"Exxelia, le composant clé de l'électronique" dans le N°89 du Magazine des Grandes Ecoles & Universités

Positionné dans le domaine des composants passifs, le groupe Exxelia s'érige en composant actif de son secteur! Aviation civile, défense, spatial, médical, transports... "nous sommes partout mais on ne nous voit jamais" déclare son Vice-President Ventes et Marketing, Jérôme Tabourel (Polytech 2000, ...


Retrouvez une interview exclusive de notre Vice-Président Ventes et Marketing, Jérôme Tabourel dans le N°89 du Magazine des Grandes Ecoles et Universités -> https://www.mondedesgrandesecoles.fr/grandes-ecoles-universites-magazine-n89-fevrier-2020/

 

Published on 10 Feb 2020 by Rebecca Charles

Exxelia Ohmcraft Custom Resistors Enable Rapid COVID-19 Testing

Diagnostic medical device companies have been working tirelessly to develop testing solutions, particularly those that can provide rapid and reliable results. To make these test kits possible, manufacturers turned to Exxelia Ohmcraft—a leader in thick-film, high-voltage, high-precision resistor design and manufacturing The new all-inclusive rapid testing solutions involve processing patient samples using a thermocycler, an instrument that is used to amplify DNA and RNA to identify COVID-19. The thermocyclers utilize high-ohmic-value, low-noise surface mount resistors from Exxelia Ohmcraft to function. The resistors were required to meet tight specifications, including a small form factor to enable the testing devices to be portable. “Due to the current crisis, the customer was moving extremely quickly to get these test kits developed, produced, and into the hands of as many healthcare systems as possible. As a U.S. manufacturer with industry-leading lead times, Exxelia Ohmcraft was able to provide custom resistors essential to their mission,” said Eric Van Wormer, Vice President of Exxelia Ohmcraft. “We are proud to partner with companies committed to helping fight COVID-19.” Exxelia Ohmcraft’s technology utilizes the proprietary Micropen electronic printing system to “print” precise, narrow, serpentine lines with resistive ink on a ceramic substrate, producing higher performance resistors over a wider range of values on a smaller surface area than is possible with conventional film resistor technology.

Innovative new products at Electronica 2022 - Booth# A5 - 339

Electronica will take place from November 15th to 18th in Munich, Germany. On our booth #A5 - 339, we will be displaying a bunch of innovative new ranges. EMBEDDED DIVISION - AVIATION / DEFENSE / SPACE   We are proud to show our latest capacitor technology innovation called MML® technology. Miniature Micro-LayerTM Film is a breakthrough in film capacitor technology, with an energy density up to 4 times superior to other film dielectrics. MMLTM innovative technology makes power capacitors smaller, lighter and compatible to higher temperatures. It is perfect for DC link, decoupling, charge-discharge applications. Alongside MML, we will also be exhibiting innovations in magnetics, allowing saving up to 40% weight and 20% volume while dissipating more power. You will also find our new aluminum electrolytic rectangular low profile capacitors named Cubisic SLP and HTLP, our MIL & DSCC tantalum capacitors (newly qualified to reliability level P) as well as our multi-outputs CCM transformers & Dual Active Bridge. But also our components on board the eVTOL.   RAIL & INDUSTRY DIVISION   It is with great joy that we will be exhibiting Alcon capacitors for the first time on our booth. Alcon manufactures film and aluminum electrolytic capacitors that are particularly suitable for locomotives and power electricity charging stations. We will also exhibit film and ceramic capacitors for signaling, and magnetics for rail tracking system, openable current transformer, TFPP transformer and resistors.   MEDICAL DIVISION   Our new Exxelia Micropen branch has an outstanding product offer for medical products that will be showcased at Electronica for the first time ever! Indeed, Exxelia Ohmcraft high voltage resistors are widely used into laboratory equipment such as mass spectrometers or thermocyclers. We will also be showing our Exxelia Micropen unique additive printing technology used extensively for medical disposable material such as endotracheal tubes or surgical ablation tools. You will discover our new range of film components from the Alcon family and our well-known non-magnetic High-Q capacitors for MRI imaging systems, as well as our low profile flyback transformers for implantable devices.