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Customer requests prompt non-safety-critical MLCCs

Customer requests prompt non-safety-critical MLCCs
Developed at the specific request of industrial electronics customers, Knowles brand Syfer can now offer MLCC’s, for non-safety critical applications, up to 500Vac, 50/60Hz continuous. Syfer pioneered 250Vac rated MLCC’s for non-safety critical applications to complement its range of industry standard DC rated TUV / UL qualified class X & Y surge and safety MLCCs.
20th November 2017

Supercapacitor suits space-constrained applications

Supercapacitor suits space-constrained applications
The DMH Series supercapacitor from Murata is in stock at Mouser Electronics . Featuring an ultra-thin profile of just 0.4mm, the DMH series supercapacitor is designed for peak power assist in wearables, medical patches, e-paper devices, smart cards, and other space-constrained mobile devices.
17th November 2017

Wet tantalum capacitors boast ultra-high capacitance range

Wet tantalum capacitors boast ultra-high capacitance range
High-energy EP1 series wet tantalum capacitors from Vishay are now in stock in Europe at TTI. Built on Vishay’s proven SuperTan technology, the products feature an ultra high capacitance range from 2,000µF to 30,00 µF and voltage ratings from 25VDC to 125VDC in the A case code.
15th November 2017


Nitride precision chip resistors add 10ppm TCR capability

Nitride precision chip resistors add 10ppm TCR capability
Stackpole has announced its AEC qualified RTAN series which utilises tantalum nitride technology to provide moisture proof precision chip resistor performance. The RTAN film passes biased humidity testing at 85°C, 85% relative humidity, and ten percent bias with very little shift in resistance. The materials and design are such that the RTAN is resistant to sulfur contamination and will pass the industry standard sulfur test ANSI/EIA-977 (Method A) with minimal resistance shift.
15th November 2017

Thin film chip resistors deliver power dissipation to 0.4W

Thin film chip resistors deliver power dissipation to 0.4W
A series of Automotive Grade thin film chip resistors that features the industry's highest rated power dissipation in the compact 0402, 0603, and 0805 case sizes has been launched by Vishay Intertechnology. For electronics in automotive, industrial, and renewable energy applications, Vishay Beyschlag MC HP series devices combine high operating temperatures to +175 °C with low load life drift ≤ 0.2 % after 1,000 hours of operation at rated dissipation.
14th November 2017

Compact TVS diode array suitable for mobile devices

Compact TVS diode array suitable for mobile devices
Circuit protection company, Littelfuse, has introduced a new series of small-footprint TVS Diode Arrays (SPA diodes) that are optimised for protecting high-speed signal pins. The SP3422-04UTG series 0.2pF 22kV TVS Diode Array integrates four channels of ultra-low capacitance rail-to-rail diodes and an additional zener diode to provide protection for electronic equipment that may be exposed to destructive electrostatic discharges (ESD).
14th November 2017

Making energy cleaner with harmonic filters

Making energy cleaner with harmonic filters
Power systems manufacturer, REO UK has extended its range of harmonic filters with the REOWAVE passive plus. The new product features specially developed control circuitry that minimises reactive power by only activating the filter circuit at certain currents, while also protecting the device against overheating and electrical overload. This technology reduces power consumption of the overall electrical system by approximately 20%.
7th November 2017

Electrolytic capacitor breaks energy density barriers

Electrolytic capacitor breaks energy density barriers
A development in aluminum electrolytic technology from Cornell Dubilier Electronics (CDE) is now in stock at New Yorker Electronics. The CDE 85°C THA Series ThinPack capacitors are only 8.2mm thick, and only 9mm in the 105°C THAS Series. Comparable in height to V-chip electrolytics, tantalums and board-mounted axials, the THA and THAS offer much higher bulk-storage energy density.
6th November 2017

DC-Link capacitors suitable for industrial and infrastructure use

DC-Link capacitors suitable for industrial and infrastructure use
Two recently introduced series of DC-Link capacitors from Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems Europe benefit from key technological advantages initially developed for the automotive segment. Mainly targeted at the power inverter and switching power supply markets, the EZPQ and EZPE series serve as AC-Link and DC-Link capacitors respectively. Both series use Panasonic’s patterned metallisation technology.
2nd November 2017

MLCCs meet extreme automotive operating temperatures

MLCCs meet extreme automotive operating temperatures
The operating temperature range of Vishay Intertechnology’s HOTcap K…H series of Automotive Grade, radial-leaded multilayer ceramic chip capacitors (MLCCs) has been extended to +200°C. The Vishay BCcomponents leaded MLCCs are now approved for operation over a temperature range of -55°C to +200°C for 500 hours, and they provide unlimited operation to +175°C.
30th October 2017


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