RECOM Power and Richardson RFPD Team-Up for Global Distribution
Richardson RFPD announced it has entered into a global distribution agreement with RECOM Power, Inc., a leading provider of DC/DC and AC/DC converter modules, switching regulators, and constant current LED drivers. A high-quality manufacturer for more than 35 years, RECOM’s DC/DC converter modules are used by power electronics design engineers around the world.
“With this agreement, we continue to expand our global reach with a distributor that is committed to the OEM design-in process in all energy and power markets,” said Christoph Wolf, RECOM Power Senior Executive Vice-President. “The field sales engineers at Richardson RFPD are considered to be among the best in the industry, with a key focus on high power electronics applications. Richardson RFPD has a reputation for in-depth application knowledge, full design support, and a bias toward action on behalf of their customers.”
Over the past two decades, it has become common practice for OEMs to purchase DC/DC converters as a finished module, instead of designing each converter circuit themselves. This trend also applies to all segments of the electronics industry, including industrial automation, transportation engineering, telecommunications, data technology, measurement technology, and medical electronics.
Kevin Connor, Richardson RFPD vice president of the Energy, Power & Interconnect responded: “Recently, our customers started requesting additional help with DC/DC converters, LED driver modules, and other key building block solutions for high-power inverter applications. We sought a key addition to our already substantial product offering in order to best meet these needs.” Connor further added, “RECOM’s dedication to design excellence, product availability and quality manufacturing fills an important gap, improving time-to-market and increasing system performance and reliability for our OEM customers.”
More information is available online at www.richardsonrfpd.com.
Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor
December 14, 2011