One trend that continues to define electronic product design is miniaturization. At every stage, smaller is better: from the channel length of transistors to the size of the end product. This is clear from the way communication devices, portable computers, and wearable electronics have shrunk since their inception (figure 1).
As extra automated systems become packed onto factory floors, often near human workers, equipment designers must take care to meet applicable equipment directives.
KEMET released the Tantalum Stack Polymer (TSP) O 7360-43 and the 82uF/75V rated voltage extension in Polymer Hermetically Sealed.
Pyroelectric passive infrared (PIR) sensors allow for easy integration, configuration and more design-in possibilities.
Designed for use by power electronics engineers where high-power density and high efficiency in a small form factor is critical.
Electrification brings advantages such as cost reduction, lightness, and the opportunity for flexible electronic control that allows performance to be adapted and new features to be added.
The device has a 125?C maximum operating temperature