SMD Coil Formers and Cores technical note Philips Magnetic Products Philips

SMD Coil Formers and Cores technical note Philips Magnetic Products Philips
technical note
Philips Magnetic Products
SMD Coil Formers and Cores
Philips
Components
SMD Coil Formers
and Cores
Contents
Introduction
3
Ferrite Material Properties
6
Range Overview
7
E5.3/2.7/2
8
E6.3/2.9/2
10
EFD10
12
EFD12
14
EFD15
16
EFD20
18
EP7
20
ER9.5
22
ER11
24
RM4/I
26
RM5/I
28
RM6S/I
30
RM6S/ILP
32
Tag plate TGPS-9
34
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Range of SMD accessories and cores
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Introduction
With its new range of surface-mount coil formers, Philips
Components offers a real solution to circuit designers
wishing to take maximum advantage of surface-mount
technology in their designs.
The trend toward full surface-mount technology has been
hampered by the problems of introducing inductive
components (inductors and transformers for example) in
surface-mount execution.
These devices, consisting of cores, coil-formers and
windings held together by clips, were not easily converted
to surface-mount versions, and former designs, based on
"gull-wing" terminations (see Fig.1) have not been entirely
satisfactory.
Disadvantages of "gull-wing" pins
In particular, tensions introduced by the winding wire,
which is wrapped around the upper part of the gull-wing
terminations, can severely degrade the coplanarity of the
solder pads. The use of thin wire windings is a partial
solution to this problem but this introduces limitations on
coil design. Furthermore, during soldering of the winding
wire to the termination, spillage of solder onto the solder
pad can further degrade coplanarity. However, for very
small coil formers gull-wing pins are the only possible
design due to space limitations. For small to medium sized
coil formers there is a better solution: U-pins.
> 0.1 mm
Fig.1 The “gull-wing” design.
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Advantages of the U-pin design
The introduction of Philips' new range of surface-mount,
coil formers, however, solves all these problems. These
feature "U-pin" terminations (Fig.2) securely embedded in
the plastic coil former body. These pins are thicker and
wider than most gull-wing pins and therefore stronger.
The solder pads, located beneath the plastic body and in
contact with it, form a rigid structure with a guaranteed
coplanarity of less than 0.1 mm, according to
IEC 191-2Q.
The upper part of the U-pins protrude from the plastic
body and offer a large area on which to terminate the
windings. Since these are physically separated from the
solder pads, tension introduced by the winding wire will
not affect coplanarity, and neither will solder used to attach
the winding wires spill onto the solder pads. The contact
surface of the pads is also much larger than typical gullwing solder pads, making them ideal for these relatively
heavy components.
clean solder pads
Moreover, with this design, the thickness of the winding
wire is no longer a limitation, allowing circuit designers far
more freedom in their choice of wire.
High-grade plastic
The coil former body is of high-grade liquid-crystal
polymer (LCP) offering excellent thermal stability. The
body is exceptionally tough and can withstand soldering
temperatures up to 350 oC and operating temperatures up
to 180 oC.
< 0.1 mm
Excellent ferrites
In combination with Philips' extensive range of ferrite
cores, these new coil formers provide surface-mount
solutions in a host of applications from wide-band signal
transformers to power transformers.
When assembled with windings, coil-formers, cores and a
newly-designed clip with a flat upper surface (ideal for
vacuum pickup), the products can easily be inserted by a
pick and place assembly line.
Fig.2 The U-pin design
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Ferrite material properties
PARAMETER
SYMBOL UNIT
Initial permeability
µi
-
Saturation flux density
at Field strength
Remanence
Coercivity
Power loss density
(typical, sine wave
excitation)
Bs
H
Br
Hc
Pv
mT
A/m
mT
A/m
kW/m3
Curie temperature
Resistivity (DC)
Density
Tc
ρ
oC
Ωm
g/cm3
TEST CONDITIONS
3F3
f = ≤10 kHz, B < 0.1mT, 1800
T = 25 oC
f = 10 kHz, T = 25 oC ∼500
3000
T = 25 oC
∼150
T = 25 oC
∼15
f = 25kHz, B = 200mT
70
f = 100kHz, B = 100mT 50
f = 500kHz, B = 50mT 180
f = 1MHz, B = 30mT
300
f = 3MHz, B = 10mT
≥200
o
T = 25 C
∼2
o
T = 25 C
∼4.8
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3F4
4F1
3E4
900
∼80
4700
10000 12000
∼450
3000
∼150
∼60
200
180
140
240
≥220
∼10
∼4.7
∼330
3000
∼200
∼170
300
150
≥260
∼105
∼4.6
∼360
250
∼100
∼10
∼360
250
∼80
∼5
≥125
∼0.5
∼4.9
≥125
∼1
∼4.8
3E5
3E6
∼400
250
∼100
∼4
≥130
∼0.5
∼4.9
Range overview
Core Type
3F3
3F4
Core materials
3E4
E5.3/2.7/2
E6.3/2.9/2
EFD10
EFD12
EFD15
EFD20
EP7
ER9.5
ER11
RM4/I
RM5/I
RM6/I
RM6/ILP
EFD assembly
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3E5
3E6
SMD
coil former
E5.3/2.7/2
3.6 ± 0.1
1.2
2.3 ± 0.1
1.5+0.1
0
1.6
0
3.7 -0,15
0.5
0.25
0.6
5.5
4.9max.
+0.1
2.15 0
0
2.9-0.1
4.7 max.
2.6min.
3.7
5.3 max.
4.9
1.85
7.85 max.
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for E5.3/2.7/2
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
1
2
Coil former data
Coil former material
Winding area
(mm2)
6
6
1.5
2 × 0.6
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
12.6
13
CPHS E5.3/2-1S-6P
CPHS E5.3/2-2S-6P
2.6
2 × 1.0
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Clip data
Clip material
Clamping force
Type number
6
5.8
1.5
stainless (CrNi) steel
∼ 5N
CLM-E5.3/2
Fig. 2 Clamp for E5.3/2.7/2
Cover data
4.8 max
Cover material
Type number
4.8 max
1.6 max
Fig. 3 Cover for E5.3/2.7/2
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Liquid crystal polymer
(LCP)
COV-E5.3/2
E5.3/2.7/2
Effective core parameters
3.8
+0.2
0
2.65 ± 0.05
+0.1
1.9 0
0
1.4 -0.1
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core half
5.13
31.4
12.7
2.5
2.3
∼0.08
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
0
2 -0.1
5.25 ± 0.1
Fig. 3 E5.3/2.7/2 core half
Core halves for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
3F4
3E5
3E6
265 ±25%
165 ±25%
1400 +40/-30%
1600 +40/-30%
∼1080
∼675
∼5700
∼6520
∼0
∼0
∼0
∼0
E5.3/2.7/2-3F3
E5.3/2.7/2-3F4
E5.3/2.7/2-3E5
E5.3/2.7/2-3E6
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 300
≥ 250
≤ 0.005
-
≤ 0.008
-
≤ 0.006
≤ 0.010
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E6.3/2.9/2
4.4
1.6
2.3 ± 0.05
+0.1
1.5 0
1.6
5.5
0
3.5 - 0.1
3.5 ± 0.08
6.5
0.25
5 max.
2.9 ± 0.05
4.7 max.
+0.1
2.1 0
2.7 min.
0.6
5.08
1.2
8.6 max.
2.54
6.4 max.
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for E6.3/2.9/2
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
2
6
6
1.62
2 × 0.45
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
12.8
12.8
CPHS-E6.3/2-1S-6P
CPHS-E6.3/2-2S-6P
2.7
2 × 0.75
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Cover data
7.7 max
Cover material
5.1 max.
6.9 max
Type number
Fig. 2 Cover for E6.3/2.9/2
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Liquid crystal polymer
(LCP)
COV-E6.3/2
E6.3/2.9/2
Effective core parameters
3.6
+ 0.2
0
+ 0.1
1.85 0
0
2.9 - 0.1
0
1.4 - 0.1
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core half
3.67
40.6
12.2
3.3
2.6
∼0.12
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
0
2 -0,1
0
6.3 - 0.25
symbol
Fig. 3 E6.3/2.9/2 core half
Core halves for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
3F4
3E5
3E6
360 ±25%
225 ±25%
1700 +40/-30%
2100 +40/-30%
∼ 1050
∼ 660
∼ 4960
∼ 6130
∼0
∼0
∼0
∼0
E6.3/2.9/2-3F3
E6.3/2.9/2-3F4
E6.3/2.9/2-3E5
E6.3/2.9/2-3E6
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 300
≥ 250
≤ 0.007
-
≤ 0.010
−
−
≤ 0.008
−
≤ 0.013
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EFD10
1.8
7.1-0.15
4.8+0.1
6.05min.
3
0.3
1.6+0.1
0.8
2.5-0.1
11
0.3
5.4max.
5.7-0.1
2.8
7.3-0.15
1.8
12
14.7max.
2
9
11.7max.
3
MBW122
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for EFD10
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
8
4.2
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
14.8
CPHS-EFD10-1S-8P
6.05
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Clamp data
12 - 0.3
10.5 ± 0.2
8
8
Clamp material
Clamping force
Type number
2.5
9.4
10 - 0.3
4
MBW128
Fig. 2 Clamp for EFD10
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stainless(CrNi) steel
∼ 15N
CLM-EFD10
EFD10
3.75 ± 0.15
5.2 ± 0.1
Effective core parameters
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core half
3.29
171
23.7
7.2
6.5
∼0.45
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
10.5 ± 0.3
1.45 ± 0.05
7.65 ± 0.25
0.2
2.7 ± 0.1
4.55 ± 0.15
MBW131
Fig. 3 EFD10 core half
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
25±5%
40±8%
63±10%
500±25%
25±5%
40±8%
63±10%
280±25%
1400 +40/-30%
2000 +40/-30%
∼ 66
∼ 105
∼ 165
∼ 1290
∼ 66
∼ 105
∼ 165
∼ 730
∼ 3670
∼ 5240
∼540
∼300
∼170
∼0
∼520
∼280
∼150
∼0
∼0
∼0
EFD10-3F3-A25-S
EFD10-3F3-A40-S
EFD10-3F3-A63-S
EFD10-3F3-S
EFD10-3F4-A25-S
EFD10-3F4-A40-S
EFD10-3F4-A63-S
EFD10-3F4-S
EFD10-3E4-S
EFD10-3E5-S
3F4
3E4
3E5
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 315
≥ 250
≤ 0.02
−
≤ 0.035
−
−
≤ 0.034
−
≤ 0.055
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EFD12
1.8
8.7-0.15
5.65+0.1
7.65min.
3
12.5
0.3
1.8
0.3
0.8
3.1-0.1
2.2+0.1
6.2max.
6.55-0.1
2.8
8.65-0.15
13.4
16.2max.
2
9
13.7max.
3
MBW123
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for EFD12
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
8
6.5
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
18.6
CPHS-EFD12-1S-8P
7.65
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Clamp data
14 - 0.3
Clamp material
Clamping force
Type number
12.5 ± 0.2
11.5
9.4
2.5
10.5
12 - 0.3
4
MBW129
Fig. 2 clamp for EFD12
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stainless(CrNi) steel
∼ 20N
CLM-EFD12
EFD12
4.55 ± 0.15
6.2 ± 0.1
Effective core parameters
12.5 ± 0.3
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core half
2.50
325
28.5
11.4
10.7
∼0.9
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
9 ± 0.25
0.2
3.5 ± 0.1
2 ± 0.1
5.4 ± 0.15
MBW132
Fig. 3 EFD12 core half
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
40±5%
63±8%
100±10%
700±25%
40±5%
63±8%
100±10%
380±25%
1900 +40/-30%
2800 +40/-30%
∼ 80
∼ 125
∼ 200
∼ 1370
∼ 80
∼ 125
∼ 200
∼ 760
∼ 3780
∼ 5570
∼490
∼280
∼160
∼0
∼470
∼260
∼140
∼0
∼0
∼0
EFD12-3F3-A40-S
EFD12-3F3-A63-S
EFD12-3F3-A100-S
EFD12-3F3-S
EFD12-3F4-A40-S
EFD12-3F4-A63-S
EFD12-3F4-A100-S
EFD12-3F4-S
EFD12-3E4-S
EFD12-3E5-S
3F4
3E4
3E5
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 315
≥ 250
≤ 0.04
−
≤ 0.065
−
−
≤ 0.065
−
≤ 0.11
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EFD15
2
10.4 - 0.15
5.55+0.1
9.15 min
11.25
16.7 max
15
0.3
1.8
0.3
3.75
1
3.7 - 0.1
2.6 + 0.1
7.5 max
6.65 - 0.1
2.8
10.55 - 0.15
16
18.7 max
2
3.75
MBW143
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for EFD15
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
Coil former data
8
16.7
Coil former material
Type number
25.6
CPHS-EFD15-1S-8P
9.15
Clip data
4.5
Clip material
Clamping force
Type number
13.3
19
Average length
of turn (mm)
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
5
Winding width
(mm)
stainless(CrNi) steel
∼ 12.5N each
CLI-EFD15
2.6
MBW144
Fig. 2 Clip for EFD15
Clamp data
0
16.5 -0.3
15 ± 0.2
Clamp material
Clamping force
Type number
13.5
12.5
4
12
14.3 ± 0.2
4
Fig. 2 Clamp for EFD15
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stainless(CrNi) steel
∼ 25N
CLM-EFD15
EFD15
5.5 ± 0.25
7.5 ± 0.15
Effective core parameters
15 ± 0.4
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core half
2.27
510
34.0
15.0
12.2
∼1.4
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
11 ± 0.35
2.4 ± 0.1
0.2
4.65 ± 0.15
5.3 ± 0.15
MBW145
Fig. 3 EFD15 core half
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
63±5%
100±8%
160±10%
780±25%
63±5%
100±8%
160±10%
400±25%
2000 +40/-30%
≥ 2500
∼ 115
∼ 180
∼ 290
∼ 1400
∼ 115
∼ 180
∼ 290
∼ 720
∼ 3610
≥ 4510
∼350
∼170
∼100
∼0
∼350
∼160
∼90
∼0
∼0
∼0
EFD15-3F3-A63-S
EFD15-3F3-A100-S
EFD15-3F3-A160-S
EFD15-3F3-S
EFD15-3F4-A63-S
EFD15-3F4-A100-S
EFD15-3F4-A160-S
EFD15-3F4-S
EFD15-3E4-S
EFD15-3E5-S
3F4
3E4
3E5
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 315
≥ 250
≤ 0.06
−
≤ 0.10
−
−
≤ 0.10
−
≤ 0.16
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EFD20
2
7.5 ±0.05
15 ± 0.05
1.8
20
0.3
0.3
1
3.9 + 0.1
5 -0.1
13.5 min
9.5 max
14.8-0.2
9.2 + 0.1
2.8
14.8 - 0.2
10.5 - 0.15
21
23.7 max
2
21.7 max
3.75
MBW148
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for EFD20
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
10
27.7
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
34.1
CPHS-EFD20-1S-10P
13.5
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Clip data
6
Clip material
Clamping force
Type number
18.3
24
5
stainless(CrNi) steel
∼ 20N each
CLI-EFD20
4
MBW146
Fig. 2 Clip for EFD20
Clamp data
0
21.5 - 0.3
20 ± 0.2
Clamp material
Clamping force
Type number
18.5
17.5
4.7
17
4
19.3 ± 0.2
Fig. 2 Clamp for EFD20
18
Philips Magnetic Products
stainless(CrNi) steel
∼ 30N
CLM-EFD20
EFD20
7.7 ± 0.25
10 ± 0.15
Effective core parameters
20 ± 0.55
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core half
1,52
1460
47.0
31.0
29.0
∼3.5
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
15.4 ± 0.5
3.6 ± 0.15
0.17
6.65 ± 0.15
8.9 ± 0.2
MBW147
Fig. 3 EFD20 core half
Core halves/sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
63±3%
100±3%
160±5%
250±8%
315±10%
1200±25%
63±3%
100±3%
160±5%
250±8%
315±10%
650±25%
∼ 75
∼ 120
∼ 195
∼ 300
∼ 425
∼ 1450
∼ 75
∼ 120
∼ 195
∼ 300
∼ 425
∼ 785
∼500
∼240
∼140
∼90
∼65
∼0
∼500
∼240
∼140
∼90
∼65
∼0
EFD20-3F3-E63-S
EFD20-3F3-A100-S
EFD20-3F3-A160-S
EFD20-3F3-A250-S
EFD20-3F3-A315-S
EFD20-3F3
EFD20-3F4-E63-S
EFD20-3F4-A100-S
EFD20-3F4-A160-S
EFD20-3F4-A250-S
EFD20-3F4-A315-S
EFD20-3F4
3F4
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 315
≥ 300
≤ 0.17
−
≤ 0.28
−
−
≤ 0.44
−
≤ 0.50
19
Philips Magnetic Products
EP7
7-0.1
4.5-0.1
4.9-0.1
1.8
3.9min.
1.8
0.3
0.8
7.15
9.85max.
3
6
0.3
7.3max.
2.8
3.5+0.1
2
3
6
MBW124
9.2max.
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for EP7
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
6
4.7
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
17.9
CPHS-EP7-1S-6P
3.9
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Clip data
9.4+0,2
Clip material
Clamping force
Type number
9
6.9-0.3
4.3
0.25
4
MBW130
Fig. 2 clip for EP7
20
Philips Magnetic Products
stainless(CrNi) steel
∼ 22N
CLI-EP7
EP7
Effective core parameters
7.2 + 0.4
6.5 - 0.3
1.7 ± 0.1
7.5 - 0.2
5 + 0.4
3.4 - 0.2
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core set
1.45
165
15.5
10.7
8.55
∼0.8
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
9.4 - 0.4
MBW133
Fig. 3 EP7 core set
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
25±3%
40±3%
63±3%
100±3%
160±5%
1000±25%
100±3%
160±5%
600±25%
5200 +40/-30%
5800 +40/-30%
∼ 30
∼ 48
∼ 76
∼ 121
∼ 193
∼ 1210
∼ 121
∼ 193
∼ 730
∼ 6300
∼ 7000
∼790
∼440
∼260
∼150
∼85
∼0
∼150
∼85
∼0
∼0
∼0
EP7-3F3-E25
EP7-3F3-A40
EP7-3F3-A63
EP7-3F3-A100
EP7-3F3-A160
EP7-3F3
EP7-3F4-A100
EP7-3F4-A160
EP7-3F4
EP7-3E5
EP7-3E6
3F4
3E5
3E6
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 315
≥ 250
≤ 0.02
−
≤ 0.035
−
−
≤ 0.033
−
≤ 0.053
21
Philips Magnetic Products
ER9.5
ø 7.3 ± 0,1
1.6
8.6 max.
0.25
2.05 min.
8.1
10
4.4 max.
ø 3.6 ±0.08
1.6
2.95 ± 0.1
ø 4.45 ± 0.08
0.7
2
11.7 max.
6
2
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for ER9.5
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
8
2.8
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
18.4
CPVS-ER9.5-1S-8P
2.05
Coil former data
Coil former material
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Clamp data
5.5
Clamp material
Clamping force
Type number
9.8
4
Fig. 2 clamp for ER9.5
22
Philips Magnetic Products
stainless(CrNi)steel
∼ 20N
CLM-ER9.5
ER9.5
0
3.5 - 0.2
2.45 ± 0.05
+0.15
1.6 0
Effective core parameters
0
9.5 - 0.3
+ 0.2
0
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core half
1.67
120
14.2
8.47
7.60
∼0.35
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
0
5 - 0.2
7.1
symbol
7.5
+ 0.25
0
Fig. 3 ER9.5 core half
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
3F4
3E5
3E6
850±25%
525±25%
3600 +40/-30%
4800 +40/-30%
∼ 1145
∼ 700
∼ 4780
∼ 6380
∼0
∼0
∼0
∼0
ER9.5-3F3-S
ER9.5-3F4-S
ER9.5-3E5-S
ER9.5-3E6-S
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 300
≥ 250
≤ 0.015
−
≤ 0.025
−
−
≤ 0.024
−
≤ 0.038
23
Philips Magnetic Products
ER11
+0.1
ø 8.5 -0.2
1.6
10.6 max.
0.25
9.2
10
1.85 min.
4.4 max.
ø 4.5± 0.1
1.6
2.8± 0.1
ø 5.3± 0.1
0.7
4
8
12.35 max.
2
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for ER11
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
10
2.8
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
21.6
CPVS-ER11-1S-10P
1.85
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
4.4
5.6
Clip data
11.5
Clip material
Clamping force
Type number
Fig. 2 clamp for ER11
24
Philips Magnetic Products
stainless(CrNi) steel
∼ 25N
CLM-ER11
ER11
+0.15
0
0
4.25 - 0.25
1.5
2.45 ± 0.05
Effective core parameters
0
11 - 0.35
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core half
1.23
174
14.7
11.9
10.3
∼0.5
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
0
6 - 0.2
+0.2
8 0
8.7
+0.3
0
Fig. 3 ER11 core half
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
3F4
3E5
3E6
1200±25%
725±25%
5000 +40/-30%
6700 +40/-30%
∼ 1170
∼ 710
∼ 4890
∼ 6560
∼0
∼0
∼0
∼0
ER11-3F3-S
ER11-3F4-S
ER11-3E5-S
ER11-3E6-S
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 300
≥ 250
≤ 0.025
−
≤ 0.040
−
−
≤ 0.035
−
≤ 0.056
25
Philips Magnetic Products
RM4/I
ø 7.85-0.15
ø 4.9-0.1
2
0.3
2.8
(5.7 min)
2
8.5
8.8 max
6.8-0.1
0.4
ø 4+0.1
1.8
1
7.5
7
10.65 max
11.15 max
3.75
MBW125
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for RM4/I
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
6
8.4
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
19.8
CPVS-RM4-1S-6P
5.75
Coil former data
Coil former material
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Clip data
2.1
R 22
8.2
9.3
Clip material
Clamping force
Type number
Fig. 2 Clip for RM4/I
26
Philips Magnetic Products
stainless steel
∼5 N each
CLI-RM4/5
RM4/I
Effective core parameters
9.
8
-0
2.5
4.6 - 0.2
.4
> 5.8
11 - 0.5
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core set
1.69
322
23.3
13.8
11.5
∼1.7
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
7 + 0.4
10.4 ± 0.1
9 ± 0.25
ø 3.9 - 0.2
ø 7.95 + 0.4
MBW134
Fig. 3 RM4/I core set
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
100±3%
160±3%
250±10%
950±25%
100±3%
160±3%
250±10%
560±25%
3500 +40/-30%
∼ 134
∼ 215
∼ 336
∼ 1280
∼ 134
∼ 215
∼ 336
∼ 750
∼ 4700
∼ 170
∼ 100
∼ 50
∼0
∼ 150
∼ 80
∼ 40
∼0
∼0
RM4/I-3F3-A100
RM4/I-3F3-A160
RM4/I-3F3-A250
RM4/I-3F3
RM4/I-3F4-A100
RM4/I-3F4-A160
RM4/I-3F4-A250
RM4/I-3F4
RM4/I-3E5
3F4
3E5
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 300
≥ 250
≤ 0.05
−
≤ 0.07
−
−
≤ 0.065
−
≤ 0.11
27
Philips Magnetic Products
RM5/I
0
ø10.1 − 0.15
0
11.2
0.4
8.45 max.
6.1
4.9 min.
0.9
+0.1
ø5 0
2.8
ø 5.9 − 0.1
2
0.3
1
1.8
14.9 max.
3.75
3.75
2
11.25
14.25 max.
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for RM5/I
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
8
9.8
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
24.9
CPVS-RM5-1S-8P
4.9
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Clip data
2.1
R 22
8.2
9.3
Clip material
Clamping force
Type number
Fig. 2 Clip for RM5/I
28
Philips Magnetic Products
stainless (CrNi)steel
∼5 N each
CLI-RM4/5
RM5/I
Effective core parameters
12
.3
-0
2.5
6.8 - 0.4
.5
>6
14.6 - 0,6
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core set
0.935
574
23.2
24.8
18.1
∼3.3
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
6.3 + 0.4
ø 10.2 + 0.4
10.4 ± 0.1
9.1 ± 0.25
ø 4.9 - 0.2
MBW135
Fig. 3 RM5/I core set
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
100±3%
160±3%
250±3%
1700±25%
100±3%
160±3%
250±3%
1000±25%
6700 +40/-30%
9500 +40/-30%
∼ 74
∼ 119
∼ 186
∼ 1270
∼ 74
∼ 119
∼ 186
∼ 750
∼ 4980
∼ 7050
∼ 300
∼ 160
∼ 90
∼0
∼ 300
∼ 160
∼ 90
∼0
∼0
∼0
RM5/I-3F3-A100
RM5/I-3F3-A160
RM5/I-3F3-A250
RM5/I-3F3
RM5/I-3F4-A100
RM5/I-3F4-A160
RM5/I-3F4-A250
RM5/I-3F4
RM5/I-3E5
RM5/I-3E6
3F4
3E5
3E6
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 315
≥ 250
≤ 0.08
−
≤ 0.11
−
−
≤ 0.11
−
≤ 0.20
29
Philips Magnetic Products
RM6S/I
ø 12.3-0.25
ø 7.55-0.15
2
2.8
13.7
2
1
5
12.5
0.3
6.25 min
10.5 max
7.9-0.1
2.2
0.5
ø 6.5+0.15
14.7
1.8
17.45 max
3.75
15.7 max
5
3.75
MBW127
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for RM6S/I
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
8
14
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
31
CPVS-RM6S-1S-8P
6.25
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Clip data
R 30
Clip material
Clamping force
Type number
9.45
11.7
2.3
MBW138
Fig. 2 Clip for RM6S/I
30
Philips Magnetic Products
stainless (CrNi) steel
∼10 N each
CLI-RM6
RM6S/I
Effective core parameters
.7
14
2.8
8.2 - 0.4
.6
-0
> 8.8
17.9 - 0.7
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core set
0.784
1090
29.2
37.0
31.2
∼4.9
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
ø 12.4 + 0.5
12.4 ± 0.1
8 + 0.4
10.35 ± 0.25
ø 6.4 - 0.2
MBW136
Fig. 3 RM6S/I core set
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
63±3%
100±3%
160±3%
250±3%
2150±25%
63±3%
100±3%
160±3%
250±3%
1250±25%
8600 +40/-30%
12500 +40/-30%
∼ 39
∼ 62
∼ 100
∼ 156
∼ 1350
∼ 39
∼ 62
∼ 100
∼ 156
∼ 780
∼ 5370
∼ 6200
∼ 950
∼ 500
∼ 300
∼ 150
∼0
∼ 950
∼ 500
∼ 300
∼ 150
∼0
∼0
∼0
RM6S/I-3F3-A63
RM6S/I-3F3-A100
RM6S/I-3F3-A160
RM6S/I-3F3-A250
RM6S/I-3F3
RM6S/I-3F4-A63
RM6S/I-3F4-A100
RM6S/I-3F4-A160
RM6S/I-3F4-A250
RM6S/I-3F4
RM6S/I-3E5
RM6S/I-3E6
3F4
3E5
3E6
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 315
≥ 250
≤ 0.14
−
≤ 0.20
−
−
≤ 0.22
−
≤ 0.35
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RM6S/ILP
2
ø 12.3 - 0.25
2.8
ø 7.55 - 0.15
1
0.3
5
12.5
13.7
2
2.8 min
7.0 max
4.4 - 0.1
0.5
2.2
ø 6.5 +0.15
14.7
1.8
17.45 max
3.75
15.7 max
5
3.75
MBW142
Fig. 1 SMD coil former for RM6S/ILP
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
1
8
6.4
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
31.0
CPVS-RM6S/LP-1S-8P
2.8 min
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Clip data
R16
Clip material
Clamping force
Type number
5.95
7.5
2.3
Fig. 2 Clip for RM6S/ILP
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stainless (CrNi) steel
∼10 N each
CLI-RM6/LP
RM6S/ILP
Effective core parameters
.7
14
2.8
8.2 - 0.4
.6
-0
> 8.8
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
Amin
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
minimum area
mass of core set
0.580
820
21.8
37.5
31.2
∼4.2
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
mm2
g
9 - 0.2
6.84 ± 0.25
ø 6.4 - 0.2
4.5 + 0.4
17.9 - 0.7
ø 12.4 +0.5
MBW140
Fig. 3 RM6S/ILP core set
Core sets for general purpose transformers and power applications
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Airgap (µm)
Type number
3F3
3F4
3E5
3E6
2700±25%
1600±25%
10500 +40/-30%
15000 +40/-30%
∼ 1250
∼ 740
∼ 4850
∼ 6930
∼0
∼0
∼0
∼0
RM6S/ILP-3F3
RM6S/ILP-3F4
RM6S/ILP-3E5
RM6S/ILP-3E6
Properties of core sets under power conditions
Grade
3F3
3F4
B(mT) at
H = 250 A/m
f = 25kHz
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 100 kHz
B = 100mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 400 kHz
B = 50mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 1MHz
B = 30mT
T = 100 oC
Core loss at
f = 3MHz
B = 10mT
T = 100 oC
≥ 300
≥ 250
≤ 0.10
−
≤ 0.15
−
−
≤ 0.16
−
≤ 0.26
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TGPS-9
13 max.
1.75 max.
11
12
10.8 min.
14.7 max.
2.8
1.8
0.8
3
1.8
2
0.3
45
9
˚
3
Fig. 1 Tag plate for 9mm ring cores.
Winding data
Number of
sections
Number of
solder pads
Winding area
(mm2)
-
8
-
Winding width
(mm)
Average length
of turn (mm)
Type number
-
TGPS-9
-
Coil former data
Coil former material
Liquid crystal polymer (LCP), glass reinforced, flame retardant in accordance
with UL94V-0.
Copper-tin alloy (CuSn), tin-lead alloy (SnPb) plated
155 oC, IEC 85 class F
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Tb, method 1B: 350 oC, 3.5s.
“IEC 68-2-20” part2, test Ta, method 1: 235 oC, 2s
Solder pad material
Maximum operating temperature
Resistance to soldering heat
Solderability
Cover data
Cover material
Polyamide (PA4.6)
glass reinforced, flame retardant
in accordance with UL94V-0.
Maximum operating
temperature
Type number
130 oC, IEC 85 class B
11 ± 0.1
0.6 (4x)
11.7 max
0.6
6 max.
Fig. 2 Cover for TGPS-9
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COV-9
TN9/6/3
Effective core parameters
9.4 ± 0.3
3.4 ± 0.3
symbol
parameter
value
unit
Σ (l/A)
Ve
le
Ae
m
core factor (C1)
effective volume
effective length
effective area
mass of core
5.17
102
22.9
4.44
∼ 0.5
mm-1
mm3
mm
mm2
g
5.5 ± 0.3
Fig. 3 TN9/6/3 ring core
Ring core data
Grade
AL (nH)
µe
Colour code
Type number
3F3
3E5 1)
3E6 2)
440 ±25%
2070 ±30%
2435 ±30%
∼ 1800
∼ 8500
∼ 10000
blue
yellow/white
purple/white
TN9/6/3-3F3
TL9/6/3-3E5
TC9/6/3-3E6
Note
1. Ring cores in 3E5 are lacquered and therefore have different dimensions: OD = 9.3±0.4 mm, ID = 5.75±0.3mm, H = 3.25±0.3mm.
2. Ring cores in 3E6 are coated with parylene and therefore have different dimensions: OD = 9.0±0.2 mm, ID = 6.0±0.2mm, H = 3.0±0.15mm.
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