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Where are we going with Supercapacitors?

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Want to see where Eaton Electronics are going with their supercapacitors? Eaton's Power Systems Experience Centre made a great video to explain different energy storage technologies including supercapacitors along with some new and exciting…

HCM1AV2 Inductor

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The HCM1AV2 family of inductors is the latest advancement in power magnetics designed to meet automotive electronics power and thermal handling requirements. Eaton’s inductors use an advanced molded construction design for high current handling…

Eaton Supercapacitors Explained

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Eaton supercapacitors are unique, ultra-high capacitance devices utilizing electrochemical double layer capacitor (EDLC) construction combined with new, high performance materials. This combination of advanced technologies allows Eaton to offer…

The Importance of Electronics Sales Representation

Whilst the world is moving increasingly to digital engagement there is still an importance in electronics sales representation. "Most field salespeople would likely agree that customers can be “less accessible” than they once were, but…

Eaton Circuit Protection Products

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We represent Eaton's Electronics Division that features a broad variety of Bussmann™ Series circuit protection products including one-time fuses, accompanying fuse accessories, overvoltage and ESD suppressors, and PTC resettable devices. Eaton…
Eaton Supercapacitors

Eaton First To Apply For Supercapacitor CE Mark Certification

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Power management company Eaton has announced that its XLM Supercapacitor product (XLM-62R1137A-R) completed the CE mark self-certification for meeting the European safety requirements. Eaton is the first manufacturer to complete the testing…
Eaton In-Line Fuse Holders

How to crimp wires to Eaton’s electronic in-line fuse holders

There are many varieties of wire connectors commercially available and many documents and videos to illustrate how to crimp them to specified wires. This document provides guidelines to help customers crimp wires to Eaton’s electronic in-line…