Founded in 1969, headquartered in California, USA, Digital Power Corporation (AMEX: DPW) manufacture switching power supplies in North American and European industrial, telecommunications, data communications, medical, Distribution. It provides switching power supplies and power systems, uninterruptible power supplies, power converters and power distribution equipment, DC / AC inverters, single output front-end data buses, high density open frame power supplies, Central power supply, turn on the frame switch and 100-watt switch. The company also offers static frequency converters, DC systems, transformer rectifiers, inverters, circuit breaker monitoring and control, smart switching DC / DC power supplies, filter boxes, navigation and signal boards, and commercial frequency converters.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will begin offering "400Gbps*1 small integrated EML*2 TOSA*3" new product samples on April 1. This product is used in the signal transmission module of communication speed 400Gbps high-capacity high-speed optical fiber communication, and it is the pioneer ※5 product that meets the IEEE 400GBASE-LR8 standard*4 with two TOSA. The new products will accelerate the high-speed and large-capacity communication speeds of optical fiber communication equipment stations such as data centers.
The TDK Group took the lead in introducing the first CeraChargeTM solid-state rechargeable battery with compact SMD technology. On request, the CeraCharge can perform charge and discharge cycle times from dozens of times up to 1000 times, with a compact EIA 1812 package size (4.5x3.2x1.1 mm), a rated voltage of 1.4V, and a capacity of 100 μAh. Can withstand up to several mA in a short time. Due to the use of SMD technology, the battery is very easy to deploy and can be soldered with reflow soldering technology to help customers reduce the production costs of end products.