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Surge and Current Protection Components & Devices-World Markets, Applications & End-Users: Forecast to 2018

DUBLIN, January 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rsvqzr/surge_and_current) has announced the addition of a new report"Surge and Current Protection Components & Devices-World Markets, Applications & End-Users: Forecast to 2018" to their offering. 

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This detailed and comprehensive three volume report provides a complete analysis of the global market for Surge and Current Protection Components and Devices. 

A complete look at the market is given from the component level through completed systems. Each volume analyses a different sector of the market. Quantitative and qualitative analyses are given by country, end-users, applications, and competitors. Market trends and forecasts are provided for the years 2012-2018.

Scope of Coverage

Introduction

- Study Objectives
- Methodology & Sources
- Statistical Notes

Products Covered

- Volume I: Surge Protection Components
- Volume II: Surge Protection Devices
- Volume III: Circuit Breakers, Fuses & Thermistors

Each Volume comes with:

- Technology Overview
- Industry Overview
- Applicable Product Volume (e.g., Surge Protection Components, Surge Protection Devices, Circuit Breakers & Fuses)

Each section contains market data including market by value (US$Millions), by volume (UnitsMillions) and by average selling price (US$/Unit) for surge and current protecion products by total market value, end-user industry, application, and supplier sales. An extensive Technology Overview section provides valuable information on product types, trends, and competitive products. Data is given for the years 2012-2018 by year with 2013 as the base year and 2018 as the forecast year.

Geographic Scope

- China
- France
- Germany
- India
- Italy
- Japan
- Korea (South)
- Russia
- Brazil
- Taiwan
- United Kingdom
- United States
- Other North America
- Other Latin America
- Other Asia/Pacific
- Other Europe
- Rest of World

Distribution Channels

- Direct to the End-User
- EMS Provider
- Distributors (National/Regional/Local)
- Mass Merchandisers
- Catalog Houses/Online
- VARs

Applications & End-User Industries

Each volume and product is broken down by specific application within end-users industries according to the product. Below are the end-user industries covered as well as example applications within those markets.

- Aerospace
- Automotive (e.g., power supplies, dashboard electronics...)
- Communications (e.g., wireless devices, network hardware, base stations...)
- Computer/Peripheral (e.g., PCs, laptops, tablets, datacom...)
- Consumer Electronics (e.g., audio/visual, set-top boxes, video games...)
- Construction (e.g., commercial, residential...)
- Home Appliance
- Industrial (e.g., factory automation, switchgear...)
- Medical Research (e.g., measurement devices, instrumentation...)
- Military/Defense (e.g., electronic defense, aircraft, satellite...)
- Power Generation & Protection (e.g., UPSs, transformers...)
- Telecom Equipment (e.g., outside plant, fiber switches, premises, routers...
- Test Equipment 


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rsvqzr/surge_and_current 


Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]


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