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Würth Elektronik at PCIM 2022

Würth Elektronik, manufacturer of electronic and electromechanical components, will be exhibiting at PCIM, May 10-12, 2022 (Nuremberg Convention Center, NCC, Hall 6, Booth 402). In keeping with the focus of the event, the manufacturer will be presenting its power electronics highlights. Würth Elektronik employees will also participate with two presentations at the trade show conference.

With 500 exhibitors from around 30 countries, PCIM (Power Conversion Intelligent Motion) Europe is the pioneering international trade show and conference for power electronics, intelligent drive technology, renewable energy and energy management. Participation is possible in person or online.

"For the first time since the outbreak of the pandemic, we will be represented live at a major trade fair in Germany," Alexander Gerfer, CTO at the Würth Elektronik eiSos Group is delighted to announce. "The power electronics elite gathers in Nuremberg. This exhibition is the ideal platform for us to present our product portfolio and meet our customers.”

Plenty of time to chat

Technical specialists at the booth will provide plenty of opportunities for in-depth discussions. Not only visitors stand to profit. “It’s also important for us to keep our ears open and pick up ideas from our customers' practical experience," Gerfer stresses. "We see ourselves as technology enablers." Which is why Würth Elektronik's products are available from stock in any quantities and without minimum order quantities. There are also free samples for most products, which are delivered in 1-2 days.

Interesting contributions

Würth Elektronik supports PCIM with its Silver Partnership. Another highlight: Product experts will participate at the trade show conference with the following presentations (May 11, 2022, 3.00 to 5.00 pm):

• Antonio Alccaria: Study of Combined Solutions for Thermal Management and Electromagnetic Shielding: Shielding Cabinets, EMI Absorbers and Thermal Gap Fillers

• Christian Merz: Mathematical Model of the Temperature Rise of a Wireless Power Transfer Coil in DC Operation