Newark, a division of Avnet Inc., has signed an agreement to distribute passive devices for NIC Components Corp.
The deal includes a range of passive components that allow design engineers to reduce bill of materials with technically optimized design.
NIC’s core business is aluminum electrolytic capacitors, but the company has expanded its product offering including tantalum capacitors, ceramic capacitors, DC film capacitors, thick- and thin-film resistive products and a line of power inductors, ferrite chip beads and RF components.
Specifically, the range includes the NCB-H series of ferrite chip beads that focus on the electromagnetic interference (EMI) noise suppression. The NAZT series of automotive qualified SMD aluminum capacitors for automatic mounting and reflow soldering are available with anti-vibration wide terminations. Finally, the NPI/NPIS power inductors are available in shielded and unshielded varieties.