Annual surveys of progress in Canadian manufacturing(1) have repeatedly stressed that the only way to compete and win is through a commitment to innovation. At the same time, firms show an inability to devote manpower to new projects.(2)
You can beat this problem.
Competitive, novel and high-quality electronics can be developed and manufactured in your facility.
These may vary from specialized hardware, assembled in small batches, to large-scale consumer goods with contracted offshore sub-assembly.
New product will
be expected to exhibit both versatility and economy in their
power interface as the available power sources change, both
in nature and in complexity. Safe and secure
communication and control are also critically dependant on
power source interactions. The user interface must
be both intuitive and trouble free.
For reduced size, weight and cost, a power electronics specialist can help to improve circuit efficiency while minimizing the alterations entailed. Practical manufacturing, safety and EMC requirements are met in this manner.
requirements are most economically anticipated in the
project planning and development stages, improvements can
often be achieved prior to certification and commisioning,
without significant penalties.
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Transistor Type Listing
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Semiconductor MFR Abbreviations
SMD Marking Code Identification; Type to Mark
SMD Marking Code Identification; Mark to Type