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A varistor is an electronic component with a "diode-like" nonlinear current–voltage characteristic. The name is a portmanteau of variable resistor. Varistors are often used to protect circuits against excessive transient voltages by incorporating them into the circuit in such a way that, when triggered, they will shunt the current created by the high voltage away from sensitive components. A varistor is also known as voltage-dependent resistor (VDR). A varistor’s function is to conduct significantly increased current when voltage is excessive.


Device Ratings and Characteristics
SeriesMaximun Allowable VoltageVaristor VoltageMaximun Clamping VoltageDownload
ACrms(V)DC(V)Min.Vb(Vdc)Max.Vc(V)lp(A)
Standard D Series 11~1000 14~1465 14.4~1620 18~1800 21.6~1980 44~2970 1~100
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Medium Surge V Series 130~680 175~895 185~990 200~1100 225~1210 340~1815 10~100
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High Energy P Series 130~680 175~859 185~990 200~1100 225~1210 340~1815 50~100
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High Surge S Series 130~680 170~859 185~990 200~1100 225~1210 340~1815 75~125
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Thermally Cut-Off MOV With Indicator T series 130~680 -- 185~990 -- 225~1210 340~1815 50~100
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Thermally Cut-Off MOV F Series 130~680 -- 185~990 -- 225~1210 340~1815 50~100
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Extra High Energy H Series 130~680 170~895 160~880 200~1100 240~1320 340~1815 10~200
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High temperature N Series 11~460 14~615 14.4~600 18~750 21.6~900 36~1235 1~200
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Automotive C Series -- 14~56 14.4~54.4 18~68 21.6~81.6 36~135 2.5~20
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