Bourns SM91501AL & SM91502AL Series

SM91501AL & SM91502AL series BMS signal transformers

Bourns Inductive Components Product Line is pleased to introduce two additional BMS Signal Transformers – the Model SM91501AL and SM91502AL

Bourns SM91501AL & SM91502AL Series BMS Signal Transformers

Bourns Inductive Components Product Line is pleased to introduce two additional BMS Signal Transformers – the Model SM91501AL and SM91502AL.

The Model SM91501AL is a dual-channel isolation transformer module, and the Model SM91502AL is a single-channel isolation transformer module. Both models include common mode chokes for noise rejection for BMS applications and hold reference designs with Analog Device’s Model
LTC6804-1/6811 and NXP’s MC33771/ 33772. These new models are AEC-Q200 compliant.

The Model SM91501AL offers a 1600 Vdc working voltage while the Model SM91502AL features a 1000 Vdc working voltage. Both models provide a 4300 VDC Hi-Pot isolation voltage and an extended operating temperature range of -40 to +125 °C.

 

Features

  • 1600 Vdc working voltage (Model SM91501AL) or 1000Vdc working voltage (Model SM91502AL)
  • 4300 Vdc Hi-Pot isolation voltage
  • Supports serial daisy chain/IsoSPI communication
  • Holds reference designs with Analog Device’s Model LTC6804-1/6811 and NXP’s MC33771/ 33772
  • Extended temperature range: -40 to +125 °C
  • AEC-Q200 compliant
  • RoHS compliant*

 

RoHS Directive 2015/863, Mar 31, 2015 and Annex.​

Bourns SM91501AL And SM91502AL Signal Transformers | Avnet Abacus

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