Bourns Announces New SMD Power Inductor Series for Use in Automotive Applications

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RIVERSIDE, Calif., September 17, 2013 – Bourns, Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of electronic components, today introduced its SMD Power Inductor Series that includes 13 new models. The new series features non-shielded and shielded construction and is AEC-Q200 qualified. Bourns’ new SMD power inductor models are specifically designed for use in a broad range of automotive applications that include driver assistant devices, information/entertainment systems and lighting.

“Bourns’ new series of SMD power inductors feature non shielded as well as shielded construction as requested for today’s advanced automotive systems with AEC-Q200 testing,” said Guido Zehnder, Magnetics Product Line Manager at Bourns, Inc. “These high-performance power inductors meet the needs of complex automotive applications and provide customers with solutions they can count on for reliability and longevity.”

Pricing and Availability
Bourns® Models SDE1006A, SDR1307A, SRF1260A, SRR0735A, SRR1260A, SRR1280A, SRU1028A, SRU1038A, SRU1048A, SRU3028A, SRU5028A, SRU6025A and SRU8028A are available now. For additional product information, go to bourns.com/data/global/pdfs/Bourns_IC1326_Automotive_Inductor_FPB.pdf. As a pricing reference, the new SMD power inductors are priced from $0.23 to $0.39 each per 2,000-piece order. The new models are also RoHS compliant* and halogen free**.

*RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC Jan. 27, 2003 including annex and RoHS Recast 2001/65/EU June 8, 2011.

**Bourns follows the prevailing definition of “halogen free” in the industry. Bourns considers a product to be “halogen free” if (a) the Bromine (Br) content is 900 ppm or less; (b) the Chlorine (Cl) content is 900 ppm or less; and (c) the total Bromine (BR) and Chlorine (Cl) content is 1500 ppm or less.

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