- Eaton-Electronics Division is a diversified global manufacturer of circuit and overvoltage protection products as well as power management magnetics and supercapacitors. Through innovative technology and custom-engineered designs, Eaton provides unique solutions for today’s market-driven requirements. With the acquisition of Cooper Industries by Eaton, Cooper Bussmann Electronics is now called Eaton-Electronics Division. Related product brands include: Eaton and Eaton-Bussmann Electrical Division.
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Eaton's 48 V 166 F XLR supercapacitor module offers high reliability, long life, maintenance free supercapacitor energy module designed for rugged environments. Learn More
Eaton Electronics' MPIAV2 series automotive AECQ miniature high-current inductors are ideal in applications such as body and navigation electronics. Learn More
Eaton's fuse accessory kit will cover all the options for a cartridge style fuse to be mounted on a printed circuit board. Learn More
Eaton's MPIA25V2 series for automotive applications including body, infotainment, cluster, and navigation electronics and advanced driver assist systems. Learn More
Eaton Electronics' AEC-Q200 qualified automotive grade ESD suppressor provides ultra-low capacitance which is ideal for high-speed data applications. Learn More
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Eaton's 48 V, 166 F XLR supercapacitor module offers high reliability and up to a 20 year lifespan. It provides energy storage for high-power energy systems with frequent charge/discharge cycles in high shock or outdoor environments.
The kind of magnetic material and how it couples to the conductor matters quite a bit when it comes to devising inductors able to handle high currents.
If you've ever wondered what distinguishes a super capacitor from an ordinary capacitor, listen to the explanation from Eaton's Kyle Kim who briefly explains the difference in energy densities seen in the two types of devices.