Murata’s lithium-ion secondary batteries
Murata’s lithium-ion secondary batteries are adopted in a wide range of applications such as small electronic devices and electric tools, as well as home and industrial storage battery systems. We are developing new products optimal for electrification of small engines by enhanced utilization of our low resistance technology. Murata is promoting “electrification of engine technology” for applications that to this point have required gasoline and engines.
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Example application using an SMD ultrasonic sensor to detect objects
You can see a drone (equipped with an SMD ultrasonic sensor) flying autonomously, and can also check the ultrasonic sensor waveform when an obstacle is detected. This could also be used for applications such as detecting objects or people.
Murata's Data Center Power Solutions
This video describes our latest Power Shelves that are compliant with Open Compute V1 and V2 Power Shelf Specifications, which support Single Phase AC, 3-Phase AC and HVDC (200-400Vdc) inputs.
How to use the pyroelectric infrared sensor Evaluation Board IMX-070 Demonstration
Here, you can view demonstrations of evaluations using the pyroelectric infrared sensor Evaluation Board IMX-070. You can check area images that result from differences in lens and installation positions.
Product Information Management API Service : Product Information Excel Add-in
We introduce the procedure for using Excel functions on Excel to obtain the latest information on Murata’s products, including product status, specifications and data.
SCC3000 component platform for demanding automotive applications
This video presents the key benefits of using Murata's SCC3000 component platform in various automotive applications.
How to use the pyroelectric infrared sensor Evaluation Board IMX-070 Overview & Preparations
We introduce the characteristics of the pyroelectric infrared sensors as well as what can be achieved by using the Evaluation Board IMX-070.