TDK releases new miniaturized common-mode chokes for automotive CAN-FD
TDK Corporation announces the development of its new ACT1210D Series common-mode choke for automotive CAN-FD, which will begin mass production in April 2021.
Automotive LANs are roughly categorized into 4 systems such as body, safety, powertrain and multimedia/information and telecommunications. This product supporting CAN and CAN-FD enables a fivefold data transmission speed of 5 Mbps. Currently, CAN is the most widely used standard for body and other systems, keeping a maximum data transmission speed of 1 Mbps.
While meeting the demands of CiA and IEC standards, the ACT1210D Series common-mode choke also boasts a compact low-profile body (3.2 (L) x 2.5 (W) x 2.5 mm (H)) and noise suppression capabilities. Its unique structural design provides signal mode transfer characteristics (Ssd21) that increase communication quality. The manufacturing process involves a highly automated and extremely precise winder and a wire connection method using the laser welding of metal terminals to achieve high reliability.
Main features and benefits
- Implements great signal mode transfer characteristics, increasing communication quality
- A compact, low-profile size of 3.2 (L) x 2.5 (W) x 2.5 mm (H) to facilitate space savings
- Wide temperature range from -40°C to + 150°C, contributing to environmentally-resistant design
- CAN, CAN-FD systems
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