WE-MPSB: Multilayer Power Suppression Bead


The WE-MPSB series is the world’s first ferrite bead that specifies how it performs under high current transients. This unique bead protects and extends the life of your application. It features an ultra-low RDC which delivers the lowest self-heating in its class at high currents. The WE-MPSB is ideal for DC/DC applications requiring high efficiency.
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00:02the w/e MPSP series is the world's first

00:06ferrite bead that specifies how it

00:09performs under high current transients

00:18this product series is engineered to

00:21 filter (Hersteller) noise in high efficient DC DC

00:24applications in transient hostile

00:26environments when switching on a power

00:29supply the input capacitors pulls a

00:32transient peak current to charge up

00:34these switch on current transients are

00:36much greater than typical rated current

00:39specification but with its outstanding

00:41muscularly current capability the wbem

00:45PSB series protects and extends the life

00:48of your application

00:56standard chippy ferrets are not designed

00:59for fast transients and might break

01:02during lifetime when loaded with pulses

01:04whereas the w/e mps b-series have up to

01:0820 times higher peak current waiting to

01:10maximize lifetime the w/e MPSP

01:14inner layer has a much greater trace

01:16cross-sectional area for ultra-low rdc

01:20to minimize unwanted losses its

01:23excellent heat transfer features a high

01:25rated current

01:28and the innovative multi-layer design

01:30results in specified muscular peep

01:32current rating with its optimized design

01:35the perfect mixture of high rated

01:38current ultra-low our DC high impedance

01:41over a wide frequency range and muscular

01:45peak current capability the EE MPSP

01:48series is the best choice

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