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I2R Series DIN Rail Mounted Surge Suppresion Provides Advanced Main and Branch Panel Protection

Friday, June 1, 2001
Transtector Systems announces the release of the I2R Series, the latest evolution in advanced silicon surge protection devices designed to suppress power surges at either 120V or 240V AC main and branch service panels. The I2R Series was developed in response to global market demand for silicon in a compact DIN rail footprint. It offers a surge current survivability of up to 10kA in a design that fits the standard European 35mm DIN profile. Read Article >

Transtector Becomes and ISO 9001:2000 Certified Company

Friday, March 23, 2001

Transtector Systems has earned ISO 9001 certification. The silicon surge protection design and manufacturing company achieved the certification in February of this year. “It really is a credit to our employees,” said Ron Neumann, manager of Transtector’s Quality Control group. “The ISO registration and certification process is rigorous, and earning certification takes the commitment of everyone in the organization. The people at Transtector truly put their hearts into it.”
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Transtector Launches a New Integrated Cabinet Division

Wednesday, February 21, 2001

Transtector Systems has increased its core TVSS manufacturing business by developing its cabinet systems integration capabilities including surge-protected, integrated load centers and AC and Telco distribution cabinets. The expansion enables Transtector to capture additional market share with its current customer base as well as new prospects by offering flexibility in design, faster time to market and internationally certified quality.
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Transtector Announces "Super Cell" Diodes

Thursday, July 13, 2000
Transtector Systems announced that an extensive two-year development and testing program has successfully resulted in the development of a higher performance silicon suppressor component for use in their surge protective devices. Transtector’s research and development engineers worked closely with designers at component suppliers around the world to create a new process for making silicon avalanche suppressor diodes (SASDs) for Transtector’s products. Read Article >

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