2022-10-05 - SCHURTER

SCHURTER open fuse holder now THR-compatible

SCHURTER's latest OGN series of open fuse holders offers a version that is compatible with through-hole reflow (THR) solder processes.

2022-09-23 - Steve Hageman

Can you trust Class 2 ceramic capacitors?

There are a few other issues with high dielectric constant capacitors (Class 2) that need to be addressed.

2022-09-16 - Majeed Ahmad

EMC filters targeted at robotics, data center applications

The EMC filters aim to meet specific needs of data center and robotic markets that require power supplies to be mounted in 19” rack cabinets.

2022-08-18 - Steve Hageman

How far can you trust ceramic capacitors?

Here's a look at some of the common pitfalls when using ceramic capacitors.

2022-07-19 - Bill Schweber

Circuit protection: When one plus one is more than four

The benefits of a new combined gas discharge tube and varistor for overvoltage protection can go beyond the simple co-packaging of two separate components.

2022-07-01 - Jean-Jacques (JJ) DeLisle

Demystifying memristors with design basics, key properties

Memristive dynamics are common in the latest nanoscale devices, and as devices continue to shrink, memristive technology becomes increasingly viable and also necessary in active device development.

2022-06-17 - SCHURTER

SCHURTER expands Power Entry Module series with snap-in mounting option

SCHURTER has expanded its EC12 series with a version for snap-in mounting that is designed to save panel space.

2022-04-14 - Mouser Electronics Inc.

Mouser Electronics receives distributor of the year award from TE Connectivity

Mouser Electronics has received the Global High Service Distributor of the Year Award for the eighth time from TE Connectivity.

- Samsung Electro-Mechanics

Samsung Electro-Mechanics expands MLCC portfolio for automotive powertrains

Samsung Electro-Mechanics has developed 13 high-temperature MLCCs designed for automotive powertrains.

2022-03-17 - Bill Schweber

What if passive components followed the Moore’s law?

Passive shrinkage is not governed by this well-known supposition, but they still have had some remarkable reduction in footprint and volume.