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Newark introduces TDK components for e-bike and pedelec into portfolio to enable next wave of e-mobility revolution

Customers can now buy Newark’s comprehensive range of TDK electronic components for electronically power assisted cycles

Chicago – May 21, 2024: Newark now stocks a comprehensive range of electronic components for e-bike and pedelec electronically power assisted cycles from TDK, a world leader in technology innovation who is playing a vital role in advancing e-bike technology.

As micromobility takes center stage and the demand for eco-friendly transportation surges, TDK’s contribution is powering the development and production of efficient and reliable e-bikes and pedelecs.

Newark offers a wide range of TDK products that are essential for developing safe and reliable e-bikes, including:

Dave Jones, Senior Manager for Passives at Newark says, “These key additions to our portfolio demonstrate our commitment to offering the very best in electric bicycle technology to our customers, ensuring that every ride is powered by components that set the industry standard for excellence and sustainability. TDK e-bike components are shaping the future of e-mobility, making electric bicycles a more sustainable and attractive option for transportation.”

The products are marketed under the product brands TDK, EPCOS, InvenSense, Micronas, Tronics and TDK-Lambda.

Customers can now purchase TDK’s range of electronic components for e-bike and pedelec electronically power assisted cycles from Newark in North America, Farnell in EMEA and element14 in APAC.

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