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by Ronald B. Standler

Protection of Electronic Circuits from Overvoltages download ebook
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0471611212
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978-0471611219
Author:
Ronald B. Standler
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Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (April 1989)
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Finally, Standler finishes the book with methods to test the overvoltage protection of your design circuit, and safety . If you need to protect a circuit from overvoltages, this is the book. The book is based on the author's vast experience with overvoltage protection

Finally, Standler finishes the book with methods to test the overvoltage protection of your design circuit, and safety measures while working in high-voltage environments. You may be tempted to skip the first couple sections and go right to the applications section. The book is based on the author's vast experience with overvoltage protection.

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Transient overvoltages in electronic circuits can arise from any of the following causes: lightning, electromagnetic pulse produced by nuclear weapons (NEMP), high-power microwave weapons (HPM), electrostatic discharge (ESD), and switching of reactive loads.

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The five-part treatment covers symptoms and threats, fundamental remedies, types of protective devices, applications of protective devices, and validation of protective measures. Specific topics include damage and upset, environmental threats, standard test waveforms, and properties of nonlinear transient protection devices, plus protective applications related to signal circuits, DC power supplies, and low-voltage AC mains.

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by Ronald B. Standler, P. This 434-page book was originally published by Wiley-Interscience in April 1989, with an international standard book number (ISBN) 0-471-61121-2. In late 2000, Wiley let this book go out-of-print. Contents of this book.

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Presents practical rules and strategies for the design of circuits in order to protect electronic systems from damage by transient overvoltages. Describes the physics of overvoltage events and presents protective procedures for a wide variety of overvoltage threats. Includes protection methods for equipment operating from mains with nominal voltages up to 1kV rms. Contains a list of manufacturers of components and equipment.
Reviews:
  • Not-the-Same
I spent more than six months swimming through the internet, trying to find an exhaustive source that would give me textbook-like explanations of the overvoltage protection I needed for my project. After wading for so long, I bit the bullet and looked for a real textbook and bought this one.

Two weeks later, I knew everything I needed to know to finish my overvoltage protection design. A week after that, I had finished my design. All for ~$30. I'm bashing my head on my desk as I write for not getting this book sooner. This is a $150 value book being practically given away.

Dr. Standler follows a logical order for the overvoltage protection beginner. It begins with the source of overvoltages and how they end up propagating into your circuit (including a fun explanation of how nuclear weapons cause electromagnetic pulses!).

Standler then explains in detail all of the waveforms that are used to approximate the overvoltages. These include 8/20 us current waveform, 1.2/50 us voltage waveform, ring waveform, Electrical Fast Transient (EFT ), 10/1000 us, 10/700 us, and more. I remember seeing the 8/20 us nomenclature everywhere as I waded through the Internet, and having a foggy idea of what it was, but never getting a precise explanation of what it and other test waveforms were. For me, those chapters alone are worth the $150 value.

The book then continues from the approximate waveforms of overvoltages into exhaustive explanations of the protection devices used in electronic circuits. These include gas tubes, spark gaps, varistors of all kinds including MOVs, avalanche and Zener diodes, typical diodes and rectifiers, thyristors including SCRs and Triacs, the simple devices no one thinks to use - resistors, inductors, and capacitors, positive-temperature-coefficient resistors (PTC fuses), filters, and finally isolation devices such as isolation transformers, optical isolators, and fiber optics. Isolation devices is one of the places that this book is noticeably out-of-date, as it makes no mention of capacitive isolation devices such as the Texas Instruments ISO124 and DCP01 chips. However, the practical explanations of how to use isolation devices in your design are still valid and useful. Standler also has an in-depth discussion of the parasitic inductance of all of these devices (including the inadvertent transformer effect), how it can degrade the performance of the devices, and practical ways of reducing these effects.

Again, the in-depth explanations of all of the protective devices (that I kinda sorta maybe in a way knew about by using the Internet) and how to use them correctly, for me was worth the $150 value of this book. But then Standler takes the devices you just learned all about and applies them in ways that you need. There are about 100 pages of example circuits and explanations of how to apply the devices for several different applications, such as signal circuits, DC power supplies, and on the AC mains. Standler gives so many example design circuits that you are bound to find one that works for you exactly as presented. If not -- as it was in my case -- you can take several of the ideas from separate circuits in the book and combine them for the application you need. The amount of working designs that Standler presents here is astounding.

Finally, Standler finishes the book with methods to test the overvoltage protection of your design circuit, and safety measures while working in high-voltage environments.

You may be tempted to skip the first couple sections and go right to the applications section. While worth a look to really see how many different designs he presents, it's well worth it to read this book from beginning to end. There is such a wealth of information in every chapter and every section that I do not recommend skipping any of them. It's an easy read for anyone familiar with the basics of electronic design (i.e. diodes, resistors, capacitors, inductors, op amps, etc.), so I recommend doing yourself that favor and read it from cover to cover.

One last note: Don't be fooled by the low price of the book. Under its previous publisher it did cost somewhere around $150 like most textbooks do. However, since the previous publisher stopped publishing it, Dr. Standler and Dover Publishing have now started offering it at this low price. I've also tried another textbook, Overvoltage Protection of Low-Voltage Systems (Iee Power & Energy Series, 33), which cost ~$90 when I bought it, and it was absolutely useless for me. It had no explanations or practical circuit ideas like Standler presents here.

While it's always worth it to find as many sources as you can, this is quite simply the definitive source on overvoltage protection of electronic circuits. If you think you need it, buy it. You'll know what you need to know in two weeks flat.

For persective, I have a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering, graduated 2007.
  • Hudora
Finding a single text with a detailed treatise of surge protection is not easy. Most often, its embedded in a general electrical engineering text, but still does not have the details Standler puts forth. At the time of this writing, Standler was a well published academic who worked on overvoltage issues, a time when little was known regarding these voltages and remains misunderstood.

While surge protection is mature today, there is a lot of misinterpretation of its basic tenets and misapplication, and much of what is sold today in the consumer market can still be substandard quality unless purchased from reputable makers.

I think all technologist and engineers should know what Standler teaches, as its integral to keeping modern, and sensitive electronics, alive in an era were we are surrounded by low voltage devices.

While many specific technologies mentioned in this book are now obsolete, the basic principles are sound.
  • Samut
Well written. Just wish that there was a new edition with updated information. It leads me to wonder if anything dramatic has changed in the overvoltage protection field since this book was written.
  • WOGY
It isn't a new book, but it still has a lot of good information that is used today.
Tells about the types of problens that happen on diferent circuits, information about protection devices and how to put them together to build your own protection circuit.
Because of the date, there are some devices that aren't in the book, but it's a value book on the subject, specially about protection on mains(AC).
  • Brariel
If you need to protect a circuit from overvoltages, this is the book.
The book is based on the author's vast experience with overvoltage protection. Research up to and including 1989 are incorporated into the book. Mr. Standler applies the results of many scientific papers on overvoltage to the real world.
Even though it was written in 1989, the physics are still valid and can be applied today.
  • Gadar
Exhaustive reference of tvss technologies and applications