With its ultra-low ESR values in the 0805 case size, the company’s TR8 molded MicroTan® tantalum chip capacitor first took home the honors for Vishay in 2008. That was followed in 2009 by the WSLT2010 Power Metal Strip® resistor with high-temperature operation to +275 °C. In 2010 the TANTAMOUNT® Hi-Rel COTS T97 and commercial, industrial-grade 597D series of solid tantalum chip capacitors impressed the judges with their industry-high 75 V rating, while the 34 THE Hall effect sensor — the industry’s first multi-turn sensor to feature non-contact technology — was a winner in 2011. Vishay’s VJ Non-Magnetic Series of MLCCs — designed for use in filter circuits for MRI equipment, implantable medical devices, and high-end audio systems — received the award in 2012.
Winners of the First 10 Years of Innovation Awards were announced at the 2014
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