Pulse Electronics - New Components Ethernet Connector Modules

One of the biggest challenges distributors struggle with is finding quality components to meet the demands of the changing landscape of industrial communication components. As Industry 4.0 continues to transform technology and manufacturing, you need to integrate high performance networks to establish end-to-end Industrial Ethernet solutions.

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What the New Solar Tariff Means for Businesses

In January, the U.S. government announced that there would be a 30% tariff on imported solar cells and modules. “Our action today helps to create jobs in America for Americans. We’ll be making solar products now much more so in the United States. Our companies have been decimated, and those companies are going to be coming back strong,” said President Trump at the signing ceremony.

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APEC 2018: Event & Exhibition Details for Pulse Electronics

The Pulse Electronics Power Team will be exhibiting at this year's 33rd annual Applied Power Electronics Conference 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. If you're planning on attending APEC 2018, here are some key details you should know, along with exhibition details for Pulse Electronics - we invite you to visit our booth and say hello!

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Visit Pulse Electronics at APEC 2018

Just a few more days until APEC 2018 in San Antonio! Stop by the Pulse Electronics booth (#1047) to learn all about our latest developments for vehicle electrification and energy storage solutions.

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A Special Discount to Join us at DesignCon 2018

This is your exclusive invitation to attend the largest meeting of chip, board, and systems design engineers with a complimentary Expo Pass or a 20% discount on Conference Packages! Now in its 23rd year, DesignCon offers high-caliber content, rich technical education, and in-depth training – all created by engineers for engineers.

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Using Battery Management Systems for EVs, HEVs, & PHEVs

Early electric vehicles (EV), hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) used either lead-acid batteries or NiMH batteries for storage. However, these batteries were not optimal: EVs, HEVs, and PHEVs require impressive energy storage that even NiMH batteries, with a 68Wh/kg specific energy, aren't capable of.

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