Now a leading multinational electronics manufacturer, Panasonic Corporation was established near Osaka, Japan in 1918. The company has become one of the world’s four largest television manufacturers and is also involved in automotive systems and mobile communications. Its focus is on responsible yet smart innovation for industrial applications, business customers and consumers. Panasonic has a global distribution network for its TV, video and audio devices, office telephones and business printer solutions, along with professional camera and camcorder models. The latest Lumix cameras feature high image quality and offer consistent performance for the most demanding photographers, while other Panasonic products include network cameras for computerised building security. Alternatively, IP cameras and VoIP telephones offer cost-effective business communication and office video conferencing, with VoIP cameras of differing resolution levels. Printed circuit board mounted PCB relays and optical or inductive sensors are key components for remote control industrial machinery, while Panasonic programmable logic controller (PLC) systems and process controllers offer reliability and speed in task automation projects. Other Panasonic replacement components include primary battery cells and rechargeable batteries for diverse applications.
Miniature aluminium electrolytic capacitors with low ESR values, small footprint and high endurance. Designed for applications such as Unit Power Supply Output, Noise Filtering, DC/DC Converter and Back-Up Power.
SMD Polyphenylene Capacitors with a compact profile and excellent frequency characteristics. They have very little loss, a capacitance tolerance of ±2%, are temperature stable and don't generate shock noise. Suitable for audio and resonance circuits, and bypass capacitor decoupling.
EEH-ZE series Hybrid Aluminium Electrolytic Capacitors offer low leakage and long life. They also have low ESR in miniaturised case sizes. The AEC-Q200 qualification makes sure that they have optimal quality and reliability.
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