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Pulse Electronics' SMD Gate Drive Transformers Have a High HIPOT of 2700VDC, High Power Density, and Excellent Coplanarity

August 6, 2014



By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Electronics Newsweekly -- Pulse Electronics Corporation (NYSE: PULS), a leading provider of electronic components, introduces its new gate drive transformers for high efficiency DC/DC converters. The PG1427 series has a high HIPOT of 2700VDC and functional insulation between the gate and the drive windings. These surface mount devices offer excellent coplanarity for easy solderability. The transformers have a small footprint and low profile of 8.25x6.9x3mm, high functional isolation, and an operating temperature of -40C to +125C. The operating frequency of 50 KHz up to 500 KHz enables optimal functionality in wireless base stations and power switching telecom applications.

"This high density gate drive transformer from Pulse employs a new design methodology to provide a HIPOT of 2700VDC in the existing small footprint, low profile platform," said Jack Cheng, China marketing manager, Pulse Electronics. "In addition, the higher power density delivers higher saturation current for equivalent sizes of the converter."

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