NTE2V250 - 

TVS Varistor, MOV, 250 V, 320 V, NTE2V Series, 630 V, Disc 16mm, Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV)

NTE2V250 - TVS Varistor, MOV, 250 V, 320 V, NTE2V Series, 630 V, Disc 16mm, Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV)

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NTE2V Series
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NTE2V Series
Disc 16mm
Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV)
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The NTE2V250 is a 4.5kA Metal Oxide Varistor features a barrier layer that gives the user fast response time. This device has a high transient current handling capability when high voltage is applied. Static resistance is, however, very high under low voltage conditions, permitting low standby drain currents. The maximum electrical energy which can be dissipated within the varistor by a single impulse of 10 x 1000ms current waveform with continuous voltage applied. Energy ratings are based on a shift of varistor voltage of less than 10% of the initial value.
  • Excellent voltage clamping characteristics
  • Very low temperature coefficient
  • Low standby current
  • High energy capability
  • The value for n is greater
  • Very low leakage current
  • Low capacitance
  • Low overshoot characteristics
  • <35ns Fast response time



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