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The SCHURTER Group is a globally successful Swiss family business. With our components ensuring the clean and safe supply of power, input systems for ease of use and sophisticated overall solutions, we impress our customers with agility and excellent product and service quality. We focus on industrial equipment, medical equipment, automotive, avionics and space, data and communication and energy.

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SCHURTER

Power

1 month ago

Safe technology helps saving lives

The new corona virus SARS-CoV-2 is spreading at an unprecedented pace, exhibiting insidious properties and puzzling experts. SCHURTER has ramped up the production of its medical products.

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Power

6 months ago

What You Need to Know about the Global Harmonization of the Appliance Coupler Standard

USA and Canada will adopt the IEC 60320 standard for device plugs in the process of global harmonization with minor deviations. But what do you need to know?

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Test and Measurement

10 months ago

6 steps to the ideal filter

Standard filters are not always the simplest and best solution as the causes of EMC interference can be of various kinds. SCHURTER offers proven test circuit boards with which an almost ideal filter for the specific incident can be built.

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SCHURTER

Power

1 year ago

Faster and faster, further and further

Automobile manufacturers are constantly beating each other with increasingly shorter charging times and longer ranges for electric vehicles. But this calculation only works to a limited extent.

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Electronics Design

1 year ago

The final authority

Overcurrents aren’t the only threat to modern electronics. Excessively high temperatures are increasingly becoming the number one enemy due to high power density. But how can such a danger be avoided? It makes sense to use thermal fuses.

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Connectors

1 year ago

IEC connectors at elevated ambient temperatures

Connectors that are approved in accordance with IEC 60320 are suitable for use at ambient temperatures of up to +40 °C. The average temperature over a period of 24 hours should not exceed +35 °C with a lower limit of -5 °C for ambient air temperature

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SCHURTER

Connectors

1 year ago

Light pipes in IEC device sockets for status indication in PDUs

“More intelligence!”, "Smart Grid", "Intelligent Power Grid" - this development asks for solutions that are efficient and easy to use.

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SCHURTER

Electromechanical

2 years ago

Approved solutions for a thriving market

Maximum comfort and safety mean more and more electronics are being packed into vehicles. This leads to a constantly increasing power density with significant thermal hazard potential. SCHURTER counters this danger with thermal fuses.

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SCHURTER

Anything is possible

Buttons and switches are the most common human-machine interfaces. The ideal fit for a given application is therefore of particular importance.

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Also In the News

2 years ago

The return of direct current: 400 VDC for Data Centers

…converting – transforming – converting - transforming… Large amounts of unused electricity simply disappear in data centers. Direct current improves the quality of the power supply and is therefore on the rise again.

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Electronics Design

2 years ago

Problem: Thermal Runaway

A thermal runaway is an increasing threat to electronic devices where more and more power is packed in ever smaller spaces; it is a danger that is poorly dealt with using traditional means.

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