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PolySwitch PPTC Devices and Applications – Mouser and Littelfuse

 

Sometimes you’d like to just press reset after an overcurrent event. For those kinds of designs, a PPTC device is exactly what you need. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton talks to Eric Lineman from Littelfuse about resettable overcurrent protection with PolySwitch PPTC, and how it can help your next design.

Click here for more information about Littelfuse PolySwitch Resettable Devices

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