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William Miller
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re: Power supply protection for aviation and defense applications
William Miller   1/25/2013 3:07:01 PM
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Power supply protection is a huge step towards better future with safer and greener technology and energy resources in our country and abroad. Any research is useful until its costs don't overflow possible income and revenue. William - http://www.carid.com/

Sanjib.A
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re: Power supply protection for aviation and defense applications
Sanjib.A   2/21/2011 5:43:09 PM
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It looks to me that this device could help in achieving compliance to the EMC requirements against Voltage Surge (EN61000-4-5) and Electrical Fast Transient Burst (EFT: EN61000-4-4) for the power-supplies.

DrFPGA
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re: Power supply protection for aviation and defense applications
DrFPGA   2/17/2011 9:27:08 PM
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Is there any data logging that can be done to capture characteristics of surge events that could help adapt the circuit to better handle future events?



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