RS expands Panasonic stock to 10,000 lines

RS Components is now stocking more than 10,000 product lines for industrial applications from Panasonic Electronic Components. The range includes the AN30/32xx advanced drivers for LED matrix and LED lighting applications and the new series of ENW8981xx Bluetooth HCI Class 1 modem modules. A comprehensive range of semiconductors and passive components, including capacitors, resistors and inductors, is also available, targeted at the industrial sector.

“The expansion of the Panasonic electronic components range available from RS to more than 10,000 lines is a significant milestone that supports our ongoing strategy to increase our electronics offering,” said Fred Knowles, Head of Product Management – Electronics at RS. “Design engineers are under increasing pressure to bring products to market more quickly, so fast and easy access to the widest possible range of technologies from leading global suppliers such as Panasonic is paramount, enabling our customers to find, design-in and buy the components they need for their application.”

Ian Needham, Key Account Manager – Distribution, at Panasonic added, “RS has many important strengths as a multi-channel distributor, not least in its commitment to the new product introduction process. Its ability to stock a virtually unlimited range of electronics products designed for use in industrial applications from Panasonic, and offer them for same-day despatch, is extremely valuable to our business and means shorter design cycles and faster time-to-market for our customers. Our partnership with RS enables us to deliver exceptional choice, support and service excellence.”

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