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IBS Electronics distributes a wide range of active electronic components like Microcontrollers, Amplifiers, A2D and D2A converters, Clock & Timing devices, Data devices, Diodes, Embedded Devices, Interface, Logic ICs, Memory devices, Multiplexers, Power management devices, Temperature sensors, Transistors and Voltage regulators.
We are an authorized distributor of many active electronic components lines including transistors, diodes, LEDs, other discrete semiconductors, in addition to ICs, and optoelectronics, as well as passives, circuit protection, interconnects, wire and cable, electromechanical, sensors, enclosures and thermal management, power sources, test, tools, and specialty products.
  1. DC/DC Converters
  2. Discharge Devices
  3. Embedded Solutions
  4. LCD Pannels/Monitors
  5. Memory
  6. Opto-electronics
  7. Semiconductors
  8. Sensors
  9. Surge Suppression
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Active: Those devices or components which produce energy in the form of Voltage or Current are called as Active Components
Active components include amplifying components such as transistors, triode vacuum tubes (valves), and tunnel diodes. Passive components can't introduce net energy into the circuit. They also can't rely on a source of power, except for what is available from the (AC) circuit they are connected to.


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Active electronic components are devices that are capable of controlling and amplifying electrical signals, as opposed to passive components, which do not have this capability. Active components require a source of energy to function and are fundamental to electronic circuits, playing a crucial role in signal processing and control. Here are some key types and characteristics of active electronic components:

1. Transistors: Transistors are perhaps the most well-known and widely used active components. They can amplify and switch electronic signals, and they come in various types, including bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) and field-effect transistors (FETs). Transistors are essential in amplifiers, digital logic circuits, and many other applications.

2. Integrated Circuits (ICs): ICs are complex assemblies of active and passive components within a single package. They can include various active components, such as transistors, operational amplifiers, microcontrollers, and more. ICs are the backbone of modern electronics and can be found in everything from microprocessors to memory chips.

3. Operational Amplifiers (Op-Amps): Op-amps are specialized amplifiers used to amplify and manipulate analog signals. They are widely used in applications like audio amplification, voltage amplification, signal processing, and instrumentation.

4. Diodes: While diodes are often thought of as passive components, certain types, such as light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and laser diodes, can be considered active components. LEDs, for example, emit light when a current passes through them, and they are commonly used in displays, indicators, and lighting applications.

5. Thyristors and Triacs: Thyristors are semiconductor devices that can be used for switching applications in which once triggered, they continue to conduct until the current drops below a certain threshold. Triacs are a type of thyristor designed for alternating current (AC) control.

6. Microcontrollers and Microprocessors: These are complex active components that include processing units, memory, and input/output interfaces. They are the "brains" of many electronic devices and systems, such as computers, microcontrollers used in embedded systems, and digital signal processors (DSPs).

7. Voltage Regulators: Voltage regulators are active components used to stabilize and control the voltage level in a circuit, ensuring that electronic components receive a consistent supply voltage.

8. Oscillators: Oscillators are active devices that generate continuous waveform signals, often used in applications requiring timing or clock signals, such as in digital systems and radio frequency circuits.

9. Sensors: Some types of sensors are considered active components. They can convert physical quantities, such as temperature, pressure, or light, into electrical signals for further processing.

Active electronic components are essential for building electronic circuits that can perform a wide range of functions, from amplifying signals and switching operations to processing data and controlling devices. They are fundamental to the operation of electronic devices, ranging from smartphones and computers to power amplifiers and medical equipment.