Global and India Low-Voltage Contactor Market 2019 – Rockwell, Eaton, ABB, Schneider Electric, Mitsubishi Electric, ETI Group

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Latest RTS Thermal Fuse with Integrated Shunt Protects Against Thermal Runaway Register ico-close ico-supplier ico-white-paper-case-study ico-product ico-cad

Santa Rosa, California, April 17, 2019 – SCHURTER’s RTS thermal fuse for SMD mounting, successfully launched in 2018, is now available with an integrated shunt. The RTS is a particularly compact overtemperature protection device for power semiconductors used in high density, high performance circuit boards to protect against thermal runaway.  Thermal runaway refers to the overheating of a power semiconductor due to a self-reinforcing, heat- producing process omnipresent in the trend toward circuit miniaturization. The RTS protects these power semiconductors against thermal runaway. In such an event, the thermal fuse reliably interrupts the circuit at a precisely defined temperature as a fail-safe device.  The RTS and RTS with shunt sustain operating currents up to 130 A at rated voltages of up to 60 VDC in a remarkable compact package measuring 6.6 x 8.8 mm in size. The shunt version has an integrated resistance with a very low temperature dependence. This resistance, known as a shunt, enables precise current measurement and enables an additional – non-thermal – circuit protection, e.g. via a controller.  The RTS can be mounted using conventional reflow soldering techniques with...