Poll: What Was The Last Robust Protection Circuit You Designed?

Analog systems are omnipresent today, and system designers embed robust protection devices to ensure that these systems operate correctly in diverse and extreme conditions to fulfill their designated functional life-cycle. Reliable protection devices maintain and monitor systems' environments, confirming safety and performance for mission-critical applications. Robust protection, at its simplest, is the intentional addition of a 'link' in a circuit to protect and safeguard the system in the event of a fault – whether due to temperature variations, excessive current, overvoltage flow, or transients.

 

Poll Question: What was the last Robust Protection Circuit You Designed?

Poll Results
  • Overcurrent Protection (18%)
    3/17
  • Overvoltage/Under-voltage Protection (35%)
    6/17
  • Over-temperature protection (6%)
    1/17
  • High Transient Protection (6%)
    1/17
  • EMI/ESD Protection (18%)
    3/17
  • Hardware and Software Malfunction Protection (6%)
    1/17
  • Other; please explain in comments (12%)
    2/17

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