New Yorker Electronics Releases New Exxelia Cubisic SLP Series of Flat-Pack Radial Lead Capacitors

NORTHVALE, New Jersey, USA – New Yorker Electronics has released the new Cubisic SLP Series of Flat Pack Electrolytic Capacitors from Exxelia. Considered by Exxelia to be a ‘game changer’, this new radial lead capacitor has twice the capacitance of any other available flat pack on the market in the exact same volume.

With operating temperatures up to 145°C, and resistance to vibrations up to 50g, Exxelia radial leaded aluminum electrolytic capacitors are mostly intended to service aviation electronics, such as in fighter aircraft, missiles, commercial aircraft and radar/laser systems. And, the new Exxelia capacitor series provides more than twice the lifetime.

According to Exxelia, engineers tackling complex designing requirements and looking for an easily integrable product will save space and gain reliability because of improved materials. Because the Cubisic SLP can resist 50G vibrations and withstand 92,000 feet altitude, it is perfectly suitable for filtering and energy storage in cockpits, actuation and power generation functions of commercial and military aircrafts.

This series offers capacitance ranges from 100μF to 68,000μF and voltages from 10V to 450V. It is designed to deliver 5,000 lifetime hours at 85°C and an operating temperature range from -55°C to +85°C. RoHS compliant configurations are also available.

Features & Benefits:

High Reliability – Passed 2000 hr and beyond life tests at +85°C
Very stable at low pressure and 25°C ( 1 torr for 100 hours)
Rapid temperature cycling (100 cycles at -55 and 85°C)
Vibration resistance (2 hours per axis at 30 or 50 g)
Electrical characterization at low and high temperatures (-55 to 85°C)
Applications:

Filtering
Energy storage
With operating temperatures up to 145°C, and resistance to vibrations up to 20g, Exxelia radial leaded aluminum electrolytic capacitors are mostly intended to service aviation electronics. New Yorker Electronics is a franchise distributor of Exxelia Dearborn of the Exxelia Group and supplies its full line of Film, Mica, Tantalum, Aluminum Electrolytics and Ceramic Capacitors as well as its EMI/RFI Filters, Magnetics, Position Sensors, Slip Rings and Rotary Joints.

Best Practices for API Development

API stands for “Application Programming Interface.” It is a set of standards, instructions, and requirements that enables a computer program to import or access data, features, and services of another program. In layman terms, APIs are a gateway for apps or software applications that allow them to communicate with each other.

The most famous and common API used by mobile developers is Facebook’s API. It is primarily used at the time of user registration. Facebook’s API gives mobile developers limited access to the profile of Facebook members. This helps mobile developers to simplify the user registration process.

Another example is the Google Maps API. It is very popular for the apps that require mapping and location services. Unlike Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn’s social APIs, Google charges for its map API if the requesting application is paid, or exceeds 100k API queries within a 24 hours period.

Integration of APIs is crucial for the mobile app development process, as it abolishes the need for creating every app program from scratch. Instead of reinventing the wheel, the development teams can utilise existing apps or platforms that allow API integration. It boosts their mobile app’s time to market and reduce the cost of development.

Terminology Used Frequently
API Key: The API key is an authentic code passed by the mobile app owner to the API requester. It is to recognize the receiver of the API.

Endpoint: The API communication happens between two software systems. One end of the channel is coined as Endpoint.

POST: It is an HTTP method to build resources using the REST ful API.

JSON: JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a data format used for request parameters and response body.

GET: GET is the HTTP method of obtaining resources from RESTful API.

OAuth: It is an open standard authorisation framework to access from the user’s side without sharing the credentials.

Latency: Latency is the time taken by an API from request to response.

Rate-limiting: It is the process of limiting the number of requests a user can make on the API.

API Throttling: The process of regulating API usages by the users is termed API throttling. So, when the user crosses its daily or weekly API request limit, the server alerts the user.

REST: Representational State Transfer or REST is a type of programming architectural implementation that enhances the communication efficiency between both the endpoints. As the name itself elaborates, the REST programming shares only references of the data instead of sharing the data itself. Systems built on this architecture are denoted with ‘RESTful’ systems. The most successful example of a RESTful system is the World Wide Web.

SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol or SOAP is a protocol to share structured information on computer networks SOAP is a messaging protocol and works and XML information set for message format and application layer protocols for message negotiation and transmission.

How API Development Works?
Suppose that you are on a website to book a flight. The site asks you to fill up a form with details such as departure date, preferred time, domestic or international flight preferences etc. Right after you fill-up the form, you get the list of several flight options with details like pricing, seat availability, timings etc.. Ever wondered how it happens?

The Benefits Of A Home Loan EMI Calculator In India

A home loan calculator in India helps you to get an approximate estimate for the EMI levied on a selected property. While this may seem obvious, there are quite a few benefits connected with this online tool. Among other things, it helps users to make informed decisions and gives them a better understanding of the market. Apart from calculating the EMI, this free online tool can also come in handy in other situations as well. Let’s take a look at some of these:

First timer benefit: As a first time house owner, you will have certain expectations when it comes to your home. It is difficult though to know the real estate market well enough to anticipate important decisions concerning your home and home loan. The type of property, location as well as the number of rooms will affect the cost of the same. Whether your dream home is a duplex in the city or an apartment in the suburbs, a good EMI calculator for home loan can help you to estimate the area of the house based on the EMI you can manage every month. With EMI calculations made in advance, it will be easy for you to know whether to hunt for a 1 BHK in SoBo or a 3 BHK in Noida. Most financial experts advise to opt for home loan EMI which is approximately 20 to 30 percent of your total income. Factoring this makes it easier to calculate the EMI and find the most suitable property.

Ease of access: Available as a free tool online, a home loan calculator is available around the clock. But what else can you do? Most calculators help you to check the rates of various properties for possible loan tenures and offer a standard home loan interest rate. There are other EMI calculators that will allow you to enter the interest rate that you are comfortable with. It is important to understand that several finance companies offer different rates. A borrower, who has a good track record of loan returns, can find that the interest rate is negotiable as well. Keeping this in mind, it makes sense to identify the right combination of interest rate and loan term while undertaking your calculations.

Insights: Some calculators will also help you to understand how to customize your loan to suit your financial needs. For example, it is understood that extending the loan term for a longer period of time will lower the EMIs. That, however, means that much of your payment will be used to pay off the interest rate, with relatively little going to the principal amount. A home loan EMI calculator will help you to get a better estimate on how much you will have to pay while enabling you to make informed decisions.

These online tools come with a few limitations, though. An EMI calculator may not be enough to understand the impact of the fixed and floating interest rates in India. It will also be unable to calculate the EMIs for customized repayment schemes. It is advisable, thus, to take these rough estimates as a basic guideline to help you to select the right property, loan term and EMI.