Available in SMD or Through-Hole Mounting Options, Customizable Device Delivers Low DCR Losses and Saturation Current to 35A.
New Yorker Electronics has announced its availability of the new Vishay IHCM Common Mode Choke for commercial applications. Designed with a low profile surface-mount construction, the Vishay Custom Magnetics IHCM-2321AA-10 is more robust than typical bulky toroid-based devices, while delivering superior performance across temperature ranges to +155°C.
With its low profile, the IHCM-2321AA-10 offers a reduced size and volume, making it more resistant to shock and vibration, while the enhanced core design extends current saturation out to as much as 35A. The IHCM-2321AA-10 is surface-mountable and compatible with automated pick-and-place assembly for increased flexibility in board layouts.
The Vishay IHCM-2321AA-10 is ideal for commercial-grade DC/DC converters, EMI filters and high current filters, for noise suppression in motor control and other circuity in industrial and telecom applications. It possesses excellent saturation characteristics with low DCR losses and a 1500VDC dielectric withstand-voltage between coils.
New Yorker Electronics supplies through-hole options to the standard surface-mount configuration, as well customizable inductance, impedance, DCR and current ratings options. The device is RoHS-compliant, halogen-free and Vishay Green.
- Low SMD profile design compatible with automated pick and place assembly
- High heat rating current to 31A and saturation current to 35A
- High temperature operation, up to 155°C
- Dielectric withstand voltage between coils to 1500VDC
- Custom options for inductance, impedance, DCR and current rating are available
- Through-hole mounting configurations available
- High current and high temperature applications
- DC/DC converters
- EMI Filters
- Motor noise suppression
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