The SMDs are AEC-Q200 qualified as part of Würth Elektronik’s automotive electronics portfolio. WE-CBA features high-quality Ni-Sn electrodes, a very high current carrying capacity up to 6 A, and operating temperatures from -55 to +125ºC. The ferrites, which are available in various specifications, are ideally suited as data line filters and for decoupling the supply voltage.
Magnetic sheets come in metal powder-, ferrite-, polymer- and metallized-based materials with each supplier’s material being unique. Each supplier can also feature data of their materials’ strengths and target applications in a variety of ways, thus leaving the intended user, at times, with many questions.
As electronic devices saturate all corners of public and personal life, engineers are scrambling to find lightweight, mechanically stable, flexible, and easily manufactured materials that can shield humans from excessive electromagnetic radiation as well as prevent electronic devices from interfering with each other.