Increasing adoption of RFI/EMI Filters in India

India Industrial Automation Industry is projected to touch INR 197 billion by 2020, mainly driven by the adoption of game changing technology and cost saving features. Increasing industrial growth in India is leading the future growth of India and subsequently driving the demand for sustainable and energy efficient products. The key factors driving the growth are innovation in information technology, increase in disposable income, rise in demand of goods and services, emergence of stronger middle class and others.

Miniaturisation in the consumer electronics product to drive adoption of RFI/EMI filters...
The demand for advanced consumer electronic devices such as LCDs and LED displays is triggering the growth of EMI and RFI filters market. Electronic devices comprising of a number of electrical circuits are installed in a confined space. Miniaturization of electronic components leads to a high risk of electromagnetic interferences among them which can cause failure of device. This kind of application requirement is fuelling the adoption of electronic devices such as EMI and RFI filters by the manufacturers. These filters effectively protects the active electronic components from such interferences.

Industrial sector is taking such measures proactively to prevent expensive equipment failures. Reduced maintenance cost is additional advantage by implementing the use of EMI and RFI filters and thereby focusing on generating higher revenues. The electrical and electronic components industry is witnessing fast adoption of these components in automobiles, which, in turn, is one of the key factors fuelling the growth of the passive components market, such as RFI/EMI filters.

Fast penetration of electrical & electronics products in automobiles to open new opportunities for RFI filters..
The modern age automobiles come integrated with satellite and cellular communication features along with other safety systems. This trend necessitates the use of electrical and electronic components. These electrical components are required to be immune to any electromagnetic interference to avoid failures of the entire system. However, the costs involved in implementing EMI and RFI filters depend on the type of equipment or device. Thus high price filters required in products such as flat panel displays are adversely affecting the growth of this market.
Some of the major players in this market are focusing on increasing its product offerings by introducing new products with innovative features. For instance, Elcom has a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and R&D to provide its customers with standard and customized RFI / EMI Filters. Electromagnetic Interference and Radio Frequency Interference Filters are passive electronic devices that are used to suppress conducted interference that is found in a signal of power line. These are available in different configurations as per your requirement.

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