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Inductor AEC-Q200 Compliance

The Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) was originally established by major American automotive related manufactures. Today, it is composed of representatives from the manufacturing companies in automotive electronic devices and components. It standardizes the certification criteria and reliability tests for electronic components.

AEC-Q200 is the reliability test standard for approval of passive components in automotive applications. It specifies the test type, parameters, quantity, etc. for each component. The criteria used in reliability tests for “Inductors(Coils/Cores)” are described in this standard.
Pursuant to the customer’s specific testing requirements, Chemi-Con submits the test results according to AEC-Q200 for Inductors(Coils/Cores) used in automotive applications on request.
An electronic component manufacturer cannot simply claim that their product is ”AEC-Q200 Qualified”. Instead, the manufacturer may claim their components as ”Compliant”, “Capable”, “Available”, etc.

Each component must be tested depending on the customer’s “Qualification Test Plan” in order to claim AEC-Q200 Qualification.

The standard products listed in the catalog are designed for general electronic equipment. If you are considering using the products for automotive use, it may be necessary to change the specifications. Please contact our sales representative for more information.

If you have any questions or inquiries that do not apply to the above, please contact us at the following address.

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