AEC-Q200 compliant common-mode chip inductors

Author: EIS Release Date: May 14, 2024

Bourns has brought out  two AEC-Q200 compliant, automotive-grade common mode chip inductor models.

The BournsModel SRF4532TA is designed to withstand current up to 4 A, and the Bourns Model SRF3225TABG meets Open Alliance 1000Base-T1 Automotive Ethernet requirements.

IMG_3033-150x150.jpegThese common mode chip inductors are suitable devices for noise suppression in Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) infotainment, body electronics, and many other automotive applications.

The Model SRF3225TABG is specifically designed for noise suppression in 1000Base-T1 Ethernet applications.


Both common mode chip inductor model series are designed with a ferrite core, providing high impedance across a broad frequency range to suppress unwanted incoming or outgoing EMI signals.

These common mode chip inductors address stringent shock and vibration requirements, as the core is constructed with 0.3/0.4 mm high sidewall terminals that help to enhance the component’s mechanical strength on the PCB.

The Model SRF4532TA and SRF3225TABG Series also feature shielded construction for low radiation and have an operating temperature range of -55 to +125 °C and -40 to +125 °C, respectively.

The Bourns Model SRF4532TA and SRF3225TABG Series are available now and are RoHS compliant and halogen free.