Inauguration EXXELIA Manufacturing site Morocco
Specialized in component assembly and high reliability electronic modules, EXXELIA MAROC provides its customers with a unique know-how.
We are thrilled to announce the inauguration of our brand new, modern, custom-built site in Morocco, a colossal 10,000 m2 industrial facility dedicated to electronic products.
This state-of-the-art site is equipped with a 200 m2 clean room and is fully air-conditioned, setting a new standard in electronic manufacturing.
Features at a Glance:
Industry 4.0 Orientation: Our modern plant follows the Hoshin method, embraces digital integration, and adopts lean principles. This ensures efficiency, precision, and adaptability in our manufacturing processes.
Workplace Modernization: Our workshops are designed with the well-being of our teams in mind. We've modernized workstations, introduced new, more reliable, and productive equipment, creating clean, pleasant, and ergonomic environments.
Green Surroundings: Easy access to a green environment enhances the overall workspace experience, promoting a positive atmosphere for innovation and collaboration.
Internal Subcontracting for French & US Sites: Our facility specializes in manufacturing a range of electronic components, including ceramic capacitors, electrolytic components, film products, stators, magnetic products, position sensors, and slip rings.
Electronic Assembly for External Customers: We offer electronic assembly services for external customers, covering the winding of transformers and chokes, assembly of rotors and stators, wiring, and microwave micro-electronic assembly.
This step marks a significant expansion for Exxelia, solidifying our commitment to excellence and innovation in electronic manufacturing.
MIL 39006-Qualified Wet Tantalum Capacitors
Exxelia has received the M-Level (1.0%/1000h) MIL-PRF-39006/22 and MIL-PRF-39006/25 qualifications approval for its new ranges of wet tantalum capacitors. MIL 39006/22 and MIL 39006/25 respectively equivalent to CLR79 and CLR81 types feature hermetically sealed cylindrical tantalum cases and axial leads. Both ranges are available in all cases: T1, T2 T3 and T4 with extended capacitance and voltage ratings. MIL39006/22 is qualified for voltages from 6V to 125V and provides from 1200µF @ 6V to 56 µF @ 125V. MIL 39006/25 is qualified for voltages from 25V to 125V and provides from 680µF @ 25V to 82 µF @ 125V. Both ranges combine high energy density with large temperature ranges -55°C up to 125°C and are available with H vibration and shocks features. These state-of-art MIL-qualified wet tantalum capacitors are widely used in avionics applications where high performance and extreme reliability are required. Performance highlights compared to solid tantalum capacitors include more capacitance, higher ripple currents, lower ESR and lower dc-leakage current. “These new ranges introduction leverages our decades of experience in providing high-reliability capacitors for the Military market, and proves Exxelia’s ability to reach the most demanding specifications in terms of product development”, states Exxelia Sales & Marketing VP, Jérôme Tabourel, “We are proud to be part of the few MIL-qualified manufacturers of tantalum capacitors, our flexibility and advantageous lead times will bring new supply perspectives.” MIL39006/22 and MIL39006/25 are available for order now.
Exxelia's components onboard Rover Perseverance
At the end of a seven-month journey, NASA's Perseverance robot has landed on Mars yesterday at 3:55 pm EST. The mission's objective is to search for traces of ancient primitive life on the Red Planet. The robot is equipped with several measuring and sampling instruments, including SuperCam, MEDA and PIXL served by our components: Transformers and Inductors : SESI, CMC and MPCI series Film capacitors PM94 series Tantalum capacitors CTC21 series Ohmcraft resistors HVD, HVR and CN series The main objective of SuperCam is to characterize the rocks present on Martian soil. The instrument can perform remote analyzes thanks to its laser and its spectometers, without waiting for the samples to return to earth, all with the aim of detecting any traces of primitive life. The Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer, known as MEDA, makes weather measurements including wind speed and direction, temperature and humidity. It also measures the amount and size of dust particles in the Martian atmosphere. PIXL is an X-ray fluorescence spectrometer that provides fine-scale detection and analysis of chemical elements within the rocks and soil.