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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NDIR CO₂ sensor with long-term stability
Murata’s CO₂ sensor is a product with long-term stability and high measurement accuracy that promises to improve maintainability through an automatic calibration feature based on a unique calibration curve algorithm and ... Show more
Introduction of Murata's Automotive Capacitors response to various applications with high reliability
Through M&A and alliances in 2016, Murata added to its line-up not only ceramic capacitors but also polymer aluminum electrolytic capacitors, and film and silicon capacitors. By utilizing the advantages and collective straengths obtained from each of
Multistack LPWAN kit for smart city designs
Murata developed a multistack kit for Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) applications. Show more.
SCHA 600 high-precision 6DoF one-package inertial force sensor contributing to advanced driver-assistance system, MaaS and smart agriculture
Our inertial sensor can constantly detect the vehicle's track and direction accurately, even in the locations where global positioning system (GPS) signals cannot reach or in harsh environments where cameras and radars do not function adequately.
[6 min ver.] Introduction of Murata's Component Technology for 5G
We introduce Murata's challenges to meet the growing need for components driven by 5G. *This video is shortened version of the one when Murata was featured on Japanese Science program called "Galileo-X" in end of January 2021.
Wi-Fi® sensing for child presence detection Demonstration
This is a demonstration of detecting an infant left in a vehicle.