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To meet consumer demand for mobile devices with greater efficiency and functionality, Murata began focusing its R&D efforts on Electrical Double Layer Capacitors (EDLC) in 2008, at which time we made a strategic decision to license leading-edge supercapacitor technology from CAP-XX , an Australia-based firm.Working from this collaborative basis, Murata has enhanced the design and manufacturer of these high power (low ESR) EDLCs in a compact, slim package, and we continue our research efforts to develop even better and higher performing products.
Piezoelectric Diaphragms are piezoelectric ceramic disks adhered to a metal plates of brass or nickel-alloy. Diaphragms can be classified into External Drive Type and Self Drive Type.
Our AC-DC power supply solutions can be designed to meet almost every conceivable application requirement in terms of power, performance, efficiency, communications, protection, size, approvals compliance, and cooling requirements.Front Ends for Distributed Power ArchitecturesAC to 12Vdc or 48Vdc ultra compact front end supplies for distributed power architectures with active power factor correction plus industry leading efficiency & densityOpen FrameHigh-efficiency, single output solutions in 1U chassis, 75W to 400WCustom SolutionsCustom product solutions from 100W to 5kWPlease consult our data sheets for products designed in compliance with international safety standards and other regulatory groups.
Our proven ability to blend circuit topologies and high-performance components with contemporary construction techniques has led to our premier position in the industry as the largest supplier of DC-DC converters. From standard models to modified products and complete custom designs, Murata’s DC/DC converters can meet the needs for miniaturization, low profile, high efficiency, power-saving, low noise designs for use in industrial and electronic equipment, telecom, medical, automotive, lighting, and more.
Murata's micro DC-DC converters are small power modules that utilize a unique ferrite substrate with an embedded power inductor, and incorporate the I/O capacitors onto the same package.
Ultra-compact size and superior noise suppression make these devices ideal for cellular and smart phones and tablets, wearable devices, communication applications, and portable products.
Murata Resonators include Single-port and Dual-port types and are designed to be the frequency control elements in transmitters
As the Bluetooth® system continues to expand exponentially, Murata ensures that the latest advancements in Bluetooth technology are available to you.
Module offering includes Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Smart ready functins.
Bluetooth Smart Ready device is a dual-mode device compatible with both Classic Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy
Bluetooth Smart device is a Bluetooth Low Energy only device
Murata’s Wi-Fi™ and Bluetooth® combination modules are IEEE 802.11 and Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) compliant devices.
Each module form factor requires minimal circuit board area on today’s high density mobile devices.
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