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1210 (3225 Metric) AVX
VARISTOR 24V 500A 1210
$1.32000
10,680 - Immediate
KYOCERA AVXKYOCERA AVX
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478-2536-2-ND
478-2536-1-ND
478-2536-6-ND
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Digi-Reel®
Active13 V18 V21.5 V24 V26.5 V500 A1.5J12200 pF @ 1 kHz-55°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount, MLCV1210 (3225 Metric)
1210 (3225 Metric) AVX
VARISTOR 75V 250A 1210
$1.32000
8,000 - Immediate
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478-2540-2-ND
478-2540-1-ND
478-2540-6-ND
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Digi-Reel®
Active42 V60 V67 V75 V83 V250 A1.5J1400 pF @ 1 kHz-55°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount, MLCV1210 (3225 Metric)
1210 (3225 Metric) AVX
VARISTOR 39V 220A 1210
$1.32000
5,709 - Immediate
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478-2538-2-ND
478-2538-1-ND
478-2538-6-ND
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Digi-Reel®
Active21 V30 V35 V39 V43 V220 A0.90J11000 pF @ 1 kHz-55°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount, MLCV1210 (3225 Metric)
1210 (3225 Metric) AVX
VARISTOR 33V 300A 1210
$1.32000
885 - Immediate
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478-2537-2-ND
478-2537-1-ND
478-2537-6-ND
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Tape & Reel (TR)
Cut Tape (CT)
Digi-Reel®
Active18 V26 V29.7 V33 V36.3 V300 A1.2J11200 pF @ 1 kHz-55°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount, MLCV1210 (3225 Metric)
1210 (3225 Metric) AVX
VARISTOR 60.5V 220A 1210
$1.32000
0 - Immediate
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478-2539-2-ND
478-2539-1-ND
478-2539-6-ND
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Digi-Reel®
Active34 V48 V54.5 V60.5 V66.5 V220 A0.90J1800 pF @ 1 kHz-55°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount, MLCV1210 (3225 Metric)
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TVS - Varistors, MOVs


Transient voltage suppression (TVS) products based on Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV) technology are used to protect electrical and electronic devices against excess voltage hazards, such as may be caused by lighting induced transients, static electricity, or similar hazards. Their relatively high parasitic capacitance limits their application to low frequency circuits such as AC utility power inputs, in which application they excel due to their comparably high power dissipation capability and clamping behavior, which allows continued operation of protected devices without need of a reset process following a protection event, as is common with crowbar protection mechanisms.