KONNEKT utilizes an innovative transient liquid phase sintering (TLPS) material to create a leadless multi-chip solution. KONNEKT enables a low-loss, low-inductance package capable of handling extremely high ripple currents in the hundreds of kilohertz (kHz) when combined with KEMET's ultra-stable U2J dielectric. Learn about why this solution was used for a large technology giant's unique needs.
KEMET is the pioneer in noise suppression based on a unique flexible concept. It is a new material outstripping the limitations of ferrite, they suppress noise by applying magnetic loss. Composed of micro-magnetic foils suspended in a flexible polymer material, the Flex Suppressor attenuates or suppresses Electromagnetic and Radio Frequency Interferences (EMI/RFI).
The technology of supercapacitors and batteries varies widely. Whether it’s caused by how the part is constructed or the materials used, there are advantages and disadvantages to both technologies.
There are many different ceramic capacitor types. What do these 3 letter designations mean and what other factors to consider when using ceramics.
There are so many more devices around us that use proximity sensor technology than you'd think. This technology is already being used in areas like automotive, industrial, home automation, and home appliances. The possibilities are endless! Learn all about how proximity sensors work, various applications, and how KEMET's line of sensors are paving the way for the future.