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New Yorker Electronics to distribute Gowanda ceramic wirewound chip inductor series

26 May 2021

New Yorker Electronics is distributing the new Gowanda Electronics’ four ceramic wirewound chip inductor series with no internal solder connections. The inductors increase reliability in space/aero programs and are also military QPL-approved, built and tested to meet M83446.

Part of Gowanda’s H-Core solution, these chip inductors are designed to offer a solution to those facing challenges with their traditional molded inductors. In addition to no internal solder connections, its winding is fully UV-protected, and coil forms are readily available. The inductors feature co-fired terminations and fully encapsulated designs are available for extra durability.

Excellent for high frequency applications, at only 1.20 mm x 0.065 mm x 0.7 0mm the CC0402 weighs less Source: New Yorker Electronics Source: New Yorker Electronics than 0.05 g and is suitable for reflow soldering. Its capacitance options range from 10 nH to 4,700 nH with DC currency ratings from 220 mA to 1,000 mA with a tolerance of 2%. It has an operating temperature range of -55° C to 125° C and like all four series it has a flat top cover for ‘pick and place’ and is suitable for reflow soldering.

The CC0603 is available in three tolerance options of 10%, 5% and 2%. It ranges in capacitance options from 1.8 nH to 330 nH and DC currency ratings from 179 mA to 1000 mA. It is 1.80 mm x 1.12 mm x 1.02 mm and weighs less than 0.05 g with an operating temperature range of -40° C to 125° C.

The CC0805 has a capacitance range of 2.4 nH to 2,200 nH and a DC currency range of 140 mA to 1,000 mA with an operating range of -55° C to 125° C. It is 2.41 mm x 1.78 mm x 1.52 mm with available tolerance options of 10%, 5% and 2%.

The CC1008 is 2.92 mm x 2.80 mm x 2.28 mm and has an operating temperature of -40° C to 125° C. It ranges in capacitance from 10 nH to 4,700 nH and in DC currency from 220 mA to 1,000 mA. It offers tolerances of 5% and 2%.

All four series ensure low power consumption, high chemical resistance, vibration/shear resistance, electrical and mechanical integrity, and durability during handling. Gowanda also makes implantable device components for biomedical applications.

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