New Dual N-Channel 6A/20V MOSFET is designed for LIB Charging and Discharging Switches

NORTHVALE, New Jersey, USA – New Yorker Electronics has announced its availability of the new Good-Ark Semiconductor SSF2418E 6A/20V Dual N-Channel MOSFET with ESD protection in the SOT-23-6L package. The Good-Ark SSF2418E utilizes the latest trench technologies and advance process techniques to achieve excellent RDS(ON), low gate charge and a high repetitive avalanche rating.

Equipped with ESD protection up to 2KV, this Halogen-free device is suitable for use as a unidirectional or bidirectional load switch, facilitated by its common drain configuration. Used in DC-DC conversion, load switching and battery protection, additional benefits include its high energy efficiency, fast switch speed and low input and output leakage. It is also available in the TSSOP-8 package.

Features & Benefits:

Advanced trench MOSFET process technology
Ultra low on-resistance with low gate charge
Fast switching and reverse body recovery
150°C operating temperature
Lead free product
Applications:

PWM
Load Switching
General Purpose
Good-Ark, one of the largest diode, rectifier and bridge rectifier manufacturers in the world, has been certified in Quality: ISO9001: 2008, Automotive: ISO/TS16949, Environment: ISO14001 & QC080000, Health & Safety: OHSAS18001 and Information Security: ISO/IEC27001.

As a franchise distributor of Good-Ark Semiconductor, New Yorker Electronics supplies its full line of Semiconductor Diodes, Rectifiers, Bridge Rectifiers, Protection devices (TVS, Chip Fuse & Thermistor) and MOSFETs (Small Signal & Power MOSFETs supported by Trench Technology) in through-hole to surface-mount devices as well as wafer/bare die for hybrid applications.

What is a crypto launchpad, and how does it work?

A crypto launchpad, also known as a token launch platform or initial DEX offering (IDO) platform, is a platform or service within the cryptocurrency and blockchain space that facilitates the launch of new cryptocurrencies or tokens. These platforms have gained popularity as a means for cryptocurrency projects to raise funds, distribute their tokens, and gain exposure in the crypto market.

Here are some key aspects of a crypto launchpad:
Token Launch: Crypto launchpad development provide a platform for cryptocurrency projects to launch their tokens. This typically involves creating and deploying smart contracts on a blockchain platform like Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain.

Fundraising: Launchpads enable cryptocurrency projects to raise capital by selling a portion of their tokens to investors. Investors can participate in token sales by contributing cryptocurrencies like Ethereum or Binance Coin (or the native token of the launchpad platform).

Token Distribution: After a successful token sale, launchpads often handle the distribution of tokens to investors. This process ensures that tokens are allocated to the participants according to the terms of the sale.

Liquidity Provision: Some launchpads offer liquidity provision services, where they help projects list their tokens on decentralized exchanges (DEXs) like Uniswap or PancakeSwap. This ensures that the newly launched tokens can be traded easily in the secondary market.

KYC/AML Compliance: Many launchpads implement Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checks to comply with regulatory requirements in certain jurisdictions. This helps ensure that token sales are conducted in a compliant manner.

Community Building: Crypto launchpads often have established communities of crypto enthusiasts and investors. They leverage these communities to promote and support the projects they launch.

Staking and Governance: Some launchpads incorporate staking mechanisms or governance features for their native tokens, allowing token holders to participate in decision-making processes related to the launchpad’s operations.

Popular examples of crypto launchpads include Binance Launchpad, Polka starter, Duck DAO, and Trust Swap, among others. It’s important to note that the cryptocurrency market can be highly speculative and risky, and investing in projects launched through launchpads carries its own set of risks. Due diligence is essential before participating in any token sale or investment in the crypto space. Additionally, regulatory considerations may vary depending on your jurisdiction, so it’s advisable to consult with legal and financial experts if you are considering participating in crypto launchpad activities.

How crypto launchpad does it work?
A crypto launchpad operates as a platform or service that helps cryptocurrency projects launch their tokens and raise funds from the crypto community. Here’s a general overview of how a crypto launchpad typically works:

Project Application: Cryptocurrency projects interested in launching their tokens on a launchpad usually apply for consideration. The launchpad team reviews these applications to assess the project’s viability, team, technology, and other factors.

Selection Process: Launchpad teams may select projects based on various criteria, including the potential for success, innovation, community support, and adherence to regulatory requirements.

Token Creation: If a project is accepted, the launchpad assists in the creation and deployment of the project’s tokens. This often involves creating smart contracts on a blockchain technology, such as Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain.

Fundraising Structure: The launchpad and the project team determine the fundraising structure. This includes details such as the total supply of tokens, the allocation for the public sale, private sale, team, advisors, and community incentives.

Token Sale Phases: Launchpads typically organize different phases of token sales to different groups of investors:

Private Sale: Reserved for early investors, venture capitalists, or strategic partners. These participants often get tokens at a lower price than in the public sale.

Public Sale: Open to the general public. Anyone can participate, but there may be limitations on the amount of tokens each person can purchase.

Seed Sale: A special sale phase that may precede the private sale, offering tokens to a select group of early supporters.

Fundraising: Investors interested in participating in the token sale send cryptocurrency (e.g., Ethereum or Binance Coin) to the launchpad’s smart contract. In return, they receive the project’s tokens based on the terms of the sale.

Token Distribution: After the token sale is completed, the launchpad handles the distribution of tokens to investors, ensuring they receive the tokens they purchased.

Listing on Exchanges: Some launchpads help the project get listed on decentralized exchanges (DEXs) or centralized exchanges (CEXs) to provide liquidity and make the tokens tradable in the secondary market.

Community Engagement: Launchpads often have established communities of crypto enthusiasts and investors. They use these communities to promote the project, generate interest, and provide ongoing support.

Governance and Staking (Optional): Some launchpads have native tokens that come with governance and staking features. Token holders may be able to participate in decision-making processes related to the launchpad’s operations and earn rewards through staking.

It’s important to note that the specifics of how a crypto launchpad operates can vary from platform to platform. Additionally, regulatory considerations and compliance requirements may differ depending on the jurisdiction and the launchpad’s policies. As such, it’s crucial for both project teams and investors to thoroughly research and understand the terms and conditions of the launchpad and comply with any legal and regulatory requirements in their region.

Exxelia Releases Revolutionary new Miniature Micro-Layer Capacitors

NORTHVALE, New Jersey, USA – New Yorker Electronics has announced the availability of the new Exxelia Miniature Micro-Layer (MML) film capacitors, a product Exxelia calls a breakthrough technology that allows tremendous size and weight reduction thanks to its high energy density.

According to Exxelia, the new MML line boasts an unparalleled energy density of 400 J/dm3. It allows for a substantial size/weight reduction compared to traditional Polypropylene or Polyester dielectrics, with an increased operating temperature up to 140°C and transient voltage protection.

Exxelia MML capacitors therefore offer a large flexibility in design by easily allowing low profile configurations. Several studies have been conducted on actual cases of controls and DC-Links functions for aircraft applications. All have shown about 50-percent reduction in size and weight compared to other film technologies.

The comparative picture with MLCC is even more flattering, as it demonstrates between 70% to 90% reduction in weight, while showing no capacitance derating with voltage applied and a low drift < 5% through the temperature range. Applications using clusters of stacked MLCCs can now be replaced by a single MML unit of similar size, with all the increased reliability that film dielectric offers.

With such remarkable properties, Exxelia’s new MML capacitors are perfectly suitable for power supplies, DC-links, AC/DC/AC power converters, charge/discharge or power generation functions of commercial/military aircraft, satellite platforms and payloads, launchers, defibrillators, downhole tools and any applications of confined electronics.

Features & Benefits:

Up to 50% size reduction vs other film technologies
Lightweight : 80 to 90% lighter than ceramic
No capacitance derating in voltage
Capacitance from 1μF to 1000μF
Voltages from 50V to 1000V
Operating Temperature -55°C to +140°C
Highly customizable
Applications:

Commercial/Military Aircraft
Satellite Platforms and Payloads
Launchers
Defibrillators
Downhole Tools
Samples are readily available from New Yorker Electronics upon request. New Yorker Electronics supplies Exxelia Film, Mica, Tantalum, Aluminum Electrolytics and Ceramic Capacitors as well as its EMI/RFI Filters, Magnetics, Position Sensors, Slip Rings and Rotary Joints.