New Yorker Electronics offers the new Gowanda Electronics’ four Ceramic Wirewound Chip Inductor series with no internal solder connections, improving reliability in space/aero programs. The inductors are also defence QPL-approved, built and tested to meet M83446.
As part of the company’s H-Core solution, these chip inductors are created to provide a solution to those facing challenges with traditional moulded inductors. As well as no internal solder connections, its winding are completely protected by UV, coil forms readily available. They also include co-fired terminations, and fully encapsulated designs are offered for extra durability.
Ideal for high-frequency applications, at only 1.2mm x 0.065mm x 0.7mm, the CC0402 is less than 0.05g and is ideal for reflow soldering. Its capacitance options extend from 10nH to 4700nH with DC currency ratings from 220mA to 1000mA and a tolerance of 2%. It provides an operating temperature range of -55C to +125C and as all four series it offers a flat top cover for ‘pick and place’ and is ideal for reflow soldering.
The CC0603 is offered in three tolerance options of 10%, 5% and 2%. It ranges in capacitance options from 1.8nH to 330nH and DC currency ratings from 179mA to 1000mA. It is 1.8mm x 1.12mm x 1.02mm and weighs less than 0.05g. Its operating temp ranges from -40C to +125C.
The CC0805 offers a capacitance range of 2.4 to 2200nH and a DC currency range of 140 to 1000mA with an operating range of -55C to +125C. It is 2.41mm x 1.78mm x 1.52mm with available tolerance options of 10%, 5% and 2%.
The CC1008 is 2.92mm x 2.8mm x 2.28mm and provides an operating temperature of -40C to +125C. It ranges in capacitance from 10nH to 4700nH and in DC currency from 220mA to 1000mA. It offers tolerances of 5% and 2%.
All four series assure low power consumption, high chemical resistance, vibration/shear resistance, electrical and mechanical integrity and durability during handling. The company also makes implantable device components (human body).
Typical applications fields include industrial automation and control equipment, instrumentation, medical and diagnostic equipment/devices, and test and measurement equipment.