Eaton’s new line of HCM1AV2 power inductors feature high-current carrying capacity, high power density, low core losses, and magnetic shielding to reduce EMI effects on other devices in the automotive engine compartment.
Date: Tuesday, September 24, 2019Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight TimeSponsor: TektronixDuration: 1 Hour
These 400-kHz and 2.2-MHz dc-dc LED drivers target automotive applications, combining high efficiency and tiny size with AEC-Q100 and CISPR 25 EMI qualifications, as well as wide-ranging dimming options.
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