The chip shortage continues in 2022. While some experts believe that the situation will improve this year, others are convinced that the crisis will persist into 2023. This article is updated continuously and summarizes the most important chip shortage news in June 2022.
Each year, we’ve seen more of a focus on EVs at the annual PCIM Europe event, and 2022 was no exception with a range of exciting new developments that illustrate just how quickly the sector is innovating.
The BMW Group is stepping up its commitment to achieving climate neutrality and massively expanding its use of secondary material in closed recycling loops. For the first time in China, the BMW Brilliance Automotive joint venture (BBA) has established a closed loop for reuse of the raw materials nickel, lithium and cobalt from high-voltage batteries that are no longer suitable for use in electric vehicles.
COSEL Co, Ltd announced the addition of a new series of high isolation 6W DC/DC converters for medical, industrial and ICT applications. Packaged in a Single In Line (SIP) type 8, the COSEL MH6 series has a reinforce isolation of 3kVAC, 4.2kVDC, complies with medical isolation standard (2MOOP (250VAC working voltage)) and ruggedized for industrial applications that might implies differential IN/OUT voltage.