TAIYO YUDEN

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Newark is a proud distributor of Taiyo Yuden, a Japanese materials and electronics company, who helped pioneer CD technology (CD-R) along with Sony and Philips. Taiyo Yuden specializes in the development and mass production of electronic components that meet the needs of the contemporary market. Taiyo Yuden engages in research, development, manufacture and the sale of products including ceramic capacitors, ferrite beads, SAW filters, power inductors, thermistors, high frequency multilayer chip antennas, and more.

In 1976, Taiyo Yuden produced the world's first axial leaded ceramic capacitor. Multilayer ceramic capacitors from Taiyo Yuden continue to be at the industry forefront, helping support the growth and development of electronics equipment. Taiyo Yuden continues to meet the demands of their customers by supporting a vast product lineup including ultra small capacitors and high volume capacitors, specialty capacitors such as the low ESL capacitors, capacitors for high frequency applications, high voltage capacitors, and array type capacitors.

Get your Taiyo Yuden products through Newark and take advantage of guaranteed same day delivery along with expert technical advice from our certified Embedded Specialists!

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