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Automotive resistors are components used in automotive contexts to lower the power of an electrical current as well as for several other functions. Depending on the application, the types offer a variety of features. Either a single unit or a network of wiring harnesses connecting various components can be found.
A resistor may be constructed using carbon, metal-film composition, or another material. The chip resistor market is expanding as a result of new trends and technological breakthroughs such smart TVs, smartphones, luxury cars, and others.
Improvements in sensors, connectivity, processing power, and other areas enable businesses to create products and services that are more productive and efficient
The Global Automotive resistor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The EVT, a brand-new superior water-cooled modular resistor, has been released, according to Cressall Resistors. The EVT was created especially for rheostatic braking for smaller vehicles, building on the success of the EV2, which is utilised for low and medium voltage applications.
The EVT has the same overall dimensions as the EV2, but a much lower power rating of 10 kilowatts (kW). The new unit’s lower pressure drop enables it to more effectively compete in the automobile industry. The EVT is intended to fit into more cars, whilst the EV2 was made to fit into bigger vehicles like trucks and buses as well as in naval applications.
The LRMAP4026 series of low resistance metal alloy power resistors from TT Electronics have been introduced. These resistors are intended for power supply, motor driving, and battery monitoring applications.
TT Electronics has unveiled the LRMAP4026 line of low resistance metal alloy power resistors. These resistors are designed for battery monitoring, motor driving, and power supply applications.
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