Good day dear valued customer, Kingtronics team wish you and your family healthy and prosperous throughout the new year 2018. 

Kindly please remind our factory will begin Chinese new year holidays at the middle of February, at least 2 weeks. May we know if you have new inquiry or order request recently? 
if you have future order plan and delivery schedule, kindly please advise us and confirm the order early, we will do best to proceed the case and catch up your lead time request.

In new year, our company will keep improving our production line support. Below is our product information of KKT--Chip Ceramic Trimmer Capacitor, welcome your inquiry.

Datasheet: http://www.kingtronics.com/pdf/KKT-SMD-3mm-Ceramic-Trimmer-Capacitor.pdf

**KKT SMD 3mm Chip Ceramic Trimmer Capacitor Features:

Low capacitance drift
High durability from vibration, dust, moisture and flux
Color coded case permits easy identification
Very good Q and high resonant frequency
Designed for reflow soldering.
Small size with external dimension of 3.2(W) x 4.5(L) x 1.5(T) mm

**KKT SMD 3mm Chip Ceramic Trimmer Capacitor Applications
Remote Keyless Entry System,Measuring Instrument
Car Alarm Remote Controller, Car Audio,Traffic Card Reader
Security System,Wireless Microphone
Cordless Phone,Wireless Repeater
Two-Way Radio Communication (FRS, GMRS, LMR)
TCXO, VCXO,RF Module,RFID,DVD

Kingtronics P/N

KKT303TR

KKT306TR

KKT310TR

KKT320TR

KKT330TR

Capacitance

3pf

6pf

10pf

20pf

30pf

Color

Black

Blue

Ivory

Pink

Green

Capacitance Drift(max)

+/-2%

+/-2%

+/-2%

+/-3%

+/-3%

Temperature Coefficient (ppm/ °C  )

NPO +/-300

NPO +/-200

N600 +/-400

N900 +/-400

N1200 +/-400

DC working Voltage

100VDC

DC Withstanding Voltage

200VDC

Operating Temperature

-25°C  ~85°C  

 

Are you making a resolution for 2018? Warning: More than half of all resolutions fail, but this year, they don’t have to be yours. Here’s how to identify the right resolution to improve your life, create a plan on how to reach it, and become part of the small group of people that successfully achieve their goal.

Pick the Right Resolution

You’ll give yourself your best shot at success if you set a goal that’s doable — and meaningful too.

According to the time management firm FranklinCovey, one third of resolutioners don’t make it past the end of January.

A lot of these resolutions fail because they’re not the right resolutions. And a resolution may be wrong for one of three main reasons:

It’s a resolution created based on what someone else (or society) is telling you to change. 
It’s too vague.
You don’t have a realistic plan for achieving your resolution.

Your goals should be smart — and SMART. That’s an acronym coined in the journal Management Review in 1981 for specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound. It may work for management, but it can also work in setting your resolutions, too.

Specific. Your resolution should be absolutely clear. “Making a concrete goal is really important rather than just vaguely saying ‘I want to lose weight.’ You want to have a goal: How much weight do you want to lose and at what time interval?”. “Five pounds in the next two months — that’s going to be more effective.”

Measurable. This may seem obvious if your goal is a fitness or weight loss related one, but it’s also important if you’re trying to cut back on something, too. If, for example, you want to stop biting your nails, take pictures of your nails over time so you can track your progress in how those nails grow back out. Logging progress into a journal or making notes on your phone or in an app designed to help you track behaviors can reinforce the progress, no matter what your resolution may be.

Achievable. This doesn’t mean that you can’t have big stretch goals. But trying to take too big a step too fast can leave you frustrated, or affect other areas of your life to the point that your resolution takes over your life — and both you and your friends and family flail. So, for example, resolving to save enough money to retire in five years when you’re 30 years old is probably not realistic, but saving an extra $100 a month may be. (And if that’s easy, you can slide that number up to an extra $200, $300 or $400 a month).

Relevant. Is this a goal that really matters to you, and are you making it for the right reasons? “If you do it out of the sense of self-hate or remorse or a strong passion in that moment, it doesn’t usually last long.” “But if you build up a process where you’re thinking harder about what’s good for you, you’re changing the structure of your life, you’re bringing people into your life who will reinforce that resolution, then I think you have a fighting chance.” 

Time-bound. Like “achievable,” the timeline toward reaching your goal should be realistic, too. That means giving yourself enough time to do it with lots of smaller intermediate goals set up along the way. “Focus on these small wins so you can make gradual progress.” “If you’re building a habit, you’re planning for the next decade, not the next couple of months.”

Kingtronics team sincerely wishs you & your family have a wonderful Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2018 in advance.

Thank you so much for all support in the past years, we are at your disposal always, stay contact. ^&^



Kingtronics Xmas holiday: 25th -26th Dec., New Year holiday: 1st Jan.

                               Spring Festival: 16th-19th Feb.

Above our holiday schedules can be found, please feel free to email us your component demands at any time, we will respond your requirements at our earliest time. 

Look forward to win more business with you together in the blessing new year. ~!~

Aluminum Elec. Capacitors
Trimming Potentiometers
Bridge Rectifiers
Diodes & Transistors
Surge Arresters
OSC & Quartz Crystals
MLCC & Tantalum Capacitors

Now that winter's here, it’s more difficult to get up in the morning. In fact, more than half of us admit getting up during winter is a ‘struggle’. Unsurprisingly, Monday mornings are the hardest. So what little changes could you make? Here are 3 top tips to give you that extra ‘morning motivation’ boost:

1> Have a drink.

Drinking water as soon as you wake up will help stimulate the body and help you stay awake.



2> Do something active.

You may not have the time or energy for a full-blown exercise routine every morning, but get your body moving somehow such as forcing yourself to wiggle around under the covers.



3> Remind yourself of what you have to do.

Noting your to-do list on a small whiteboard or a piece of paper kept on the nightstand, which will help you feel at night like you have those things handled, or at least noted, for the following day, and it will give you more reason to get up in the morning.



If none of this works, there's the obvious tip of setting the alarm clock across the room. *^__^*


It’s always been a great pleasure that customers positively help promote our brand, our potential is quite obvious as following, thus more and more customers are willing to advertise, or exhibit for us even at their own cost, no doubt it leads to more win-win cooperation. 

Strength & Advantage
Professional manufacturer
High quality commitment
Well-known brand Kingtronics
Competitive prices
Fast lead time & stock
Strong sales support
Sales response quickly
Strong technical support
Excellent customer service
Exhibitions overseas

Recently one Indian customer helps promote our brand on LED EXPO NEW DELHI, we really appreciate it and encourage it, it definitely results in more considerate support will be provided to them from us.

We warmly welcome more customers seek more support from us, let’s join efforts on expanding business. http://www.kingtronics.com/

Dear valued customers, the year 2017 is becoming to the end, how is everything going? : )
Kingtronics team hopes you have a harvest and business increasing year.

Kingtronics production line will be very tight before every Christmas, in order to help maintaining the same offer and put order into production flow in time successfully, 
Kindly please feel free to advise us your new request and shipment instruction in advance, then we can prepare and proceed the case.

Kingtronics team sincerely wishs you and your family have a wonderful Merry Christmas and Happy new 2018 year in advance.

Kingtronics strong production lines:

RKT--Trimming potentiometer

RKT-3006P           25pcs/tube
RKT-3386F            50pcs/tube
RKT-3296X           50pcs/tube
RKT-3266W         50pcs/tube
RKT-C3305           2.5kpcs/Reel

MKT--Radial multilayer ceramic capacitor

0.1uF 50V +/-10% X7R  P:5.08MM (0805)  Ammo RoHS         2.5kpcs/Ammo
2200pF 50V +/-2% NPO P: 5.08mm              Bulk RoHS   

GKT-Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor

Radial Type         
GKT-GS  2200uF 63V +/-20%  dimension: 18*35mm P:7.5mm 85°C Bulk RoHS        
GKT-GT   2200uF 50V +/-20%  dimension: 16*35mm P:7.5mm 105°C Bulk RoHS    

SMD Type 
GKT-VA  33uF 63V +/-20%    size: 8*10.5mm  85°C  Tape & Reel  RoHS            
GKT-VT   470uF 35V +/-20%    size: 12.5*13.5mm 105°C  Tape & Reel RoHS 

 

Ever wondered how England got its name? As with countless other countries, it's all down to a tribe of early settlers (in this case the 5th Century Angles).

In fact, almost every country in the world is named after one of four things: 1) a tribe; 2) a feature of the land; 3) a directional description; or 4) an important person. That's according to Quartz, which analysed 195 countries listed in the Oxford Concise Dictionary of World Place-Names.

1> Tribe names

England is in good company with the lion’s share (about a third) of the world’s countries named after an early tribe or ethnic group.

FRANCE – Named after the Franks, who conquered the land in the Medieval ages.

VIETNAM – Named after the Viets of the South.

AFGHANISTAN – Translates to "Afghan-land; place of the Afghans”.

THAILAND – Relates to the “tai” people, an ethnic group from the central plains region.

RUSSIA – From the Medieval Latin term “Russi”, which denoted the people of the land.

2> Important people

SAINT LUCIA – This Caribbean island was named by the French in 1625 after the Catholic Saint Lucy, who was widely worshipped during the Middle Ages.

COLOMBIA – Named after famed explorer Christopher Columbus, who incidentally never even set foot in the country. It was in fact discovered by his companion Alonso de Ojeda in 1499, but was eventually named after Columbus anyway.

PHILIPPINES – Named by Spanish explorer Ruy López de Villalobos, in honor of King Philip II of Spain in 1542.

SAUDI ARABIA – After esteemed warrior and aristocrat Emir Muhammad bin Saud, who is considered the founder of the First Saudi State in 1744.

SEYCHELLES – In 1976, this beautiful chain of islands in the Indian Ocean gained independence from the UK but before that it was controlled by France and was named after French minister of finance Jean Moreau de Sechelles in the 1700s.

EL SAVADOR – This tiny country in Central America takes its name from Jesus and translates to "The Saviour". It was named by Spanish conqueror Pedro de Alvarado in the 1500s.

3> Land features

ICELAND – This moniker translates to "Land of Ice", perhaps for obvious reasons, from the ancient language of Old Norse, and is said to have been named by Norwegian Viking Hrafna-Flóki Vilgerðarson in 856 AD. This ignores Iceland’s plentiful green landscape, however, and many theorise that Iceland was named as such to dissuade potential settlers from invading what would have sounded like a cold, hostile environment.

HAITI – This Caribbean country’s name translates to "mountainous land" in its indigenous Taíno language. It was colonised by Spain in 1492 and originally named “La Española”, but was later renamed “Haiti” in 1804 by former slave and revolutionary Jean-Jacques Dessalines, who declared himself emperor and took back the land.

BARBADOS – This name translates to ‘the bearded’ in Portuguese, which is thought to be due to the long hanging roots of the fig trees that were noticed and marvelled at by colonizers in the late 16th Century.

UKRAINE – Ukraine was labelled as such during the 12th Century and translates to “near the border” in Old Slavic. Essentially it was used to define an area of territory within what was then the East Slavic state of Kievan Rus.

4> Location

AUSTRALIA – First coined by the Ancient Greeks, Australia translates to “Unknown Southern Land”, but was officially declared by this name in the early 1800s by English cartographer Matthew Flinders.

NORWAY – Conversely, this country traces its name to the Old English term for “northern way”, first mentioned in 880 by the Anglo-Saxons.

JAPAN – Nippon, which is the name commonly used by Japanese natives, means “land of the rising sun”, referring to its geographical location of being east of China.

There do exist a smattering of countries in the world which stepped outside the box with their naming criteria - around 20 of them. While some are disputed or their exact origins unclear, here is a handful of the most quirky and imaginative...

Bhutan, which calls itself Druk Yul, means "land of the thunder dragon" on account of the magnificent storms that tear through the Himalaya Mountains.

There are several theories as to the origin of Nepal's name, one of which makes reference to Kathmandu's sheep-rearing history, given that in Tibetan, "ne" means "home" and "pal" means "wool" - ergo "the home of wool"

Nauru, one of the world's most remote islands and the smallest state in the South Pacific, might take its name from the native term "anáoero" - which rather charmingly means, "I go to the beach".

1. You’ll Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

As young people most of us have a pretty established comfort zone. You have your established, friends, activities, hangouts and possibly jobs. We become comfortable in these daily roles and the idea of breaking out them can be scary and uncomfortable.

The problem is, you learn the most in uncomfortable, unfamiliar situations. In our daily routines, you know how to act and respond to people and your surroundings. Being in a new place, with different people, who hold different values and go about life differently strips all that familiarity away.

It can be scary, but once you figure out that you can connect with people despite differences, and you can navigate foreign environments, you become a smarter, more competent individual. Embrace the discomfort. Search for it, because it is helping you grow.

2. Traveling Builds Confidence

As you conquer the obstacles of figuring out how to use public transit in a foreign country, or asking for simple things in a grocery store, you are building a confidence and ability to adapt in foreign situations. 

You realize that you CAN do things, despite the obstacles and suddenly the obstacles seem less obstructive and more like welcomed challenges.

3. You Will Develop Cultural Sensitivity

Being culturally sensitive is key in our globalizing world. It is not enough to say “people from X country are like this.” It is important to look for underlying values that may explain a certain behavior in order to practice cultural sensitivity. 

Being aware of cultural values and norms is not only fascinating, but can help us understand international issues and conflicts, or even relate to the cultural norms of a foreign business partner. It is an important skill to be able to shift perspectives and see where someone else is coming from.

Cultural sensitivity will help you with your communication on both business and personal levels.

4. You Can Adapt to Globalization

Whether you like it or not, with the internet and social media, we are globalizing quickly. It is not unlikely that you would end up with a job that has you travel for business or take part in conference calls with international business partners. In our globalizing world it is important to be culturally sensitive and it can’t hurt to know a foreign language.

In the business world, having lived abroad can give you a competitive edge. Use the confidence and cultural sensitivity that traveling helps you develop and help it make you successful.

5. Be Immersed in a Second (or Third) Language

Once you travel abroad you realize that especially in Europe, almost everyone you meet speaks at least two languages somewhat proficiently.

We in the States have a bit of a disadvantage since geographically we cannot country-hop as easily as Europeans can. This is why traveling, especially for us, is even more important.  In the globalizing world it really can only benefit you to speak another language. Not to mention, it opens up a whole new world of people you can now connect with and understand that you would never have gotten the chance to get to know had you never learned their language.

Living abroad is really the best way to learn a new language since you are forced to challenge and practice your skills on a daily basis.

6. Infinite Opportunities to Network

If you are interested in working internationally or even just having a couch to stay on in a country that you love, never underestimate the value of networking wherever you go.

People are generally very friendly and love to talk about their home and culture. This is not always the case, but more than often it is. Making friendships abroad can make this big world seem a little smaller and help you feel more connected wherever you go.

The best advice is to meet as many people on your travels as you can. It will definitely make your time abroad more enjoyable since the locals know best! Plus you never know when these connections will come in handy in the future whether visiting each other for fun or otherwise.

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1. Braised pork rice (滷肉飯)
Not to be underestimated: braised fatty pork with rice.  
不可小覷的滷肉飯

"Where there's a wisp of smoke from the kitchen chimney, there will be lurou fan [braised pork with rice]," goes the Taiwanese saying. The popularity of this humble dish cannot be overstated.

"Lurou fan" is almost synonymous with Taiwanese food.
"Lurou fan is the more ordinary and down-to-earth dish for any Taiwanese," says Rae Lin, founder of dearbnb, a Taiwanese travel website. "From your mother's version of lurou fan to the one served in a restaurant, it's the one dish we truly can't live without."
A good bowl of lurou fan features finely chopped, not quite minced, pork belly, slow-cooked in aromatic soy sauce with five spices. There should be an ample amount of fattiness, in which lies the magic. The meat is spooned over hot rice. A little sweet, a little salty, braised pork rice is comfort food perfected.



2. Oyster omelet (蚵仔煎)
The oyster omelet: the island's snack.  
全島公認的點心

Here's a snack that really showcases the fat of the land of Taiwan. You've got something from the sea and something from the soil.
The eggs are the perfect foil for the little oysters easily found around the island, while sweet potato starch is added to give the whole thing a gooey chewiness -- a signature Taiwan food texture.  
No wonder it was voted best snack to represent the island in a poll of 1,000 Taiwanese by Global Views Monthly in 2007.


3. Bubble tea (珍珠奶茶)
Better than beer: bubble tea is a drink and a snack.  
比啤酒更棒:是飲料也是點心

Bubble tea is representative of the "QQ" food texture that Taiwanese love. The cute-sounding phrase refers to something that is very chewy, just like the tapioca balls that are the "bubbles" in bubble tea.
It is said that this unique drink was invented out of boredom. Liu Han-Chieh threw some sweetened tapioca pudding into her iced Assam tea on a fateful day in 1988 and one of the greatest Taiwanese exports was born.
Huge variations on the theme have since emerged, including taro-flavored tea, jasmine tea or coffee, served cold or hot.


4. Coffin bread (棺材板)
If the Addams Family came to Taiwan. 
"阿達一族"(電影)來台灣的話...

This Tainan specialty is a mutated offspring of French toast and chowder.
An extra thick piece of bread is hollowed out to resemble a flat bread bowl. It is toasted to harden it and then filled with seafood chowder.
Legend says a Taiwanese chef who studied Western cooking invented this bread-soup-bowl-with-corners.
One day an archeologist tried the toast and told the chef, “It looks just like the coffin I am excavating now.”
Thus, the chowder soup took on its morbid Chinese name, which means "coffin bread."


5. Gua bao (割包)
Dear Gua Bao, you're the Big Mac of our eye.  
親愛的割包,你是我們眼中的"大麥克"(麥當勞的大漢堡)

It's a hamburger, Taiwan-style.
A steamed bun sandwiches a hearty filling of braised pork belly, pickled Chinese cabbage and powdered peanuts.
The filling is chopped up into small pieces and mixed together so there's a bit of everything in every bite. Consider doing this with Western hamburgers.
Take in a big mouthful and enjoy the salty, sour and sweet flavors and the greasy pork swimming in your mouth.


6. Pineapple cake (鳳梨酥)
Sunny Hill's traditional pineapple cake.
"微熱山丘"的傳統式鳳梨酥

This iconic Taiwanese pastry is one of the best souvenir options. These mini pineapple pies are filled with candied pineapple. 
If you want the best pineapple cake experience, try SunnyHills which uses only local pineapple as filling. It yields a darker filling, rougher texture and a more sour taste. 
The traditional pies at other shops are filled with a mix of pineapple and chewable bits of winter melon. They have a fruity sweetness and a golden casing of crumbly buttery pastry.
Stores that replace pineapple completely with winter melon to cut costs are committing a big no-no.


7. Tian bu la (甜不辣)
Don't waste a single drop: water down the brown sauce and drink it up.
一滴也不浪費:湯水下碗、混合濃郁醬汁,然後把它喝光

Tian bu la refers to fish paste that has been molded into various shapes and sizes, deep-fried, then boiled in a broth. Before eating, the pieces of solid fish paste are taken out of the broth and smothered in brown sauce.
Doesn't sound like much, but it delivers plenty of the sweet flavors and chewy textures beloved by Taiwanese. Tian bu la is basically a Taiwan take on Japanese oden, with more sugariness, tougher fish cakes and a signature sauce. 
After finishing the pieces of fish cakes, there's more to come. Get some soup from the vendor and add it to the remaining sauce in the bowl. Mix and drink the flavor bomb.  

8. Ba wan (肉圓)
Ba wan: dumplings for giants.
肉圓:是巨人的水餃

The ba wan is Taiwan's mega dumpling.
Made with a dough of rice flour, corn starch and sweet potato starch, it looks almost translucent after cooking. Pork, veggies and sometimes eggs are stuffed inside and gravy is poured on top. 
It is commonly believed that ba wan was invented during periods of scarcity. The simple pork dumpling was then a luxurious snack enjoyed only during the Lunar New Year festival. 


9. Fried chicken (鹽酥雞)
Perfect street food: boneless and bite-sized.
完美隨手吃:去骨、一口剛剛好

In the fried chicken hall of fame, Taiwan deserves its own exhibit. Not only has it made the giant fried chicken cutlet (No. 35 on this list) a cult classic, but its popcorn chicken is dangerously addictive.
The chicken is chopped into bite-sized pieces, marinated, dipped in batter and deep-fried. A generous sprinkling of salt and pepper complete the morish morsels. It's a ubiquitous snack on the city streets.


10. Flaky scallion pancake (蔥抓餅)
The flaky scallion pancake, Taiwan's food porn queen.
有著酥脆口感的千層蔥餅,是台灣美食之性感女王

There is nothing more appetizing than the sight of a flaky scallion pancake being slowly torn apart. Add cheese and egg fillings to maximize the visuals.
Devour this night market staple in a few bites to ensure it is steaming hot and chewy.


11. Oyster vermicelli (蚵仔麵線)
Oyster vermicelli: taste of the sea.
鮮蚵細麵:海洋之味

A bowl of great oyster vermicelli should have a thick, flavorful soup base while the thin rice noodles and oysters should still retain their distinct texture.  
Some people will add chopped intestines for a funky dimension to the soup.
It is a gooey, slurpable dish, more soup than noodle, with an intense briny taste.


12. Stinky tofu (臭豆腐)
You need two hands to eat this, one to hold your nose.
吃的時候你需要兩手併用,一手是用來掐住鼻子的

This is the world's best love-it-or-hate-it snack and Taiwan does it just right. 
The "fragrant" cube of bean curd is deep-fried and draped with sweet and spicy sauce. It you hold your nose, it looks and tastes just like a plain ol' piece of fried tofu, with a crisp casing and soft center like pudding.
But what's the fun in eating that? Inhale deeply and relish the stench, the smellier, the better.


13. Pepper cakes (胡椒餅)
So good that we ate half of it before remembering to take a photo.
太好吃了差點忘記拍照,吃到一半才想起來

The must-have at Rao He night market, the pepper cake is a crispy pocket filled with juicy pork that is infused with the aromatic bite of black pepper. Baked on the wall of a clay oven, the pies are a delicious ode to the pepper plant.
Make sure you get more than one, or risk the overwhelming sense of regret when you have to wait again in the long queue for more.


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Sunday's Emmy Awards will honor the best achievements in television over the past year -- and as we all know, it's increasingly difficult to stay caught up on all the shows that make a big splash heading into awards season. So we've put together this guide to 10 episodes of TV, that will make you an expert on the nominees ahead of the big event. So get watching!

星期天艾美奖将为在过去一年里播出的电视剧颁发最佳成就奖项。我们都知道,要跟上那些轰动颁奖季的电视剧的进度越来越难,所以我们整理了这份10集电视剧的参考指南,这会使你在艾美奖颁奖典礼之前对这些被提名的电视剧了如指掌。快去看看吧!

Westworld
《西部世界》
It's difficult to pick just one episode that illustrates why Westworld earned 22 Emmy nominations, but if we have to choose one, look no further than the Season 1 finale "The Bicameral Mind." In addition to being one of the episodes producers submitted to be considered for a drama series nod, it was also submitted in the directing and lead actress categories. In particular, the episode is a showcase for Wood's performance as Dolores, one of the "hosts" of the mysterious fantasyland.

Feud: Bette and Joan
《宿敌:贝蒂和琼》
Travel back to the 1963 Oscars in the fifth episode of Ryan Murphy's exploration of the feud between Joan Crawford (Lange) and Bette Davis (Sarandon), which also received individual nods in the limited series writing and directing categories. The tension between the dramatized versions of Crawford and Davis is deliciously palpable as Joan schemes to steal the spotlight from Bette on Oscars night, despite not receiving a nomination. Fortunately there isn't as much animosity between Sarandon and Lange as they prepare to face off in the limited series lead actress race on Sunday.

Big Little Lies
《大小谎言》
With five acting nominations under its belt, not to matter nods for writing, directing and series, Big Little Lies is also difficult to narrow down to just one episode. But "Living the Dream," the third installment in the adaptation of Liane Moriarty's novel, coalesces the dynamic among the four women at the heart of the show. In particular, Dern's desperate, Renata and Witherspoon's maddeningly chirpy, and Madeline shine in this episode, which also sets up the show's central mystery and gives us a horrifying glimpse into the marriage of Celeste (Kidman) and Perry (Skarsgard) as they attend couples counseling.

This Is Us
《我们这一天》
Though most of this year's major Emmy nominees require some sort of subscription service, there's no excuse if you've yet to watch This Is Us. NBC's breakout drama hit -- the only broadcast show to earn a drama series nod this year -- was a standout among last season's crop of freshman shows and received 11 nominations total. "Memphis" is pretty universally acknowledged as Season 1's best episode, especially for the chemistry between fictional father-son duo Randall (Brown) and William (Jones). Make sure you have your tissues handy. You'll have to choose a different episode (we'd suggest the pilot) to check out Metz and Ventimiglia's acting chops, but while "Memphis" features a limited perspective, it proves why This Is Us has struck a chord with so many.

The Handmaid's Tale
《使女的故事》
If there's anything that can be considered a "shoo-in" at Sunday's Emmy Awards, it is Elisabeth Moss' well-deserved win in the drama lead actress category for her tour de force performance in the Handmaid's Tale. Spoiler-phobes may not want to jump straight to the Season 1 finale, but not only does it highlight the full range of Moss' excellent performance, it's the episode supporting actress nominee Samira Wiley submitted for consideration as well.

The Night Of
《罪夜之奔》
"The Art of War", the fourth episode of the limited series, ramps up the “friendship” between Naz (Ahmed) and his prison buddy/mentor Freddy (Williams). The Night Of originally aired way back at the beginning of the year, so even for viewers who are looking to get a refresher before the Emmys, this is a great episode to revisit.

Veep
《副总统》
Will the Emmys' love for Veep continue this year? The long-running series is seeking a three-peat in the outstanding comedy category after winning the past two years, and Louis-Dreyfus may take home her sixth trophy for her portrayal of Selina Meyer, a politician whose incompetence makes her endearing. "Groundbreaking" was the Season 6 finale chronicles Selina's political career through the years in flashbacks, as she and her present-day team prepare for the groundbreaking of what will be her library. And it provides the perfect launching pad for what will be the show's seventh and final season.

House of Cards
《纸牌屋》
House of Cards is a long shot to take home any prizes in the acting categories this year. But the Season 5 finale takes Frank and Claire Underwood's (Spacey and Wright) Machiavellian quest for absolute power to new heights -- and proves why Kelly, who was upped from a guest actor to supporting actor this year -- completely deserved his nod

Stranger Things
《怪奇物语》
Arguably the most buzzed-about show of 2017, Netflix's Stranger Things is the runaway favorite to take home the drama series award, especially after it took home the casting award at the Creative Arts Emmys last weekend. Brown could also become the youngest Emmy winner ever as a long-shot contender for drama supporting actress. See what all the fuss over the teen star and the show itself is about with "The Bathtub," the penultimate Season 1 episode in which Brown's Eleven ventures into the "Upside Down" to look for the missing boy Will. In addition to Brown's understated performance, the episode is representative of all the elements of the show that captured viewers' hearts and minds: supernatural creepiness, '80s nostalgia, kids working together to catch some bad guys, and of course, a killer soundtrack.

The Crown
《王冠》
Assassins", the ninth episode of Season 1, features Winston Churchill (Lithgow) announcing his resignation and having his portrait painted for his 80th birthday, as well as Queen Elizabeth (Foy) growing increasingly distant from her husband Philip. In particular, Lithgow embodies Churchill in a way we haven't seen before, in what may prove to be a career-defining performance. Foy, meanwhile, will be looking to take home her second award after winning a Golden Globe this year.

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Kingtronics International Company was established in 1995 located in Dongguan City of China to handle all sales & marketing for factories located in Chengdu, Sichuan and Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China. In 1990, we established the first factory to produce trimming potentiometer and in 1999 we built up new factory in Zhao Qing, Guangdong. Now with around 850 workers, Kingtronics produce trimming potentiometers, dipped tantalum capacitors, multilayer ceramic capacitors, and diode & bridge rectifier. We sell good quality under our brand Kingtronics, and Kt, King, Kingtronics are our three trademarks. All our products are RoHS compliant, and our bridge rectifier have UL approval. Please visit our Products page, you could please download all our PDF datasheet and find cross reference for our Trimming Potentiometer and capacitors.

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Meet Kingtronics in Moscow soon
Chip EXPO 2017
Chip EXPO 2017
"Expocentre" Moscow Russia
Date: Oct 31 - Nov 2nd, 2017
Booth No.: B 20

Meet Kingtronics in Munich soon
Electronica 2018
Electronica 2018
New Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany
Date: 13-16 November, 2018
Booth No.: To be advised

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