Industry Applications

Electronic Components for Industrial Applications

industrial applications

The advances in industry and technology throughout history have had a distinct impact on our world today. Innovations made during the different phases of industrial revolution over the last 200+ years have blazed a trail from early days of industrial mechanization 1.0 to today’s industrial digitalization 4.0. Today, we are witnessing an unprecedented synergy between technological advancements and the heights of human ingenuity. Where industry is focused on co-operation between man and machine and the human brain begins to harmonize more and more with cognitive computing.

  

Industry 1.0 to 4.0, a History of a Technological Revolution

The era of smartphones and flying drones did not happen overnight. Advances made throughout history are illustrated by a gradual incline, punctuated by what feel like fast leaps into periods of groundbreaking progress with invention and improved capability. These industrial eras throughout history are referred to as Industry 1.0 to Industry 4.0.

industry 1 mechanization water power steam powerIndustry 1.0 The first industrial revolution gave us the invention of the working steam engine in the late 18th century, and it transformed the world. Before its creation, most nations’ societies consisted of primarily agricultural communities reliant on successful growing seasons to ensure their economic survival. The invention of the steam-powered engine created new manufacturing opportunities.  Manufacturing of goods created new industries, for example textiles. New industry created new jobs and economic growth globally. Effective transportation of large goods quickly propelled Industry 1.0 into Industry 2.0.

industry 2 mass production assembly line electricity

Industry 2.0 The second industrial age centered around the invention of both the production line and the introduction of electricity in manufacturing plants. Henry Ford revolutionized the concept of the production line and applied it to what we know as modern automobile manufacturing plants. The introduction of the conveyor belt allowed automotive workers to build portions of a vehicle simultaneously and systematically, then join the parts at the end of the production line to produce the final product.

Industry 3 computer and automation

Industry 3.0 Industry 3.0 began in the 1970s and ushered in the age of automation. With the aid of computers and precision timing, manufacturing plants could program robots to perform a limited set of tasks along assembly lines. Robots were able to perform routine, repetitive tasks with greater accuracy and speed than their human counterparts. These tasks were made possible thanks to their timing efforts. These innovations allowed many manufacturing plants to become fully automated.

industry 4 cyber physical systems

Industry 4.0 This phase of industrial revolution introduced the internet which has transformed most every facet of life worldwide. The field of industrial manufacturing embraced the (IoT) Internet of Things. In this new connected world, more and more companies began integrating smart systems into the manufacturing processes, creating faster, safer, and more efficient assembly lines. Thanks to the innovation of Wireless Technology and improvements in system timing assembly line robots evolved by high end computing and AI (artificial intelligence) capable of handling big data analysis and precision decision making. Through wireless technology, and the addition of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), devices can communicate information directly back and forth, machine-to-machine (M2M).

 

Industry 5.0, the Future is Now 

 industry 5 mass customization and cyber physical cognitive systems

Up to now the industry has been solely focused on process automation. In the latest Industry 5.0 has created an emphasis on developing co-operation between man and machine, ushering in the development of what is called cognitive computing. The goal of Industry 5.0 is to improve how humans work alongside their automated, AI cognitive computing counterparts to further evolve industry to support the demands of our modern world.

A great example of Industry 5.0 is a common device that interacts and is often controlled by human operators called a cobot or cooperative robot. Cobots protect humans by delving into precarious and often dangerous environments, feeding human operators critical decision-making data as they go. All this big data decision making is made possible by the development of precision clocking technology.

ECS Inc. International Provides Electronic Components for All Types of Industrial Applications 

ECS, Inc. International, a leading global manufacturer of electronic components, has engineered numerous new products designed to enhance all types of industrial applications.

These components are designed with low LC (load capacitance) and low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance) to optimize current consumption and improve battery life. ECS Inc’s electronic components are manufactured to the highest quality and are designed to perform well in harsh environments.

ECS is proud to serve our OEM and design engineers by helping them receive the global engineering and sales support that they need.

For more information on products and technical specifications, please refer to the charts below. 

32.768 kHz Tuning Fork Watch Crystals 

Part Number

Frequency

Package Size

Inventory

ECX-12

32.768 kHz

2.0 x 1.2 mm

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ECX-31B

32.768 kHz

3.2 x 1.5 mm

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Crystals 

Part Number

Frequency

Package Size

Inventory

ECX-2236

12 ~ 80 MHz

2.5 x 2.0 mm

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ECX-32

8 ~ 54 MHz

3.2 x 2.5 mm

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ECX-53

8 ~ 50 MHz

5.0 x 3.2 mm

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Oscillators 

Part Number

Frequency

Package Size

Inventory

ECS-2520MV

0.75 ~ 60 MHz

2.5 x 2.0 mm

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ECS-2520MV

8 ~ 60 MHz

2.5 x 2.0 mm

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ECS-3225MV

6 ~ 50 MHz

3.2 x 2.5 mm

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ECS-5032MV

0.75 ~ 160 MHz

5.0 x 3.2 mm

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TCXOs 

Part Number

Frequency

Package Size

Inventory

ECS-TXO-25CSMV

10 ~ 52 MHz

2.5 x 2.0 mm

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ECS-TXO-3225MV

8 ~ 60 MHz

3.2 x 2.5 mm

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ECS-TXO-5032MV

9.5 ~ 60.4 MHz

5.0 x 3.2 mm

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Power Inductors 

Part Number

Inductance
Range

Package Size

Inventory

ECS-MPI2520

0.47 - 4.7 uH ± 20%
0.47 - 10 uH ± 20%

2.5 x 2.0 x 1.0 mm
2.5 x 2.0 x 1.2 mm

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ECS-MPI4040

0.90 - 10 uH ± 20%
0.47 - 10 uH ± 20%
0.22 - 22 uH ± 20%
0.22 - 22 uH ± 20%

4.7 x 4.31 x 1.2 mm
4.7 x 4.31 x 1.5 mm
4.7 x 4.31 x 1.85 mm
4.7 x 4.31 x 2.0 mm

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ECS-MPIL0530

0.68 - 22 uH ± 20%

5.49 x 5.18 x 3.0 mm

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ECS-HCMPI-0502Q

0.15 - 1.5 uH ± 20%

5.5 x 5.3 x 1.9 mm

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ECS-HCMPI-0503Q

0.15 - 4.7 uH ± 20%

5.5 x 5.3 x 2.9 mm

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AEC-Q200 Automotive Grade Products

 

32.768 kHz Tuning Fork Watch Crystals

Part Number

Frequency

Package Size

Inventory

ECX-12Q

32.768 kHz

2.0 x 1.2 mm

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ECX-34Q

32.768 kHz

3.2 x 1.5 mm

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Crystals

Part Number

Frequency

Package Size

Inventory

ECX-1637Q

16 ~ 52 MHz

2.0 x 1.6 mm

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ECX-2236Q

12 ~ 40 MHz

2.5 x 2.0 mm

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ECX-33Q

8 ~ 54 MHz

3.2 x 2.5 mm

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ECX-33QZ
Ruggedized

13 ~ 26 MHz

3.2 x 2.5 mm

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ECX-53BQZ
Ruggedized

13 ~ 26 MHz

5.0 x 3.2 mm

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MultiVolt™ Oscillators

Part Number

Frequency

Package Size

Inventory

ECS-327ATQMV

32.768 KHz

3.2 x 2.5 mm

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ECS-2016MVQ

1.5 ~ 54 MHz

2.0 x 1.6 mm

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ECS-2520MVQ

1.0 ~ 160 MHz

2.5 x 2.0 mm

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ECS-3225MVQ

1.0 ~ 160 MHz

3.2 x 2.5 mm

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Power Inductors 

Part Number

Inductance
Range

Package Size

Inventory

ECS-MPI4040

0.90 - 10 uH ± 20%
0.47 - 10 uH ± 20%
0.22 - 22 uH ± 20%
0.22 - 22 uH ± 20%

4.7 x 4.31 x 1.2 mm
4.7 x 4.31 x 1.5 mm
4.7 x 4.31 x 1.85 mm
4.7 x 4.31 x 2.0 mm

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ECS-HCMPI-0502Q

0.15 - 1.5 uH ± 20%

5.5 x 5.3 x 1.9 mm

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ECS-HCMPI-0503Q

0.15 - 4.7 uH ± 20%

5.5 x 5.3 x 2.9 mm

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Lenexa, KS 66219

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