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Surge Rectifiers Offer a 20% Lower Profile

March 4, 2014
Surge Components has announced a new line of low-profile bridge rectifiers that provide design engineers several advantages in terms of power management and height including a 30% lower profile than other brides in a similar class.

A line of low-profile bridge rectifiers from Surge Components provide design  engineers several advantages in terms of power management and height including a 30% lower profile than other brides in a similar class. These include:

·     Thin single in-line package

·     Glass-passivated chip junction

·     High surge current capability

·     High case dielectric strength (2500 VRMS)

·     Plastic package has UL (Underwriters Laboratory) flammability classification 94V-O, matte tin-plated leads, solderable per J-STD-002,  JESD22-B102 High temperature soldering guaranteed (solder dip 270 degrees, 10 seconds)

·     Wide current range options (4A to 35A)

Applications for the GBJL/KBJL series include switching power supplies, home appliances, office equipment, industrial automation. The GBJL/KBJL rectifiers from Surge Components are ideally suited for office products, home appliances and switching power supplies.

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