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Germany: Siemens, partners develop ceramic PCB for EVs

Siemens is developing with partners in the government-funded Kairos project a new type of ceramic printed circuit board for robust integrated power converters used in electric vehicles. The converters’ modular design and physical proximity to control and power electronics in the vehicles’ transmissions is intended to make them more reliable and It’s time to log … Continued

Siemens is developing with partners in the government-funded Kairos project a new type of ceramic printed circuit board for robust integrated power converters used in electric vehicles.

The converters’ modular design and physical proximity to control and power electronics in the vehicles’ transmissions is intended to make them more reliable and

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