A line of inductive components feature low-loss, good EMC characteristics, and a space-saving design. Their cores consist of powder composites, which developer SMP (Sintermetalle Prometheus GmbH & Co.) engineers for each application. And depending on application, components are constructed either as single-conductor chokes for high-current applications, individual chokes, choke modules, or LC filters. The devices work in inverters for wind turbines and photovoltaic plants and other drives and power electronics. SMP manufactures all components to application requirements using in-house-developed powder composites which offer high energy storage capacity.
SMP’s inductive components handle frequencies to 200 kHz and currents to 1,000A. All products are RoHS and Reach-compliant and materials used are UL-listed. For a wide range of requirements, components can be made to all common international standards. The company will display at the trade fair for components, systems and applications; November 9 to 12, 2010, Neue Messe Munich, Germany: Hall B3, Stand 153
For SMP, Westendorf Assoc.
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