ACTIVES

 

Technology

Manufacturer

Current Lead-Times

Lead-Times Trend

Comments

 
 

Rectifiers

Diodes Inc

12-24

Increasing

Schottky rectifiers SOT23 and SOD323 20- 24 weeks, PDI123 21 weeks, SBR TO220AB 12-20 weeks, SMA 16-18 weeks.

 

Vishay

16-52

Increasing

There are increased lead times in SMA, SMB, SMC, TO-220, TO-263 and DPAK. Schottkys are most affected with 40-52 weeks lead time.

 

ON Semiconductor

18-42

Increasing

SOD123 flat lead, SOT23 copper and SMA Flat lead 36-42 weeks lead time. Automotive parts 26-32 weeks

 

STMicroelectronics

20-33

Increasing

TURBO 2 Ultrafast High Voltage Rectifiers running about 20 weeks. Everything else is 25-33 weeks.

 

Fairchild

12-14

Stable

 

 

TVS Diodes

Diodes Inc

12-16

Increasing

 

 

Littelfuse

16

Increasing

Purchased ON Semi TVS business Lead times 24 weeks

 

Vishay

25-40

Increasing

SMC at 25 weeks SMA and SMB at 40

 

STMicroelectronics

8

Stable

 

 

Schottky Diodes

Diodes Inc

12-22

Increasing

 

 

Nexperia

20-40

Increasing

SOT23SD/DD from 20 to 45 weeks - SOD523 from 40 weeks - - SOT 89 40 WEEKS - SOT323SD/DD from 40 weeks SOT363 from 30 to 40 weeks SOT353P 20-40 WEEKS SOD123F 30 WEEKS DHVQFN14/16/20/24 from 12 to 24 weeks – DFN PACKAGES 20 weeks – SOD 323 26 WEEKS – SOT 223 40 WEEKS – DSN PACKAFES 20 WEEKS

 

ON Semiconductor

20-40

Increasing

SMA 23-40 WEEKS – SMB 23-40 WEEKS – SMC 28-33 WEEKS – SOT 23 COPPER 20-45 WEEKS – SOT 89 16-30 WEEKS – SOT223 40 WEEKS – TO220 16-22 WEEKS – SOD 923 18-22 WEEKS – SOIC-8-14-16 20-30 WEEKS – SOD123 COPPER 20-30 WEEKS – SOD 323 DPAK 20-30 WEEKS – DFN PACK 20-52 WEEKS – SC 70 18-30 WEEKS

 

Fairchild

16-45

Increasing

 

 

Switching Diodes

Diodes Inc

12-22

Increasing

 

 

Fairchild

16-45

Increasing

 

 

ON Semiconductor

16-40

Increasing

SMA 23-40 WEEKS – SMB 23-40 WEEKS – SMC 28-33 WEEKS – SOT 23 COPPER 20-45 WEEKS – SOT 89 16-30 WEEKS – SOT223 40 WEEKS – TO220 16-22 WEEKS – SOD 923 18-22 WEEKS – SOIC-8-14-16 20-30 WEEKS – SOD123 COPPER 20-30 WEEKS – SOD 323 DPAK 20-30 WEEKS – DFN PACK 20-52 WEEKS – SC 70 18-30 WEEKS

 

Nexperia

20-40

Increasing

SOT23SD/DD from 20 to 45 weeks - SOD523 from 40 weeks - - SOT 89 40 WEEKS - SOT323SD/DD from 40 weeks SOT363 from 30 to 40 weeks SOT353P 20-40 WEEKS SOD123F 30 WEEKS DHVQFN14/16/20/24 from 12 to 24 weeks – DFN PACKAGES 20 weeks – SOD 323 26 WEEKS – SOT 223 40 WEEKS – DSN PACKAFES 20 WEEKS

 

Zener Diodes

Diodes Inc

12-22

Increasing

 

 

Fairchild

10-30

Increasing

 

 

Nexperia

6-40

Increasing

SOT23SD/DD from 20 to 45 weeks - SOD523 from 40 weeks - - SOT 89 40 WEEKS - SOT323SD/DD from 40 weeks SOT363 from 30 to 40 weeks SOT353P 20-40 WEEKS SOD123F 30 WEEKS DHVQFN14/16/20/24 from 12 to 24 weeks – DFN PACKAGES 20 weeks – SOD 323 26 WEEKS – SOT 223 40 WEEKS – DSN PACKAFES 20 WEEKS

 

ON Semiconductor

12-40

Increasing

SMA 23-40 WEEKS – SMB 23-40 WEEKS – SMC 28-33 WEEKS – SOT 23 COPPER 20-45 WEEKS – SOT 89 16-30 WEEKS – SOT223 40 WEEKS – TO220 16-22 WEEKS – SOD 923 18-22 WEEKS – SOIC-8-14-16 20-30 WEEKS – SOD123 COPPER 20-30 WEEKS – SOD 323 DPAK 20-30 WEEKS – DFN PACK 20-52 WEEKS – SC 70 18-30 WEEKS

 

Vishay

12-44

Increasing

SMA SMB - 28-44 WEEKS

 

Bridge Rectifiers

Diodes Inc

16-30

Increasing

DFxx series 25-30 weeks, KBPxx series 21-25 weeks.

 

Fairchild

12-42

Increasing

 

 

Vishay

19-45

Increasing

 

 

General Purpose Transistors

Diodes Inc

12-22

Increasing

 

 

Fairchild

10-40

Increasing

 

 

Nexperia

13-40

Increasing

SOT23SD/DD from 20 to 45 weeks - SOD523 from 40 weeks - - SOT 89 40 WEEKS - SOT323SD/DD from 40 weeks SOT363 from 30 to 40 weeks SOT353P 20-40 WEEKS SOD123F 30 WEEKS DHVQFN14/16/20/24 from 12 to 24 weeks – DFN PACKAGES 20 weeks – SOD 323 26 WEEKS – SOT 223 40 WEEKS – DSN PACKAFES 20 WEEKS

 

ON Semiconductor

12-40

Increasing

SMA 23-40 WEEKS – SMB 23-40 WEEKS – SMC 28-33 WEEKS – SOT 23 COPPER 20-45 WEEKS – SOT 89 16-30 WEEKS – SOT223 40 WEEKS – TO220 16-22 WEEKS – SOD 923 18-22 WEEKS – SOIC-8-14-16 20-30 WEEKS – SOD123 COPPER 20-30 WEEKS – SOD 323 DPAK 20-30 WEEKS – DFN PACK 20-52 WEEKS – SC 70 18-30 WEEKS

 

Rohm Semiconductor

10-60

Increasing

The following packages have been extended to 40 weeks CPT - TSMT356 - TSMT36M - TSMT8 - TSMT8M - SOP8 - UMD2M - USM - EMD2M - EMD2 - TUSH/TUMD2S - PMDU - PMDUM – PSM – PMDS - SSOP5 - SSOP6

 

PASSIVES

 

Trimmers & Pots

BI Tech

8-12

Stable

 

 

Piher

10-14

Stable

 

 

Panasonic

14-16

Decreasing

Pots will be EOL by the end of 2017

 

Vishay

10-14

Stable

 

 

Electrolytic

NIC Components

18-20

Increasing

Leadtimes pushed out. Some pricing has been increased. Pushouts some cases 40 weeks

 

Nichion

18-28

Stable

SMD 10x10,8x10,6.3x7.7 Leadtimes coming down now between 18-24, Snap-in still 28-30, price increases happening

 

Surge

14-19

Increasing

Lead-times pushing out closing on 20 weeks on some products

 

Panasonic

14-18

Decreasing

Some SMD dropping from 18 to 16 weeks. Some price increases.

 

United Chemicon

16-20

Increasing

Leadtimes increasing the 18-20 weeks

 

Capacitors - Tantalum

AVX

20-28

Increasing

Long lead-times across all case sizes

 

Vishay

15-20

Increasing

Lead-times extending on small case sizes A & B

 

Leaded Capacitors - Ceramic

AVX

18-20

Stable

 

 

Murata

18-20

Stable

A lot of parts EOL'd

 

Vishay

12-16

Stable

 

 

NIC Components

14-18

Increasing

 

 

TDK

14-20

Increasing

 

 

Surface Mount General Capacitors – Ceramic

AVX

24+

Increasing

Automotive Specs Sold Out, Allocation on 44 series of parts. Controlled order entry on long list of parts

 

Murata

20-38+

Increasing

Controlled order entry on a long list of parts, mostly large case sizes. EOL notification on many parts

 

Samsung

24+

Increasing

Lead times under pressure, price increases in Q1 2018

 

TDK

24+

Increasing

On severe allocation

 

Taiyo Yuden

30+

Increasing

On severe allocation

 

NIC Components

24+

Increasing

 

 

Yageo

38+

Increasing

Price increase in Q1 2018, Controlled order entry on long list of parts

 

Walsin

40+

Increasing

 

 

Vishay

16+

Stable

 

 


Hope this greeting find you well. ~!~

Kingtronics closes on Mar.30th-Apr. 02nd for Easter, Apr. 05th for Tomb Sweeping Day.  

Never hesitate to inform us if anything we can help. ^&^

Kingtronics complete production lines: 

DIP and SMD Tact Switches

Active components:

Bridge RectifiersDiodes & Transistors

Axial and SMD Gas Tube Surge Arresters

Passive components:

Aluminum Elec. Capacitors

Radial/Axial Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors and Tantalum Capacitors

SMD 3mm Ceramic Trimmer Capacitor

Trimming Potentiometers

Quartz Crystals and Oscillators

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.”

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/

 

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".

DTDS is a leading and mainstream Distribution Company in the field of Electronic Components. Incorporated in 2001 and headquartered in Singapore, it has a full-fledged office with sales, marketing, operations and finance team to support channel partners in fulfilling their customer orders. DTDS specializes in the design and development of end solutions to support all Key Segments of Electronic Manufacturing Arena.

We have been beginning to contact with each other from 2016 Feb, business increase very quickly from trimmer potentiometers to aluminum electrolytic capacitor, SMD ceramic capacitors, diode rectifier.
They are kind of customers who could accept same prices level as our European buyers, always give us positive feedback after quotation & samples evaluation. We enjoy a lot working with them.

Sincerely wish Dragon could benefit more from our cooperation, let us work harder and closer to get more market share together !

Supplier Company: Kingtronics International Company         www.kingtronics.com
ISO 9001: 2008 manufacturer, 2 factories, ISO & UL & SGS certified.

Spring, it is a season for feeling the warmth of the sun, smelling the fresh air, seeing the green grass and flowers.

Tomb-sweeping Day is coming ! It is a time for remembering loved ones who have departed and visiting graves. In ancient China, besides sweeping tombs, people would get together for outing to enjoy the charming Spring during these days ! The most popular activities are swinging, kite-flying, pushing-and-pulling, gamecocking and so on. 

In modern times, people prefer to traveling in this season ! 
The Lijiang Liver in Guilin City is one of the best choices ! It is famous for its unique beauty of four characteristics: verdant mountains, crystal-clear water, mysterious caves, and exquisite rocks. At the rainy season, the river is shrouded with mist, the hills look more graceful when covered with such a fine veil...

Supplier Company: Kingtronics International Company         www.kingtronics.com
ISO 9001: 2008 manufacturer, 2 factories, ISO & UL & SGS certified. 

Here is a piece of good news! Kt Kingtronics is planning to attend Russia Chip EXPO 2017. By this chance, we will bring our professional technical support and valued information, showing you Kt Kingtronics strengths and best side. We expect to have a meet with you for further talks and discussions in our booth.

The exhibition "ChipEXPO - 2017" will be held 31.10 - 02.11.2017 in the "Expocentre" in Pavilion "Forum". You can visit website on http://www.chipexpo.ru/en for more details.

Kt Kingtronics will update our information online in time. If you have any questions or any good suggestions for this exhibition, please feel free to contact us. 

Good day dear valued customers, 

How are you? 
Are you looking for any cost down or hard finding electronic components?

Welcome send your inquiry or bom list to us, we would like to do best to check and quote for you.

Our products variety and can cross famous brands, including: 
Bridge RectifiersDiodeTrimming PotentiometersElectrolytic Capacitor , 
MLCC CapacitorsTantalum CapacitorsQuartz Crystals and Oscillators.

Here we list some cross part numbers for your reference, welcome your inquiry.

Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor

Kingtronics offers

NICHICON (AMERICA) P/N

Panasonic  P/N

UNITED CHEMI-CON, 
INC. P/N

GKT-GT,100uF, 25V +/-20%, 6.3*11mm,            P: 2.5mm,105°C

UHD1E101MED1TD

EEUFM1E101H

EKZE250ETD101MF11D

GKT-GT,1000uF, 25V +/-20%, 10*21mm,
P: 5mm,105°C

UPW1E102MHD1TO

EEUFC1E102B

ELXZ250ETE102MK20S

GKT-GS,2.2uF, 250V +/-20%, 6.3*11mm,
P:2.5mm,85°C

 

ECA-2EM2R2 

 

GKT-ST,150uF, 450V +/-20%, 22*40mm,
P:10mm,105°C

LGL2W151MELZ30

 

EKMW451VSN151MP30S

GKT-ST,100uF, 450V+/-20%, 25*30mm,
P:10mm,105°C

 

ECOS2WB101CA

EKMH451VSN101MQ30S

 

HKT--High voltage multilayer chip ceramic capacitor

Kingtronics offers

SPC Multicomp P/N

Kemet   P/N

Johanson Dielectrics P/N

0.1uF,200V +/-10%,X7R,1206, Tape&Reel RoHS

MC1206B104K201CT

   

0.1uF,100V +/-10%,X7R,1206, Tape&Reel RoHS

 

C1206C104K1RACAUTO

 

0.47uF,250V +/-10%,X7R,1812, Tape&Reel RoHS

   

251S43W474KV4E

Contact us

Tel: (86) 769 8118 8110
Tel: (852) 8106 7033
Fax: (852) 8106 7099
E-mail: info@kingtronics.com
Skype: kingtronics.sales
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Web: www.Kingtronics.com

About

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.

Tantalum and Ceramic Capacitors Cross Reference ↓ Download
Diodes & Rectifiers List(PDF: 97KB) ↓ Download
Trimming Potentiometer Cross Reference ↓Download

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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