Mahindra Telephonics to collaborate with Shachaf

Shachaf Engineering of Israel and Mahindra Telephonics of India have signed an MoU in Tel Aviv to collaborate on the design, development and manufacture of strategic electronics for aerospace, marine and automotive applications. The scope of work would involve design,...

Lithium-ion batteries: A look at what’s in store

When it comes to dependable performance, lithium-ion batteries offer low risk and long lasting solutions. For over three-and-a-half decades they have been used in a long list of real-world applications that demand safety and reliability. By Shruti Mishra The limited availability...

A UPS system or an inverter: What’s the right choice?

Summer is a season of frequent power cuts in India. To combat complete blackouts, every industry and household needs power backup systems that are reliable, affordable and robust. By Shruti Mishra The home UPS system and inverter industry has always been...

The batteries that drive industries

Any good industrial battery must offer reliability, economy, durability and safety. Let’s take a look at some batteries that come with all these benefits. By Shruti Mishra For heavy duty applications, industries need robust and rugged batteries that can support multiple...

Wartsila eyes on services business in India

Marine and energy equipment provider Wartsila, which has installed about 250 power plants in India, said that it will focus on its services business in India and expects to post single-digit growth this year. Apart from installations, Wartsila also...

Batteries that are ruling the market for e-vehicles

The advent of e-vehicles has pushed the world to the brink of a battery revolution that promises to reshape the future of energy. By Shruti Mishra In the past few years, innovations in the field of batteries have been pretty astounding,...

India Electronics Week 2017: ROHM to address Power and Energy Conservation

ROHM Semiconductor is proud to be partnering with the India Electronics Week 2017– one of the most authoritative events in the Indian IT & Electronics space. The event is scheduled from March 2-4, 2017 at the Bangalore International Exhibition...

All about the adapters used for mobile devices and STBs

Compact electronic devices demand reliable external adapters. Let’s have a look at the types and models that are currently ruling the market By Shruti Mishra Adapters are the devices that make it possible to connect two electrical or electronic devices of...

Choosing the right isolation transformers for power distribution projects

Most modern UPS systems do not include the internal transformers that were present in earlier designs. This evolution has increased the demand for isolation transformers while reducing the weight and size of UPS systems By Baishakhi Dutta In the new transformerless...

Smart energy meters are now more technically advanced

Every house, small factory, business establishment, shop or office needs at least one energy meter to register the power it consumes. Because of the government’s massive rural and urban electrification programme, there is a good demand for this product...

Selecting the right inductor for power applications

The process of selecting a power inductor involves a series of trade-offs. Given the wide choice of inductors currently available, choosing the right one for a power converter is not always a simple task for designers of next-generation applications....

ABB maps export hub vision for Make in India

Engineering giant ABB is looking at India as an export hub for power and automation besides expanding its footprint in the country by buying out companies and backing start-ups in software engineering and applications. Spiesshofer, who believes ABB is...

The latest renewable energy batteries available in the market

Solar batteries are of the really deep cycle type, providing energy storage for solar, wind and other renewable energy systems. Unlike a car battery, a deep cycle battery is capable of surviving prolonged, repeated and deep discharges By Belal Khan Selecting...

India’s power deficit shrinks to five year low of 2 per cent

India has recorded a peak-time power deficit of 2 per cent in the first quarter ended June of the current financial year, the lowest level of electricity shortage witnessed in the past five years. The country suffered from a shortfall...

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