The Challenge: Harsh environment applications require rugged and reliable components able to withstand adverse conditions that standard commercial connectors and cable assemblies typically cannot endure. Connector contaminants are the leading cause of power loss and signal degradation, often requiring the continuous need for cleaning.
Paris, France – Exxelia, a leading manufacturer of ruggedized passive components and sub-systems dedicated to demanding markets, today introduced Miniature Micro-Layer (MML) capacitors, a breakthrough technology that allows tremendous size and weight reduction thanks to an unrivaled energy density.
Joint effort accelerates the pace of 5G and electric vehicle innovation. Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that delivers advanced design and validation solutions to help accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, and National Central University Optical Sciences Center (NCUOSC) announced a collaboration to improve the design and test validation efficiency of gallium nitride (GaN) and silicon carbide (SiC) applications, accelerating the pace of 5G and electric vehicle (EV) innovation.
The new TXLN line comprises a series of metal enclosed AC/DC power supplies ranging from 18 to 960 Watt (split into 12 different power levels) and is designed for a wide range of industrial applications.
Exxelia, a leading manufacturer of complex passive components and sub-systems dedicated to harsh environments, is back on Mars onboard the Perseverance rover serving 3 key high-precision measuring and sampling instruments.
Taking place at the National Conference Centre on November 17th 2021, this free-to-attend seminar will be supported by an exhibition with live product demonstrations, making it of great value to Designers, Production/System Engineers, Instrument Technicians/Engineers and C&I Engineers involved in the design, operation and maintenance of modern automated factories and process plant.
Teknic’s ClearPath servos power the Dominator, a Guinness World Record setting robot, made by Mark Rober! In just over 24 hours, the dominator placed over 100,000 dominos to create a Super Mario Bros. mural.