Bourns Adds New T1/E1 Transformer Models to Extensive Inductive Components Product Line

Designed to Meet Strict Telecom Application Requirements, the New Models Feature Shorter Production Lead Times of Just 10 Weeks

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Bourns, Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of electronic components, today announced the addition of two new T1/E1 transformers to the company's extensive inductive components product line. Designated Bourns® Models SM75056PEL and SM75057PEL, the new devices are potted construction versions of existing models SM75056EL and SM75057EL, which are produced using an injection molding method. The two new Bourns® models are low profile (5.65 mm) and feature a wide operating temperature range of -40 to +85 °C. Both devices are also RoHS* compliant. Bourns designed the new T1/E1 models for telecom applications, and is offering significantly shorter production lead times of just 10 weeks compared to 14-16 weeks for existing models.

"With potted construction, Bourns' new T1/E1 transformer models provide an extra layer of protection in harsh operating environments, and in the assembly process. Potting also enables tighter board layouts by allowing parts to be placed much closer together," said Guido Zehnder, Product Line Manager at Bourns, Inc. "In addition, the shorter production lead times we are offering should help our customers achieve faster time-to-market for their telecom applications."

Pricing and Availability

As a pricing reference, both Bourns® Models SM75056PEL and SM75057PEL are priced at $1.40 each in 600 pieces/reel. Both models are available now. For additional product specs, visit http://www.bourns.com/data/global/pdfs/SM75056PEL.pdf and http://www.bourns.com/data/global/pdfs/SM75057PEL.pdf.
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