After four years, mid-November saw the first electronica take place again live and on site in Munich. A total of 2,144 exhibitors presented their product and service portfolios—and Villingen-Schwenningen’s Jauch Quartz GmbH was one of them.
Around 70,000 visitors from 110 countries visited the halls of the leading trade fair for electronics. This clearly shows that Munich is still the place where the electronics industry comes together every two years. In 2022, electronica was once again an important platform for Jauch to present innovations in the fields of frequency control products and battery technology. The focus of a trade fair is always on personal encounters, which makes it all the more special that the Jauch booth was so well attended this year. The trade fair team can reflect on plenty of exciting encounters and robust discussions.
With respect to frequency control products, a special highlight at the Jauch Quartz GmbH booth came in the form of the new Precision (VC)TCXOs. The products feature very high frequency stability of ±50 parts per billion (ppb) and a wide temperature range of -40°C to +105°C. With the rapid growth of 5G applications over the coming years, frequency stability in particular is becoming enormously important—and frequency control products that meet these requirements are needed. The new Jauch oscillators are the first step in helping manufacturers in this regard.
There were also battery technology innovations to discover at the booth. The medium-sized company from the Black Forest is steadily expanding its own battery brand’s portfolio. Some Jauch cells were presented in greater detail in Munich, and customers and those who are interested can remain excited: The company has announced more product innovations for the coming months.
Customer applications containing Jauch products were also exhibited in Munich for the first time. Exciting user reports have been up on the Jauch Blog for quite some time, and now came the opportunity to take a closer look at the applications and the associated parts from Jauch. On display were HKK Bionics’ hand orthosis, which supports the gripping function of a paralyzed hand; the Deeper Fish Finder, a mini echo sounder for tracking fish; and Leader Photonics’ thermal imaging camera for firefighters. The company thus clearly demonstrated the areas in which its own products can be used.