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LED technology is being constantly upgraded to meet the requirements of newer applications. To cope with this demand, new LED lighting products are flooding the market. Presently, the industrial and commercial segment is the biggest market for LED lights, primarily because of the longer hours of usage per day, translating into bigger savings
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LEADING WIRES & CABLES MANUFACTURERS

With rapid technological innovations and changes in safety and quality standards in electrical, mechanical and electronics domains worldwide, cable and wire products have undergone tremendous change. To appreciate the role of domestic wires and cables manufacturers in keeping pace with global norms, Electronics Bazaar contacted a large number of industry experts and electronics associations, who shared with us their preferences. The result of which is an unbiased listing of leading wires and cables manufacturers in India. We are not ranking them but only listing them in alphabetical order

Top 15 PCB manufacturers in India

According to a study by Electronics Bazaar, there will be a major demand for domestically-manufactured PCBs in the coming years, as the government has made it mandatory to use India-made PCBs as a part of the value-addition clause under...

LED business in India: Who’s making big profit?

All indications suggest that the LED lighting industry is growing significantly. Does this mean all the stakeholders in the ecosystem are making good profits? By Kartiki Negi Saturday, December 28, 2013:  Frost & Sullivan estimates the turnover of the current Indian LED...

LED packaging technology can cut cost drastically

By K.Vijay Kumar Gupta, MD, Kwality Photonics P Ltd . Friday, January 03 2013: The thermal management design of an LED application is very important to ensure its reliability and optimum performance. The maximum junction temperature of the die inside the...

How lucrative is the IoT market in India?

The phenomenon of getting smart devices to communicate with each other over the Internet, without human intervention, has led to the much-hyped term, the Internet of Things (IoT). While a lot is expected from this evolving technology, we take...

Leading SMF VRLA battery players

Sealed Maintenance Free Valve Regulated Lead Acid (SMF VRLA) battery is the most popular and environment friendly technology used in a host of applications. The battery market in India is worth Rs 100 billion, with SMF VRLA batteries contributing about 20-22 per cent of this turnover. In an effort to appreciate the Indian SMF battery manufacturers and importers, Electronics Bazaar carried an opinion survey based on the companies’ state of the art manufacturing capabilities, market share, service support and reach. We contacted experts in power electronics associations, traders and customers, who shared with us their preferences of leading SMF VRLA battery companies. While this list is by no means comprehensive, it provides a glimpse into India’s leading SMF battery companies. We are not ranking them, but only listing them in alphabetical order.

Leading distributors of electronic components in India

Driven by demand from consumer electronics, telecom and mobile devices and industrial electronics, electronic component industry is estimated to touch nearly US $10 billion this year. This growth gives an impetus to the businesses of the component distributors in India—both domestic and foreign companies. However, domestic players still find it tough to compete with the foreign companies in terms of reach, quality and price. Despite all hurdles, the electronic component distributors’ base in India is becoming stronger by the day, and to give a glimpse of this sector, Electronics Bazaar has attempted to list out the leading distributors in India. Our research is based on the turnover of the companies, feedback from industry experts and individual company inputs. Disclaimer: While Electronics Bazaar editorial team has taken utmost care to contact all possible sources to make the list comprehensive, we may have inadvertently left out a few companies from this list. We have also not included companies who are exclusively dealing in semiconductor components.By Richa Chakravarty Driven by demand from consumer electronics, telecom and mobile devices and industrial electronics, electronic component industry is estimated to touch nearly US $10 billion this year. This growth gives an impetus to the businesses of the component distributors in India—both domestic and foreign companies. However, domestic players still find it tough to compete with the foreign companies in terms of reach, quality and price. Despite all hurdles, the electronic component distributors’ base in India is becoming stronger by the day, and to give a glimpse of this sector, Electronics Bazaar has attempted to list out the leading distributors in India. Our research is based on the turnover of the companies, feedback from industry experts and individual company inputs. Disclaimer: While Electronics Bazaar editorial team has taken utmost care to contact all possible sources to make the list comprehensive, we may have inadvertently left out a few companies from this list. We have also not included companies who are exclusively dealing in semiconductor components. Leading Domestic Distributors (In alphabetical order)

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"EESL’s programme will bring down energy consumption and will make LEDs popular in this country besides providing an opportunity for Indian manufacturers to get a competitive advantage in the global market in terms of producing large volumes that they...

The latest environment-friendly lithium-ion batteries and energy storage systems

Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries are low in maintenance. In addition, their level of self-discharge is less than half compared to nickel-cadmium batteries, making these batteries well suited for modern fuel gauge applications. Li-ion cells also cause little harm during disposal....

How will the Indian PCB industry grow?

Is it possible for the Indian PCB industry to grow? What will drive its growth and what will hinder it? While trying to figure out answers to these questions, we got some insights from leading veterans in the Indian...

Leading wires and cables manufacturers

Owing to the high growth in the consumer electronics, automotive and telecom sectors, and with an encouraging power scenario in India, demand for wires and cables is growing rapidly. According to the Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers’ Association (IEEMA), the potential of the wire and cable industry will be worth US$ 158 billion by 2015. Wires and cables industry can be divided into four main segments—house wiring, low tension wires, high tension and extra high voltage wiring. Wires and cables find application in almost every sector, however, the major demand comes from the automotive sector, process industry, telecom and power sector, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies, public sector undertakings and utilities, railways and defence establishments.

Electronics Manufacturing: Government receives 900 billion investment proposals

The government of India announced that it has received investment proposals of 900 billion crores in the last two months. The investment proposals will bolster the electronics manufacturing in the country. The given amount will be used in driving...

Solar batteries are becoming more affordable and long lasting

Understanding the needs of remote customers, manufacturers are enhancing efficiencies of solar batteries and making them more affordable, rugged and long lasting, even in extreme conditions The prime function of solar batteries is to store the power generated from a...

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