Nanocrystalline Common Mode Chokes Filter The Line

Nanocrystalline Common Mode Chokes Filter The Line
Wurth Electronics Midcom Inc.

For use as in-line filters to reduce broadband mains-borne radio interference, the WE-CMBNC current-compensated common mode chokes rely on nanocrystalline cores. According their maker, nanocrystalline cores exhibit 20-times more permeability than conventional cores using of MnZn and NiZn core materials. Therefore, mains-borne interference is reducible down into the low kHz frequency range, where NiZn and MnZn cores have very little attenuating effect. Free samples of the WE-CMBNC components are available upon request. For models, specs, and other data, visit http://katalog.we-online.de/en/pbs/WE-CMBNC?__hstc=147049192.a4f988637027082563d583add1fbeda3.1408029350636.1408029350636.1408029350636.1&__hssc=147049192.2.1408029350636&__hsfp=2934863054

Wurth Electronics Midcom Inc.
Watertown, SD
800-643-2661
605-886-4385
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http://www.we-online.com

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