Exxelia at CMSE 2023
Exxelia is pleased to exhibit at CMSE 2023 in Four Points by Sheraton hotel, in Los Angeles, from April 25 to 27, 2023. Visit our booth B 20. Discover how our innovative solutions could serve your offering.
Come and discover the latest innovations from Exxelia at our booth during the event. We have a range of high-quality products (Capacitors, Filters, Magnetics, Materials & Tuning Components, Position Sensors, Ohmcraft Resistors, Slip Rings & Rotary Joints) designed to meet the needs of your industry. We can't wait to show you how our solutions can improve your projects and increase your efficiency. Don't miss the opportunity to meet our team of experts and find out how we can help you achieve your goals. Join us at our booth for an enlightening experience.
Exxelia is pleased to announce that its renowned expert, Victor W. Quinn, will be presenting a conference titled "Compact and reliable transformer with integrated inductor" on Wednesday, April 26th at 4:40 PM. This conference will highlight the latest technological advancements in the design of compact and reliable transformers with integrated inductors.
The conference will be held in the main conference room, and attendees will also have the opportunity to ask Mr. Quinn questions at the end of his presentation. We hope to see you there.
50th anniversary of our Pessac manufacturing site
Our manufacturing site in Pessac is one of the 12 industrial sites of Exxelia. It has approximately 130 employees. “We produce essential but inexpensive parts, but we produce 50 million a year! And we have a year of visibility on our order books", "We produce parts in complex alloys here, but also our own recipes for insulating ceramics", assures Mickaël Pelé, Director of the Exxelia Pessac factory. This factory was founded in Pessac half a century ago: it is an integral part of the life of the City and the Region, which have actively participated in its development. Perfectly inserted into the local ecosystem, there are numerous interactions with neighboring institutions, laboratories, universities, schools and businesses. The Pessac factory was built in 1971 and inaugurated in September 1972. Its creation was initiated by Jean-Claude Asscher, President of the Tekelec-Airtronic group. Initially dedicated to distribution, the Tekelec-Airtronic group launched into manufacturing under license to then develop and industrialize its own products. Its development followed that of electronics, telecommunications and IT in France and around the world. The group will reach a significant size: in 1992, with 20 companies employing 3,000 people in different countries, its turnover will exceed one billion dollars. The Pessac plant remained associated with the group until the early 2000s. Here is a retrospective of the event in video:
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.