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Cyntec Showcases Innovative Power Electronics at PCIM 2024

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Cyntec, a world-leading provider of power magnetics and resistive current sensing solutions, will exhibit its latest technologies for the automotive industry in Nuremberg from June 11 to 13 at PCIM Europe 2024.

Cyntec’s power electronics components ensure higher reliability and performance at reduced size and weight, helping car OEMs comply with stricter industry requirements and government regulations.

“Car manufacturers in recent years are facing a significant push towards electrification and miniaturization, heavily driven by carbon emission targets. Leveraging Cyntec’s core competencies in material science, extensive engineering expertise, and highly automated manufacturing capabilities, we design our products to meet these changes head-on, securing sustainability targets throughout the whole supply chain,” said Stefan Fritsch, Automotive Electrification Segment Manager at Cyntec EMEA. “We are excited to connect with industry experts and demonstrate the potential of our high-power density magnetics and accurate current and signal sensing modules to enhance power efficiency, driving range and charging speed of electric vehicles.”

Highly paced automotive developments require powerful, efficient, compact and reliable electrical components. Cyntec’s cutting-edge technologies include customized magnetics for efficient power conversion in onboard chargers and DC-DC converters, space-saving EMC filters for inverters and advanced sensing solutions for battery management systems (BMS).

Alongside these, Cyntec offers a broad lineup of miniaturized components for control boards and communication channels that support the critical needs of automotive electrification.

The Cyntec team invites industry experts, researchers, and professionals from the automotive electronics sector to visit their booth at Hall 7, Booth 125, at the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre to explore potential partnerships and learn how power electronics innovations can benefit drivetrain applications.

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