer and telephone equipment from frequent power problems, such as power outages, surges and sags, as well as brownout and overvoltage conditions.
PLANO, Texas -- Diodes Incorporated (Nasdaq: DIOD), a leading global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality application specific standard products within the broad discrete, logic and analog semiconductor markets, today announced the introduction of an overvoltage clamp for the protection of power management ICs (PMIC) in portable applications.
And in addition to overvoltage protection for the supply voltage pin and a brown in/out (undervoltage) countermeasure for the input voltage pin, overcurrent and secondary overvoltage protection functions are included, ensuring continuous operation in industrial equipment while improving reliability considerably.