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New Tech Tuesdays: Electrical and Thermal Surge Protection of Power Systems Rudy Ramos
This week's New Tech Tuesdays explores the critical role eFuse Protection ICs from Littelfuse play in providing robust over-voltage, over-current, and over-temperature protection to downstream circuits.

New Tech Tuesdays: Protecting Automotive Circuits from the Elements Starts With These Solutions Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll examine circuit protection devices from Littelfuse, Toshiba, and Vishay Semiconductors.

How WBG Is a Step Toward Efficiency Being “1” Littelfuse
Wide Bandgap SiC MOSFETs from Littelfuse enable engineers to narrow down the gap between the current efficiency and the dream-value of “1” with a greater safety-margin to achieve their industrial power supply solutions.

Attraction for Control: Magnetic Sensing in Building Automation Paul Golata
Today’s buildings and homes are equipped with intelligent technologies for safer, more convenient, and energy-efficient living. Learn why Littelfuse magnetic sensors are an attractive choice for control in building automation.

How NTC Thermistors and RTDs Differ Littelfuse
Selecting the best sensor for temperature measurement can be a daunting task. Learn more about NTC thermistors and RTDs, their differences, and how they are best suited to deliver temperature measurement accuracy in a wide range of designs.

The Competitive Advantage to the Hall Solution Rudy Ramos
Current predictions on the future of Internet of Things (IoT) and the Wearables market indicate exponential growth in the years to come. An analysis done by Morgan Stanley in 2013 stated that “75 billion devices will be connected to the internet of things by 2020.” Undoubtedly, some of this growth will extend to sensors.

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