Robust AEC-Q200-Qualified 3D Transponder Coils

TDK's robust 3D transponder coils feature very high mechanical stability

Image of EPCOS' Robust 3D Transponder Coils AEC-Q200TDK Corporation presents a new series of 3D transponder coils with a very high sensitivity level for passive entry passive start systems (PEPS) and other access systems. The B82453CxAx series features six types of 3D transponder coils that offer sensitivity levels from 45 mV/µT to 83 mV/µT and inductance values from 4.75 mH to 13.2 mH. The center frequency is at 125 kHz.

Thanks to the optimized core geometry of the new 3D transponder coils, their sensitivity levels are about 20 percent higher than that of predecessor or competitor components with comparable geometries and inductance values. This enables the wake-up function of PEPS in vehicle applications to be activated at greater distances.

The RoHS compatible 3D transponder coils have a robust overmolded casing and the terminals of the windings are laser-welded. As a result, they feature very high mechanical stability, as is proven by the severe drop tests required for PEPS applications.

Features and Benefits
  • Compact dimensions of just 11.5 mm x 12.5 mm x 3.6 mm
  • High sensitivity
  • Very high mechanical stability
  • Qualified to AEC-Q200
  • PEPS systems
  • Access systems

Robust AEC-Q200-Qualified 3D Transponder Coils

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
3D-TRANSPONDER 20MV/MTB82453C0275A0003D-TRANSPONDER 20MV/MT2221 - ImmediateView Details
3D-TRANSPONDER XY6,30MH Z9,00MHB82453C0285A0003D-TRANSPONDER XY6,30MH Z9,00MH848 - ImmediateView Details
3D-TRANSPONDER XY4,75MH Z5,85MHB82453C0300A0003D-TRANSPONDER XY4,75MH Z5,85MH801 - ImmediateView Details
3D-TRANSPONDER XY6,3MH Z11,0MHB82453C0301A0003D-TRANSPONDER XY6,3MH Z11,0MH834 - ImmediateView Details
3D-TRANSPONDER XY4,75MH Z7,20MHB82453C0203A0003D-TRANSPONDER XY4,75MH Z7,20MH24 - ImmediateView Details
3D-TRANSPONDER XY6,75MH Z13,2MHB82453C0270A0003D-TRANSPONDER XY6,75MH Z13,2MH1692 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2017-06-28