RF inductors from Gowanda qualified to MIL-PCF-39010 failure rate P for aerospace and defense applications

GOWANDA, N.Y., 11 Sept. 2011. Gowanda Electronics Corp. in Gowanda, N.Y., is offering the ER10M series and ER17S series RF inductors that meet MIL-PRF-39010 specifications to failure rate Level P for aerospace and defense electronics applications. The through-hole inductors meet Qualified Product List (QPL) requirements. Gowanda's ER10M and ER17S series are for military RF applications such as communications, guidance, security, radar, test and evaluation, and special missions.

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GOWANDA, N.Y., 11 Sept. 2011. Gowanda Electronics Corp. in Gowanda, N.Y., is offering the ER10M series and ER17S series RF inductors that meet MIL-PRF-39010 specifications to failure rate Level P for aerospace and defense electronics applications. The through-hole inductors meet Qualified Product List (QPL) requirements.Gowanda's ER10M and ER17S series are for military RF applications such as communications, guidance, security, radar, test and evaluation, and special missions.The ER10M and ER17S series were introduced in 2010, and company engineers are continuing life testing with a goal of attaining Level R. The ER10M is a wirewound, molded design approved for MIL-PRF-39010 slash 08, 09 and 10. Performance includes: Inductance from 0.10 micro-Henry to 1000 micro-Henry; Q Min from 25 to 55; SRF MHz Min from 3.4 to 680; DCR Ohms Max from 0.08 to 72 and current rating DC milliamps from 28 to 1350. Operating Temperature is -55 to 125 degrees Celsius for /08 and -55 C to 105 C for /09 and /10.

The ER17S is a wirewound, molded, shielded design, with inductance from 0.10 micro-Henry to 1000 micro-Henry; Q Min from 40 to 60; SRF MHz Min from 3.8 to 250; DCR Ohms Max from 0.025 to 17.5 and Current Rating DC milliamps from 70 to 1790. Operating Temperature is -55 C to 105 C.

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

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