Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. introduced two new series of Automotive Grade, surface-mount aluminium electrolytic capacitors that combine high voltages up to 450 V with operating temperatures up to +125 °C and useful life up to 6,000 hours for automotive and industrial applications.
Noise is a constant problem in power-supply design. While there are FCC limits on the electromagnetic interference (EMI) radiating out into the air as well as the conducted noise that your design injects back into its input, your first noise problem is getting the noise low enough in your outputs.
Nanomaterials offer greatly improved ionic transport and electronic conductivity compared with conventional battery and supercapacitor materials. They also enable the occupation of all intercalation sites available in the particle volume, leading to high specific capacities and fast ion diffusion.
After the Space Shuttle was retired in 2011, the United States had to rely on Russia to bring astronauts to and from orbit. Today, we’re preparing for SpaceX and Boeing to fly crews to the International Space Station. In the last decade, the F-35 entered its second decade of development; today, more than 400 aircraft have been delivered.
The new ecosine® max filter series FN3470/71, FN3480/81, FN3472/73 and FN3482/83 with versions for 400 VAC and 480 VAC, 50 Hz and 60 Hz networks are based on Schaffner award-winning ecosine® platform. They are the key passive power quality offer for higher power ranges (250KW-500KW) that can be found in demanding drive applications.
Dirac matter is an intriguing class of materials with rather peculiar properties: electrons in these materials behave as if they had no mass. The most prominent Dirac material is graphene, but further members have been discovered during the past 15 years or so. Each one of them serves as a rich playground for exploring ‘exotic’ electronic behaviours, some of which hold the promise to enable novel components for electronics.