PREMO has released its latest four-phase high-power common-mode chokes created for EMC noise filtering in onboard chargers of up to 22Kw in EVs, the new 4CMCN065R0-16H and 4CMCN065R0-32H Series. These automotive-grade chokes are compact in size (< 5.8cm3) and have high efficiency (>98.5%), making them the ideal solution for electric vehicle manufacturers looking to optimise their charging systems.
The 4CMCN065R0-16H and 4CMCN065R0-32H chokes feature a unique design that effectively filters high-frequency noise in power lines while reducing electromagnetic interference. Their high efficiency makes them perfect for EVs, where space and energy efficiency are critical. The 4CMCN065R0-16H choke can handle up to 16A of current, while the 4CMCN065R0-32H choke can handle up to 32A, making them highly versatile and ideal for use in a variety of electric vehicle charging applications. In addition to their compact size and high efficiency, these chokes also feature a range of other benefits that make them stand out from other common-mode chokes on the market. These include:
High-temperature stability: The chokes are designed to operate at temperatures ranging from -40C to +125C, providing reliable performance even in extreme conditions. Low profile, just 32mm: The chokes are designed with a low profile, making them easy to integrate into existing systems and reducing the overall size of the charging system. High reliability: The chokes are designed to meet strict automotive AECQ200 industry standards for reliability, ensuring that they will perform consistently over time.
The 4CMCN065R0-16H and 4CMCN065R0-32H chokes represent a significant step forward in developing onboard chargers for electric vehicles. Their compact size, high efficiency, and versatile design with potential customisation make them a valuable addition to any electric vehicle manufacturer's product lineup. The designs are developed for maximum thermal coupling of core and copper with thermal interface materials like CoolMag.
PCIM Europe 2023, Stand Hall 6, Stand 232.