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Analog Devices First to Launch RS-485 Transceivers to Meet Stringent IEC Surge Standards
Analog Devices have launched the industry's first RS-485 transceivers which are fully certified for Level 4 EMC surge protection, thus eliminating the need for external transient-voltage surge-suppression devices.

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Bulgin adds a switched power outlet to their Polysnap range of mains power modules


Designed for applications where a separate switched power outlet is needed, the module maintains the benefits of Polysnap occupying minimum panel area with just a single rectangular mounting hole for quick and easy snap fit installation.

This version has the usual choice of options Polysnap can provide, with alternative outlet and switch types within the same bezel. For added safety the IEC mains outlet is available shuttered to cover the contacts when not connected and has a choice of 6.3 or 2.8mm tabs. There are nine choices of single pole switches, these include; non-illuminated, red and green neon illumination, high inrush types or neon indicators. The modules snap fit to 1.0, 1.5, 2.0 or 3.0mm panels. Both the switch and connector carry multiple safety approvals including UL, CSA and VDE.

The Polysnap range has over 26,000 different combinations offering a unique and adaptable solution to panel design.

For more information on the full range of Bulgin products available from Anglia please call +44 (0)1945 474747 or email

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This news article was originally published in August 2008.

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