Complementary to its DC-DC converter portfolio, RECOM now provides its RLS line inductor series, which has been pre-tested to meet both conducted and radiated interference limits.
It is often required to add further filter components to a DC-DC converter module to satisfy Class A or Class B EMC limits. To create such an EMC filter, inductors from a variety of different manufacturers can be chosen. Although these different inductors have comparable technical specs, they can exhibit a significant deviation when managing EMI frequency interferences. As it is also imperative that the filter circuit matches the DC-DC converter characteristics over the full frequency range, the company now provides its RLS series which has been pre-tested and matched with their converters to pass both conducted and radiated interference limits. With the company’s solution, the customer can be assured that they can pass both conducted and radiated EMC tests.
Cornell Dubilier has availability of its Type RA multilayered film capacitors for 125C operation. The capacitors are built using stacked metallised polyester protected with an impregnated sealant, which excludes the requirement for an external case.
TT Electronics has combined miniaturisation with economy in the PSM050S-10B10KB – part of the PSM series of long-life miniature PCB mount slide potentiometers for audio, consumer, medical, and industrial applications.
Vishay Intertechnology has extended its T55 series of vPolyTan surface-mount polymer tantalum moulded chip capacitors with new devices in the Z case (EIA 7343-19) size.
TT Electronics has introduced the HA74 series of surface-mount power inductors, which couple a low profile, small footprint, and 3MHz switching ability for efficient, space-saving DC-DC converters.