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September, 2021


TDK Launches Automotive Power Inductors


IRVING, TX — TDK Corpor ation has developed new HPL5050 - 32F1 power inductors for use in automotive circuits. The induc- tors enable level 5 ADAS appli- cations for cameras by offering high-current and low-inductance for power circuits in central pro- cessing units and graphic pro- cessing units. The new products achieve


wire stripper The programmable Mira 340 is designed for


universal use while maintaining maximum precision. It is perfect for processing wires and insulation material with demanding requirements. The Mira 340 is fitted with a rotary head with 4X-blades and offers unique functions designed to reduce production time and increase quality. Thanks to sequential processing, multi-conductor cables and multi-layer insulation material can be processed quickly, thereby saving time and increasing productivity.


MIRA 340


high power efficiency by adopt- ing a low-resistance frame for the highly permeable and low- loss ferrite made of high BS material and low-RDC that is fully developed in house. Its rated current is 1.5 times higher than that of TDK’s existing prod- uct (HPL505028), accommodat- ing currents as high as 50A. While the proprietary struc-


tural design generates magnetic flux canceling effects contribut- ing to noise control, the frame that integrates internal with external electrodes reduces the risk of an open circuit and short circuit, ensuring high reliability. The need for high-speed, large-capacity camera footage in


ADAS is increasing as vehicles grow more autonomous. Camer as are an essential part of cars with


HPL505032F1 power inductors.


ADAS capabilities to assure that everything is aligned within a vehicle and no dangerous situa- tions occur. TDK’s product line for ADAS systems includes a range of automotive inductors for these applications. Mass production of these new inductors began in July. Contact: TDK Corporation of


America, 511 E John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, TX 75062 % 972-409-4519 E-mail: sara.lambeth@us.tdk.com Web: www.tdk.com


See at the Battery Show, Booths 1924 and 823


New LSR from CHT for Injection Molding


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CASSOPOLIS, MI — The CHT Group has recently developed the SilSo Clear 21002 which is a platinum cure, highly transpar- ent liquid silicone rubber (LSR) designed for injection molding applications. Due to its non-yellowing properties, this product is ideal


for optical applications such as lenses, lightguides and LEDs. Its resistance to ultraviolet


(UV), temperature and moisture enables this material to perform under environmental conditions of automotive and outdoor light- ing applications. SilSo Clear 21002 has been subject to more than 5,000 hours of UV and ther- mal accelerated aging testing with excellent results. The material is low viscosity


and fast curing which makes it excellent for pour-in-place or injection molding. Compared to glass, this product is a lighter weight alternative. When compared to other


polymers traditionally used for optical applications, such as polycarbonate (PC) and poly- methyl methacrylate (PMMA), SilSo Clear 21002 offers a wider temperature range of use and superior


flexibility which


imparts impact resistance. The cured silicone retains


high transparency even in thick- walled geometries. It is also abrasion resistant and will per- form as a protective barrier against moisture and debris when cased over LEDs. Contact: CHT USA, Inc.,


Wolfe Avenue 805, Cassopolis, MI 49031 % 269-445-0847 E-mail: info.usa@cht.com Web: www.cht.com


See at the Battery Show, Booth 412


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