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Nichicon’s newly developed UBY series aluminum electrolytic capacitor has a high temperature range of 125 to 135°C, with high capacitance, and high ripple current.
Nichicon’s UCV series is a small sized low impedance surface mount aluminum electrolytic capacitor.
Nichicon’s UCH series is a -40⁰C-125⁰C low impedance surface mount aluminum electrolytic capacitor featuring a low temperature ESR specification.
Omron makes a wide range of power PCB relays, all of which are 100% factory tested to ensure 100% total satisfaction.
General Purpose Connectors on PCB. Flat Cable Connectors and IDC Connectors are available.
FPC Connectors with 0.3mm, 0.4mm and 0.5mm pitch; low profile; front and rotary backlock mechanisms; upper, lower and double-sided contacts.
Omron Electronic Components has a diverse selection of standard options. We can deliver a snap action switch that will drop right into your application. Saving you time, component counts and cost, while improving your products overall quality.
Tactile Switches, Single point of contact Domes and Dome Arrays provides crisp tactile feedback for panel, keypad and product input designs, when coupled with an appropriate actuator.
ROHM's Automotive MOSFET have a wide drive type and supports small signal to high power.
ROHM schottky barrier diodes provide low VF & IR and high ESD resistance.
ROHM’s proprietary microfabrication technology was utilized to develop on-chip transformer processes for compact, isolated gate drivers.
ROHM voltage detector IC series are reset IC with highly accurate detection voltage of ±1% , low current consumption, small thin packages and wide range of detection voltage.
ROHM offers a wide lineup of general-purpose 3-pin regulators featuring low power consumption, high current capability, and high voltage resistance, making them ideal for mobile phones, automotive systems, consumer electronics, and commercial/industrial equipment.
The IPD (intelligent power device) series of the ROHM is a universal switch of the automotive grade that integrated low on resistance MOSFET and various protection circuit into one chip.
A broad lineup of LED drivers, such as AC/DC, DC/AC, and constant current types optimized for a variety of applications, including lighting, backlighting, camera flash, displays, and automotive systems.
ROHM serial EEPROMs are non-volatile memory optimized for data retention, available in a range of interfaces, package types, and storage capacities.
09.14.2015 // Murray Slovick in: New Technology
With 245,000 visitors, 1,645 exhibitors and exhibit floor space totaling 150,000 square meters IFA is one of the world’s leading trade shows for Consumer Electronics and Home Appliances. Organized by More...
08.17.2015 // Murray Slovick in: New Technology
Amid an ongoing tidal wave of mobile phone and portable Internet of Things (IoT) development (such as wearables), designers are being challenged to fit greater functionality into smaller form factors, More...
07.16.2015 // Murray Slovick in: New Technology
Passive and active components traditionally are mounted on the surface of a PC board (PCB). But while component size, ball pitch and line width have been decreasing over the years, in the future it will More...
06.18.2015 // Murray Slovick in: Passives
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American household uses about 24 electronic products such as personal computers, mobile phones, televisions, and e-readers. With More...
05.21.2015 // Murray Slovick in: Passives
When you were a kid in school did you ever sit in class when the teacher brought up the subject of a report due the next day—knowing that you had no chance of being able to complete it on time—only to More...
04.22.2015 // Murray Slovick in: Passives
In mid-March the Power Sources Manufacturers Association (PSMA) once again held its annual Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), this time in Charlotte, North Carolina, marking the conference’s More...
03.17.2015 // Murray Slovick in: Passives
IEEE’s 2015 International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) took place Feb. 22-26 in San Francisco. The theme of ISSCC 2015 was “novel system and circuit solutions which open new vistas for society, More...
02.19.2015 // Murray Slovick in: Passives
Inductors play a fundamental role in the design and development of switch-mode power supplies (SMPS). All three primary SMPS topologies − step-down (buck), step-up (boost), and step-up/down (buck-boost More...
01.21.2015 // Murray Slovick in: Passives
The Internet of Things (IoT) market is set for explosive growth. A projected 30 billion devices will enter into the IoT ecosystem by 2020 according to the market research firm ABI Research. More...
11.20.2014 // Murray Slovick in: Passives
I realized recently, while reading a press release about an AEC-Q200 qualified part, one that met the Automotive Electronics Council requirements for components suitable for harsh automotive environments, More...