Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. recently announced its lineup for the 2021 Components for Military and Space Electronics (CMSE) Virtual Conference, taking place April 19-23. For the event, Vishay will be showcasing its extensive offering of military-qualified, COTS, and space-grade capacitors, power inductors, and resistors. In addition, the company’s Tantalum Division will be conducting two technical presentations.
At the conference, Vishay Custom Magnetics will be highlighting a new series of space-grade IHLP power inductors for satellite power applications. Vishay Vitramon will be displaying a wide range of military-qualified, surface-mount multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCC), and a new series of AEC-Q200 qualified Lead (Pb)-Bearing Finish MLCCs for tin whisker mitigation in low-earth orbit satellites (LEO).
Featured military-qualified tantalum capacitors at CMSE 2021 will include through-hole, surface-mount, and high energy wet tantalum capacitors, in addition to Vishay Sprague conformal-coated and molded solid surface-mount tantalum chip capacitors. Vishay Sprague will also highlight Hi-Rel COTS solid surface-mount tantalum capacitors with MIL screening. vPolyTan surface-mount polymer capacitors on display will include Hi-Rel COTS devices and stacked arrays that undergo high reliability processing.
At the conference, Vishay Dale will also be showcasing a wide range of military-qualified resistors with established reliability. Devices on display will include leaded through-hole metal film resistors; thick and thin film chip resistors; leaded and housed wirewound devices; and thick and thin film resistor networks.
On Tuesday, April 20, Vishay’s Jon Rhan and Mike Mosier will present “Surface-Mount Wet Tantalum Capacitor Technology,” which will highlight the performance advantages of these devices compared to other capacitor technologies. Joe Vattimo will present “Stacked Polymer Tantalum Capacitors — Advanced Packaging Technology,” which will explore the benefits of Vishay’s new stacked polymer capacitor solutions.
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