Paumanok Releases Resistor World Market Report, Technologies & Opportunities: 2020-2025

Paumanok Inc. has released its latest market report on resistors: World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities 2020-2025.

The study is split into the following sections:

I. INTRODUCTION: Describes the methodology and scope of coverage- the basic definitions of linear resistors.

II. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW: This breaks down the linear resistor markets into to categories by resistive element, which are generally based upon thick and thin film materials such as ruthenium oxide, nichrome film and foil, nichrome wire and TaN films.

III. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: This section shows lead time trends for 13 different sub-types of resistors based upon resistive element, configuration and case size and shows 100 months of lead time data to support forecasts.

IV. RESISTOR MARKETS BY TYPE: This section discusses resistor markets by technology; thick film, nichrome, carbon, thin film- and by tolerance, power rating, voltage and case size.

V. RESISTOR MARKETS BY END-USE MARKET SEGMENT: The study addresses the global markets for linear resistors by end-use market segment and breaks down worldwide demand from the industrial, computer, telecommunications, computer, home theatre, automotive and specialty end-use market segments.

VI. RESISTOR MARKETS BY WORLD REGION AND COUNTRY: The study breaks out resistor consumption value in three primary regions and 18 different countries.. This is based upon Paumanok’s detailed analysis of 30 years of EM545 and IM145 related shipment data.

VII. COMPETITION: The study offers detailed vendor market share information for thick film chips, wirewound, nichrome film, tin oxide and thin film resistors.

VIII. FORECASTS: Global market forecasts are given in terms of value, volume and pricing for each resistor product by type and sub-category for each year to 2025. The study updates the global forecasts for consumption by end-use market segment based on impact of pandemic on supply chains.

ISBN# 1-89-3211-38-X (2020)

Published: July 1, 2020

193 Pages and 60 Charts & Graphs

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