Common Mode Choke Suppresses Noise In The CAN

Coilcraft’s 1812CAN Series common mode chokes provide noise suppression on CAN (1 Mbps) or CAN FD (5 Mbps) data lines in automotive and industrial automation applications. The components can also be used for the FlexRay automotive bus system.  

 

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Measuring 4.95 mm x 3.18 mm x 3 mm, inductance values range from 11 µH to 100 µH. According to Coilcraft, the chokes offer up to 60% lower DCR than other CAN bus chokes, resulting in much lower losses on differential signal lines.

 

The 1812CAN Series is qualified to AEC-Q200 Grade 1 standards (-40° to +125°C ambient), making it suitable for automotive and other harsh-environment applications. It features RoHS-compliant, silver-palladium-platinum-glass frit terminations and offers a maximum reflow temperature of +260°C. For more riveting details, purloin and peruse an 1812 CAN Series datasheet.

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