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Gowanda Introduces Six Series with 2X or
More Improvement in SRF and Current Rating
2 May 2018, Gowanda, N.Y. (USA) -
Gowanda Electronics, a designer
and manufacturer of precision electronic components for broadband radio frequency and
power applications, announces the introduction of several High Performance RF Surface
Mount Inductor Series. Recent advancements in the company's design technology and manufacturing
capability deliver significant improvement – nearly 2x or more – in SRF and Current Ratings
for these new inductors as compared to traditional molded designs with equivalent inductance.
The first six series –
CC4H1008, CF4H1008, CC4H1210, CF4H1210, CC4H1812 and CF4H1812 – will
be featured at the 2018 International Microwave Symposium (IMS2018) being held in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania from June 12 to 14. Visit Gowanda’s booth #1735 for more information.
These series were developed to address market needs and industry trends calling for
ever-increasing performance from RF SMT inductor components. These CC4H (ceramic core)
and CF4H (ferrite core) series were designed for use in radio frequency applications
in commercial, medical and military markets. That includes use in communication, guidance,
security, radar, and test & measurement applications.
The performance ranges provided by these six new
wirewound series include inductance from 0.0082 µH to 1000 µH, Q min from 30 to 75, SRF
MHz min from 2 to 4000, DCR ohms max from 0.060 to 30 and current rating mA DC from 96
to 2430. Series-specific data ranges are provided in the table below. A
Data Overview summarizes the data for all six series. More technical
information is available on each series at the company's website. Go to
navigate to each series page where series data, mechanical features, performance graphs,
datasheets and other information is provided. Helpful links are also included below.
Operating temperature range is -55°C to +125°C for all series.
Data Overview of all 6 Series:
For information regarding pricing, delivery, application-specific designs, higher
reliability or upscreening to MIL-PRF-83446 or MIL-STD-981 requirements, please contact
Gowanda Electronics at USA +1-716-532-2234 or email@example.com.
For more information regarding pricing, delivery, higher reliability or upscreening
requirements please contact Gowanda Electronics at USA +1-716-532-2234 or
About Gowanda Electronics
Gowanda Electronics (www.gowanda.com)
is a privately held company that designs, manufactures and supplies precision electronic
components for RF, microwave and power applications. Components include standard off-the-shelf
and custom-designed inductors, chokes, coils, conicals, toroids, transformers and magnetic
devices in surface mount and thru-hole configurations that are used in a wide variety
of electronic applications. Gowanda’s products are used primarily by OEM companies and
other entities interested in high performance electronic component solutions for the
equipment and devices they manufacture. Applications include use in industrial automation &
control equipment, instrumentation, medical & diagnostic equipment/devices and test &
measurement equipment. Such products are used in a broad range of industries including
aviation/aerospace, data processing, defense, education, health care, process & assembly
industries, security and telecommunications. Gowanda’s customers include Fortune 500
companies and other significant players in these global markets. The company is certified
to AS9100, ISO9001 and ISO13485 quality management standards and offers RoHS compliant
products as well as Pb (lead) containing components for QPL military/defense and other
demanding requirements. Non-magnetic inductors are also available. Gowanda Electronics,
Dyco Electronics, Communication Coil, Butler Winding, TTE Filters, Microwave Circuits
and Instec Filters are all affiliates of Gowanda Components Group (www.GowandaComponentsGroup.com).
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Posted May 4, 2018