TDK Corporation

TDK U.S.A. Corporation (TUC), a group company of TDK Corporation, was founded in 1981 and is based in Uniondale, New York. It is the Corporate Headquarters for North and South America.

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27th April 2023
300W non-isolated DC-DC converters have wide range input and outputs

TDK Corporation announces the introduction of the 300W rated TDK-Lambda RGC series of ruggedised non-isolated DC-DC converters.

18th April 2023
TDK stray-field ASIL C ready hall-effect position sensor family

TDK Corporation has introduced the Micronas fast 2D Hall-effect position sensor family HAL 302x addressing the need for stray-field robust motor position sensing as well as ISO 26262 compliant developments in automotive and industrial applications.

29th March 2023
TDK Ventures co-leads next round of financing in fusion-innovator Type One Energy

TDK has announced that subsidiary TDK Ventures is co-leading the latest round of financing in fusion-company Type One Energy.

20th February 2023
Detecting metal particle contamination invisible to the human eye

Implementing stringent quality control procedures in any manufacturing facility is essential, from the raw materials stage onward. The pharmaceutical, cosmetic, industrial and food and beverage industries, in particular, pay close attention to the intrusion of contaminants – even those too small to be visible to the human eye. For instance, a minute impurity in the lithium-ion battery of a smartphone might result in capacity loss, heat gene...

16th February 2023
TDK introduces its next-gen embedded motor controller family HVC 5x

TDK has expanded its Micronas embedded motor controller portfolio with the first members of the HVC 5x family of programmable system-on-chip (SOC) motor controllers for driving small stepper, brushed (BDC) and brushless (BLDC) motors in automotive and industrial applications.

14th February 2023
AC-DC power supply thermal management patent enables more efficient design-in

TDK Corporation announces that TDK-Lambda UK’s Power Supply Apparatus patent application has been approved for grant by the UK Intellectual Property Office.

7th February 2023
1200W full-brick DC/DC converters have 200 to 425V input and 94% efficiency

TDK Corporation announces the introduction of the TDK-Lambda PH1200A280 full-brick DC/DC converters for use with HVDC (high voltage direct current) input voltages from 200 to 425Vdc.

30th November 2022
Half-brick DC/DC converters for railway power systems

TDK Corporation announces the introduction of the TDK-Lambda CN-110B series of half-brick DC/DC converters for railway power systems.

18th November 2022
Cold plasma: how will it be used in medical and healthcare

Although most people likely will be familiar with the term plasma, they perhaps won’t know much about it. Dr. Stefan Nettesheim, Managing Director, relyon plasma GmbH, a TDK Group Company explores the topic further.

11th November 2022
TDK introduces high-speed TMR front-end IC

TDK Corporation complements the existing TMR sensor portfolio with the new Micronas signal-conditioning integrated circuit (IC) ASA 2310 for high-speed automotive and industrial electric motor applications.

7th October 2022
Opening up new possibilities in medical 3D imaging

Medical imaging technology has advanced tremendously since Roentgen discovered X-rays at the end of the 1800s.

30th August 2022
Rugged converters have an 18:1 ultra-wide input for industrial and rail applications

TDK Corporation announces the introduction of the 20W TDK-Lambda brand PYD20 series of DC-DC converters.

1st August 2022
Journey towards a net-zero society

Governments around the world have set the target of becoming carbon neutral by 2050. To achieve this goal, they are promoting CO₂ reduction and other greenhouse gases together with the expansion of renewable energy. By Yoshiaki Fukumitsu, Manager, Energy Solution Business Company, TDK discusses how electronics can help society on the journey to net-zero emissions.

12th July 2022
New 1U high 7,500W programmable power supply series

TDK Corporation have announced the introduction of very high power density 7,500W rated 1U high models to the TDK-Lambda GENESYS+ series of programmable power supplies.

10th June 2022
How autonomous vehicles turn safely

The fundamental functions of a car are to run, turn and stop safely. One of the major technological challenges for autonomous driving is to detect the steering angles accurately while turning. Jens Schubert, Product Marketing Manager, Magnetic Sensors, TDK-Micronas GmbH discusses.

9th March 2022
12V & 48V models added to AC-DC power module series

TDK Corporation have announced the introduction of 12V and 48V output models to the TDK-Lambda brand PFH500F series of high-efficiency AC-DC power modules.

23rd February 2022
Test simulation benefits from programmable power supplier

Automotive test simulation benefits from programmable power supplies with very fast output dynamics.

19th November 2021
TDK announce 3D HAL sensor for automotive applications

TDK Corporation announces the portfolio expansion of its Micronas direct-angle Hall-effect sensor family with the HAR 3927. This product uses proprietary 3D HAL pixel-cell technology and addresses the need for ISO 26262-compliant development. 

30th June 2021
500W low airflow medical configurable power supplies

TDK Corporation has announced the introduction of the 500W rated configurable TDK-Lambda brand XMS500A series of AC/DC power supplies. The series is mechanically designed for effective cooling with a low 1m/s airflow, reducing acoustic noise.

22nd June 2021
350W convection cooled medical power supplies released

TDK Corporation has announced the introduction of the TDK-Lambda brand CUS350MP series of AC/DC power supplies with medical and industrial safety certifications. The series is rated at 350W convection, 500W with forced air and can deliver up to 1,000W peak power.

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