Multiple market drivers and recent technology innovations are likely to cause disruptive change in manufacturing of electronics. This webinar will cover the changes underway, the technology innovations that are driving this inflexion point and materials that will enable innovative electronic structures and devices of tomorrow.
Learn how ELANTAS low modulus materials can help improve reliability of embedded components by reducing internal and external stress generated on components. ELANTAS has also developed and patented its innovative Conashield™ "flood coat" technology which can provide ruggedization, weight reduction, and reliability improvements compared to traditional potting.
Current semiconductor supply chain shortages can be a challenge for motor driver and controller designers. Employing a fully integrated solution allows the designer to obtain a high performance microcontroller coupled with gate drivers, DC/DC switchers, LDO regulators, differential amplifiers, single ended amplifiers, etc.
It's frustrating when something breaks. What's even more frustrating is when it breaks and you don't understand why. Accelerated stress testing can help identify breakage points so products can be better engineered to meet intended usage.
The global steel industry has been challenged to reduce their carbon footprint and their negative impact on the environment. IMZ™ (Inductotherm Multi Zone) induction re-heating is a key technology that will help rolling mills reduce their use of fossil-fuels. IMZ™ induction re-heating technology can reduce the CO2, SO2, NOX emissions by over 50% while lowering operating costs and helping to produce higher quality rolled products, with enhanced operation flexibility.
In this webinar, learn how split mechanical seal technology can save significant costs in the maintenance of pumps and other rotating equipment, while delivering exceptional reliability. Learn a brief history of split seals up through today's current technology, focused on accommodating larger shaft sizes. .
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Cp is a key property for improving technical processes such as injection molding, crystallization as well as for the safety analysis of chemical processes.
The evolution and complex performance demands of 5G technology can lead to confusion around the selection of suitable polymers for cellular networks and other applications. This presentation will explore material trends; materials suitable for various 5G scenarios; and how to overcome traditional thinking when selecting material solutions.
Learn how connecting assets, enterprise data, and analytics can drive insights and decisions, by providing context and transparency into products and processes empowers employees.
In this webinar, Rexnord's Dan Rawson and Karl Decker will specifically focus on smart condition monitoring. They'll discuss what smart condition monitoring is, capabilities of different systems and how it can help you optimize total operating costs through real-time insights about the health of your equipment delivered via automated alerts and integration with programmable logic controllers (PLCs).
New low-power motor drives need an efficiency push, the lowest audible noise level, and a reduction in power consumption. And with Infineon's 600V CoolMOS™ PFD7 SJ MOSFETs you will easily master these challenges and stay competitive by building on cost-effective solutions for light load optimized, low-power drives up to 300 W. Get all the details from our experts by joining this webinar.
The properties of semi-crystalline polymers are significantly influenced by the crystalline structure, which depends on the chemical structure, additives and process conditions. Webinar attendees will learn about the theory of crystallization and see crystallization examples investigated by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and Flash DSC. The presenters will demonstrate that the heating and cooling rates have a major influence on the reorganization and crystallization of polymers.
One of the biggest challenges faced by test engineers today is testing complex radio systems that are composed of a high mix of RF/digital electronics and advanced/active antenna systems (AASs) or antenna arrays. To tackle the challenge of testing these extremely complex systems, regulatory agencies and standards organizations have opted to integrate over-the-air (OTA) testing protocols into the latest 5G, WiFi, and other radio systems. Though OTA testing is likely to solve many emerging test challenges, there are others which can only be addressed with more traditional, and innovative, conductive (coaxial) test strategies.
All electronics companies can benefit from a seamless, data-driven digital transformation strategy that accelerates creating products that fundamentally change our lives. Join us to learn how by integrating electro-mechanical design processes, companies can innovate faster with improved communication between departments, OEMs, and suppliers.
Smart actuators with multiple sensors have been around for many years. However it's becoming increasingly common to proactively analyze this data to save plant operators significant downtime and cost, while also mitigating operational risk.
To fully exploit the potential of hydrogen, solutions must be found to the challenges of production, storage, transport and use. Learn how the different systems are structured and how they work together. Gain insights into different production and consumption applications and learn about Infineon's best-in-class semiconductor solutions.