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iDesign ESD Selection Tool Tutorial

Selecting the right ESD protection components and verifying their performance can be an expensive, time-consuming, and often incomplete process because the protection device is not considered in relation to the device it is protecting. The ESD iDesign online tool lets you identify the Littelfuse TVS Diode Array best suited to your application in four easy steps.

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iDesign Fuse Selection Tool Tutorial

One of the most time-consuming aspects of selecting the right fuse is sifting through all the options. All too often, they produce dozens of part number recommendations or none at all, depending on the parameters you input. Now, this process is much more ideal by offering circuit designers a fast, intuitive way to identify the best component for an application.

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Fuse Holder, Block, and Clip Selection Tool Tutorial

Littelfuse created the iDesign platform in response to customer requests for a fast, simple way to identify the most appropriate solutions for their circuit protection applications. Now we have made a great new addition, the Fuse Holder, Block, and Clip Selection Tool. Easily find the right fuse holder, block or clip based on your selected fuse or circuit parameters.

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 Why Did the ESD Protection Fail?

Most electronic devices include ESD protection circuitry to guard against ESD events the device can be expected to encounter. Typically, the design engineer selects these ESD protection devices based on the rated protection voltage listed on the data sheet, includes the part in the design, and everything is fine. But sometimes a device will fail ESD testing at a voltage lower than it is rated for, or maybe a customer experiences an ESD failure. This often leads to frustration and confusion with little or no answers to the question: “Why did the ESD protection fail?”

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The Importance of Selecting the Right Circuit Protection

Circuit protection is used in virtually every electronic device, protecting not only the device, but people, businesses, and reputations.  These devices guard sensitive electronics against damage from overcurrent, overvoltage, ESD, surges, and other destructive events. Selecting the right protection is a challenge, but doing so just got easier.

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