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MOV transient protectors -ratings [message #118377] Tue, 24 September 2013 14:12
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I looked at some GE literature I have, and it appears that the
voltage rating is in terms of the DC voltage level at which the
MOV starts conducting.  GE  gives both the DC and AC levels in
their specs.  For example, for the V18ZA1, Maximum Continuous
Voltage: DC 14 V; AC 10 V RMS.

--henry schaffer  n c state univ
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