Transient suppression

A 16-p brochure details a new line of selenium-enhanced electrical transient suppression filter systems. The material explains how selenium rectifiers are used as the first line of defense to protect MOVs from wear and tear and thereby extend their life.
By Staff September 1, 1998

A 16-p brochure details a new line of selenium-enhanced electrical transient suppression filter systems. The material explains how selenium rectifiers are used as the first line of defense to protect MOVs from wear and tear and thereby extend their life. Models offer single pulse surge current capacity up to 600,000 A.

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