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Pin-in-Paste RF MoCA filter modules withstand a reflow temperature of 260°C

Pin-in-Paste RF MoCA filter modules withstand a reflow temperature of 260°C

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These filters are compliant with MoCA 1.1 and 2.0 requirements and are qualified with leading MoCA silicon vendors. A filter module can be configured as a multiband diplexer /triplexer with CATV (Cable TV), satellite, and DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification) frequencies with an optional built-in surge protection. They can withstand a maximum reflow temperature of 260°C and operate over an extended temperature range of -40° to +85°C.

The pin-in-paste method (also called pin-in-hole, intrusive reflow, or through-hole reflow technology) is a process that allows through-hole components to be reflow-soldered instead of wave or hand soldered. Using solder reflow eliminates the cost of wave soldering equipment, saves manufacturing floor space, is a no-clean soldering process, reduces heat stress at the component level, is compatible with existing processes, and results in higher reliability at the printed circuit board level due to fewer soldering processes. With pin-in-paste technology, the RF filters can also be inserted into the PCB using industry standard pick-and-place equipment, eliminating the need for manual component placement. Even in high volume production, these filters are 100% tested to the specifications.

The Pin-in-Paste MoCA Filter Module data sheet at https://www.pulseelectronics.com/download/3819/pulsefilterguide

Visit Pulse Electronics at www.pulseelectronics.com

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