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Low-Temperature Co-Fired Ceramic LTCC Transformer Size

LTCC Products Overview

The old wire-wound transformer technology remained exactly the same, and not because it was the best technology, but because no one had a better idea -until now.

NASCENTechnology has developed a Low-Temperature Co-Fired Ceramic (LTCC) production technique that has dramatically changed transformer technology and is revolutionizing the transportation, medical, aerospace, and petroleum industries.

You can see the difference. And you can imagine the applicavtions.

Size, Reliability & Temperature

The transformer is flat, thin, and a fraction of the size of wire-wound transformers. Because of the production process, these transformers can handle sweltering temperatures. And the LTCC transformer embeds the coil windings within one solid unit - a miniature monolith. As a result, they are far more reliable, and able to withstand extreme shock and vibration.


NASCENTechnology transformers are made from a process that eliminates plastic bobbins, fine magnetic wire, and brittle ferrite cores. Our multilayered ceramic transformers are produced using Low-Temperature Co-Fired Ceramic (LTCC) techniques, in which the transformer structures are co-fired at temperatures up to 950° C. Since our transformers have windings embedded within their magnetic core structure, they can handle extremely high environmental temperatures. Designs can be made with custom developed ferrite and dielectric materials that allow operations temperatures in excess of 300° C. Recently, NASCENTechnology performed and completed a 1,000 hour test at a sustained temperature of 300° C. The test was performed on 85047 inductors.


You can see the difference. And you can imagine the applications. 

• Flyback Transformers: commercial and military grade

• Pulse Transformers: commercial and military grade

• High Temp Power Inductors

• High Temp Flyback Transformers

• Demo Boards

• Other Specialized/Customized Designs

• Customized pinouts and termination plating materials