Training modules have been designed which share our "COOL" and "HOT" application and knowledge of resistor technologies for your designs.
Vishay High Performance Solutions
When ordinary is not enough, environments are harsh, reliability is vital, and performance really matters, you should think about Vishay’s high performance solutions!
Focus Products for xEV
Using a Vishay resistor solution with a diagram, the module explains how to choose Vishay resistors for powerful designs in the xEV market. The module also reviews xEV market trends in terms of resistors.
EV / HEV and 48 V
We will see the end of fossil fuel vehicles in the foreseeable future. This module will highlight the use of Vishay resistors and inductors in the new energy vehicles set to replace them.
48 V System
Current 12V system is no longer enough to cater to many new features of today’s cars. Features like turbo charging, regenerative braking systems for EV/HEV etc.
Pulse Handling Capability
Failure Modes of Resistors
Say good-bye to failure! In this module, we will discuss the various failure modes of resistors and show you how to prevent them. This will help to increase your products' reliability.
Operating resistors above their allowed temperatures can cause failures, or even fires! Stop being filled with fear! Learn about the various high-temperature resistors for your high- temperature applications.
With more and more components on congested PCBs, thermal management has become increasingly important. In this module, we will discuss how different materials and sizes affect thermal management.
Expansions and contractions due to high temperature changes cause stress to components' joint and PCBs, which will in turn lead to failures. In this module, we will discuss how different resistors will behave under the same thermal stress and what options are available to improve thermocycling stability.
Thermistors (Non-Linear Resistors)
Is R-value tolerance the only consideration for sensing accuracy? In this module, we will discuss, in addition to R-value, the other factors that impact temperature sensing accuracy.