Romoland, Calif. Designed for high current, high temperature applications in rugged environments, the new DR360, DR361 and DR362 series wirewound coil inductors from Datatronic Distribution Inc. provide reliable protection against electromagnetic interference (EMI) in high current handling applications up to 38+ amps (A).
The DR 360-1-2 series features an advanced magnetic alloy core, which offers extended life in extreme temperatures from -55°C to 200°C. The company said the need for inductors with extended operating temperatures is becoming increasingly common in many of today's higher density power supply designs, as well as in many types of electronic equipment operating outdoors or within industrial plants. They are suitable for commercial and industrial equipment including automotive, factory automation, heavy equipment, industrial machinery, instrumentation, power supplies, and telecommunications applications.
Depending on the specific model, the DR360-1-2 series inductors offer an inductance range from 0.8 to 1000 mH. The direct current resistance (DCR) is specified from 0.003 to 0.43 ohms maximum over a maximum current rating from 1.6 A to 38.7 A. Custom designs are available.
With a through-hole wirewound coil design, the DR360-1-2 series inductors come in round packages sized from 0.86 in. (22 mm) to 1.280 in. (32.5 mm) in diameter, with lead spacing from 0.45 to 0.65 in., depending on the specific model. They are compatible with high-speed assembly equipment, and are suitable for high-temperature soldering.
The new inductors are priced from $0.69 to $1.48 each in typical production volumes. Delivery is from stock to six weeks.
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