Golden Leads NO Magnetic Reed Switch
Golden leads NO Magnetic Reed Switch is one of our dominant key IC for the Magnetic sensor switch. Reed switch is very significant and vital IC part for all magnetic switches. If the RS fails, the whole product even the whole system may fail. Why we have to use very high stable quality to ensure...
Golden leads NO Magnetic Reed Switch is one of our dominant key IC for the Magnetic sensor switch.
Reed switch is very significant and vital IC part for all magnetic switches. If the RS fails, the whole product even the whole system may fail.
Why we have to use very high stable quality to ensure the steady performance of Golden leads NO Magnetic Reed Switch? Because this RS IC is the main part and the final toggle heart. The RS has 3 main types. 1 is Normally open, 2 is Normally close, the final one is COM connection way, the NO NC way.
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According to estimates by India's official National Institute of Applied Economics, India currently has a 300 million middle class population. However, before the independence of India, the middle class basically did not exist. At that time, only the upper class living in large cities accounted for 1% of the population, and the working class living in rural areas and urban slums. Due to India’s economic reforms in the past 10 years, by the end of the 20th century, India’s society suddenly rose to a large middle class, and its speed and the number of people are impressive. During these 10 years, the Indian currency was relatively stable, with an inflation rate of only 3%. Coupled with the food harvest year after year, and the rapid development of high-tech industries, the economic situation in India has greatly improved. The rapid economic development has provided the foundation for social changes. The middle class has emerged in this situation. In other words, out of a population of 1 billion people in India, nearly one-third of the population ranks among the middle class. Economists expect the number of Indian middle classes to reach 450 million by 2010.
The economic development, the relative decrease in unemployment and poverty, and the redistribution of wealth have led to a marked increase in the number of middle-class Indians; in addition, the development of urbanization has also accelerated the dramatic increase in the number of middle-class people. In addition, India’s own information industry has developed rapidly in recent years, and practitioners in this industry have largely joined the ranks of the middle class. Moreover, India still has 100,000 college graduates entering the information industry every year. They all have the potential to enter the middle class. According to Indian media, the Indian middle class covers a wide range of areas, including wealthy small business owners, junior technicians, wealthy peasants, white-collar workers, businessmen, soldiers, and all those who work hard to get rich. Although most of them have no middle class wealth in other countries, many people own their own homes and cars after all. This has enabled India to have a relatively stable consumer class and a relatively large consumer market.
Indian experts said that although the middle class in India is still not very rich, their role in promoting urban and rural prosperity is obvious. In Mumbai, New Delhi, Calcutta and Madras, four large and more economically developed cities, the new suburbs are spread over dozens of kilometers. In the urban areas, bustling restaurants and hotels, crowded shopping malls and shopping malls, full trains and domestic flights, there are middle-class people everywhere. Pulling an Indian person casually, he will tell you that all these prosperity scenes are the result of an increase in the middle class population.
In addition, the middle class is driving Indians' lifestyle changes. More and more people are buying cars, satellite cable TVs, video cameras, mobile phones, and home computers. In the past five years alone, the sales volume of Indian mobile phones has increased by 10 million units, and the number of automobiles has increased by 2.3 million units. The output value of the catering industry has increased by an average of 40% every year. In addition, Indian tourism also benefits from the rise of the middle class.
The number of middle-class people has greatly increased, and the traditional values of many Indians are gradually changing. Since many people stand out under the new economic conditions, they have an open mindset and avant-garde consumerism, and their desire to buy is particularly strong. In terms of clothing, lifestyle, diet and entertainment, they all appear more open, casual and willing to spend money. They have a lot in common: tourism and outdoor entertainment are their greatest interests; they are concerned about social issues such as crime, inflation, unemployment and education; well-known brands in the world are well-known, and fashion in London and New York has become their favorite.
The rise of the middle class fully demonstrates the potential of the Indian consumer market. Now, more and more businesses and companies are beginning to formulate long-term strategies aimed at a considerable part of the target consumers. The U.S. Department of Commerce declared that India is currently one of the top ten emerging markets in the world. At present, India has 33 million people with cable TVs. Each of them has to buy at least one television set, a tape recorder, a pressure cooker, a ceiling fan, a bicycle and a watch; two-thirds of them also have to buy. A scooter, a color TV, an electric iron, a food blender and a sewing machine; half of the people who want to buy a refrigerator? This is what a big consumer market!