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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!

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The previous blog post entitled: Ask the Product Manager: Are real rock crystals used for production of oscillating quartz crystals? covered the initial stages in the production of these small clocks. Quartz is artificially grown in autoclaves, reaching a weight of several kilos. From this point, however, we are still a few production stages away

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There are various certifications that are relevant when dealing with batteries. On the one hand, this includes the UN38.3 transport test, which concerns the transport safety of lithium batteries. This test is a must as soon as batteries are shipped. On the other hand, there are certifications that, although not mandatory, confirm the safety of

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SiO2 – this is the chemical name of the base material for oscillating quartz crystals. The formula shows that it is composed of only two elements: silicon and oxygen. We also find SiO2 in its crystalline form in the nature: as natural rock crystals. Here, the question arises: Are real rock crystals used for production

The topic of permanent development has a high priority at Jauch. Not only with regard to our products and services, but also internally we are continuously working on it. During the last months, as an example, we have further developed the Logistics department (Incoming Goods, Warehouse and Shipping) and implemented new working methods and processes.

In the consumer sector, the decision for the right battery is made quickly. There are standard batteries which fit in consumer applications. However, in the industrial or medical technology sector, the situation is different. For these applications, “off-the-shelf” batteries are often not suitable. There are special requirements concerning safety or space. The solution: individually developed

The topic of component shortage is omnipresent. Nowadays, almost every electronic component is affected. The reasons? There are various of them and they include supply problems, as well as, correspondingly, the availability of the components. Others can be traced back to digitization, resulting in an increased number of final products and, due to this, a

Nowadays, Christmas without quartz crystals is unimaginable! Why? Even the modern time switches for outdoor lighting need a quartz to have an accurate time base. Also, a lot of our gifts are based on state-of-the-art electronics. Cell phones, smartwatches, PCs – they all need highly accurate frequency giving components to communicate with each other. Without

When developing battery packs, the question arises as to which safety system the pack should be equipped with. Is a Protection Circuit Module (PCM) sufficient? Or should a Battery Management System (BMS) be integrated? What are the differences between the mechanisms? And what advantages and functions does which protection mechanism offer? The answer here, as

Header UN 38.3 test

There are various certifications that are relevant when dealing with batteries. On the one hand, this includes the UN38.3 transport test, which concerns the transport safety of lithium batteries. This test is a must as soon as batteries are shipped. On the other hand, there are certifications that, although not mandatory, confirm the safety of

In the consumer sector, the decision for the right battery is made quickly. There are standard batteries which fit in consumer applications. However, in the industrial or medical technology sector, the situation is different. For these applications, “off-the-shelf” batteries are often not suitable. There are special requirements concerning safety or space. The solution: individually developed

When developing battery packs, the question arises as to which safety system the pack should be equipped with. Is a Protection Circuit Module (PCM) sufficient? Or should a Battery Management System (BMS) be integrated? What are the differences between the mechanisms? And what advantages and functions does which protection mechanism offer? The answer here, as

Charging Process: Lithium-batteries are charged with constant current until a voltage of 4.2 V is reached at the cells. Next, the voltage is kept constant, and charging continues for a certain time. The charger then switches off further charging either after a preset time or when a minimum current is reached. In the rare event

What special features are there to consider when designing-in a lithium polymer cell? An important point, according to battery expert Dr Jürgen Heydecke, is certainly the so-called “swelling”, the natural swelling of a lithium polymer cell in a fully charged state and over cycles. A fully charged cell is thicker than a discharged one. During

Ein Feuerwerhmann benutzt eine Wärmebildkamera. Im Hintergrund ist ein Feuerwehrauto zu sehen und es sprühen Funken

Everybody knows the emergency number for the fire department. And probably everyone hopes they are never forced to dial it. But in fact, this happens more often than you might think. This is shown by current statistics from the German Fire Brigade Association. According to these, the fire department was called out around 700 times

Electronic Locking Cylinder

Electronic locking cylinders have long since replaced mechanical locks in many companies. Not the key, but the transponder or key card is granting access to the company building. In private homes, too, the trend is moving towards the electronic lock. Depending on the product and manufacturer, door locks can even be opened by cell phone.

Two hands hlding a tray of lithium polymer batteries

Lithium-ion and lithium-polymer batteries currently set the standards in the battery market in terms of performance, cell voltage and service life. While lithium ion batteries are thought to power the vast majority of our cars in the future, lithium polymer batteries are already supplying power to our mobile phones and laptops today. Both cell types

header picture quartz production

The previous blog post entitled: Ask the Product Manager: Are real rock crystals used for production of oscillating quartz crystals? covered the initial stages in the production of these small clocks. Quartz is artificially grown in autoclaves, reaching a weight of several kilos. From this point, however, we are still a few production stages away

Header - are real rock crystals still being used for production

SiO2 – this is the chemical name of the base material for oscillating quartz crystals. The formula shows that it is composed of only two elements: silicon and oxygen. We also find SiO2 in its crystalline form in the nature: as natural rock crystals. Here, the question arises: Are real rock crystals used for production

The topic of component shortage is omnipresent. Nowadays, almost every electronic component is affected. The reasons? There are various of them and they include supply problems, as well as, correspondingly, the availability of the components. Others can be traced back to digitization, resulting in an increased number of final products and, due to this, a

Nowadays, Christmas without quartz crystals is unimaginable! Why? Even the modern time switches for outdoor lighting need a quartz to have an accurate time base. Also, a lot of our gifts are based on state-of-the-art electronics. Cell phones, smartwatches, PCs – they all need highly accurate frequency giving components to communicate with each other. Without

Do you already know the similarity between a quartz blank and a pillow? Exactly! Both have the same shape. The so-called “bevelling” or “contouring” in the production process of quartz blanks results in the characteristic lens shape of quartz blanks. “This procedure is mainly used for ‘thicker’ blanks, which are in the low frequency range,

What you always wanted to know about quartz crystals, but didn’t dare ask until now … – Why does a quartz crystal have to be hermetically sealed? At the end of the complex production of a quartz, or rather the small quartz disc, the quartz blank, it has to be mounted in a housing that

A blender in a kitchen

“If Apple made a blender, this would be it” – the British-American online news portal Mashable nailed it. When it comes to aesthetics and product design, the blender “Millo”, created by the Lithuanian start-up Millo Appliances, is very close to the great idol from Cupertino. Besides its award-winning design, the technology behind “Millo” is particularly

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TCXO: How it works and why

A TCXO is a temperature-compensated crystal oscillator that is used whenever particularly high stability within a variant temperature environment is required, i.e. when the frequency deviation of the oscillator must be minimal over its entire operating temperature range. Oscillators using AT quartz crystal plates, so called “blanks”, are the most economical solution to create a

The topic of permanent development has a high priority at Jauch. Not only with regard to our products and services, but also internally we are continuously working on it. During the last months, as an example, we have further developed the Logistics department (Incoming Goods, Warehouse and Shipping) and implemented new working methods and processes.

Porträtfoto Thomas Jauch

The Jauch Group has grown alongside their frequency control products and – with their early entry into the battery technology market – they are now working in two promising growth areas. “On the 65th anniversary of the company, the signs still point to further expansion,” said Managing Director Thomas Jauch. 65 years ago, Herbert Christian

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Jauch celebrates 65th birthday

65 years of Jauch – this calls for a celebration! And that’s exactly what we did last weekend at our headquarters in Villingen-Schwenningen. Around 200 guests – current and former Jauch employees with their families – did not want to miss this. After the welcome by Detlev Seiler, member of the management board, the first

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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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

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