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Bourns12

Electronics Design

1 month ago

High Performance Inductor Designs Meet Advanced Electronics Needs

The power demands of electronic devices have increased substantially over the last couple of years. Today’s designs operate at higher switching frequencies, require ever-more component performance support and are continually shrinking in size.

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Bourns12

Sensors

7 months ago

Pressure Sensor Features Required for Harsh Environments

Electronic components are now included in many mechanical applications. The driving factors for this migration are due to the increasing complexity of mechanical designs coupled with user expectations for increased functionality.

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Bourns12

Electronics Design

11 months ago

BMS Signal Transformers - Everything you need to know

Battery Management Systems (BMS) connect to high-energy battery packs and manage the charging, discharging of the pack. They also monitor essential safety factors including temperature, state of charge and the pack’s state of health.

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Bourns12

Automotive

1 year ago

Why Semi-Shielded Inductors Are Ideal Solutions for Automotive Applications

There is growing interest in using semi-shielded power inductors in several automotive applications.

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Bourns12

Automotive

2 years ago

Bourns® Multifuse® Polymeric PTC Thermistors for Automotive Overcurrent Solutions

The Bourns® Multifuse® family of Polymeric Positive Temperature Coefficient (PPTC) Resettable Fuses are used in a wide variety of circuit protection applications.

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