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Electronics, Steering and Sensors - Littelfuse TechTalk Long Beach
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 17:04 - 4,831 views
The Littelfuse "Speed2Design" program is a series of weekend activities surrounding the IndyCar race, creating a unique experience of hands-on activities, interactive presentations and entertainment for engineers. Each weekend will highlight a "TechTalk" presentation just for "Speed2Design" participants to talk face-to-face with the KV Racing team engineers responsible for building and maintaining racing's premier performance machines. Littelfuse is proud to be a sponsor of the No. 11 Mouser Electronics/GEICO/KV Racing Technology Chevrolet/Firestone car driven by IndyCar Champion Tony Kanaan. www.Speed2Design.com www.Littelfuse.com
Littelfuse TechTalk: Up Close and Personal - Speed2Design Long Beach
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 17:03 - 4,701 views
The Littelfuse "Speed2Design" program is a series of weekend activities surrounding the race, creating a unique experience of hands-on activities, interactive presentations and entertainment. Each weekend will highlight a "TechTalk" presentation just for "Speed2Design" participants to talk face-to-face with the KV Racing team engineers responsible for building and maintaining racing's premier performance machines. Littelfuse is proud to be a sponsor of the No. 11 Mouser Electronics/GEICO/KV Racing Technology Chevrolet/Firestone car driven by IndyCar Champion Tony Kanaan. http://www.littelfuse.com http://www.speed2design.com
Data Acquisition Drives Performance - Littelfuse Speed2Design TechTalk
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 17:02 - 5,198 views
The Littelfuse "Speed2Design" program is a series of weekend activities surrounding the IndyCar race, creating a unique experience of hands-on activities, interactive presentations and entertainment for engineers. Each weekend will highlight a "TechTalk" presentation just for "Speed2Design" participants to talk face-to-face with the KV Racing team engineers responsible for building and maintaining racing's premier performance machines. Littelfuse is proud to be a sponsor of the No. 11 Mouser Electronics/GEICO/KV Racing Technology Chevrolet/Firestone car driven by IndyCar Champion Tony Kanaan. www.Speed2Design.com www.Littelfuse.com
It's a Small World at Littelfuse - Long Beach Grand Prix - Speed2Design
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 17:01 - 4,865 views
Kyle Sagan, front end IndyCar mechanic for the No. 11 MOUSER ELECTRONICS/GEICO/KV Racing Technology Chevrolet Dallara driven by IndyCar champion Tony Kanaan discusses his surprise when realizing that Littelfuse was one of the team sponsors for the 2012 IZOD IndyCar season. It really is a small world! www.Speed2Design.com www.Littelfuse.com
Long Beach Grand Prix Excitement -- Littelfuse Racing Speed2Design
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 16:55 - 4,759 views
Littelfuse co-sponsors the No. 11 MOUSER ELECTRONICS/GEICO/KV Racing Technology Chevrolet Dallara driven by Indy Racing League champion Tony Kanaan at several events during the 2012 IZOD® IndyCar race season. Littelfuse kicked off its IndyCar promotion at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, Calif., April 15, 2012. KV Racing Technology driver Tony Kanaan finished fourth on the two-mile street circuit course, improving 15 positions after starting in the 19th position and earning 32 points in the championship tally. Kanaan clocked the fastest lap in the race with a time of 69.3541 seconds. www.Speed2Design.com www.Littelfuse.com
Littelfuse Expertise in the Solar Market
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 16:53 - 4,988 views
This module focuses on three different areas of system or product expertise that Littelfuse provides for anyone involved or interested in the solar industry. It starts with an overview of a photovoltaic (or PV) system, reviewing the wide selection of Littelfuse circuit- protection products used in such applications. It then focuses on two solar rated fuses specifically designed for the protection of PV systems...the SPFJ Class J series and the SPF Midget-style series.
Reasons for Designing in Electrical Safety
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 16:53 - 4,290 views
In this module from the Littelfuse University 'Electrical Safety by Design' Series, we review the need for designing in electrical safety to reduce the probability of electrical accidents. This saves lives, reduces costs, minimizes downtime, and allows for compliance with the appropriate codes and standards.
Improving Electrical Safety Using Current-Limiting Fuses
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 16:52 - 4,582 views
In this module from the Littelfuse University 'Electrical Safety by Design' Series, we learn that designing current-limiting fuses into your electrical system greatly enhances the protection provided to your electrical workers and equipment, while also improving the safety ratings of other critical components within your system.
Improving Electrical Safety by Achieving Selective Coordination
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 16:52 - 4,282 views
In this module from the Littelfuse University 'Electrical Safety by Design' Series, we learn the benefits of designing in and maintaining selective coordination throughout your electrical system. There are design considerations when using current- limiting fuses over circuit breakers, but either way, achieving selective coordination will increase safety and system reliability while minimizing component damage and downtime.
Protect Yourself from Electrical Hazards with the Littelfuse Arc-Flash Relay
by Littelfuse - 2013-05-22 14:02 - 4,620 views
The Littelfuse Arc-Flash Relay protects electrical systems by detecting arc flash incidents fast! This relay should be used whenever working on energized equipment throughout general industrial facilities, and is both easy to install and loaded with features and capabilities. The Arc-Flash Relay can use up to 24 light sensors, including optional fiber-optic cable sensors to protect difficult-to-reach compartments. It reliably detects developing Arc- Flash incidents in less than one millisecond by looking for a combination of excess light and current and offers programmable definite-time overcurrent protection and adjustable light trip-level to minimize nuisance tripping.

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