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SCHURTER launches new chokes for high currents in EV fast charging stations

Swiss electrical and electronic components manufacturer SCHURTER has released the DKUH-1, a new current-compensated choke designed for currents from 50 A to 100 A and high voltage of 800 VDC, making it suitable for EV fast charging stations, battery storage, photovoltaics and energy converters.

The choke is designed to integrate filter elements into printed circuit boards to reduce interference in compact electronic devices. The bifilar winding and nanocrystalline cores enable very high currents in relatively compact dimensions.

The new standard variants of the DKUH-1 are available in small quantities from stock, and larger quantities are available on request.


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