source: TT Electronics news Woking, UK, 11 January 2018 – TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, today announced the HPWC (high pulse withstanding chip) range of high energy surge resistor products. The high pulse resistors are designed to maximise the level of surge performance available in a single-sided flat […]
source: Capacitor Faks blog Today’s electronic devices are smaller in size and have more functionality compared to their predecessors. They are expected to get even smaller with the current advancements in manufacturing technologies. The trend towards miniaturization of components is mainly accelerated by better understanding of materials and improved processing techniques. Critical applications such as […]
source: Phys.org article The Internet of Things is coming, that much we know. But not without components and chips that can handle the explosion of data that comes with IoT. In 2020, there will be 50 billion industrial internet sensors in place. A single autonomous device – a smartwatch, a cleaning robot, or a driverless […]
source: Electronics Sourcing article By James Carbone. Electronics distributors are optimistic that European component sales in 2018 will continue to post strong growth after revenue rose at double-digit rates in 2017.
source: 3D priting progress news The Berlin-based software company trinckle provides design automation for 3D printing – with a focus on product customization. For the PROTIQ Marketplace, the company developed a web-based configurator for inductors that enables customers to configure and order customized copper inductors in a fully digitized process.
source: Murata news Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has expanded the RHS Series of lead type multilayer ceramic capacitors for automotive use in high temperature applications. Products newly introduced at this time include a 100Vdc rated product for 200°C use, which expands the previous lineup of 200Vdc and 500Vdc products, and a 100Vdc rated product for […]
source: ECN news Tue, 01/09/2018 – 10:18am by Knowles Capacitors Circuit designers and engineers turn to two of Knowles brand DLI’s cataloged products, Bar Cap® and Gap Cap® for decoupling, RF Bypassing, and DC blocking applications.
source: Electronics Weekly article Analogue Devices has combined switched capacitor and inductive buck conversion in the same topology to reduce the size of step-down dc-dc converters.
Source: Kyocera news December 7, 2017 Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto) today announced that it has developed new multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs) for mobile device applications in a 008004 case size, among the world’s smallest*1. Measuring just 0.25 x 0.125 x 0.125mm, Kyocera’s new CM01 Series MLCCs reduce space requirements by 60% in surface area […]
source: Murata news Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has developed a new X1 class capacitor, DE1 series Type RB that has been certified for rated voltage AC760V as X1 class, as part of its DE1 series which are IEC 60384-14*1 compliant X1/Y1*2 class certified ceramic capacitors. The product contributes to size reduction and noise suppression for […]