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Vishay Intertechnology to Showcase Latest Industry-Leading Technologies at 2014 CEF Summer Chengdu Show

Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. (NYSE: VSH) today announced its technology line-up for the 2014 CEF (China Electronics Fair) Summer Chengdu show, taking place July 10-12 at the Chengdu Century City New International Convention and Exhibition Center. In hall 3, booth A21A, the company will be highlighting its latest industry-leading innovations, including passive components, diodes, power MOSFETs, power ICs, and optoelectronics.

At the 2014 CEF, Vishay Siliconix will be showcasing TrenchFET® Gen IV MOSFETs with maximum on-resistance down to 0.00135 Ω at a 4.5 V gate drive; 500 V, 600 V, and 650 V E Series devices for increased efficiency; and low-profile, high-power- density AEC-Q101-qualified SQ Series MOSFETs in the PowerPAK® SO8L package. Highlighted power ICs will include 2.8 V to 5.5 V buck regulators offering over 93 % efficiency in less than 180 mm2; 4.5 V to 15 V microBUCK® regulators with ultrafast transient response; 3 V to 28 V regulators with integrated TrenchFET power MOSFETs; and high-density 70 A DrMOS power stages in 5 mm by 5 mm dual-sided cooled packages.

For automotive, commercial, and telecom applications, Vishay will be highlighting diodes in a variety of low-profile packages, including 45 V to 120 V TMBS® Trench MOS Barrier Schottky rectifiers in the SMPA (DO-221BC) and SMPD (TO-263AC) packages, and FRED Pt® ultrafast recovery rectifiers in the SlimSMA (DO-221AC) and SMF (DO-219AB) packages. In addition, power modules in the EMIPAK-2B package featuring solderless pressfit technology will be on display. Vishay will also be featuring optoelectronics products such as white high-brightness, high-power LED modules; high-brightness 0402 and 0603 ChipLEDs; SMD LEDs in the PLCC2 package; and fully integrated proximity and ambient light sensors.

Passive components from Vishay will consist of a wide variety of the company’s latest capacitors and resistors. Highlighted resistors will include Vishay Dale Power Metal Strip® battery shunt resistors with molded enclosures; Vishay Draloric AEC-Q200-qualified thick film chip resistors with long side terminations and enhanced thermo cycling; the Vishay Sfernice massive electro-pyrotechnic initiator chip (MEPIC) resistor for airbags and fireworks, and AEC-Q200-qualified surface-mount thick film power resistors for DC-link applications; Vishay Dale Thin Film chip resistors and dividers with ratio tolerances as tight as 0.01 %; and Vishay MCB’s water cooled wirewound resistor.

Featured capacitors will include Vishay Vitramon AEC-Q200-qualified multilayer ceramic chip capacitors (MLCCs) with high operating temperatures to +150 °C; Vishay Sprague high-temperature solid tantalum surface-mount capacitors and AEC-Q200-qualified devices in small case sizes down to 0603; Vishay BCcomponents surface-mount aluminum capacitors with useful life up to 6,000 hours and ceramic disc safety capacitors for automotive applications; Vishay ESTA power electronic capacitors; and Vishay Roederstein polypropylene film capacitors for DC-link applications.

In addition, Vishay will be offering two demonstrations in its booth at the 2014 CEF. Vishay Siliconix will be demonstrating its SiHP22N60E 600 V E Series n-channel power MOSFET. Vishay Semiconductors will be providing a demonstration of its gesture control sensor board, which consists of the VCNL4020 proximity sensor and two VSMF2890RGX01 infrared emitters.

CEF is the leading and most comprehensive exhibition of the electronics and information industry in West China. More information is available at http://chengdu.icef.com.cn/ShowBuss.aspx?atrid=6703&listId=2805.

Vishay Intertechnology, Inc., a Fortune 1000 Company listed on the NYSE (VSH), is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of discrete semiconductors (diodes, MOSFETs, and infrared optoelectronics) and passive electronic components (resistors, inductors, and capacitors). These components are used in virtually all types of electronic devices and equipment, in the industrial, computing, automotive, consumer, telecommunications, military, aerospace, power supplies, and medical markets. Vishay’s product innovations, successful acquisition strategy, and "one-stop shop" service have made it a global industry leader. Vishay can be found on the Internet at www.vishay.com.

Power Metal Strip, TMBS, and FRED Pt are registered trademarks of Vishay Intertechnology. PowerPAK, microBUCK, and TrenchFET are trademarks of Siliconix incorporated.

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