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Adaptive CCM technology highlighted at APEC 2017

Adaptive CCM technology highlighted at APEC 2017
Global designer and manufacturer of highly engineered passive components and high-end electromechanical solutions, Exxelia, will exhibit ranges of wound magnetic components at 2017 Applied Power Electronics Conference, Tampa, FL, from 27th-30th March. Notable at Exxelia’s booth 623, will be products based on the highly customisable Chameleon Concept Magnetics (CCM) Technology. The CCM technology adapts to most every need, even the harshest environments, including VIGON resistance.
10th March 2017

Inductor offers high temperature performance for automotive applications

Inductor offers high temperature performance for automotive applications
A new AEC-Q200-qualified IHLP low profile, high current inductor in the 1616 case size that combines a high operating temperature to +155 °C with a low profile of 2mm to save space in automotive applications has been announced by Vishay Intertechnology. The Vishay Dale IHLP-1616BZ-5A is optimised for energy storage in DC/DC converters up to 2MHz. 
9th March 2017

Supercapacitor technology delivers ultra-high pulse power

Supercapacitor technology delivers ultra-high pulse power
AVX Supercapacitors or Double Layer Capacitors provide a combination of characteristics recognised as delivering an excellent compromise between electronic and dielectric capacitors. Available now in Europe through TTI are the AVX BestCap, SCC Series Cylindrical and SCM Series Module capacitors.
9th March 2017


Circuit protection thermistor conserves power

Circuit protection thermistor conserves power
A new UL-approved circuit protection thermistor has been released by Ametherm that helps to conserve power, save space, and lower costs for a wide variety of applications with hot resistance, current handling and energy ratings. The company claims that the SL32 0R230 is the only UL-approved circuit protection thermistor on the market with a maximum continuous current rating of 30A and 'hot' resistance on the order of just 6mΩ.
7th March 2017

Call for Papers for Passive Component Networking Days Symposium

Call for Papers for Passive Component Networking Days Symposium
A Call for Papers for the first Passive Component Networking Days Symposium (PCNS) has been announced by the European Passive Components Institute (EPCI). The symposium has been jointly organised together with Technical University of Brno on 12th-15th September in Brno, Czech Republic. Passive components represent more than 80% of the parts used on a PCB. Therefore, they are one of key elements of electronic design.
6th March 2017

New generation of passive harmonic filters are robust and reliable

A new benchmark is being set with Schaffner’s product offering of harmonics mitigation solutions. Ecosine evo harmonic filters utilise technology to reliably control excessive power line harmonics with an evolutionary modular product concept.
28th February 2017

Relay range meets safety agency approvals

Relay range meets safety agency approvals
An expanded Finder relay range on offer from distributor JPR Electronics includes standard and low profile, PCB socket mounted relays and DIN Rail versions with LED indication of actuation. SPCO and DPCO contacts are available with current ratings across the range from 1.25 to 16A and operating voltages of 5, 12 or 24VDC and 110 and 230VAC.
23rd February 2017

LCD display pushbuttons swell switches range

LCD display pushbuttons swell switches range
An almost twofold increase in its offering of NKK switches has been announced by RS Components. The introduction of more than 460 additions to the range includes: toggles; pushbuttons; DIP and slide switches; and rotary, rocker, tactile and smart switches that integrate LCDs. Key introductions in this large range extension are LCD display pushbuttons that are ideal for the many broadcast industries, including a frameless OLED pushbutton switch.
22nd February 2017

Liquid cooling halves component space

Liquid cooling halves component space
Many renewable and marine resistor applications are moving towards liquid cooling, because it offers superior environmental protection for drive systems, as well as improved reliability and smaller component sizes.  Author: Steve Hughes, REO UK
21st February 2017

Four ways tactile switches deliver on consumer demand

Four ways tactile switches deliver on consumer demand
Consumer electronics, particularly the portable variety, require advanced components that combine miniaturisation with ruggedness. These design objectives can be difficult for engineers to meet without sacrificing performance, functionality or operating life.  Author: Jerome Smolinski, Senior Product Manager, C&K
21st February 2017


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