• The 60R Series Resettable devices utilize a unique polymer-based, Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) material to protect electrical circuits against overcurrent conditions. • In normal operation, the 60R Series PTC has many conductive paths and a very low resistance. In an overcurrent condition, the temperature of the polymer material rises. This dramatically reduces the conductive paths resulting in an immediate rise in resistance. In this condition, the device provides circuit protection by significantly limiting the flow of current. However, once the cause of the initial overcurrent condition is eliminated, the 60R Series PTC cools down and resets to a low resistance value permitting the normal current flow to resume. • The 60R Series is a 60V Radial Leaded Device with a 40A Short Circuit Rating.
Specifications: Lead Material : Tin plated copper Soldering Characteristic : MIL-DTD-202, Method 208E Insulating Coating : Flame retardant epoxy Operating Current : 100mA to 3.75A Max. Voltage : Up to 90V Temperature Range : -40°C to 85°C Applications : Telecom and wide variety of electronic equipment Product features : Low hold current, Solid state, Radial Leaded product ideal for up to 90V Agency Recognition : UL File E345437
Multilayer ceramic capacitors are available in a variety of physical sizes and configurations, including Leaded devices and surface mounted chips. Leaded styles include molded and conformally coated parts with axial and Radial leads. However, the basic capacitor element is similar for all styles. It is called a chip and consists of formulated dielectric materials which have been cast into thin layers, interspersed with metal electrodes alternately exposed on opposite edges of the laminated structure.The entire structure is fired at high temperature to produce a monolithic block which provides high capacitance values in a small physical volume. After firing, conductive terminations are applied to opposite ends of the chip to make contact with the exposed electrodes. Termination materials and methods vary depending on the intended use.