RF inductors for military, aerospace, and defense RF applications introduced by Gowanda

GOWANDA, N.Y., 19 May 2015. Gowanda Electronics Corp. in Gowanda, N.Y., is introducing five RF inductors for military, aerospace, and defense RF applications like communications, guidance, security, radar, test & evaluation, and special operations.

May 19th, 2015
RF inductors for military, aerospace, and defense RF applications introduced by Gowanda
RF inductors for military, aerospace, and defense RF applications introduced by Gowanda
GOWANDA, N.Y., 19 May 2015. Gowanda Electronics Corp. in Gowanda, N.Y., is introducing five RF and microwave inductors for military, aerospace, and defense RF applications like communications, guidance, security, radar, test & evaluation, and special operations.

These thru-hole, wirewound, molded RF inductors expand the number of QPL-approved MIL-PRF-15305 MS part numbers that can be addressed with Gowanda components.

The five series that achieved Qualified Product List status and the seven MS numbers they address include: MRLF19M (MS90539), MLRF21M (MS90542 and MS14052), MLRF22M (MS90540), MLRF24M (MS90541) and MLRF28M (MS75103 and MS91189).

The overall performance range provided by the series includes: inductance from 0.47 to 10,000 uH, Q min from 35 to 95, SRF MHz min from 0.95 to 300, DCR Ohms max from 0.06 to 72, and current rating mA DC from 47 to 2400. Refer to the table below for series-specific values.

Related: RF inductors from Gowanda qualified to MIL-PCF-39010 failure rate P for aerospace and defense applications September 11, 2011

Cores are powdered iron or phenolic depending on MS number. Operating temperature range is -55 to 105 degrees Celsius for powdered iron core parts and -55 125 C for phenolic core parts.

For more information contact Gowanda online at www.gowanda.com.

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