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Quanterian Solutions publishes new resource

Posted 8/2/22

Quanterion Solutions, 266 Genesee St, has announced an updated reliability engineering resource titled “Electronic Derating for Optimum Component Reliability: Second Edition.”

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Quanterian Solutions publishes new resource

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UTICA — Quanterion Solutions, 266 Genesee St, has announced an updated reliability engineering resource titled “Electronic Derating for Optimum Component Reliability: Second Edition.”

This publication is beneficial to engineers in the systems, reliability, design, product, manufacturing, mechanical, aerospace or software fields who are interested to improve the reliability of their systems.

“Electronic derating is a proven method of increasing the safety and reliability of a system. This publication was designed to provide engineers with the data necessary to maximize the performance of their components, products, and systems,” said Rich Wisniewski, senior reliability engineer at Quanterion Solutions.

Electronic parts derating is limiting thermal, electrical and/or mechanical stresses on components to levels below the manufacturer’s ratings to improve system reliability when applied to all components in a system. Every electronic component experiences physical limits, such as failing or becoming damaged at a certain voltage. However, derating guidelines included in this publication recommend appropriate levels of stress that the included electronic components can withstand and still operate at maximum capacity.

“Electronic Derating for Optimum Component Reliability: Second Edition” is designed to maximize the reliable application of the components in electronic equipment. The new edition includes derating guidelines for additional technologies, the announcement said. 

This publication is available as a download or hard copy at: www.quanterion.com/product/publications/electronic-derating-for-optimum-component-reliability/

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