SCHURTER Extends Its Range of Current Compensated Chokes with the New DKUH-1

SCHURTER launches a new choke family designed for currents from 50 to 100A, suitable for high-power energy applications.

Rob Spiegel

June 14, 2024

1 Min Read
The new DKUH-1 series of chokes
SCHURTER

At a Glance

  • The DKUH-1 chokes are particularly suitable for applications with high power consumption.
  • The bifilar winding and nanocrystalline cores enable high currents in compact dimensions.
  • Integration of the filter elements on printed circuit boards is an ideal solution.

Powerful energy applications are becoming increasingly compact. This compact design, combined with high energy efficiency, leads to an increase in electromagnetic interference in modern electronic devices. High performance filter elements are required to combat this interference. Due to the compact dimensions, integration of the filter elements on printed circuit boards is an ideal solution. The new DKUH-1 series of chokes is particularly suitable for applications with high power consumption.

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High-Performance Versions

The bifilar winding and nanocrystalline cores enable very high currents in relatively compact dimensions. The chokes are designed for high performance applications with high voltages up to 800 VDC.

The new high-current chokes are ideal for energy applications such as EV fast-charging stations, battery storage, photovoltaics, and energy converters. Additionally, the new chokes are also the ideal solution for many high-power industrial applications.

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Rob Spiegel

Rob Spiegel serves as a senior editor for Design News. He started with Design News in 2002 as a freelancer and hired on full-time in 2011. He covers automation, manufacturing, 3D printing, robotics, AI, and more.

Prior to Design News, he worked as a senior editor for Electronic News and Ecommerce Business. He has contributed to a wide range of industrial technology publications, including Automation World, Supply Chain Management Review, and Logistics Management. He is the author of six books.

Before covering technology, Rob spent 10 years as publisher and owner of Chile Pepper Magazine, a national consumer food publication.

As well as writing for Design News, Rob also participates in IME shows, webinars, and ebooks.

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