An electronic instrument used for comparing two voltages or currents is known as comparators. It switches its output to indicate which one is larger. More generally, the term is also used to refer to a device that compares two items of data. They can also be described as devices that compare two analog signals and produce a single digital signal.
The different types of comparators based on their use are digital comparator such as identity comparator and magnitude comparator, optical comparators, analog comparator, binary comparator, amplitude comparator, multi input comparator, current comparator and data comparator.
Major manufacturing countries are China, Hong Kong, South Korea, India, United States, Malaysia, Canada, Singapore, Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, Senegal, Turkey, UAE, Brazil, Iran, Israel, Kuwait, Poland and United Kingdom.
Main Export Market
Main Export Markets are North America, South America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Eastern Asia, Southeast Asia, Mid East, Africa and Oceania.
Worldwide consumption of comparators extending so widely across major markets that sale will likely to increase further. Databeans estimates that the global comparators market will expand at a compound annual growth rate of about 5 percent through 2011, exceeding $250 million by the end of the forecast period, with a total of almost 3 billion units shipped.
Selling proposition for these products are high speed, precision, low voltage operability, low power and low noise, compact, low maintenance and warranty.