Eaton’s Cooper Bussmann develops the HCM1103 Series of High Current, High Frequency Power Inductors.
• Halogen free, lead free, RoHS compliant
• 125°C maximum total temperature operation
• 11.5 x 10.3 x 3.0mm maximum surface mount package
• Powder Iron core material
• Magnetically shielded, low EMI
• High current carrying capacity, low core losses
• Inductance range from 0.12μH to 22.0μH
• Current range from 3.0 to 75 amps
- Halogen free, lead free, RoHS compliant
- 125 degrees Celsius maximum total temperature operation
- 11.5 x 10.3 x3.0mm maximum surface mount package
- Powder Iron core material
- Magnetically shielded, low EMI
- High current carrying capacity, low core losses
- Current range from 3.0 to 75 amps
- Voltage Regulator Module (VRM)
- Multi-phase regulations
- Point-of-load modules
- Desktop and server VRMs and EVRDs
- Base station equipment
- Notebook regulators
- Battery power systems
- Graphics cards
- Data networking and storage systems
- Storage temperature range: -55 degrees Celsius to +125 degrees Celsius
- Operating temperature range: -55 degrees Celsius to +125 degrees Celsius (ambient + self-temperature rise)
- Solder reflow temperature: J-STD-020D compliant
- Supplied in tape-and reel packaging, 1000 parts per 13” diameter reel
The Bussmann division of Eaton’s creates and produces important circuit protection, power management and electrical safety products specifically made to enable innovative circuit and power electronics protection. The Bussmann business provides for their customers in the commercial, data centers, electrical vehicles, food and beverage and more.
Cooper is the electrical division of Eaton, the leader in power management solutions for over 175 countries around the world. Cooper possesses a strong connection with electrical components and solutions, which includes Bussmann electrical and electronic fuses; Crouse-Hinds and CEAG explosion-proof electrical equipment; Halo and Metalux lighting fixtures; and Kyle and McGraw-Edison power systems products. These products enhance even further Eaton’s ability to adhere to today’s most important electrical power management difficulties.
The combined strength of Eaton’s Cooper and Bussmann allows them to see the big picture and visualize more possibilities with better opportunities. This enables the buyer to more efficiently manage energy consumption, increase uptime and decrease costs while also maintaining their reputation of safety in regard to their personnel, equipment and data.