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Mouser adds HEV pages to its website

17 Sep 2013

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Mouser Electronics has added new sections on emerging electric vehicle and hybrid electric vehicle designs at its Automotive Applications website. Users can learn more about HEV battery charging, start/stop technology and main inverters through the site's new features.

The pages contain detailed block diagrams, explaining each of the system's operations. Clicking on a component within the block in the diagram pulls up a Mouser-stocked parts list needed to quickly build that piece of the system. Mouser Electronics' Automotive Applications site also boasts technical articles, application notes, white papers, instructional videos, solution guides, and more.

As Hybrid Electric Vehicles generate more and more consumer interest, they have become increasingly popular design platforms for OEM and aftermarket electronics manufacturers. To serve these increasing numbers of engineers entering the EV/HEV field, Mouser Electronics is ready to educate these engineers by showcasing the newest designs built with the latest components.

Mouser Electronics' website is updated daily and searches more than 10 million products to locate over 4 million orderable part numbers available for easy online purchase. also houses an industry-first interactive catalogue, data sheets, supplier-specific reference designs, application notes, technical design information, and engineering tools.

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