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Automotive Circuit Protection

The designers of automotive electronics face many technical challenges during the system design process, including designing methods of protection against a variety of electrical hazards.

The three major sources of electrical hazards in these systems are electrostatic discharge (ESD), lightning, and switching loads in power electronics circuits. Overcoming transient surges that can harm the vehicle's electronics is one of the biggest challenges of the design process.

In this Whitepaper, Littelfuse outlines solutions to the challenges faced by designers.

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