Fort Worth, Texas - July 20, 2021 - TTI, Inc., a leading specialty distributor of electronic components, is sponsoring a live webinar, “Eliminating Field Failures in Power Electronics,” on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. EDT.
Over 60 percent of power electronics that fail in the field show signs of temperatures above operating limits. One of the root causes of thermal failure is improper mounting of thermal protection devices.
In this webinar, Dr. Martin Schulz, Global Principal in Application Engineering Power Semiconductors at Littelfuse, shares his years of experience and demonstrates how assembly workers fall into common traps in mounting these key protective devices and how you can make sure that the thermal protection you’ve designed into your device operates as it’s meant to.
This webinar will give you guidance in properly selecting and testing thermal interface materials, insight into mechanical tolerances of off-the-shelf vs. specialized heat-tolerant components and an overview on power semiconductor selection to support a range of designs and power levels.
Register for this webinar today and learn some heat-reducing strategies and how to eliminate future field failures.
TTI, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway company, is an authorized, specialty distributor of electronic components. Founded in 1971, the emphasis on a broad and deep product portfolio, available-to-sell inventory and sophisticated supply chain programs has established TTI as a distributor of choice to manufacturers in the industrial, defense, aerospace, transportation, medical and communications sectors worldwide. TTI and its wholly owned subsidiaries, the TTI Family of Specialists, Mouser Electronics, Sager Electronics and TTI Semiconductor Group employ over 7,300 people in more than 136 locations throughout North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Globally, the company maintains over 3 million square feet of dedicated warehouse space in 30 distribution centers, housing over 850,000 component part numbers. For more information about TTI, visit www.tti.com