We’ve created a video highlighting ProTek Devices’ activities during the first half of 2016. You can watch it here or read the summary below. Please be sure to share this post or the video with any interested party.
In May, we introduced two new circuit protection components that shield a variety of networking, mobile and other computing applications from the destructive effects of electrical transients. The GBLC03CIDNHP is an ultra-low capacitance (0.6pF typical) TVS array available in a bidirectional configuration. The SRV25-4LC is a port protection array that also boasts ultra-low capacitance (1.0pF typical). Get more details about this product here.
Over the next few months we will be unveiling a few new circuit protection TVS arrays / steering diodes for a variety of applications. Applications to be covered include smartphones and other portable electronics, Ethernet, USB, video and display interfaces, set top boxes, laptop and desktop computers, smart TVs, and more. There are a variety of ways to stay informed about these updates. You can sign up for our newsletter here. You can also regularly check out our news section or sign up for our RSS feed.
Automotive Circuit Protection Poster
We’ve developed and made available for download a new wall poster that highlights the many components ProTek Devices offers specifically for automotive circuit protection. These components can cover all aspects of a vehicle, from antennas and USB ports to display interfaces and infotainment systems, and more.
ProTek Devices attended Eurosatory 2016, a defence and security international exhibition that took place in Paris, June 13-17, 2016. The event focused on technological innovation in the defence and security market, to include embedded electronics. If you missed us there and still need to chat about your upcoming circuit protection design applications, email us for details on how we can help: email@example.com.
Electronic Design Magazine Article
Ian Doyle, ProTek Devices’ Director of EMEA Marketing, recently had an article published with Electronic Design Magazine. The article covers automotive load dump circuit protection requirements. Be sure to check it out here.
Stay tuned for more product and other news from ProTek Devices during the remainder of 2016.