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STMicroelectronics Releases B-L462E-CELL1 Discovery Kit - News

April 16, 2021

STMicroelectronics released the B-L462E-CELL1 Discovery kit, which combines hardware and software building blocks such as GSMA-certified embedded SIM (eSIM).


Senet, Murata Collaborate to Certify FUOTA Capabilities of the Murata Type 1SJ LoRaWAN Modem Module - News

March 25, 2021

Senet announced a new collaboration with Murata to certify operation of the Firmware Updates Over-the-Air (FUOTA) capabilities of the Murata Type 1SJ LoRaWAN® modem module with the Senet LoRaWAN network server.

Analog & Power

Murata Launches Ultra-Thin Low ESL MLCCs for ADAS Applications - News

February 02, 2021

Murata announced the ultra-thin LW reversed, low equivalent series inductor (ESL) multilayer ceramic capacitor (MLCC) with a capacitance value of 1.0 µF ±20% for 4 Vdc-rated automotive applications.

Analog & Power

Railway Compliant IRV300 from Murata Offers 300W System Level Power at >92% Efficiency - News

February 01, 2021

Murata announced a new 300 W chassis mount ultra-wide 10:1 DC input range converter with patented inrush current control topology and high efficiency >92% from Murata Power Solutions.


Murata's launches Certified Metal Terminal Type MLCC for Automotive Market - Press Release

May 27, 2020

The manufacturing process ensures substantially reduced PC board deflection cracks in the capacitors and greatly reduced soldering cracks and acoustic noise concerns caused by excessive vibration.

Analog & Power

Murata Announces New 1/8th Brick DC-DC Converter - News

May 05, 2020

The UWE-Q12 Series offers modules with a fully regulated output of 5V, 12V, or 24Vdc, all rated at 120W.

Analog & Power

Murata Unveils the MYW Series from the MonoBK DC-DC Converter Family - News

April 09, 2020

The first product in the series, the MYWGC3R53FFW92RAE, features protections for over-current (OCP), over-voltage (OVP), under-voltage (UVP), and over-temperature (OTP).