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Rhythm and energy are the forces that move and drive the world. Our world at Jauch is particularly influenced by these impulses. Frequency control products and battery solutions determine our everyday life and give us rhythm and energy every day. Above all, our employees are the factors which make Jauch a very special company.

In our blog we will take you on a journey through our products, employees and the Jauch corporate culture to give you exciting insights behind the scenes of the Jauch Group. We look forward to sharing with you!

Lithium thionyl chloride batteries (Li/SOCl₂) belong to the lithium primary cell family. Unlike lithium ion or lithium polymer batteries, these cells cannot be recharged once they have been discharged. However, due to their long lifetime, this characteristic is of little importance in everyday use. In fact, lithium thionyl chloride batteries supply power to applications for

Development of a battery-pack

A standardized battery fits into any compatible compartment – after all, that’s why standards are defined. Depending on the application, however, button cells and cylindrical batteries reach their limits. A Smartwatch, for example, has a significantly higher energy consumption than an ordinary wristwatch. A simple button cell is therefore far from sufficient to cover the

Like many things that have their roots in the Black Forest, the Jauch Quartz success story begins with clocks and watches: one of the biggest hits of the 1950s, along with wrist watches and longcase clocks, was the alarm clock in a metal case. After all, no one wanted to miss out on the economic

Jauch Quartz at Villingen City Run

Last Sunday, the City Run Villingen took place for the 14th time. Almost 2600 runners populated the 2.3-kilometre round through the old town of Villingen. Jauch also participated with 14 runners who were busy doing their laps in optimal running weather. Inspired by the cheering and the live music at the edge of the track,

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Natur-Quartz vor dunklem Hintergrund

Whether medical technology, telecommunications or consumer electronics, quartz crystals have established themselves as a precise frequency generator in all industries. When energized, the thin quartz disc oscillates at a steady rate and thus determines the heartbeat of the application. While this sounds simple, the matter is quite complex because quartz blanks are not all the

cargo plane at takeoff

Anyone who has ever dealt with lithium batteries knows the demanding process for transportation. Lithium cells and batteries are classified as dangerous goods class 9 and thus are on a par with liquid nitrogen. The requirements for safe transport are correspondingly high. Whether by rail, road or air, the eligibility of lithium cell or battery

Smartwatch on a young woman's wrist

Right at the beginning of this article I have to make a confession: When I joined Jauch’s marketing team almost five months ago, I didn’t have the slightest idea about frequency components. I didn’t know what a quartz was, what it looked like or how it differed from an oscillator. Of course, this has now

Das Lager der Jauch Quartz GmvH in Villingen-Schwenningen

24 million quartz crystals, oscillators and MEMS components are stored at the Jauch Headquarters in Germany, on average of course! This makes the medium-sized company from the Black Forest one of the world’s largest warehouses for frequency control products. The main advantage of the large stock is speed. Often, components from Jauch’s broad portfolio are

Lithium thionyl chloride batteries (Li/SOCl₂) belong to the lithium primary cell family. Unlike lithium ion or lithium polymer batteries, these cells cannot be recharged once they have been discharged. However, due to their long lifetime, this characteristic is of little importance in everyday use. In fact, lithium thionyl chloride batteries supply power to applications for

Development of a battery-pack

A standardized battery fits into any compatible compartment – after all, that’s why standards are defined. Depending on the application, however, button cells and cylindrical batteries reach their limits. A Smartwatch, for example, has a significantly higher energy consumption than an ordinary wristwatch. A simple button cell is therefore far from sufficient to cover the

cargo plane at takeoff

Anyone who has ever dealt with lithium batteries knows the demanding process for transportation. Lithium cells and batteries are classified as dangerous goods class 9 and thus are on a par with liquid nitrogen. The requirements for safe transport are correspondingly high. Whether by rail, road or air, the eligibility of lithium cell or battery

Sortiment der Lithium-Polymer-Batterien von Jauch

One thing is for sure: lithium battery technology is currently leading the way in the field of mobile power supply. Just look in your pocket: There is no smartphone that is not powered by a lithium polymer battery. Since the Swedish mobile phone provider Ericsson launched the first mobile phone with a lithium polymer battery

Patrick Nicosia standing in front of Jauch's blistermachine for button cells

The only brand-independent blister machine for lithium button cells in Europe is located in Villingen-Schwenningen. More precisely, in the underground level of the Jauch Headquarters. “This machine was specially designed and customized for our requirements. You cannot find anything comparable in Europe,” explains Patrick Nicosia, Production Manager at Jauch, proudly pointing to the cross-shaped machine.

Grüner Frosch vor weißem Hintergrund

How It All Began: The Voltaic Pile

In the year 1800, Italian physicist Alessandro Volta presented his latest invention to the Royal Society in London. His Voltaic Pile was the first battery. For the first time, a permanent flow of electricity could be created and held over a long period; a scientific sensation that paved the way into the electric age. The

Can you still imagine living your day-to-day life without the mobile power supply that a battery provides? Our lives would be far less safe, accurate, and simple. Our phones would still be attached to a cord. The smartphones that allow us to make calls to anywhere would be inconceivable. We’d have to open the garage

Natur-Quartz vor dunklem Hintergrund

Whether medical technology, telecommunications or consumer electronics, quartz crystals have established themselves as a precise frequency generator in all industries. When energized, the thin quartz disc oscillates at a steady rate and thus determines the heartbeat of the application. While this sounds simple, the matter is quite complex because quartz blanks are not all the

Smartwatch on a young woman's wrist

Right at the beginning of this article I have to make a confession: When I joined Jauch’s marketing team almost five months ago, I didn’t have the slightest idea about frequency components. I didn’t know what a quartz was, what it looked like or how it differed from an oscillator. Of course, this has now

Christian Büchler, Head of Technical Support at Jauch Quartz Germany

Basic tone crystals with high frequencies are in great demand, especially for wireless applications in the Internet of Things industry. More and more often we find devices communicating with each other and exchanging data via radio, for example via Bluetooth, ZigBee or ISM. All these radio standards use frequency bands in the three-digit megahertz or

Sized at just a few millimeters, quartz crystals are probably ranked highest among the inconspicuous electrical components. Although hardly any electronic application could operate without these components, even engineers often see them as a minuscule detail. However, Jauch’s support of the “GreenTeam” at the University of Stuttgart demonstrates the importance of quartz crystals in the

Christian Büchler, Head of Technical Support at Jauch Quartz.

The Tuning fork crystal as is used in watches is something like the “classic” among the quartz crystals. Its frequency is always exactly 32,768 Hertz. But why this value? This question stands at the beginning of our new series “Ask the Engineer”, in which we shed light on the technical background of our frequency control

The new crystal oscillators JO22 and JO32

If you want to equip your product with an oscillator, and there is hardly an electronic application that can do without, you must define the operating voltage of your application first because oscillators are usually “calibrated” to a specific voltage value. A precise frequency requires a constant and predetermined working voltage. If deviations occur, the

Jauch Frequency Control Products

“Frequency control products have become indispensable in our daily lives. Without them, we would not be able to tell the exact time, the washing machine would not know when the laundry is ready, and in traffic, we could not safely turn left because the turn signal would not work. We are proud to be able

Like many things that have their roots in the Black Forest, the Jauch Quartz success story begins with clocks and watches: one of the biggest hits of the 1950s, along with wrist watches and longcase clocks, was the alarm clock in a metal case. After all, no one wanted to miss out on the economic

Jauch Quartz at Villingen City Run

Last Sunday, the City Run Villingen took place for the 14th time. Almost 2600 runners populated the 2.3-kilometre round through the old town of Villingen. Jauch also participated with 14 runners who were busy doing their laps in optimal running weather. Inspired by the cheering and the live music at the edge of the track,

Tagged under: , ,
Das Lager der Jauch Quartz GmvH in Villingen-Schwenningen

24 million quartz crystals, oscillators and MEMS components are stored at the Jauch Headquarters in Germany, on average of course! This makes the medium-sized company from the Black Forest one of the world’s largest warehouses for frequency control products. The main advantage of the large stock is speed. Often, components from Jauch’s broad portfolio are

Sonja Jäckle, Leiterin der Jauch-Personalabteilung

Family, international, competent, secure and active – these five values are the central guidelines for our work at Jauch. They shape our entrepreneurial thinking and actions as well as our dealings with one another. In the video below, Sonja Jäckle, Head of the Jauch Human Resources Department, explains how the Jauch values play out in

Steffen Fritz and Daniel Panzini present the Future Champion-signet

Jauch, a global market leader? This is still a distant goal, but the potential is there! At least that’s what Prof. Dr. Christoph Müller says. Müller teaches at the HBM Entrepreneurs School at the University of St. Gallen and is an expert for global market leaders among medium-sized companies. In cooperation with the German economic

Ein Herz, eine Weltkugel, ein Kopf, ein Schloss und ein Schuh symbolisieren die fünf Unternehmeswerte von Jauch

Since October 2018 the hashtag #WeAreJauch has accompanied every social media post, but what exactly does it mean? For us, #WeAreJAuch is not just a slogan. This is the embodiment of our five corporate values; defining attitudes with our customers, our partners and each other. We are Family The most important characteristic of a family

Andreas Nann und die Mitarbeiter der neuen Jauch-Niederlassung in Mexiko

A new subsidiary has been founded in the industrial area of Guadalajara in the heart of Mexico’s Silicon Valley. The first office was opened in March 2017 and the benefits of growth were immediate. The Latin American support boosted Jauch’s popularity and brought new opportunities to the table. Mexico is home to some of the

The four representatives of Jauch accept the prize on stage

Award: A “Milestone” for Jauch

The magazine “Elektronikpraxis” awards the “Milestones in Electronics” to leading companies in the electronics industry. This year, Jauch Quartz GmbH took home one of the prizes. From supplier to pioneer Rhythm and energy determine the everyday life of Jauch Quartz GmbH. Founded in 1954 as a supplier for the German Black Forest watch industry, the

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