SMT2920 Offers Robust Design for “High Q” and Other Applications
Gowanda, NY (USA) – Gowanda Electronics announces the introduction of its new “SMT2920”, the first in a series of robust surface mount inductors which provides design engineers with a molded and shielded toroidal inductor for RF applications, especially those with high Q requirements.
The new SMT2920 encapsulated toroids will assist design engineers with their efforts to address the market needs for highly robust devices for a variety of RF applications. The SMT2920 is molded for durability, shielded to allow usage in the presence of magnetic fields, and designed to be insensitive to operating temperature changes over the range of -55°C to +105°C.
The SMT2920 was designed specifically for applications where temperature stability, high Q and high frequency are important. This new inductor is expected to find utility in applications such as RF signal circuitry in communications equipment, test & measurement equipment, medical diagnostic equipment and industrial process control equipment. Additional applications include use in telecommunications, navigation equipment, networking, and other computer peripherals, as well as in security systems, instrumentation, bar code and laboratory analysis equipment, aviation equipment, navigation equipment, electronic test equipment, and cable TV.
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|SMT2920||0.50 – 5.0||0.10 – 0.50||0.78 – 1.75|
Gowanda Electronics also offers custom designs in the SMT2920 series in order to meet the specific requirements of an application. For design details, custom requirements and standard or custom pricing, please contact Gowanda Electronics at +1-716-532-2234.
This new SMT2920 series complements Gowanda’s extensive range of leading edge inductor designs for RF and power applications.
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