Littelfuse, Inc. Datasheets for Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Suppressors

ESD suppressors are semiconductors that protect electronic components and systems from electrostatic discharge (ESD).
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AXGD Series XTREME-GUARDTM Electrostatic Discharge Suppressor device is an auto grade polymer ESD protection device. It protects sensitive electronic devices against ESD - from 8kV up to extreme condition as...
Our ESD devices offer many advantages over traditional protection devices, such as multi-layer varistors (MLVs), which may degrade or distort the signal in high data rate circuits. Compared to miniature...
PULSE-GUARD® PGB2 0201 Series Surface Mount Polymeric ESD Suppressors help protect sensitive electronic equipment from damage due to electrostatic discharge (ESD). The polymer composite materials from which they are constructed...
PulseGuard ESD Suppressors help protect sensitive electronic equipment against electrostatic discharge (ESD). They supplement the on-chip protection of integrated circuitry and are best suited for low voltage, high-speed applications where...
PulseGuard ESD Suppressors help protect sensitive electronic equipment against electrostatic discharge (ESD). They supplement the on-chip protection of integrated circuitry and are best suited for low-voltage, high-speed applications where low...
PulseGuard® ESD Suppressors help protect sensitive electronic equipment against electrostatic discharge (ESD). They supplement the on-chip protection of integrated circuitry and are best suited for low voltage, high-speed applications where...
The PGB20402 is an ESD suppressor device. It has advantages of low trigger voltage and low clamp voltage.Along with a more important feature, very low capacitance ensures the ESD sensitive...
XGD Series XTREME-GUARDTM ESD Suppressors protect sensitive electronic equipment against extreme ESD conditions. This series product is specifically designed to suppress fast-rising ESD transients up to 30kV while adding virtually...