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Triad Magnetics CMT-8100 common mode inductors

10/20/2011 12:46 PM EDT
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kaldera
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re: Triad Magnetics CMT-8100 common mode inductors
kaldera   11/15/2011 5:06:05 PM
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This series was designed to compete with JW Miller (Bourns) existing product line. Although Triad expanded the operating temperature range, the rest of the specs and pricing should line up with the competitive product. What specs/construction would you like to see?

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re: Triad Magnetics CMT-8100 common mode inductors
kaldera   11/15/2011 5:02:19 PM
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This series was designed back in 2008, but was only released to Triad's distribution channels in fall of 2011.

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sharps_eng   10/23/2011 12:06:50 AM
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The price isn't even interesting. Specs are the minimum for a saleable product in this field, construction offers nothing new. A typical BS press release that wastes readers' time.

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re: Triad Magnetics CMT-8100 common mode inductors
agk   10/22/2011 8:59:23 AM
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their data sheets CMT 8101 to CMT8121 shows published in the year 2008.This seems that the product avilable long before.

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