Thermal Fuses

New MHP-TAC Protection Devices Feature Thermal Cut-Off Temperatures of Less Than 90 Degree Celsius
Thermal Fuses

New MHP-TAC Protection Devices Feature Thermal Cut-Off Temperatures of Less Than 90 Degree Celsius

The MHP–TAC Resettable Over-Temperature Protection Devices are suitable for LiP and prismatic battery cells used in notebook PCs, ultra-books, tablets, smart phones and e-cigarettes. The units are offered in 4.75 mm x 2.80 mm x 0.80 mm dimensions. They protect high-capacity lithium-ion polymer and prismatic battery cells when connected with PPTC device in parallel with bimetal protector.

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Thermal Cutoff Devices can withstand humid environments.
Thermal Fuses

Thermal Cutoff Devices can withstand humid environments.

Suitable for protecting notebook PCs, tablet PCs and smart phones, Model SA Series Thermal Cutoff Devices provide current capabilities from 6 A up to 11 A at 60°C temperature. Compatible with surface mount reflow soldering methods, units are used as overcurrent and overtemperature protection for lithium polymer and prismatic battery packs. Devices are available in surface mount packaging with...

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Thermal Fuses

Resettable Thermal Cutoffs protect lithium batteries.

Housed in 5.8 x 3.85 x 1.15 mm package with 9 Vdc rating, Series MHP-TAM provides resettable over-temperature protection to shut down battery when fault is detected, making devices suited for ultra-thin notebooks and other portable consumer electronics. Utilizing metal hybrid PPTC technology, TCOs combine bimetal protector in parallel with polymeric positive temperature coefficient device. Series...

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Thermal Fuses

Resettable Thermal Cut-Off Devices protect LiP batteries.

Measuring 5.8 x 3.75 x 1.15 mm, MHP-TA Series connects bimetal protector in parallel with Polymeric Positive Temperature Coefficient device. In battery cell designs, devices provide resettable overtemperature protection, while utilizing PPTC to act as heater and to keep bimetal latched until fault is removed. Featuring 9 Vdc rating, series comprises low-current MHP-TA6-9 products with...

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