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KEMET: Safety-Certified Surface Mount Ceramic Capacitors


Fort Lauderdale, FL — KEMET Corporation has launched a new range of surface mount, safety-certi- fied multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs) for use in mains-powered applications. The CAS series addresses widespread demand for miniaturization, without compromis- ing performance, by offering higher capacitance, smaller overall size and simplified assembly over existing leaded disc devices. The trend to increase function-


ality in tighter spaces and industry and consumer demand for portable solutions is causing the PCB real estate available for electronics, including power delivery systems, to shrink.


Commonly used safety certified


leaded disc components are bulky compared with KEMET’s CAS series SMD MLCCs and are often not suit- able for applications with restricted spaces in which filtering circuitry


needs to be placed. Leaded disc devices also require pin-through installation into PCBs, a process that is not compatible with standard automated reflow profiles and can result in additional production costs. Filtering is important in mains- to manage


powered products


unwanted transients, such as high- frequency noise in both line-to-line (class X) and line-to-ground (class Y) applications. Safety-certified capaci- tors are used in a wide variety of applications, such as power adapters for mobile devices, industrial power distribution and electric vehicle


power inverters. Contact: KEMET Corp.,


One East Broward Boulevard,


Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 % 954-766-2815 E-mail: fernandospada@kemet.com Web: www.kemet.com


Indium Corp. Offers High-Rel Products for Power Electronics


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Clinton, NY — Indium Corporation offers a portfolio of high-reliability solutions for power electronics. The company’s InFORMS® reinforced sol- der alloy fabrications are designed to improve mechanical and thermal reliability, while ensuring uniform bondline thickness. They also address specific challenges of the power electronics industry by provid- ing an enhanced material for the development of more reliable and higher-performance modules. QuickSinter® silver sintering


paste is designed to deliver consis- tent, high-speed sintering on a vari- ety of surfaces and die metalliza- tions. QuickSinter works well in both high- and low-temperature pressure- less applications. It can be used for


discretes, small modules and inte- grated power modules. Indium Corporation also offers


metal thermal interface materials (TIMs) for a wide variety of applica- tions and process challenges. The company’s Heat-Spring® TIM offers uniform thermal resistance with minimized surface resistance and increased heat flow. The HSMF is a compressible TIM that is excellent for large-area thermal interface


requirements, such as IGBTs. Contact: Indium Corp., 34


Robinson Road, Clinton, NY 13323 % 315-381-7524


E-mail: abrown@indium.com Web: www.indium.com


Fujipoly Adds Engineering Resources to Website


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Manufactured in the U.S.A. since 1966 www.westbond.com


1551 S. Harris Court Anaheim, CA 92806 Tel 714·978·1551


Carteret, NJ — Fujipoly recently added an engineering resources sec- tion to its website. This library of technical infor- mation of fers engineers unrestricted ac cess to use- ful white papers and webi- nars, as well as an exten- sive collection of Sarcon® thermal interface material performance datasheets. The whitepapers cover


topics that include “Com - pres sion Charac teris tics of Thermal Interface Gap Fillers” and “Under stan - ding the Fundamentals of Heat Transfer When Using Thermal Gap Fillers.” Four webinar presentations are


also available that highlight such topics as “Understanding Thermal Gap Filler Pads, PCB Deflection and Stress,” “Advantages of Putty Type Gap Fillers,” “Fundamentals of Heat


Transfer in Thermal Interface Gap Fillers,” and “Compression Charac -


Fujipoly has added a technical library to its website (www.fujipoly.com/usa).


ter istics of Thermal Interface


Materials.” Contact: Fujipoly America


Corp., 900 Milik Street, Carteret, NJ 07008 % 732-969-0100 E-mail: fhobler@fujipoly.com Web: www.fujipoly.com

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