Definitions for "Clamping Voltage"
The desirable, predetermined voltage level maintained by a clamp circuit.
The maximum value of V for a transient suppressor.
The Peak voltage appearing across the device when measured at conditions of specified pulse current amplitude and specified waveform(8/20). It is usually the same as "suppression voltage". "Caution"; however, some companies (Not CCI) use the term to mean the breakdown voltage at very low current (1 milli-Amp). Be certain performance specs state current/voltage waveforms and values.
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