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High Current Output Chokes With Planar Technology

Thu, 08/30/2012 - 6:05am

PREMO presents a new version of its HPC series, a high power choke with planar technology for DC/DC converters applications for electric traction and high density power electronics, especially recommended in hybrid and electric vehicles.

The HPC series offers excellent performance (better than 95%) at 100 to 150 kHz frequencies respectively, being able to extend the operating range up to 250kHz.

Materials used in the new development are H thermal class, which allow reaching operating temperatures up to 180°C. Flat wire coil technology used allows getting components that can drive high power density and high currents (up to 200A) in a low-profile component (max. height 27, 5 mm), therefore minimizing losses very low series resistance.

Its high stability in temperature and wide operation range, from - 40 to 125°C, make it specially suitable for industrial environments and automotive, since it enables an easy assembly on cooling surfaces through radiators (upon request).

The HPC series is available in a range of inductances of 2 to 5uH. It is possible to customize its outputs. The standard option is threaded inserts metric 4.

This product is fully certified under the strict quality standard for automotive electronic components: AEC-Q200.

PREMO has a long experience in the development of electronic components with planar technology, transformers and planar chokes, with application in a multitude of sectors, as hybrid and electric vehicles.

PREMO will be present at Electronica 2012 in Munich, Germany. The event will take place from 13th to 16th of November. We are pleased to welcome you at our stand 318 in Hall B6. We will be showing our latest innovation in RFID components, inductive components and EMC filters.

http://www.grupopremo.com/

 

 

August 29, 2012

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