Global Solid State Relay Market was valued US$ XX Bn in 2018 and is expected to reach

Global Solid State Relay Market was valued US$ XX Bn in 2018 and is expected to reach US$ 2.01 Bn by 2026, at CAGR of XX% during forecast period. The significant factors driving the growth of the solid state relay market include increasing digitization and automation in the consumer electronics industry, growing modernization of electric vehicles, robust features of solid-state relay, such as high switching frequency and resistance to shock and vibration, and low noise while operating, long operating life, and low maintenance and compact size of solid-state relay. However, the requirement of a heat sink to manage thermal load, higher cost of SSR than EMR, and current leakage during switching OFF solid state relay are the key restraining factors for market growth. Based on the mounting type, the market for PCB-mount solid state relay is expected to grow at the highest CAGR of XX% during the forecast period. Additional, a PCB-mount solid state relay is ideal to use in applications where a small, power-dense package is required as is the case with a lot of commercial and industrial equipment. Growing demand for miniaturization of electrical circuits is driving demand for PCB-mount ...

This Cupboard minister’s FOUR ovens beg the query…how elegant is YOUR kitchen?

Once it was your choice of car or the time you served your evening meal that marked you out as middle class. Today, anyone attempting to assess social status needs to look in the kitchen. For Cabinet minister James Brokenshire and his wife, Cathy, it was the sight of the two double ovens in their extended kitchen in South-East London that left no doubt they are keeping up with the Joneses. Here, ANTONIA HOYLE guides you through the minefield of acquiring those perfect accessories. Credit cards at the ready . . . Whether feeding a growing brood or wowing dinner party guests, size matters when it comes to cookers, with homeowners who have space — and spare cash, of course — splashing out on not one, but two double ovens. That’s because as the middle-classes increasingly socialise inside the home rather than go out, being able to cater for supper (note: not dinner) parties of ten or more has become a serious brag. The craze for extending also means kitchens are bigger than ever — and increasingly the social heart of the home in the way living rooms once were. Size isn’t everything, however. ‘Most popular nowadays are ovens with multi-functions,’ explains Paul O’Brien, brand direct...