Gas-filled surge arresters operate on the gas-physical principle of the highly effective arc discharge. Electrically, surge arresters act as voltage-dependent switches. As soon as the voltage applied to the arrester exceeds the spark-over voltage, an arc is formed in the hermetically sealed discharge region within nanoseconds. The high surge current handling capability and the arc voltage, which is almost independend of the current, short-circuit the overvoltage. When the discharge has died down, the arrester extinguishes and the internal resistance immediately returns to values of several 100 MΩ.

The surge arrester thus meets almost perfectly all requirements made on a protective element. It reliably limits the overvoltage to permissible values, and – under normal operating conditions – the high insulation resistance and the low capacitance contribute to the fact that an arrester has virtually no impact on the system to be protected.

From Mar 28th - Apr 1st, Kingtronics exhibited successfully at FIEE (electronicAmericas 2011) in Saopaulo, Brazil. Our booth No. is N67.

Many customers comment our our beautiful booth and active sales. On the following, you could find our beautiful booth photos. :-)

"Kt" brand: diode M7 LL4148 BZV55C RS1M, Bridge rectifier, Quartz crystal
"Kingtronics" brand: radial mlcc capacitor, dipped tantalum capacitor,Trimming Potentiometer

This time, we win more new customers and some even place order at our booth!!!
To meet customers' requirments better, we prepare some common stock samples for urgent case, pls check below.
If you have inquiry, pls feel free to contact me, thank you!

Trimming Potentiometer

RKT-3296W-103-R    100pcs
RKT-3006P-103-R     100pcs
RKT-3386P-103-R       100pcs
RKT-3266W-103-R      100pcs
RKT-3329H-103-R      50pcs

MKT--Multilayer radial mlcc capacitor

1000pF 50v +/-5% NPO P: 2.54mm bulk RoHS.     50pcs
0.047uF 50V +/-10% X7R P: 5.08mm bulk RoHS.   50pcs
0.1uF 50V +/-10% X7R P: 5.08mm bulk RoHS.    50pcs
1uF 50V +/-10% X7R P: 5.08mm bulk RoHS.      50pcs
1uf 50v +/-20% Y5V P: 5.08mm bulk RoHS.         50pcs

Diode

M7 DO-214AC RoHS.               100pcs
BZV55C12 Minimelf RoHS.        200pcs .
1N4937                                    50pcs
SS16  SMA Tape/reel RoHS.      50pcs
6A10  R-6 Bulk RoHS.               50pcs
SS34 SMB Tape/reel RoHS        50pcs

Trimming Potentiometers carry specifications for potentiometer category and actuator configuration. Industrial-grade potentiometers are protected by an enclosure, typically one that is rated by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA). Typically, industrial-grade products are gear-driven and have connector outputs. These Trimming Potentiometers resist the ingress of dirt and dust, and last longer than unenclosed potentiometers. Discrete-board components, another potentiometer category, are also commonly available. In terms of actuator configuration, choices include single-turn, multi-turn, and slide. With single-turn devices, the shaft rotation is limited to less than or equal to 360 degrees. By contrast, multi-turn Trimming Potentiometers can be rotated multiple times, with as many as 15 or 20 turns from stop to stop. Slide-actuated products require the user to move a handle instead of rotating a knob.

A capacitor only has an effect with in a certain distance from the device. The more you move away from the capacitor, the less it does. The Inductance, and Resistance (of the Trace) tend to increase. This is the reason the App notes recommend placing capacitors on the reverse side off the board - over the (power) pin. It's a trade-off between the (low Pass) filter effects of passing through a via or an elongated trace. How ever these capacitors placed out across the board do have an effect in reducing the impedance of the board ~ the power and ground planes. Assuming most of the capacitors on the board are 0.1uF by-pass caps, then placing 2uF or 4uF around the board helps the impedance.

Protective gaps are auxiliary devices which serve two purposes: (1) they isolate electrical equipment during normal service conditions, and (2) they provide a path to ground for surge current during arrester operations. Protective gaps used for interconnection of arrester ground, secondary neutral, and transformer tank provide additional protection to distribution transformers and improve continuity of service to customers. Protective gaps provide effective and inexpensive surge protection for the primary neutral of a system (grounded only at the substation) if the potential of the primary neutral is less than 350 volts (rms) above ground. Transformer tanks can be isolated from ground under normal conditions by connecting the transformer to ground through a protective gap.

When choosing a quartz crystal resonator there are many parameters that need to be selected. Many are fairly simple like the tolerance figures. However a few of the others need a little extra explanation. One is the type of resonance. Like any tuned circuit a crystal can have a parallel or series form of resonance as shown. This will have to be specified. If the crystal is to have a parallel resonance then a load capacitance will have to be chosen. This is required because any capacitance across the crystal will alter its resonance slightly. Typically this might be 30 pF, but it will be dependent upon the circuit to be used. Also the tolerance required must be specified. The closer the tolerance, the more expensive the crystal will be, so it is wise not to over-specify the item.

In electronics, a varicap diode, varactor diode, variable capacitance diode, variable reactance diode or tuning diode is a type of diode which has a variable capacitance that is a function of the voltage impressed on its terminals.

All diodes exhibit this phenomenon to some degree, but specially made varactor diodes exploit the effect to boost the capacitance and variability range achieved - most diode fabrication attempts to achieve the opposite.

In the figure we can see an example of a crossection of a varactor with the depletion layer formed of a p-n-junction. But the depletion layer can also be made of a MOS-diode or a Schottky diode. This is very important in CMOS and MMIC technology.

For a 10uF capacitor we recommend using a 1206 footprint, and for 22uF and 47uF we recommend a 1210 footprint. The 1812 footprint is slightly better than the 1210 for the 47uF, but we don’t think the improvement is worth the extra space and added cost.

Sometimes the product cost may also impact the chosen footprint. For example, if a 1210, 22uF capacitor is more than double the cost of a 1206, then the 1206 component may be preferred. In other applications, the designer may just want to get the maximum capacitance in a limited available footprint. If, for example, there is only room for a 1206 capacitor, the 47uF part will still have the most capacitance even if it loses a larger percentage of its value than the 22uF or the 10uF parts.

MLCC consists of a conducting material and electrodes. To manufacture a chip-type SMT and achieve miniaturization, high density and high efficiency, ceramic condensers are used. WTC’s MLCC is made by NPO, X7R and Y5V dielectric material and which provides product with high electrical precision, stability and reliability.

For chip multilayer ceramic capacitors, Kt Kingtronics offer size from 0402, 0603, 0805, 1206, 1210, 1808, 1812, 2210, 2225, voltage from 10V to 5000V, dielectric materials include NPO, X7R, Y5V.

Features: 

  • A wide selection of sizes is available
  • High capacitance in given case size.
  • Capacitor with lead-free termination (pure Tin).

Applications:

  • For general digital circuit.
  • For power supply bypass capacitors.
  • For consumer electronics.
  • For telecommunication.

We supply various electronic components and welcome your inquiry

The capability of the surge arrester in energy dissipation against switching surge is well expressed by the magnitude of kJ/kV (arrester rated voltage). These values show the dissipated total energy per two shots of switching surge that the surge arresters can withstand thermally with these values. Where the energy capability is inadequate in our standard series.

Typical structure of surge arresters are shown in Figure below .The surge arresters are basically composed of the TNR elements, housing and associated parts with insulating gas filling as shown in figures. The hermetic sealing of the housing is constructed with weather-proof synthetic rubber. The pressure relief diaphragm is structured with special metal plate, which is ruptured when a sudden pressure rise occurs in case of the internal failure.

Contact us

Tel: (86) 769 8118 8110
Tel: (852) 8106 7033
Fax: (852) 8106 7099
E-mail: info@kingtronics.com
Skype: kingtronics.sales
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Web: www.Kingtronics.com

About

Kingtronics International Company was established in 1995 located in Dongguan City of China to handle all sales & marketing for factories located in Chengdu, Sichuan and Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China. In 1990, we established the first factory to produce trimming potentiometer and in 1999 we built up new factory in Zhao Qing, Guangdong. Now with around 850 workers, Kingtronics produce trimming potentiometers, dipped tantalum capacitors, multilayer ceramic capacitors, and diode & bridge rectifier. We sell good quality under our brand Kingtronics, and Kt, King, Kingtronics are our three trademarks. All our products are RoHS compliant, and our bridge rectifier have UL approval. Please visit our Products page, you could please download all our PDF datasheet and find cross reference for our Trimming Potentiometer and capacitors.

Tantalum and Ceramic Capacitors Cross Reference ↓ Download
Diodes & Rectifiers List(PDF: 97KB) ↓ Download
Trimming Potentiometer Cross Reference ↓Download

Meet Kingtronics in Moscow soon
Chip EXPO 2017
Chip EXPO 2017
"Expocentre" Moscow Russia
Date: Oct 31 - Nov 2nd, 2017
Booth No.: B 20

Meet Kingtronics in Munich soon
Electronica 2018
Electronica 2018
New Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany
Date: 13-16 November, 2018
Booth No.: To be advised

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