Pulse is excited to announce the availability of IATF versions of its popular SLIC and Shasta CMC’s with a selection of these products offering inductance from 92uH to 1.8mH, current rating from 2.8A to 20A, in platform sizes ranging from 9x9x3.8mm to 31×25.4×12.7mm. These versatile SMD products have been optimised to provide a peak impedance profile in the low MHz frequency range, filtering noise with those critical harmonic frequencies of modern-day switching applications. The entire range of platforms are AEC-Q200 compliant based on prior qualification of the existing industrial grade products, with PPAP documentation available for a selection of products that have already been launched to our IATF production line.
“The automotive market has been attracted to the pre-existing high volume, mature industrial grade product line for several years now. This has motivated Pulse to complete the AEC-Q200 qualification of each of the platforms offered by this family and has led to the design in of products into several automotive applications. However, AEC-Q200 qualification is just one of the five Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) processes for an IATF product development so this alone does allow it to be categorised as an automotive grade product. The development of this new family will follow each of APQP processes, will be launched onto an IATF certified manufacturing line, facilitating the completion of the PPAP documentation”.
Gerard Healy Product Marketing, Specialized Power PBU, Pulse Electronics
Please contact Pulse Electronics if a part is selected for automotive application design to ensure APQP and PPAP delivery can be completed in accordance with project milestones. Note that Pulse applies standard AEC-Q200 qualification. If a customer has a vibration requirement beyond this, Pulse may not be able to confirm that requirement with this family. The customer should then consider conducting their own qualification testing and/or glue the component to the PCB.
Further information to understand the operation of the common mode chokes, and how they can be used as a part of the EMI filtering circuit is available on our white paper – “How Does it Work – Common Mode Chokes”.
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