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Microchip Technology

Micron Technology is a global leader in the development and manufacturing of advanced memory and storage solutions. The company's products include DRAM, NAND Flash, and NOR Flash memory, which are used in a wide range of applications, such as smartphones, computers, servers, automotive systems, and IoT devices. Micron's innovative technologies provide high-performance, energy-efficient, and reliable solutions for data-intensive applications. The company's commitment to research and development has led to numerous technological breakthroughs, including the world's first 176-layer 3D NAND Flash memory. Micron is also dedicated to sustainability, implementing eco-friendly practices in its manufacturing processes and promoting responsible sourcing of raw materials. With a focus on quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction, Micron Technology continues to be a trusted partner for businesses seeking cutting-edge memory and storage solutions.

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Power Distribution, Surge Protectors

Surge protectors are devices designed to safeguard electronic devices from sudden voltage spikes or power surges. They come in various types, each offering specific protection capabilities. These types include outlet boxes, outlet strips, power distribution units (PDUs), surge protectors, surge protection modules, and surge protectors for media lines only. Outlet boxes and outlet strips: These surge protectors typically feature multiple outlets, allowing users to connect multiple devices. They provide surge protection to all connected devices, ensuring that they are shielded from voltage spikes and power surges. Power Distribution Units (PDUs): PDUs are surge protectors designed for professional and industrial applications. They offer surge protection and distribute power to multiple devices or equipment within racks or cabinets. Surge protectors: These devices are standalone surge protection units that can be used for individual electronic devices or appliances. They plug directly into a standard electrical outlet and provide surge protection to the connected device. Surge protection modules: These modules are designed to be integrated into electronic devices or systems at the circuit level. They offer compact surge protection solutions for specific applications, such as telecommunications equipment or industrial machinery. Surge protectors for media lines only: These surge protectors are specialized devices that focus on protecting media lines, such as coaxial cables or network cables, from voltage surges. They are commonly used in audiovisual setups or networking environments. The current rating of surge protectors typically ranges from 150 mA to 310 A, indicating the maximum amount of electrical current that can flow through the surge protector without causing damage. The voltage range varies from 5 V to 1.5 kV, representing the maximum voltage that the surge protector can withstand before activating its protective measures. Furthermore, the energy rating of surge protectors ranges from 50 J to 6480 J, signifying the amount of energy that can be absorbed during a surge event. By providing a wide range of surge protection options with varying current, voltage, and energy ratings, surge protectors ensure that electronic devices are shielded from damaging voltage spikes or power surges, thus promoting their longevity and reliability.