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  1. Bel Power Solutions
30 August 2018

Signal Transformer Releases New Series of Surface Mount Inductors

Signal Transformer, a Bel group company, has announced its new SCIHP0412, SCIHP0420 and SCIHP0420TB series of Surface Mount Inductors (SMD) for notebooks, tablets and multi-purpose applications.

These new series of SMD Inductors are ideal for tablets, notebook / desktop, server applications, battery-powered devices, low-profile and high current power supplies and DC/DC converters. Signal Transformer’s new series of SMD power inductors provide a high range of inductances and low DCR in a small package size for greater efficiency, without compromising performance.

Utilising an enhanced manufacturing process, Signal has implemented composite molded construction technology, which provides a uniform, seamless powder iron core platform, encapsulating the entire coil structure and exposing only the surface mount terminal elements. This ensures our SMD Inductors for notebooks, tablets and multi-purpose applications are highly efficient, with high noise filtering, high saturation current, high moisture protection and low magnetic radiation.

In addition, our SMDs feature an encapsulated body and shielded design, have low EMI and noise, feature a low DC resistance in package size and offer optimisation of the PCB layout to meet industry needs for miniaturisation, portability and high reliability.

The new SCIHP0412, SCIHP0420 and SCIHP0420TB series of SMD Inductors for notebooks, tablets and multi-purpose applications are currently in stock with Digi-Key, Mouser, Arrow and Sager.

For more detailed information, fill out the enquiry form on this page.

Power in railway rolling stock originally involved traction, lighting and rudimentary signalling with typically raw 110VDC from the on-board batteries.
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