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36 W Devices Feature M3 and M4 Tapped Holes to Assist in PCB Mounting, Offer Low Resistance Down to 50 µΩ

Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. (NYSE: VSH) today introduced the new WSBS8518…M3 and WSBS8518…M4 36 W Power Metal Strip® battery shunt resistors featuring M3 and M4 tapped holes, respectively. With extremely low resistance values down to 50 µΩ in the 8518 case size, the Vishay Dale devices increase accuracy and lower costs compared with Hall Effect current sensing solutions, while their tapped holes aid in PCB mounting, provide extra support against vibration, and offer a location to attach voltage sense pins.

The devices released today feature a proprietary processing technique that produces extremely low resistance values of 50 µΩ, 100 µΩ, 125 µΩ, and 250 µΩ. These low values allow for more accurate data to determine battery charge and discharge, thus helping designers meet specific customer battery management requirements for applications in gas, diesel, hybrid, and electric cars and trucks, as well as electric forklifts, UPS systems, and other heavy industrial applications.

The WSBS8518…M3 and WSBS8518…M4 feature a solid metal manganese-copper alloy resistive element with low TCR (± 20 ppm/°C) and a welded terminal to element connection that allows for up to 848 A of continuous current (value dependent). The resistors offer low inductance values of < 5 nH, low thermal EMF down to < 3 µV/°C, and an operating temperature range of -65 °C to +170 °C. The devices are RoHS-compliant, halogen-free, and Vishay Green.

Samples and production quantities of the WSBS8518…M3 and WSBS8518…M4 are available now, with a lead time of 10 to 12 weeks for larger orders. Pricing for U.S. delivery only is $4.25 per piece in 1,000-piece quantities.

Shares are trading at $46.05 which is slightly above the 50 day moving average of $42.07 and significantly higher than the 200 day moving average of $41.08. The 50 day moving average moved up $3.98 whereas the 200 day average was up by +12.10%. Methode Electronics, Inc. shares had a trading volume of 3,917 on Tuesday. Overall, volume was down 98.65% under the stocks normal daily volume.

Investors are more bullish on the company recently if you put credence in the downtick in short interest. The stock realized a fall in short interest of -0.10% between September 15, 2017 and September 29, 2017. Short shares fell from 631,610 to 630,977 over that timeframe. The days to cover decreased to 3.0 and the short interest percentage is 0.02% as of September 29.

These funds have shifted positions in (MEI). As of the end of the quarter Dubuque Bank & Trust Co had bought a total of 174 shares growing its position 3.6%. The value of the total investment in Methode Electronics, Inc. increased from $199,000 to $212,000 increasing 6.5% for the reporting period. As of quarter end Nisa Investment Advisors, LLC had disposed of 4,900 shares trimming its holdings by 42.0%. The value of the investment in MEI went from $469,000 to $287,000 a change of 38.8% since the last quarter.

Meeder Asset Management Inc grew its investment by buying 128 shares an increase of 14.7% in the quarter. Meeder Asset Management Inc owns 1,000 shares valued at $42,000. The value of the position overall is up by 16.7%. Rnc Capital Management LLC cut its stake by selling 200 shares a decrease of 3.2%. Rnc Capital Management LLC claims 6,073 shares with a value of $257,000. The total value of its holdings decreased 0.4%.

The company is unchanged by 0.00% percent from yesterday’s close. Additionally the company recently announced a dividend which will be paid on Friday the 27th of October 2017. The dividend will be $0.090 per share for the quarter or $0.36 annualized. The dividend yield will be $0.79. The ex-dividend date is set for Thursday the 12th of October 2017.

The P/E ratio is 18.72 and the market cap is 1.70B. As of the last earnings report the EPS was $2.46 and is expected to be $2.58 for the current year with 36,810,000 shares outstanding. Analysts expect next quarter’s EPS to be $0.62 and the next full year EPS is projected to be $2.92.

Methode Electronics, Inc. (Methode), launched on April 27, 1966, is a manufacturer of component and subsystem devices. The Company designs, manufactures and markets devices employing electrical, radio remote control, electronic, wireless and sensing technologies. The Company operates through segments, including Automotive, Interface, Power Products and Other. The Company has manufacturing, design and testing facilities in China, Egypt, Germany, India, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Mexico, Singapore, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. The Business’s components are found in end markets of the aerospace, appliance, automotive, battery storage, construction, consumer and industrial equipment, communications (including information processing and storage, medical device, networking equipment, wireless and terrestrial voice/data systems), rail and other transportation industries..

Simeon Hall is one of two teenagers charged in the manslaughter of Roger Trindade, a 15-year-old Winter Park High School student who died in October 2016 after being beaten on Park Avenue. He is being held on no bond in the Orange County Jail.

In early October, Simeon was arrested again after another teenager told police he punched him repeatedly at Ward Park, on Perth Lane in Winter Park.

Circuit Judge Reginald Whitehead set Simeon’s next court hearing for Dec. 13, with a trial tentatively scheduled for mid-January. Simeon has pleaded not guilty.

Tuesday’s hearing lasted only a few minutes and Simeon did not speak except to greet the judge.

The teenager injured in the alleged Perth Lane battery told police the attack was unprovoked. He was sitting at a picnic table at the park Oct. 7 with a few friends when Simeon approached him from behind, he told police.

The first punch knocked the teenager to the ground but Simeon kept punching, hitting the teenager’s head four or five more times, court records show. The teen said he got back up and ran to his car. He managed to get away, but not before Simeon punched him again in the nose, the teenager told police.

Police described his injuries as serious but not life-threatening.

Simeon faces charges of felony battery with great bodily harm and damaging his electronic monitoring equipment.

He and Jesse Sutherland, now both 16, were charged with manslaughter in the death of Roger Trindade, who was taken off life support Oct. 17, 2016, after two days of unconsciousness. Their trials were set for November, but prosecutors decided to move them out of juvenile court and charge them as adults earlier this month — about a year after Roger’s death.

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