X-On has released a range of SMD tantalum capacitors to suit any application. They are available in all case sizes.
Altronic Distributors has added a range of super capacitors to its component range.
Vishay has extended its Tantamount Hi-Rel COTS T97 series to offer what it claims is the first solid tantalum chip capacitor with a 63 V rating to meet derating requirements in +28 V power supply designs.
Linear Technology has introduced the LTC3225, an inductorless programmable supercapacitor charger for addressing high peak power and battery backup needs in portable applications.
Kemet has introduced a series of space-grade capacitors designed for military/aerospace use.
Soanar and WIMA have formed a partnership covering Australia and New Zealand for the distribution of all WIMA products.
Epcos has extended its series of thyristor modules with the TSM-LC100, designed for capacitive loads up to 100 kVAr at 400 V.
Vishay has released three X2 electromagnetic interference suppression film capacitors with an increased maximum mains voltage of 310 VAC and a wide range of lead pitches and capacitance values.
Soanar is distributing WIMA products in Australia and New Zealand.
CAP-XX has signed a contract with Murata to jointly develop and supply supercapacitors for mobile handsets and other power-hungry, space-constrained portable applications.
Kemet has expanded its range for its EIA 1812 and EIA 1210 case size multilayer ceramic capacitors.
Kemet has expanded its through-the-hole ceramic capacitor range with more capacitance and voltage values added to virtually every available case size of axial (Aximax) and radial (Goldmax) devices in X7R dielectric.
ATC and AJ Distributors have introduced the 800 series multilayer capacitor (MLC) products. The series uses a rugged NPO ceramic construction built in ATC's traditional case A and B configuration (0.55" x 0.55" and 0.11" x 0.11").
Richardson Electronics has joined Maxwell Technologiesâ€™ worldwide channel partner network as a distributor of Boostcap ultracapacitor products and ultracapacitor-based engineered solutions in the US, Canada, Mexico and China.
According to a report from Innovative Research and Products (iRAP) titled â€˜Ultracapacitors â€“ A Global Industry and Market Analysis (ETP-101)â€™, the ultracapacitors market will see continued growth during 2006 to 2011.