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Si5317 jitter filter from Silicon Labs. This is a filter specially designed for clock signals. The Si5317 is fully configurable, allowing both the work frequency and loop bandwidth to be set. It admits different types of clocks (CML, CMOS, LVDS or LVPECL), being capable of producing such levels too. Based on Silicon Laboratories\' 3rd-generation DSPLL technology, the Si5317 outputs a clock signal having a typical jitter of 300fs.
SxX8xSx SCRs (silicon controlled rectifiers) from Littelfuse (Teccor). These thyristors can control currents up to 0.51A (or 0.8A average), having a maximum voltage drop of 1.7V.
Littelfuse Polyfuse devices. This new version of the library contains the most recent surface mount resettable fuses (PPTCs) from Littelfuse.
P8X32A microcontroller from Parallax. This is a 32bit, 8-cog multiprocessor microcontroller, for high speed application that offers a low power consumption. This library contains all available variants. The schematic symbol of the P8X32A was simplified in this new revision.
Wurth Electronics Midcom\'s V2.1 Transformer Library contains pad layouts, schematics, pinouts, and basic part information.