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High performance RF inductors to showcase at IMS 2018
Recent advancements in Gowanda’s design technology and manufacturing capability has delivered significant improvement - nearly two times or more - in SRF and current ratings for these new inductors as compared to traditional moulded designs with equivalent inductance.
Shielded surface mount inductors with established reliability
Gowanda’s ER5025S series complements MIL-PRF-39010 QPL axial-leaded (thru-hole) products and enables their conversion to SMT circuitry via this new MIL-PRF-39010 qualified SMT series. ER5025S meets QPL’s ER requirements to failure rate level M (for /17 and /18). The performance ranges provided by this series include inductance from 0.10 to 10,000 µH, Q min from 40 to 60, SRF MHz min from 1.0 to 450, DCR Ohms max from 0.025 ...
Shielded surface mount RF inductors with higher inductance
Gowanda Electronics has announced the expansion of its SML32S series of wirewound, shielded, molded RF surface mount inductors in the “1210” style. This expansion increases the number of individual parts in the series by more than 20% and broadens the inductance range by adding values from 120 µH to 470 µH. The expansion was done in order to address the market need for higher inductance shielded inductors in RF applic...
Inductors developed with Established Reliability rating
The introduction of the industry’s first off-the-shelf RF Surface Mount (SMT) Inductors with Established Reliability (ER) rating has been announced by Gowanda Electronics. The company claims these are the first-ever ER SMT series, and the Gowanda ER3013 was developed by Gowanda in response to a market need for surface mount options to the traditional leaded (thru-hole) designs.
Dyco Electronics acquired by Gowanda
Gowanda Components Group has announced that its electronic component products and technologies are expanding in connection with the acquisition of Dyco Electronics in Hornell, NY. Dyco Electronics will be featured at Gowanda’s booth #310 during APEC 2017, the applied power electronics conference being held March 27-29 in Tampa, FL.
Gowanda expands capabilities with acquisition of Microwave Circuits
Gowanda has announced that its capabilities for the design and manufacture of RF and microwave filters are expanding in connection with the acquisition of Microwave Circuits from AMTI in Lynchburg, VA.
Power inductors meet challenge of market needs
Like other electronic components, power inductors have been impacted by changing market needs. The ability to keep up with those changes can be challenging, but not impossible, as Denis Kohlhagen, VP of Sales at Gowanda Electronics, explains.
Expansion enables broader range of component solutions
A business unit of Gowanda Components Group (GCG) - Gowanda Electronics has announced that its capabilities for the design and manufacture of inductors and other passive components are expanding in connection with its parent company’s acquisition of Butler Winding in Butler, PA.
Higher rating achieved on military RF inductors
Gowanda Electronics has announced achievement of failure rate Level R on two more of its MIL-PRF-39010 RF inductor series, ER15M and ER18M, adding to the company’s series already approved to Level R, ER10M and ER17S. These four thru-hole series meet the military’s Qualified Product List (QPL) requirements for Established Reliability (ER) and address 10 different MIL-PRF-39010 slash numbers (/01 through /10).
Military RF inductors on show at Space Tech Expo
At the upcoming Space Tech Expo, which takes place from 19th to 21st May in Long Beach, CA, Gowanda Electronics will launch five series of RF inductors for military applications. The company will be situated at booth number 2118.
Surface mount power inductors on show at APEC
Gowanda Electronics announces that its SMP2512 series of surface mount, wirewound, ferrite core, moulded power inductors will be demonstarted at APEC, being held in Charlotte, North Carolina, 16th to 18th March, 2015. This new series addresses a market need for a specific combination of size and performance in the power electronics industry.
Inductors are qualified to the MIL-PRF-83446 specification
The MLRF0603 and MLRF0805 series of inductors, manufactured by Gowanda Electronics, have achieved qualification to the military’s MIL-PRF-83446 specification. The RF, surface mount, wirewound coil, ceramic core chip inductors, which feature tin/lead terminations, are the first series in the industry to attain Qualified Product List (QPL) status for this particular Department of Defense specification. The MLRF0603 is QPL approved to MIL-PRF-...
Gowanda teams up with TTE to grow electronic components business
After their recent aquisition of TTE earlier in the year, Gowanda plans to provide a broader range of electronic components to the global design engineering community.
RF inductors meet MIL-PRF-15305 military requirement
Expanding the company’s Qualified Products List offering, Gowanda Electronics has recently achieved military approval for four thru-hole RF inductor series. The MLRF10M, MLRF15M, MLRF18M and MLRF17S series all meet the military’s Qualified Product List requirement for military spec MIL-PRF-15305.
Smallest Non-Magnetic Inductor Introduced by Gowanda Electronics
Gowanda Electronics announces the introduction of the world’s smallest non-magnetic molded RF inductor series, SMG1812. This new surface mount wirewound series will be featured at MD&M-East 2013, a medical device industry conference and trade show being held June 18 - 20, 2013 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA. Visit Gowanda Electronics at booth #2836.
Military RF Inductors Achieve Higher Rating Approval to Level R for MIL-PRF-39010
Gowanda have revealed today that the company recently achieved failure rate Level R for its MIL-PRF-39010 RF Inductors – ER10M Series and ER17S Series. These thru-hole series meet the military’s Qualified Product List requirements for Established Reliability. Such approval requires extensive testing for electrical, environmental, mechanical and thermal performance.
Gowanda and Instec Join Forces to Grow Passive Component Business
Gowanda Electronics is teaming up with its newly acquired sister company, Instec Filters, to provide a broader range of passive electronic components to the global marketplace. Learn more at Gowanda Electronics’ Booth #2420 at the International Microwave Symposium June 19 - 21, 2012 in Montreal, Quebec, where Gowanda and Instec products will be featured.
Gowanda is First in Industry to Offer 0603/0805 QPL RF Chip Inductors
Gowanda Electronics announced that the company recently achieved qualification to the military’s MIL-PRF-83446 (/36A and /37A) for its ML0603 and ML0805 series of RF surface mount wirewound ceramic core chip inductors. These are the first series in the industry to address the market need for Qualified Product List (QPL) inductors which meet this particular Department of Defense specification.
Gowanda's Inductors Meet QPL's Extended Reliability Requirements to Level P for MIL-PRF-39010
Gowanda Electronic have announced that the company recently achieved failure rate Level P for its MIL-PRF-39010 RF Inductors – ER10M Series and ER17S Series. These thru-hole series meet the military’s Qualified Product List (QPL) requirements for Established Reliability (ER). Such approval requires extensive life testing of electrical, environmental, mechanical and thermal performance.
Ultra-Broadband Conical Inductors
New “C” conical series leverages Gowanda’s proprietary processes and expertise, and addresses market need for more standard and custom design options for communication applications