NEW MOBILITY: Solutions for 3 Key Challenges
How we get around is changing rapidly. Vehicles are becoming ever smarter, better connected, safer, and more environmentally friendly. Each step on the road to an integrated mobility future brings fresh ideas from innovators and new regulations to ensure the best possible safety and security for travelers. . New alliances are being formed to respond to the need for rapid change and Murata can play a key role in connecting each player. In this video, Murata Electronics drills down into 3 key challenges in the new mobility world: 1. Accurate vehicle positioning 2. Maximizing cruising distance 3. Expansion of the expected scene
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Next generation Combo Sensor - SCC3000 series
We present the features and applications of combined gyroscope and accelerometer that contribute to safe driving of automobiles.
SCC3000 component platform for demanding automotive applications
This video presents the key benefits of using Murata's SCC3000 component platform in various automotive applications.
Active Oxygen Module (Ozonizers) Ionissimo™ MHM5 series
This highly reliable and highly safe ozonizer module uses Murata’s exclusive high-voltage circuit, insulation technology and generator structure design utilizing creepage discharge on the board surface to generate ozone more stably and efficiently.
SCHA63T 6DoF inertial sensor for industrial application
6DOF inertial sensor that enables position control and attitude control even in harsh environments. We present its features and applications.
How to Use SimSurfing Medium voltage Capacitor Selection Tool
We introduce the procedure for selecting the optimal medium voltage capacitor based on usage conditions for a resonant circuit that might be used in equipment such as an on-board charger installed in a vehicle.
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.