PE-5391xNL Series Datasheet by Pulse Electronics Power

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SMT Common Mode Inductors
0.5A to 3.6A
Pick and place compatible
Rated voltage 250Vac
Low RFI toroid
Tape & Reel packaging available
Mechanicals Schematics
Electrical Specifications @ 25°C - Operating Temperature -40°C to +125°C3
Part 1,2
Number
Inductance
(mH MIN)
Irated
(A)
DCR (MAX)
(mΩ)
Typical SRF
(MHz)
Impedance
Curve
Size
Code
Weight
(Grams)
Quantity
In Tube
PE-53914NL 13.2 0.50 850 0.3 5 LCCI-37 2.4 30
PE-53913NL 6.0 1.00 450 0.5 4 LCCI-37 2.4 30
PE-53912NL 1.8 2.50 80 2.2 3 LCCI-50 5.2 30
PE-53911NL 0.9 1.50 60 2 2 LCCI-37 2.5 30
PE-53910NL 0.6 3.60 50 4 1 LCCI-50 5.3 30
Size A B C D E F
LCCI-37 .560/14,22 .645/16,38 .350/8,89 .520/13,21 .340/8,64 .530/13,46
LCCI-50 .670/17,02 .770/19,56 .390/9,90 .650/16,51 .445/11,30 .660/16,76
4
12
3
1:1 ±2%
1. Optional Tape & Reel packaging can be ordered by adding a “T” suffix to the part
number (i.e. PE-53914L becomes PE-53914LT). Pulse complies to industry standard
tape and reel specification EIA481.
2. The “NL” suffix indicates an RoHS-compliant part number. Non-NL suffixed parts are
not necessarily RoHS compliant, but are electrically and mechanically equivalent to
NL versions. If a part number does not have the “NL” suffix, but an RoHS compliant
versions is required, please contact Pulse for availability.
3. The temperature of the component (ambient plus temperature rise) must be within
the stated operating temperature range.
Notes:
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SMT Common Mode Inductors
0.5A to 3.6A
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These transformers have been designed for use at the interface between
line driver and receiver and the interconnecting medium in Digital Audio
Data Transmission Systems according to AES 3-199X or IEC 958. In such
systems, two channels of periodically sampled and uniformly quantized
audio signals are transmit on a single shielded twisted pair.
The electrical parameters of the interface are based on those of CCITT V.II
or balanced voltage digital circuits which allow signal transmission up to a
few hundred meters. The isolation transformers are essential in improving
the balance of the transmitter and the receiver circuitry, and reducing
common mode noise and EMI.
These transformers are recommended for use with the Cirrus Logic CS8401,
CS8402, CS8403 and CS8404 “Digital Audio Interface Transmit Device. The
schematic below represents an implementation of transmit and receive
circuits using isolation transformers at both ends. Equalization in the
receiver may permit to increase the length of the interconnecting cable.
Applicable Documents
AES 3-1985 (ANSI S4.40-1985), AES 3-199XDraft, IEC 958, CP-340, EBU 3250
Application Chart
Application
Frequency (MHz)
1K
Impedance ()
4
1
2
3
5
0
2K
3K
4K
5K
6K
7K
00.01 0.1 110
100
Typical Impedance Curves

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