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Coilcraft Data Line Common Mode Chokes | New Product Brief

October 19, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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Coilcraft Data Line Common Mode Chokes

Coilcraft Data Line Multi-Line Chokes provide EMI filtering and eliminate common mode noise, with a wide range of chokes available to meet the performance requirements of various interfaces. 

Coilcraft’s Super High Speed chokes are optimized for high bandwidth applications, such as USB 3 and HDMI 2, with compact and low-profile packages that can be used on 2 lines. High Speed chokes are designed for USB 2.0, LVDS, IEEE1394 and other differential or twisted-pair interfaces. 

Specialized filters for CAN, CAN FD, FlexRay and other interfaces are also available. Coilcraft’s portfolio of General Speed filters addresses other data line applications, with a wide range of inductance values and up to 10 data lines per package. 

Coilcraft’s Data Line Multi-Line chokes include a variety of AEC-Q200 options and temperature ratings up to 125°C.  

  • Super High Speed Filters 
    • USB 3.x, HDMI 2.x, DisplayPort, etc 
    • 2 lines per package 
  • High Speed Filters 
    • USB 2.0, LVDS, IEEE1394, etc 
    • 2 lines per package 
  • Specialized Filters 
    • CAN, CAN FD, FlexRay, Tip and Ring, MOST150 
  • General Speed Filters 
    • Inductance Values: 310nH to 3290µH 
    • 2 to 10 lines per package 
  • Options 
    • AEC-Q200 qualification 
    • Temperature ratings up to +125°C 

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