Electronic Concepts was incorporated in June of 1969 for the purpose of participating in the specialty film capacitor segment of the electronics industry. Since then, Electronic Concepts has grown to be a recognized and respected name in the field. Through engineering innovation and expertise, production flexibility, and service, Electronic Concepts has become a major supplier in such high technology areas as Avionics, Medical Electronics, General Instrumentation, Military Electronics, Telecommunications, and others.
The manufacturing facilities consists of 64,000 square feet in Eatontown, New Jersey USA, established in 1971, and 20,000 square feet in Galway Ireland, established in 1982.
A major factor in the growth and success of Electronic Concepts has been its leadership role in the area of new technology. The company has made a continuing commitment in this area which is evidenced by many patents. We have addressed the changing needs of the industry. This effort is evidenced by the following innovative products:
Type ECR capacitor: this capacitor is the physically smallest film capacitor in the industry. It is the same size as the ceramic CK05.
Type HECR capacitor: This is a hermetically sealed version of the ECR, suitable for more stringent applications. Both the ECR and HECR capacitors are qualified to military specifications.
Type 5MC capacitor: This Capacitor type directly addresses the requirements of the switch-mode power supply industry, especially in view of the new, higher frequency technology being utilized in recent design.
Type MP80 and MP88 capacitors: These are Snubber Capacitors especially designed for protecting IGBT's used in inverters and chargers in electric vehicles.
Unlytics: These are characterized by high energy density and are used in such applications as defibrillators.
In order to support our continuing technical advances, Electronic Concepts employs a staff of engineers whose total film capacitor experience is in excess of 100 years. These engineers, in addition to keeping abreast of industry trends, are in frequent contact with customers to address their current, specific requirements.
Complimenting the technical innovativeness, a total commitment to customer service has also been made in areas of quality, on-time delivery, and responsiveness. – less–ZoomInfo