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Follow us on LinkedIn ? Aluminum electrolytic capacitors (AECs) are the perfect choice of dielectric in the consumer A/V (audio and video) products. The demand for AECs is expected to enhance tremendously over the ensuing years, mainly due to the rising usage of inverters, and the rising demand for these capacitors in the fields of energy and environment. Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors occupy over one third of the global capacitors market place. These capacitors, with characteristics such as high capacitance per unit volume, low impedance, high reliability, long life, low cost per unit capacitance, and a low-profiled nature, are very preferred over other capacitor varieties in many industries. Aluminum electrolytic capacitors uncover use in Audio/Video devices, which consist of systems such as residence theatres and DVD players among other people in lighting applications such as crane lighting, lighted buoys, barge lights, highway maintenance, lighting for construction equipment, emergency airport lighting, and bridge lighting and in industrial power and lighting generation, which encompasses systems for generating renewable energy such as geothermal systems, solar energy systems, windmills, and wave generation systems.
The marketplace for aluminum electrolytic capacitors faced a slump in 2009, due mainly to the global recession and the subsequent fall in demand from end use markets. Nonetheless, industrial and other finish use markets, such as medical and defense, which remained unaffected by the global financial downturn, provided important growth opportunities for aluminum electrolytic capacitors throughout the global financial recessionary period. Demand for AECs, comparable to the other capacitors, rebounded tremendously in the year 2010. This led to a tight provide scenario throughout the year, as many manufacturers had curtailed production in the year 2009 in order to evade the effect of the recession. Nevertheless, with the recovery of demand in 2010, producers started adding capacity, as a result of which, component shortages started to ease, and pricing of AECs started to stabilize in 2011 at tags comparatively greater than the prior year.
As stated by the new industry analysis report on Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, Asia-Pacific continues to stay the largest regional market place. Growth in the global aluminum electrolytic capacitors marketplace would be driven by large developing countries worldwide which includes those in Asia-Pacific. Asia-Pacific is forecast to grow at a CAGR of about 10% over the analysis period. Consumer Electronics continues to be the largest finish-use market place for aluminum electrolytic capacitors. Nonetheless, growth in the market place would be spearheaded by demand from other end use markets, which comprises medical instruments, defense, space and mining instruments, and electronic applications.
The shift towards flat panel displays worldwide, and a significant growth in private computers and consumer goods, would add impetus to the aluminum capacitors demand, particularly V-chip and H-chip type, in future. Applications, such as automotives (under the hood) and industrial electronics, such as variable speed drives and inverters, welders, and electronic lighting ballasts are expected to create considerable demand for aluminum capacitors. Moreover, the upgrading of current energy grids for enhancing efficiency and addition of renewable energy systems to the existing energy generation systems is expected to surge the demand for aluminum electrolytic capacitors in the industrial segment.
Solid Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, which uses organic polymers such as polythiolene and polyprole, are expected to be a significant growth driver owing to its ability to measurably decrease ESR levels. The capacitors are lightweight and durable, exhibiting increased tolerance to greater temperature and quicker response time. Of the 3 main configurations of aluminum capacitors, lead-based AECs are the most widely used variants. Nevertheless, the chip and solid variants are expected to register faster growth in future. Leaded varieties form the mainstream of the AEC market, and are utilised across several industries, ranging from industrial equipment to consumer electronics. Meanwhile, the demand for the chip and solid variants is expected to emerge from manufacturers of ballasts, displays, and flat-panel displays.
Main players profiled in the report consist of Barker Microfarads Inc., Capacitor Industries, Cornell Dubilier Electronics Inc., DuraCap International Inc., Elna Co. Ltd., Epcos AG, Guangdong Fenghua Advanced Technology (Holding) Co. Ltd., Haimen Sancon Jetwell Electronics Co., Hitachi AIC Inc., Hitano Enterprise Corp., Illinois Capacitor Inc., Kemet Corp., Nippon Chemi-Con, Panasonic Corporation, Rubycon Corp., SamWha Electric Co. Ltd., Sun Electronic Industries Corp., Nichicon Corp., Lelon Electronics Corp., Vishay Intertechnology Inc., amongst other people.
The research report titled ?Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: A Global Strategic Company Report? announced by the Global Industry Analysts Inc., gives a comprehensive assessment of the aluminum electrolytic capacitors markets, existing marketplace trends, important growth drivers, recent product launches, recent industry activity, and profiles of major/niche global as well as regional market participants. The report gives annual sales estimates and projections for aluminum electrolytic capacitors marketplace for the years 2009 through 2017 for the following geographic markets ? North America, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Also, a six-year (2003-2008) historic analysis is supplied for further perspective. The report analyzes the aluminum electrolytic capacitors market by the following finish-use markets ? Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Computers and Peripherals, Telecommunications, Automotives, and Other people.
For much more particulars about this comprehensive market study report, please check out ? http://www.strategyr.com/Aluminum_Electrolytic_Capacitors_Market_Report.asp
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