NUNA 7 Team Wins World Solar Challenge with New Filter Inductors of ISE MAGNETICS


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TILBURG, The Netherlands--October 10, 2013: The NUNA 7 team of Delft's University takes the World Championships of Solar Racing in Australia. With the very latest in solar and electronic technology, amongst the brand new, very efficient Filter Inductors of ISE Magnetics, the NUNA 7 crossed the line on Thursday morning to claim the title with an average speed of 90 km/h for the 3,000 km journey.

ISE designed and produced the highly efficient high current filter inductors for the NUNA 7 Solar Powered Car; in close collaboration with the Delft University of Technology; making use of the latest in components and materials with very high BS saturation and low core losses @ high frequency. Excellent fit for high current applications; resulting in low temp rise & cost saving. The components are smaller, lighter and consume less energy. Typical applications: DM Chokes, PFC Chokes and Output Chokes in electric cars, electrical drives, LED lighting, Chip machines, TV Cameras, Medical equipment, etc.

ISE congratulates the #NUNA7 TEAM with the victory of the World Championships of Solar Racing in Australia. #WSC13

ISE participates in the #APEC2014

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