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Protek Devices  Profile

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Protek Devices  Company Overview

ProTek Devices, based in Tempe, Arizona USA, is a manufacturer of Transient Voltage Suppression (TVS) products designed specifically for the protection of electronic systems from the destructive effects of Lightning, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse (NEMP) and Inductive Switching.

ProTek designs TVS devices that provide application specific protection solutions for any type of electronic system such as, telecommunications, industrial, military and commercial applications.

Protek Devices  Products

The types of products manufactured by Protek Devices include EMI Filter TVS Arrays, Flip Chip TVS Arrays, Low Capacitance TVS Arrays, Standard Capacitance TVS Arrays, Ultra Low Capacitance TVS Arrays, Steering Diode Arrays, Steering Diode TVS Arrays, Thyristors, and Modules.

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