Automotive-grade resistors offer TCR down to ± 2 ppm/K
Vishay Intertechnology has extended its TNPU e3 series of Automotive Grade ultra-precision thin film flat chip resistors with lower temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR) down to ± 2 ppm/K in the 0603, 0805, and 1206 case sizes.
RC Networks absorb spark discharges and induced noise
The complete series of Electrocube RC Networks ‘Arc-Suppressing’ Resistor-Capacitor (RC) Circuits is on sale at distributor New Yorker Electronics.
Electrolytic capacitor saves space, weght and costs
New Yorker Electronics is now marketing and selling a new Ultra-Low-Profile Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor from Cornell Dubilier Electronics (CDE).
Electrolytic capacitor copes with demanding environments
Stock of the hermetically sealed MLSH series aluminium electrolytic capacitor from Cornell Dubilier (CDE) is now being held by distributor TTI.
RPC2512-HP 2W pulse withstanding chip from Stackpole
Power supplies and controls face an increasing level of surge requirements from regulatory bodies as well as internal design requirements. Higher power ratings and better pulse withstanding are critical. Discover the RPC2512-HP 2W pulse withstanding chip to help with these challenges.
Power capacitors offer 50Hz with 60Hz options
The RG-2 Series of Metallised Propylene Low-Voltage Film Capacitors is in stock at New Yorker Electronics.
Capacitor meets high efficiency needs
KEMET’s KC-LINK capacitor is said to offer industry leading performance for fast switching wide bandgap (WBG) semiconductor applications.
Ranges expanded on wet tantalum capacitor
A tantalum-cased, hermetically sealed wet tantalum capacitor with expanded capacitance ranges from Vishay is in stock at New Yorker Electronics.
Mil-spec resistors rated to MIL-PRF-55342
Vishay’s highest rated MIL-PRF-55342 military qualified resistors are being featured by distributor New Yorker Electronics.
Higher density capacitors save board space
A new series of Vishay BC Components miniature snap-in power aluminum electrolytic capacitors has been introduced by New Yorker Electronics.