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30th August 2013
A solution for modern high power circuit boards

Combining high current and lots of control electronics into an extremely limited space is one of the main challenges facing design engineers in modern high power circuit boards. The partial thick copper technology - Wirelaid - is being increasingly implemented throughout the industry. Wirelaid offers a reduction in cost, a reduced number of layers, improved heat dissipation and reduced system volume. Würth Elektronik designs to specific cust...

20th June 2011
Würth Elektronik is first PCB producer in Germany receives AEO F seal of approval

The status AEO F is an internationally recognised quality certificate granted by the customs authorities, authenticating the company’s security from manipulation in the supply chain, the traceability of incoming and outgoing goods and a functioning organisation of foreign trade control. Such certificate is issued in three level versions, whereby Würth El-ektronik has been granted level „full“, which means fulfilment of high...

15th June 2011
Power Logic Module connects REDline and ICCS product lines

Würth Elektronik ICS is extending with the Power Logic Module its successful REDline product line for central electrical units. With this new standard module, vehicle manufacturers can integrate logical control functions much more flexible and cheaper into their existing solutions. Especially manufacturers of commercial vehicles, who have to equip their vehicles with lots of special functions, will be able to use the new module to integrate ...

Test & Measurement
4th May 2011
New LED symbol cluster

Würth Elektronik ICS expands its successful ICCS (Intelligent Control and Command Systems) product line with an LED symbol cluster. As a standard product with a fully customisable front panel design, it gives vehicle manufacturers a highly economical option to replace or complement existing installations.

4th May 2011
Stacking is in demand in the future

The new research project MANOS not only allows stacking artists, it welcomes them. With innovative surface coatings based on nanoparticles and the latest adhesive procedures, embedding technologies are advancing into new dimensions. That's because you can use the novel circuit board-based modular fasten and release technology to stack sensor systems.

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