Ethernet common mode choke coil is AEC-Q200-compliant
For automotive applications, Murata has released the DLW32MH201YK2 common mode choke coil (CMCC). It is designed for automotive Ethernet (100BASE-T1) applications, is able to withstand extreme temperatures and is AEC-Q200 compliant.
It meets the growing need for components that can be used in high temperature environments such as engine compartments and the increase in popularity of automotive Ethernet high speed interfaces in vehicles where they are used to connect engine control units that support autonomous driving systems.
The DLW32MH201YK2 common mode choke coil has a wide operating temperature range of -55 to +150 degrees C, for use in vehicles’ extreme temperature environments. The temperature performance has been achieved through the use of metal termination that absorbs the stresses associated with temperature change, as well the combination of materials and product design, says Murata. The choke coil’s form factor is 3.2 x 2.5mm.
The 80V, AEC-Q200-compliant choke coil is in mass production now.
Murata Manufacturing designs, manufactures and sells ceramic-based passive electronic components, communication modules and power supply modules.
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