Spiral inductor coils for RF and microwave circuits and power supplies introduced by SemiGen

MANCHESTER, N.H. -- SemiGen Inc. in Manchester, N.H., is introducing is introducing a series of spiral inductor coils for power electronics applications in RF and microwave circuits and power supplies.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

MANCHESTER, N.H. -- SemiGen Inc. in Manchester, N.H., is introducing is introducing a series of spiral inductor coils for power electronics applications in RF and microwave circuits and power supplies.

SemiGen spiral inductor coils come in ten models with seven different square dimensions, including 0.03 by 0.03 inches; 0.04 by 0.04 inches; 0.045 by 0.045 inches; 0.055 by 0.055 inches; 0.065 by 0.065 inches; 0.075 by 0.075 inches; and 0.085 by 0.085 inches.

All inductors are 0.012 inches thick. Inductance offered ranges from 1.5 to 300 nanohenries (nH) with 1.5 turns up to 18.5 turns.

The spiral inductor coils are manufactured on a thin film process on quartz substrates with precision photolithography and non-chemical etching to ensure clean edges and uniformity from coil to coil.

A polymide coating is applied on the quartz substrate to eliminate the need for conformal coating or staking, inductors can be epoxied down with nonconductive epoxy and wire bonded for connection.

For more information contact SemiGen online at www.semigen.net.

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