Article archive for Kemet;
This month’s issue, now available in print or digital editions, contains features on Power technologies & Automotive applications, as well as EPDT's electronica preview, plus editorial on smart manufacturing in a post-pandemic world & the IET's latest
Range anxiety is a familiar term in the context of battery-powered electric vehicles (EVs) – and for some, presents a barrier to more widespread adoption. Two things that can overcome resistance to emerging technologies are reason and, of course, engineering improvements that address valid concerns.
There are many trends and dynamics at play within the modern electronics world, but one of the most common is getting more out of something within a confined space.
Solid State Supplies announced a non-exclusive distribution agreement with KEMET Electronics Corporation.
Farnell element14 announces it is now stocking two new high-performance metalised impregnated paper series film capacitors from KEMET.
A breakthrough in capacitor packaging technology means that polymer cathode capacitors may soon be able to bring their low ESR properties to automotive applications.
KEMET’s plans for electronica saw the launch of new tantalum capacitor families and advanced high-performance ceramic capacitors.
KEMET announced product extensions for the T550 Polymer Hermetic Seal (PHS) Series of tantalum through-hole capacitors.
KEMET Expands its polymer hermetic seal (PHS) portfolio and claims to be first-to-market with highest voltage at low leakage.
KEMET expanded its KEMET Organic Capacitor (KO-CAP) family with the release of 63V product extensions for the T521 High Voltage Polymer Series
KEMET has introduced its new T496 Hi-Rel Fused Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) MnO2 Series of tantalum surface mount capacitors.
Kemet adds first-to-market Polymer HermeticSeal (PHS) Series to Its tantalum through-hole portfolio.
KEMET is continuing to sponsor the TUfast e-Technology Racing Team at the Technical University of Munich.
KEMET has introduced its new automotive grade high voltage multilayer ceramic capacitors.
KEMET has introduced a new range of Tantalum Stacked MnO2 capacitors.
Capacitors from Kemet meet MIL-PRF-55365 and MIL-STD-1580 and can be customised.
Capacitor company, Kemet may be based in North Carolina, USA, but with the acquisition of Finnish/Swedish company Arcotronics this month, it will have a strong, even to the point of being biased, presence in Europe.
With circuits moving increasingly towards low-voltage, high-current designs, the requirement is increasing for lower equivalent series resistance (ESR) and low equivalent series inductance (ESL) components