Headquartered in Taoyuan City, Taiwan, Walsin Technology Corporation is a world leader in the development and manufacture of passive electronic components. Incorporated in 1992, the firm employs nearly 10,000 people worldwide and maintains production centers in Greater China, Japan, and Malaysia.
Ten years into its life, Walsin Technology established itself as one of the top 10 passive components suppliers in its domestic region. One of the main reasons for success is its diverse product lineup, which includes MLCCs, chip resistors, arrays, antennas, inductors, RF filters, thin-film products, modules, varistors, and chip fuses. Most of the brand’s customers operate in the automotive, IoT, industrial, lighting, personal computing, power supply, networking, renewable energy, and telecom sectors.
Another reason Walsin Technology won the business of customers from around the world is its dedication to blazing new trails. Since 2001, the company has invested 3 percent of its revenue into its research and development department. The firm prioritizes expanding its technological resources so it can design and fabricate cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and innovative products for its partners.
The firm’s WA04X152 JTL series chip resistors arrays are a prime example of its ingenuity and commitment to technological advancement. The company manufactured the line with high-grade aluminum oxide bodies to make them robust. It also outfitted them with tin terminations to make the soldering process easier. Walsin Technology made the family of components compact and lightweight to give OEMs a wider range of design possibilities. Even better, all four parts in the sequence have a resistance tolerance range of ±1 percent to ±5 percent.
Thanks to the manufacturer's dedication to making iterative improvements with each new release, its WA04X152 JTL chip resistor raise are ideal for use in consumer electronics and telecom industries.
Though Walsin Technology has found remarkable success in a short time, the company has its sights set on grander horizons.