Analogue electronics by New Japan Radio Corporation (NJRC) from now on available at setron

In this way, setron enlarge their product portfolio by technologically advanced products featuring excellent value for money.

NJRC, looking back to a long tradition, has been a renowned expert for analogue electronics ever since its foundation in 1959. In addition to operational amplifiers and power supply ICs as well as motor drivers, the company has designed and manufactured GaAs-ICs for HF applications for more than 15 years. With their designs, the Japanese company puts utmost emphasis on uncompromising quality and long-term availability of the components for optimum investment protection. The small number of discontinued products reflects the company's mission statement. In this way, overly expensive re-designs can be efficiently avoided. The enterprise holds an automotive certification, with an error rate of the products for application in a temperature range between -40 and +125°C below 1ppm. These features make the NJRC components ultimately competitive in the premier league. For additional design support, the Japanese manufacturer offers Spice models for a number of its ICs and an online design tool.

The extensive product range comprises components such as operational amplifiers, comparators, power supply ICs, digital signal controllers, audio ICs, video ICs, communications ICs, GaAs high frequency ICs, display drivers, motor ICs, crystal oscillator ICs, ICs for peripheral microprocessor equipment, analogue switches and A/D converters.

"The operational amplifiers by NJRC mean that we can offer technologically edge-cutting products that are also competitive with regards to the price", says Bernd Riemann, Director Application & Technical Marketing at setron.

"Since we have put an emphasis particularly on industrial and medical applications with our high-precision operational amplifiers, we looked for a partnership with a distributor convincing through their technological expertise. In this regard, setron fully complies with our requirements", says Tomoyuki Morioka, NJRC.

Source: setron GmbH